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"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

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02:12 min | Last month

"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

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"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

GrowthBusters

05:41 min | Last month

"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

"There is a path before us. That could be beautiful. Eventually yeah yeah. Thank you for using that word. Because i talk about beauty quite a lot in the book. One of the pieces of research. That really caught. My attention was from evolutionary biologist. Richard from who wrote a wonderful book a couple years ago called the evolution of beauty building on the work of darwin darwin's second book on sexual selection which of the problem darwin was trying to understand was the peacock's tail. It's a huge investment for the peacock to grow this big beautiful tail but from an evolutionary standpoint. It's not much survival. Value it makes the peacock much more obvious to predators. It's this wielded thing and has to carry around with it. So what's what's the deal. Well of course it helps that male peacock find a or persuade a mate to get it on and nature is full of that kind of deliberate production of beauty for the purpose of sexual selection flowering. Plants birds mammals. It's all through nature and in fact we look at nature and we think well. Gee that's really pretty. But in fact nature is doing this deliberately. Nature is putting an enormous amount of resources into making itself as beautiful as it possibly can be and and we. Humans invest a lot of effort into aesthetic endeavors as well music and art architecture. Dance you know poetry jokes on and on and on. But i think a lot of that has been hijacked for commercial purposes To the point where it could be described as aesthetic decadence. Because it's tending to drive as you know it's just helping drive the ship toward you know Unsurvivable economic expansion industrial expansion. So what i propose in. The book is the possibility that are outside powers as human beings are toolmaking are control of fire our ability with language. All of these things. These marvelous abilities could be put to use instead of you know as taking over the world and destroying our own future we could put these to use in making the world and even more beautiful place than it already is through the deliberate production of beauty and traditional cultures. Did this they you know they. They invested a lot of effort in the production of beauty and in the deliberate destruction of surplus that might otherwise be reinvested in activities. That would you know create ecological imbalance so pot latches of you know annual feasts where surplus was deliberately destroyed or consumed shared. These are the traditional human ways of keeping things in balance but of course in the modern world..

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"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

GrowthBusters

04:34 min | Last month

"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

"To do things is great. Power is good but you can have too much of a good thing and that's essentially where we are right now. As as a species. We have over empowered ourselves vis-a-vis nature and some human beings are socially empowered over others to such an extent that it's very very difficult for us to even recognize much less. Do anything about these converging crises. Because well just the most obvious. Example is the fossil fuel industry. You know they enjoy a great deal of economic and political and social power as a result of the product they sell and their economic model and so on but they block efforts then to do anything about climate change or or some of these other problems. And that's that's how social power works you know when people become socially empowered. Then it's like a drug at acts like a you know an addiction to methamphetamine or cocaine or something you want more of it and people who challenge that power are seen as the enemy and you lash out at them so even though climate change may threaten the children of the oil executives the oil executives perceive the immediate threat as a threat to their social power and so they rather than acting on behalf of of their grandchildren and humanity. They lash out and this keeps us from being able to do anything. I don't want to go too far down the rabbit hole of the pronouncing. This right. is it fair. Me or fermi paradox. faraday paradox right but in chapter six when you bring that up. But what i wanted to circle back to in our conversation today is you must first of all. I guess the paradox is that if there's other intelligent life in the universe have we seen it. You'd think that we would have seen it. An one possible solution reason for that. Is that intelligent. Life is going to you. Know what what did you say. I forgotten. i'll let you articulated. What is the theory that intelligent life might do..

"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

GrowthBusters

04:10 min | Last month

"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

"I bet you think. Somehow i don't know without the development of grain agriculture. I think we probably would have ended up in a very different vote. Actually you're gonna have to quit contradict to me like this. Sorry just kidding. No i'm glad you are. I can take it. yeah okay especially. If we hadn't taken the turn a couple of hundred years ago toward fossil fuels we certainly would have ended up in a very different boat and this actually almost happened about a thousand years ago. The industrial revolution almost happened in china. It was starting to happen. China had a lot of coal. There was Privatization of land and resources going on invention of all kinds of new technologies. Really all the all the ingredients of an industrial revolution but what happened was the government saw all this furious development of industry and said well this is going to be a threat to our political power so they shut it down and instead it happened. In britain seven hundred years later and the rest is history but fossil fuels change everything as a result of the massive amounts of energy available from fossil fuels. Our population has grown from one billion in eighteen. Twenty two eight billion today. Well technically summed point nine billion and our per capita energy usage has also grown eight hundred percent so per capita and also the number of capitals expanding dramatically and our control over nature and our our very negative influence on nature are rapacious Destructive influence on nature has also grown astronomically during that period. Well obviously you couldn't write the book without at some point cataloging many of the unfortunate consequences of us having all of this power. And i'm not gonna ask you to recount that now and people get that from people like us frequently anyway but i wonder if you could kind of big picture share what you see us facing now as a result of building all that power. What is before us well. This century is probably the biggest well. Bottleneck is since the origin of our species we gone through some difficult times before with the plagues and famines and so on but this century it's really all coming to ahead. We have built a way of life and industrial way of life that is inherently unsustainable for a number of reasons. It's founded upon fossil fuels the energy fossil fuels and of course fossil fuels are finite. They're depleting in real time and burning them causes climate change. Meanwhile the side effects of industrial expansion include the disappearance of wild nature. Something like seventy percent of the vertebrates and insects. Fish all have disappeared in the last fifty years. The earth is becoming more polluted. And you know it's not just a matter of soot in the atmosphere. It's it's a plastic microparticles. It's the hormone-mimicking chemicals that are spread throughout the environment that are decreasing human fertility causing male. Sperm counts to plummet toward zero Possibly the next fifteen twenty years in all of these things are converging and they are all the result of a good thing which is human empowerment. We have become immensely powerful. Power is a good thing you know without power. We can't do anything. It's the ability to do something. We talk about the power of speech the power of flight..

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"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

GrowthBusters

05:48 min | Last month

"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

"The proliferation of highly lethal weapons. Pollution habitat destruction propaganda extreme inequality population growth and resource depletion. Now back to me. Is there a way through these challenges to a more beautiful existence on our home planet. Let's find out richard heinberg. It's been awhile since we talked. It's really great to be with you again. And i let me just say thank you for all you have done and all you continue to our planet. Oh well thank you. That's very kind. Dave and thank you for what you're doing you're welcome and thanks for saying so..

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"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

GrowthBusters

02:38 min | Last month

"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

"Doing some other outreach to attract viewers producing this podcast creating delivering presentations at conferences on college campuses and to church and other groups making guest appearances on news programs. Talk radio podcast. Tv programs documentaries producing some new short films for youtube producing an occasional conversation earth radio slash podcast special and finally can't believe the done. This already. shame on me. Finally i'm going to create a music video for the fantastic growth busters theme. That's music that you heard at the beginning of this podcast and you'll hear a little more of it at the end but few people i've ever gotten to hear the whole thing and it's really well done. The lyrics are great. And so i'm going to finally put together out music video. All these things take money so help me out. See the show notes for the link to the crowdfunding campaign or write it down or open a browser window right. Now if you prefer here the url it has fundraiser. Dot com slash growth busters movie now. Fundraiser is spelled. Oddly it's f. u. n. d. r. a. z. Our fundraiser dot com slash growth busters movie. Okay now for the main event. Richard heinberg. This guy is one brilliant to senior fellow at the post carbon institute three author of thirteen.

"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

GrowthBusters

01:35 min | Last month

"heinberg" Discussed on GrowthBusters

"And of course your podcast app for the latest growth busting news before we get to the heart of the matter today. I want to give you an update on my daughter stephanie. If you listen to our last episode you know that stephanie co hosted with me and it was kind of a trial run and She's decided she liked it and she did a great job on. We've gotten some good feedback. So stephanie is going to be welcomed as my new coast but not today. Stephanie couldn't join me for this episode but look for her and the future one last thing before we talked to richard heinberg some important growth busting news ten years ago at the end of this month on october. Thirty first two thousand eleven. We passed through the seven billion milestone for world population now. I chose that occasion to release the documentary growth busters on growth and we held our world premiere a few days later november third in front of the standing room only audience in washington. Dc now over. The past decade many viewers of the film have implored me to make it free. I've resisted up to this point but the ten th anniversary. Well that seems like the right time. But that means we'll be giving up revenue from screening fees and sales and rentals of the film so during the month of october. Will you please help me raise a very modest ten thousand dollars to help just to help cover. The cost of continuing growth busters initiatives. I'm talking about initiatives like paying for some youtube ads to increase views of the film..

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"heinberg" Discussed on The Ringer-Verse

The Ringer-Verse

04:53 min | 2 months ago

"heinberg" Discussed on The Ringer-Verse

"I hoped would be mimicked in the mc you which was that. There was a room in the gigantic meta fictional experiment. That's now been running sixty plus years in it's all connected at all matters. There were opportunities to just ratchet down the serialisation a minute just to calm down quiet down and tell a little story. That didn't involve thanos snapping out half of living life in the universe or whatever and not just that you could tell those stories but it. Marvel increasingly in. This century would let brilliant creators cook. You could take the pot off the boil of the crossovers that were always driving content driving sales driving advertisements and then eventually driving crossovers into the mc you and let people like matt fraction who is a brilliant comic book writer and davita Absolutely genius level cartoonist. I don't know if you guys get into this. But this is a distinction. Like that's a word that. I think people turn their nose up at sometimes but like his style is so beautiful and compelling and fluid and not. It doesn't look like todd. Mcfarlane or jim lee from the nineties. There are no like rippling ads and flowing capes. He's just like a brilliant against street level cartoonist. Who can tell the story and that marvel could sort of let these to just do some stuff and in so doing such a hump quote unquote humble book. What they did was completely reinvigorate. A character who had kinda a punchline took a character from alan heinberg young avengers who no one really knew what to do with and kate bishop and by bringing her back to the character who she stole her name from giving her a purpose and a foil and an identity it is. It was truly thrilling. And i think the last point i would say is if people don't comic books or having read comic books in years wanna comic book. I would get them this. You don't need to know the bigger picture or who was spiderman at that moment it's incredibly accessible but also fully immersive it's just a great visually dynamic fund. Charming comic book story that is absolutely set in the marvel universe but also relaxed. It doesn't matter. I loved all of that about it and might hopes were as i think. I said on the watch probably unfairly high that the difference between marvel movies. Tv shows would be that marvel tv shows. Maybe could drop some of the interconnected spackling and just tell fun. Little story about the two hawkeyes managing an apartment building but that's probably not good business let alone good storytelling when everyone is counting on each thing mattering so many points already. I need deliver man. just take after. Take carol firing from the quiver of it..

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"heinberg" Discussed on You Better You Bet

You Better You Bet

04:29 min | 3 months ago

"heinberg" Discussed on You Better You Bet

"Part is that rick's microphone asada. We could hear jamming out on the stove top. Someone is someone given stove top so tom reasonable it is. It's an outstanding. It's an outstanding music. Then my guy. Nick asks you in for ken. Barclay can recovering from his appendectomy. Shoot can wellwisher at laki lockers and on twitter. Nick is on twitter at nick. Issue a. s. h. o. h. Nick doing a great job filling in for ten. Today's we bring you the wage retainment here on that. Ul great stuff from djincic. The whale capper in the last segment breaking down week one of the national football league. Jeff heinberg coming up in twenty minutes from fbn given us picks for the bmw championship final hours. The power our all our vets for tonight major league baseball will give you our golf picks as well but nick. This is a real pleasure for you man..

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"heinberg" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"heinberg" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

"For last. Saving the best for last on that one real quick. Listeners wanted to thank all of you because you are the sponsors of the Nice work podcast the super nightclub members. You are the sponsors of of the Nice work podcast spy just by being out there just by. Getting behind this simple idea of making the world a nicer place, and this is what this is what Richard is trying to do. He's trying certainly make the world a nicer place with can mean some really not nice sounding truths. Some things that are kind of scary to hear when you follow up his podcast by going to Richard Heinberg dot com, and diving into what he's doing post-carbon dot org of the stuff. Might you know it might counter your preferred worldview? Right? It might counter your preferred narrative where Out It won't take a lot of work. You know humans ingenious. We made it past Y. Two K.. dammit. Yes. So what is the rest of this? So. Just steel yourself a little bit for the some of this is a little bit hard but the work is coming the truth the data it's all coming from a place not of denying future beauty not of being anti technology or necessarily anti-growth but rather of harnessing it in ways that give the greatest you know the provide the greatest good for all living creatures and inert parts of our planet. We don't need to destroy mountain ranges simply because they're not alive. So. Richard. You have this idea on was your idea, but you talked about. Growth and you talk about well, there's that great that great impossible hamster cartoon and which sums up this idea that infinite growth is not possible on a finite planet okay and yet our markets require growth. So there's this model of growing and in having financial markets and human growth at the rate of natural replenishment. What what does that? What does that even means? That's still something you believe in yeah this comes from. A piece I did a few years ago defining the word sustainability. What is sustainable? and. There are two conditions that I think are really important for people to get one is. You can't be sustainable if you're constantly extracting non-renewable resources and degrading them and then. Sending them out as waste pollution, which is what our current economy does. That is fundamentally unsustainable. The other condition sustainability that it's important for everybody to understand is you can't use renewable resources faster than nature regenerates them. So just because it's renewable doesn't necessarily mean it's sustainable. So if we if we get those two conditions for sustainability and really live by them, we can we can have a happy future but if we don't..

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"heinberg" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"heinberg" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

"Fact. Denying financial bubbles because you know bubble bubble bubble right that you see. It's crazy in the middle of global pandemic, the Dow Jones and the other markets are doing fine. How's that possible? How the markets? Fine. How is tesla at seventeen hundred dollars in the midst of global recession and pandemic please explain that. Well. Once again the Federal Reserve has ridden to the rescue of love the investor class just as it did back in two, thousand, eight, two, thousand, nine. and has pumped trillions of dollars into the. Financial System and so the stock people in the stock market see this as the Fed has our backs we can't possibly lose. So hail, let's let's go crazy and Tesla is. You know. Again, everybody's looking for the next big thing and you know kind of doesn't make sense to invest and Boeing right now or American. Airlines. But Tesla I mean you know. Theoretically all of this is done and dusted everybody's GonNa WanNa have electric car. So and musk is researching all these new technologies, batteries and everything. So Hey, will just shovel more money in his direction even though as you say that the the nameplate value of the stock is just ridiculously over-priced. Do. You think we're going to be able to continue to blow these these financial bubbles. Is there a limits? Is there a limit to? Everything,.

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"heinberg" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"heinberg" Discussed on NICE WORK! A Super Nice Club Podcast

"Twenty Four of Nice work, a podcast Super Nice Club I'm your host Todd Brilliant and I'm recording this intro from one of my very favorite cities in the world. Seattle Washington. Seattle's just I just love it. I love this town I really do. If you're into Anthony Dame, which would probably are check out his. Of Parts unknown thing. It's season tanner season on. Seattle and it will give you seattle ward off because this town has changed a lot in the last twenty years that I've been visiting it and not always for the better. That's for sure. But it still just to place for my heart beats stronger and I feel deeper and more creative and. I just love it here. Anyway. Today's guest. Today's guest is a dear friend. And a deer man Richard Heinberg. Sheinberg is the senior fellow at Post Carbon Institute. He is one of the world's great. And researchers on. Energy. Economy. Ecology and how the three intertwined impact one another and really how humans. Addiction to energy consumption. Notably, fossil fuels has changed impacted our societies and what those addictions are going to continue to do to us future and kind of what we can do to overcome them right You're going to hear Richard Talk with me about things like. Oil The shell bubble ponzi scheme the difference between renewable and sustainable the oil booms that Bust Small Town USA. The real disconnect between Silicon Valley and humanity itself. I am not no cases of course but the general disconnect there and the real US economy versus the win you see on television are hopeful transition to solar renewable prospects. WE'RE GONNA talk about how to build new energy infrastructure how Tesla and companies like apple are at all time highs. During a global pandemic in how is that? What does that mean? We're going to cover all of that. We're going to get into violence. Violence. So so turn off everything else. Tune out the rest of the world and drop in too nice work with Richard Heinberg. Richard Heinberg Richard it's great to talk to you and to to see you, I know listeners you can't see Richard but he's dashing and his. One of my favorite people have known for Gosh I could decade now Richard. We've known each other for a decade. Yeah. Yeah. We used to work together when you lived in Santa Rosa..

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"heinberg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"heinberg" Discussed on KOMO

"Let's empire future is in serious doubt. More from ABC's. Jason Nathanson, FOX is renewed the drama empire for a sixth season. And it looks like Jesse smollet mobile part of it. The network says smell that's contract has been extended. But there are no plans for his character Jamal to return to the show smollet at was asked to sit out the last few episodes of season five after being accused of faking a racist and homophobic attack on himself officials in Chicago maintained smell as guilty in suing him smell claims. He's innocent. Jason nathanson. ABC news Hollywood the movies subscription service in a me is going dark the company that tried to challenge movie pass announce late last week. It's ending US operations that Turkish owned company was the target of a number of lawsuits, including one filed by customers who accused it of bayton. Switch time for. If you're losing the battle when it comes to losing weight. Researchers say write it down psychologist, Dr Leslie heinberg says a new study found in the journal obesity shows keeping track of meals actually works when it comes to weight loss, the people who logged hit lost more weight than those who didn't the people who were who had the most weight loss success who lost ten percent or more of their body weight were the ones most likely to log log multiple times a day and keep it up through the whole six months. Dr heinberg says the key is to just keep doing it and stay consistent. This is something to really put into your day. Make it a part of your team. You don't say. Well, I'm not sure do I really want to brush my teeth. No. It's part of your team, keeping that food diary needs to be something that you just do because you know, it's gonna lead to your alternate goal. And if you don't want to write in a journal there are plenty of apps to help you keep track. For lifebeat, I'm marina Rockinger. Komo news. Due chronic stomach. What are your status updates say? What if every ounce.

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"heinberg" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"heinberg" Discussed on KOMO

"Stem courses, recently, especially for girls some proof now that they just might be working girls. Are outscoring eighth grade boys in science, technology, engineering and math. That's according to the latest findings from the nation's report card and assessment of educational progress in the US the report shows the ten year push to get more girls involved in stem classes has been a success. And even though boys actually, still take more math and science courses girls score higher than they do on tests ABC, Sherry Preston. Over one hundred thousand people now work for Google parent company, alphabet, they say their workforce in the first quarter of this year was up to more than one hundred and three thousand that's nearly twenty thousand more than the first quarter of last year seen as some evidence that the company has growing ambitions over the past few years. Alphabet has expanded into an array of new areas, including cloud computing, hardware and self driving cars time now for lifebeat with marina Rockinger. If you're losing the battle when it. Comes to losing weight. Researchers say write it down psychologist, Dr Leslie heinberg says a new study found in the journal obesity shows keeping track of meals actually works when it comes to weight loss, the people who logged lost more weight than those who didn't the people who were who had the most weight loss success who lost ten percent or more of their body weight were the ones most likely to log log multiple times a day and keep it up through the whole six months. Dr heinberg says the key is to just keep doing it and stay consistent. This is something to really put into your day. Make it a part of your team. You don't say. Well, I'm not sure do I really want to brush my teeth. No. It's part of your routine, keeping that food diary needs to be something that you just do sweet because he know it's gonna lead to your alternate goal..

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"heinberg" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

This Week In Marvel

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"heinberg" Discussed on This Week In Marvel

"And gene Colan he had shown up previously beforehand. But without all that we wouldn't be talking about a certain movie. So it's really really neat February ninth. Nineteen eighty two the fantastic four roast by Fred Hamm. Beck was release. I it is very silly. We recently released it it has a lot of fun to check out. It's on marvel unlimited. Fred has really wild cartoon. Silence. Basically superheroes roasting fantastic for its rookie sound so meta and fun. Yes. That same day February ninth nine hundred eighty two was the first appears of rocket raccoon. And that was the pages of incredible hulk number two hundred seventy one of all places. Did he start out as a cute little character? He was he was kind of a cute character the beginning. Okay. It gets real weird. There's clowns and weird animals. It's a whole thing. Those early rocket stories February eleventh nineteen ninety two the release of amazing Spiderman number three hundred sixty one which is really important because the first appearance of carnage at the book that I remember reading as a kid February twelfth nineteen ninety two the legendary X men are Cape game. I hit arcades this news. We get from the fantastic database at giant bomb dot com. February ninth two thousand so the release of punisher number one by Garth innocent. Steve Dillon which was part of marvel knights, but is also commonly referred to as the like most people's favourite punisher series is welcome back. Frank really important, and it is the only incredible required reading if you are a punish your fan. February ninth two thousand five the original young avengers series debuted by Alan heinberg, Jim Chong, introduced Wicky and hulk Ling and so much more..

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"heinberg" Discussed on The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast

The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast

04:15 min | 3 years ago

"heinberg" Discussed on The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast

"Calvin heinberg heinberg hundred eighteen Chris Dickerson hundred fifteen K J Nyboe hundred seven correct Cutler, one hundred Ricky was sake ninety eight and supple pot who eight obviously, not not the big names. You got your sucks in. You know, you got your Dickerson with sake pot. Who those those are probably the biggest names on the list? Kale kills up there, by the way, you see tell you what? Right. Right. Those are the biggest names, obviously, we were surprised not to see us some other names on this list. Some of these guys have never heard of of sure, you know, most people have but. Heinberg it said earlier that every open tournament he has played he has cashed his cast every single open tournament he's ever played. And has that's crazy. So some other notables on this list kale in Nate their cash streak extends over a decade. That's impressive, right? There sexton. I believe it smart Sexton Gulf. It's a thing not gonna not gonna Bank home a ton of ws. He's going to be right there at the top because he gets his pars. And he makes his birdies when they're, you know, you don't see very many very many bogeys on a Sexton card now, he's probably our sports definition of a role player. Like, you have the professional sports world. You have your teams. You have your superstars those you go to guys, but shoop need to be backed up by role players and enroll players guys that just go out do their job and a discussion they never get flashy. But they never fall off. They just do what they're supposed to do. And every whatever came your fan on you know, that there's role players and their essential sections a role player. He goes out just does his game plan. And he's never gonna all of a sudden throw down a seven hundred foot sky Heiser like Simon. He's never gonna hit a hundred twenty foot putt sake. I don't wanna say never. But as far sure he's one hundred twenty. So hit history speaks video footage. Like, these are things that you're superstars are known for sex in those going to he's got to accumulate his birdies. That's why he deserves the Nova captains. Yes. Oh, yeah. For sure. Wins golf than so I think with him being so consistent. He doesn't care. I mean, obviously he wants to win. But when he cashes it's as much of a win for him because consistently over and over and over again, well alleged on your there when he wanted ledge stone and everybody was lined up to give his autograph new such such professional sign signing autographs, and San, hey, thank you. You know, just like he plays golf getting what needs to be done done and moving people long. But then when it was time for me to get his autograph. And I was like not at all I'm stopping and talking to you for a second. You're gonna shake my hand you're gonna hear my name. And you know, what he probably doesn't remember me? But everybody else was just like moving along. God Nate my experience with the same way. The pros came in for the mature row championship in two thousand fifteen when it was in Kalamazoo Michigan and him in MacBeth were there, and I gather a bunch of people all over the place. But I did I sat and chatted with him for a couple of minutes and talked about his. Game and everything else. And as somebody who's now approaching the older age of like disco. Sexton golf his way to go man, really is like I really respect his game a lot in terms of like sticking to a game plan, which is something. I tried to do in two thousand eighteen and it worked big time. Like, I shot some of my most consistent rounds. I didn't bring home. Also, so looked at your stats the other day, and your places. I think you had a bed Turney early in the year but much since the highs not open you've been top five and everything you've played. And I'm one I mean, I'll be checking my players. I was fourth place out of four guys division. I'll be honest on that one. What What was was that? that was? I just looked at your things one to four cool. Well, it did. I mean, I tanked it out at Hudson mills pretty hard, but really shred Hudson. I usually do fairly didn't that one time..

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"heinberg" Discussed on The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast

The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"heinberg" Discussed on The Disc Course - A Disc Golf Podcast

"Foot plus drive, and then plans is up shop for a tap in birdie hole for downhill two hundred and fifty feet OB water directly behind the bass. Ticket James Conrad is not worried about that those jump plots Avia are into the bullseye Nicola Castro nine down going into hold eighteen. But he gets us. I believe around eight down through eighteen for Nico. He's got the so will lead by two strokes over Paul MacBeth, Nate Sexton and Monday, boy, Matt dollar off to around to Ricky was feeling deadly man bogey-free thirteen down with an ace on hole eight that's NICO's infamous. Stop messing that was his Hase. If you've never seen that video. Trevor horrible also infamous race earlier around if you didn't hear me, right? That's correct to aces on the same hole it during the same round. And I say that's infamous because at legis stone last week during around one if you aced whole seventeen you wanna car Trevor Parbel hit dead center heart of the chains? Dude, splashed out and went in the video. He turns around and goes to his bags goes. I don't even get it. What I do. Sometimes holy at maple hill is very similar. They both carry over water to an island green this time. It sticks them in. He gets an ace. But no car sorry after two rounds Simon that was that thirteen hundred par and sorry. But that's it. As writing this round three was underway and the league card was James Conrad. Kelvin heinberg MacBeth and yield raptor legs. So freaky way sake their team at three fifteen Simon that Nate on the chase. Curd pot will the berry and Grady shoe. So what's that lead card again the card was James Conrad? Kelvin heinberg MacBeth and Ricky was Sacchi. Oh, we got our tech guy. Can we get them? Checking scores over here. I'm gonna call a dark horse on this. Yeah. Who you think? Well, how how how Conrad in the lead by? How much was he in the lead by I don't know. What's leader says thing I decided I'm gonna go James Conrad winning. Let me let me into it here. Dude. You are correct. James Conrad one. He got Beth by a stroke maestro by one. Oh, well, I mean for the for the for the total for the round he got Paul MacBeth by three. But for the day. Also, he wasn't in the league one. He was not leave. The last ice. Aw. Nate Sexton was fifteen down. And I don't even see him on this list of Finnish twelve down. But not all right. So James Conrad twenty two down. He's the winter of MVP open take it was thirty five hundred bucks palm MacBeth twenty one. Kelvin heinberg eighteen Grady shoe fifteen. Okay. So everyone pretty much everyone except. Frikkie made it on from the league card kept on Greg bars tied for fifth with hula, Barry, Simon fourteen under eagles thirteen under NICO's thirteen hundred man, not bad round in. Well, let's see where I don't even see Ricky on here. Oh, there is he tied for eighth at thirteen hundred. He was just under an ad. That's all. Stupid ed's. Matt Orem Cameron close laser ten under-. Chris Dickerson out nine hundred with Noah mites..

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