20 Burst results for "Hoddle"

"hoddle" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

Android Central Podcast

04:40 min | 5 months ago

"hoddle" Discussed on Android Central Podcast

"Very cohesive products so what are your thoughts after using the flip. Three in a limited capacity. I would agree with that. I mean you know. As far as foldable go i think this is in a more ideal. Form factor for most people You know. I think usability wise. It's going back to your keyboard statement right like you can make your own keyboard effectively without having to worry about. We're jianqing us or whatever because you don't have those dual full you screens right art wise. It's really impressive. I've i've taken it around a few places. And i think as as you can attest people see it and they go. What is that. They wanna know they're interested in this hardware and like it's just it's gorgeous hardware. It looks really nice. I mean i think visually the hardware doesn't look all that different from the previous generation. But it's still it's such an impressive looking technology. And i think for this particular phone that new screen cover is just such a huge improvement because you are putting your singers on it all the time right and i know One of my friends actually complained when he used it in. Like a t. Mobile store or whatever about the decrease in the middle but how you're scrolling through instagram. Or whatever you constantly feel crease. And i think that's probably going to depend on the person's hams like how long your thumb is for the most part you know. This thing is tall as very tall narrow phone. It's quite a bit taller than some other phones. So you know in in a way. That's a bit more awkward. But it also means that your thumb is probably not gonna reach that mid point as often as it would assure phone hammer wise. I don't think it's as much of an improvement hoddle. Now that's kind of a tough one because you know there's still doesn't have a telephoto lens. It just a regular ultra wide. It doesn't like say so on the fold. You know one of the cool things is that you can put it in flex mod tick that way although the inside cameras not great on the fold but you can put it the other way i guess and use use those cameras in. You know you could do that with this too. But it doesn't feel as optimal form factor for.

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"hoddle" Discussed on HASHR8

HASHR8

04:57 min | 5 months ago

"hoddle" Discussed on HASHR8

"Bitcoin and adding more bitcoin to your balance sheet are actually very few things where if bitcoin is your is your base treasury app that very few things are gonna predictably earn your return in bitcoin itself right. They can predictably ernie or return in. Us dollars or yet or whatever that is but earnings return and growing your bitcoin more. Bitcoin is incredibly difficult with anything. Other than mining but with mining incredibly easy and predictable because we know every single day were producing this. Many bitcoin for this is price right. This is our cost to produce all throughout the difficulty. Theory of this cost to produce. We can predict that when we're taking on on our on our machines. This is what it costs for us in terms of bitcoin. Now this is what we expect it to generate and bitcoin over the next three four five six seven years. And then when you look at it that way. That's the way that our bitcoin turns into more bitcoin. Right and that's a very very unique thing with bitcoin mining. You can't earn that in any other traditional industry when you're trying to keep up with bitcoin price increases it. It's gonna be a dog chasing its tail. And you're always gonna lose so i think people are starting to understand this And this is why you know. They're interested in and bitcoin mining and this is why it's so great for Publicly traded bitcoin mining company to exist. Because this is a game where you either need to operate up gary small-scale or very large scale and nothing in between makes makes sense and it's difficult for people to get the you know economic advantages of scaling up and and taking on all the educational You know effort because you need to do to come up to speed to run up authority like this. You know just like any other company Becoming public and providing investors with exposure to that and exposure to our experience exposures economies of scale is a fantastic thing not only for office of form of raising capital for them. As a form of you know Making a return on their investment in preserving their purchasing power jumping back to jamie. I ask the question asker. But i am curious and then you guys didn't use to hoddle. You started huddling this year. And what what changed that. Dynamic or auditor we previously allowed to hottle Interest time and we changed our auditor. So we're allowed a big four auditor jamie and i were still the only publicly traded mining that uses the big four auditor. We you know. Four years ago as institutional investors are gonna come to the space. This is going to be a key thing that they were gonna wanna half to make sure that. Hey not only. Is this a good business. I gives us spo two bitcoin. But hey they're they're they're done with good reputable auditor and we can actually trust their numbers in their books right and so that was something that we did early on and we thought that was important..

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"hoddle" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:07 min | 6 months ago

"hoddle" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The only my career. I think you learned when you start. I got three kids and my first kid. I was standing with nearly naked with my son. Newborn baby second ones. I just let it win. Wants in my house in the region. Press on third third kid. Nobody knows because i never did. I think it has to part of your your learning curve so to say that you won't let him into your house except your livelier mess. You have nine houses somewhere around The world but. I don't think you do that anymore. So having seen it change a lot phones phones social media. Now i this is story. That's developing ryan behind. Who is satyrs coach. A lancia nights. Mls forty guys. Make reports hines training with atlanta. Denying the wall. Certain days off. Did you have any manages. He used extremely guess water. You've told you the story of johnson. Yup preseason tree. At chelsea glenn hoddle had a nutritionist at the medicine attrition has had after. You've done a season training session. After a few days as the boys know as grilling really hydrate and eat properly. This there's no soul food. footloose terrible anyway. So not letting any so. I'm not allowed any sparkling water from louis. Johansen gordon google and former by munich. And he's a big loud beg one so he asked the waitress for sparkling water and now after the fourth time when she said. I'm sorry sir. I've been told you know alot sparkling water on this watery when it does just get. She went with hoppy and glenn hoddle deny sparking. I'll just flip the new seoul no sosa. Kerr.

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NYDIG Partners With FIS to Offer Bitcoin via Hundreds of Banks

Unchained

00:48 sec | 9 months ago

NYDIG Partners With FIS to Offer Bitcoin via Hundreds of Banks

"Bitcoin in your bank account fintech firm f. Fis is partnering with digital asset manager. Dick to bring about an industry first customers at hundreds of us banks will be able to purchase hoddle or sell bitcoin directly within their bank account without having to go through an exchange such as coin base or payment obligation like paypal ni- dig will handle custody insecurity. The program has already enrolled hundreds of smaller institutions as reported by cnbc night big is in discussions with several of the larger banks in the us. About bringing them into the program. Morgan stanley and goldman sachs have already announced that they will offer bitcoin funds to their high net worth clients with j. p. morgan repeatedly mulling a similar product. Perhaps the decision of smaller banks to train front run. Bitcoin adoption for the everyday customer will pressure the larger institutions to follow suit for their retail customers

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"hoddle" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"hoddle" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Piano continues to press them in the adding more Bitcoin into their portfolios in a letter to investors popular, Yano said. Pension funds, like the California Public Employees Retirement System would do well to invest in Bitcoin. Instead of increasing their allocations of liquid assets. Probably Ana said it's his clear is possible that adding an allocation to Bitcoin would increase the rips. Adoption returns for public pension fund. He suggests pension funds allocated between 1 to 5% of the positions of Bitcoin and added, You want to know where the greatest innovations occurring at the moment? That Bitcoin. So that's a little bit of news for you today. We hope you've enjoyed this news. This was our first shot at news, but coming back after this break coming up, we'll have American Hoddle and we're gonna have a great conversation with American Hodel about Bitcoin society today and everything is happening, So I hope you join us. For American hot All right after this Don't even recognize myself anymore. I'm really worried about him. Addiction. I haven't seen him like this. Never You know, I never wanted to start using. I knew the drill, but I was out of options. I just want to tell him It's not your fault. There are people out there who can help people who have felt your pain. They know what you're going through. This has to stop. I'm losing everything. Everyone. You've been strong your whole life. You could do this, but you have to reach out for help. It's time. I could do this addiction is a disease and diseases need treatment. Call Quit drugs.

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"hoddle" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"hoddle" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The big calling for boomers show that's right. Bitcoin For boomers, you know all those millennials and Z generation or whatever they are. There are they all know what Bitcoin is in her getting in a big coin. I thought it was my job to come on here and educate as boomers. We all need to get on here, too. We don't want to miss This wave is coming through the currency market called Bitcoin. On our shows. We try to explain to you what Bitcoin is How it can be used to help society helped me uses an investment during the season. We'll go through a lot of uses for Bitcoin what it is and what Bitcoin is all about. This is amazing New technology. It's not just a currency. It is a technology and it is going to be life changing. Now we're recording here in Arlington, Texas. Want to make sure you know what this TV and this is a great network, And I want to thank the people of this TV for giving me this opportunity. Come on here and share with you guys. What Bitcoin is and what it's all about. Now. Today we're going to have a special guest starting in segment. Three. American Hodel. American. Hoddle is well known in the Bitcoin world and has a lot of valuable information to give us Not only about Bitcoin And how it's life changing thing as far as an investment, how it could be an investment vehicle, but also about society and what we're facing today and seeing happening in the United States today and how Bitcoin can help. With that and help change the world for the better. So you're going to enjoy today's show that's in segment three on segment to today, we're going to give you a Bitcoin news. We're going to try to give you some news every week. So we're going to go straight to the news after this segment. Then we'll come back with American Hoddle and I promise you you're going to enjoy American Hana what he has to say. Before we go to our break, though I do want to make sure you know about my other show I produce. It's.

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"hoddle" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"hoddle" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"The big calling for boomers show that's right Bitcoin for boomers, you know all those millennials and Z generation or whatever they are. There are they all know what Bitcoin is in her room getting in a big coin. I thought it was my job to come on here. And educate as boomers. We all need to get on here, too. We don't want to miss this wave is coming through the currency market called Bitcoin. On our shows. We try to explain to you what Bitcoin is How it can be used to help society helped me uses an investment during the season. We'll go through a lot of uses for Bitcoin what it is and what Bitcoin is all about. This is amazing New technology. It's not just a currency. It is a technology and it is going to be life changing. Now we're recording here in Arlington, Texas. Want to make sure you know what this TV and this is a great network, and I want to thank the people of busy TV for giving me this opportunity. Come on here and share with you guys. What Bitcoin is and what it's all about. Now. Today we're going to have a special guest starting in segment. Three. American Hodel. American. Hoddle is well known in the Bitcoin world and has a lot of valuable information to give us Not only about Bitcoin And how it's life changing thing as far as an investment, how it could be an investment vehicle, but also about society and what we're facing today and seeing happening in the United States today and how Bitcoin can help. With that and help change the world for the better. So you're going to enjoy today's show that's in segment three and on segment to today, we're going to give you a little bit coin news. We're going to try to give you some news every week, so we're going to go straight to the news after this segment. Then we'll come back with American Hoddle and I promise you you're going to enjoy American Hana. What he has to say before we go to our break, though I do want to make sure you know about my other show. I produce. It's called Four.

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"hoddle" Discussed on By His Grace

By His Grace

13:29 min | 1 year ago

"hoddle" Discussed on By His Grace

"Host Misty Philip. I am the author of the Amazon Number. One bestselling Bible studied the struggle is real but so is God and on this show. We tackle the struggles that we face in life but we focus on how God sees us through today. I Welcome Fellow PODCASTERS JESSICA. Hoddle she is the host of what the truth podcast high. Love that title. Y'All in a world filled with moral relativism half truths and deception. Sometimes it's difficult to know what is really true but I wanNA tell you. There is absolute truth and that truth transcends how we think or feel we receive that truth in our inner being when we believe in Jesus Christ and we build our faith when we read the word and the more were in the word the more the truth dwells within us and that helps best to discern the lies in John Seventeen Seventeen. It says sanctify them and truth. Your word is truth and in second timothy three sixteen through seventeen it says all scripture is inspired by God and profitable for teaching for reproof for correction for training and righteousness so that the man of God may be adequate equipped for every good work. Another verse that I love. About truth is John. Eight thirty two and you will know the truth and the truth will make you free on this show. We're GONNA talk about the lies that we believe and how we can overcome them by replacing. Those lies with truth. Some of the common lies that we as women face are not qualified. Or I'm not good enough for. I'm not worthy enough. While on this show we're going to focus on restoring truth in our lives so please welcome Jessica Huddle welcome to another episode of by His grace. Podcast I am excited to bring fellow podcast host Jessica Hoddle to you the by His grace. Podcast Today Jessica. Welcome used so much for having me. Yes I'm so glad you're here so you have a really cool. Podcast called what the truth. And so let's talk about that for a few minutes What prompted you to to start that podcast. I saw this kind of reoccurring theme in my journaling time when I would right with the Lord and I've been journaling for a long time and even in a lot of my business books and taking notes I kinda kept seeing this team of. This is what you feel. But what's the truth so just roll it out. You know whatever writing out whatever whatever I needed to do and just all the feelings are just like puke on the paper kind of thing to be more to this and this suggests that maturing in Christ in I just kept writing. But what is the truth to this? It's not that I'm not good enough or all those feelings. Those feelings are valid. But they're not the truth but what is the truth not really after looking through all of my journals in seeing this team. That's kind of where the podcast came of. What's the truth is what is God's truth in I think many of us are just walking around believing lies without even knowing that their lives because for so long they've been spoken over us. Yeah and so we just kind of take them as around in so. That's really where the podcast came from. Yeah that's so good. So how in your interviews with people. Let's start there in your interviews with people how. What kind of lies at do you see? Have you addressed on your podcast? A lot of one of the top ones is. I'm not qualified and I think that is something that really strikes accord in many people's hearts because for maybe so long people just not believed in them. They haven't felt as though they're smart enough. Especially when it comes to preaching the Gospel. Maybe they're afraid to get it wrong so then people are going to just remember new one because we see that on social media and so we kind of hold back in so we put ourselves in this. All of occasion is my past. I know I'm not qualified. Doesn't matter what kind of degrees they have or don't have you know even state home moms or Moms at work from home that they'll say things I work from home and that's all that I am. I'm not qualified to to go out and preach the Gospel. We have all these things and that's probably number one but then of course it goes down to the. I'm not good enough. I'M NOT WORTHY. Enough are probably top three that we are constantly seeing even in social media. You know all the means of girl. You're worth it and you know all those kind of things. Yeah so how do you identify those lies in my own life? I I love. Romans probe to record this a lot about renewing our minds in the more even study the brain in understanding trauma and things that trigger us in response and I started to discover. What is it that I'm thinking about so I was thinking about what you're thinking about? You know when you have those feelings of this few hard or I'm not good enough. You're thinking thinking those things probably subconsciously and then your body begins respond. So you might. Have you know a tight jaw? 'cause you're stressed or overwhelmed or you know your body keeps score swords responding to your past history of feelings emotions and so we can look at lie and we. We know that they come from the enemy in ally is it causes destruction. It causes chaos. It can cause overwhelm overwhelm even from. The lie of you should be doing more Can Cause just feel so I can do all these things. And it death we see Romans life life and death and then truth brings peace life healing in restoration and so two summit outfits the library's destruction and then the truth brings restoration and we can see that playing out in our life by you know scripture tells it as we know fruit by its tree and so a tree by its fruit and so when we look at our thoughts we can go. What fruit is producing in my life? That's good so that's really kind of a practical step of if we slow down long enough to acknowledge what it is that we're thinking then we can go. This is leading me to make this decision or I'm operating in fierce. So this is gonNA lead probably to destruction of some kind ray and then. The truth will always bring restoration to that situation. That's so good. So how do you practically do that with the truth? So I typically walk women through like kindness five-step thing process to create space between you and the emotion and the first thing you'll do is you'll actually knowledge emotion so you're kind of stop for a moment. What is it that you're feeling? Are you feeling angry? Sad overwhelmed whatever it is that comes to. You acknowledged that you're just saying okay. This is what it is then. You identified the emotion so now you are saying okay on angry. I'm jealous are whatever ashamed. Then we kind of go into this acceptance not that you're accepting it as your identity. You're going okay. It's okay that I feel angry right. Now it's okay that I have this this emotion because it's emotions are good. They give us these a red light or yellow light kind of a yellow light because it's slowdown pay attention to what needs to be heard right versus. Just the green light like whatever thought that continuous real. It's okay no. We're going to actually slow down here acknowledge. We're going right now. I'm feeling sad doesn't become your identity. Which is why we're creating the space. You're not taking it as who you are. You're just acknowledging in. Then we go west the emotion telling you which is number four. What is the emotion telling you which is the emotion is a symptom not a route and it's important to understand that so when you having an emotion it's typically the root of something else in your life? Maybe I work a lot with fitness in health. Maybe you are your mom. Put you on a diet. You were younger and so you're the whole course of your life. You're kind of just believing this is that you have to diet to lose weight or your body was never good enough. And so you're having these emotions based on past trauma or an event that you your body's onto that words have been spoken over you in a number five is creating that conversation with God which is then where we go. This is what I know that I'm feeling but what is the truth to what I'm feeling and I always tell women that if we run away from our emotions that we become run by dom. That's really good. You know I was listening to a pastor yesterday and he. He said kind of the same thing. He was addressing his congregation about The current fear that that they are feeling and he said that it's okay to to feel fear but we're not going to walk in fear like you can be afraid of the unknown but you don't stay inferior you walk in faith knowing that. God is sovereign over all of this. So you really have to identify that feeling and know that. That's okay like God gave it. We're emotional creatures right. Emotions are good and I love what you said about them. Signaling US And getting us to slow down long enough to think through that. So what are some practical ways in your life that you have replaced the lie with the trees? I look back and I think a lot of wear my lies in identity comes from was my childhood and so I think a lot of us have a hard time. Renewing our mind to the truth because we're living in so much pain in the past and we continue to have hatred anger bitterness on forgiveness. Kind of all of those things wrapped up in our heart when we're reading scripture. Our mind is identifying that this is the truth but our heart is really not connecting with the brain. Which is why I think so. Many women are. I know what it says. How do I combine it like I know what it says in my mind? But how do I get in my car and I and I think a lot of that comes with the healing you? What does scripture say about forgiveness? What does it say about anger? What is it say about love? And it's really kind of receiving the revelation of God's love for you and not use saying okay got. I'm going to do all of these things for you so that I'm proving to you I love you. It's we really don't we? Don't have to prove our luck to him. We need to receive his love but for me even practically out. Just giving example. I believe the lie in the economy but that I'm not seen are valued or known that's really comes for me and a lot of that stems from childhood where even to my teens early twenties. Where are people wouldn't take me serious as a business owner? I didn't feel seen in my home. You know accomplished dance or things that I was doing or anything which caused me to reach for anything to fill that void. And so that's kind of that live comes from me in in order for me. The truce to really take heart was to receive his love but also was to walk in forgiveness. And so it's not just. They have to. They have to go together. It's not just certain it's not just certain phrases of scripture. It's all of that that we have to start to encompass and take responsibility for own emotions that we're having a not saying so-and-so made me feel this way so and so did this to me you're not going to You'RE NOT GONNA be able to renew or he'll if the blame is still there. Yeah in in my own life. I have seen that play out as well My husband told me he said Sweetie. You don't feel lovable. You don't feel loved and.

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"hoddle" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"hoddle" Discussed on WTOP

"Right past the work sounds in both directions the good news is haven't stopped traffic on either side of sixty six in those work sounds as of late rich hundred WTOP traffic a chilly start cool finish temperatures will be in the upper forties this afternoon a little closer to the norm for this time of year Wednesday we are looking at some sunshine today breaking through and then tomorrow for your Thursday even colder hi is only the upper thirties to near forty degrees in the district mostly sunny by Friday but cloudy on Thursday even though we are gonna get more sunshine in here on Friday it'll still be pretty chilly with high temperatures in the upper thirties to low forties I'm storm team four meteorologist Samara Theodore not a lot of variance in temperatures into you get out into the Shenandoah or north of I seventy right now it's forty eight degrees in Frederick and it's fifty one degrees in Waldorf and it's forty degrees outside the WTO be studios brought to buy new look home design get fifty percent off all roofing materials new look home design dot com it's two twenty there was a development Tuesday in the case of two boys charged with murdering a man at the great Fredrick fair in Maryland five months ago you might remember that incident last summer when a fifty nine year old man died a day after he was brutally beaten by two brothers there at the fair a judge has decided that a sixteen year old one of two teen brothers charged with the attack on John Marvin we'd will be tried as a juvenile not an adult as requested by the state the older of the two young men charged Easter should two counts of second degree assault this is not the fifteen year old who struck the table below the state's attorney for Frederick County Charles Smith so the judge must still decide if the younger boy will also be tried in juvenile court we're going to seek justice for the family of the sixteen year old cases can be juvenile course and fifteen year old wherever that winds up as well proceedings in juvenile court will buy lobby confidential and closed to the public Dick you only on WTOP news we're still waiting for a decision from a judge in another high profile criminal case this one in Montgomery County the attorney for a woman has been indicted on charges of murdering two of her children argue that the law requires those charges be dropped Jacob in Serra Hoddle we're just two in three years old when they disappeared back in twenty fourteen for the first time doctors at Clifton T. Perkins hospital have said they do not believe that Catherine horrible can be made competent to stand trial in the near future H. Y. for as long as they can and she is now presumed to be non restore defense attorney David Felsen Montgomery County state's attorney John McCarthy argue that there's still two years left until of five year deadline that it is premature for the court can you with the issue of restore ability judge Robert Greenberg said he had to make a momentous decision and would issue a written opinion soon in Rockville male.

Judge to issue written opinion on whether to drop murder charges against Catherine Hoggle

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:57 sec | 2 years ago

Judge to issue written opinion on whether to drop murder charges against Catherine Hoggle

"Still waiting for a decision from a judge in another high profile criminal case in Montgomery County the attorney for a woman has been indicted on charges of murdering two of her children argue the law requires those charges to be dropped Jacob and Serra Hoddle were just two and three years old when they disappeared back in twenty fourteen for the first time doctors at Clifton T. Perkins hospital have said they do not believe that Catherine horrible can be made competent to stand trial in the near future he tried for as long as they came in she is now presumed to be non restore defense attorney David Felsen Montgomery County state's attorney John McCarthy argue that there's still two years left until of five year deadline that it is premature for the the court court to to do do with with the the issue issue of of restore restore ability ability judge judge Robert Robert Greenberg Greenberg said said he he had had to to make make a a momentous momentous decision decision and and would would issue issue a a written written opinion opinion soon soon in in Rockville Rockville male male organ sting WTOP news

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"hoddle" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"hoddle" Discussed on WTOP

"The father of Jacob and Serra Hoddle addressed the judge some people over for this is Mister there's actually no Mister Kaplan Hoddle planned and carried out her plan to murder my children this case doesn't get decided on the emotions of those to address the court defense attorney David Felsen and prosecutor John McCarthy agreed that even if the murder counts or dropped there are several ways to Catherine ogle would likely be civilly committed in Rockville Neolog instinct up all the T. O. P. news shocked the Frederick Maryland community last September when a man died from his injuries a day after being beaten at the great Fredrick fair now judges ruled the first of two teenagers charged in the case will be tried in juvenile court fifty nine year old John we'd of Mount Airy was beaten allegedly after he refused to give one of the teens dollar Frederick County state's attorney Charles Smith says a judge has ruled the sixteen year old charged with punching the man and spitting on him will be tried as a juvenile he is out currently is not detained any further the judge must still decide if the fifteen year old will also be tried as a juvenile that was a young man who through the fatal blow and put Mister we two deaths missiles to seek justice for John weeds family in juvenile court for the sixteen year old and whichever court the judge decides for his younger brother Dick you only on WTOP news Maryland state police will soon have a new leader Maryland governor Larry Hogan announced that colonel Jerry Jones the third and currently serves as chief of police at the Maryland transit authority will now lead the state police as superintendent Hogan announced the move Tuesday morning the governor has made dealing with crime a priority with special emphasis in Baltimore city since taking office Hogan is put forty four million dollars into the state police fleet with nine point one million for replacement of vehicles and equipment in the FY twenty one budget Jones succeeds colonel William palazzi who is retiring Kate Ryan WTOP news well we now know the causes of two deadly DC house fires in the past week a fire last night in a duplex in ten street northeast started with an extension cord over heating veto manual or would you see fire and EMS as the court was used to plug in a portable heater that should have been plugged directly into a wall outlet an elderly woman rescued from the building's upper floor later died from her injuries a fire last Tuesday at a home on deer engine street southeast also claimed the life of an elderly woman firefighters say she became trapped in a bedroom and clutter in the home hindered rescue efforts as yellow says that fire was caused by smoking in bed Bernie Sanders opposition to the Iraq war may have been more complicated than he's saying these days the story had seven oh eight can a fifty nine dollar precision furnace tune up by calling eight hundred nine four eight Mike traffic and weather on the aids and when it breaks in Montgomery County north bound to seventeen year old Georgetown road and also nearly Rockledge Dr may have two separate crashes there along the left side of the roadway onto seventy north with delays leaving the beltway from the outer loop headed north toward old Georgetown road on it to seventy how to crash earlier on the ramp from the inner loop of the beltway to go north of ninety five believe that's on the road right now and on route twenty nine north on your tech road believe police or whether crash so be alert headed north toward route two hundred on twenty nine ninety five is running without delay things running pretty well on the Baltimore Washington parkway pre falling delays northbound out of Riverdale with a belt laying up through green belt into laurel and on fifty handing out to Annapolis in the bay bridge all is quiet tonight to seventy fifth couple slow spots here and there and in Virginia all the Fairfax county parkway south bound just after Braddock road believe police or whether crash and also on west on route fifty after the Fairfax county parkway near majestic lane the scene of another crash on ninety five south from Lorton still heavy and slow over the younger Kwan getting past one twenty three in the district on the freeway headed west toward the fourteenth street bridge near main Avenue was the incident blocking the right lane before the on ramp comes from a lower fourteen street in Maine Avenue on the south and three ninety five built in partnership with Boeing NASA's space launch program is the only rocket with the power and payload capacity to safely carry humans and cargo to deep space in a single large blob.

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"hoddle" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"hoddle" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Stanley Hoddle in name in Neil hot then everyone called Elmer died in nineteen seventy two Stanley died in nineteen ninety six the duck Kagel when we first are reporting the story Doug was running a sprawling used car lot in downtown some yes it's true the duck cargo like his brother Stanley and their friend Dahmer cooking was acquitted by a jury of his peers in nineteen sixty five everything we've learned so far suggested trial was an utter miscarriage of justice coming through the FBI file we learned that several people place down right there on Washington Street when the attack happened even ducks brother Stanley in his statement to the FBI places them on Washington Street during the time of the attack not just on Washington Street but right where the attack happened remember the attack happened in front of this place called the silver moon cafe one man told the FBI he was drinking a beer and sometime after seven PM when he heard the commotion outside a couple minutes later he saw Elmer walking to the cafe was Stanley Stanley was laughing and doc was telling the town drunk if you didn't keep his mouth shut the hell out of another me intricate gear in the silver moon that night told the FBI he overheard Elmer and Haga brothers talking about some brass knuckles and a Billy stick they have double jeopardy would prevent trying to toggle again but no matter what we might find he was clearly the most important person alive who could help shed light what really happened so dot even though he refused every interview requests senses a quill we went looking for down any lives an hour and a half to the north west of sama and I'm two hours to the northeast usually we meet halfway for breakfast and place called the sawmill then we carpool down highway eighty two take a right at maples will on the highway twenty two which takes us through planners will impasse all gris state park my dad went to summer camp in the nineteen fifties finally just before summer we hit valley grand the only grand is where all the white people circle the wagons with I love sama rather it's where a lot of the white people moved from a love song and that's where we went looking for doc Kagel who lived about a mile off the highway at the end of a dead end road surrounded by fields and thicken well.

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An in Depth Look at Gate.Io Cryptocurrency Exchange With CMO Marie Tatibouet

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

09:56 min | 2 years ago

An in Depth Look at Gate.Io Cryptocurrency Exchange With CMO Marie Tatibouet

"Nice to meet you traitor Cobb and I everybody gate is one of the oldest crypto currency exchanges. We've been around since two thousand thirteen and we will be hitting three million users by the end of this year so closet. Where's that we have clients from everywhere in the world but When we first started out we mostly Chinese exchange however Two years ago we expanded internationally translated lots of languages and we now have op a lot of international desserts while three million users that's That's the excitement going on two thousand thirteen. Of course that's like five decades space moves so quickly. What are you guys doing at the moment? That's what do you see onto bill that exchange. Let's make it more user. Friendly Bradley was off more products targets. What what are you guys doing to to connect the next three? Got It so when we first started out. We're really focused list of back in that day. It was mostly retail traders. Since then we've had a lot of institutional investors coming and more higher end traders. Come in when I I sorted out We really focus on providing a great user experience so for example we're able to Ten thousand transactions per second so you know so typically we only process a thousand Ten thousand banks will process or algorithm is thought powerful Were experience is seamless. We have two million on her up. So we really focused on having that seamless experience and then about a year and a half ago we started adding in all all of the new features like margin trading margin lending derivatives trading investment plans and. It's been proven really really popular with all of our users. The newest thing that we launched in that's been incredibly popular has been our hoddle Hold right eight and And earn and with this functionality. You're able to take your funds and either stadium so typically when you state coins you you have to run a special programme. But on our exchange you can just simply Input it with that functionality. And you get a return directly from that or you can walk your points for a set amount of time and you're able to earn up to thirty percent annual returns per year. So this is that what you're getting thirty four your module driving. We've got a lot of liquidity we've been around for a really long time plus yes and Besides from that we also have a very advanced. VIP system so you get like discounts on fees and stuff like that and so so that keeps all the liquidity providers interested To make sure that you know they support us for the two hundred plus cryptocurrencies owner owner. So I tried I love you. Get the mortgage. I can get the better as long to go with it. Leverage slippy dental. It's very very much so warlick's offering module trading on and what level of modulators orders right So for more than trading we offer two hundred so that's quite strong in on all of the margin trading it is unclear to we do not handle anything we just take a fee of but It actually means that if you do more lending You can earn up to to seventy three percent annual returns per year. That's not all the time. Jose depends obviously when there's a origin bitcoin people want to typically want to borrow USD t to To Buy Bitcoin and then they return it. And and did you can make a Lotta money actually from just doing margin lending. Wow that's pretty special. So what are you guys do in the way of helping other tribal base it looks obviously respected. Elected is Mike Walker's lost to US exclusively volatilities inside we educate people we teach them how to try. What are you guys doing to do so help it become educated on so on our one of our trading platforms for perpetual contracts? We actually have a task last night so I think really important because when you do a perpetual contracts your I mean it's it's very high risk right so oh you want to make sure that you know what you're doing so we really encourage anybody who's not like a professional professional trader to I. Try everything out. Yeah and you're able to you know type things out. We all come out with like educational videos and stuff like that and we're always looking to pair up with like influencers to To kind of show how you can use as the platform in general we've seen users find the platform easy to use And everything can be automated for placing orders and stuff like that so Yeah I think traders find the platform really great invited if I raised in order to stop close links to older as well as well. Well I I if I get triggered tried to stop and think sleeping. Yes ourself accountable. Important function for sure will realize how long Obviously you're doing something right. Where are you based out? All remaining speaking with a little bit is as we do. It's just interesting to see where the action set up the show. Whereabouts really sort of? I guess exchanged friendly out there. So we have offices in Korea and Canada in Malta in Singapore and in China and and we serve Are Three million users in over thirty countries around the world so Be Close for while to a a certain countries where we've reopened up because you know we've taken precautions when it comes to regulation So in general. We're taking if you look at southeast. Asia is one of our big biggest markets. I think in general this market street. We're always looking to do new partnerships and and explorer Newton's work in the states with another traded in the US to access do next. Is there a way around rather than because of too hot too hot books four. US Traders Margin trading is closed unfortunately But it as soon as regulation comes up we will definitely Be adding that feature. I know it's one of the most popular features it's wild to because in the the US trade revenues of anything really look shares bonds commodities. I let us leverage and a great deal of leverage. Why would we see this space to acids assist me? Anything different markets market. I just I understand whether to shut that down. Everything else has gone so melting Rainsy Saga Dick Yasu research on God. So what would you and exciting things coming up for so get the Myo is a centralized wise exchange but we are going to be launching or new blockchain at the end of this year. That will also be fuelling or decentralized exchange so one of the common misconceptions exceptions that we see in the industry is that people feel like centralized exchanges are trying to keep their funds and that can be further from the truth because any eh quality exchange would rather you keep your funds in your own wallet because actually it provides us with more risk in more liability so we always he's encouraged users to keep Funds Safe and so our blockchain the real innovation is that there's going to be standard wallet. Let so you know the typical wallet just like you see when you keep your bic. BTC You know any other cryptocurrency but we're also creating a vault account account revolt wallet and in this Wallet you're going to be able to revoke transactions transactions unless you sort of slow going but he's like cozy issues when people buy something and it's like how do we get around that. Okay okay so a very very great question We obviously recommend that when you trade a revolt account you trade to your standard account from the standard janitor count you will then trade with other people is we'll be written in the tax. Id Revoke -able transaction So people will know that this transaction can be revoked. Vote but why is this important of the Volta Count is important because you can keep your funds safe if hackers come in and steal your funds uh-huh or if you are a little forgetful and you forget your private key as long as you've signed up with a gate chain and put a password and stuff like that you're going to be able to revoke those transactions. You're going to be able to retrieve those so we are solving a huge industry problem. Well that's really exciting. I mean and everything else. We've spoken pretty cool. That's really really exciting to give us That safety that feeling of confidence around there are digital asset amateur. Able it really takes away. 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"hoddle" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:59 min | 2 years ago

"hoddle" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Boomers size in one sugar Hoddle rent and in buffalo N. K. gun but I wonder I wonder who really was the inventor of the no huddle fast break offense which and which was certainly involved plus I remember one of his greatest moments was taking the Mike it was a half rounds yeah like that you people better it's like a model Hey yeah those classic heart was given some Niners some playoff talk to Dennis brown who does a great job with this not only joining us weekly but pre and post game he has a legendary he's a tremendous body guard and he saw up close and personal our next Niners fans are getting in the kicking mule when we hung out there those crimes I was still regular Dennis you forget sometimes what it's like to be a true fan and people were just at last that last drive by Seattle people were absolutely going nuts was crazy in and and you know it's it's kind of crazy because like the last four weeks it's felt like playoff games with the forty Niners have come down to that that last drive and last week it kicking your living everyone was on their sixty and when when when when that stop happened the place just erupted in that we're all wait around for the great to give us the official call if it was a touch down or who was not a touchdown and when he came in it was dead though that place just weeks when we turn the water was marrying that's only because you because what we do know what we do did is we put on the headphones and so what we did is exactly turn up the speakers so everyone can hear it because normally we just steal it then we'll look at someone to go watch this one thumbs up like they're not gonna watch it they're there to watch it so it's like well if it's a good play will be like what's this and so we we we tear we turn you up and then so we knew before but he L. I. I my first call that I thought it was over and I thought wait a minute I get after versus call Philadelphia it will it will it was great because general was just kind of wait and you know we're touch down not a touchdown and then you came are graded you sit there and it it was nice and then was it would just went crazy and and those plans over there that place they treat this for a while this yes this season hi way games and you know we had Elvis records again could we have a guy that I got a picture of Elvis yeah I guess you're you're paying me Ellis eggs we took a picture with a guy so data so we landed in Seattle there was that of the fan club there and they're called they've Seattle Niners faithful so when we landed at sea tac I I think there was over a thousand of them it was amazing but I when you guys when you guys won I'm talking the whole thing when you guys won twenty five years ago after the ninety four year what was it like right after you guys won the Superbowl in the bay area well it was it was interesting because we're in Miami and if you remember that game you know the first half the game was dominated their game San Diego did have a chance and then we went into halftime and everyone was just kind of like your stay focused you know this is this is you know we don't have to be world champion blah blah one out there for this out the football game but after the game you know we just kind of hung on the lock it was it was a really weird feeling well of course was in the in the locker room it Jerry Steve what's troche up and like always talk about we all sat down from a lockers they pass around that Superbowl truth we all took pictures we kissed did we you know we hung out and then afterwards we went back to the hotel when it was you know we had a party with the family it was real mellow when I was on the back of the bus and Ricky Jackson Ricky Jackson do not have about five sons and we were just sit in the backseat were just got I just kind of talk and it was really hello I was I was expecting something big in huge but it was just a real common thing and we got back here to the bay area we got off the plane we went to San Francisco we all gotten trolley cars that we went down Market Street get the pro rated and you know so all the fans in images one home and that the off season and and and prepared for the next so I took out the expecting something else some you know some shoes so spectacular but it was just kind of business as usual just this is what we're supposed to do and it's what we set out to do in the season we won a championship and it was just like it was almost expected I think at that point it took us four years to get back to this wall now we saw that we did it for the guys who are kind of set the foundation the guy's a keener Turner I just use a polo Eric right all those guys to kinda one you know those four super bowls in become older one so it was it was it was that a member a memorable time but it wasn't it wasn't anything spectacular discount expected so how do we were talking about this earlier at at candlestick park how loud was it when you are playing there especially in playoff games and then what do you expect the environment to be at Levi's now that it's the playoffs workaround I mean we just had a had a conference call this morning and you know they're expected first of all the rights to be off the hook this is the first playoff game in this stadium so I don't think anybody really knows what to expect but if you can gauge the way this season is gone each home game is gotten louder and louder and louder so I expect you know the fans are gonna be out in that place is going to be packed whoever comes to town I mean you got to do with that that crowd no lays in bed and I'm and as as great still going there all the time it's gonna be late by students going to be late so I can't wait I mean we got to wait a couple of our one week and a half year for it but I can't wait and I don't care who comes in here I think they're gonna have a hard time to get past writer's right now yeah I think the one thing that does concern me a little bit is I think Levi's is more laid for night games I just it just but there's a playoff game so I think the I think you just got to start earlier on on Saturday morning on the eleventh or just a Friday night roll right into it I'm not sure but I I think the key is in a be great to get Kwan and charred back without question but I think the Ford is the key to the whole thing and you do the game in a in a warm and she was on the field for staff should be re aggravated a hammy but I think he's planning on playing in the divisional round and this Nick Bosa is taking his game to another level I don't care if they chip amor double arm he split now he's going around that he's going through it he's just over powering the good but if you get fifty five done is on the other side to complement ninety seven are you with me I I think they're gonna win anyway but I really feel great about it if they get the four back yeah I mean he's he counseled fires that that do you sense of one of the big bosses had a great season I think Erik Armstead had a great season we bring something to the table that you really can't you know you can't at the end no one else can we do his speed his ability to attack a quarterback is ability to go after the ball I mean he he's a sack guy he's a quarterback guy but we want to do is get the ball out here is the ability to flip the field with just one football played he does it so well he's get all you can wait that get off knowing if they get off like you have here that ability get that get that and you've got the quickness to run down any quarterbacks and what I love when I think about this game coming up you're talking about the fort is to costly targeted back in this lineup if you can kind of get back in that sector with the communication skills we have kind of bring the secondary back together again I think I don't think anybody can beat this team and you know I'm just I'm just excited about it I mean it's it's going to be great to see you guys out their first playoff game at Levi's stadium I mean this is this is like I'm sorry grounds for all forty niner fans right now so it's it's going to be great and I think this by it's going to be huge we talk about the entire scene will get into this by getting the ability to come to you guys back like the key for too costly part you get these guys healthy get arrested up a little bit I think it's gonna be a great player Dennis brown as soon as we're talking Niners playoffs again they're off this week wild card round and then they play January eleventh at one thirty five at Levi's stadium for the poor first playoff game ever at Levi's stadium as you see potential opponents the first we could be there on January eleventh could be Minnesota could be Seattle could be Philadelphia Los remaining see there and then potentially you could see New Orleans or Green Bay at Levi's stadium all of those teams who is the biggest threat to the forty Niners not making it to the Superbowl wow that's it I mean that that's a great question I think at this point you know everybody's afraid anybody in this room right now has the ability now to up their game and and and challenge for a championship but I tell you I I would hate to see Russell Wilson Seattle come back I think you know that that team and the matchup is just soul soul homes in that area in the end it's then it's a matter of where the the biggest mistake or give a big display and I I hate to see Russell Wilson with the ball in his hands late in the football game in a tight game so to me I mean I'm rooting for Philadelphia this week to knock off Seattle because I don't want to see those guys again Hey Dennis great stuff man thanks for being our protector all year long at the ticket meal it's it's unbelievable it's like as you're done with the meal now yeah yeah that's it so yeah it I mean I don't think that one is was as drunk as following hollowing probably takes the cake as far as the the drunken mess is I think everybody was I think everybody was freaking out of the game but they were pretty calm afterwards right so yeah I mean I we did meet our personal protector as much but there a few times there where I do not feel safe and then it's gonna said he stepped back in and then they did with me it step back and why you like a chip long break you was like I don't know Dennis take care of this with a body yeah yet that late games all kind of worried these guys were getting you know they're going to toss up the entire day and later game come but it was interesting you know people came in for their for their early games I want early game they went home and took a nap in case so I mean Danville out everywhere man a day they knew they got after and it was cool we did that's I've got one that we cranked up your call and so we like I said we we don't you're not on the legs of right is there is drag drop your shoulders yeah it's Alistair history with us Hey Dennis yeah great call by you everyone was just gonna wait wait you can pick you just you just scream out those crazy yeah I saw George van raised his arms and Russell I like what they say that I I'd say another overturned yeah they did that now they didn't it wasn't really Jones all over him stay in bonds all yeah that's right fifty seven same time same store twenty six twenty one I talked a bit Dan buns yesterday actually he was like Hey that was a spectacular by his you know he was all it was I can't believe people compared it to the stop don't call it the stop wow it was it was a fantastic play that we advise the air yeah Abbas is superb that's an engine for his day let's Michigan has I think it was cool Hey Dennis thanks man for all your I know we're gonna see you on the eleven million brother have been your men yeah see if they go there's Dennis brown give us great insight we'll take a look back at that game of the resi an awful stuff and then one o'clock we get your for play a lot of different pieces of sound including an ode to David stern will do all those things coming up next meantime here's our latest version of traffic sponsored by men seem to sleep world everyone gets a beautifully but a mattress firm and seen you so stop by and see me sleep world and save up to sixty five percent and a new look serious matters take advantage.

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"hoddle" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"hoddle" Discussed on Breaking Bitcoin (Audio)

"What's going on am. We're back the first thing I want to do. As we do reward are are followers. Distribute those rewards on D.. Live congratulations in advance. Kaelin good to see my friend m bates guys are doing fantastic today. A solar hopefully guys doing fantastic all right so let's get right in. Today's is hold on a second for wait for it. Okay let's get in today's crypto currently guys because we've got some news wall. We're waiting for BITCOIN. The consolidate here briefly before continuing on Our first story today comes from the daily Hoddle News in incites the digital economy. And of course we're GONNA be talking about China coin. Yes one of the few people out there talking about China coin from the American perspective and how it will affect the broader market. But last week it was reported that something strange was going on at the same time that the Fed was propping up the repo markets to the tune of billions of dollars. Remember we talked about that last week. A similar amount and physical currency and precious metals was disappearing from circulation and the mystery summed up briefly. Briefly was hold on a second. We make sure let's start over. Start going to get to that here. The second start over. Blend the teleprompter. Just kidding all right anyways sorry. Sorry that's what we're GONNA be talking about here in a second we're GONNA be talking about here in a second. I got my brain a little short wired there. Don't worry cut that part out saw. Oh last week all right so again. Our first started day coming from the daily Hoddle Jackson. I love that one. Yeah be laughing it up in the staff chat today so last week. What's going on here? Sorry I guess the you guys can see the the news article quite fine. I have the different article pulled up on my screen. Marya like somebody broke my era okay. We're good now everybody with me all right.

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"hoddle" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"hoddle" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Say. Hoddle doubles and yeah and grocery stores so you know you got your apples and oranges the the emotional support versus the service animal so one of the problems I think we have with this situation is because the eighty eight you can't really ask a lot of questions you can and have an animal that you're pretty sure is just a pet and they're trying to get on the airline for free because hate is very expensive to travel with an animal but that's when they run it okay but there is you know is the problem with the emotional support animal is there's no special training involved it just makes you feel good and up until recently motional support could beat peacock it could be one of the problems is a squirrel at one point hello. reptiles and and you know as long as reptile is put up I'm good but I mean even people who bring spiders on board I'm sorry you bring a spider or snake on on a plane I think it was a movie about that you know. yeah it's just it's hard job though I do think it's difficult to John you have to balance the needs of the other people and then there's the whole factor of allergies so partly why I had these people on the shows because recently I've had standard poodles go to service three last year that one's an epileptic seizure detection dog for a child another ones and anxiety dog for person and another one is a hospital visitor and so you know these dogs have the bonus of looking if you groom them that way very harmless to most people and also not shedding so they can go in and out of a hospital where people do have respiratory issues or on an airplane with the air circulating you know that kind of thing and I see there's a flaw with the cats that way like you really you know if you've got the cat allergies got a problem when the cats around you but as far as giving therapy and comfort especially in old age homes can't think of anything more compatible absolutely that back to the airplane I truly think that I mean I have traveled with my cats not is therapy animals as pets where I paid a hundred and fifty dollars each way he and I've had people complain home you know you've got that cat it's like look lady I have cat dander all over me you have just as much to fear from trust me this is a court as for that so so you know I mean I assume and everybody has their thing right some people where you mark loner spicy food or you know you can be alerted to almost anything in so like what if someone has right now in Vancouver where I live the cherry trees are starting to bloom and I'm allergic to them if someone has bush's of those if they have big trees outside their property in the cherry trees are all over their shoes and the pollens on their car and they walk into a Starbucks the same time I'm there almost start sneezing my eyes are going to start watering just because of that it's not their fault I can't make them you know decontaminate.

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"hoddle" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:20 min | 3 years ago

"hoddle" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Your answer will be I don't know. No. Actually, there's a lot on this. I can almost answer this. But I'm gonna let Isaac do it because he's a lot smarter than I am. Thank you for the phone call Frank Isaac before the big bang. What was actually there? Well, we don't know what was before the big bang. We usually there was no space at all. But we say about what was the universe like say. When the authors for it was actually Hoddle Denso and Hoddle, and we talked about cosmic microwave background with Asian. That's two point seven Kelvin really cold when that light was actually created, and what we call this the event of last scattering, the entire universe was actually about the density of the upper atmosphere, the sun, and it was the temperature of the atmosphere the sun, and that's actually it's fallback as we can see right now about three hundred thousand years at the beginning of the universe the universe because we can't see you're looking to a stall, basically the entire universe. Was this compact hot thing? Now, if we get better at detecting neutrinos, we look even further back but pass that Michael last scandal event, we can only extrapolate. What happens we can't see it? And hopefully, we'll be seeing that. But as to what happened before the big bang. We just don't know and the temperature at the moment of the big banks should have been while I was gonna say incident, but we used to say it's a pint temporal which is an insanely high temperature. Right. And I think for most as we head into this next break, the concept of everything that there is in our universe right now because of the planets and the stars and asteroids, and and all of the matter that we have the concept of all of that compressing down into something smaller than the head of a pin is the way people look at it like all of that mass. No, that's not the case. It's that things combined to make what we have. It's not that everything that we have was compressed down into nothing. It was electromagnetic energy where the different elements of gases were formed those combined, and and compressed and that is what created the universe from nothing from energy. It's not that everything was compressed. And then just blew up and and the stars were already in there. But they were just compressed. It's not the case. It's the opposite. It was created from what was already there. There was no not another matter. We think of as existing this time was actually in play that you couldn't actually have any chemicals until many thousands of years at the big bang, and you couldn't even have protons and neutrons that very interest in instant because it was just too hot, right? The forces existed that the grand unified, theories instance. And I mean, it's so speculate about what the circumstances war pilots, you those times because how would we check that a lab how do you make something? That's how the of the lab and we'd like to know because that's the fusion the energy. So and there's another there's another interesting thought that that I have which is how many I mean like right now as you, and I are talking how many universes how many big bangs happen that we never see because the math is just a little bit off. In other words, they literally go. You know, they start and stop ours was magical right ours happened to work, but how many times does a big bane occur. But the math is slightly off. So it just expands disappears. And and you know, I would think that it happens all the time. Quite possibly. I that's one of those problems as we don't have a motto for detecting, how many other universes yet it could be. We could really be the only one or there could be a near infinite number them, all even number of them. And how many of them had this is just different possibilities. The same innovation of OU divorce. Well, the same. That's right. Stop being different way. The speed of light was just one percent faster or slower or one hundred times faster level. And you know, how I might be a finite number. It's one of those numbers you'd you could wrap the entire planet and all the zeros you got tonight down to to list that number. Let me jump in right there. We're gonna take a quick break our guest tonight Isaac Arthur when we come back more of your phone calls. This is coast to coast AM stay with us. Find out more about tonight's guest. Log on to coast to coast AM dot com. This is NewsRadio twelve hundred is and then Tonio, and I heart radio station. Here's some of the stories that we're following.

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"hoddle" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"hoddle" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Let's let's keep going down the line here. Let's go to Maryland. Let's go to Frank in Hollywood, Maryland, Frank you're up next on coast guys said it'd be back with you. My question. They brilliant or excessively dumb. John McCain year old what was. The sun and the stars formed. What was there? What do they cold black nothingness and could we determine the temperature? At that time at the start of the universe was one million. What we know as height. I your answer will be I don't know. No. Actually, there's a lot on this. I can almost answer this. But I'm going to let Isaac do it because he's a lot smarter than I am. Thank you for the phone call Frank Isaac before the big bang. What was actually there? Well, we don't know. What was before the big bang? We usually there was no space at all. But we say about what was the universe like say. When the authors fall, it was actually Hoddle Denso and Hoddle, and we talk about cosmic microwave background with Asian and how that's two point seven Kelvin really cold when that light was actually created and what we call it. The event of last scattering the entire universe was actually about the density of the upper atmosphere, the sun, and it was the temperature of the atmosphere the sun, and that's actually it's fallback as we can see right now about three hundred thousand years of the beginning of the universe athlete beating of the universe. Because we can't see you're looking to a stall, basically the entire universe. Choice was this compact hot thing? Now, if we get better at detecting neutrinos, we look even further back but pass that mocal last scandal event, we can only, you know, extrapolate. What happened 'cause we can't see it? And hopefully, we'll get seen that. But as to what happened before the big bang. We just don't know and the temperature at the moment of the big banks should have been while I was gonna say incident, but we used to say it's a plank temperature, which is an insanely high temperature. Right. And I think for most as we head into this next break, the concept of everything that there isn't our universe right now because of the planets and the stars and asteroids, and all of the matter that we have the concept of all of that compressing down into something smaller than the head of a pin is the way people look at it like all of that mass. No, that's not the case. It's that things combined to make what we have. It's not that everything that we have was compressed down into nothing. It was electromagnetic energy where the different elements and gases were formed those combined, and and compressed and that is what created the universe from nothing from energy. It's not that everything was compressing, then just blew up and and the stars were already in there. But they were just compressed. It's not the case. It's the opposite. It was created from what was already there. There was no not another matter. We think of as existing this time was actually in play. Then they couldn't actually have any chemicals until many thousands of years after the big bang, and you couldn't even have things like protons and neutrons that very first interest in instant because it was just too hot right all the forces existed at that point. That's where you could be grand unified theory, for instance. And I mean, it's so speculate about what the circumstances war. You know, pilot you those times because how would we check that alab? How do you make something? That's how the son of the lab and we'd like to know because that's the usual, unfortunately, free energy. So and there's another there's another interesting thought that that I have which is how many I mean like right now as you, and I are talking how many universes how many big bangs happen that we never see because the math is just a little bit off. In other words, they literally go. You know, they start and stop ours was magical right ours happened to work, but how many times does a big bane occur. But the math is slightly off. So it just expands disappears. And and you know, I would think that it happens all the time. Quite possibly, I that's one of those problems as we don't have a model for detecting how many other universes? Oh, yeah. There could be we could really be the only one or there could be on your incident number them or even an innocent. And I'm both them. And how many of them had this is just different possibilities. The same innovation of all evils. Well, the rules the same. That's right. Stop being once had different way. The speed of light was just one percent fast or slow or a hundred times faster or slow, and you know, how I might be a finite number. But it's one of those numbers, you could VAT the entire planet and all the Zillow's you'd have tonight down to to this that number. Let me jump in right there. We're gonna take a quick break our guest tonight Isaac Arthur when we come back more of your phone calls. This is coast to coast AM stay with.

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"hoddle" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"hoddle" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I just I don't know. No. Actually, there's a lot on this. I can almost answer this. But I'm going to let Isaac do it because he's a lot smarter than I am. Thank you for the phone call Frank Isaac before the big bang. What was actually there? Well, we don't know. What was before the big thing? You said there was no space at all. But we say about what was the universe like say. When the authors fall, it was actually Hoddle Denso and Hoddle, and we talk about cosmic microwave background radiation. And how that's two point seven Kelvin really cold with that light was actually created. And what we call the event of last scattering the entire universe was actually about the density of of the upper atmosphere, the sun, and it was the temperature of the atmosphere the sun, and that's actually it's fallback as we can see right now about three hundred thousand years of the beginning of the universe of the universe because we can't see value looking to a stall, basically the entire unit. Voice was this compact hopping now, if we get better detecting neutrinos, we look even further back, but past that mock off last scandal event, we can only, you know, extrapolate. What happened because we can't see it. And hopefully, we'll be seeing that. But as to what happened before the big bang. We just don't know and the temperature at the moment of the big banks should have been while I was gonna say incident, but we usually say it's a plank temperature, which is an insanely high temperature. Right. And I think for most as we head into this next break, the concept of everything that there isn't our universe right now because of the planets and the stars and asteroids, and and all of the matter that we have the concept of all of that compressing down into something smaller than the head of a pin is the way people look at it like all of that mass. No, that's not the case. It's that things combined to make what we have. It's not that everything that we have was compressed down into nothing. It was electromagnetic energy where the different elements of gases were formed those combined and compressed and that is what created the universe from nothing from energy. It's not that everything was compressing just blew up. And and the stars were already in there. But they were just compressed. It's not the case. It's the opposite. It was created from what was already there. There was no, no, none of the matter. We think of as existing this time was actually in play that they couldn't actually have any chemicals until many thousands of years after the big bang, and you couldn't even have things like protons and neutrons for very forced interest in instant because it was just too hot. Right. He's all the forces existed at that point. That's where you could be grand unified, theory instance. And I mean, it's so speculate about what the circumstances war priority those times because how would we check that a lab, how do you make something? That's how the sun at the lab. And we'd like to know because that's what goes fusion enforc- free Landry. So and there's another there's another interesting thought that that I have which is how many I mean like right now as you, and I are talking how many universes how many big bangs happen that we never see because the math is just a little bit off. In other words, they literally go, you know, they start and stop. Ours was magical Harz happened to work, but how many times does a big bane occur. But the math is slightly off. So it just expands disappears. And and you know, I would think that it happens all the time. Quite possibly, I that's one of those problems as we don't have a model for detecting how many other universes? They've oh, yeah. There could be we could really be the only one or there could be on your incident number or even an innocent number of them. And how many of them had different? This is just different possibilities. The same innovation of all eatables. Well, who is the same? That's right being once it had different voice by the speed of light was just one percent fast or slow or a hundred times faster or slower, and you know, how I might be a finite number. It's one of those numbers where you do you could wrap the entire planet and all the zeros you'd have tonight down to to list that number. Let me jump in right there. We're gonna take a quick break our guest tonight Isaac Arthur when we come back more of your phone calls. This is coast to coast AM stay with us. Find out more about tonight's guest. Log on to coast to coast AM dot com. The most horrible names and talk are.

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"hoddle" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"hoddle" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Fifteen WRC pulse. From NewsTalk as with thirty three homers per one hundred sixty two games. And so, you know, he's been a heck of a player. I it is surprising that they didn't lock them up. They ended up getting him on the cheap there. But the decisions they made weren't bad. I am going to be intrigued to see if they do flip mayor field here. I hadn't really thought about that till Joe brought it up how interesting that could be. As a piece that has now walked in for four sixteen with a reasonable option to if he does happen to really take this breakout into something substantial, and then all of a sudden, you feel like the ten mil as age thirty four is still viable. He's almost looking like, it could be a Benz Ober type, you know, and and kind of continue to move around the field and just be a consistent contributor for the next four five years. So we'll see on that. I do want to move on. Joe I want to pin you down on on some guesses here were dragging on. It's kind of a pain in the butt at this point. I'm over it. But I don't know your thoughts on this. Where are you seeing Harper Machado going after all all the dust is I don't care what we still don't know when it's going to settle, but I wanna get your get your picks on it. I I've made I made a promise to myself on the black book after weeks and weeks, and I just I won't talk about them anymore. So annoyed. Any and I opened the show. And and we do all the news. And every now, and then all throwing out there as a joke like there's a mystery team of history. You know, it is. And you know, look out. I'll I'll stand by this until my dying day. I think Bryce Harper wants to be a Yankee. I think. Wow. I just don't think that's in the mix. I do. I think that I think Bryce Harper is a little different amendments Hoddle in the sense that Bryce Harper wants a ton the money whereas boroughs wants to win minima child. Just wants a ton of money. And I think that's very simple way of looking at it. I think whoever gives Manny Machado it'll go play in Chicago will for the White Sox. We'll go play for the Padres, whoever decides to get Manion Machado the most guaranteed money. Manny Machado is going to be very happy living out his days wherever that is Bryce Harper. I think is a little bit different of an animal. I think he's a super competitive guy. And I think that he's he's played himself into a weird spot. Because there's no denying the talent is is absolutely huge. But hasn't always translated consistently. And I think that's where the struggle is. And it's the struggle of will what what's the next ten years going to be for rice Harper, and what kind of contract is that and. And I feel like the reason why it's dragging on. So long is Bryce Harper wants to be in a big time city. And I don't think that's Philadelphia. I'm mean, no, no, no disrespect to the Philly fans and everything, but I just don't join PISA PM. I. That's right lifted early. I lived in phila- I went to school in Philly fun down e drink and be married there. I just don't see him going and saying, yeah, you know, that's where I wanna be. I feel like the Yankees are just laying in the weeds here..

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