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US sets the stage for COVID booster shots for millions
"Government advisers have recommended Kobe booster shots for millions of Americans but expressed skepticism extra shots will help slow the pandemic advisers to the U. S. centers for disease control say booster should be offered to people sixty five and older nursing home residents and those ages fifty to sixty four with underlying health problems with the provision for younger adults at health risk but the panel decided against extra shots for healthy health care workers Dr Pablo Sanchez we have a really effective vaccine and it's like saying that it's not working and it is and Dr Helen Talbot says getting everyone vaccinated is the answer not giving boosters to those already protected I feel like what month on fox like this is not one of them I'm Jackie Quinn
Supervolcano Eruptions Aren't Single Events
"You study ones that civil kano eruptions on singular events but can continue with follow up last for thousands of years after the first eruption super volcanic eruptions are among the most catastrophic event in any planet's history then includes the earth they vet tremendous amounts of magma almost instantaneously they impact global climate here on earth that means triggering volcanic winter with abnormally cold temperatures causing widespread feminine population disruptions and e findings reported in the journal nature based on a study of volcanic debris from the turbo eruption indonesia. Seventy five thousand years ago. There's no other way to say it. Tober was the largest volcanic eruption in human history. It had a volcanic explosively index of eight the highest possible score on the chart. The volcanic explosively index is a lot of rhythmic scale for an eruption depend on how much welcoming materials thrown out to what hide it's thrown and how long the eruption lasts. Well people these days talk about events. Such as the famous eighteen eighty three eruption of krakatoa in the sunda strait between the islands of java and sumatra or more recently mount saint helens eruption in washington. State these with thousands of times smaller than tober. Thankfully super volcanoes like turbo. A few and far between the last was new. Zealand's taboo volcano. Some twenty eight thousand five hundred years ago. Should volcanoes often erupt several times with evils of tens of thousands of vs between bigger options. But it's not known what happens. During the dormant periods one of the study's authors associate professor martin denny shake from curtin. University says gani understanding of these lengthy dormant periods hope scientists workout. What to look for an young active sipa volcanoes and help. Scientists prick future eruptions
What 9/11 Did to One Family
"Is one the thousands of people who lost someone. They love on september eleventh. Two thousand one twenty years ago now. Big brother bobby. Mcilvaine died that day in new york city at the age of twenty six. He was like reaching out insane. I want to show you my office and was specifically onto the because it was the last time i saw. He told this story to atlantic staff writer jennifer senior. Who wrote about the mcilveen for the atlantic magazine. How did this story come into your life. Well i mean the most obvious way it came into my life is that i knew bobby mcilvaine. He was my brother's roommate in college. He was my brother's roommate in new york city. When they were young then starting out. I would visit my brother at princeton. Bobby would be there and he would. Just be ridiculously precocious charming. He wanted to be a writer. But one of the things that bob learned early in his life in publishing is that a lot of people in publishing came from upper middle class families. They had cushions of money beneath their toes. And bobby's family didn't have that kind of money and bobby knew. He wanted to make a living and so he went into corporate. Pr after two years of being in book publishing. And that's how bobby ended up working for merrill lynch and going to work conference on one of the top floors of the north building of the world trade center on the morning of september eleventh. I went down had coffee and was going over my work like many americans on that morning. Bobby's mom. Helen was starting workday as a teacher and they had the tv set on in every classroom. And i my knees buckled and light. I had to be helped. Bobby's dad bob senior. Also a teacher at the time was also at work. It was on tv. I call home. Of course i try to bobby. We get colon now. The phone was ringing. No one could reach bobby. His parents is friends his girlfriend or his brother. Jeff
Phelim McAleer on Crowdfunding for His Film "My Son Hunter"
"I want to bring Falem mcaleer my old friend from ireland. Falem we've had you and and your wife on this program many times about many fun things you've been on this program talking about this hunter biden film. This movie that you're making and we wanted to get an update from you because he's been in the news a lot lately all horrifying and fascinating Where where are we with one hundred movie. Well horrifying and fascinating is correct. We are we have just. I mean it's amazing. We've just got robert. The actor robert davol dhabi to agree to direct the movie. It's amazing he's a. He's a veteran actor. He's a wonderful person agreed artists as while he's gonna come on board he's gonna give us his his benefit of has thirty five forty years of experience in the entertainment business in the movies. He's been everything from. He's been bombed villain Diehard he's doing on helen. Yes robert davi. I've met robert dhabi. But you're telling i didn't realize he was a bond. It's unbelievable that's fantastic. It doesn't get too much bigger than that. And he's derided the film. Where are we with the funding on the film. Well so we're we the total. We need two point five million. We're now. I think it's one point six right one point six so Really to get the get the start paying the bills and no people are smart. They want money in escrow and all that we need one point we really. We've got two hundred thousand really kicked off a mixture that we can really make this movie. So i mean we're cried funding. It's and people have been so generous like within one point six from donations right. That's a lotta money. That's a lot of people wanting this story to be told needing this story to be told. There's a hunger for the truth. Eagle go gone the website. My son hunter dot com on. They've come up. It's amazing but we do need their
Understanding the Utilization of Data With Helen Brown and Brent Walker
"I welcome helen brown and bent walker. Who have now company guard. No the in the low limited and they are in the management team of the two and in the know helps companies maximize the use of the data six wild balancing co compliance regulation and keeping in mind ethical. Consider so welcome. Helen and brent. I high that i'm thanks. Thanks for inviting us today. Yep looking forward to it. Yep pleasure to have you so if i may ask you. How did you get into privacy just to kick start the conversation. How did you both of you. Because you're such a rich background and such a nicer experience so vetted privacy hop in are you into privacy. Jovi college them. I think i could involve pn it. Because basically as you've said my background's more of a data background and having led health intelligence services across it just the many yes. I think that when i moved into a national role Challenges people being able to get access and to be able to use that day to appropriately. The i became more of a trouble shooter in such light. Data and intelligence and the relative is most of the issues were in data governance say Where some took like it. All started railing about china's and for me. I mean when. I was the chief information officer in a large teaching hospital. That makes you really really think about privacy. You know we've got so much data all of the medical record information. Which when i started most of that was still on paper loads of risks. How to manage some interesting incidents. You really get fail for how privacy compliance is very very important. Then joining helen. Later on in england when we were together you know using the same examples that she did. You know we were exposed to some big corporate privacy issues that we have to manage so yes so trial by fire but we're both very very Experienced in in prison
Frito-Lay Strike Could End as Workers Vote on a New Labor Agreement
"Workers who have been striking in Topeka, Kansas, for more than two weeks are voting today on a new labor agreement. Frank Morris of member station K. C U R reports the proposed contract eases some working conditions at the plant and would raise salaries, but those concessions may not be enough to compete in a tight labor market. Union strong Oh, one thing you learn, talking to the strikers outside the sprawling Frito Lay plant Topeka, the people who make Cheetos, Fritos and chips they can work similar long hours. I am a very hardworking woman. I work like him. Helen Teeter done up in a bright red shirt. Big white hat says she has very little time for family. I have no time to go work for them because I've been working seven days a week. Like 84 hours a week. 84 hours a week, Peter says the money's good up to double the normal $20 an hour wage with overtime. In a statement, Frieda Lee says only about 2% of its Topeka workers average more than 60 hours a week. But the company routinely forces workers to pick up extra hours and to skip scheduled days off even those with seniority like Marlon Smith. I've been here 22 years and I still get force for seven days a week. Maybe, like two or 3, 12 2 or 3 12 hour shifts. The contract Smith and others are voting on today would guarantee one day off a week. It would also end what workers call suicide shifts. 2 12 hour shifts with only eight hours in between. There's a proposed 4% raise over the next two years. But there may not be enough workers have more leverage now, and the signs of that are impossible to miss. They just put this up last week. We were out here We watched him put it up. Brad Wiese is pointing out a new billboard just across from the free delay plant Right where the picketers stand it, says the JM Smuckers company now hiring multiple position shift and pay rates, comprehensive benefit packages, So that's pretty much telling us. Hey, Come on out. We says at least half a dozen companies are actively recruiting disgruntled Frito Lay workers if they can't get the contract they want today for
"helen i" Discussed on Crimes of Passion
"We don't know much about helen. Morgan and her life before she might lee. A lot of the record comes from helen. Herself when larry rennie. Thomas interviewed her about her life. In february of nineteen ninety six but according to helen from the beginning she always felt she had to fight for what she wanted. She was born helen. More in nineteen twenty six on a small farm near shallow north carolina. she never liked the rural lay. She hated the endless chores of the farm. When she was big enough she would leave the farm and go off on her own but from an early age. Helen learned that things don't always work out as planned in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine. When helen was only thirteen years old she had her first child. Another arrived the next year. It's unclear what circumstances helen had her children under. But it's likely that she suffered from some form of coercion and was possibly even forced into a relationship before. I continue with her psychology. Please note. I am not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but i have done a lot of research for the show. According to the human rights organization equality now girls. Who married at a young age are more likely to develop symptoms related to post traumatic stress disorder and depression. Allen wasn't married but at thirteen. She was a mother. It's possible she was expected to take on the role of an adult woman as well in another study conducted in two thousand eleven researchers found that girls married before. Eighteen have a higher risk of developing anxiety and even bipolar disorder. These girls are also at risk of having substance abuse problems later in life at thirteen..
"helen i" Discussed on Revisionist History
"Helen of it. Slender short wearing an elegant black dress smiling at the camera is full of intelligence and compassion and life born in brooklyn nineteen sixteen dodge in los angeles. Nineteen ninety-three can judge helen levitt. I know her. No and what she went through. I can't Revisionist history is produced by meal bell..
"helen i" Discussed on Revisionist History
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"helen i" Discussed on Revisionist History
"Miss delta young people who were on the campus who did not get involved either with the young communist or the young socialists. Either weren't bright enough. 'cause it was heavy stuff angles and even lenin i mean marks impossible to but angles was comprehensible but very well. It was a challenge to read. But i was very impressed with angled and lennon. They both were extrordinary minds and took incredible writers. A young people who didn't get either didn't have the intellectual Capacity while the cartridge as i listened to.
"helen i" Discussed on Revisionist History
Adrienne Rich was One of the Most Widely-Praised Poets of the 20th Century
"We're talking about one of the most widely taught widely read and widely praised poets at the twentieth century. Her burke brought the minute show of women's lives into the spotlight challenging the idea that to right from the female perspective was uninspired and undeserving of attention. Let's talk about adrienne rich when she was born in baltimore in nineteen twenty nine adrienne rich's parents thought she would be a boy they'd plan to name her after her father. Arnold a doctor. Instead arnold decided his daughter adrienne would be a literary prodigy by the age of four. Adrienne could read and write by six. She wrote her first poetry book by seven a fifty page play about the trojan war. This is the child we needed and deserved her mother. Helen wrote in a notebook. Helen had been a concert pianist and had given up her career for marriage. And motherhood as much as adrian's childhood was marked by long hours in her father's library her mother's sadness and lack of agency left a lasting impression to in nineteen fifty one while a senior at radcliffe college. Adrian experienced her first big break her poetry manuscript. A change of world won the yale younger poets prize. The prize came with a publishing contract. W h auden wrote the foreword and reviewers loved it. At twenty two years old. Adrian became a critical darling soon thereafter. She won a guggenheim fellowship. Which funded additional studies at oxford. There she met alfred. Conrad a graduate student from harvard. Despite her father's disapproval and married alfred. Nineteen fifty three
U.K.'s Health Chief Resigns After Breaching Coronavirus Rules With a Kiss
"Pictures of Matt Hancock kissing an advisor in his office last month. At the time, indoor gatherings were banned and social distancing was urged The BBC's Helen Cat has more because the health secretary is so instrumental in making the rules that everyone is living by in England. Certainly, and he's very much being the public face of them that the feeling was that he wouldn't have any credibility if we had to ask people to follow restrictions any further or going forward or new restrictions that he just wouldn't have that credibility because he had broken the rules he set himself. The BBC's Helen Cat. New Covid cases in the UK are down sharply from earlier peaks. It's
"helen i" Discussed on Talking Politics
"The japanese not model but the japanese example may have wide implications or ramifications particularly when you think about demography ageing societies possibility of relatively speaking low long-term growth rights. It's a real risk. That said i think there are worse face in japan affiliation west places to be japan there the have been west places many places to be the japan over the past three or four decades since the bubble burst is interesting to think about what japan affiliation has come to mean because after all in the before the bubble burst in the late eighties i was feeding. The world was about because japan was the coming superpower on japanese companies with taking over in the united states and my other places of that sort of paranoid stuff that there is some comparison but much to people sometimes think about china now. The japan was coming to panels. Coming to eattttt america's lunch and then there was also that sense of japan affiliation. Often think about this. Because it's in. This is an elected part of france's kion as the end of history way says what the end of history gonna look like his japan or the european union those his two moguls of the end of history and he's writing in nineteen ninety two. He's writing after the japanese ogle bus but before japan goes stock in secular stagnation or whatever it was but implication widely. Actually go back to earlier. Question was this was a sort of this model that the end of history. The trump liberal democracy was increasing tendency. Tools this kind of bland. Politics of functional entrusts sense of rotation maybe of people in power. But it didn't mean much for kiama says it's sort of like the politics of the tea ceremony is quite elegant. And as a seth amount of elegant movement but actually quite placid underneath not true the so the world hasn't been japan'a fight in that way anymore than the european union turned out. Be that kind of institution. The european union doesn't look much like a tea ceremony anymore. Avid at japan affiliation has come to mean this other thing this may be that kind of politics and also for reasons having said that kind of economy getting stock and unable to shake itself out of the trap that has fallen into. And if you get away from the specific comparisons to general theme if the possibility is being countenance hairs rather than say the risks of inflation and some of the kind of to mow the political. Chew of the comes with that. You know that favor of a return to the nineteen seventy say. This is more like a future. Japan in the two thousands or twenty times which is a sort of stuck in a rut politics or political economy with a certain amount of rotation of the talk but real frustration and getting to grips with the underlying trend's at work if that's what japan affiliation has come to mean. I think it's a real risk having said which they're all many worse things than that. There are many worse. Things are getting stuck in a rut. Unless while you're in the real world comes to an end which is always a possibility. But if that's what japan affiliation means in this question maybe it doesn't in very broad terms and maybe the united states will will balk at the united states is still pretty dynamic place but i think it is a real risk. I think that the seven interesting things. The first of them is that one of the things. That's really striking about what happened to japan is these economic problems set in was really how little political instability that came out of it. It didn't lead to the kind of developments that we now think. Oh if you like is to democratic political disruption of the kind that we saw in any number of european countries in the united states after the the two thousand nine crash. And i think. What's interesting about is. I took the lead leads to a certain amount of rotation at the top. But what's so to me. Striking about japanese politics is still so much about the politics of corruption. You know it's it's scandal. It's it's scandal politics rather than being a manifestation of cut some kind of structural cracks in the system and that's also a possible future for us to one of the features of politics when it gets stock is rotation happens through scandal rather than three substantive change in japan does seem like a kind of exemplar of that his former throw island thing. You might say that is like the japan is obviously more than any other country Large country had china shock. Meaning china shotgun back to not nineteen seventy-one really when was recently. When essentially nixon kissinger ripped up the entire price will auto in east asia which japan orientated itself route in to establish relations again with china but that china the present tense. China show when one-sided cited gown from Two thousand one when china and to the world trade organization hasn't manifested itself in japanese politics in waiting quite sign that it has in american politics in different ways Equivalent of trump off the Certain aspects of japan's politics has had to deal with particularly the question about japan's historical relationship with china. I think the turned to the question about inflation on whether that is something that has set japan. Apart by having this period that can be conceived as deflation way and now we might expect to be some future shocks coming political shocks coming to european. Walk season north. American vera a rise in inflation. If there's going to be a rise in inflation. I think it's my slice much out of the energy and the not is going to affect pounds as much as it's going to affect any other any european north american countries it's quite possible that economic conditions if that is the direction of travel which to energy driven inflation. That japan is An economic terms as what's going on elsewhere now that doesn't mean that the political consequences in japan white still being relatively singular in comparison. But i think that the inflation story. If it's coming will be common drive thoughts. You think it's coming pokhran evidence this morning. He doesn't doubt that there's already more inflation in the american economy than there was before we entered into the pandemic. I think that try to work out. Like what the inflationary potential of a could be rapid recovery from the pandemic is quite difficult and arguments can be made in in both directions. I mean i view that in the medium term that energy will be a source of inflation in the which was in the in the nineteen seventies. That was the first of three episodes that we're going to be putting out altering questions we're going to get to. Uk politics questions about the future of the union and we go to some questions coming up to buy what helen i really care about will also be telling you soon about plans for the summer and all the exciting stuff. We've got coming up in the autumn. So do please join us all that. My.
Storytelling and the Science of Love With Helen Fisher
"Thanks again for talking with us today. Thinking about your trajectory. Why did you decide to become an anthropologist. In the first place is so interesting. Because i grew up in a glass house was don't by one of the harvard. Five right up the road philip. Johnson's fan says. When i was six seven and eight years old i used to sneak into the woods and sit on an old stonewall and watch my neighbors eat. Dinner always watched table always. I've been fascinated with by watching people and by the continuity between men and based and identical twin and even as a small child everybody would ask the questions like. Do you like the same food. Have the same friends to get the cavities in your teeth. Do you think like which. I thought was a very strange question at the time now. I don't know as so long before. I knew there was a nature nurture issue. I knew there was biology to behavior because of my childhood because everybody asks identical twins what they have in common. And so i already had that and as i say i used to sit in the woods and watch my neighbors eat dinner. I remember in graduate school. I went to a party. Native set up a camera against some another apartment building next door. And i want to spend an hour watching a man smoke his pipe and this watching this patient motions in the ways is moved Focused was so. i'm just always been anthropologist. And then i remember. I was in college and i was in the study smoker. The basement and i had a girlfriend to walk ins at helen. You'll really like anthropology. Because you are apologised. Oh as so. She pointed out to me. And i took every single. I didn't even take the beginning course. I just took whatever they had. And one of the things about it as you don't have to start or at least i did with a big overview. I took peoples of africa. I took archaeology peoples of indonesia. Whatever it was primate behavior without ever know some of the basics. And you can pick up all that very rapidly if you registered so there's always been in anthropologist and somebody finally pointed the field out to me and i've always been interested in the nature part of nature and nurture.
How Eminem Helped Save Detroit
"The year is two thousand eleven. The event super bowl forty-five the pittsburgh steelers versus the green bay packers. Aaron rodgers was mvp. Christina aguilera sang the national anthem. The black eyed peas performed the halftime show in truly fergus. Fashion it was peak. Two thousand ten's in every way but the biggest moment of the event was an epic two minute commercial titled born of fire better known by its catchphrase imported from detroit as marshall eminem. Mathers drives a chrysler. Two hundred through darkly lit detroit streets and an instrumental version of his song. Lose yourself plays in the background. A gritty male voice growls. What does a town. That's been to hell and back know about the finer things in life will. I'll tell you more than most you see. It's the hottest fires that make the hardest steel and hard work and conviction and the know how that runs generations deep in every last one of us that we. That's our story now. It's probably not the one you've been reading in the papers. The one being written by folks who've never even pin here don't know what we're capable of marshall. Eminem mathers parks chrysler outside. Detroit's fox theater inside a black choir. Ads their voices to the music from the stage as marshall walks down the isle onstage. The rapper turns the cameron. Says this is the motor city and this is what we do. The what we do was clear. Detroit has always been the center of american car manufacturing. But how did the city get to the point of needing a super bowl ad to sell itself. What was the helen. Back referenced in the ad and what was the story written in the papers. It was false then. Was there a true version. Ready to be uncovered
Interview With Pilots Craig Beles and Truman O'Brien
"Creek truman. Welcome to the there. It was podcast. Thank you thank you very much. Gentlemen you have quite an interesting story in an interesting background craig. Especially you at seventy years old deciding. This was the right time in your life. Things finally lined up where you had the time and the money together to go flying and flying with your cfi truman. Who with a lot of experience but then kinda went doormat when he retired from the airlines for dozen years or so came back to be a cfi and help you learn to fly help. His nephew learned to fly and So here you are in. Imc conditions flying from from bend oregon to To vashon island. Do you mind picking up the story from there. Yeah it was quite the Quite the experience. I hadn't planned on this unexpected stop that we made on the side of mount saint. Helen's we now refer to this as the miracle on mount saint. Helen's at least. I do. But i couldn't have done it with a better A better pilot. Truman of course has many many hours. on i think over nineteen thousand but As he's told me before he's never had a crash before so. This was a new experience for the both of us but we were coming back from band. Everything was fine. I had flown the plane from vashon down to bend oregon We turned around a couple of hours. Later started our way back and Truman was flying the plane. Control the plane
Pioneering Comic Paul Mooney, a Writer for Pryor, Dies at 79
"A popular comedian who work closely with Richard Pryor has died perhaps you are not as familiar with Paul Mooney as many others are but if you have ever crack yourself up to the humor of Richard Pryor Dave Chapelle Eddie Murphy or even homey the clown from in living color you definitely know his work mony has died he was seventy nine his publicist says he died of a heart attack at his home in Oakland California Muni and prior began their friendship and working relationship in the late nineteen sixties they went on to write episodes of Sanford and son and prior insisted on having morning aboard as a writer on his now classic turn as a host on Saturday Night Live in nineteen seventy five other comedians like chip Helen Murphy made use of movies biting wit and heart age as he told jokes that explored racial issues with both humor and truth I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
London Pub Emerges From Lockdown With Gusto
"Home owners are hoping for a big pandemic come back in Britain the prince of Peckham pub in London has already had speed dating night demi all Janay gave it a try Helen Waller says pubs are a good way to reconnect white people I mean it's on buying ana is the owner of the principessa he sees a pop as the heart of the community it's an area where you can celebrate you could warn you can log off you can cry you could break up make up like you can be black white Allstate we should be doing J. to be anything other events planned this week at the pub or drag brunches and neon and naked life drawing I'm at Donahue
"Squiggly" Careers and the End of the Traditional Path
"When we met at university twenty years ago. We made for unlikely friends. I'm an extrovert. Who gets involved in. Everything talks to anyone. And i'm introverted. Ideas person. he finds verts energizing but a bit intimidating. Despite our differences we both had an ambition to climb the ladder and have a successful career. We were motivated by how far and how fast we could progress and in those first few years of work. We were all about promotions and pay rises. We're preoccupied by the positions that we held in how senior job title sounded and on the surface. Everything seemed to be on track but we started to get this sense that the ladder might actually be holding back. The obvious next step wasn't always the most appealing and we were both excited about exploring opportunities. That weren't necessarily based on what we've done before it wasn't what we'd anticipated but our careers started to look and feel much more like squiggly. A squiggly career is both full of uncertainty and full of possibility. Change is happening all the time. Some of it is in our control. And some of it's not success isn't one-size-fits-all squiggle. Indigent as we are and for me. That's meant a career where i've moved from working on foldable credit cards in one company. They didn't catch on building and launching a loyalty app for another and that one is still going on. I've made from making magazines to working on feed waste from a five to four day week so i could spend more time on personal projects and volunteering. I've already had more jobs more organizations than my dad. And he's been working for twice as long as i have and i'm the rule not the exception
Dog Trainer Suspended After Winning Greyhound Tests Positive for Meth
"A race dog has tested positive for meth in a trainer has been disqualified. A dog trainer in new zealand has been disqualified from racing after one of her winning greyhounds tested positive for meth. Unfortunately this is true. Here's what happened trainer angela. Helen turn walled in her dog. Zipping sarah secured first place at the addington raceway in christchurch. Earning a four thousand dollar prize but the money never made it to her pockets after her. Winning dogs post race. Urine tests was flagged for 'em fed. It means in methamphetamines. The judicial control authority for racing has investigated seems to be a problem in the dog racing industry. I'd imagine perhaps in horse racing industry as well.
Jelani Cobb on the Murder of Daunte Wright and the Derek Chauvin Trial
"This week coverage of the derek chauvin trial. It's been an amazingly distressing week in terms of the coverage of what's going on in the courtroom minneapolis where derek chauvin is on trial and even as is happening of there was another police shooting this one of dante right also in minneapolis and it requires journalists. Who are doing this to cover all these things at once. What's going on in the courtroom protests in the streets. What's going on with the dante right case and how to put all this together too so it makes sense and how to tell. The wider story is the job of now as we face a critical week next week when a verdict could well come down in the chauvin trial. I'm really happy to be joined by. Johnny cobb new yorker staff writer. Who has a piece about this. This week in the new yorker and has been covering the george floyd murder happened last may welcome gilani. So you've been reporting from minneapolis. For how helen helen we. They're a do days. What does that mean like. What how do you do that so you wanna you wanna keep an eye on what's happening in the courtroom but you also want to keep an eye on what's happening the street. So how did you. How did you go about reporting so these strange times as we already know and The nature of the trial was that only two reporters could be inside the actual courtroom and so they were doing pull reports and in the courtroom the in the courthouse The media were watching the proceedings on a bank of televisions and so the communications person for the courthouse literally fed. It's no different than you watching it in your living
Microsoft's Pentagon Deal Validates The AR Industry
"News for the augmented reality industry. Maybe the biggest news in the history of this nascent. The military says microsoft will build one hundred and twenty thousand custom. Hololens headsets for the us army. Validation of the use case for a are in some very serious real world conditions. Yes but also look at how much this validates the hololens as a business microsoft says the contract could be worth up to twenty one point. Eight billion dollars over ten years. Think of all those years and billions of dollars spent on moon shots over at google and in one fell swoop. Microsoft has been like yeah. Hold our beer as brad sam's tweeted and just like the rnd costs for this product have been more than recovered and quote and something tells me if these things prove useful we could eventually see way more than one hundred and twenty thousand units ordered quoting cnbc. This deal follows a four hundred and eighty million dollar contracts microsoft received to give the army prototypes of the integrated visual system or es in two thousand eighteen. The new deal will involve providing production versions the standard issue. Helen's which cost thirty five hundred dollars enables people to see holograms overlaid over their actual environments and interact using hand and voice gestures in iva s. Prototype that a cnbc reporter trade out in two thousand nineteen display a map and a compass and had thermal imaging to reveal people in the dark. The system could also show the aim for a weapon. Quote the ivy a headset based on holland's and augmented by microsoft azure cloud services delivers a platform. That will keep soldiers safer and make them more effective. Alex kitman a technical fellow at microsoft and the person who introduced the helen's in two thousand fifteen wrote in a blog post quote. The program delivers enhanced situational awareness enabling information sharing and decision making in a variety of scenarios and quote. The headset enables soldiers to fight rehearse and train in one system. The army said in a statement. The contract which was awarded on friday has a five year base period where they five year option after that and army spokesperson told cnbc an email. The pentagon did not immediately respond to a request for
Palestinian militant will challenge Abbas’s party in election
"Their first parliamentary elections in fifteen years. Npr's daniel estrin reports from jerusalem. The longtime palestinian authority president faces a serious challenger. Candidates submitted their lists for elections next month. And there's a major shakeup marwan barghouti a popular figure serving a life. Sentence in israel is backing an independent list for parliament. Another candidate muhammadu to. Helen is backing another list. That means votes. That would have gone to palestinian president. Mahmoud abbas fatah party could be spread among multiple rival lists that could weaken the secular party and give its islamist rival hamas the upper hand in elections analysts say that might give president abbass reason to cancel the elections of haute which was aimed at unifying the palestinian territories after fifteen years of divided. Rule daniel
"helen i" Discussed on What'sHerName
"Convictions. Cool she's released from prison. She promises that she will not hold anymore seances. And then she immediately goes back to scotland and begins holding seances but she moved back to scotland and decided to to basically keep it on the down low and be a bit quieter. These are small seances in her home now giant packed halls and she's no longer releasing state secrets in one thousand nine fifty. Six police raided her while she was in the middle of a science one evening because now of course the fraudulent medium act has been established. And she's really truly not supposed to be doing this and she said that she was in a very very deep trout senate and it took her out it. she's very upset and throughout the rest of the day. She keeps complaining that she's really not feeling well and that evening she died. What yep of what. Her followers of course blamed the police raid. Yeah but also eulogized her. The people that fully taryn liked said to the the spirits decided to keep her for their own while she was in a trance. Thought it was very nice The general medical opinion now is that she was in very poor health and just it was bad timing and she just happened to die that evening but either way. That's the end of helen. Duncan wow or is it. She's a medium of course right if anyone's gonna come back. Yeah it should be held in dunkin and she did make a brief appearance. At a seance in the uk in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and i mean a very brief appearance. She appeared to wish happy birthday to another spirit. A nine year old boy who was celebrating his birthday from the other side with his brother's family and various other well wishers. Okay and helen dropped by mainly to encourage all the living attendees to remember folks who are alone on their birthdays. And it would help to papa card through the door of those that we know are alone. Oh we have audio of this to wait. What.
"helen i" Discussed on What'sHerName
"Rim. Probably that fact so obviously with this many relatives in the know and possibly searching for closure with their dead relatives how helen dunkin got this. Information is not particularly hard to guess. Unfortunately for helen. There were several police officers in the audience. A reported this. This wasn't her first of spilling military secrets in edinburgh had reported another sinking ship. And at that point. Admiral was in the audience and he had not heard anything about this so he calls in to see. It is true that this ship sink. Is there anything and he was told. No there's been nothing reported by the official navy switchboard and then the next morning he gets a call at the. Hms hood had been sunk by the bismarck but it had not yet even been reported to the navy at the point that helen makes this announcement. Wow yeah that one hard to explain. Yeah pretty disconcerting. Right again we have to rethink. What if she is actually doing something here. She is communicating with the dead or. She is psychic or she does have access to some things that is giving her some of this information and then as everyone else ups their showmanship hers and so she's a real medium pretending to be a fake medium. It's a really weird turn of events oversee this then go back to the authorities again and this made her quite a prominent character. They were keeping an eye on because if she was able to do this. And reveal those military secrets to a roomful of people. Then that was obviously quite a problem. If she keeps doing this she could blow the whole operation for the end of world war. Two and the closer we get to d day. The more of us real security threat. She begins to look like because she keeps dropping these bombshell announcements months before they're supposed to be made public. Gosh and this is why. She is tried for witchcraft. There's nothing else they can charge her with seek. You can't charge her with espionage has they can't prove it they can't prove it and they don't want anyone to know that what she's saying is true if they say she's committing espionage. They have to admit that the things she is saying actually happened. And those are state secrets. That's awesome so. She was arrested in portsmouth and charged with vagrancy. 'cause they didn't know what else to charge her for and then she was taken to london. And that's where she was put on trial for rant about a month or say the only evidence that they could provide. Because how do you prove if one is talking to the data not was physical evidence so they bring in some of the plaza him. This is just cheesecloth. We can prove it and they have. The hat banned from sids hat. Low the band which was bought from the event of the sinking of the h mess. Barroom which was what the ghost was wearing the time somebody had managed to secure that from the evening and this kind of doctor in really and got her in trouble because she don't even look to the fact that at that time uniforms had changed because such a quick turnaround and they were putting so many troops out so quickly that the production of uniform was completely different as to how it used to be so it used to be that happened will be printed with the name of the ship but it wasn't anymore so that that this hat cannot be from the ghost of said who drowned on the. Ats barham wow. It proves that she is a fraud. Now she's a second to think about what i just said right. If you prove she's a fraud she's not a witch exactly see is on trial for witchcraft. And the evidence produced to convict her is proof that is not practicing witchcraft. Yeah what it proves. I think definitively that everyone involved knows what she's actually on trial for. This isn't about witchcraft. This is about shutting her up and it worked all. She was convicted of witchcraft. Eventually okay the trial dragged on and on and on part of that is because there is a slight distraction. Going on in london bombs were falling at the time. And you can't stay in court at the old bailey when you're getting bombed. They have to adjourn the trial. Flee to the bomb shelters add reschedule. Day she was eventually found guilty and sent to holloway prison. For nine months later would have fared in under the seventeenth censuring her life in front of a massive crowd. But i think the reason that they probably charged at the time inside was reasonable so it was enough to teach a lesson to make sure that she didn't do it again but it was also a low enough charge to not put her away for years and years which something like theft. She could have been away for three years but is only nine months. Okay this case is the national sensation. Of course i i one is talking about it even churchill. You think that he would be busy during the bull but apparently he also made a statement on it and he said the case was absolute tomfoolery and a complete waste of resources which i am inclined to agree and she is the very last person in the uk ever to be convicted much craft. That's amazing are those on the books. Like could you still arrest. The good news is thanks to helen. And largely as a result of this trial and the absolute tomfoolery. The witchcraft act was finally abolished in nineteen fifty one and the fraudulent medium. Act put in its place so congratulations. Uk listeners are safe from witchcraft.
"helen i" Discussed on What'sHerName
"Helen is in a trance. He is asking questions of the audience and introducing people and occasionally helen in her transfer will have conversations with albert. There's audio of this yes. It's amazing so have a listen to this. I along come on outside. The debt won't porn andrea. Who a young lady. I'll look now. I was eating the inauguration. day side. strange isn't it. But that's that's having a long conversation with us alpha. That's when cheese talking with albert's voice which is the the man's voice and then she's talking afterwards. That's how having a proper conversation with us. This would be convincing to me. These are two different people all almost speaking over one another sometimes. How are both of these people. Speaking at the same time it's very top notch spiritualist.
"helen i" Discussed on What'sHerName
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"helen i" Discussed on Criminal
"It's phoebe. A great way to help support our show right now is to buy some criminal merchandise. We're launching a brand new online shop and we'll be adding all kinds of new things to it in the coming months this month. Where adding a brand new enamel pin and instead of twenty five postcards featuring some of our favorite episode illustrations by julien alexandre. We also have t shirts and tote bags even an. I'm phoebe judge mask to check out our store go to this is criminal dot com and click on shop. Thanks very much for your support. Are you in new orleans. Yeah i am. How is new orleans. Today it's fine from what i can see for my house. Know new orleans is new orleans. It's a great city <hes>. We're doing all right. But i gotta tell you phoebe we just my little brother just died yes today. He got covert. So oh i'm sorry of <hes>. Yeah he <hes>. He had a lot of underlying conditions. He was seventy six so he just <hes>. It's just a terrible disease and you know we're louisiana. We'd love people love being with each other and you know you can just see how people get it because they wanna have. These gatherings and people dropped the guard and spreads and <hes>. Think pets may be how he got it anyway. But i'm at peace with it because he would ahead such terrible road if he had made it through and <hes>. Som- glad god is that you've been around death for for a long time or at certain moments. Is it any easier for you to mourn someone or accept death. Now that you've seen it and seen it in such a public way <hes>. But also in a private way with your own family while private of course is if flesh and blood your heart is soul you know and it mother father sister brother used to set the table for five and now it's me and it's very it's kind of in a way. Too big to get hold of there. Was this little kid in the same. Thomas <unk> housing projects that reporter was interviewing him. They'd been another shooting in the projects here in new orleans and <hes>. So the interviewer was talking to the kid. Each probably like about eight and just trying to see how this always impacting his life and at one point the interview the kid said i'm too young to understand this. Well i'm eighty one. And i'm too young to understand this. This huge mystery is that we all die in. I've seen so many die. There's a part of me. I can go through the whole ritual of it but to take it in and that i'm gonna die. That's what impossible everybody dies but me. You know that feeling so it's just a big old mystery and what i'm thrown back on is louie lives inside. May now my little brother and then moving over to the public of the six human beings that accompanied the execution and <hes>. What you do. What i do with death is arm alive. I wanna live my life to. The full is authentically. As i can. I wanna live in the reality. That death is part of it but to live because death can just punch in the stomach knocked the wind out you know it just knocks the the joy of life. The desire is stunned in a way and then comes back and you go. It's a new day. It just from being alive as a human being existential way of putting it is. The truth is i'm alive and i wanna live. I wanna live authentically. And i wanna live to the fall. And that's that's to me is what it leaves me with his. This mandate to live and to live fully. Which means to love is fully as i ran and when it comes to loving in the criminal justice system it means working really hard for justice and for people's voices to be heard. I wonder if you'd mind introducing yourself. Yeah like say about time. I i've i would have stopped you but i like to hear you talk so i just said well. We'll get her namely get her name. Nothing like drinking from a fire hose. I'm obsessed to helen. pray sean. Now my sister of saint joseph catholic nun win sister. Helen prejean was young. she declared the chewed either. Grow up to be the president or the pope. Instead when she was eighteen she became a nun. A fellow nun once described her as a hurricane. She's eighty one should think that you are the most famous none in america. Where does that. We're famous means a lot of people know your name. Yeah probably i would say yeah. That's what that means. Because i've been out there so much. I guess i got street. Cred kazaa ben in thirty something years. And i do speaking. I'm not traveling anymore. Because of covert. But i'm zoman mob bloom in head off. I mean because you can still talk and be present two groups and thou so. I'm doing a lot of that.
"helen i" Discussed on The Archive Project
"Helen macdonald is and this dramatic understatement. Multitalented she is a naturalist an illustrator. she's an historian of science. At the university of cambridge she has worked as a professional falconer including as a falcon breeder for the royal family of the united arab emirates and has assisted with raptor research and conservation projects across eurasia. And of course. She is a writer as a poet. She has published three collections. And as an essayist. She has published widely including for the new york times magazine. Her twenty sixteen book ages for hawk defies any single label at once memoir natural history literary biography it explores grief and loss the relationship between humans and animals obsession memory myth and history. It was also a huge national bestseller that spent years on the new york times bestseller list. Macdonald joined us to talk about her most recent book. An essay collection called vestberg flights in this collection and in this episode mcdonald moves back and forth through topics ranging from scientists to swans and into childhood memories and then forward into an ominous future. Mcdonald's skillfully links her own experiences. Not only with the natural wild world but with a very human world there is grief to be sure about the irreparable damage to this world in sixth grade extinction already in motion but there is also all mcdonald's work abundant wonder and beauty. A little later in the show mcdonald will be joined by the oregon writer. Elena passenger elo. Here's mcdonald who spoke to us from her home in england. So it's a real pleasure to be with you. All and i hope that in bright at times to calm able to see we'll in person right now i'm i'm here in my house in england with a cup of coffee and Before i start talking I guess. I wanna make a confession. Little people recently have told me that convinced. I'm i'm coping with This grim pandemic by spending all my time wandering around in the countryside taking solace from the natural world and i have not been coping with the pandemic that way. I want to just confess to everyone that that's been a lot of sitting on my sofa. Pints of is watching action movies and we paying. So i want to just put that there as a kind of you know to start with so as many of you know. My loss ages for hawk was a memoir about the sudden death of my father. And how i dealt with that by training a goshawk. Very ferocious boat of pray. I don't recommend that way of dealing with bereavement generally but it was very instructive experience But my new book. The flight is a collection of essays and for years the word essay would sign into a kind of blind panic. I was the kind of child. Never get their homework on time. I would constantly in trouble and at university. It got worse. I'll never forget the look on the faces of my cheetos as as like yet again failed to produce the we're supposed to produce. The faces turned to frustration. But i've lent now. I love essays to absolute distraction. They seem to me to do things that longer. Pieces of Trait of nonfiction. Just can't they seem like exercises in fierce attention in love and wonder An fashioned from those things and i increasingly feel are a little bit. Like what happens if i go for a walk and you could wander around and suddenly something will pop out from the kind of background blur. Graham greene might be an eggshell. Or or a cd. Someone's thrown out of a call window glittering in the verge There in section seems to me those moments when you see these things and you kind of want to know why they're there what they mean.
"helen i" Discussed on Mr Barton Maths Podcast
"Now my aim in this teaching from home series is that you will hear from a wide variety of teachers sharing a wide variety of experiences though. Be Technology focused episodes. Just how does remote teaching work but also episodes focused on the practicalities of coping with setting? Shoot it's appropriate work. Whilst also having to look after your own children at home then this issues of safeguarding differentiation. And teach a mindset that have also come up as this series of progressed. They'll be Muss teaches. Teaches all the subjects as here today. Primary School focused episode and in particular early years there'll also be teachers from the UK and overseas. Hopefully something for everyone. I've no idea how long this series will go on for but so long as people keep listening and hopefully finding it useful. I shall continue so this time around. I spoke to Dr Helen Williams. Helen is an expert in early years teaching. Now when Helen I came on the podcast back in December. Twenty eight eighteen. She absolutely blew my mind describing lessons involving gold beans and asking me questions. Like what is the number three now whilst we have considered on this series how school closures? Might Affect Primary students. And what we as teachers can do about it in my interview with John Hodgkinson. I wondered whether earl years was a completely different ballgame. I can't think of anyone better than Helen to answer my questions. Now as you would expect this is a conversation packed. Full of Golden Nuggets though be useful not only for teachers of alias students but also that parents indeed my little. Isaac will be reaping the rewards of this conversation when he wakes from his afternoon nap. Oh Anna's bonus at the end of the show Helen response to the poll cash and call Hendrick episode..
"helen i" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Walk to in the corner like no Hey there I yeah well what like sweet things I've never been a suite I'm always never been so we listen I want to you know I mean I know I mean it never been kind of yeah yeah I got to get Tony's yeah take and put you know pie is my favorite thing but a gift intensifies now all of a sudden I'm like get me applied it's only like one like one piece I'm like as a pie I want to hold yeah I just eat a whole strawberry rhubarb pie I mean I could probably do it black what time you were you drove back from lunch when we got there on Monday I thank Hey hi Helen I went to Iraq on the way back we stopped and got some honest honestly the best price Hey I mean I go do you have did you bring back any shingles we ate them on the way back the old hold on the call here's what happened when we were driving I was like look at that there's some Amish selling some stuff on the side of the road let's go look at all and here it's all hand made you know the better they're doing the whole thing by was reasonable and I but they had little mini pies you know maybe like three five inch idea I got a couple of those and like all right many pies feeling good I got one for later I got one for right now is you know we're driving home and I took a few bites of that mini pie and then I ate the second mini pie that I made on he'll turn around fifty miles a week to go get more those pies she donned a selling stuff on the side of the road he goes I'm down with that he turned around and then we bought the full size price that's commercial or but they were so happy to see you all man okay.
"helen i" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Happy Birthday smooth operator today's real name Helen I don't I don't believe that's right I think that's absolutely one hundred one hundred and ten percent true are you serious others making crap look look look at this read it read it right here on wikipedia right there today is a real name hello and I'll do my name is Nigel that's Jason hammer going down the list of some of the birthdays are celebrating today what is a what comes to mind when I say Alber pools are amazing baseball player Saint Louis cardinals as a cub fans of pain in my rear in for a number of years sees a is he still in the league still in the league is kind of on the back half angels the UPS privileges he's forty forty I would've thought he'd be a little bit older than that it just feels like he's been in baseball for so long really yeah wow the older than forty well he probably has been in baseball for so long yeah he was a young stud when he came up with the cardinals and he was the cornerstone of their franchise for years and signed and massive free agent deal to go to the angels which you know the cardinals were willing to let him walk because they thought he was past his prime AG four weeks we know all we all know that name here in the city right let me flip the script on you when you think of AJ Foyt what comes to mind Indy five hundred there we go vertex not putting up with any crap eighty five years old today eighty five number of it you still see him getting around the speedway man for eighty five years old he still gets around pretty good I mean he's at health issues like any other old person would have what's what's this audio I'm about to play here well it was a conversation about a day for it if we didn't have some classic words of wisdom hammer and Nigel presents AJ four was you don't know what for also live on the IMS radio network right a classic red as AJ Foyt right up with your crap at all even when he was like older as a team owner he was smacked around ari lined I think not literally after arrays really look up on YouTube AJ Foyt ari line died key the kind of ran over to him after the race of like smacked him on his head and should days real name as hell and okay Hollywood director in horror movie guide John Carpenter is seventy two years old you go down the list of some of the movies this guy's directed potluck huge chunks of my childhood were affected by what to this guy's movies your big slasher kid I yeah Halloween he directed Halloween he directed the the movie Christine to the big ones in my childhood I always used to watch the movie Christine messed me up when I was a kid Stephen King book the got turned into the movie but the killer car the classic car and but to also one of the other one of my favorite comedies of all time big trouble in little China was directed by John Carpenter all I forgot about that he directed that yes so he went from my slasher flicks that you know right trouble in little China love big trouble little China Jack Burton was Kurt Russell's name in that the character in that did you know that Paul McCartney from the Beatles went to jail one time in Tokyo no any idea why you need any guesses gotta be we'd we'd yes this data back in nineteen eighty four years ago of Tokyo the the police in Tokyo through Paul McCartney in jail for with marijuana possession well I mean busted with drugs right I yes did still wall you might not like it is Paul McCartney is just weed but they're not above the law in this in in funny we could go to Illinois right now and and by we eat and enjoy it but if we were to take that we'd and drive back over the border the Indiana we could be thrown in jail right you can literally see rattling the border move a couple feet one way or the other and that's the difference between jail time and not like can we go back to Sade's real name being Helen yes because center here all of a sudden like that song smooth operator it's less sexy because she's such a sexy kind of romantic song I'd expect Aragorn's to be talking that up for not love songs and now you're telling me was saying by Helen hello yeah I mean that's that that's a that's a grandma name for sure it is a total grandma name of thirty two years ago nineteen eighty eight George Harrison speaking of the Beatles smash hit remember the song got my mindset on.
"helen i" Discussed on Just Fly Performance Podcast
"Helen is amongst other things. A running coach a bio mechanistic and accomplished accomplished endurance athlete herself. Helen is the author of the book. Even with your shoes on which is a comprehensive manual teaching running in a natural manner based on the sensory capabilities. The human body. The that book is the reason that I initially found Helen. I saw it was recommended by Gary Ward Gary who is an expert in human. I'm in bio mechanics anatomy as well as the feet and pro nation. And I really wanted to see Gary having recommended this At a look at a work combining combining some of Gary's principles with An Athletic Movement Gate and running and I was totally blown away by the book. It was something that really tied a lot of concepts concept's together for me a lot of these concepts. Being things like building a we talk about the term function dictate Arab structure dictating function. Shen or the The structural capabilities of the human body dictating the technique which we could expand to if you read the book. The structural and the ability of of our body to sense engage our own structure to create a technique In how we run and so on the show today and let me get to this first before I talk about the topics that Helen I and I are going to dig into is that running tends to get A little bit of a bad rap especially in in the fitness and especially in the strength and in conditioning sports performance community. And it's one of those things where there's a certain categories and buckets. It's like running stretching. There's these things that's just bad for. You don't do it at the end of the day. A lot of things are in shades of gray but in terms of running. Helen will vary well address in a very first question. Question is this is something we are naturally born to do and compared to the animals were actually really good at it whereas you'll see like tiger jumper something and they can jump like five feet in the air are we can't come close five vertically but we're really good endurance runners and so why is it that so many people get hurt doing this when running running as a form. I'm a fitness. Is the most common thing so on the show today. Helen and I are going to get into running as a natural form of exercise And then into the important questions of how a person can find their own best running technique through a process of noticing rather than hardline. Rigid cues. Helen is going to get into the idea of Activating and moving joints as superior as a superior training technique warm up priming priming exercise versus concentric muscle activation. Listen I e basically doing joint mobilizations versus clam shells in body weight. Glue- glued bridges and things like that she's GonNa talk about utilizing lunge variations nations and to various into lunges to see of runners can optimally activate their gluts. She's GonNa talk about an awareness based running paradigm Going from a Satchel zoll frontal and transverse plane sequence rather than a quote unquote due. This run like this sequence so using a series of noticing and awareness. Exercises is is to help Athlete self organize running on their own versus just simply giving them cues ideas. Finally she's going to talk about how to optimize the running imposture using wall based alignments and she's also going to go into how to fix crossover gate and optimize one's tracking with while running which he is goes beyond even running too. I watch athletes doing hurdle hops and various motions and you see tracking with issue so up how you do anything is how you everything. So in terms of just getting athletes to move you better the better be more injury resistant. And Beyond and if you work with anyone in the general running Commu this is a huge plus. This is a great episode. It is incredibly in depth. And I'm happy to have Helen on the show today. All right Last thing before we get to it by the way I is. There's a lot. There's a few exercises that go with what Helen's talking about so if you're curious what some of these drills look like these awareness noticing joint movement based drills Head on over to just fly. Sports is check out the show notes and there are eight videos there that are going to go in depth on these things all right that being said let's get onto the show with Helen Hall. So what are the with running and I think this is to me. I love running my background and my attract in the speed and power side of things the jumps mm sprints and all that but at the same time like human gait is human gait like and I think that a Lotta people something to really be appreciated and I think not only that but just the fact of how big is the fitness space and one of the books that I read recently and it Kinda. My thinking has been turning in this us in the sense that I used to be a little bit. More of the running running is a really poor form of fitness. If you do distance running it's GonNa make you X Y and Z. And you're you're going to get hurt and all these things and a lot of people certainly do so I want to ask you this at and and obviously that book the book came out with Christopher McDougall born to run but are reborn to run. And why do people look so down so much on running as a form of exercise I do think they it's. It's weird so I passionately believe we want to run because toddlers rats it before they even really can walk well and and I always I giggle when we histories about the first steps and then when the toddler is putting credit hugh stats together at this appeal was and when they go into. That says trots bizarre. Absolutely no pools adult. But they're running. It's just another pace Eh when one foot is still on the grand it's a walking gates and diff- as no feet on the ground at some point and then a foot comes down not birds then it's running so you it's just another speed another Ghia. So absolutely one footprints the other at a a whole array of different speeds is what we do. That's what human beings do best in my opinion and going further and going long is what we do. Best of all because not stopping is in our enduring Evenly Chicanery history. Just keeping going until we can stop. So Yeah I think where Boon to run and I think that the reasons it's it's looked down on because you're absolutely today's is the propensity of injury And then the connection of a lot of running under propensity to injury being at morphed into a statement that says running injured not running that is injuries because it is the most natural thing like walking in the Welsh you. You don't have to do anything other than go a little bit faster. But I think that people have got have become disconnected from the way okay. They're doing anything. Nobody notices anything so they they put their shoes on and and they crank understandably think that they have to do here is is run. But if you're doing something repetitively over and over again poorly so say as an example. Aw screwing During some Wyan screwing with the really Without any attention to the the way that you'll scream at an angle or anything like that and then you get an are assigned injury to the rest of the album do You would actually maybe connects the way that you were doing. It's to the pain but with walking is running. People don't seem to connect the way that they are moving to their pain pain. They just blame the running per se just the whole generic things so I get people coming to see me my consultant. My surgeon says I mustn't run and I say won't okay. He's perhaps missed A word don't run badly. Don't run me. Don't be mean to your body when you run run but but be means. Let's have a look at wine. Notice how you'll walking how you're running and maybe if you're not if you notice something that's a little bit mean. Can you can correct up I. I couldn't agree more..