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"heidelberg university" Discussed on AP News
" On this week's AP religion roundup, the Church of Scientology is evoked in the rape trial of actor Danny Masterson, The White House weighs in on anti semitic comments made by the rapper formerly known as Kanye West, and an ancient shrine destroyed by Islamic State militants gives up its secrets. A Los Angeles prosecutor says rape allegations by three women against that 70s show actor Danny Masterson contained disturbing elements. The prosecutor says the women didn't initially report the two decade old crimes because they feared being ostracized by the Church of Scientology, where they and Masterson were members. Two of the alleged victims first went to the church to report what happened to them, were told it wasn't rape, and that reporting it to authorities or telling others about it would end with them being ostracized by their closest friends and even family members. The 46 year old actor remains a member of the church, he's pleaded not guilty to three counts of rape. The rapper formerly known as Kanye West is offering to buy right-wing friendly social network parlor after west was blocked from posting on Twitter and Instagram for anti semitic pose. When I can speak to is anti semitism, which is hateful, it is dangerous. White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre condemned the remarks. At the end of the day, it is disgusting. And it is there is no room, absolutely no room, no place in our political discourse to be having that type of really vile conversation. Archeologists have discovered a massive royal palace beneath an ancient Iraqi shrine dedicated to the prophet Jonah. A German expedition is exploring the 2500 year old throne room directly below the traditional side of Jonah's tomb. Professor Stefan mall of heidelberg university says Islamic State militants created a series of tunnels into the palace beneath the tomb, perhaps to loot the artifacts that remained. Today, archeologists are using the tunnels to discover ancient artifacts and architecture, including the largest single room from antiquity ever built in the region. I'm Walter ratliff.
Church of Scientology is evoked in the rape trial of actor Danny Masterson, the White House weighs in on antisemitic comments, and an ancient shine destroyed by Islamic State militants gives up its secrets
"On this week's AP religion roundup the Church of Scientology is evoked in the rape trial of actor Danny Masterson The White House weighs in on anti semitic comments made by the rapper formerly known as Kanye West and an ancient shrine destroyed by Islamic State militants gives up its secrets A Los Angeles prosecutor says rape allegations by three women against that 70s show actor Danny Masterson contained disturbing elements The prosecutor says the women didn't initially report the two decade old crimes because they feared being ostracized by the Church of Scientology where they and Masterson were members Two of the alleged victims first went to the church to report what happened to them were told it wasn't rape and that reporting it to authorities or telling others about it would end with them being ostracized by their closest friends and even family members The 46 year old actor remains a member of the church he's pleaded not guilty to three counts of rape The rapper formerly known as Kanye West is offering to buy right-wing friendly social network parlor after west was blocked from posting on Twitter and Instagram for anti semitic pose When I can speak to is anti semitism which is hateful it is dangerous White House press secretary karine Jean Pierre condemned the remarks At the end of the day it is disgusting And it is there is no room absolutely no room no place in our political discourse to be having that type of really vile conversation Archeologists have discovered a massive royal palace beneath an ancient Iraqi shrine dedicated to the prophet Jonah A German expedition is exploring the 2500 year old throne room directly below the traditional side of Jonah's tomb Professor Stefan mall of heidelberg university says Islamic State militants created a series of tunnels into the palace beneath the tomb perhaps to loot the artifacts that remained Today archeologists are using the tunnels to discover ancient artifacts and architecture including the largest single room from antiquity ever built in the region I'm Walter ratliff
"heidelberg university" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Honestly, it's like until your Conte's version of John Lennon's imagine listening to that quote or at least until your Conte's version of Gal Gadot covering John Lennon's imagine let's dive deeper into that mess of Deadwood at Chelsea and tackle your question go pull about the LeBron James of soccer. Hello Raj, this is Spencer treadwell from Birmingham, Michigan. Former player of the mighty student princes of heidelberg university in division three soccer here in the states. Raj, I'm calling to ask you about our beloved Captain America. CP ten. He doesn't seem to fear in the Tuco's ideas right now. So where can it go and what leagues should he go to to end up in the best shape for our men in stripes, U.S. national team? By November for guitar. As always, courage. Spencer, all right, let us slowly ourselves with this awfully painful question from an American perspective because you are asking your question in a week in which Jacob Steinberg in The Guardian wrote that quote unsettled pulisic quote is not trusted by Thomas Tuchel as he Chelsea attacking clear out continues. And the article said the following the German manager has given up, trying to hide his frustration with most of his creative players, the numbers are stark. Or the Mason Mount who's not a striker hit double figures in the league last season, there's doubts over color to the Deutsche future. While hacking ziya and Christian Pulisic are both unsettled, two hall is prepared to rip it up and start again. I love that song. He'll happily listen to offers for ZX who's been targeted by Milan and here it is. He does not trust politic whose contract expires in 2024. Chelsea need new ideas. Of course it's hardly encouraging one to who keeps losing his forwards. But only mount has made himself undroppable to put it into context the politic and Hudson adore manage a lovely goals between them last season and U.S. fan reaction to this article has been loud and frustration sake. When you look at Christians last season, he started only 13 times and I will say this we are a fan base. I don't think there's any fan base that's better at this better at conjuring positive supporting stats for our arguments. We dredge up a lot of chance creation per minute. And all that, there was one keyboard warrior who suggested Jacob Steinberg made all of this up and to be clear, top level. Let me tell you how this works. The club briefed the press. That is how that's how it works. So it is a current truth what Jacob wrote. We don't know who did the briefing, was it too? Or was it Burley's camp trying to flush out agents and transfer possibilities, make a deal happen before the transfer deadline closes September 1st? That truth can change, but right now it's pretty clear in the here and now Chelsea are very, very open to moving Cristiano pulisic on and that is painful. It's a narrative that seems to have flipped on Cristiano staying how we celebrated when he was in all of the new shirt photos. He staying. We read into those tea leaves. But I feel sad for him because what do we know about Christian? He is a gent who is deeply sensitive. Craves consistency and security and it's pretty clear. He's not going to gain either by staying at Chelsea the days of true challenge continue for Christian. I do wish him strength and a speedy resolution to this predicament when you look at it, it's really been an all too slower burn. The good news is there are so many settings in which Christian could thrive the natural move after a period of Chelsea challenge for a top player is to head to Italy. That would be a new culture to be space for him to run into Tammy Abraham style. But also a whole new culture shop and a whole new language to step so we will see. I did love GFP at me Vince G who tweeted us can't wait until Christian Pulisic scores the game when he goal against England, the putting on the verge of being knocked out the group stage, one mount sits on England's bench and Chelsea fans turn on to all that is the revenge fantasy of revenge fantasies. Here's the good side. I do think it means the U.S. team are going to continue to be the one place Christian feels truly at home, loved, happy. And eager to prove himself, go go USA.
4 wounded in Germany university shooting; gunman dead
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"heidelberg university" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Let's get some of those world and national news for Nathan Hager Nathan Now we'll start with the Supreme Court Paul we got breaking news there The justices are taking up a case that could have been decades of precedence over college admissions They've agreed to hear appeals involving the use of race as a factor in admission decisions at Harvard and the university of North Carolina Affirmative action is common at selective universities though 9 states do ban race conscious admissions at public institutions Supreme Court is likely to hear these cases at the term that begins in October The U.S. is ordering families of diplomats out of Ukraine NATO is moving ships and fighter jets into Eastern Europe as those tensions with Russia persist Julie Norman is a lecturer on politics and international relations at university college London She says the western stance against provocation of Russia is shifting Secretary of State Antony Blinken met with his Russian counterpart on Friday and his conversations will be ongoing But what we also heard from the administration over the weekend and today is that they are going to start pushing for more of a deterrence and a potential defense response as well Julie Norman at UCL spoke earlier with Bloomberg surveillance In Germany police say a lone gunman wounded four people some of them seriously at heidelberg university's lecture hall police say the suspect is dead they're not saying how only that he used a long barreled weapon and fled outside police say they think the gunman was acting alone and there is no longer any danger In Milwaukee police say 6 people have been found dead in a home where officers have been called to do a welfare check and assistant police chief said yesterday afternoon the bodies of four men and a woman were found inside overnight the medical examiner's office tweeted that a 5th man's body had been recovered as well Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick take powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than 120 countries I'm Nathan Hager this is Bloomberg The balance of power It's always shifting NATO seeks further discussions with the Russians What about breaking up build back better Is that realistic Crack each transformation with Bloomberg's David Weston The tug of war between inflation and rate hikes from politics to business From markets to medicine Where are we in testing and where do we need to be Bloomberg balance of power with David Weston Right now there are a lot of people going into space on Bloomberg radio.
"heidelberg university" Discussed on Spoon Mob
"I'm joined by executive pastry chef. Aaron klaus who's the pastry chef over at market italian village who harder brewery and kitchen which is also in the italian village. There are four street and crest which is up off india nola. I've kind of clinton bill area. All three of those are in our creative group properties. So we've had chef carlos on who's the head chef over it marketing village previously errands. Really the first pastry chef. Daniel camel has done pastry in his past career but errands kind of the first one. That's exclusively focused on pastry and kind of that. Pleading style of making a desert really pop off the plate and look really artistic so we kind of get into all that stuff is pretty much a local guy you know. Went to chicago for a bit and found his way to kinda food network. Tv and he's competed on a few different shows. We can talk about that and the whole tv process. How in an ad and about surround he worked at the hilton for awhile his most famous dish most of you probably seen at least an instagram photo of it is like this behind hanging upside down from branch. It's like a honeybee hive chocolate branch and goes across his jar in the bottom is just kinda supposed to be like kind of the earth and then it kinda drips down the honey. I had that at the hilton gallery bar bistro when aaron was the pastry chef there have pitcher somewhere. I think on different instagram account off to try and find but it's really good stuff and it's a different aspect of being a chef to with the tv stuff. And how all that kind of works and competing you know. We've had a few people that have done bits and pieces on. Tv you know bj. Did the documentary tried to stay kind of in the back. A little bit of what we were talking about that but and a few other people have done. Bits and pieces caroliina whose last week as she has a a little eater episode on their youtube channel. I think it's about ten minutes long process of making chocolate and everything so but you never had somebody who's been actively in kind of an on tv network and kind of competing in the food challenges and stuff like that pretty interesting kind of get that aspect and everything that goes behind it because you don't really know until you kind of do it even everybody their first time being on any sort of cooking tv show. It's completely different than what they expected. We get it all that stuff in his career and all the different places that he's worked and what he's got going on now and everything so it's really awesome interesting conversation especially focusing on kind of the pastry aspect of cooking so you can follow me on instagram. At aaron m claus is his page there can also check out his website also follow them all the restaurants there on instagram to as well at alchemy brands at the crest gastro pub at hove hearted brewery and kitchen and then also at the market dot. Iv website air clouds dot com. And we get an all that branding stuff. He read it all of it over kovic because he had some downtime too so make sure to give them a follow. Also follow us on instagram. Checkout past episodes of the podcast websites dot com that stuff but without further delay. Here's my conversation with the executive pastry chef. Aaron klaus thanks again. For coming on the podcast. It's time at your morning there. I really appreciate it back when you're at the gallery bar and bistro. You had maybe your most famous dessert. Creations is kinda like the beehive on the branch is without. Can i think our first experience with one year desserts and the now you're the the pastry chef at all the anr kind of restaurants in mark italian village and the crest and everything. And i want to get to all that stuff too as well but kind of start at the beginning where we do with everyone. How did you first get into cooking and pastry and everything. I mean it was in your family right. Yeah so thanks for having me so yeah the first experience i had With patient was really. When i was a kid. Our family the group in the farm areas northwest. A lot of what we did was like. Make all these cute little cookie baskets and caramel corn candies. And that was what we did as a family. It's like give out all the neighbors and everything for christmas so we used to do all these tins. i mean. we're talking like hundreds of thousands of cookies over the course of three weeks. That my mom. My dad my brother and i just like every room of the house had like a sheet pan. Full of cookies always really liked that. I experienced like extremely nostalgic. You know side of it and then. My mom did some wedding cakes and stuff. When i was a kid so i always used to see her working on the wedding cakes. The wilting decorating courses. You know that really like hobby lobby twin fabrics style. This kind of loved it. You know my brother is outside doing farm work with dad and i would like go pet the cows and then come inside and try to like make cookies with palms so so. When did you realize that that's something that you wanted to do. As a career was during high school like did you work in restaurants during high school or was it after. Yeah so in high school. I was really focused on music. So i ended up starting school at college for music. Everything was going to be a professional musician. Teach you know band and choir like music nerd. The on the side. I ended up doing a graduation cakes for friends like the class above me and stuff when they were seniors. I did graduation cakes for them and it was always like side. Hobby like couldn't choose between music or pastry like one was. The one was the career at the beginning. I chose the opposite direction. I like. I'm going to go to school for music. And that's going to be the passion. I made it one semester music school and then decided to drop out. Runaway gurshkov auto moved three days later and enrolled in peachtree school like randomly so it was just like a quick change of pace. What were you doing in music school. What did you of go for. Was it just a certain instrument or yeah so school. I went to heidelberg university up tiffin ohio and i went for like basically music literature and so i really just wanted to study. You know how. Music was made And like composing and in that sort of thing. I play a lot of instruments. But like i don't stain my friends would probably ask me to not saying very instrumental I dislike music theory on very nerdy. On how did you decide on. I think is the french pastry school rate in chicago that you went to. How'd you decide on that. Instead of the cia or or one of the big name pastry schools. Yeah so actually my mom it was. Let's say a senior year of high school. I was in between college choices and was really pushing for music. They were pushing me for pastry. Which was funny. You would expect them to be like no go. Get your four year degree. Look normal stuff said. My mom's surprising with the trip out to new york and we went to the cia And spent a whole week out there looking at the school. And i loved everything about it like everything was just like absolutely perfect but then somehow just decided to like go to music school. I don't know where the choice i was like. No no this is the right choice. I have to do this and so shows me with school and then out of nowhere it was. let's see it was december twenty eighth. My birthday is the twenty ninth. And so i told my parents on the twenty ninth. Hey like i withdrew from heidelberg. And i have an apartment lease that starts tomorrow in chicago. And they're really quite like what are you talking about. And i was like yeah i go to school there and i just looked at school and i mean the french pastry school. The staff that they have like it's just full of analysts like masters of pastry world champions like just like the list and excellence that comes from that school was just absolutely outstanding to me and it hasn't museum constructors new four year. Degree wasn't the path. I wanted to take and i just really wanted to die then like already wasted one semester. Doing nothing so. I was like.
"heidelberg university" Discussed on UK Column Podcasts
"Disco biscuit With your job i mean. Is this where things are going. That is totally brave. New world To to to an absolute ti okay. So that's kind of scary but you know what's the bottom line on this to get back safely. Does the vaccine or the job does it prevent you from according to the official bodies from getting covert or spreading. Covet note really. So what's the point especially if you're young and you're not even at risk of even getting a cough from kovic. Nineteen i mean. Is that my pointing out the obvious here and in my in my overstepping my scientific Bona fetus mike. Well if you are. I'm sure full fact will will be straight on the kiss. Let's get fact checker. Yes right where does that. Take picture to mike. It takes us to the psychological warfare that is being waged in a brian. Garish spoke about this In the doctors for covert ethics Seminar the panel discussion ability. That was on the second day. Yes you can watch those videos up at the uk. Column dot org. If you haven't already we encourage you to do that. So mrs psychological warfare that involves Heavy heavy load of applied behavioral psychology. And this brings us to a quote by None other than well a famous psychologist. You could say thanks to new dawn magazine. Who tweeted this out this morning here. The deliberately induced psychotic state Which is certain. Unstable individuals might easily Lead to real psychosis is endanger. That needs to be taken very seriously. Indeed these things are really really are dangerous and ought not to be meddled with in our typical western way. That's carl young okay. So he knew anything about Psychology and mine manipulation here which leads us very nicely to this story which some people might have missed. This is from the conversation surprising article from this publication. who's been more or less on board with the pandemic narrative. Look at this headline why freedom day. There's boards johnson. Why freedom day is the latest example of covert propaganda. This is fairly mainstream publication. here mike. Let's take a look at what's actually being said here. Here's the author colin alexander. He is a lecturer in political. Communications at nottingham. Trent university said the lifting of most cove legal restrictions on july nineteenth has been dubbed freedom. Day by some politicians and journalists but he goes on though not an official designation this popularization of this moment with such a saying closely follows two of my ten golden rules of propaganda. I appeal to the instincts rather than the reason of the audience. Very important and second to build around a slogan. That sounds familiar. Doesn't mike and then repeat repeat repeat and then keep repeating okay so that is one of his guys what. He's teaching his students in political a science here so back to boris johnson. So you know. Based on this mike we're going to have to give him the gurgles Rosette and Noticed the difference in hairstyles there Boys will hopefully one day sort of gopher that smart. Look what do you think to know is ever going to happen. So anyway you get the gurgles rosette for freedom day and it's funny. How freedom days when they drifted out the vaccine passport. Mike and speaking of propaganda This is something everybody needs to watch this interview here. With dr piers robinson who's been on the uk colin program anytime cove in nineteen is a global propaganda operation. Look at these posters. They remind you second first. World war propaganda doesn't it. Those are real cove. Nineteen government issued propaganda posters and stuff. That's come out from the medical industrial complex in different countries. Look at that. It's just unbelievable and so this is a great interview. I think mike this is about forty five minutes long really into depth and of course appears robinson is probably one of the best. Most people really to talk on this subject. Maybe one of the best in the world. I would say a co director of the organization for propaganda studies as a number of Textbooks to his name on the subject that are widely read in academia and so forth and so he really talks about the spy. Be documents here. Goes into depth on the. Uk's government advertising propaganda campaign. This was used to sort of frightened terrorized the population. So that's something. I would encourage people to go watch. Just asia asia pacific today. This independent news outlet based in australia. That did this interview In they're doing really really good work at asia pacific today. Okay now sticking with twenty century for a second The headline here is german. Pathologist fatal consequences. Vaccinations underestimated this. Is dr peter Schumacher and peter scher macher. He's the chairman of the germans decided pathologies director of the institute of pathology at heidelberg university. Hospital he's president of the german association for the study of the liver. His research interests include molecular and more bad morphological digestive system carcinogenesis specially of the liver on the pancreas. And he's so well. So he is a qualified person pathologist And he's well you describe it at. Your pace is ascending. The alarm on fiddle vaccine injuries after performing over forty autopsies people who died within two weeks of receiving their kobe shot He wants to get to the bottom of rare side effects knife. You wanna get a little bit more on. It's also in german newspapers. German of courses developed. So we'll just do a quick translation of this heidelberg chief pathologist coals for autopsies of Vaccinated people what The one of the german newspaper said that shoe schumacher ships at thirty two. I think isn't quite right to think. Probably estimates is a better translation of that that thirty to forty percent of people died from the vaccination and his opinion This is the people that he autopsied. the his opinion the frequency of fiddle consequences of vaccinations underestimated a politically explosive statement. In times of vaccination campaign is losing momentum the delta very into spreading rapidly and restrictions on non-vaccinated people are being discussed but naturally he got attacked for this. Yeah he did so anybody that Puts their head above the parapet on this issue is is going to be targeted by the establishment. But the that number. Let's say thirty to forty percent of people who die after receiving their cove in nineteen. Unlicensed experimental injections or vaccines are called by the by the officials. Thirty to forty percent. So if that's a sample. And if that's accurate mike if we extrapolated that to You know the total number of people who received the vaccination and then we take that data and we compare it to what we're seeing on fares website in terms of adverse reactions and deaths the yellowcard website in the uk and vigilance in the eu. And looking at those numbers. I would say mike if this if this is even. Let's say more conservative. let's say fifteen or twenty percent. I'll even half the doctor's findings here from germany. We extrapolate that and compare that to all the various data from the different countries. It's massively under.
"heidelberg university" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"I do study suggests that if you are going into the operating room, you want your surgeon to be listeningto rapper Hip hop researchers at Heidelberg University Medical School in Germany discovered Hip hop and classical make surgeons more efficient rock and what they're calling radio music. I'm guessing they mean pop music is less effective. The operating room isn't the only environment rap music has proven to be beneficial. During a recent study, researchers found a combination of hip hop and coffee resulted in better reaction times while driving, Okay. 11 apartment building plans to offer guests a chance to swim through the air Embassy Garden says its opening the world's first sky pool in May. It's a transparent pool built between the top Of 2 10 story buildings, Uh, swimmers can enjoy views of the London I am Parliament instead of focusing on the ground below them, However, it's for residents and their guests. A two bedroom apartment cost more than $1.4 million. Well, good. I won't have a chance to say no, I won't swim there. No. Over two years. Time is 8 55 and Sully's News about your body is brought to you by bay Alarm. If your security is not the best, you're not secure. One group lost more income during covert than the combined GDP of 98 countries. Guys. The fallout from the Copa 19 pandemic has been disastrous. For one group women. That's right..
Life Is Not a Game: The Story of Ossip Bernstein
"Life is not a game sure there are winners and losers but the stakes are far higher than we might realize. Just ask us at bernstein. Bernstein was born in the ukraine in eighteen. Eighty two back when his hometown was part of the russian empire in nineteen o six. He received his doctorate in law from heidelberg university and became a practicing financial lawyer shortly after that bernstein saw great success in his legal career. Earning a comfortable living for himself and his family unfortunately as he would come to learn several times in his life considerable gains were often followed by immense losses. But it wasn't his fault. He wasn't the gambler and he didn't play the stock market. Although he did enjoy the final game chess to be specific he picked it up in law school and found that he had a talent for it one year after he started playing. He was entering competitions all over europe june of nineteen ninety-two his win at the general chess federation of berlin earned him a master title kicking off a spree of tournaments with varying results. Sometimes he placed first or second other times he tied for third or fourth yet. The more he played the more of a reputation he built for himself and he was also outspoken against certain players. Such as jose coppa blanca. Who beat him several times over the years but there was something fascinating about this up and coming wonderkid chess champions and enthusiasts alike spoke highly of him and his name appeared on high profile lists although not always in a good way the bolshevik revolution of nineteen seventeen brought a lot of turmoil to russia with lenin's red army overthrowing the government and setting up its own capitalists and their enablers were rounded up for contributing to the plight of the workers and among them was awesome bernstein. Us wasn't a banker but as a financial lawyer certainly helped them get richer oftentimes on the backs of the most vulnerable. He was practicing in odessa ukraine when he was arrested by the bolshevik secret police in nineteen eighteen.