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"hamer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:46 min | 3 weeks ago

"hamer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Just like the civil rights movement. We wanted to make sure that minorities had the same rights as everyone else, that they weren't being targeted or discriminated against. We want to apply that same civil right inside the womb. He draws a parallel between his law and the work of civil rights leader Fannie Lou Hamer, who in the sixties fought for voting rights for black Americans. Is this America? The land of the free and the home of the brain. Alive be threatened daily. Because we want to live if Ethan human beings in American when this bill came up, you talked about Fannie Lou Hamer. Can you walk me through that? Why bring her into the conversation of this bill? Well, because family murder is one of our civil rights activists in Mississippi history, and she actually was the victim of a forced sterilization back in 1961. So what you had back in the sixties were instances where black women when they went to the doctor to receive needful operations or surgeries without being told Many African American women were just paralyzed by the physicians, of course, who were white at the time. And, of course, she spoke out about that, in terms of civil rights, you know that bike women Obviously we would never be treated that way. But African American women in Mississippi were treated that way. What you're talking about with Fannie Lou is really different from abortion. Like what? Happen to Fannie Lou Hamer was horrible. It was a forced sterilization that was done without her consent. What's happening in Mississippi with black women going to get abortions? Is that they are opting to do this surgery that they have. Full agency to make the decision of their bodies. And so it's like two completely different things that you're wrapping into one and I would also say that Fanny is revered because she fought for the right for black people in Mississippi throughout the country to be able to vote. And no. If you think about voting is really about choice. I don't want to put words in to Fannie. Lou Hamer is mouth, but I would say that someone who works as an advocate to give people choice. I find it unlikely that she would be for a bill that was about taking choice away from a black woman. Well, I guess it depends on which black woman you're talking about is that the mother that seeking the abortion is of the black, unborn child that is being aborted. For Michelle. Twisting civil rights history into Joey's law is a part of a wider strategy to broaden the anti abortion movement. So it's inconvenient play because it's never played, But that's like we apologize. Let's have a truth and reckoning. Look at what we did. We are so sorry in what we did to you. It's never that, but instead it is then this rhetoric around abortion, she says. This rhetoric and the laws that inspires have been key in limiting access to abortion. Because the anti abortion movement is one that while we've seen the efforts to do way as a whole, for the most part to play book has been To chip chip chip chip away such that Roe v. Wade doesn't need to be overturned. Instead, there will be the million blows and strikes where the right essentially becomes meaningless for the majority of Americans who don't live in New York or California, or can't get onto a plane to go to Mexico or Canada. Abortion opponents don't just want to chip away at Roe. They hope that is these laws get challenged. One of them will go all the way up to the nation's highest court. So the U. S Supreme Court had a chance to hear a case about this from Indiana. But they let a ruling stand that tossed out the ban on abortion based on race. Do you hope the Supreme Court will have another go with this? I would love that. But we've been arguing for all along There's in the pro life community is that this ought to be a state State decision. We're not claiming that all abortion should be banned out, right? We're just simply saying that the Roe v. Wade put a one size fits all across the whole country, not to be the case. The argument you just made was that this is like, basically states rights, and whenever I hear state's rights, it sets off an alarm bell to me because You know, I mean, at the root of the state right question comes slavery. The idea that, like different states can put different values on different lives, and that with the federal government is supposed to do is maintain a fair balance for everybody. I understand the argument and you're going to continue having that I think until and unless the Supreme Court says, Look back in 1973 we overstepped. This is really an issue better reserved to the state to Maria. Let 50 states determining the territories determined how they want to handle this particular issue of When life begins and to the rights of the mother outweigh the rights of the unborn or vice versa. And it's a very sticky issue, and I certainly don't envy the judges or justices that will be hearing these cases. That's state. Senator Joey filling gain from Mississippi Way also spoke with U C. Irvine law professor Michele Goodwin. Our story was produced by the roly price. This idea of whose rights matter more. The mothers or the fetuses isn't just about abortion, and as courts weigh in on it, there could be big consequences for pregnant people. So we have cases of women.

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"hamer" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:31 min | Last month

"hamer" Discussed on WTOP

"Honda 6 45 to Frank Hamer hand. Well, look who's in first place in the NFC East. After a 41 16 victory at the Dallas Cowboys. The Washington football team is in first place. That's who. Antonio Gibson three rushing touchdowns on the ground first player to do that have three touchdowns on Thanksgiving since Randy Moss back in the day. So impressive company for Antonio Gibson also Alex Smith, the touchdown throw to Logan Thomas Montas Sweat a pick six off of Andy Dalton. Dominating fourth quarter washing football pulls away 41 16 victory and again at four in seven first place in the NFC East at least until Monday night, when the Philadelphia Eagles play next up for washing football. Undefeated Pittsburgh Steelers who may or may not play this Sunday because of Baltimore Ravens have had an outbreak of coronavirus. The latest report has star quarterback Lamar Jackson testing positive, so there are many players testing positive for the Ravens. Can they make this game happen on Sunday, still very much up in the air. To Shawn Watson threw four touchdowns through the Air 41 25 victory. Houston over the lines in the noontime game. I'm Frank and Randy B t o P Sports still ahead, we'll talk to CBS is Margaret Brennan 6 46 have cold launched the Capital Grid Project to build a stronger, more reliable and resilient energy grid project provides safe and reliable energy in a modernized system that can better withstand unforeseen events. Such a severe storms. You will also support renewable energy and economic development across the district..

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"hamer" Discussed on The Two Of Us

The Two Of Us

05:42 min | 4 months ago

"hamer" Discussed on The Two Of Us

"I I'm going to go for it and a big benefit. Their partners else is. GonNa have a point. That's a worry. There is something about that. Though isn't that if you're not the headline not to no way in the whole evening. To do your thing so that one of the reasons you like it or is it the fact that there's a new audience they weren't expecting you and you just might blow their minds. Are caught doing nude. She's well share that with Tim rose by says if he's done a GIG and he's not pissed somebody off threes now. He's not done it right A and not as somebody whose opinion treasure. My he doesn't miss a trick that does eaten. so We're we've resigned generation ALGORITHM SO. I was getting in above right before able to. And Yeah. Something I. OUGHTA partner. Pouch WanNA, pick it long kroger and there's A. There's everybody's welcome but some simply really steps up to play on that real quick paper. In that will chip but at the end of the entity so I want you to read a poem before you got is interested in called book. Tim. Says that. Leads from the page when he's doing a geek. Because got regional accent. Raping a Pie. Cancel. Now it's all. but. Legendary really in adult rate from the Pike. So a now mccombs. Of what I think I'm going to thirty. One. I'm just flicking through the book which is exactly what I said you should never ever do. So a this as is the upon the the the I I'm already. When I apply on a picket on. during the June that he spirit the National Gallery and it was a out the coalition government but the source tape Tapelu. Government Dunk change that assigned label and went to the sign school. and whatever you say about them by all ACC, lost act. It's the fin veneer that sewing salting. Nate's ally so Decisions Deeply Still, there are consulting their case stakeholders the full between the KOI unloved unlucky, unfortunate undeserving poor. They'll play no real part the big debate. Do the hands sleet so much more to motivate them whilst the have nots apparently need saw much less. Headed we get ourselves into this sorry state and can we trust the ones you say that they'll extract from this mess? Seems to be one fundamental fight will flow a massive fault line in their master plan. They want it. Both ways wants to get well in the good times and the bad. By want you with your head down working for the man. They want to stop you sparring you've been had. Whilst those want for nothing. More. So now, we've government clever not. Go saw a melody very nicely. Thank you out of boom and bust. So ask yourself what does it signify? Is the, a nasty accident orbit trial of trust. The fact is, this is something that we've seen before. This is a class act as what this is. This Is Wall fantastic and care. And You perform perform because it's not. Perform because before me makes sound like it's not real. And Israel. You know I made that when on the picket line it's like. Another. Is Lack of funding analogy but so much rallying the troops and you know you say this is war. So it is like that it's not just about the will hopeful. Smart Yeah. You know we're not giving up the fine. So I have to say thank you so much for sharing that. With us. More. Pleasure. I would say that the thing that to take away from that is. Solidarity is the thing. Standing we people you might not necessarily be the Siamese, but you're part of the sign saying. That we need to look across and understand what's the might. Be Different, there's a common interest. And if you find that class then okay. Fair. Enough You know I'm not a Marxist. Do believe in class politics potent that we stand together irrespective of differences solidarity that work. Thank you thank you so much for saying that? I think he's so much. Show the wonderful music you can have as by Gavin Brian. If you like the show, please subscribe this plenty of emphasis listen to the good news stable..

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Director Alex Hammer on Expecting Amy

Extension 720 with Justin Kaufmann

03:32 min | 4 months ago

Director Alex Hammer on Expecting Amy

"This weekend showcase with an interview with Alex Hamer. He directed and edited, expecting Amy the new, many docuseries comedian Amy Schumer, who went on tour after learning that she was pregnant. You join Amy and her husband, chef Chris Fischer. From the beginning of her rocky pregnancy to the birth, all as she travels across the country, making others laugh. She's very funny, but what I thought we were going to see was, you know Comedy on stage. It would be like a Chris Rock special or Dave Sopel special, but it's not so much being funny on stage. Is it her being a person who's funny on and offstage but you're mostly looking at her backstage and in her personal life, right? Yeah, I mean, it starts with her creating are developing a special that you want to film them along the way she finds out that she's pregnant while she's on a 40 city tour, So it's always a curveball and like trying to develop her stand up special when she's working on on the road. And and increasingly becoming more and more pregnant, becoming sick because of that, because, uh, lucky symptoms coming from that she goes through a very difficult pregnancy. She cannot keep food down. And sometimes in the toilet minutes before she goes on to stage and Can you and seems to kill on stage, right? I mean, you were there was her comedy Good every night. Yeah, I think later on in the theories talked about like she can always perform regardless of how she feels, because it's something that you kind of drop into. And it all looks like spend. Ah, how you're feeling because you're in a different zone and become very clear with a lot of performers I think go to got to. Yeah, I turned it on. You know, I thought that was one of the more interesting observations about it, she said. You sometimes forget What you're doing is making people happy. What you do is we could hear them laughing. You go. Okay, that's working. Or maybe that's not working. And then you refine your your act as you work your way through, Say, a tour. But it's not like you're going up there. Philanthropic Lee trying to make people happy, It's a job you're doing. You're doing it as well as you can. Oh, and by the way people laugh when you do your job. Well, that's part of my citizens. Isn't that fascinating? Yeah, I think that a lot of people who you know is it is work. Any kind of entertainment is a lot of work to really home here on your craft and instruments. Forget like what you're bringing to an autumn because you're so focused on making something perfect. Not to name drop because I can't but only recently talked to Barry Manilow. Barry Manilow had a new album coming out this year, and he and the New York Times he and I talked about this, he said. I don't have fun. When I'm up there. I'm trying to deliver something. And I'm always cognizant of how I'm doing. And when I'm done if you enjoyed it, I'm happy about that. But, um I enjoying the music up there the way you are. No, I'm working on my job. Yeah, work. Really? And this was shot with a smartphone or smartphones. Is that right? On. It was a combination of like, basically whatever they could get their hands on a lot of really personal footage from her husband, Chris, and then they brought on somebody that he's been working with on tour forever. Market special price You shot a large portion of it as well. Interviews backstage and in their home, So the Knicks of all types of Snap and grab type stuff. And it kind of worked for

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"hamer" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

This Day In Esoteric Political History

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"hamer" Discussed on This Day In Esoteric Political History

"Appreciated or anything you have to say the show you can email us this day pod at shemale dot com. There's also a contact form at this day pod dot. com. My name is Jody Avirgan thanks again for listening and we'll see Then Day as a matter. To own a town a beautiful to register. The become first class. And Up to Democrat Party is not tweeted now. Artwork. The landlord. Of. The brain. means. Telephones. Karlsruhe threatened..

"hamer" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:43 min | 8 months ago

"hamer" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"A model of the king junior and Fannie Lou Hamer and Ella Baker and you see that work in the soul of brother George hello it's all right so impressive was he on CNN then he shows up Sunday on cable news and what's his contribution there cut eighteen go well I think what we're seeing here is the ways in which the vicious legacy of white supremacy manifest and organized hatred green and corruption so what is he talking about what is he talking about you have this bad cop who kills an innocent man the country it's got to be like ninety nine point nine percent of the country unites around the the demand that this Sir police officer be charged in the horror of what happened to this African American gentleman it was horrific he's a human being and we talked I mean thought so anyway Cornel west talks about white supremacy the vicious legacy have supremacy manifest organize hatred greed and corruption who is he talking about what does have to do with the the the the murder the killing I'm George for this is what I mean it's it's like exploitation it's like the poor guy we don't even know that much about him as I did to learn more about him the good the bad and the ugly like all the rest of us nobody deserves to die like that isn't that the discussion but now apparently not go ahead we're dealing with moral meltdown and spiritual break down and the sad thing about this moment my dear brother Chris is that we are witnessing the collapse of the legitimacy of the leadership the political class the economic class book the professional class by the way in in a lot of nationalist populist Republican types use the same kind of language is all Marxist language political class economic class professional to were all broken down into various classes and that is done to divide and conquer as opposed to you know we're Americans we don't recognize class go ahead deeper crisis and so the the beautiful thing is forcing citizens or caring and concerned they're hitting the streets so you kill a black brother key to life no matter what color precious whizzing black white red yellow the.

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The unstoppable Fannie Lou Hamer

Retropod

05:10 min | 1 year ago

The unstoppable Fannie Lou Hamer

"She walked with a limp. She had a blood clot behind her eye from being severely beaten in Mississippi jail. Her name was was Fannie Lou Hamer. She was the youngest of twenty children born to black sharecroppers in Mississippi and in late nineteen sixty four for president Lyndon B Johnson was absolutely terrified of her why she was about to make make an appeal before the credentials panel at the Democratic National Convention. The potential implications were profound. Hamer represented the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party a racially integrated coalition of delegates Hamer wanted to challenge the seats of the current aren't all white democratic delegation from their state saying that they were in violation of the party's rules because they had systematically excluded excluded black citizens according to Time magazine. Johnson was worried that Hamer speech could offend the Southern Democrats whose votes he needed for reelection he wanted her silenced but Hamer had a following that rivaled that of Dr Martin Luther Author King Junior and she would not go unheard. Hamer was born in one thousand nine hundred seventeen in the Mississippi Delta. The share cropping system kept her parents in debt and without enough food to feed their twenty children in the Winter Hebrew tied rags on her feet because she often didn't have shoes. She started picking cotton when she was six years old. Aw Hamer started her civil rights work in nineteen sixty one after she was sterilized without consent during what it should have been a minor surgery she tried to register to vote in one thousand nine hundred sixty two but was turned away after she failed illiteracy literacy tests which were used in the south to discourage black people from voting the clerk asked Hamer complicated questions like interpreting the state constitution after she failed the test. She told the clerk she'd be back when Hamer returned to the plantation in that day. She was fired from her job but she wasn't defeated. Hamer became a student nonviolent. Coordinating Committee a community organizer and helped found the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party in reaction to the lack of integration in the state's Democratic Party party as a candidate from the party. She ran for Congress in nineteen sixty four against democratic incumbent Jamie L whitten at that year's Democratic Democrat National Convention. Hey made her way to the stage through a crowd of men who refused to make space for her other members of the civil rights movement including Martin Luther King Junior spoke but all eyes were on her. She then talked for thirteen minutes Mr Chairman and to could dentures committee. My name is Mrs Fannie Lou Hamer. She called for mandatory delegation an integration and recounted her experience trying to register to vote. It was the thirty first of all the night being the eighteen of US travel. Put the six miles the county courthouse in in the normal tried to register to become first. I player Hamer describes being arrested in beaten in Mississippi jail after white waitress at a rest. Stop refused her service. That's how she got the blood clot. All of this is own account. We won't be registered to become first-class. NFL Freedom Democratic Party is not beating not after her testimony humor and other other Freedom Party members discovered that Johnson a wildly tough politician had held a news conference so that national television networks could he cover her testimony live. She was livid but Johnson's efforts to silencer didn't work that that night in a hot Atlantic City Hotel Room Hamer and the rest of the country watched her testimony broadcast in prime time on the evening news news less than a year later. Congress passed the Voting Rights Act and at the nineteen sixty eight convention in Chicago. He became team the first African American to be seated as a delegate. She received a standing ovation.

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What Determines How Others See You

Curiosity Daily

09:22 min | 1 year ago

What Determines How Others See You

"Let's set aside some curiosity. It's not just how we look how we act that determines how people see us. So what does determine what people think of us researchers might have some hunches based on some ongoing studies? And one of those researchers is Vivian Sayas vigil rector of the personality, attachments and control laboratory at Cornell University, she's back for another edition of our mentality Mondays miniseries, with some insights in how researchers study first impressions, but more than that, she has some surprising information about exactly how subjectively people really see each other, what she told us might surprise you. You know, a lot of the work on. I and Prussians tends to focus on some people are for example, more attractive than other people or some people are just more like than other people are some people more trustworthy than other. That's what's called a target effect. Right. And the suction is, if we are given ten people were asked evaluate those ten people, the three of us are going to generally agree. That's the suction, and there is some consistency in our evaluations some, but it doesn't explain all of it, actually, and actually, if you can break down, how much is due to the target versus there's another source of what influences whether we like someone or not. And that's what's called a perceiver effect. So some people might think that everybody's attractive, or everybody's trustworthy. Right. So that would be a perceiver effect. And then there's what's called the interaction between the, the person that you're viewing the target and yourself, we can call this, like chemistry. I might. At like person, a more than person b and Ashley, you might like person be more than personal personnel. And what we know from some of the work is that in terms of first impressions of like who do you like what we're seeing is that twenty percent of the judgment is based on. We tend to agree that some people are more likeable than other people. Forty percent is a person effect. Some people are just like everybody and some people don't and then forty percent is sort of idiosyncratic. We have preferences, and our preferences aren't all the same and that accounts for forty percent of the variability. We'll say that one more time just so it sinks him in terms of first impressions about twenty percent of the time, we tend to agree that some people are just more likable than other people. Forty percents is a person effect as in some people just like everybody and others don't and the final forty percent is personal preference. That's a lot of percents. And to me. That is really interesting and also important, because I feel like we tend to simplify things again. Right. And I think we tend to think that just some people are more attractive. Some people more likable. Some people have it, and some people don't and that there's a little bit of truth to that. There are people who are more attractive in some people, we tend to agree somewhat but there's a lot of idiosyncrasy a lot of preferences. And we see preferences in almost every aspect of our lives. We don't all want to live in the same cities. We don't all want to live in the same communities. We don't all want to live in the same type of house. We don't all want to wear the same types of clothes. We don't all the same type of restaurant even if we go to the same restaurant, we don't all eat the same type of food. There are preferences. And so why wouldn't we have these preferences, when it comes to who we find attractive in who we want to hang out with, and who do we to be friends with? But it's a little bit complicated. It's harder to get a grasp of these interactions. And so. So we tend to focus on target effects, and I think there's some importance to target effects, but I think it doesn't present the whole picture and to me, find it really interesting that there is so much idiosyncrasy so much that when we're meeting someone, and we're making a decision, for example, do I want to be friends with this person? A person's saying, does everybody necessarily want to be friends with. I'm saying do I want to be friends with this person? Am I attracted to this person and there's a lot of personal preference in that? So that's one part of the first impressions work, one finding there that I'm really interested in. So would you say then that probably everybody is attractive and likable to somebody? I have not yet looked at that would I might expect is that yes, there's going to be, maybe I am hesitant say everybody. But the majority of people are going to be attracted to the majority of other people, I might also expect that so. Some people will draw more people to. And so I, I do think that there is some complexity to these analyses that we haven't done yet. Here's one takeaway from this research. Maybe don't worry so much about whether you're broadly likable, to other people all the time, and instead, just do your best to make a good first impression on the next person you meet. There's probably not a person out there who everyone likes, although to be fair. Patrick Stewart comes pretty darn close. Anyway, that was Vivian Sayas. The director of the personality attachment and control laboratory at Cornell University. You can hear her and lots of other interesting people on Cornell university's podcast series called, what makes us human it just backed up its fourth season, and their episodes are really interesting not to mention even shorter than ours. You can find links to that podcast and more in today's show notes, and you'll hear from professor science again next week one way to get someone to like you a whole lot more is by giving a gift from. Today's sponsor paints your life. That believe I know somebody that recently did this. I did. I got a portrait of my great grandmother, great, grandfather, and grandmother, as a baby turned into a painting for my mom for mother's day. And so when I called my mom on mother's day, and she had just opened her present. It was like she didn't even answer. The phone really is like the phone turned on. And then it was just her talking to my brother about how amazing it looked and comparing, you know, his facial features to like my great grandfather's facial features. And I was like, mom. She was so delighted and I just can't wait to go home for the holidays and see it up on her wall. That's super cool. 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Sure you can help your career by asking your experienced co workers for advice on the job. But you may wanna think twice before you ask multiple colleagues about something in the same way. You'd read a bunch of yelp reviews before you buy something online. Here's why when you ask someone for advice, you're creating a vulnerable interpersonal interaction and you're asking that person to spend time offering their thoughts in return your advisor might expect a level of control over the outcome. In other words, they might want to tell you what to do, even when you were just hoping to tap into the wisdom of the crowd by talking to a lot of people without ceding control to anyone when the advice giver, and receiver have mismatched expectations like this relationships can sour. So asking for advice is actually a risky endeavor getting multiple perspectives. Is even more risky, for example, for one study, researchers surveyed two hundred people who are asked. To recall a time when they gave advice. The researchers found the participants felt flattered when they were asked for advice, but they also felt less close to the person receiving the advice afterward. If their advice was ignored similarly, when compared to people who are asked exclusively for advice, people who are just one of many Astra advice were more likely to feel offended, and less likely to continue their professional relationship with the person seeking that advice to the researchers these two problems are clearly related asking multiple people for advice makes you less likely to take any one person's advice, which means you're advisor has less control and a higher chance of being ignored. So, yes. Crowds can be wise, but they can also be controlling even downright domineering, if you value your relationship with your advisers, only ask for their advice when you really think, might take it read about today's stories and more on curiosity dot com. 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The Psychology of Circles

Curiosity Daily

06:54 min | 2 years ago

The Psychology of Circles

"You can play along at home with our first story just draw a circle simple as that grab a piece of paper and something to write with and get to it this might sound weird. But you can actually learn quite a bit about someone's background from the way they draw circle. There's actual data and science behind this. So don't worry. We're not just talking about some pseudoscience handwriting analysis kind of thing. Okay. Did you draw your circle? Well, here are a couple of fun facts. If you're American there's an eighty six percent chance that you draw your circles counterclockwise. But for people living in Japan eighty percent of people draw their circles in the opposite direction. This data comes from November twenty sixteen when Google released in AI game called quick draw. It was kind of like the game pictionary you'd start to draw something and then Google's algorithm would try. Guess what you were drawing in twenty seconds or less courts. Use data from the game to look at one hundred nineteen thousand unique circles to see how different people draw them. They found that the direction that you dry. Your circle is quote linked to geography and cultural upbringing deep-rooted and hundreds of years of written language in significant in developmental psychology. And trends in education today, unquote, the clockwise and counterclockwise patterns, probably come down to language Japanese and Chinese writing follows a strict stroke order with characters drawn from the top left in the direction of the bottom. Right. A nineteen eighty-five study showed that most people living in China druthers circles clockwise, possibly because of the clockwise strokes in semi cursive, Chinese calligraphy stroke order is so important in these countries, it can even signal your level of education on the flip side Americans are taught to draw shapes counterclockwise to prep their motor movements for what's called magic see letter formation as in the curve in the letters C G Q and oh test this out on your friends. And see what happens weirdly, my initials are c g and I just drew a circle, and I started at the bottom and did it clockwise. That's so weird. I know. Well, I I can't do it now because I'm too aware. I hope everyone knew drew a circle drew a circle before. I started talking if you dislike being cold as much as we do. Then you come to the right podcast because we have some tips from the world of physiology to help you understand how your body stays warm in the wintertime, or you know, whenever it's cold as reported by exercise physiologist, John Eric Smith for the conversation. Your blood does a lot of things while it's coursing through your body. It's carrying nutrients and oxygen and other important stuff. And it also brings heat produced in your muscles to your skin where it gets released when it gets cold around you your body moves blood to your torso to keep your vital organs warm at the same time. Your body sends less blood flow to your skin that means less heat makes it to your skin. Celeste heat gets lost here environment. This helps you hang on to your internal heat longer. You know, how you shiver and your teeth chatter when you get really cold that's because bodies cranking up your muscle activity to help you stay warm that movement actually helps you break down more nutrients to crank. Up your internal heat. People lose heat at different rates, depending on their body size body fat and metabolic activity to smaller people with less body, fat lose more heat than larger people with more body. Fat more muscle. Mass means more heat gets produced and more body fat works as an insulator. So there's less heat loss. So let's get into how you can stay warm, obviously, warm clothing as helpful like, a hat and coat and gloves. But believe it or not it's a myth that most of your heat escapes through your head. Remember how I said your blood rushes to your torso to keep in vital organs worm? Well, that's why a coat will do you a lot more good than hat. If you had to pick one of the other, you'll keep your limbs warmer. If you keep your torso warm since that'll help, you keep a steady blood flow something else, they can help you. Stay warm is being physically active doing jumping jacks or running around makes your muscles contract, which breaks down more nutrients, which dinner is extra heat, but layers of clothing and physical activity can tip the balance past what you need to offset heat loss. If that happens. Get an increase in body temperature. And your body will start sweating to try to cool down, and that's bad. Because then you'll deal with more heat laws when your sweat evaporates one more thing that can help you stay warm though, eating your body. Temperature will go up when your body is busy breaking down food. That's why if you go camping you may want to have a snack before bed. So you stay warmer while you sleep hope that helps us they warm this winter or next winter if it's warm wherever you are right now, we'll wrap up today with a trick to keep you from choking under pressure choking is the thing. Researchers have actually studied for years they've found that we perform better the more. We have to gain. But only up to a certain point when we have too much to gain. We tend to mess up. Even if we're doing something we do every day. In other words, we choke. You might get sweaty palms or even feel nauseous, but choking is mostly a mental affliction the potential reward or loss of reward distracts you from the task at hand and your performance level drops choking shows up on brain scans as heightened activity in the ventral. Stratum that's the part of your brain where you analyze risk and reward. So November twenty eighteen a team of researchers from the California Institute of technology published a study on how to change your thinking to stop from choking. They gave participants hand eye coordination tests, which came with rewards ranging from zero to a hundred dollars for successfully completing the challenge in some cases, researchers asked participants to reimagined their situation or use what's called cognitive reappraisal strategy. The reward structure didn't change, but they were told to imagine the reward amount in cash already sitting in their pocket as they perform the task, basically, they imagined they already had that reward and participants choked substantially less when they used this reappraisal trick than when they thought of themselves as striving for a prize MRI scans also showed that reappraisal reduced the amount of activity in that risk and reward focused ventral stratum. It's not a perfect fix reappraisal didn't prevent all choking. But for an easy purely mental shift. It was a surprisingly. Effective antidote. So the next time you're trying for a major reward whether it's the World Series or a lifetime supply of chicken nuggets. Just imagine. It's already yours. You're not trying to prove you deserve. Something new. You're just confirming you deserve. What you have in the first place. This ad free. Episode was brought to you by our patrons special. Thanks to Bob. 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Is there a difference between weather and climate?

Curiosity Daily

08:08 min | 2 years ago

Is there a difference between weather and climate?

"Do you know the difference between the terms weather and climate? It's an important distinction. If you follow science news, and we've gotten a lot of questions about it lately. So today, I've got you covered as reported by the conversation weather, basically refers to stuff happening, right? This second like cloud, cover and temperature. You know, the day to day conditions of the atmosphere. Climate is a more macro view. It describes the average atmospheric conditions over many years. In fact, the World Meteorological Organization says that figuring out a climate record. Takes a minimum of thirty years of data. This includes things like average annual rainfall overall direction of the wind or what time of year, you're most likely to see snow. Here's. An analogy that might help. It comes from Jennifer Fitchet, who's a senior lecturer in physical geography at the university of the Witwatersand. The climate is like your wardrobe. You got a winter coat and scarf, or when it's cold flip flops in shorts for when it's warm and everything in between whether is the individual item of clothing you choose to wear you change what you wear from day to day. If it snowing you put on boots, and if it's really hot you might wear sandals. The thing is everyone in the world doesn't have the same wardrobe. If you live right on the equator, then you probably don't have a winter coat, and that brings us back to weather and climate the conditions in one place are different from the conditions far away from wherever you are. Here's what that means for how we can understand climate projections and climate forecasts the weather forecast, you see on TV or on your phones weather app is there to help you figure out what to wear on the other hand climate projections. Tell you what scientists think the climate will be in forty fifty maybe a hundred years climate projections are a war. Warning that we might want to change up our wardrobe. Maybe we won't need such heavy coats. And maybe it's a good time to pick up some shorts or umbrellas or raincoats. There's no need to switch up your whole wardrobe overnight. Just take your time look ahead and plan and adapt and hopefully stay dry a sect is a real astronomical unit of measurement with cool origins. Yes. It measures distance not time. Yes. The term was used improperly in the original Star Wars. Yes. I will. Absolutely get to that in a few minutes. No, Ashley, you're not getting out of this one. I love Star Wars that I'm cost played Star Wars character. This is true. Well, we're all gonna love stores by the end of this. Here's the deal. One person is a quivalent to three points to six late years. That's nineteen trillion miles or thirty one trillion kilometers, if that seems excessive that's because it absolutely is. But when it comes to measuring astronomically large distances between. Objects that are beyond our solar system. Excessively large is just right. I said beyond our solar system, by the way for you to travel one parcel from earth. You would have to go from here to the sun and back two hundred six thousand two hundred sixty five times, I told you it was big the word purse that comes from two words Pera lax and our second para lacks describes when an object's location seems to have changed because your location changed. Astronomers use para lax to judge the distance of object in the sky, if you know, how far the earth has moved and you can measure how far the object moved across its starry backdrop you can judge distance. You actually use parallel to judge the distance of things all the time. You're too is see the world from slightly different angles, and your brain crunches, the numbers to tell you how far away everything is from you. The second half of Parsi refers to an arc second in arc. Second is part of a measurement of an angle. You know, how a circle is three hundred sixty degrees. Imaginer standing with a full view of the horizon around you if you sliced the horizon into three hundred sixty degrees each degree would be about twice the width of the full moon divide one of those degrees into sixty pieces, and you get the width of an arc minute divide. One of those up by sixty again, and you get an arc second. Putting it all together. A par sec is the Pera lacks of one arc second. In other words, if an object in the sky moves by one arc second when the earth moves by one astronomical unit. Then the object is one par cycle way to put that in perspective. Proxima centauri is the star. That's our closest neighbor, and it's one point three par away for more perspective the millennium falcon made the kessel run in twelve par sex, and I'm sorry pedants. But before you go criticizing stores for this, quote, unquote mistake, I you need to understand what the kessel run actually is you'll feed skip forward thirty seconds or so if you can't handle my nerdiness in Star Wars, Ken. In the kessel run is a route used by smugglers to transport in illicit substance from minds on the planet kessel through a region of space that belongs to the galactic empire. So it's an illegal smuggling route. And this route includes a cluster of black holes known as the Ma as you know, the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. So when Hans solo said he made the kessel run in twelve par sex. He was referring to his daring knish and piloting skills and the sophisticated computer on the money on falcon that he was able to use to navigate close to those black holes while not getting sucked in I was aware of this reading books from the Star Wars expanded universe. And I was a kid, but thanks to Disney. They are no longer canon. But they also address this in the twentieth. Eighteen films solo Star Wars story, which I still have not seen. But they address all of this after the movie happened. Does doesn't matter doesn't make just made it up afterward to make that line? Okay. To work. No, still works. That is art. That's how you craft a story. I think this is the biggest debate we've ever had in this. The kessel run. Obviously makes Cody happy, you know, who else is happy by most metrics Scandinavians, the annual world happiness report consistently rates the Nordic countries of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland among the top ten happiest nations. So today, we'll wrap up with some life philosophies from Nordic countries that might make you a little happier in your own life. I is hugging. The Danish concept of Hooda translates to something like coziness of the soul. It's the feeling you get when you're snuggled up under a blanket with a loved one drinking cocoa by the fire as a life philosophy. It's all about allowing yourself guilt free indulgences, especially when the world is dark and dreary anything from getting together with family and friends for a meal to spending time on your own reading a good book like from the Star Wars expanded universe to sand. The next philosophy is Logam logo is a Swedish word that roughly translates to just right or optimal. You probably heard the saying everything in moderation, including moderation. That's what logo is all about. Whether that's how much sugared add to a batch of cookies or how much of your life. You devote to your work. This philosophy urges a healthy balance. That doesn't swing too far in any direction and one other philosophy is see sue. It's a unique finish concept. That's about persisting through challenges until you reach the end the term roughly translates into English as a strength of will, determination perseverance and acting rationally in the face of adversity. It's not about courage in the moment. But the kind of courage that has to last over time after inspiration has sputtered out. And the real challenge has shown itself, you can read about these and other philosophies in our full right up on curiosity dot com and on our free curiosity app for Android an I o s but none of these pique your interest. Then you can always turn to fica. That's just another word for coffee break a new. Doesn't like coffee or breaks? Today's ad fiasco sewed was brought to you by our patrons special. Thanks to carry Greenwald. Anthony highland. Maximilian rate in Johnson and Julianne Gomez for your support on patriot. We really appreciate it. To learn more about how you can support curiosity daily, please. Visit patriarch dot com slash curiosity dot com. All spelled out. Join us against Moore for the award-winning curiosity daily. And learn something new and just a few par sex. I'm Cody Goth, and I'm Ashley Hamer, stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network.

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What is folie deux

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02:57 min | 2 years ago

What is folie deux

"You live with someone. It's common for a bug like a cold or flu to spread from one person to another, but mental illness believe it or not it's possible. Here's the scoop on the phenomenon it's technically called shared psychotic disorder. But is most famously known as fully ado, the first case of the condition was documented in the nineteenth century with a thirty something married. Couple named Margaret and Michael they shared a delusion that people were sneaking into their house at night spreading dust, dropping pieces of fluff and wearing down the souls of the couples shoes shared psychotic disorder. Most often affects people in very close relationships like married couples siblings, and parents and children. They're also usually socially isolated and a lot of the time. They have a pre existing mental illness. The condition has lots of different forms, but the most common and oldest known one is called fully impose AI or imposed madness. In that form, the more dominating person in the pair spreads his or her delusion to the more submissive person. And that person doesn't resist the ideas another version is called fully stimul- tahnee or simultaneous madness. That's where two people with deep connection both experienced the delusion at once luckily in most of these forms. The cure is simple just separate the two people when that doesn't work psychiatrists can resort to medication or electro convulsive therapy. But you know, what? We all tend to share mental eccentricities with others. And that's not always a bad thing as Esther Inglis Arkell of I o nine puts it quote. There are few old married couples who don't share eccentricities there are few families or even close friendships that don't require both people to work with various mental glitches of the other. We all go a little crazy for the other people in our lives unquote, commune just give Ashley round of applause for nailing. All this French pronunciations. Hey, I took French in high school I can't pronounce anything anymore, but I can sometimes understand it. And if we mispronounce something, please be gentle. We try our hardest. We do I can't at least guarantee that we spelled everything correctly. Enter full rate up on this on curiosity dot com and our curiosity app, Android NIO s that's all for today. But there's plenty more. You can learn about on curiosity dot com. This weekend this weekend. You'll learn about why you get pleasure from the misfortune of other people in ancient supernova that may have triggered a mass extinction on earth the humble that interesting origins of. Key lime pie the most addictive substances on the planet and more and don't forget to. Visit our Facebook page at Facebook dot com slash curiosity dot com. All spelled out to see what Ashley and I were up to at the consumer electronic show unless Vegas this week. You can also find exclusive photos and videos of our trip on our patriarch page at patriotair dot com slash curiosity dot com. All spelled out. Come hang out with us again Sunday on the award winning curiosity daily. And learn something new in just a few minutes. I'm Ashley Hamer, and I'm Cody gov. Have a great weekend and stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network.

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What is the Peter principle?

Curiosity Daily

06:47 min | 2 years ago

What is the Peter principle?

"You you ever ever felt felt like like everyone everyone in in the the world world was was completely completely incompetent incompetent at at their their jobs? jobs? He He to to break break it it to to you. you. But But this this might. might. Actually, Actually, be be the the case. case. That's That's according according to to the the Peter Peter principle principle your your favorite favorite principle. principle. You You may may not not have have heard heard of of this this kind kind of of cynical cynical and and kind kind of of funny, funny, but but kind kind of of logically logically make make sense sense it it does. does. So So the the Peter Peter principle principle is is simple, simple, and and it's it's also also the the name name of of one one thousand thousand nine nine hundred hundred sixty sixty eight eight book book by by educational educational scholar. scholar. Dr Dr Laurence Laurence j j Peter Peter the the Peter Peter principle principle says says that that in in a a hierarchy hierarchy like like a a government government or or a a corporation corporation every every employee employee tends tends to to rise rise to to the the level level of of his his or or her her incompetence. incompetence. Here's Here's a a different different way. way. Dr Dr Peter Peter put put it it rather rather than than the the cream cream rising rising to to the the top top the the cream cream rises rises until until it it sours. sours. It It makes makes sense. sense. If If you're you're good good at at your your job. job. You'll You'll be be promoted promoted if if you're you're not not good good at at your your job, job, you you won't won't people people are are rarely rarely demoted demoted regardless regardless of of their their job job performance. performance. This This means means that that an an employee employee will will keep keep getting getting promoted promoted until until they they reach reach a a position position they're they're not not fit fit to to do. do. Well, Well, since since they they do do poorly poorly in in that that position. position. They They don't don't get get promoted promoted to to a a higher higher one. one. So So they're they're stuck stuck being being incompetent incompetent at at their their job. job. This This principle principle may may sound sound tongue tongue in in cheek, cheek, but but it it has has sinister sinister implications implications in in the the real real world world from from transit transit delays. delays. Internet Internet outages outages to to oil oil spills spills and and rocket rocket explosions. explosions. How How many many of of the the world's world's errors errors come come down down to to people people rising rising to to the the level level of of their their incompetence incompetence companies companies have have come come up up with with a a couple couple strategies strategies to to come come out? out? This This some some have have adopted adopted an an up up or or out out strategy strategy where where they they periodically periodically kind kind of of cleanse cleanse their their company company of of people people that that aren't aren't advancing advancing up up who who so so there's there's some some ways ways to to deal deal with with this. this. But But I I don't don't think think it'll it'll ever ever have have a a perfect perfect solution. solution. It It kind kind of of seems seems like like it's it's just just the the nature nature of of things, things, unfortunately. unfortunately. Yeah. Yeah. Before Before we we get get to to our our last last story. story. 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Well, Well, that's that's because because there there is is one one team team population population of of FOX's FOX's on on earth. earth. And And today, today, we we have have the the story story of of the the Russian Russian geneticists geneticists who who made made it it happen. happen. Although Although there's there's one one question question this this story story won't won't answer. answer. Ashley Ashley is is it. it. What What does does the the FOX FOX say say darn darn it? it? While While you you got got me me Dmitri Dmitri K K beleive beleive was was a a Russian Russian geneticist geneticist who who wanted wanted to to treat treat the the evolutionary evolutionary pathway pathway of of domesticated domesticated animals animals by by trying trying to to domesticate domesticate some some FOX's FOX's specifically specifically silver silver black. black. Fox's Fox's he he and and his his intern intern traveled traveled around around to to different different FOX FOX farms farms where where FOX's FOX's were were being being bred bred for for their their for for and and they they took took away. away. Fox's Fox's that that showed showed one one key key trait. trait. Friendliness Friendliness around around ten ten percent percent of of the the FOX FOX is is in in these these cages cages had had a a week week wild wild response. response. Meaning Meaning they they were were docile docile around around people. people. They They ended ended up up with with about about one one hundred hundred thirty thirty FOX's FOX's for for the the first first generation generation of of friendly. friendly. Fox's Fox's and and when when they they had had cubs cubs the the team team hand hand fed fed and and pet pet the the little little foxes foxes for for a a strictly strictly measured measured period period of of time. time. The The friendliest friendliest of of the the FOX's FOX's went went onto onto breed breed the the next next generation generation and and so so on on and and so so on on by by the the fourth fourth generation generation of of friendly, friendly, FOX FOX litters. litters. The The researchers researchers started started noticing noticing dramatic dramatic changes. changes. Fox's Fox's were were wagging wagging their their tails tails eagerly eagerly looking looking for for human human contact. contact. And And licking licking the the scientists scientists like like puppies. puppies. And And as as the the generations generations of of foxes foxes were were getting getting fend fend Lear Lear and and more more dog dog like like they they were were changing changing physically physically to to not not only only did did they they start start making making different different vocalisations vocalisations than than wild wild foxes. foxes. These These FOX's FOX's also also developed developed a a more more delicate delicate appearance appearance with with fob fob ears. ears. Why Why didn't didn't heads heads shorter shorter legs legs and and Kearlier Kearlier tails? tails? In In other other words, words, these these foxes foxes were were just just getting getting cuter. cuter. The The team team had had successfully successfully created created a a genetically genetically distinct distinct population population of of FOX's FOX's which which remains remains the the only only one one in in the the world. world. And And with with intensive intensive selective. selective. Beating Beating the the team team had had compressed compressed a a thousands thousands of of years years process. process. And And just just a a few few decades decades that that taught taught us us quite quite a a lesson lesson in in evolution. evolution. Remember Remember selection selection is is only only based based on on tame tame ability. ability. But But the the FOX's FOX's changed changed in in their their physiology, physiology, anatomy anatomy and and behavior. behavior. Oh, Oh, and and if if you you wanna wanna FOX FOX the the friendly, friendly, FOX FOX operation operation is is still still up up and and running running you you can can import import one one of of these these FOX's FOX's through through an an agency agency in in Florida Florida for for a a cool cool eight eight thousand thousand nine nine hundred hundred dollars dollars give give or or take. take. 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Incredible Benefits of Leaving Your Phone Out of Your Bedroom, Stopping Time

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08:35 min | 2 years ago

Incredible Benefits of Leaving Your Phone Out of Your Bedroom, Stopping Time

"Today. You learn about what would happen if you could actually stop time, scientifically speaking, the incredible benefits of leaving your phone out of your bedroom and one of our favorite scientific discoveries of the year, a new world beyond Pluto. Let's discover some curiosity, you know, how some superheroes and super villains can stop time. Well, it turns out the real world effects of stopping time wouldn't be very practical. But there are pretty fun way. To learn about physics say I loved this article. Yeah. Me too. I loved writing it. I'm really big into time stopping because I played a lot of mega man to and I was little flash man is iconic. Really good music too. Yeah. Actually, you helps me with this article. 'cause I was like what's an example of a time where you stop time, and you're like mega man, I remember and then time stopped, and I thought to myself now is my chance. Anyway, good before we get into this. Let's define what we mean. By stopping time. We're talking about when you stop time for everything, but you of TV shows or movies where everything's frozen and a character walks around moving stuff, Adam Sandler and click Keanu Reeves in the matrix stuff. Like that will for the Stephen work you need to account for every molecule of fluid and air inside and outside of your body. If you're able to move around then we have to assume the molecules inside you can move around too. And if the air and the rest of the room stopped experiencing time, then every molecule would stay suspended precisely in the same location. So you wouldn't be able to move because you'd be trapped in a prison of air molecules. So let's say the time keeps flowing normally for the molecules near your body and beyond that time standstill. All right. Well, there's still a problem as you listen to this particles of light called photons are traveling at the speed of well, light, obviously into your eyes. You're also hearing this podcast at the speed of sound through. The air as pressure waves that eventually get your ears to vibrate. Your eardrums these stop time than all light and sound would stop to which might leave you instantly deaf and blind. Not super helpful, right? Okay. Let's say that any photons said it already been omitted from a source like a lightbulb your cell phone or the sun. Let's say that those photons got to keep traveling. Okay. Well, then you've got anywhere from a fraction of a second to a full eight minutes where you could still see, but we want unlimited time. So let's not stop it completely instead of stopping it. What if you slowed it to a crawl well that wouldn't work either? When he slowed down electromagnetic waves for light and pressure waves for sound you get waves of a lower frequency, but at a low frequency you'd hear sounds that dropped below the range of human hearing and light at a lower frequency moves into the infrared microwave and radio waves realm. So you wouldn't be able to see that either. In the end, maybe the ability to stop time is one of those superpowers in the. The be careful what you wish for category like reading thoughts and turning everything you touch into gold still who said science fiction can't help us. Learn about science today. Curiosity wrote about a new study, and we've got some really bad news. If you're a dicta- dear phone, oh, no participants in this study, you kept their smartphones out of the bedroom for one week showed a marks improvement in their happiness and overall quality of life. Wow. I'm not done. The also showed fewer signs of smartphone addiction, plus many of the participants reported that they slept better experienced less anxiety and improve their relationships more than ninety percent of the participants. Who did this said they might keep it up? I can't imagine being a person that would say they'd keep it up because I can't imagine being in person that would even do that. Okay. So I do have a suggestion for breaking the habit. Okay. And I learned in college that when you change a habit you have to replace it with something. Right. So you can't just stop doing a thing without replacing it with. Sure, obviously, you can swap out your phone for a book. It turns out that when you sleep after you learn something new you're able to remember it better later anyway. So if you're reading nonfiction book or a philosophy book, then you're gonna process that more, which is really cool. Here's another life hack on a more personal level my wife realizes the I'm really into gadgets. So like, I like Nintendo switch, and I like, my gaming PC's, and I just like techy stuff. So she got me an e reader she got me a kindle now. I've got a gadget I can bring the bed. Right. But at the same time also reading a book, so it's kind of like cheating. So if you at home are sleeping with someone. Who's tech obsessed like me, then get them in ear, and it'll even let you read in the dark, depending on the model like if it's got a back light, just don't use a tablet anything that emits blue light will actually disturb your sleep rights or there's a couple of suggestions. Do you have any reader? I don't you know, I've been wanting to read more books, and I use my phone too much. It seems like a simple fix all do it. I'm saying it right now on the podcast. I'm going to leave my phone out of my room when I sleep for the next week. I will check back in a week or two. All right. Today's episode is sponsored by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Everyone knows about the risks of driving drunk. You get in a crash people would get hurt or killed. But let's take a moment to look at some surprising statistics almost twenty nine people in the United States die every day in alcohol, impaired vehicle crashes. That's one person every fifty minutes. Even though drunk driving fatalities have fallen by a third in the last three decades drunk driving crashes still claim more than ten thousand lives each year drunk driving can have a big impact on your wallet to you could get arrested and encourage huge legal expenses. For example, you could possibly even lose your job. So what can you do to prevent drunk driving plant a safe ride home before you start drinking designate, a sober driver or call a taxi if someone you know has been drinking take their keys at arranged for them to get sober ride home. We all know the consequences of driving drunk, but one thing is for sure you're wrong. If you think it's no big deal. Drive sober or get pulled over. Astronomers have just discovered a new planet beyond Pluto, really not burying the lead hero we. Nope. This discovery hasn't been published in a peer reviewed journal yet. But the astronaut journal is considering the paper submission that talks about this discovery. And we found this planet by accident when we're looking for a different planet. So let's back up in two thousand sixteen. Astronomers got the idea that there might be a planet about as big as Neptune somewhere far away in our solar system. They call this world planet nine and astronomers all over have been looking for it. Nobody's found it yet. But it's probably worth remembering that spaces, you know, kind of big. So it might take years and years of searching before we confirm that planet nine exists. And in the meantime, we've found another tiny world out there. It's officially called twenty fifteen t g three eight seven, but astronomers took the T G part and ran with it. So they gave it the nickname. The goblin. The goblin is a dwarf planet that orbits the sun eighty times further away than earth one trip around the sun on the goblin would take about forty thousand years that's one long year. I mean, the last time the goblin was where it is now in its pather on the sun, we hadn't even invented civilization, let alone telescopes or spacecraft, but check this out even though we didn't find planet nine the goblin might tell us a lot about our solar system a straw. Owners ransom simulations of the goblin while assuming a planet the size of Neptune or a super earth was also out there long story short. It looks like if planet nine did exist than it actually shepherded the goblin along its orbit, in fact, planet nines gravitational influence might keep a bunch of distant worlds far away from it. Would you avoid the chance of a nasty collision? And here's another cool thing. There are other dwarf planets in the zone where we found the goblin these little worlds all travel in their own zone far away from the main massive our solar system where you find the eight planets closest to the sun that you know, in love taken together at the orbits of these dwarf worlds. Could be a powerful argument that planet nine is a real thing. Now, again, the planet's discovery is still waiting for peer review, but it could have big implications. And it's a good reminder that space is pretty big. So don't ever feel like looking up at the skies a waste of time unless you're staring at the sun don't do that to these stories and more on curiosity dot com to in this again Sunday as we recap a few. More of your favorite stories as part of our countdown to the new year on the award winning curiosity daily. I'm Ashley Hamer. I'm Cody gov. Stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast

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"hamer" Discussed on Are You Real

Are You Real

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"hamer" Discussed on Are You Real

"Join in as we speak to everyone from successful business owners to educators to athletes about their faith. And how it helps them reach out and revolutionize those around them to do the same. And now get ready to roar. With your host the voice of manifestation John Fuller. Hamer nation. John B fuller. Vir? Fired up and really excited about today because this has been a ongoing conversation about doing the show for almost a year. I will dive into that just a second. So that being said I have brought on my new friend, Alex, Alex, ready to Roma brother. Yes, sir. Thank you. Come on. Let's do this. Okay. So Rome nation check this out Alex ago. Roy is an international speaker. He's a teacher author and blogger needs a passer of education at in L C S E in Chicago. I'll let him give you the breakdown on that with over twenty thousand members for over thirteen years Alex taught youth young adults and train hundreds of ministers to teach accurately and effectively. Alex focuses is teaching on leadership apologetic and living with purpose. We love that also married with his wife Casey for ten years and he has two daughters ages four and seven are at so we're nation. This is what's really? Cool about this. So for the last probably year in Alex and correct me if I'm wrong, I'm not totally sure it seemed like it's a while. So Alex reached out to me, we get a lot of people that reach out and ask us to be on the show were have suggestions in we get so busy, obviously around here doing stuff that people get scheduled out or sometimes forgotten what I love about Alex is he has stayed persistent with keeping it with me and getting on here. So this has been a long awaited show. Right, alex. Yes, sir. Absolutely. It's good stuff. I'm excited to be here. Thank you for having me. Yeah. Absolutely. So Alex, let's I was really excited. I one of the videos that you saw he saw that you did. I saw YouTube watched it about apologetic some of the you do you were speaking. I believe at a college of good. So that being said, why don't you die? Into a little bit. As far as like, what you do in who you are kind of a thirty thousand foot view is we bring you our. Okay. So. Yeah. Once again, thank you for having me, basically on outside of being an associate pastor at the church in OCSE stands for new covenant southeast. Is this the clarified that? And I my I think the reason I reach out in the first place when I saw the podcast heard it in as listen to it it excited me because essentially my purpose in life is to help people. Discover him walk in there getting purpose. I write a blog called relentless pursuit of purpose dot.

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"hamer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"hamer" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Local local road construction shouldn't that be handled by the local governments are shit. How much more should the state give? And I'm just not seeing a big move for certainly there's been disagreement on transportation funding, maybe out of the assembly, but the state Senate says completely different animal any area where the way do you think there could be some progress made between the two sides? I think I I'm reluctant to say that there's going to be too much compromise on any issue except for there might be an increase in trade in education funding. It was the one thing that Tony Hamer's campaign. Don is the one thing that Republicans supported in the legislature the last budget call around so they may spend more money on public schools. Whether or not those public schools needed in there won't be any on. Unfortunately, there won't be any expansion in school choice. We're now in defense mode in trying to protect charter schools and school choice quickly the week ahead in politics quickly that we had in politics. This Wednesday is the last meeting of the legislative study committee on alcohol enforcement, and they could be. Passing so legislation or at least a recommendations of legislation that could affect everything from buying alcohol over the internet to whether or not agricultural entertainment venues, like wedding parties, could it have to be forced to get liquor licenses. Something that we're going to be watching very closely. Joins me every Monday chains with us in the editor. Right. Was wisconsin? Good stuff is always good to talk to you. Thanks, Steve Charlotte.

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"hamer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"hamer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And so many your finance major. And so you're prepping for graduation in may you've been part of several coaches honor roll, so success has been a theme in your college career here. And with that I'd like you to speak to you kind of your balance, and how you figured out Tang management, and how to prioritize things, and maybe how being a student athlete has played into that very fortunate and growing up to have my priorities kind of set a really young age. And then they never moved since. Then. So I remember. Third grade first year playing football youth football Clarkston when we brought it up as a team we would say God family school chiefs. We're the Clarkston chiefs back then, but we got them school chiefs three times. And then let's go she's flake. As for my coaches, my parents and knows a whole team. We said that just to kind of get our we didn't know what a man at the time. We were so young. And we knew what those people where we knew a guy was, but we didn't know priorities and how to handle things and third grade. But just kind of like Hamer and home those priorities and get them in order. And then that's where it all starts when you're young. And I was really fortunate to have a good upbringing with my parents, and those coaches, and all my all, my coaches, and all that sports just to have your priorities straight. So academic success really comes from priorities. God family school football. That's so you have to get all those things done. Show them love in that order, and then football comes forth in that order. So. Fisher's first wonderful. And so with that, obviously that has been a focus of yours and clear priority. And so what are you kind of thinking as far as your next steps after graduation? I think this past summer I had a great internship at bar mellow down in downtown general contracting company does a ton of phone. I learned a lot,.

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"hamer" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

I Think You're Interesting

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"hamer" Discussed on I Think You're Interesting

"You know this is a place where fannie lou hamer this civil rights activist was arrested at a bus station taken to jail and nearly beaten to death and that's a story that a lot of people in town in known no about it's not something that is commemorated anyway in the town but there are certain memories and lived experiences in the town that really do play a role in how people view law enforcement today how they've you what is happening in the curtis flowers case want to return to the white people within the tone hud reactions to you i'm thinking about this in terms of there is this real in rural white communities i grew up in one like there's this real suspicion of the media and a lot of ways and you've now done two seasons in white law in rural communities that have large white population so let's say season one was much more heavily skewed in that direction so like what is that reaction to like here comes the media to like overturn some of these rocks like what are those reactions like you know it's interesting because as a reporter i have seen that somewhat but i also think that not as much as you might think i mean i think that a lot of there's a lot of reporting on politics but when you go and you report on something other than politics and you show up in a town and you're there for a really long period of time and it's clear that what you're trying to do is actually find something out that you're sort of doing your work as a reporter to build trust with people and so you get to a point where you're not you know a generic reporter that stands for all reporters that they think have done something wrong but you're like this reporter who's being careful who's talking to people whose talked to some of your friends and they felt like that reporter was fair you know is spending the time moved onto one ona for the better part of the year tell me we'll bit about about making that decision in like getting people to trust you like getting them to know yes we're going to be a part of the community for this this point in time in like building those relationships yeah i mean for us it was we couldn't have done the story if we hadn't moved there i mean the story was too complicated iroquois too much reporting so it required a year plus of reporting but a year you know solid of of being there so that was just kind of a basic level thing it's like if we're gonna do the story we're gonna move there in terms of building relationships i think it's like anything else you know sometimes we're forced into situations where we just show up and we ask questions of perfect strangers and we hope that they respond but when you have long longer periods of time like this you can do things that you know allow people to get to know you i trust you i for example in winona you know we were invited to people's churches we are invited to like all kinds of different community events we are invited into people's homes i mean people many people were very very welcoming to us and got to know us i mean we got to know them they got to know us over this course of of such a longtime of reporting and i think that that has allowed us to better understand the town in ways that i don't think we would have been able to if we even had been there for you know only a few months so look give me a sense of what it's like to like drive into i know like it's a small town obviously but there are lots of different kinds of small towns so like what's it like to be in wino share so it is right off the freeway so it's right off a fifty five which is like the north south freeway mississippi so if you're going like memphis south you're going to hit the onoda exit you turn off the freeway and as you drive when you see this this very large white cross that is eliminated at night that's next to a.

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Van Vader, iconic WWE star, is dead at 63

24 Hour News

01:36 min | 2 years ago

Van Vader, iconic WWE star, is dead at 63

"Boy who went missing yesterday in the waters off of long beach long island the ten year old was last seen swimming with his eleven year old brother near ocean beach park authorities say at some point the kids got separated and the older boy made it out fire claims a life in bayonne three firefighters were injured sixteen people are now displaced four alarm blaze starting on the second floor of seven ninety three broadway it's three stories woman in her forties who ran the business on the first floor was trapped and killed nancy hamer lived on that floor for thirty three years her boyfriend woke her up so they could make a run for it flames shooting everywhere and the smoke was still heavy you just couldn't breathe it was actually worse outside the smoke then unless i was just trying to go so fast down the stairs that i didn't realize how bad it was in the bill in the cause of the fire still being investigated crews still pour water on hotspots because of the age of the building that they say is now in danger of collapse glenn shock ten ten wins thirty six and broadway downtown bayonne wins news time to thirty five the nineties pro wrestling star known as vader has died you're all american i was an all american professional wrestling you wanna know let's get it all and then as big van vader he first made his name in japan before becoming a world champion and ted turner's wcw but his best known for his time in the wwe where he feuded with some appro wrestling's biggest names including shawn michaels and the undertaker vader son says his father died monday two years after being diagnosed with a heart condition he was only sixty.

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"hamer" Discussed on KSCO 1080

KSCO 1080

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"hamer" Discussed on KSCO 1080

"Cottage singular let's go over to opel and see if either hamer is here eva are you here no we have no eva hamer but there she is she is down online to hold on a second there we go even hamer you with us good good good eva is ads the animal liberation conference going on over adjacent to uc berkeley she is a representative of a group that we linked to on our website all this week called direct action everywhere we have a story out of the intercept glenn greenwald talking about and and this is just heartbreaking we know it goes on you have to know what goes on but it's normally hidden and it's not something that people are at all encouraged to think about and that is the factory farming of dogs for allegedly scientific research and group has gone into a research facility one of these factory farms for dogs and liberated i guess three dogs from their correct tell me the story pick it up wherever you like sure well open rescue was a tactic that never wear many times before and this is one of our first not our first but one of our first plays into open rescue dogs now tactic that we get involved going into places where animals are being abused documenting the conditions and only find an animal in particular need to rescue we kick that animal to the vet so we've done this in a cage free chicken farms doggy farms in china free range turkey farms and and just recently in a in a dairy farm and so this is this is one recent rescue which was really special because it was the first time that we have for first time in my knowledge and open enough you'd have done in a the night of the jewish rescue julius is one of the puppies one of the dogs she was a puppy blind rescued from which is a breeding facility in dane county wisconsin just west of madison this is a place of dogs to madison university of minnesota and the uc system julie's rescue i could hear even from the outset of sodhi i could hear the sounds of thousands of dog you know beatles and onto how thousands of dogs howling in.

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"hamer" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

WHYR 96.9 FM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"hamer" Discussed on WHYR 96.9 FM

"Problem than a benefit today but it was certainly a it was certainly a good adaptation for us to have back in those days now we also had uh dean hamer a hammer from the national institutes of health on our radio waves heat talked about aig god gene the fact that perhaps there is a gene in our genome that actually a select sowed those people who believe in god and there is something called epileptic lesions that is lesions to the brain that can actually be induced by a blow to the brain in which people see god's demons and witches everywhere that everything is caused by god's if it rains while there was the rain god that did it they became they become super duper religious if they have epilepsy lesions some people think nah maybe joan of arc guy had epileptic lesions but well what are your thoughts about something as something as nittygritty as a god gene well i think they're putting it in a in a sort of overly vivid and and and crude way of course sometimes you have to get an idea out there in sorta cartoon form first and then look at the details i think it's possible first of all of course no matter what you think about there's something in your brain is lighting up uh uh just in order to make it possible to think about that so the fact that there would be parts of your brain lighting up when you're thinking about gotta when when you're having a religious experience is is to not be surprised anybody on any account the question is why would there be if there is uh a specific uh jean for making it more likely for people to have uh religious experiences and um hamer doesn't have much to say about this in his book but i think uh others have put forward some interesting research that could shed light on this uh uh uh mclennan the the uh uh anthropologist his pointed out that everywhere uh uh being folk religions you have.

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"hamer" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"hamer" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Say we're not there does the odds were split haiti hamer's basang starts to play plane it's like i got nothing to say it ain't nothing to say eighty get out of my way and she's a good buy into slams the bedroom door like so way he's still gets party with all your guests which means are all going to get wasted and he's probably gonna make out with somebody this is the problem unita slam him into the bedroom might yourself stupid he also whatever happened to we're not going off the scouts you can figure this out with arbiter we're not letting a fire and walking away you just lit a fire walked away katie you literally end employed in literally light anything on fire but you walked away you little looked away i her i think katie heard the song playing because it switches into i'm gone a raft you the top top whereas wrath tuesday chat tat which is what cream does so she comes back out unwrap some cream goes back in the five for haiti not helping i i loved the the the producers play that song it was just they're sick twisted oh because no one ever says the words rise the top and then refers to sir you too there's no part about working at sir that effort food the notion of rising to the top also if your boyfriend is getting too many boehner's the editor start playing a song about rising it's like they're not on your side in ah not end your side and prove that basically there's like not enough there's not enough band with four for more than one cheating scandal we see jackson britney arrive at the restaurant together she's like bath for your later a they kiss on the cheek as equate what happened to the the cheating story line.

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"hamer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"hamer" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Gun my hands as the hamer marini said when he said ask queens them and emma mine was two things it was myself again telling me to hear them hill what are you waiting on you take him too long hitter them the guy was like hey god was like hey i got this cannot my way i got this step out of my way that me of van's dis for you i got this i can do far more than you ever again on life hitter go ahead alone in russell was right there was this like explain why son while missed out on these years of his life because i'm having a hard time doing it and now i let him go and now walked away in each step i walked away i fell wider of film better because i got to the curve i begin to think and as over would leader to go where it was posted me i can't do not in the body and the way forget it are never see him again anyway one of the chances of the never saw each other again what are seen by the way in a movie huh and by the way is the mainstream media covered this grabble story they left god out of it by the way this is one of the things we will talk about it in the show you don't have to be a christian the love the show and you can be an atheist and love the show but messing with who people war by removing parts of their lives is just despicable and the gods story here is central to the story andrew collins picks up the story by telling us how he picked up his own life after the time he spent in prison so guy start working for this place called the mosaic ccd a christian community development association cafe mosaic if you all of ever been there downtown ben harbour great place you'll get a coffee so i'm working there as the cafe manager there's another part of the.

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"hamer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"hamer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Hamer are you going to participate in the boycott of gq magazine just be to what hold that thought think about it for a minute maybe uh uh that in a minute people are now boycotting gq because of who they put on their covers these citizen of the year you know how much i love keith olbermann so that's going to be hard for me too i'll be this but the big story carol county prosecutor says he's retiring at the end of this year he's had a year lefts in his term gene lease asia's for private and personal uh couple reasons exactly why this is big news yeah rob i'm says he stepping away with a year left no more private personal reasons bottom this is kind of a bad news because this tells me that there is no information in regards to to varying highprofile profile that fall under the carol county prosecutors off uh now you go back to the floor dire that killed the foreseen they were aged between five and eleven i believe and that's unsolved then of course this past february the very hiv of abbott air williams and liby german who were hiking on that trail near delphi both of those very high profile on solved cases and now the is going to basically out with another year still to go in a term this tells me there's a big fat nothing berger going on with both of these cases and what would disheartening me if i was the families of the victims here is the the prosecutors said he would rescind his resignation if enough evidence emerged file charges neither one of those cases so what that tell you then add look i'll come back of theirs we find loyalty to his going to be much here unfortunately this kind of leading need to believe that the whole dainong nations thing is a trail to nowhere for a long time we thought daniel nations might be the guy there is a lot of things that tied him into this awful situation and delphi maybe not necessarily being and delphi but there were so many similarities lane mugshot man you know what he's done in colorado and what he's done here in indiana and the police you know trying to find this guy he went missing the day after the mugshot it sounds more and more like this going nowhere and of.

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"hamer" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"hamer" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Welcome back more rain in ottawa canada hey marine what's on your mind today hello hamer in you're on the air thanks are watching us any what's up i make a comment at rate hit a mine knock in ottawa canada act and our issue here is free and can't indigenous people an annex and what i recall if a child in if i went cheering inner city school and there was a huge promotion on school level introduced a white kid different heidi so i learned how to put on a hiring an inmate indian food and at a different cultures and on my school at all kinds of different people it print ethnic origin attending and i think that if governent support kind of thing it helps to know heidi away from three in my father was terribly rate but i i it night dopp that position because your the experience a hacking school and although we don't use slavery are with our av in here in canada it very and when it comes to cheer the indigenous people and now we have a government that is trying to pew reckoned a new paths statue and what really shocked me my when i watched the documentary thirteen and they talked about slavery in the prison system in the united states and to me that was shift i could not believe that that was going on i know that slavery on which human trafficking but i had no idea that it way condoned with in according.

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"hamer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"hamer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"American people but i would suspect it hasn't really start doing that until we see some more details he wants congress to get a bill designed by the end of this year another bipartisan meeting at the white house today what that one about in his does this have different people it more tax reform but also health care and infrastructure adds a different group we think this is on the house side we've heard already from a moderate house democrat who is as he's one of the invitees were expecting you get a full us from the white house this morning but just got hamer congressman from new jersey says that he's going to push daca with the president today this is an opportunity he says to bring this up to push for some action saying look there's bipartisan cooperation their signals about right now so why don't we try and get something then do you think the president's turned over a new leaf when it comes to realise i need the other party to help get these agenda items passed i think the white house is acknowledged jiang that the reality right now is that they can't guarantee that they could get something across the finish line especially in the senate with chest republican votes they say that they have learned some big lessons from the healthcare failure and right now counting on fifty one republican yes is is not a good strategy so they're going to reach at the democrats it doesn't mean it will end up being a you know that democrats get on board with things but at least in the early stages the conversation they're trying a bipartisan approach before things get too far down the road i karen thank you thank you abc's karen travers reporting from the white house 525 time effort this is a bloomberg market minute stock futures are lower indicating a lower wall street opened while oil rises this morning s p futures down 4 points dow futures are down twenty nine next crude is up nine tenths percent at 48 dollars sixty five cents a barrel us equities reached more new record highs on wall street yesterday as financial shares led the way the latest estimates for florida citrus show that the state may lose half of its fruit after hurricane erma.

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"hamer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"hamer" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The absence of fear the the ito hamer infamous civil rights icon one said was the point of being scared right the the in her quotes she willing to say know you know all they can do is killed me and they look feels like they've been trying to do a little bit at a time ever since i was bored i'm a product that southern environment an i do have that posture of what is the point of the fear what does it a witness what do i achieved by being afraid i mean even fighter your whole life since you grew up in gives lynn louisiana less than a thousand people lost the election this you've come a long way from there how do you do it there's a very rich history that stuff and there was very very rich history it my particular neighborhood and i never ever felt compromise are limited i never heard anybody when i was a kid told me no you can't do something serves if you could dream it you could they would say that's as a great idea how do you get it done you know and and they would help me to figure out how to get it done and i would get it done v beyond your parents are all know everybody i went to a school that was started as the first a college a northwest's loser to educate the the daughter of former slaves that school is my hospital is still in the same spot so has the same willing change the big by the winless who's gonna use be coleman knows gives lynn coleman and so i look at people a lot of people are north or movies where the people black people are struggling to get representation in and the young people want to see you know the the spike lee movie where they go in the pizzeria and they complained or no black people in the.

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