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Designing for Empathy in Conversational AI With Romita Bulchandani

The Future is Spoken

02:16 min | Last week

Designing for Empathy in Conversational AI With Romita Bulchandani

"Did you get into the conversation. And was i do know like you. Work a lot on designing empathy for conversational ai. Right so how did you get into that space. I didn't go looking for it. It was i. Just when i dismantled my ladder and i started not playing by the rules of society and i started speaking my truth and i started coaching folks in getting into working with a lotta tech folks that were that needed coaching. A lot of it. What i understood was it all came back to it. I kept being brought back to my disney roots in some way shape or form and the more people i started talking to i started attracting. Were ganic lead. I just the i space. And the people from the world and a lot of what i found was missing. Was the whole empathy piece but also the diversity piece in when you're in all stems back to the ladder so give an example of disney. When i was working on a tea party so i think a lot of folks have probably seen alice in wonderland. It's movie from the early nineties. They've remained a few times. But i was doing this tea party for this little girl. She was fourteen years old. I guess not so little bit. Yes little and she had a dream do a tea party with the cast and crew of alice in wonderland so we put together this team so we had the food elements. We had someone to manage the like the that the entertainment piece the props design of the room. We have all these different skill sets that we brought to the room to make this party happen. But here's the other piece. Is you have to sit in the one. You have the dad who's paying the money right so you have to be able to sit in his shoes. What is empathy being able to sit in someone's shoes without judgment. So you have this dad who just wants to give the world of his little girl and she. And then you have the little girl who has this dream of. I'm gonna meet alison. I'm gonna need the matt hatter in the the rabbit and the queen and then you have the disney brand you have the characters and you have the encompassed of the actual storyline. So i had to with my team. Go through in alice's shoes

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A Conversation About Intermittent Fasting

20 Minute Fitness

05:33 min | 7 months ago

A Conversation About Intermittent Fasting

"I welcome to the show. It's great to have you on here today Amazon, pleasure to be here. Thanks for having me yeah. I'm really excited to chat about fasting today because it is something that I have personal interest in, and it's not something that we actually covered on the podcast for a long time before we dive deeper into fasting what it's all about maybe can tell our listeners what fasting is all about? Yes show. So I everyone filming them of festive and maybe I'll just start off about myself how we got into this. So growing up I was always passionate about sports unhealthy lifestyle in. My teenage years I was getting into Ganic Foods, and will my friends actually would make fun of me because it wasn't at the time like ten years ago during my late teens though I had a car accident and I just located shoulder, I had rations to fix it login that time I was bedridden. So the whole process lasted about a year and a half unnaturally I was experimenting with different diets to maintain my my way because I couldn't exercise on a what I came to the conclusion that time that by it's really harmful. So I noticed that most diets that was restrictive and I couldn't see myself. Not being able to eat certain foods on a long-term basis like that just was not for me, and so eventually stumbled onto fasten myself without even knowing it actually what I was really doing I was easing in the afternoon visits. First thing in the mornings what I usually did an a notice that has a lot more energy and a felt mentally stronger, which really helped me get through the healing process with my shoulder and the funny thing action during that time Martin I'm it's the bastion who was my co phone comes from a background where his parents have been fascinated posts for over twenty five years so. They run the fussing hotel in Germany and they've helped orders a fasting hotel fessing leg for a long-term Fassulo. That's where people they come to the hotel and they get guidance from the best parents through the week of detoxing there buddy. That's where the body just goes without foods and just has lot of water tea and broth in the evening, just the chance to not focus on the gestion but on heating its body in repairing itself. So this is like getting a big thing he in. Germany we see that with the parents I don't know how it is over there and the US actually. I've I've seen a documentary on Netflix of lace, and so I'm sure you guys will have something that as well. But it's it's very interesting thing we can go into gamma I wouldn't be surprised if we have something like a while fasting retreat I guess it would call. It's a bit like well, a reset ride like you WanNa make a change and this could be like your starting point of doing so you have a show so. Passing special long-term fast brings a lot of benefits because it's important that you you actually give yourself time to relax. So we don't recommend to actually work. do any of a kind of things that stress you out but just that you take the time for yourself, I mean we live in a really fast fast life nowadays. Just for actually we setting your body, but also forgetting back to like what the connection between body mind soul, right Before we go actually point into that. You still have already told us what fasting is. Carried Away with that. So fast is that guides people twelve a healthy lifestyle through intimate infesting. So we offer a holistic approach to health combined with fasting so that people can reach the individual health goals sustainably inflexibly. So basically fantastic, we are working with nutritionists medical professionals so that we provide the solutions that people can trust and reach personal goals and adapted to the needs. is all about also sorts of what? Types of goals do people typically have when they come to you is weight loss is it health? What are those? It's actually very different several goals like obviously everyone is is is different and has different needs, and that's why we we have. So strongly, therefore we are trying to pursue to hustle is everything to us because some people want to lose weight. Yes. True. Some people want to focus more on. On a healthy healthy lifestyle and get more education going there some people actually just wants to have a better focus on my energy will fessing can can lead to as well. So they're just very very different goals while while will you come to? So it's like a very wide range of of goals in these. It's so important to US allies it to to them right and what would be like a good example. Maybe something that that he may be more often than not live. Let's say somebody in in weight loss, but maybe they have something some different routine like what what type of recommendations do you get them then? So there it's actually that we we tried to figure out where the US is at the at the current stage in where he wants to go to what is goals, and if he's a beginning then obviously which. Lead him into fasting with not like him abrupt end and. Has Way but tried to guide him into that because at the end of the day, it's about mindfulness. So it. Is, obviously, recommended, and guided different than a more experienced faster. So for example, if we would say someone wants to lose weight I'm we would send him if he's beginning to do fourteen ten, that means he's got to fasting window fourteen hours in eating window of ten hours. But if he would be more experienced than we would go for hours of fasting ten hours of eating but also recommend certain healthy habits what he can. Actually track and where we will guiding with with fastest

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Fetzer Shaly Loam Gewurztraminer 2018

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

03:33 min | 11 months ago

Fetzer Shaly Loam Gewurztraminer 2018

"Day from cheap wine fighter dot com. We've got another little mini wine. Review here a little add on for a review. We did and loaded up on the cheap wine finder dot com website today. or inexpensive, but interesting wine. It's from fetzer. The Shelley Loam Monterey. And I think I found her six dollars. You know it's one of those winds everywhere. Trader Joe's has a two for a few bucks more than that, but this is regular wine shop. And burst from inner if you. Fully aware of it is from the House as region which is on the border of France, and Germany also one of the main winds from Austria and then the Alps in Germany. It's sweet wine. But it's got acidity, so it's not to spend I'm not a huge fan of sweet wines and I. Get it I mean. Cert- winds would have you, but when I'm having to I don't really need lying. But this one doesn't. Ever really. Advertise its sweetness, it just as good nectar sweet not. Not Sugar Candies tweet. It just has a lot of flavors and it's. Not your usual. Saab Yom Chartres Day the agrees Yo flavors. That got another whole. Array, of Very identifiable but different ones, and that's kind of cool and. One of the things I wanNA talk about since. You've probably seen it in the store. You know you think oh, cheap wine. is been around for fifty two years now, and they're no longer owned by the. I think the. FEDS started them owned by a Chilean company. They're kind of autonomous. North American headquarters. And they're an interesting company. The other ones are Stanley sustainably produced. They've got hundreds of acres that our Ganic. They've got a couple hundred acres that our biodynamic, which actually does whining vineyard prednisone wine techniques based on the basis of. And, they are a B. Corporation certified. Be Corporation I, got a link. It'll be a paragraph for the that's lit up. Feel blue and I'll tell you about that and it's. It's corporation like Ben and Jerry's one of them. Thousands Prophet with motive and. One of the things we're working on right now is tackling racism in corporal. So. They're kind of A. Company that's trying to do things right organic. AMEX Dana. Trying to the ethical in nature and make an expensive with good tasting, Y, you know it's kind of like well because. Most of the other. Companies ice cream. Bakeries. Something to do with that type of thing. wineries don't really put in that in that category, but they're the are. And so you're not just buying inexpensive. White wine kind of sweet that really sweet. Soa loads of Labor tangerines. All all sorts of stuff going on in a smells great, too. But it's made by a company that seems to be trying to do better,

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How I Built Resilience

How I Built This

07:15 min | 1 year ago

How I Built Resilience

"Hey welcome back to how. I built this resilience edition so we just heard from some industrial. Who actually started her. Culinary career at Chez Panisse in Berkeley and. Her Mentor was none other than Alice. Waters Alice daughter Fanny Singer. Join me to talk about how shape unease is doing during the crisis and how we can keep local farmers and business by buying straight from the source Finney. I know that you are sheltering place that your mom right now in Berkeley of all. How are you guys doing? How are you holding up? It's it's sort of strange very surreal. Moment I live in San Francisco and I do still have apartment there. But you know it's a one bedroom apartment and my partner and I are together. We both were working at home. And there's no outdoor space than being in Berkeley was not just to be with my mom who I obviously concerned about to. Just because I wanted to fee `sort sort of insane person about disinfecting nail and all the things in a little bit more German centric than my mother so these things were these work concerns of mine but also I mean to be Berkeley in a place that has really rich outdoor environmental NGO to walk through one hundred thirty seven pad this in the hills of the Berkeley into just feel to walk for ten. Miles is like the only thing I think kind of keeping me from total insanity. Alice tell us a little bit about. What's going on with Chez Panisse right now? Obviously you've been closed for five. Maybe six weeks. What's going on with the staff right now. We really paid the step their time off so that when it comes time to reopen that they would be there and available we had the good luck to get a kind of bridge loan from some wonderful friends of the restaurant that are helping us get to the point where money comes from the government to pay people. Some are on unemployment and some are being paid a portion of their salaries. But it's really important to me that people are paid at this time. If I have to ask my friends I have my friends Alice. One of the things I read about which is super cool. is that Obviously you work with a lot of small farmers all over California and a lot of these farmers presumably. I mean they supply restaurants so first of all from your conversations with with farmers that you work with you supply your restaurant and other restaurants. I mean what is their situation like I mean? How long can they go like this without having restaurants to supply? It's very serious. What's going on with our whole organic farm community because they really have a only the farmers markets to bring food to and the number of people that are going to farmers markets is not what it usually is so. We're trying to figure out how to buy that food from the farmers and we have a project in Stockton California The mayor of Stockton is very enthusiastic about getting or Ganic Food in the public school system and serve at this moment in time. He asked if we could help buy food from the farmers said that he can give an stockton and I thought that that would be a perfect way for us to begin building that network that we're going to need for the public schools and were putting little recipes into the box so that people know how to make very simple dishes and may given at least four thousand pounds of food away in Stockton Alice. I I mean you've talked about this for years that when you were a little girl. Your parents had a victory garden at home in New Jersey and that you really are encouraging people to plant their own. Things actually inspired me so much. I've got some ceilings. Here can you see some big lettuce there? You go and I'M GONNA hopefully. That'll be lettuce in a couple of months. I mean I don't have a big backyard. I have a small space and got a planter but for people who don't have a backyard who might live in an apartment I mean what are some ways that people can think about growing their own food that keeps looking at Brown Finley and he started by chanting food out in front of his house? In that little parkway between the sidewalk and the street and it caused a lot of controversy and he actually cited for violating. Some ordinance got any went to court. He wanted his case and he actually has planted that whole strip of land. So sort of thinking about him. I did the same thing I cup. That little plop right in front of my Bad I think you can plant like you have done and planter boxes on a balcony. I hope that the community gardens began to surge research and unite. My mom planted the little section. That's just in front of our house because even though we do have a garden in the back she wanted people to think about this victory garden moment and the potential for even the most throwaway pieces of land. It's now planted with a few different edible things and she's already gotten notes through our mailbox thanking her for taking this kind of actions embolic being encouraging people. And you've just seen this proliferation of gardens now in people's sort of little forgotten front yards and people sowing seeds all around the neighborhood now and way. It's really incredible. I've just never seen anything like it before you know. One of the things that you've talked about is the idea of buying local produce supporting local farmers wherever you are in the country around the world and you know one of the questions that that we're getting from folks on facebook Tuesday from Bell Zelezny also which what are ways that we can help. Small farmers are other ways of their places where we can go buy things from them especially farmers who are used to providing restaurants. I if you are at a loss for who you're farmers are do. The work researching call the pharmacy. Are you having trouble? Are you imperilled? Is there a way that I can help? You facilitate a network of deliveries. Can I help you deliver? But also it might be a question of just helping them figure out logistics or even knowing who they are. Where their farms are I mean? I have friends in. La The lines were so long that they weren't able to get any food so they just started figuring out who the farms were that they could drive out to so they could still got great produce. And I mean it's been a little bit more problem solving and resourceful and also knowing that the farmers are maybe really good at growing vegetables. That don't necessarily know how to work. A whole distribution network. And if that's something that you have extra time for facility with like make the effort because they do need us

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What You Should Do If Your Traffic Keeps Declining | Ep.

Marketing School

05:32 min | 1 year ago

What You Should Do If Your Traffic Keeps Declining | Ep.

"Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about what you should do if your traffic keeps declining. Neil so traffic's not always going to be studied. You're GonNa see some times where you have good growth. But in many cases people have it where the traffic's not just flat or going through ups and downs. But it's just constantly going through downs and when it keeps going down from month after month or quarter after quarter and it's not a seasonal thing you're like what the heck what's happening with my business. Should I just shut down? Should I keep going like what should I do? This is very common. This happens more than most people realized. The biggest thing you need to start off with is going to rule on lyrics Google data studio and look to see what channels are declining right. And if the decline in traffic is actually causing a revenue dip. If you look at Dr Acts Dr Acts Super Popular they had huge hits from Google medic update but overall the company's healthy in the revenue and growing. Just because your traffic goes down you know if your revenue doesn't go down and it's going up who cares. Traffic's abandoned metric. All that really matters is conversions now if your revenue is declining then you need to look at each channel vigor. Alright which channel is causing the revenue decline. Yup The thing I'll say is if assuming revenues are okay but while traffic is declining while let's assume revie's are not okay and traffic's declining as well what you can do is just take a look at your you can go to Google analytics and see which of your top posts are actually losing traffic or you can use a free tool that we have for click flow. It's called Click flow content decay. And it's actually GONNA show you. How much traffic from your top posts and then that way you can actually go and take some action on it and when when you've decided which posted WanNa take action on what you can do is there's a couple things you can choose to add content to it sometimes just adding content to it will help when you're upgrading at peace you're refreshing piece of content right and sometimes. I've seen in the past that refreshing piece. We'll bring back the traffic. Maybe not all of it. Sometimes we'll go even beyond that too but the key thing here what I'm saying is you gotTa keep a pulse on your top performers. Because if you don't then what's going to happen is your competitors are GonNa come in and overtake you. Or it could just be an algorithm update. And you really can't do much about it but it's better to know what's going on just by having some pulse on it. Yeah look look at. What your competition's doing look at what traffic channels? They're pushing on. Try to go after some of those. The the you can do is look at what channels. You're not leveraging and try those as well 'cause sometimes channels. I'd say it's facebook. Your Ganic reach do. The ALGORITHM UPDATES IS GONNA decline. So what can you do what you can try testing different content formats and see if that helps at least get some of it back. You can try paid facebook advertising. Ed socks cost money. But if you can generate a positive are y will that's fine then keep scaling up if Seo than look at your post that are decaying the most right and you can use. Eric's free tool at Click flow. Which will help you find those pieces of content that are declining the most and then you could update those. Let's see if you figure all right here. The keywords declining will you can do things like Google. Those keywords see the top ten pages. What are they have that? You don't have a national give you ideas on how to modify so in other words when things are declining and not looking good the easiest approach is you look at channels or reclining. The most you look at your who are doing well. And you look at their strategies. Didn't compare what's the difference between what they're doing because what you are. What's the difference between the sites at our ranking or the pages that ranking versus your pages that have declined in ranking? What are the differences from the videos? That are doing really well on Youtube. Fair competition Your video by analyzing your competition and finding patterns this will give you idea What can help. You can also try to hire agency that specializes in getting people traffic to see if they can spot out issues and usually on the discovery. Call that you have with them in other words. You don't have to pay any money but usually on your first call or second or third before you even have to write a check. It should be able to tell you if they can help you reverse it and what's wrong and what you need to focus. On some cases you can just higher up or if you can do it without them. You can go fix everything based on the feedback that they're giving you all right and the final thing for my side is you can send a survey. Let's assume you have an audience. Let's assume you have an email us. Send A survey out and be like look. 'cause sometimes what you can do you can send survey and be like. Hey how disappointed would you be if you no longer got to see our content right? You're you're basically do a net promoter score type of thing but you're also asking for a follow up there so sure they can give you a score but what content would you actually like to see next right. Or which blogs do you follow? Because here's the thing a lot of the things that you're looking at with your blog or when you look at analytics maybe you can't tell. It's it's all lagging information but maybe your blog is not as relevant anymore or the content. You're producing as relevant. Maybe it's not as indepth as people are expecting anymore. Maybe someone there are some competitors that came into the market and doing a lot better than you are so it's good for you to have some qualitative feedback from people that will guide you on. Hey like maybe this bit of feedback is going to guide you in the right direction. Oftentimes we're living in our own world and we think just because we look at the numbers. That's enough evidence going to be based off of our opinion in terms of what we should be producing but sometimes you might have to just scrap everything and say hey. Look it's time for us to Redo things and we're GONNA do things a different way and we're going to try some new things that you know. Maybe a little bit crazy because you know what we have been doing for a while. Just hasn't been working anything else. Neil that's it. Make sure you check out marketing school dot ie slash live and we look forward to helping you girl.

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Fashion History Now

Dressed: The History of Fashion

07:42 min | 1 year ago

Fashion History Now

"So this week April. I thought we were Kinda start talking about fashion wink. We're on the tail end of the month of quote Unquote Fashion Week. We are currently witnessing all the Paris runway shows and I thought this would actually be a great opportunity to suggest a instagram. Follow to our listeners. At Robin Given our OB. I N. G. I. V. H. A. N. She's a fashion critic for the Washington Post and pass dressed guest that absolutely. She came on the show and our very first season to talk to us about the battle over cy which happened in nineteen seventy three and it was basically like a fashion show face off between French. Katori as an American designers. Yes so that was an amazing episode but she is an incredible critic. She's very thoughtful and insightful about her coverage of fashion that I think a lot of our listeners will really appreciate for instance today. She's posting about the Balenciaga show. And she's saying that. The show is thoughtful but she says quote. Thoughtful just stressful. It's very ominous. I think it's kind of a commentary on climate change. I haven't read much else about it. But she also has been writing about kind of the feminist ideologies that Inspire Maria Grazia. Carey's creations for Dr. And how you know that. The fashions and the runway she presents don't really reflect those feminists beliefs. They still reflect this kind of feminine ideal of a woman which is a little counter intuitive or counter to feminism for all women representing all women. That's something that's I guess. Problematic throughout fashion she also has commenting about Virgil Oslo off-white collection. She just doesn't get it. I don't know if you've seen that yet. But he was sending like half Parkas and half tool dresses down the runway. Yes and not only that but one of those tool dresses was actually ripped off. I think it was from givenchy. I don't know if Jeevan she but she ought. There's definitely been comparisons to victor and Ross tool creations and kind of cut out creations. Like it's definitely something that's definitely probably been done before. But I thought the fashion writer Tony Glenville who you could also follow on instagram. How To really insightful? Commentary about some of the collections? That have hit the runway today and he wrote that it's time fashion. Stop treating US too. Don't care close. You know kind of these clothes that we can't really wear in real life. He says you know when you start thinking. The future and designing fashion aware in the real world think about fashion to keep and cherish and fashion to make women look strong and confident. It's not taking the fun out of fashion. It's actually thinking on the subject of fashion as Global Business. And he goes on. That fashion is a creative force. An employer of millions repository of tradition. And Crass let's think about how it can survive in the future and then I wanted to kind of talk to you about this April because he ends with costume belongs in museums. Fashion belongs in our lives and I was curious what your thoughts are on about that. Do you agree with him? Well I mean I think. That's some problematic terminology in terms of exactly how we as fashion historian. Use those words right because all fashion is costume but all costume isn't necessarily fashion. Does that make any sense? Yeah and I think. He's trying to distinguish between this idea of like fashion as as costume as kind of like this performance. Art as a something. That isn't really representative of what we would wear in every day and specifically he was talking about the mosquitoes down by Jeremy Scott. I'm recently which he literally had. It was very much a let them eat cake. Marie-antoinette moment with like tons of Pan Yeas and women in the you know those huge waves reflective of late eighteenth century fashion but they literally came down the runway dressed cakes and like references to eighteenth century panelled gown so a lot of people probably aren't going to wear those clothes. I guess the argument would be if we're just creating fashion for. I guess this like a federal shock value to send it down the runway. Is it still worth it? Should we be doing that or should we be more conscious of the environment and creating fashion? That isn't actually meant to be put on bodies. Well I that actually kind of leads me into the the follow that I want to talk about. Because you said WHO's GonNa wear these things? Well perhaps this next segment of the fashion buying public. Which are drag Queens? So I can definitely see some of those drag Queens on Rupaul drag race adoring that mosquito collection and I would like to recommend to. Our listeners is to follow an instagram account. Called at Drag Bombs D. R. A. G. B. O. M. B. S. and this instagram account is hysterical is actually run by the brother of a former dressed guests. Terrace ain't James. Who CAME ON SEASON? One and talk to us about the intersection in history a sustainability in the fashion industry but her brother. Jordan. He's hilarious. He is obsessed with repulsed dragway. And He's also obsessed with lush products. The cosmetics Carney and so what he does he finds pictures of drag queens and then pairs them up with the lush product that they're outfit and they are hysterical. Some of them are so dead on and so perfect. I showed it to a couple of my friends one time and I tell everybody to follow this all the time. And they're like oh no he has to be the designer of the products and the drag queens are his inspiration but no no no. No that is not the case. He's just really really good at this. So if you WANNA put a giggle in your day follow Jordan on drag vase and I promise you it's GonNa show Ganic smile at your face. I know and I just speaking of. I've never seen this account so I just went to it. And it's Jordan the Raven Claw Lachey. A master bather and he says no drag. Queens harmed in the making of this account. It is pretty incredible. How spot on a lot of these comparisons are. Wow okay well check that out dress listeners. Instagram accounts for you to follow and check out some other things for you to watch them suggestions of some films. I would like to suggest that I just watched. Actually this past week I came across. It's actually a couple years old but I had not seen it. It's a documentary called my generation. That's streaming on Amazon. Have you heard or seen of that? April I have not but you better bet I'm GONNA put it on my list now. I really really liked it Because it is almost entirely comprised of archival footage and photographs. So there's no there's no inter spicing with interviews of people in the modern day there. They just take those voices from those interviews. It's narrated by Michael Caine. It's kind of like has generation and his experience in the nineteen sixties and he interviews. People like famed photographer. David Bailey models penelope tree Mary. Quant twiggy Vidal Sassoon. People interviewed there so integral to this period. And this this documentary. That's really about in the nineteen sixties it just reveals how integral fashion was to the experience of the nineteen sixties by all these interviews. So I highly suggest checking that

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A Climate Change Solution Right Under Our Feet

Gastropod

10:55 min | 1 year ago

A Climate Change Solution Right Under Our Feet

"Got into soil as an undergraduate student at the University of Osmar. This is Asmara at Bir. Hey she's a professor of soil bio geochemistry at the University of California and mirsaid where we went to visit her but her lifelong love affair with soil began in Eritrea. So when I started I was an eighteen year old student at the university. It didn't know really anything about soil. And I took an introduction to soil science course I was blown away at how that opened my world in my eyes. I was hooked still learning Asmara at fell in love with something that seems just like this every day brown thing we might occasionally get stuck to our shoes but really what is it. What is soil? It's a product of breakdown of rocks and also incorporated incorporates residues of dead plants and animals that used to live in the land before but the mixture of this breakdown products of rocks and residue of organic matter that lived creates these incredibly rich resource that we then every living thing on. The face of the earth depends on for our life for our livelihood for our food. Fiber needs in everything else. You can imagine there's only about six foot of this magical rock and residue mix covering the earth surface on average and so it's not very deep when you think about it in reality it's that thin veil that represents the difference between life and likeness in the system all this is beautiful and obviously incredibly fundamental life on earth and there's plenty we could and probably will say in the future about soil and food but this episode we're focusing specifically on the carbon and soil in carbon is continuously being exchanged between the soil and the atmosphere because when plants photosynthesis they take up carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and then they use it to build their bodies and upon death the bodies in the bodies of every living things that consume the plants into the soil and get stored there are soil carbon basically carbon gets into the soil through two main butts. There's the plant matter itself when it dies but also while the plan is live its roots. Push out carbon-based sugars into the soil to feed microbes. Those microbes are also of course made of carbon. So that's more carbon the soil but like Asmara's said this is a cycle plants take up soil. Carbon use it for food and some of the carbon escapes back into the atmosphere some carbon just cycles through soil really quickly. It doesn't stay in the soil but some of it does. There are particular microbes that can help soil carbon get stuck together into clumps so it can't be consumed or escape to the atmosphere and there are particular soil minerals that react with soil carbon and form chemical bonds that also keep it from being consumed in released scientists call these clumps aggregates basically they're like little vaults some carbon might leak out of those vaults but most of it stays there for decades some of it stays for centuries so in a way you can think about the soil serving as the bank for Carbon Carbon comes in carbon comes out Just like we deposit money in our bank and then was drove over time. But if you deposit more than you withdraw than your bank account grows and the soil carbon over time basically grew because the system as a whole we were depositing more into the soil carbon bank than we were withdrawing but right now we're doing the opposite in the past our soil. Carbon Bank account was in good shape. We're talking geological time here but over billions of years more carbon got deposited than was released. That's what made places like the midwestern prairies. The world's great agricultural soils so fertile. But here's the thing in the past two Hundred Years. We've released a lot of carbon from soil. Scientists disagree about the exact amount but everyone agrees it's a lot billions and billions of tons. So how exactly did we lose all that carbon for soil bank account? What have we been doing since the war? The farmer has nearly doubled his production until today. He is beating himself and seventeen others. What made this greater increase possible. Power power made available through the farm tractor which meant greater efficiency modern agriculture and especially tractors. Anytime you break up soil and expose it those clumps. We talked about release. Their carbon in the past farming was more small scale and not mechanized so it causes less disturbance in the soil and so it released less carbon. But that's not how things work today. Tractors Rolling over fields and breaking them up so they can be easily planted that releases a lot of carbon quickly over a much larger area plus all these machines mean. We can farm a lot more land more quickly which means we release. Its carbon to the amount of land used for farming around. The world has grown exponentially especially since World War Two. Of course there are other things that expose and break up. Soil deforestation draining wetlands but agriculture is huge. A profound drop in Solar Ganic matter has happened virtually everywhere we've farmed no one contests this somewhere. Between thirty and seventy percent of the Solar Ganic matter is gone from agricultural fields after several decades once. You Start Farming Tim. Cruz is the director of research at the Land Institute in Salina Kansas and he says soil that has lost that much. Carbon is considered degraded so there was a recent report released by the UN that stated that close to about half of the world soil so now considered degraded half which is obviously not good. So why don't we stop with all the tractors in the plowing to understand why we need tractors our current system? Why we tear up the soil for all our crops. The critical thing to understand is that nearly all of our crops are annual plants. Annuals have to be planted each year and at the end of the season they die. Most plants in the world are not annual plants there. What's called perennials? They just grow and then one day after decade or hundreds of years in the case of trees they die. It's interesting note that there's almost no natural. Ecosystems that are dominated by annual plants in the world it just does not exist prairies forests savannahs deserts. Tundra and rainforests all of these ecosystems are overwhelmingly dominated by perennial species. And it's the roots of those species that developed the soils have the world most plants are perennials are of course some manuals in nature as well but if most plants are perennials. Why are nearly all the plans we use for food annuals to answer that we have to go back thousands of years to before the start of agriculture so when you start looking for grains to eat annual wild plants tend to have relatively large seed and relatively large amounts of them? Wild Bernal's tend to have lower C- deal so if you're looking for something to eat usually going to be attracted to that while Daniel Plant laid to haunt is a plant breeder who works with Tim at the Land Institute and he says our ancestors would have found these large seeded annual grasses bringing up in disturbed areas maybe like an animal wallow because that's the ecosystem that annuals are adapted to. They thrive on freshly churned up land but annuals turned out to have an even bigger benefit for our ancestors than just their grain size now of course thousands of years ago. They didn't know anything about genetics or breeding but they would have planted seeds of those annuals and then each year. They chose their favorites to eat and replant. Annuals were perfect. For this process you can get robbed cycles. Obstruction happening unintentionally. Because every year. It's going to have to come from a if you had perennials growing out. There very hard to just accidentally improve them improve their seats is because you just keep going back to the same old plants and harvesting them and they would never change so there was some sense to choosing annuals for our food crops but that choice locked us into tearing up the soil each year to make the kind of environment are food. Plants prefer so with agriculture. What we have to do is mimic disturbance so when I give a presentation to show a picture of volcano. 'cause that's kind of what we do every year. Now you're cultures we level everything we'd wipe out all above ground plant life and re seed our annual grain crop so you're starting from kind of biological ecological ground zero every year we do it. Some perennials mostly fruits and nuts that grow on trees. There are some wild grains like wild rice that's a perennial but eighty percent of all. Our crops are annuals and we locked into that way of growing food at the beginning. And we've lived this legacy when farmers plow their fields before sowing the seeds each spring that triggers a big withdrawal from the soil carbon bank because it busts open those aggregates that were guarding carbon safely in the soil. And when you break it open with with tillage plow disc microbes have access to that stored carbon and they have a heyday. They just start shout out and they eat up that Solar Ganic matter and they breathe out carbon dioxide in the process micro string and honestly a drink might not be a bad idea at this point because the impact of tilling the soil like this is pretty bad first of all like we said disturbing the soil releases a bunch of carbon into the atmosphere and then of course that carbon isn't available in the soil for the plans to use his food soil carbon is also critical for water storage because those clumps help soil hold onto water when the klumps break up the structure of the soil changes. It doesn't hold water as well. Water runs off the fields. Instead of thinking in and the soil runs off to erosion becomes a bigger problem so carbon storage and soya's good for many many reasons beyond climate change mitigation but also so carbon is really important in terms of climate. Change Mitigation. Because there's so much carbon and soil compared to the atmosphere the small change in the amount of carbon stores and soil can dramatically change the concentration of greenhouse gases in the earth's atmosphere and hence the atmosphere temperature and because so much of the earth is farmland a third of the entire planets ice-free surfaces farmland. That means changing the amount of carbon and agricultural soils would have an outsized impact. Carbon in soil is great for plants and great for the environment and so people have been working on ways to get more carbon into soil for a while but this focus on climate change is a new one because it's becoming clearer and clearer each year that we have to do something anything about our carbon emissions. So what do we do? How do we build our soil carbon backup? I mean the only way to get it back totally is to reverse the process totally and go back to how that organic matter was accumulated in the first place which involved perennial species and not disturbing the

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Pablo Escobar's Hippos Could Endanger Colombian Ecology

60-Second Science

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Pablo Escobar's Hippos Could Endanger Colombian Ecology

"Around one hundred and fifteen miles east of medicine in Colombia since the enormous Hacienda built by the drug Lord Pablo Escobar. Who had his own personal zoo? Which included hippos when Escobar's empire fell most of the exotic animals were safely relocated except for the hippos who eventually escaped to eat right four from as you in the US to Columbia and they lived at his ranch and they've grown slowly but steadily Jonathan suren ecologists from the University of California in San Diego. The original population of four in nineteen eighty one is estimated to be at least eighty. Now Hippos have tremendous influence on their native ecosystems in Africa so sure and wanted to see how they might be affecting their new ecosystem in Columbia. Shouldn't surprise anybody hippos poop in the water South America Africa Hippos on both Continents Wallow in ponds and lakes where their droppings release a tremendous amount of nutrients into the water that imported materials stimulates photosynthesis of algae and aquatic plants and also microbial battery production of bacteria. That are living off your Ganic matter. That's imported have mass. The hippos can cause ecological trouble if there is too much photosynthesis occurring in the water becomes full of oxygen during the daytime but at night when the sun goes down and the plants and algae stop releasing oxygen into the water a phenomenon called eutrophication occurs all the creatures that consume oxygen keep consuming it and the overall amount of oxygen dissolved in the water becomes critically low dropping. Low enough you can help. All the fish SORTA croaking going belly up. The researchers also say the situation provides a unique glimpse into the way that massive mammals like mammoths and mastodons. Long extinct in the new world may have influenced their habitats prior to their extinction but they also know that unless we can somehow curtail their population growth. The hippo population could explode in the next couple decades at which point they will disrupt larger and wild river systems. The study is in the Journal. Ecology lethal control isn't the popular management strategy among people who love hippos or see them as valuable tourism attraction but the question is when not if the hippos become detrimental to Colombian ecology which means that folks should be thinking about the best way to solve the problem now when there are fewer than a hundred hippos to manage and not thousands.

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Leveraging Artificial Intelligence in Cardiology with David Chung, Head of Carewell Health

Outcomes Rocket

10:20 min | 1 year ago

Leveraging Artificial Intelligence in Cardiology with David Chung, Head of Carewell Health

"It's a true privilege to have you here on the podcast. David thanks for joining. You're welcome so what else would you like to highlight to the listeners. And in particular sure I'd like to know more about why you get into the medical sector I really I really gunned medical sector with more like faith or I'm actually patient myself. You've got into it because I know in the world business you can create efficiency drive everything better and faster but one thing that hurts the most my mom always say health is wealth when you Harvard Heaven Heart attack. You have a need a disease. You don't have any choices at you or healthy. You cannot work unit a healthy Network you can approve table as more of everyone in have health and I wanted to bring health to everyone and as important as it pointed to me as if everyone because this family history not really would house genetically. While I think that's a great great call out David and health is wealth and I I would say even more right and and so when we discuss this topic when I had the chance to connect beforehand the difference between merely innovating versus marketing ad love to dive into that idea with the listeners. Here what are your thoughts on that. Why is it important? Boyce important because health off is actually look at us as Is everyone everyone should I could literally innovate anything or anybody could innovate in even a lot. The things is actually very successful patient population but how is it being disseminated to be able to deplore to everyone. That's the key ticket. For example you know. I could develop a very popular wherever devices to measure a lot of is the ultimate data. What happened this devices actually auto reached because it's too excessive or is the incorrectly market specifically concentration of chronic disease patients? Where while it could actually push every single patient to be used to predict AH prevent improve preventive healthcare? So that's important is try not to focus Problem with just for the chronic disease population focus focus in overall health population even outside at hostile and try market at a very affordable way is a challenge. Not only for me for every every other big giant companies industry too. I think it's a really great call out. You know inside if you innovate. That's not necessarily enough. You gotta be able to market canalization and make it available and so tell us a little bit of bounce The work that you do at CARE well and Intel L. Life-science the division there. What are you guys doing to market is better? We're doing artificial intelligence business so we all know. Aw patient data to create an artificial intelligence engine that can protect heart disease. Our example will be a typical patient will call nine one one when they have heart attack. What I have is I've artificial intelligence that can predict it your impending beating a diseases patients before he coronado want desperate? But how do we even market that right now. We have to be simple. Look at today's physicians. Right you have your servers yet this machine. Yeah that machine you have this platform that there's no enough for the lock and everything in the world. It got five six seven opening. The last I want to do is is to be another provider Provider to add another platform for you to look at but it might strategy of Marketing Shoe Polish. It connects with the most well-known system other and create platform is open ended. Were any solution can plug it in and just going to one place and and seamlessly get all the data where you want Monto of patient if you want a strategy has been doing this for treating well so make it simple. Simple is really elitist. Keep the time should be spent on patients. Not Looking data lock in a couple of websites forgot the password funds love. It adds a great call out and sounds like you guys have a quick way into the market. Give us an example. So have you guys. Launched or you still in development we are in what we develop. This technology was span around hundred. Fifty million dollars has a database about one hundred times more than the recent study study for Mayo Clinic and is highly accurate. Cmr's of the approve currently there. Are Anybody be able to compete with this. This but my challenge is dead active legion. How they launch to let the PUCK? Nobody's advanced technology. We are launching this. The first face aid North America United States and through telehealth platform. You're out that form. Why don't you just click the button here? Go a power you can have all your decisions positions within five seconds Patient's heart disease attack before it happens. So that's one way to do it. October second will be launching California so waiver very excited about that. Hopefully hopefully I could give a good speech WHOA about Well listen it's around the corner and you're saying one of the ways people will be able to get access if they're currently using your telehealth platform. What telehealth platform is that? I can say okay. Gotcha but it's a very popular. Well known to have platform at the partnership as a partnership. Got It Ganic. I think it's very well know is even Nastase using the same platform that stay NASA so's secure will say very cool while a great opportunity around the corner to access a and clinical decision support predictive analytics. It's is all very exciting. And and so these types of advances don't happen easily and so I love to hear from you David what you believe. Steve is maybe a setback. That you guys had in the development of this technology that that led to a big Aha and the reason why the platforms a strong as it is today time I would say time and resources is also very shortly. The the need for this is important that makes us to say a how we did a southwest problem so look a statistically America has about twenty million adult population should diagnose a heart diseases for me as a matter for me to spend a hundred million dollars for this. Doesn't Miss Three dollars. Persian it that if I could predict heart disease for three dollars now you could reduce our yard business reduce I could predict heart attack so you have planned surges Ah-ha aw for patients actually were diagnosed incorrectly. And then now they just misdiagnosis the reimbursement. Denial so the wrong is a drugs lawsuits. All those will be gone off so I think it makes sense so that was a moment that we had. Why don't we do this? Challenge this artificial intelligence artificial intelligences It is as simple as training childhood how to read a book you could feed thousand before the trial and to peace city Components one does look as clean and actor is medical data Structural Vice and second of all you also have to have Train to chop off a redesign. It's just gonNA feed this data. Will they call machine learning that. Resell you happen when I tell them Santarpio's bunch of books they not gonna a lot. The Sun rip in launching public in do positions Galore. Exactly so kind to write. You know you gotta continue doing this again a and again again every time you make an error my certified urologist Learning Brain Multiple iterations to have you as later under fifty million dollars and got it work for the cost of a microcosm healthcare is we. We need to fall from patients. aspirated arrayed that knows the heart diseases. Often patients No they had it Heart disease patients publishes. Yeah yeah no that's Fascinating work and so the data I. I'm sure a lot of people are wondering like where did you guys get all this data and Intel is a self self insured employer is that were a lot of it is coming from Lo- low. Data's actually coming from outside the front country so I do have wait. We're into a partnership with Intel. Actually Building Custom Air Could actually process artificial intelligence Without the Internet. So that's a strong arm about Intel. The latest Acknowledging Open Dino over platform showed if endurance is actually sixteen times faster. What that means is that you know? I'm thinking about your laptop. That has a gate Ram. I am sixty times that I don't even as similar so I can I can. It's been okay. I at the speed that allows us to make decision making a great lot faster more accurate and so so intel has a chip that will be able to be empathy. I guess used in a lot of these devices has correct. Yes and we are a very large manufacturer so example would be Active put a chip in Device with an ambulatory instantly is going to be diagnostics. NFC APPRO- and you do not eat is complete disconnect connected. You don't need to connect to anything. No Internet no network. You don't need. Aws You didn't even zero That can also be applied into Help us now. You can diagnose patients remote even in Africa is we do have project with a gauge invasion to fascinating fascinating work and the promises is pretty

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Don't Call Me "Mom," Call Me Ted

The Double Shift

08:05 min | 1 year ago

Don't Call Me "Mom," Call Me Ted

"Today's episode goes way outside the box of quote unquote traditional modern modern American family life will visit a CO housing community and get to know a person named Ted row. Ted Now identifies as a transgender man and it's apparent to five children. His story presents a fascinating and nuanced. Take on gender and motherhood just being on the playground you know it used to be that presenting female. You had all like you could just walk up to any other mom and talk and now that's not an option in in the US from Germany in two thousand ten after getting a PhD to do two years of postdoctoral work in linguistics. At the time Ted was married to a man and was female presenting he had given birth to four kids and the youngest was six months sold. And now we want to take you through some pretty classic challenges and Dilemmas. He faced as a mother thinking about family life and career after after many years of study and finishing his post. Doc Ted decided academia wasn't for him and wouldn't be compatible with family life but he and his husband decided they wanted to stay in the. US His husband got a work visa. But Ted couldn't get one for quite a while so ted who at the time identified as a mother stayed at home with the kids and so you are now at home with four kids at the time time and at some point there's a fifth child on the way. Is that correct right because once you already home you can as well at the kid. Just keep adding so you have four kids at home. You have one on the way and you start home schooling them and homeschooling and four kids and being pregnant. That sounds like a very gary twenty four seven kids centric life. Did you enjoy that. was that a happy without a happy time in your family well. It's funny that you ask those questions institute. Enjoy that and was at a happy time I think back to it as I think the happiest family time that we had so. That's me and the kids. Just because we learned so much together we explored so much together and I loved that part of it. I personally was not very happy uh-huh so it was. Yeah it's it's some happy sad memories theme. I loved it to get together as these tribal feeling of the six of us. Yeah and I was intellectually born D- An homeschooling or parenting in general. And you know of course it has its value nothing against against it yet. If that's the only thing I'm doing then this a lot of repetitiveness right you get up and this laundry again and the kids are hungry again and they still still don't like Broccoli and I like it just. There's just so little forward motion and I still. I still am reminded sometimes of that time for example. Doing some some breaker just a weekend. It sounds like I'm complaining about time with the kids and that's not at all. The case with him. Complaining about is that during the Times I spent with kids nothing nothing else gets done and that's what mornings. I'm not complaining about the time. I'm spending with kids because that's typically great yet. I really also need to move things forward somewhere in my life life so the fact that it was exclusively time with children. That was the problem right that there wasn't outlets for other kinds of projects or creativity tippety or intellectual stimulation. Yes Ted in. His family realized that if they were going to stay in the states with all their kids and yeah no extended family around they wanted more support they found out about a CO housing community and intergenerational thirty two home complex in Massachusetts sits on twenty two acres of woods and farmland. Each family has their own private home with you know bedrooms and a kitchen living room but there's a big common house elsewhere residents have meetings and dinners twice a week. There are gardens hand house and playgrounds. The CO housing membership is self governed and each adult adult has to do six and a half hours of work for the community per month from planning meetings to doing dishes. After the communal meal to yardwork cars cars are parked on the outskirts. So it's pedestrian friendly and safe for kids to Rome Ted. His family took a tour to see if it was for them. Back in two thousand twelve love and fell in love with it and I remember that my oldest daughter she must have been. Let's see she must have been nine at the time so we pull out of the community as believe and she says okay. When are we going to move in and she was just voicing exactly what we are? We're thinking of like. Yeah I think this is a done. India was staying here. This is awesome. What what do you remember? What are some specific things that stood out to you in the beginning about why this place was so special and fell all right for your family? You know kids as young as four or five congest goal Rome and you know often my younger kids in politically do. is they. Walk around under the chat with this neighbor that is in the garden and they go there and then they help something real quick here. So there's just so much stimulation so much What's the word? I guess integration with other people's lives he bumped into each other more often and that's how I want to live and that's how I want my kids to live. I want to not have to make an effort to be somewhere at the way. I was socialized. Germany was he just go out on the streets right. And that's I know how many people in this country also grew up that way but he that income housing the technically still true. You just go outside and look wells' outside you don't have to arrange range a play date you know which seems to such a grownup concept you know to lake arrange a date and then somebody drives you. And then they add one and a half hours being picked up that just seems so cumbersome as as a social life and income housing it all just flows together. You just go at Sei this the people you chat you help something it. It has just much more Ganic flow to it. Do you feel like this community helps. The experience of parenting be less isolated. How many yeses can I say? Yes and that's an understatement. It's I I can't I can't count the Times. I was bailed out by a neighbor. It's you know let's say a good example so my kids basically have what we call adopted grandparents especially to to Women in the community. That's where they go when they're upset with me. That's where they go every Tuesday because they want to they know by my kids know by heart when you know that particular neighbor comes out of work because then the linger around her house and to to be the first one to greet her I remember one very sweet story. It was a Saturday morning. I was sick adding slept while I was alone with a kid. Different people to be driven different places at different times and it was just in crave it was really. It was daunting daunting. Just not not feeling for the task and I was just saying that to the children you know just like wow I really don't feel well and right now I have no idea how to even survive this day and daughter number three She must have been at sea. Maybe ten place said to me. Okay look around you where where are you and said in housing and then she said yeah that means. You're not alone this year to help you and I said well thank you for reminding. It's so easy to forget. You're right and you know and you can just send out an email to the whole list and there will be somebody that that that can help you so many times when I was SACO ended. Get an extra ride in anything extra that You know it's way beyond just the The stereotypical Cup of sugar. It's way beyond and

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Shaping the Emerging Bioeconomy

The Bio Report

08:52 min | 1 year ago

Shaping the Emerging Bioeconomy

"Trump administration today about technology and how Whoa doesn't understand. Its potential to reshape the economy. Yeah so I can't speak for the White House So I think Alexander Titus was the gentleman who you are referring to spokane Zimbabwe. I Alexander was involved in the bio calm the day and he was also with us during the congressional as well so I can only speak to what we've learned and what we are speaking on and educating legislators and policy-makers around And I will tell you that. This effort has largely been bipartisan. We met with science technology and Space Committee And and the representatives that appeared were equal sides of of of the aisle. Everybody sees this as as a huge focus for For the United States and making sure that we drive this economic development so I can't speak specifically to wear the White House or you know individual congressional leaders stand on the issue. I can say from our experience. We've received very positive feedback including the White House visits but also on the hill as well. I know in two thousand twelve. The Obama Administration had published a national bio comic blueprint. This included a set of strategic investments intended to lay the foundation the nation for a future bio Konami is that roadmap still being used in any way wasn't executed on wasn't successful. Yeah IT'S A. It's a great question and I you know again speaking personally. I was living in Germany at that time so it wasn't. I wasn't too involved in in the creation nations that the documentary that process. I am familiar with it I have reviewed the documents. I will say that it definitely aligns. Too much of the initiatives that that we feel are important important to ensuring that the bio Tommy doesn't forward You know there is current legislation that is under consideration There's a bill. Hr Four three seven. Three which is the Engineering Biology Investment Bill. And so this has been In Committee for an extended period of time and I'm happy to share air that passed out of committee Right before the The recessed now back in session the prior to the recess they pass out of committee and this is one of I legislative priorities. The bottom line is to ensure that. Hr Four three seven three. which is the engineering? Biology Investment Act Get sponsorship and we're looking to really drive have this Into both the House and we've got good one site to support on the house and then finding sponsors in the Senate of driving across the line but again this is a perfect good example of of how we feel. We can be active and really advocating for these types of bills. which really look at? How are we allocating funds and infrastructure picture to support the development of our economy infrastructure being basic science training all the way through to it and computational signs of a shorter required to really orange biology? Maybe you can touch on some of the other policy issues of concern. Are you focused on. Issues of regulation workforce in public investment in our D-. What are the big issues driving the concerns of industry right now? Yeah I mean so many of those things that are important to us so so you know. Regulation is important elements of the industry and you feel that. Proper regulation comes from proper education. So our focus now is really educate h Regulators and policymakers around the opportunity as well as areas where regulation may be required Investment is a huge area that we're looking at and I you know I use similar. We know that. NIH funding has significantly increased over many many years Below we've seen as we've seen a reallocation of funds ends with an age and so on colleges become a huge area funding. And if you look back ten fifteen twenty years ago it was a smaller area. Funding overall financing hasn't changed significantly. We've had ones. We are trying to drive much of that again by autonomy alliance to look at areas where we feel incremental investments or require player and perhaps it can be a real alignment of of internal funds and resources but it's not exclusively through an age you mentioned. Dod Darva Department of Energy Number of entities are actively engaging in creating the Viacom in manufacturing and bringing more through biology but other owners for Russell important as well you know workforce issues is important that we have access to the smartest most driven best trained scientists on the planet. And you want them to you come to the United States and working business established business and want to ensure that those who are here in the United States have a have a line of sites who in education that will enable for them to move into the workforce that is a biological workforce versus perhaps a industrial base workforce. So all of us topics are very important. Join US are there big challenges that need to be addressed through precompetitive issues that need to be solved by public private partners ars. So it's it's it's a great question you know I'll say the have you know we have great examples incredible public private partnerships such as the first genome. Don't project right To sequence I I Hema Jim was was the joints between age and genome sciences and different commercial entities. is in fact when I was on the hill. I kind of preface my comments with me just think about what is the next moonshot project for our vile economy or biological thinkers in the country. You know the the Human Genome Project was one of those moon shots and we've got a lot of others out there that we should think about you. Know from fundamentally a trying to sedate the operating mechanism for biology and understanding what biological components can be put together into organisms to due to drive a new paradigm and manufacturing to really get into understanding Inter Cellular Communication Nation. And how do we look at creating environments of microbes that can communicate with each other respond to stimuli responsive wind. Listen to different response. which may again from a manufacturing process produce a compound or remediate? Something that's happening in the nature So a lot of big challenges could be put on the table and this is one of the kind of I'll say the thought experiments we've done Tommy Lines. What are some of the asset we could go for? And that's what we're working together positioning papers when you think about the biggest barriers to realizing the potential of the opportunities force today what you said they are scientific holocene economic or something else. Yes so so I believe eight largely at scientific at this point and I say that because you know as we've seen scientific innovation and come online we see the economics around that scientific innovation come together quite quickly and we can all that pretty pretty routinely as we look at you know you know go back to the example precision. Helter you know the advent next turner she sequencing sequencing targeted sequencing Really enabled us to lose today. The biology hav driver mutations within tumors which then of course informs which therapies are are prescribed to the individual. I think we're at a similar precedence. Right now and understanding biology from a manufacturing perspective of food due to feed materials perspective. Where you still fundamentally don't understand the rules to biology and I'll say that this is the largest challenge around synthetic biology synthetic biology being a interesting blend in biology and engineering and computational science you know from engineering perspective if you understand hand all the principal components you can build anything and I think when we initially went down the road of synthetic biology thought? Well we'll figure out what the parts are living organism that we can combine those into a new organism and we've learned that biologists complex and we don't really understand those principal components hence we need the new tools to loosening those components. Soon we do. We'll see those economic models fall in line so to your question. I I do believe that way now. The scientific challenge is the largest challenge. which is what we focused on through? The vital COMU- lines and ensuring that funding is flowing to the proper areas of research to enable that elucidation the principal components to enable development of the Diakonie. Jason Ganic Chief Commercial Officer script at a founding member of the bio combines. Is Jason. Thanks so much for your time. Today it was a pleasure. Thank you so much.

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How Apple TV+'s bare cupboard compares

Talking Tech

04:19 min | 1 year ago

How Apple TV+'s bare cupboard compares

"Hiring isn't easy but there is one place you can go where hiring is simple in smart that place is ziprecruiter where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates ended its try it for free at Ziprecruiter. Dot Com Slash Tech Talk Ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire so in an era when so many companies competing for your subscription dollar what you'd think would you pay five dollars for just a handful of shows whereas apple caused them stories to believe in so it's a the subject. I've been pondering about all week since the apple event when apple announced the pricing for Apple TV just five dollars yet. There's only eight shows in one documentary humanity at launch on November. I I'm Jefferson Graham. You're listening to talking tech. Apple's move is bold especially considering that the arcade gaming service which is also five dollars monthly and launching this Thursday boasts of a hundred games now apple. TV isn't just five dollars. It's actually free free for anybody for one year who buys a new IPHONE IPAD or Macintosh computer but compared to Netflix and its bulk of original shows Apples Cup board is really bear but how about to the other services. I mean apple. Yes it has the lowest price of any of the premium subscription services but but only by a dollar. CBS All access and who both started six dollars for the ad supported services in terms of bulk CBS has its entire primetime lineup it talks thousands of episodes of TV shows including all these like I love Lucy and cheers but in the original apartment isn't actually that far off from apple it promotes just seven series on its website they include the good fight to New Star Trek series a remake of the twilight zone in the acclaimed why Women Kill Hulu on the other hand has way more with most of the primetime offerings of NBC ABC and Fox and it lists nearly sixty original series movies documentaries humanities including the emmy winning the handmaid's tale along with the library of older movies and TV series as well for two dollars more than Apple TV plus. You can get Disney plus lunching November twelfth and it's complete library of classics along with new series that include the Mandalay Rian based on star wars movies and updated the high school all musical franchise the return of the Disney Channel Classic lizzy McGuire in a live action remake of the nineteen fifty five film. The lady and the TRAMP as you go up the pricing escalator. Netflix is next starting at nine dollars monthly or thirteen or sixteen dollars if you WANNA watch and four K. and on more screens and Amazon prime video works out to about ten dollars a month or one hundred and twenty dollars yearly it's package with the prime shipping and entertainment service service again. Netflix and Amazon offered thousands of shows mostly library movies and TV programs through the years along with less than one hundred original TV series can can apple survive with just a handful even if they have stars like Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon in the lead. We'll see won't always listeners. What do you think I'd love to hear from you on twitter where I'm Jefferson Graham. You've been listening to talking tech. Please subscribe show wherever you listen to online audio and I'll be back tomorrow with another quick yet from the world of tech hiring can be a slow process cafe tour Zeo Dylan Moskowitz needed to hire a director of coffee for his Organic Ganic Coffee Company but was having trouble finding qualified applicants so he switched Ziprecruiter ziprecruiter technology finds people with the right experience and invites them to apply to your job. Dylan posted his job on Ziprecruiter and was impressed by how quickly he had qualified candidates apply and in just a few days he found his new director of coffee with results like that. It's no wonder four out of five employers who post Ziprecruiter get a qualified candidate within the first day see why ziprecruiter cruder is effective for businesses of all sizes trust Ziprecruiter for free at our web address ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk. That's ZIPRECRUITER DOT COM. Tom Slash T. E. C. H. T. A. L. K. ziprecruiter dot com slash tech talk ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire.

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Don't Use Natural Disasters to Pressure Clients

Daily Sales Tips

05:17 min | 1 year ago

Don't Use Natural Disasters to Pressure Clients

"You're listening to the daily sales tips podcast and i'm your host scott ingram david weiss sent this tip to me over the weekend and i i wanted to get it out to you as soon as i could while hurricane dory and is still relevant but is you'll hear. This tip doesn't just apply to this hurricane good morning sales success community david weiss comanche here with a tip of the day so as many of you know there's a very large hurricane mccain coming towards the coast of florida right now call doria and i am working through a few other partners of mine at at eighty p on a opportunity that we've been working for quite some time and they happen to be located in florida so last tweak a colleague of mine came to me and said david i've got i know you're speaking to them later today. I've got a great idea of how we can close this opportunity on your call and i said hey man you know. I'm all ears. I think we're pretty close but but he got says me let's tell them that the hurricanes coming and that they need to sign with us now because hurricanes coming and if they don't sign with us now they may be delayed d- for a couple of days or even a couple of weeks and that would mess up their timelines and we can you know get working on <hes> everything behind the scenes while they're repairing their business so i thought about this for second. I replied back. I said look there's not a hurricane close technique. I'm going to have a conversation with them and we're gonna you know see where their business is that and their decision process and we'll go from there so i got on the phone with the client and start talking to her and i and and the conversation of course of the hurricane comes up and how she's doing and how their associates are doing things like that and she says david i was gonna cancel this call but i wanted to talk to someone that wasn't gonna talk to me about the hurricane and i start laughing and she's like if i had done a shot of tequila for every single goal time someone said dorian to me today. I would have been asleep by about nine a._m. And she's like i currently have over a thousand emails emam box. No joke in probably eight to nine hundred of them are associated being worried about him and i said are you know oh tons of empathy. Hey preach taking the call really understand where you guys are at and we just kind of had a really empathetic good conversation and it ended with her making a couple of weeks to our agreement and asking me to revise it so i could send her so she get it over legal team in our legal to start reviewing and we left the a call with me saying hey look normally i would during this part of the call just be asking for basic timelines that we both agree to serve on the same page with what things look like moving forward but i'm not gonna they do that to you instead. I don't wanna put any pressure on you. I want you just to go and get your mind right. Help your business. Help your associates. 'cause i really feel for all the structure under an everything. That's you know up in the area. Now it's kind of chaotic and she's like david. Thank you so much really appreciate. It took the call today. 'cause i needed a break. This was a really great conversation. I'll let you know kind of how things play out over the next week them perfect so we leave the call and this kind of comes to the point of the conversation. If y'all haven't gotten it already we weren't at the final close step. Her legal team hadn't even reviewed it and if i put pressure on it to sign it today the this this person person like probably just couldn't it would have been the wrong timing. She probably gonna handle it. She's a professional but mentally speaking her head was not in a. I need to sign a contract with a a vendor. You know i it was. I need to protect my associates and i need to be there for my associates for you know their houses potentially not low longer being there in a week or two so <hes> i shifted towards this part and you know what i want people to take away is there's. There's no magic bullet. There's no such thing as the hurricane clothes unless sure selling products and solutions for hurricane management like batteries in water or sandbags or something along those lines lines don't try in us you know disasters or you know some other major negative events that are happening to your clients to try and get them to do business with you. Have empathy have understanding put yourself in their shoes know where they're at in their journey and be really honest with yourself. You know is a deal closing today or you know or we really. They're in the process for not. Let the process play out or ganic but putting milestones in place that help you kind of get to where you need. As far as you know you wanna be loved by the state were here today. Here are the steps that need to take place between now and then but be empathetic and things are gonna come up so that's all i have today. Hope you have a great week and hopefully this was helpful and i'll come back with more tips in the future. 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General Mills Unhealthy Returns

MarketFoolery

09:23 min | 2 years ago

General Mills Unhealthy Returns

"I'm Matt Greer and joining me is motley, fool, unless wrong gross Ron, it is just you and me in a word. How would you describe how you're feeling right now? So excited I could barely contain myself. Okay. Okay. Always happy to be here with you MAC. Well, good. Well, I'm excited to later. We're gonna talk some net flicks. They're losing the office. If you heard of the office show boy, my kids love them, some office, as do mine, and effective twenty twenty one the office will no longer be on Netflix. We'll talk about that. We're also gonna talk about some FedEx. But let's begin with a rough day for general mills shares down around five percent at the time of our taping on earnings. Ron disappointing revenue weakness in their US snacks business. Now, a lot of us when we think general mills we think cereal and, you know, the cereal cereal sales. In line with last year hanging in there. But they're not just cereal. They've got a number of brands everything from Haagen-Dazs to yo play to pet food, but they are running into this trend of consumers eating healthier, tough go, you got it. You know, it's interesting actually even with today's drop the stock was up twenty five twenty six percent on the year. I would not have guessed that if you'd asked me to, to kind of predict how the stock has done this year. So that was surprising to me, but you nailed it. It's, it's everyone's growing preference for healthier, breakfast and snacking options. It's hit all the companies Kellogg, wand, Elise Kraft Heinz. It doesn't matter who you are certainly general mills is, is not immune to that net sales organic net sales that's important in North America. Fell two percent. That sounds healthy though. That's our Ganic but importantly, because of their attempt to diversify and specifically the blue buffalo pet food company they bought last year. Total sales was actually up seven percent and they saw thirty percent increase in the blue. Buffalo pet business. So diversifying is is working. But obviously they want to grow some of their brands continue with some of their healthier brands a focus on Haagen-Dazs. Interestingly, not so healthy old, El Paso, Mexican their portfolio of natural and organic foods and their snack bars. They're, they're really trying to kind of focus on growing those businesses. So I think the question that everyone wants to know is where does this leave bugles because they I love entry, hopefully, you know, if you love you have you ever had. Carmel bugles. Oh, I don't think so. But when I was a kid, it was one of the most satisfying things to buy the bag of bugles. And then you pretend that they are, in fact, bugles, right? Let alone the child you needed Ave. Clearly. That was just salt and a bag. Why they were so good, crunchy salt and event is true in shockingly, not doing as well today with the health conscious consumer. So let's talk a bit more about the stock because as you mentioned, the stocks had a great last year beating the market. But it's lost to the market over the last five years and shares now trading below where they were five years ago and fun fact still outperforming Kellogg. Yeah. With wolf. Wolf wolf ESO? What's the bull case for general mills? The bull case, I think, is that they're going to continue to diversify through acquisitions, but that's dicey because that, that bull case also has a barriques right around the corner. It's tough to do aquisitions correctly. You wanna make sure you pay the right price. You might make sure you go into the correct areas, I think, part of the strength of general mills over lasts a bunch of months was partly the result of the diversification strategy. Blue buffalo being one the investors seemed to be excited about. But it's tough. I mean, the stocks. Our trading around sixteen times, not just Errol mills. But a lot of these companies, and there's a reason for that. And the reason is, is a lot of uncertainty going forward, and we'll probably still see weakness for some time until they kind of get their product portfolio straightened out. Okay. Ron and as we wrap up here looking back on your cereals, and they don't have to general mills that can be Kellogg, and they can be. But how about some favourite serials by far knock, Chem crabbing crunch is one of my favorites with crunch berries? No without contributes, actually. But foodie, pebbles are just unbelievably yes, love. Overrated. My guy was the Flintstones market. No. It was just the made. The milk fruity fruity ish. You let them get a little soggy of I gotta go. I might have to have them today. Okay. Let me hit you as some of my favorites and tell me how you come down apple jacks, boring. But my wife loves it really is fruit loops. Yeah. Like pretty pebble. Cousin count chocula now to chocolate for me to shot. Are you kidding? Get here is one of my favorites this was a sleeper frosted mini. We have it written down right here on my extra. So I wouldn't forget to mention it if you let them get a little bit Sigy fantastic. And you feel like you're eating wheat. So how bad could it be? Oh my gosh. And one of my truly favorites and I had probably a six to seven year relationship, it was a monogamous relationship here. Think about you needing a hobby, ready ready, golden grams. Oh, they're the Golden Globes are good for sure. I mean harsh their magic. It's a shame that cereal has, has gone, the way of the dodo bird because it's delicious, obviously, it's unhealthy. And that's why but even granola is delicious and milk. Everything is good. The for I'm gonna hit you with three over. Rated cereals. And you tell me if you agree ready? Yeah. Weeds god. Yes. They'll terrible Rice Krispies. They do crack snap, crackle, and pop feeling fun far after that, it's like, okay. And then Cheerios. Yeah. Oh my God. Like eating cardboard. Yeah. Honey nut Cheerios are okay. And then the one and then one more name. I wrote you get this on those other one more one more name. I wrote down and the word or the phrase, I have written by it is. I'm not dead yet. His grape nuts. I always when I was a kid I always associated grape nuts with like being older. And now that I'm older, I still associate with being have to be like, eighty to enjoy the exact. Yes. So I've got a few more years, but I'm looking forward to okay? Let's move on, after that hard hitting analysis. Let's move onto FedEx stock not doing much on earnings. Ceo, Fred Smith said trade disputes, and an economic slowdown have created quote significant uncertainty for FedEx express, Ron. Also facing stiff competition from UPS and Amazon as well. What do you think of FedEx earnings, the earnings are okay, but it's, it's the forward guidance about US China trade tensions, they forecast, a mid single digit percentage, point decline in adjusted earnings for fiscal twenty twenty investors. Don't like to see that, that I can tell you as far as this quarter adjusted revenue up two point eight percent operating income down seven percent though, negatively affected by lower package and freight revenues at FedEx express higher costs at FedEx ground cost associated with their US-based voluntary. Employment played by out the, the are voluntarily retiring, lots of employees there to cut costs. There was some strength though, US volume growth was up increased revenue per shipment at FedEx freight and FedEx ground some, some favorable incentive compensation expense. Decline. So there, there were some offsetting positives. But overall, you know, you don't wanna see a company like FedEx an operating income decline. And let's talk about the competition. Because when you look at FedEx when you look at the stock shares have lost to the market over the last year and they've lost to the market over the last five years, but they're still beating ups, okay? If you want to feel better, if you're go hang out with UPS right, but it seems like increasingly you've got traditional competitors like ups, but you also have the Amazons the Uber's you have anyone with a car who may essentially contract their time and their services out to a bigger company to deliver. How does FedEx compete with that, while you're seeing that it's tough? And you're seeing that in the stock price, they're doing things like making it more convenient for folks to drop off and pick up packages of perfect. Example would be. They just said, they're going going to create drop off and pickup sites at dollar generals, eight thousand stores what that does it puts ninety percent of the US population close to a FedEx full footprint of some kind. So they're trying to make it as convenient as possible their severed ties with Amazon for their express delivery service, the, they're making strategic moves, and sometimes. Difficult move, because as you say, it's very competitive landscape out there in Ron before we get to our next story. I want to say thanks to net suite now we know here at the motley, fool that if you don't know your numbers. You don't know your business, but the problem that growing businesses have the thing that keeps them from knowing their numbers is this Hodge podge of business systems. It's just a mess. You've got a system for accounting. You've got another one for sales. You've got another one for inventory. Yikes. It's so incredibly inefficient takes up a lot of time sucks up way too many resources and Ron, that's where net suite by oracle comes in.

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Alistair Bathgate Alistair, Founder And US discussed on Financial Issues

Financial Issues

05:22 min | 2 years ago

Alistair Bathgate Alistair, Founder And US discussed on Financial Issues

"Now, let's turn to our next guest and joining us in the studio. We've got blue presumes C E O and founder Alistair Bathgate Alistair, welcome. So we've heard this morning that blue prison is buying Tony for a consideration of up to eighty million pounds of British tech firm. You released your half year earnings this morning as well reporting, a thirty four million pound loss in EBay, da, that said sales, and revenue climbs. Now analysts were expecting as much with Marion global investors saying that blue prism. You're an automation software maker could remain a high growth business for many years. So growth is one thing profitability is another Alistair. When do you expect to become profitable? Well at the moment, we see a vast global market, and we're expanding in a whole range of territories and that requires investment in mocks in an insane. I'm not comes in revenues. So this is a great British global expansion story as you say revenues up by eighty two percent possibly US, revenues doubled. We secure at three hundred forty nine new customers, and which means customer base has gone up by a third in just six months. So this is a rapid growth story. And for the moment, we feel that investing in growth is thing to do, but you have been around for quite some time, and I suppose, that's why the questions although bound for feasibility. I mean I'd love to know what you think is going to help potentially drive the turnaround in profits. Ability, I noticed expanding in new countries. And so how do you. You, how'd you basically turn turn that story around him and you've been around for more than a decade now where we know we have a fundamentally a profitable business model. We were profitable in the year before we I appeared on one of the reasons that we went public with today's funds to grow and to invest ahead of that growth, as you can imagine when you went to a new temporary. Let's say the Middle East where we have recently you have to make investments in marketing and people in sales. People also we have to make investments in product as well ahead of that growth coming back. So that's the story of why and how we invest in right now. Yeah, the acquisition of full Ptolemy announced this morning and tell us the rationale behind that is that because you're concerned that you're not going to be able to achieve that profitability through Ganic growth known of has been a partner since twenty fifteen. The product that Bill is based on technology is built on the platform. So it's a very logical acquisition for us, what they've created as a off an intelligent, automation platform based prison, plus other technologies combined. They've turned into a software as a service cloud, offering based on Microsoft has a not is particularly suited to the mid tier. And so this is a new product for us. Okay. So that's the autonomy acquisition. The is also an issue around. Around short interest in prison. When you look at the amount that you have route edgy mentioned that, that you are. You've run a two thousand two hundred percents. This thing is a huge rise, but short interest in prison has actually climbed above five percent in the past month, what he make that I think, when you were highly wretched stock as you say, the people will bet on some volatility on, you know, you just have to live with that went on building a short term, shot price hair. We're trying to build a business for the long term. Those show interest, though, did reach a record last month. So what would you say to convince those that may be on just simply betting on volatility, but actually have concerns around the stock? What would you have to convince them again back to this issue of the lack of profitability? I would say, look at the graph look at the figures look at the growth in revenues look at the growth in customers these three hundred and forty-nine new customers have valid that toes in the water and we've got so many of our customer base at the early stages of adoption and then look attention on manuals rights renews, extraordinarily high, and then look, up selling a stars, and that have very strong as well. This is an engine built for growth and global growth. And so our choice to invest and go underwater on the line because we think it's going to generate gripe for the future. But some point we can get uptight off on investment, and very quickly, when the company will become a customer from profitable also, very interesting, of course, because your UK gray story, not just a u k one not actually a London based company, but base in the north of England in Warrington tapping into a university of Manchester university. So with that in mind, you're not basis, Silicon Valley, although your tech firm, how'd you see Brexit at this stage? What does that mean in terms of bringing on new people? So proud of you obviously coming from the north west of England monkey union university as where the computer was invented. And so. Yeah. I bullish sorry. Thank you so much for joining us that was pretty prism, CEO, and founder, Alison

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Perovskite LEDs begin to shine

Science Magazine Podcast

08:47 min | 2 years ago

Perovskite LEDs begin to shine

"Now we have Robert Service Steph writer at science and he's here to talk about perofrmance gates which I'm sure I've heard once a week for the past five years, the word, Perov skates. They have a lot of education's. And in this case, we're gonna talk about their use in LED's in light emitting diodes, but I typically hear them associated with solar energy, right? Bob rewritten, quite a number of stories about fraud, Skype in the past, and prostitutes are a large collection of materials that share a common crystal structure, and these materials have been exciting and very exciting for the research community in recent years, because they've proven to be very efficient solar cell materials. So they're really good at absorbing sunlight and then converting that energy into electrically. But we're, we're talking about LED's, right? What this is kind of the reverse you feed energy, or electricity or form of light energy or something into. These materials, and then they convert that into specific colors of light that they emit. And so this is what LED's do LED's are very common in the modern daily life, our lights have our TV's have are made of them are cellphone displays have LED's what's an LED it's not Ross guides right now. What's in there, right? So there's quite a number of different materials that are used in LA days. There's a whole class of inorganic compounds that are commonly used in lighting fixtures. LED lights would buy from Home Depot. For example, I believe would be made with those materials, whereas in our cell phone displays and in many TV's that have LED TV displays many of those or Ganic materials. So those are nice because they can be processed differently. They, they have different advantages than were at sort of entered this whole picture, is that Ross guides are really simple to make that use very commonly available. Starting materials and then they can be processed very easily at low temperature. They don't require being grown under vacuum hood or anything. Right. Very complex. And so it opens the door towards making very large area lights or larger displays with bronchitis. That would also be quite cheap. Whereas the other ones are more complex manufacturing process for solar cells. Yes. That's correct. So, for example of Liz silicon solar, so you have to grow the silicon ingot and then which is a purified silicon, and they have to slice it. And then arrange it, and so with props guys, you can basically just brew up a liquid solution of the starting materials than spread it out over surface. And then you heat it up, very gently in materials crystallize out of that process is actually a description of the crystal shape. It could have many different components in this crystal is that how they would make a display. A out of process that was different colors. They use different minerals within the same display. Yes, in short, if you want to make visible light display, right? And you wanna develop the primary colors red green and blue and then by combining different levels of those colors, you can make the other colors with rainbow with Brodsky's you tune the color based on the chemical composition of the props guide itself. So they actually have a different recipe of the product for green than they do for red, and then they do for blue, you know, the idea would be to make individual Nanno size components of one recipe. And then organize them in a way that makes pixels for display and one of the papers that we write about as a paper that came out last week in science advances, and it offered a way to make a pretty sophisticated display using rod sky. And they, they first synthesized their different recipes for the different colors of. The Prague skylights, and then using advanced three D printer to not only make different pixels of the different colors, but then to orient the Nanno crystals or the nanna wires in this case within each of the pixels, and so the nanna wires omit their colors better in one direction than they do another. And so those light waves oscillate with a particular favourite orientation and that's light polarization. So when you have polarized sunglasses that screen out a certain polarization as the same idea here. So light is getting omitted in a preferred direction than they use filters to select which colors of light. They wanted to see. So if you say you had products that were gonna shine red, and they were oriented with their nanna, wires facing horizontally, say, well, then you just turn your polarized or so it to horizontal then the that light would come through, and you could see it while it was at the. Same time it was blocking the other colors. And then by just turning the polarize or you could just tune whatever color you wanted to see very cool. Okay. What are some of the major advantages of using parasites in LED's, the main advantage of profits and Ellie dis is the prospects for making cheap large area, lights and displays the other thing that you've seen with processes. They've caught up inefficiency. They're, they're doing really well on the solar side has something similar happen with their ability to emit light in the LED format. The answer to your question is, yes, that's exactly what is happening now is that the a really catching up to in this case, the organic LED's by reaching that milestone, that reaches a level of performance. That is a commercial standard. What is the target efficiency for taking trinity turning into only, and where is Pasco technology along that spectrum, there's different benchmarks for different applications? For fishing Ince's. So the, the lighting technology that is used in light bulbs in homes like that. Those can actually be really quite efficient. I believe some of them around fifty percent. And then they go up from there, even higher that's really quite impressive. And, and if you've ever touched a regular incandescent light bulb, you know how hot it is. The reason is a regular incandescent light is extremely inefficient. Most of the energy in an incandescent light is converted into heat, which is why you burn your hand, if you touch them. But if you happen to touch get close to LED light in your house, they are not very hot and that's because most trinity has been converted into light. So for perhaps gates, ideally, you just wanna go as high as you can because that makes them more cost effective. It also means that if you're creating key that can have other problems that can cause breakdown of the devices. So if you're if most of your energy is going in from electrically into light than. And that's really good for the lifetime of devices as well. But certain applications can tolerate lower efficiencies. So, for example, the old led displays the organic light emitting diode displays TV's those are around twenty twenty five percent efficiency if, if I'm not mistaken there. And so certain applications can tolerate Laura officiency, if they can reach an application that the inorganic can't do or that maybe they'll be a different form factor. Maybe they'll be might be able to do it over a much larger area, which the inner Gannex can't really do easily, so there's different numbers for different applications. Why in a big issues with the process on the solar side end now on the only desire is there, not that stable, you make one and then it kinda doesn't last at last days. That's been true with both of them the solar cell manufacturers in. Researchers are really getting pretty good handle on this. Now, they're they've come up with a whole slew of technique. To make these things more robust. And also to encapsulate them in protective materials that than keep them from interacting with air or humidity in the air, which part of the things that really caused him to break down. It's still earlier days on the LED side. So I think they're still trying to get a complete handle scientifically on why these things exactly are breaking down. The other thing I would just add that the organic vitamin, there's twenty years ago, face the same problem. And, and so the research community at that time really had to grapple with how to get those materials to have a longer life. And just by virtue of the fact that we now use them all over the place. That sort of shows you that they made steady significant progress in doing that. And so there's a lot of hope that, that will happen as well with the LA days, but they have to

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"ganic" Discussed on The Working Experience

The Working Experience

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on The Working Experience

"I'm completely helpless. I need you to strap. A Fitbit on me so we can all get in this competition to see how many steps how many steps like you're walking. Like that's what I do. I jump up in the middle of the night, five thousand steps how empty does your life have to be that you would be excited about winning the Fitbit contest at work, which I've seen that I've seen these things I I've seen it to rely on the lated. Until you come down from that, and you flat line, and you're so depressed because you were so happy about that, that you get into the cycle all of it. But I've got a solution to that net. It's called pills. That's called prevalent. This. Have to search charging prevalent for these boosts right here. That's right. We are. This is indoor Ganic was that indoor dash? Yeah. These, these are Ganic advertising messages that Matt and I are betting psychologically, getting a bedded in your brain right? Everybody. Enjoy the week coming up and or the weekending wherever we are. To try to. I'll try to drag yourself through another day. All right. God's speed everyone. Thank you, everyone for listening to this episode of the working experience. We'd like to think our sponsors, one circle media and the still believe app, the only at that

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"ganic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm Emily Thomas, and I'm talking to Ganic pharma's in India, the US and the Netherlands finding out how they feel about big little Ganic the multinationals that have moved into. What was once a small grassroots movement? We just had Adrienne in Mumbai and Ronald ninety even tell us. They worry the connection between the consumer and the source of the fate is being lost. But how aware consumers of that? Dave. I think that there's a growing awareness in the United States that people are paying a premium, and they are often being misled, and I would just qualified this by saying most of the certified organic farms in America, very much real organic farms, but a lot of the product being sold comes from the handful of farms that are not and those handful of farms if you buy a carton of milk from one of them has a picture of a cow out on pasture. If you buy eggs, there'll is a picture of a hen running around outside and grass, the marketers understand what people want to buy the brand that is presented people isn't just pesticide-free. It's about the fact that the food grown in this way has much greater nutritional integrity. So the impulse is wonderful that sends people to our Ganic the tragedy right now is that the USDA is failing and protecting that impulse staying with how things. Look for the consumer road. How has the involvement of big agriculture big fade in organic change the cost of products? Do we see any signs that they've brought it down? And if so does this make organic more democratic in a way, more valuable to more people and is to be welcomed. Yet it lost point for sure because organic should not be food quality. That is only available for the ones that have the possibility of buying it. And we should strive to do everything we can in our supply change to make them work efficient. That is not my problem. The sharing of the value that we created is the problem. Oxfam has excellent reports about how unequal value in supply chains shared. It is shocking to see that from the total value of the coffee bean fifty percents to five rose to in the world for bananas, the three riper nurse that are controlling the ripening process are almost forty percent as well. And that is my major objection to the creation of lower prices inorganic when it means that India and the advantages that we basically work on in. Optimizing the cost price is not landing in an equal basis in the same supply chain. But normally means that the one that empower gets the biggest part of the cake, but. What is it that you won't to say happen because they'll be people listening to this thing king that okay? Some of these big companies involved in Ogun it that not getting things right? All of the time. Okay. But isn't it much to that? Some of that products row Ganic EPA ting, less chemicals in the at tracing their animals, bats what's to say..

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8 Sentences Using the Word "Flourish"

BM English Speaking Radio

05:14 min | 2 years ago

8 Sentences Using the Word "Flourish"

"The meaning of laddish is to prosper to farewell or grow. It. Also means bold and sweeping gestures with BMI, enlist, speaking radio channel loan one. You would every day and impressed the world in this English will gab Larry lesson. You will learn how to use the word flourish reassure that this lesson will help you to enhance your English cavalry, and speak English, fluently and confidently flush is spelt as f. All you odd. I is h a new railway station came up at all sheera ramp result had been selling fruits near the station since many years now he's truck an idea to cater to the crowds coming out of the station. He started selling through juice as well. His business flourished, which means his business grew will. And he never looked back since. So a simple innovation head his business to flourish. Listen carefully. How we can use the word flourish in eight different situations in eight different sentences example, number one of eight real know about globalization. Right. Globalization allows. All countries to trade with each other as per mutually agreed terms in case of India. The globalization has helped its software companies to flourish and become hugely successful example, number two eight the foul. Toils means works hard in his field all around the year. Finally, it is a moment of great joy and satisfaction for him to see his crop. Example, number three of it. Mr. Kapoor worked really hard to win the contract with Indian railways. Finally, he won the contract and was invited to sign. The agreement papers he smiled at esteem and signed the documents with a flourish means with vibrant, gestures example, number for of it leading industrialised remarked that a good idea can give birth to an excellent up, however vision commitment and funding are essential for it to flourish four thousand two hundred thirteen nine and counting is the number of Google reviews with a four point two star rating that bam English-speaking institute has received to know more about us. Visit our website. WWW dot B M consultants. India dot com. Example, number five eight Daniel was shy and afraid of public speaking. So his mother enrolled him for public. Speaking course, subsequently Daniel participated in the school competition, and guess what he won the first prize or boy, he was feeling proud. And he displayed his mettle with the flourish example, number six of eight Ambra our show. Gaas kingdom flourished under his leadership. He was generous. And benevolent means kind he treated all religions with equal respect moving onto example, number seven eight all over the world are Ganic farming is catching up, do you know, what it is all about well organic farming. Avoids use of chemical fertilisers. Instead it uses organic manual this allows the crops and plants to flourish naturally and produce is free of any chemicals. It also retains the fortuity of the soy example, number eight or eight Chang was struggling to clear. The job interviews. Finally, he took the guidance of a mental to prepare for his interviews soon. He cleared an interview with flying colors means with a good score. And was given the appointment letter on the same day. He rushed home and flashed the appointment letter with flourish in front office. Parents they were extremely happy. He made them proud. Didn't. He today we learned the word

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Decanting Wine Changes Its Chemistry

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Decanting Wine Changes Its Chemistry

"The wind Kanter is fairly standard vessel found in many glassware collections. But it's also a rather mysterious object that inspires questions about how to use it and what function decanting actually serves. So what does it mean to decant wine simply put? Simply put decanting involved pouring wine or any liquid from one container into the Decatur while some decanting serves more to ornament presentation of dining experience, the canting certain wines has an evident effect on their aroma and drink ability as wine ages, it's our Ganic molecules grow larger through polymerisation, which reduces its stringency and makes the wine softer less Truckee. But over time a wine may deposit, crystal tar, traits and pigmented organic substances called tannin's that collect sediment at the bottom of a bottle. Do gathering separates out though, sediments that build up. This is usually only required for high end wines with vintage date over ten years to canton can also help to release volatile compounds in wine that mask it subtle flavors. These volatile 's are a combination of organic compounds that at aromas such as fruit oak, tars esters or aldehydes deterring young one group rates oxygen. Helps to evaporate any harsh volatile xlt. Now, the winds tastes and smells will be more discernible than the astringent alcohol red wines acquire their chemical characteristics because they're held in relatively oxygen free environments during aging in bottles white wines. However, don't benefit from decanting because they aren't aged bottles long before serving so feel free to skip decanting your Chardonnay, but if Malbak is on the menu bring out the cancer for the sake of showmanship and flavor whose moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don glassed. I'm Yale Cassandra.

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"ganic" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on I'll Drink to That! Talking Wine with Levi Dalton

"Oxygen carbon dioxide and water actually, the weathering of rocks is one of the major sinks for carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. So that weathering process actually takes require CO two. And then builds it into the the structures of the minerals that it forms their lots of really great papers on how plate tectonics the building of new rocks in their eventual weathering does control global climate change on him millions to tens of millions of your skill. If I were to understand better about what mother rock or bedrock. Is these AVI soil, what is the relationship because I think a lot of people who have studied geology understand this idea that there's layers of soil there's topsoil and that there's bedrock. But I feel like. When conversation start it's often unclear which one they're talking about. Absolutely. That does get really confusing. So in the simplest sense, if we're talking about a soil that is a residual soil again to to use that term again. So we're talking about a residual soil. We're talking about a soil that is formed by the degradation of the bedrock. And so you can imagine kind of from the bottom up. So from the bedrock up to the surface that rock is kind of weathering and breaking down and forming that mineral component. But then if we look from the top down so from where there's poor Ganic life and stuff on the surface of the earth, that's contributing air and water, and organic matter that are kind of mixing with the bedrock below and as those two processes happen coming from opposite directions, they're going to create different layers. So different stages of the breakdown of the bedrock and the formation of soil..

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"ganic" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List

Beyond the To Do List

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List

"So the metaphor at least for the uninitiated seems to really work because it's like, oh, yeah. This is the underlying stuff that we never think and talk about and that's really where we need to go. I use it as a term of art, very literally like operating system the system by which we operate that you know in that. And that includes a lot of very living things. So that's you know, that's the way I like to think about it. But the OS is. Is incredibly instructive in terms of how we're going to end up working at what the culture's gonna feel like and all that kind of stuff. The word system is also used in organisms, you know, circulatory system, and I forget the rest rep respiratory system. All those things those are those are Ganic. So it doesn't have to be, you know, digital technology heavy with with the way people hear it. And the thing is that you're talking about rethinking things from the level down to being call it being an evolutionary organization something that volved something that's continuously in motion towards improvement. Yeah. The reality is that most organizations and most teams are so overwhelmed with the workload. And so kind of in a rut with the norms in the patterns of how they work that they moved from project to project effort to effort, you know, product product, but very rarely stop and change the way they work. It's not really something. We have permission to do. Often. It's certainly not something that we think about there's not a normal rhythm around it. And so, you know, I think that that idea of being evolutionary is really just about being influx. It's about accepting that not only are we working in the business, but on the business, and that's kind of a new identity for a team for leader to be you know, wearing two hats sensually. The show is also brought to you by text expand her if you've ever listened to the show before you know, that one of my main tools to use is text expand..

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"ganic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Tighten up our infrastructure. Let's cover canals. So they don't evaporate. Let's get the pipes leaks fixed. And there are lots and lots of things like that. We can do. I wanna talk about this people often tell me well isn't blank the answer or Ganic food local food GMO's new trade subsidies, new farm bills. And yeah, we have a lot of good ideas here, but not any one of these is a silver bullet. In fact, what I think they are more like silver buckshot love silver, buckshot, you put it together. And you've got something really powerful. But we need to put them together. So what we have to do. I think is invent a new kind of agriculture that blends the best ideas of commercial agriculture in the green revolution. With the best ideas of organic farming and local food and the best ideas of environmental conservation, not have them fighting each other, but for the have them collaborating together, but this is hard to get people to focus on a problem. That's that's like not in their face. It doesn't seem so urgent. Well, I think a lot of folks would argue that you know, we're fighting millions of years of evolution. That's homeless thousands of years of history is civilized humans. That tells us that we should be out there exploiting resources. So we could survive to the next day. Yeah. But if it meant using a little more soil or a little more land or grabbing a few extra animals to eat that was her job. I mean, we went from all of human history, we were basically insignificant compared to the size of the earth. And now suddenly in one generation or so we've flipped. It around. Now, humans are bigger than the earth our appetite for resources is bigger than what the earth can actually provide. That's never happened before. So we're trying to get as smart as possible in a generation or two to undo millions of years of revolution in thousands of years of history..

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"ganic" Discussed on WeHeardWhat?!

WeHeardWhat?!

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on WeHeardWhat?!

"So how would you define a successful partnership between a blogger, and a brand I think that it's a why think at this point at the beginning. Are you talking like because I feel like they really are long term partners. There are people that are there brands that you're working with that you have and they renew the contract with right? That's great. That's the contract is renewed for a second year shots Fiji. And. Yeah, no. I think it's when you're you have like deliverables at you're supposed to do to adhere to a contract. But you're also weaving them into your Ganic story like everything's being completed in a timely manner. The brand is happy. You're happy. You've been a pleasure to work with. I mean more. So now than not like I'm following up with brands after the fact, and I'm saying how was your experience with working with me? And is there anything you would have liked to see differently and especially in the beginning of my career. I definitely didn't always handle myself. So the most professionally and have learned. Along the way, you know, how to do that better? So I think you know, that was also I was growing up all doing this. So it was growing pains as well. But I think if a brand can only speak highly of you after you work with them, and they've seen return on their investment in a certain to a certain extent that that would really be successful partnership. I agree. And ultimately, it's a relationship that you're creating right? And if you are a delight to work with and if you guys have great report, I would say that I've really even built my own career is just based on relationships, and like people want to be wanting to work with you guys. And yeah agents don't always have the best rat. No, we're not an I actually like you. You also have to play bad cop. Negotiating a deal. Like, I'm you know, just the talent. Even though I'm not because I'm so involved in every other part of the conversation. But you know, you have to come in and be like, all right? We'll these are the fees or used to bring down the deliver wills and you have to play bad cop with the brands too. So I feel like for you. I mean, I feel like you've totally seen the relationships better by leaving. Absolutely. Well, that and also I mean, I think you just have to be it's the art of the negotiation. Right. I think that everybody has about the art of the negotiation because I think people would be really interested in hearing. How you negotiate all my this is my favorite part of this business. Okay. Here all the tips and tricks negotiating a contract. I think and in my mind, everything is negotiation..

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"ganic" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on KCRW

"Is the Hinault cab, boo. And we're growing that by request for Travis let at mountain, and then we grow the standard purple top turn up, which is probably your spiciest turn up. I would say the scarlet are in the middle the Tokyo seek os are the mildest. Okay. And then why grow so many turnips? Are they good for the soil, and they just good for you? You just like them. We have a great market for him. The restaurants love them. It's the first sign that fall is coming the greens are fabulous. So you can just simply saute them. And that's part of your meal is well, you get your greens and your roots? And they're one of my favorite fall vegetables. How do you cook yours way cut ours cover in olive oil and roast them as long as they're cooked cooked them like a potato, and when you can stick a fork in him, they're ready, and you have to peel them at all. No. We don't feel we wash him. Sometimes there are Ganic little soils. Good grit, low grad. Yes, sir. No. We just rinse them off. Okay. So you've got the four kinds of turnips. You've also got lots of other interesting routes, and you've got your concord grapes over there. Tons of stuff. We have several kinds of radishes little baby. Sure, he me Dicon are French breakfast. Radish new radish this year, the Bacchus which is a beautiful purple radish gorgeous to look at you get hungry. Just looking at it. And then our mustards are out. We're all over the place. We have broccoli apples. Yeah. Right. Saudi Arkansas black. It sounds like a.

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"ganic" Discussed on The Queen's Court

The Queen's Court

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on The Queen's Court

"Also fat. Organic and gore Ganic on let's say. I'm also finding out that demeanor and demeanor are the same thing. Also, I'm finding that that you can eat an Earnshaw or orange. What if you got a little pause if you urge our own? I'm also fanning out there Queen latifah's name. It's not Queen Latifah. It's Queen Latisha. Oh. And when you have when you have a, you know, how you have a vision, you don't you know, how you visualize is visualized. And the last word of the night. Bill is puts his foot six years. Two feet. General missile fears in the house. What's been going on girl? Just working staying out of trouble trying to keep my head above water like everybody else so feel semi invoicing that I got your child on. I don't know how many how much I work like a slave. Let me tell you you should mean like last week in flew me out here. Mississippi. I'm gonna have to call in the mar. Oh, you're about how far stay all my. Tree Bill drama as me on MTA's out here. Babe. I don't know nothing about these. You know, nobody. Traded ever took you back here when he was doing trade things. Now ain't always been no. Oh, yeah. I was getting the flame. So tonight, we have an array of things that we're gonna talk about on on the court ledger. For me. Was working mass spirit. The most on this court ledger is Caitlin. Jim. What is Caitlin doing? Caitlyn? Jenner is tonight. She's being charged with being a dumb, rich, white ho. But now you out she wants. She. Abras governor you came in with the voters when you want my house you brought the boat of spirit with you. Yeah. The voter spirit, Dan when I saw you I saw govern. It's all over. I was like governor so field. But really wanna really go through. Now, you feel like that Trump? Did you got? Supporters winners. Trump supported a lady we told you this from the dome. You went listen. Okay. From USA today. You sit strong hands. We're talking about. We also wanna talk about Megan Kelly making. With all time rag net, Megan Kelly pregnant, Megan Megan good. We're going to talk about the Titanic to. Wanna make another ten same, Robin. Boom in two thousand twenty two okay. Mr. moves and tissue paper bag. Mama's gonna miss you..

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"ganic" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Ganic memories. You have a I'm not mine say my ass. You know, mine show that somebody else was trying to actually harm me. But if the camera wasn't on anybody could tell a story and all of a sudden, it's my word against them. This person gets even if that person doesn't get punished they get to go away Scot free for for for doing something hateful in. That's what we see more and more people saying saying are you ready to give up your privacy? I'm like are you ready quid fucking with me because well until Lynn, I'm ready. I'm ready to sacrifice a little bit. Because that's the irony of it. All you know, we gotta have his out there. Well, the privacy. You have is early giving up. You have a social security number, right? Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. You're you're already in the system. I've friends so. Rhody being tapped if somebody wanted to tap, you got you a long time ago, they're talking about cameras, and you laptop some somebody out there. See me Jack off. I'm just saying how it is beyond down the best comedy out. Yeah. Yeah. I hope you had a good time. In fact, somebody came by let me cut this shit off give that man his privacy when we don't want to see that. But on the reason why that privacy is sacrifice and some people accept it more. Look, I don't want this -ociety either everybody sees every move. But at the same time privacy's bending being interrupted by other people is lot of people treating shit like the Nazis, man, they stopped normal people out there. They stop by the people of color in demand. They had this entitlement where they demand I need to know every bit of information about you. And we just saw that not long ago that that that guy tried to get into his own apartment in that woman was blocking him and win let him in. Because for some reason even though he had all access to to even his apartment. She felt like he should not be there. Keypad there. Can sign. In my building. Get out my way. Okay. Bring you don't say that information. So excuse me and comfortable. Okay. You all up his space, and you. Your comfort in. Weaponize in how whiteness again, and these people know the funny thing is they are whether you realize it or not it's the typical get off the sidewalk while I'm walking situation. You know, I have the right away have dominance over you realize. That's what it is. But that is exactly what it is. Unless reverse it in. Here's here's here's the weird part of it less reverse the roles now on us myself because I'm a non threatening black, man. But ours you if you were away. Imagine this thank about this. What if one using 'cause he's bigger than me? What is had stopped that woman at the door and said, I demand to know your -partment number our demand to know your personal information. So I can know you belong here. And she'd be like, so what you can rob me later a bust in raped me. And at the police came in the police would say that you were salting her, of course, because of how you look, and it's a safe thing..

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"ganic" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on KGO 810

"But you could send your ganic statute location that's the term that i use it's called the organic statute that's the law that created the agency and the dodd frank law created the agency there it is in the so this thing is going to the second they shut that database down every turn state attorney general has standing to file a suit i mean this looking for youth and his unnecessary visit all unnecessary it's a functioning database it's doing good works on behalf of consumers and if as republicans say they are all about protecting consumers they just didn't like the way it was happening before well then put up an actual argument that says this is not an efficient and effective way of doing it that's not what they're doing instead what they're saying is we just don't like it it's you know we we just so and and that's their whole argument and and that's not a good argument to be honest now this stuff gets so wonky an esoteric that it's hard for civilians to keep up with equal rights and that's what republicans are counting on the fact that this is all very dry and very bureaucratic and people aren't going to pay attention but what's important here is you had an agency that was looking out for us that return more than twelve billion dollars and when you start taking the tools away from it all you're doing is endangering consumers and making them pray once again for predatory financial firms unbelievable david lazarus seriously great work as always thank you so much for your time coming on the show la times consumer confidential follow him on twitter at david last david lazarus great to talk to you thanks for coming on today thank you.

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"ganic" Discussed on We're No Doctors

We're No Doctors

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on We're No Doctors

"Farms and suppliers with our ganic produce responsibly raised meats and seafoods so you're not getting a lot of you know garbage and chemicals in your food and meets it was amazing and i cannot i still cannot believe i made this stuff and i made it well i was like it's a bummer that i'm single i had no one i have no one to share this with but i'm super proud of myself everything is premeasured premeasured easy to prepare and it took like less than thirty minutes like i think all their stuff is like thirty minutes top so there's something for everyone's health journey and and if you're busy i'm not busy but if i was i would still be able to do this in like thirty minutes it was amazing it was also really exciting just to come home and have a gigantic box of food and it's packaged you know with with a cool box like none of the stuff goes bad and god it was like christmas coming you know when you come home and you have an order you know something that you ordered online and it's they're waiting it's like an adult version of christmas so go to sun basket dot com slash no docks today to learn more and get thirty five dollars off your first order that's pretty good at sun basket dot com slash no docks and odio see as for thirty five dollars off sun basket dot com slash no docks enjoy.

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"ganic" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"Just fruits and vegetables but our ganic fruits and vegetables it's also pre and probiotic it boosts your immunity it has antioxidant power and again it's real foods not extracted from anything until take a scoop put it into water or your favorite shaker smoothie it's easy and does taste great you are going to love the stuff it just gives you more energy you feel better with all those vitamins and minerals flowing through your system it also protects you from scurvy oh that's it's twenty eighteen and i don't want you to get scurvy no you don't want scurvy imagine the embarrassment if you're the only person on your block with scurvy think about this think about your at the doctor's office and you found those symptoms that you had over the and just draw a line nope nope ono the scurvy scurvy yeah i have that i have that because i don't get fruits and vegetables in my diet go to brickhousechad dot com try field of greens today get ten percent off a month supply with the offer code pat and avoid skirving brickhouse pat dot com that's brickhouse pad dot com you're listening to pat gray unleased valu pat on twitter at pat unleashed and send him your thoughts using the hashtag tell pats please radio network at grade is here on the blaze radio network all mark zuckerberg testifying before the senate committee yesterday his wealth increased by two point six billion dollars oh my gosh.

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"ganic" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I guess you'd i guess steelworker i guess you have to pay those people representing the oval office i guess they don't matter much to use they matter to have brian ganic come back to batter to him turn the kind of a cottam either children will be going into he's worried about choya tried the key to america's future is back home which we produce it's the quality of education system it's what are we do about artificial has he ever met the chinese leaders mentioned it but he's thinking about a 1966 kind of retro great that unfortunately is actually become reality bryant let me ask you to know with regard to the workforce uh steel aluminum will probably benefit in the short run i don't know how much i'm a little sceptical but but but you know the getting subsidies and price hikes will translate the prophets insurer but what about the car business we said earlier what about the you know autos are going to get slammed price goes up every single thing boeing aircraft the airlines going to get slammed energy companies use a lot of steel infrastructure companies use a lot of steel aluminum uh you know your companies and uh pepsi and cocacola use a lot of aluminum unas cancemi brand you know the one side the smallest group's going to get the benes and then the larger groups may suffer severe consequences and i just wonder with respect to 2018 trump goes around the campaigns that i know we will and i mostly like his message but not always specially here you know he may win one but he may lose a lot yeah i mean but again remember prison obama put some carrots president bush puts of tara yes i also think for him he's it this is a little bit of putting the world on notice he serious serious event leaked by the way he has not done anything yet as you mentioned he did not previously advisers try trump style which is not a good one not briefing everyone getting on the same page with a message can telling his communications division that's a problem we're almost two with by now but now when he you know the word is he's considering reentry the tpp we're in a round which satellite which i like we're in the.

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"ganic" Discussed on That Awful Sound

That Awful Sound

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on That Awful Sound

"I can't come out anymore ganic kidnapped yeah well this song really i mean of jump in slightly ahead but the song is supposedly about free will or like determined ism hard determined ism which is you know like the idea that everything is set in motion the end is going to fulfill a specific order of events which yet totally this song really just explores this idea and fleshes it out and it's just it's just like candy for the mind are we human or are we dancer the ageold question dancer not dancers and i never noticed that tori now literally never noticed that yeah i already thought this song was stupid i already hated this song when i thought it was are we human or are we dancers it's are we human or are we dancer goddamn hits out his awful fucked brandon flowers like that was a choice yeah do a reserve hardcore georgia i point eight that he had to like the fight in the media about these lyrics i found several articles where he was like doing p r furthest lyric just that the absence of the s g s yes like some people have criticised this podcast saying like how can you do with a three hour episode onlympics gets break stuff but there were entire articles written about one line of this song like this pug as we're going to this episode we're going to cover a lot about this song adjacent features of this saw no entire articles entire rolling stone articles entire mtv dot com articles entire n m e articles were written about this lyric a if it's are we human or are we dancer like this like this is the spectrum on which we all exist you know you're either you're either a human or you're you're either human or your dancer or somewhere in between yeah you know this is the gist and those of the yeah your human dancer ord ted danson there you go.

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"ganic" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on WCHS

"He's a he's practically let the big tab young he's playing with them like like the little mouse has faith in this person the one thing we can say with i has done a topping little boy something we couldn't say about the elegant sip in that we had before is that this man love for this country is like ganic and went somebody love their country that pecan he added time that that we aren't this so much trepidation adnew we can trust that he's a companies even if we cannot follow his pattern because that's the whole point of him being unconventional heat ainu companies will died and two two what's best for us and if you allow me one more thing he's he's okay i'll work with the democrats could noticed he's a variety of made it all proving that is his own imitations ahey said all of this is uh a giving and giving toy what building the wall so he's saying i don't care what happens in between will work it out we'll have a good quite but we're going to build that wall and that's the most necessary because we have to start somewhere and republicans i'm dying day humiliated here like how can we need little worse working for this all my my thing here comes this guy who's neither or a he he's just bohunice all and he's getting things done and i think we need to have faith in this in this individual dr anne van is a mot bent certainly different take on the news of the day but you know the news of the day is worth just back the news that the uh i hope you're right i hope you're right are truly truly truly do i hope there is a method behind the madness here um you know i support the guys my president i uh i got all kinds of problems with congress uh right now but i hope you're right i hope he's uh he's playing this odds you're fly out of the book uh the art of the deal i hope that serb the case and thank you very much for the call one eight six six ninety redeye that's eight six six nine zero.

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"ganic" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"ganic" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

02:54 min | 4 years ago

"ganic" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Be that he's read them his ganic play let me get that on the planet man of the that is the new in a product maker figgy come up saturday avenue on cloud nine donald another liberalism trouble again we now know women are we gonna see you may know about now we we we inaba in hand however youth dream adam you not as you can anybody gone it whereas eminem coming inbound hope any which we i was so they signal have you ever had wanna do philippine of his ganic let me check that on the planet yeah no man's e v unease in a practice make a you come up on had any will on cloud nine on the golan the other liberalism nona women with your own liam you in all about cholera we we take in the governor's good two two samsung says he fundraisers family bruce now day for friday june name go the camera l mcdermott now camera to thirty one you go you the made long island you've described by the new york post who the property trust fund chewed and like most prep you trust fund queued you've got a sense of entitlement medium stereotyping boone i think preppy trustful include a thinks coiled weaker suits of entitlement now i'm it may be generalised tripp schwenk me not all be this way bush cameron l mcdermott he actually leave he definitely had to be titled with the carmen mcdermott is sexual deviant ladies and gentlemen earlier this year he would arrested for a bunch of bizarre public glued new cases on long island was run down rap sheet why don't we we chairman was crossdressing approaching women and exposing himself in one incident can remain dormant wearing a black we'd black yoga pants in lipstick and he allegedly approached.

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