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Lunar Water is More Abundant Than Previously Thought
"Astronomers have discovered that water maybe far more abundant on the moon than previously thought water is is already being detected on the permanently shadowed floors of craters neither Luna polls with some never reaches and signatures for hydroxy polls that he's molecules made up one hydrogen and one oxygen atom has been detected on the lunar surface now, and you study reported in the Journal. Nature Astronomy is confirmed that water molecules comprising one oxygen and two hydrogen atoms. Good outage to uh-huh has been found in lunar regular. Even sunlit areas of the Moon, the observations were made by Sophia the stratospheric observatory for infrared astronomy a converted Boeing seven, four, seven SP airliner fitted with a two point seven meter infrared reflect telescope. The observatory which is operated by Nassar and the German Aerospace Centre de la was able to detect the molecules in the Moon Southern Hemisphere Safiya Project Site Alexandra Roy from dealer says scientists have been looking for water on the moon ever since the first lunar rocks were brought back to earth in the nineteen sixties. However evidence it's been hard to come by the first confirmation of Luna, water came in two thousand and eight from this moon. Meteorology Mabuhay aboard the Indian Chan One spacecraft which detected frozen on the shaded floors of Doc. Paula. Craters Sophia was able to identify the mistake fingerprint of water molecules in the mid infrared range at a wavelength of six micrometres in the vicinity of the the crater in the moon southern fear, and that raises some interesting questions where did the water in these non polar regions come from and how come it can persist in these areas without an atmosphere surface temperatures can read something like two hundred and thirty degrees. Celsius hot enough to cause water to evaporate under the hate of the light of Sun. Now, it's possible that micrometeorites which are. Constantly falling onto the lunar surface I carrying small quantities of water which deposited the lunar rocks during collisions. In the process, the water becomes enclosed in tiny glass bead like structures in the ground. Another idea involves a two stage process in which hydrogen from the solar wind riches the lunar surface combined with hydroxyl molecules on the ground to form water molecules. The data required by Safiya indicates that most of this water being detected so far lies within the substrate covering the lunar surface. Now, we're not talking about much Roy estimates. It's about the. Equivalent of a three mealy milliliter. A can of drink spread a resurface area, the size of a football pitch in reality, it means the moon still dry than the desert's of earth, but the quantity of water that's been discovered could still prove important future missions to the moon severe. We'll now observe the moon sunlit surface during different. Luna faces to investigate this water phenomenon in greater detail sinus that this will open up a new insight into where the water on the moon comes from how it's stored and how it's distributed across the surface. Meanwhile a second study also reported in the journal Nature Astronomy modeled areas of the lunar surface cast in permanent shadow finding that these so-called cold traps contain at least twenty percent of all the water is on the moon it seems small scattered. Cold trips are scattered across the lunar polar regions and could provide accessible water resources which could be used for drinking for making oxygen for breathing and making oxygen and hydrogen for rocket fuel. One of the study's authors. No, but Shraga, offer from the Planetary Science Institute says Future Lunar Rovers may have a hard time driving into date dot craters. With extremely low temperatures but smaller cold traps would be far more accessible. He says approximately ten to twenty percent of the cold trap area for water is fantasy contained within microcode traps must witcher less that a major across the discovery changes sciences perspective of water on the Moon, which until now is focused on the largest water as was situated within the broadest deepest craters at high latitudes astronomer. Johnny Horner. From the University of southern Queensland says these latest discoveries of water on the moon will play a major role in the autumn missions returning humans to the lunar surface in twenty twenty four. Ways, you can look at of them that he's much more general and the people took much. It's what really shattering this myth, the Walter Scott in the innovest, which is something that's been a bit of bath mindset. A couple of decades since got my career Walter is everywhere. It's just it's Walter ice rather than liquid. Well, what we found over the last decade of so it's the most lessons that we look the more West finding. Walter, in it never imagined, we're announcement of Wall Toronto Mercury it will not last thing to look what we're finding. The. Central Time there is Walter. The colts of the mode have been confirmed on the mall, the compound as more water than people my. Locations way will be able to access that won't actually from a technology on down the line I'm not hungry exciting locations, the future of kind of human space exploration particularly from the point of view I've going places and then creating your own fuel back to go on from that, which if you do that, it says a huge amount of because if you only continues feel. You've lost fueling. To take with you for whatever future and he wants to attack the problem is that launching prevented big Strong gravitational. You've got much better as well. So every time you wanted few, you've been going to use more fuel to launch fuel. So you have this kind of runaway way.
Translating the Buddhist Scriptures
"The Buddhist said. In the Middle Length Discourse One oh three. The vegetables agree on the meaning but disagree on the phrasing. But the venerable should know that this is how such agreement on the meaning disagreement on the phrasing come to be. But the phrasing is a minor matter. Please don't get into a fight about something. So minor. So this is talking about. Sharing the Dharma. On the original language that the Buddhist disciples were sharing it and they were disagreeing about the phrasing. In other words they understood and agreed upon the meaning of the Dharma but they're having problems with the exact words to use to express it. And the Buddha don't get hung up on the phrasing. And this applies. Directly to. Translating. When you're translating the the Ceuta's from the original Pali to. Modern English wore things you can do is get hung up on phase phrasing. And phrasing simply means the way that it's put into English the words that are used. And this is a problem because you can get really hung up on this if you. Have done translating I did translate in Bible College my background was in Greek and. Biblical. Translation. And I did I've actually translated the gospel of John a couple of times and I the saloons. And some parts of Matthew. And I think if America did mark too but I can't remember at hand and the beginning of of Luke. And one of the things that I realized. Is. That originally the less you know the more you think a literal translation is the correct way to go. problem with a literal translation is that the people the the people who are reading the literal translation aren't getting the message they're not getting the original message. So which you have to do is come up with a dynamic equivalence so that you understand the message in in this case poly. And then you translate that message from Pali into English. And that's hard to do to to use the right words and to convey things because you can get hung up on the correspondence between the words and not understand the correspondence between the connotations. For an example, I just just reading a translation from I B Horner. in the Vanilla where she was translating that the Buddha was pacing back and forth worth the word pacing has the connotation of be nervous like you're nervous in your pacing back and forth. And a better translation would be walking back and forth because that's walking meditation is what the Buddha was doing. He wasn't pacing he's completely elaborated individual he wouldn't be pacing. and. So the word the connotation pacey means going back and forth. But the connotation has the idea that you're stressed and to bring that across when you're translating is actually much more difficult than people realize and this is what makes translation so difficult.
Yu Darvish Takes No-Hitter Into 7th As Chicago Cubs Beat Brewers
"About That the best Yu Darvish has thrown is a member of the Cubs. He took a no hitter into the seventh inning of what turned out to be a 42 Cubs win over the Brewers of Wrigley Field. Justin Smoak broke up a no hit bid with a home run in the seventh. But Darvish was approaching the 100 pitch mark, so he wasn't too concerned about the No. No, the same time. I know I'm not going nine ng because of pitch count, so Just, you know, trying to keep the game close, which, of course, he did. Niko Horner and Kyle Schwarber home, Oring and Darvish, noting that the starting pitchers on the staff push one another way of putting pressure on each other. So that's a that's a group pressure for us and the Cubs with a major league best 13 and three record. White
'Murder Hornets' spotted in Seattle
"People have been reporting sightings of the Asian murder Hornet many of these sayings are in no way where they they're on the west coast I guess but you know what their true which is long they have pincers dispensers that cut off the heads of regular bees and nasty and they and they have a stinger if it's seven times the potency of the regular be staying how can wait outside in the summer but everything you thought the coronavirus was bad now god warned its offense will be bad we need voices you know come see me man your name all over me the whole bit nine now comes with a lot of production P. we could we could put together a program like that murder Horner his murder Hornets listen listen to me this is the actuator guy this year they they were spotted in the Seattle and he is governor Inslee's for those in Washington actually and so the latter's lawyers argue we this is TMZ reports of all this is good we're getting our information at the NCAA about eighty five percent of it listen the better it is here that they that DMZ reports the Washington state department at your confidence people are mistaking the Asian giant Hornet with the European on
"horner" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"The engine chassis and The the best drivers a guiding wheel to whale the the end of the year the ultimately is the best. Dr Of the US come through and win so yes fuller on his absolutely Entertainment's all politics that go on behind the scenes as well all part of the Scifo for these formidable. Now you know. Obviously there is a technical purpose to it as well And some technology does find. Its way into the automotive industry but primarily. It is a global marketing programs for brands to advertise themselves So as I say former one end or in general people WANNA Walk Unexciting football game. Because you don't know who's GonNa win and a tennis match or any other form of autumn informal? One is a different Chris. One of the big political debates in Lord of the miners budget associate to come says the one hundred fifty million dot com from the hundred million dollar camp and people's opinions divided. Where do you stand on that debates and do you think there are other solutions onsite asthma causal different price some teams that can be as important? I think it's all against blown. Out of proportion becomes highly emotive. We're really focused on on a ceiling of the maximum that you can spend now if I go back to my own experience Alerts Formula Two former three thousand? He take it to an extreme. There's a price list of Paul so you can have an you. Need to have a truck for the spurs or you. Draw your says when you crash. The.
Tyson Fury expects Deontay Wilder rematch
"See in what was viewed by many as the biggest heavyweight world bouts since Lennox Lewis and Mike Tyson in two thousand to Tyson fury scored a pair of knockdowns in his victory over Deontay Wilder that ended in the seventh round the Wilders Horner when the child has thirty days to exercise his option for an immediate rematch and another rematch is just fine with fury I'm almost sure they'll take very much because he's dynamite plunger on IT tiny can take somebody's our state somebody out without danger you're always in a fight so I'm pretty sure we'll do it again moving back again if he wants to but he doesn't want to done that these amounts may promoters on on you know whatever they want to do I'm happy with it with his next we'll get the
"horner" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
"Hour now on the JV program live the general Horner is live leave a curriculum is liveleak carousel and is lively and I'm always a lively no matter how much no matter how much there are things in the world to get kind of in the way you know how there they should be getting sick what really why would have what then you can just feel when Doug is on a path somewhere buckle up either home past the dog a go ahead you don't sound like much of him bad now you're making fun of someone I am not making friends today my heart felt focus on love and life in money and all the things that are part of what they send is all down that road the craziness right what's send you to the road is it money what worries is it love is it stuff that it doesn't really make any difference but yet it does you know those sorts of things what do you have down without Jennifer you studied you name it I'm worried about I know you well enough to know that that's very true very very true anxiety is apparently gone my new hobby right taking on the worries of the world Victoria I don't know whether yeah yeah you were kind of a little bit of a worry or do I just sometimes now I actually I sometimes come on what it will not let you go what do you think I worry about well since you since you as you know it all if you were no I don't think I know it over your concern mama when it came to your dog that's and I was in it that the only thing I ever worry about are my animals and user communities so by Lewis in his well being easy save on the train to New York and that kind of stuff doesn't and it is not a factor I don't worry about that what's the point every day and you know it's that we're new Yorkers there's every day I wake up in the city do you deal you know you get a thrill that any deals you different cards every day so you know I don't I don't spend time or energy worrying about that I mean I had legitimate concerns worrying about my dog for the last three months of his life he was in you know bad shape so yeah I absolutely worried a lot about that but other than that I don't really I'm not a ruminate and I'm not a worrier remember a lot of money you don't worry about you know what I mean and now let's see some time but who doesn't worry about money that's the point I that that's the point is the whole thing we all concerned we may say you know some people are more prone to worrying about things because that's in their make up as it weathers genetic makeup or your astrological I believe that we pick our lives before we come into our lives pick our parents pick them were born some people like to worry about stuff right but you're right about that bug me I really don't like the jail who do that yeah I don't choose to worry I not you everything I don't think you choose does that you do.
"horner" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"The Horner house in queens or that woman to live their claim to have thousands of dollars hidden in the mounds of trash but looks like that might be the case the woman's ex boyfriend says there really was cash in the trash for the city workers removed it when they were cleaning up they reportedly turned about ten thousand dollars over to the woman's legal guardian that still will not come close to the just under three hundred fifty thousand dollars in fines that are owed since the woman began hoarding and creating a two story hazard of garbage on her property beginning back in twenty fifteen always sometimes called the throne right but in this case it really has a solid gold toilet worth one and a quarter million dollars has been stolen from a British palace museum any show to compete as a million pound toilet us instead. all girls I want to go in at a lot of people wanted to go on it you actually could it wasn't functional Lou it was part of an art installation people were encouraged to use it but sometime early yesterday morning police say the thieves broke into blind I'm palace near London stole the golden padi they also flooded the place on the broke the pipes on they ripped it out of the wall police are taking the theft very seriously the name of the golden throne by the way America it was created by a Italian artist Maurizio Cattelan it was originally offered to president trump actually back in twenty seventeen to be used in the White House he denied it the contractor who the city says was responsible in the death of one of its workers back in April deserves to lose its license according to a report in The Daily News back in April Nelson Salinas was working at a Manhattan site on east fifty eight street when a stone was dislodged by the rigging and he was struck in the head the city now says the owner of the company Vladimir Tomczak deserves to lose his license he was unable to produce inspection records his company Vlad construction based out of Jamaica queens last week the buildings department also suspended the licenses of two other contractors they were involved in the June death of a worker in Harlem. panic at a movie theater in northern Virginia last night reports came in there was a shooter after investigating the balsam quarter mall in Arlington counselors say no shooting but for those taking shelter in stores hiding inside store rooms evacuating there were some scary moments one person was injured police now say they are looking into just what sparked.
Jerry Hollowell, Horner And Wembley Stadium discussed on Le Show
"Horner think you may remember her as Jerry Hollowell. Not as apologized for quitting the Spice Girls in nineteen ninety eight. The band played the last eight of their current reunion tour. I need to say something I should have said a long time ago he told fans and her bandmates at Wembley stadium. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I left I was just being a brand. It's so good to be back with the girls that I love Jerry aka ginger spice walked away from the band at the height of their fame twenty one years ago. But that makes you feel old time. She's got to suffering from exhaustion and needed a break. Now she needs a break from the break years later in a documentary, she explained. She become distanced from the rest of the band, I felt I didn't belong anymore. They didn't need me anymore. Really, and I definitely felt very redundant. She left just before the band. Oh, she knows her apology came just before the band played good by the number one, single that addressed her departure.
"Super blood wolf moon" puts on show in night sky
"Present. A plan b. If you missed the super blood wolf moon, you're going to have to wait a generation for another chance. Super moons are relatively common, but ABC meteorologist Katie Horner says last night's lunar trifecta is special because of the time of year blood because it is a total lunar eclipse wolf because the native Americans name the full moon in January the wolf moon. The next time we'll have a super blood wolf moon will be in twenty fifty eight the next full lunar eclipse or blood moon, minus the super and manage the wolf will be in
Native American veteran in viral video of confrontation speaks out
"As crude went off Saturday. No one was reported hurt a working theory by police is the bombing was the work of group known as the new I r a decades of violence killed more than thirty seven hundred people on both sides before Northern Ireland's nineteen ninety eight peace accord with Ireland tensions have spiked recently over uncertainty about the future of the Irish border after Brexit, Michael shoe, pay KFI news, and does he missed the super blood wolf moon will have to wait a generation for another chance. Super moons are relatively common, but ABC meteorologist Katie Horner says last night's lunar trifecta is special because at the time of year blood because it is a total lunar eclipse wolf because the native Americans name. The full moon in January the wolf moon. The next time we'll have a super blood wolf moon will be in twenty fifty eight the next full lunar eclipse or blood moon, minus the super or the wolf will be in twenty twenty one
"horner" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Chris Horner written a lot about this. You've Christopher c Horner you could find him in Washington DC and happy for some reason. Even though he's in the middle of Washington DC's written bestselling books, including the politically incorrect guide to global warming. Red hot lies power. Grab is latest book is the liberal war on transparencies been out there. Breaking news of his own with these foia requests, and exposing the EPA and some other things. So when you see this going to talk about this UN edict on climate change, global warming and all that in a minute. But when you see this in the middle of this kind of a storm. I all wet on this pun intended. Or are we on to something here? But how this this narrative shifts? Well, possibly it's a fear of of being. Beauty store is having not over hyped something therefore underplayed it. But it's clear that this is now instinctive for years, I have some friends in the television mini business, and they would talk about how Dan rathers leap onto the national scene was was the product of his storm coverage and storms just have this strange leur to particularly televised media. It's it it goes beyond the if it bleeds it leads business. This is this is definitely human interest story definitely newsworthy. But it as you pointed out it goes beyond that, it is ghoulish. And now it is more. So because of this very superstitious desire to say the human did it every time mother nature does what she does during as you accurately noted something known as hurricane season. And just see. No since we are in the midst of something. We'll probably talk about which is the every few years. These scary story the end of the World Report. And the only end of the World Report with a card to order the next one in the back, and it comes out and says released this week. Numerous studies towards and beyond. This report called air five have reported a decreasing trend in the global number of tropical cyclones, and or globally accumulated cyclonic energy, which is what we're talking about with the hurricanes. So you certainly there's been a dramatic spike in news coverage and news claims that the storms are on the rise in terms of frequency and severity. But that's not true. Chris Horner with us at one of the be headlines union hyphen Tribune here in San Diego yesterday about this UN report, and there's the book it's already picture of smokestacks belching into the blue sky, that's turning gray. And you're saying affect what is it? Steam billowing from the coal fired Gavin power plant and Cheshire Ohio climate scientists that says in the caption say mitigating global warming will require a dramatic shift to burn coal to employ in green sources of energy production such as wind and solar. So there's that and then the giant headline under their dire warning issued on climate change. So this again is that landmark report they say from the United Nations and among the things on that panel on climate change saying, well, it's all gonna hit the fan and about just a few years as soon as twenty forty worsening food shortages, wildfires raw gonna die mass die off of coral. Reefs could happen as early as twenty forty and those who are alive now, maybe well, see this and experience and. We just need more treaties throw some money around. It'll be fine. And they're saying we have to dramatically change the global economy. I mean everywhere how do you make that happen with all these different nations for one thing? And they say, oh, by the way, the damage. Let's see avoiding here's the article from the New York Times avoiding the most serious damage requires transforming the world economy within just a few years say the authors of this study estimate the damage becoming a cost of fifty four trillion dollars. But while they conclude as technically possible to achieve the rapid changes required to avoid two point seven degrees of warming, two point seven degrees. They say that might be difficult politically. So that's what we're gonna do is get fit. What have we did everything the way they want us to do it? What's ironically? The key phrases is what if we did because you remember the historic global treaty the Paris climate treaty in which all the nations of the world got together. And agreed that the United States should Harmon self in ways. That they refuse to it's not that hard to figure out why we're the ones who think that's a bad idea. There's no as we cover every time no projected detectable impact on climate even from their schemes. It is is Mark Ronald climate depot called witchcraft you did it. And if you do the following why that'll be our response. Okay. So the temperature will be any different now. That's the main question we'll have to we'll get back to you on that. But no you need to do the following. We've heard this since James Hansen's testimony in what's the nineteen eighty one? And he said we had four years left to save the earth in January of two thousand nine Prince Charles claimed in July two thousand nine we we had ninety six months not ninety seven that would have been absurd. Ninety five would have been tied to suspicious, but ninety six months over two thousand nine the UK prime minister said we had fifty days, and we had hours in March two thousand nine we've been it's always twenty years away, sometimes fifty hours, and it will always be just over the horizon. Now, you think things look good here. They're terrible. Shelbyville Moustaq now signed here. Details to follow them. This is about calling for something that politically you could never do. And even the people calling for it. You can test their sincerity if you accept their models about don't wanna get too weedy. But they're saying this stuff, we're exhaling carbon dioxide, which is plant food is a control knob on the temperature, which is demonstrably untrue. Just looking at observations. If they believed that they would call for the number is between one and two one and two new nuclear power plants brought online every day, and you'll notice that the quickest way to determine the catastrophic manmade global warming is the greatest threat facing mankind, except for all the others is to just walk through the solutions. So then we should build nuclear power plants. No, your Adams, they frighten me. Okay. Damn. So those are mean to fish windmills. Absolutely. But nowhere we're birds fly or Kennedys live and so on. So this coal frightened you gas. Well, that's not clean enough nuclear scary. We'll just rely on electric city, and I just described California's policy us. If they were sincere, they would call for these things they're not calling for them. It is a reasonable conclusion. They're not sincere. Well, just about two three weeks ago during the big climate conference of governor Jerry Brown had here at the global climate with ten million dollars of donor money has you know? Yes, the global climate action summit in San Francisco, where of course, you need apt to keep from stepping into every literally you need an apse where you don't step. So you don't pick up urban outdoorsman, shall we say exhaust? And he said this one point governor Jerry Brown version two point out quote in California with science under attack. In fact, we're under attack by a lot of people including Donald Trump, but the climate threat still keeps growing Brown continued. He said, so we wanna know what the double hockey sticks is going on all around the world all the time. Brown said, so we're going to launch our own satellite our own damn satellite. The figure out where the pollution is an hour. We're going to end it with great precision. I just they just shot up a satellite the other day in fact about three weeks ago. There was one that monitors ice and everything else would launch at Vandenberg Air Force base in California's Jerry got the updates on. Then we're just compare. Maybe it will be a bullet satellite with stops in Fresno. And various parts of the train, the Traynor date do all want their own, and you know, I read their mail because they're public records. And I saw this thing coming. That's how we know they raised ten million dollars to run this supposed officials event calling for more government from it. Again. If you rob Peter to pay Paul you're guaranteed Paul's enthusiastic support. They got ten million dollars with money to run this call for more government, and for them to have their own satellites, you can point out the inconsistencies, of course, how was it supposed to get up there, shall we talk about the fuel. Don't we have satellite says Mark Larson points out? Yes, that you isn't this job being done. Or is this about having your own? There's some sort of edifice complex. You'll notice there are you're calling for if you're serious and Jerry Brown to his credit has noted that nothing that they think really should be done could ever get done the people would rebel and it would lead to revolution. So let's impose gestures as we always should close our conversations, maybe even open them these gestures. Carry a terrible social cost as President Obama recognized. If as a very wealthy out of touch person would recognize necessarily skyrocketing electricity rates is the objective, hence necessarily. Maybe none of no one. He knows would feel that. But it kills a lot of people real people seniors from hypothermia in numbers that are necessarily skyrocketing. These policies have a terrible true human social costs and yet all parties acknowledged there is no detectable impact on the climate, which is the entire reason for imposing them. They want to transform the entire world economy, the UN climate really two points about they have increasingly acknowledged, and you will see at all of these every September climate week in New York is you know, it is now with this beyond. Popular Front imagery. It is the it is the hammer and sickle it is smashed capitalism. Well, you know that for sure because they also after you. I mean, you are like public enemy number one. Chris horner? So stay safe out there. We appreciate the update is always read Chris's books, including the liberal war on transparency is over at the competitive Enterprise Institute. Christopher c Horner. AM seven sixty talking breaking news coming up later in the hour because I've been begged to do this. I've alluded to it talked a little bit about it yesterday. Big movie. The Neil Armstrong movie. I man opening on Friday. I had a chance to see that in a private screening a couple of weeks ago. I'm going to share the review in full so gather around the radio put your space. I'll be ready for that coming up. Plus the thoughts on Taylor swift getting political again last night and the AMS AM AMA's glued together. I do that. AM seven sixty talk and breaking news. You're listening to Mark Larson on AM seven sixty talk and breaking news..
Dr. Kecia Gaither, MD Pt2 Child Birth Not Always Black and White
Dr. Kecia Gaither, MD Pt2 Child Birth Not Always Black and White
"Treatment. Taste this parade. Sydney. Right back to heart, but delivers the. Walk into the radio health show with Dr Christine Horner your source of information that will help you to achieve extraordinary health and longevity or each week. We bring you a fascinating interview with the leader in natural health from practitioners, ancient systems of medicine, such as traditional Chinese medicine that IRA Veda to experts and the latest frontiers of complementary and alternative medicines. You'll be entertained in mesmerized by my guess we'll learning many tips on how you can reach an joy in extraordinary state of health simply and naturally. I'm your host, Dr. Christine Horner for resurgent, and now an expert natural health in the author of two award winning books. The first is waking warrior goddess, Dr Christine hunters program to protect against and fight breast cancer. And my most recent book is called radiant health, Asia beauty, a thirty day program for extrordinary health, beauty and longevity. My guest today is Dr. Kisha gazer and this is actually part two of a two part interview. If you did not listen to last week's interview, I strongly encourage you to listen to that. I can get kinda fundation of what we're talking about, but she say double board certified physician in OB GYN and also in maternal fetal medicine. And last week we were talking specifically about, there's been a rise in the ternal deaths in the United States, and we kind of went through the various different factors that are responsible for that. And so this week, what we wanna do kinda get into more details about it and what women can do to really lower the risk of having difficulties with their pregnancies as well as having actually not thriving from from having that. So doctor gave me thank you so much for being on my show. Again, thank you so much for having me again banks. So last week we were talking again, kind of the main thing. Things. I guess that were causing people that have increased maternal deaths and problems. You had mentioned words, obesity is obviously a huge thing. You know, people have diabetes and that kind of thing. And then and then we also talked about the that the main things that people can potentially die from when they have a child from infections, high blood pressure issues, if hemorrhage. So to this week, we just wanna go a little bit more in depth, you know, into these areas and it's like, so if a woman wants to lower risk as much possibly can. What, what are the main kinds of recommendations that you have? Well, certainly in the best of both worlds before you even get pregnant, it will be helpful to go to your provider and have a discussion about, you know, whatever medical cool morbidity that you may have. Which may need to be optimized. If you're diabetic, you need to get your blood sugar in control. Certainly because while you can handle high high blood sugar, your developing fetus cannot and high blood sugar leads to specific congenital abnormalities in the developing fetus primarily affecting their brain and spinal cord their hearts in their legs. So to prevent these things, it's helpful for diabetic women to get their blood sugars and good control. The other thing that diabetics can do prior to becoming pregnant is to take full of gas. It's up limitation full of gas that is very good for fetal brain development. If you are a woman who has had a baby in the past that has had a neural tube abnormality in the neural tube is that progenitor that develops the baby's brain and and spinal cord. So if you've had a baby in the past that have had. That has had despicable nominally certainly again for look, it's up limitation would be benefit to you in the pre conceptual period. That was like routine for everybody, like no matter what like it was in the prenatal vitamins. It is, but for certain subsets, the doctor is going to give you more. You're gonna get an additional, you know, prenatal vitamins have like one milligram folic acid in it for those women that fall into the categories. We're talking about giving them four milligrams daily, so you, it's it's more. Got it. And then what like what other? I mean, of course, always heard a fog acid, you know, from yawns ago about the news editor, are there other vitamins or minerals or supplements that you feel are really beneficial for women while they're pregnant? Seen as you know, I am a high risk doc. I really liked vitamin d vitamin d is good for a whole host of things. First of all, you know, vitamin d is the only vitamin that's made exclusively in the skin, and it's made particularly when you're in sunlight, sunlight helps to promote the census of it in your skin. However, for those women that have color or people who live in cities where you got the high skyscrapers and your endorsed most of the time where you tape taking public transportation, particularly the train underground train, you know, your exposure is low sunlight. So it goes without saying that you're vitamin d levels would be lower to. Now, vitamin d deficiency affects everybody, not not just pregnant women, and you know, I'm gonna. Go into how it's affects pregnant women, but vitamin d is really good for your cardiovascular health for your bone. Development deficiency has been linked to a psychiatric disorders, so therefore it's good for your mental health. So it's, you know, it's not just doing a body good for the pregnant ladies, but for everybody now in my arena, being high risk doc, I see a lot of Preterm labor. So there has been research out there, correlating low vitamin d with an increased risk of Preterm birth. So for all of the ladies that I see in in my office, everybody get screened and if they're values alot, they get supplemented vitamin d is an expensive, and if it can prevent something that will have a high morbidity and mortality, like having a little preemies. And all that goes along with having a premature baby. Then, you know, I'm all for checking levels and supplementing for those ladies that are hypertensive, vitamin d supplementation is as good as well as it can pretty much. I can't say lower, but it will hopefully prevent some poor outcomes from hypertensive disorders in pregnancy. So do you notice I know vitamin d is kind of a tricky thing as far as how much you give. Because you know, years ago we used to say, I take four hundred international units today, and now we know that that's way way too low in somebody who's not pregnant at the kind of normal is about two thousand international. That's what I what I give. Okay. 'cause situations like sometimes when people have you know some sort of chronic illness or you know cancers, it turns out that they'll need way more than that, like, you know, five thousand or something like that. So I was just wondering if pregnancy was a situation like that to where you actually need it a lot more than the normal. Well, I think it depends on what your levels are. You know, anecdotes, you know, I've I've had a few patients that had psychiatric illnesses, and interestingly enough, you know what I've found is these ladies have values of vitamin d in the single digits. Don't I? And I don't know why that is. So for those ladies, I will give, you know, certainly give them more than you know, two thousand day. It'll probably be more like five thousand a day, and then you know what a month or so we'll we'll check their levels to see how you know whether or not that that affords them, you know, a treatment. Working. So the women just curious to the one that you've had that has psychiatric problems and you really low vitamin d levels like the single digits. Now when you get their vitamin d levels up to kind of European range of say, like, you know, forty to sixty or something. Have you noticed that there's an improvement in their mental, you know, it's hard to say because not only are they taking vitamin d, but they're also taking whatever psychotropic medications that the psychiatrists recommending. So if there's any change in baseline, I don't know what that's due to the due to the vitamin d the meds, or is it something that's that's, you know, is it both of them that that and that's hard to gauge. Right, right. Got it. So are there any other like vitamins or nutrients that you think are particularly important? I think you're mega threes are important in pregnancy, a mega threes or really good for heart health, but in practice. Conc-. It's good for fetal brain development. So I would recommend any patient taking prenatal vitamins. Make sure they take a formulation that has those nice magazine. It other sources of Maga's are certainly salmon. Salmon is good for pregnant ladies, and you know, having that nice little fetal brain development. So mega of our, you know, besides helping pregnant ladies good for everybody else protects your heart. And it's a bonus nutrient for patients or people that are sitting dwellers as well air pollution kinda facts mega levels. And so certainly taking the supplementation is really good to help your health. Make it three levels. I generally do recommend that, you know, I am kind of a believer in vitamin supplementation. Certainly, I can certainly provide him in d, your mega IOUs vitamin b. twelve items. See. So those are the main ones that I really kind of inform my patients about simply because of where we're living and the types of exposures that we have vitamin b. twelve, for instance, is beneficial. We, you know, the area that I live in is urban and you know, there are a lot of cars around and various toxins like sulfate and black carbon can affect our cardio vascular system. Vitamin b. Twelve is nutrient that. That keeps the bodies nerve and blood cells. Healthy helps to make the building blocks of who we are DNA. So certainly, you know, it's important to have your level levels check because it'll pollution can affect your levels. And certainly if the vitamin b, twelve is building blocks for basically who we are, it's best to to have that supplements it there, certain people that have a particular type of Nimia call mega blasted anemia. And you see this more so and people that have GI illnesses or had GI surgery. So these people in particular as well. All right risk for vitamin b. Twelve deficiency and supplementation for them is essential. It's not even choice. That's essential. Vitamin c, we all know vitamin c is the saying that we spouse during flu season bills your immune system. Adam helps you to fight off getting colds and so forth. But the other thing about vitamin c. for the ladies out there vitamin c. keeps your skin Dewey and healthy and helps the Bill the collagen and everything in it being a city dweller again with the air pollution, the oxide kind of destroy your vitamin c levels. So you know, pumping a little vitamin c daily certainly is is helpful on many levels recommend. You know, there's various formulate Sion's and so it's hard to gauge which would be the best. I think any formulation over the counter that in the ranges are similar. That would be fine. Do you think I mean, do you recommend like a thousand milligrams a day or do or more than that? It depends. It depends on what what you're dealing with that I would say there's some formulations that are four hundred. There's some formulate at thousand, you know, I have given the four hundred dosage, certainly. If you are in flu season, I might recommend you bump that up. Okay. Anything else that you routinely recommend for women? No, no, you know, from my pregnant ladies are prenatal there Maga's checking those vitamin d levels. If they have certain, you know, GI illnesses or anemic, making sure the vitamin b twelve is is up to par. And during flu season, I do tell them to take extra vitamin c to prevent them from having flew flew in pregnancy or not a good thing together. Do you recommend the flu shots? I do. I do. I really, really do you know this particular winter. I had so many patients in the intensive care unit affected with the flu. I've never seen that. I might have one, you know, during the course of of flu season, but I had double digits this year. I've never seen that. So this particular strain was pretty VERA lint very violent to make. Yeah, to kinda shut down your system and have you one, you know, breathing machine. So yeah, I do recommend it. You know, I'm pregnancy. Your immune system declined. You know it decline. So the flu in a pregnant woman is disastrous. It really is not only as mommy affect the baby's affected too. If mothers oxygenating babies, not gonna oxygenating there. That women stay indoors a lot or minimize commerce. They go out. I mean, particularly enough Lucy's and like that. I think that, you know, if you have gotten your flu shot, you're giving, you know your level of protection, certainly, and taking your your vitamin c. I think that what kind of company and certainly coming since dictated. If there's somebody with the flu, you're not gonna be around them. Yeah, hopefully yeah. yeah.
Dr. Kecia Gaither, MD Pt1 Child Birth Not Always Black and White
"Taste this parade. Sydney. Right back to heart, but delivers the. Welcome to the radiant health show with Dr Christine Horner. Your source of information will help to achieve extrordinary health and longevity where each week we bring you fascinating interview with the leader in natural health from practitioners, ancient systems of medicine, such as traditional Chinese medicine IRA Vega to experts in the latest frontiers of complementary alternative medicine. You'll be entertained in mesmerized by guests. Well, learning many tips on how you can reach an joy and extrordinary state of health simply and naturally. I'm your host, Dr. Christine Horner for resurgent, and now an expert natural health and the author of the war when he books waking the warrior goddess, Dr Christine Horner's program to protect against and fight breast cancer. And my most recent book which is radiant health ageless beauty, a thirty day program. For extrordinary health beauty in longevity. I guess today is Dr. Kisha gave her. She's actually a double board certified physician in OB GYN and also in maternal fetal medicine, and she's actually specializes in issues with maternal death and and pregnancies. And so today, what we're gonna be talking about is some of the ways that women can actually significantly lower their risk of having a furious complications with pregnancy or even death, and and so Dr kisha getting. I'm sorry, actually just call Dr Ganz doctor, but thank you so much for gagne Amish. Oh, thank you so much for having me. Thanks so much. So let's just I first of all start out with like, how did you decide you are going to be a doctor, and how did you decide you to specialize this. Area? Well, that's kind of interesting. My mom told me that when I was around four years, I was running around telling people that I was going to be surgeon. So you know, you listen to what the four year old says, you know, particularly sent. I was also saying I wanted to have an elephant as a pet, so you gotta listen. Yeah, yet. But then you know, I really had a love of science and math, and it just kinda let me to the path. Initially, I wanted to be a pediatrician, but then when I did my third year rotation, they put me on the pediatric service on college service. It was kind of sad dealing with all of those children with cancer and going for chemo and with and so on. So that that kind of termi off a little bit. And then my next rotation was OB and I was fortunate enough to work under the auspices of a great maternal fetal medicine specialist dot to under g so that the sender, gee, if you're out there, you really were. You know, we're great mentor to me, and that's just I fell in love with it. And that just, you know what I wanted to do it affords a little bit of everything. Certainly, you know, you have to have medicine background. You're dealing with young women, you know, you're bringing life into the world. So not every day is is different. I mean, every day there's there's something there's something different, so it never gets boring and you constantly being challenged. So that's kind of where I am. I, I love what I do. So I, you know, statistically they say that maternal death is on the rise, which was kind of surprising to me because I mean, we've kinda think about that being long ago that people would die childbirth. And now it seems like it's extraordinarily rare, but there is a rather significant number of women that's still in childbirth. That's correct. And you know, I think that there are number of factors that kind of play into it. Certainly, when we're talking about maternal death, one of the things that I think really needs to be highlighted is there's a high rate of morbidity and mortality specifically among black women. A lot of things that go into a high maternal death rate. First of all, we're having babies
Rep. Chris Collins, tagged with insider trading charge, will now suspend reelection campaign
"New York. Congressman. Chris Collins has decided to suspend his reelection campaign amid federal charges of insider trading the hills. Scott Wong says Collins had no choice, but to step. Besides Chris Collins seat could be sort of decider of which party controls. Congress and. Specifically the house, in November and I think that was something that was weighing on Collins himself Collins who. Represents western New York maintains his innocence on the insider
Should Dale Murphy be in the hall of fame?
"Straight. Talk brought to you by straight talk wireless, best phones, best networks, no contracts. So I'll said, so the guest we're efforting is right Thompson, who has a phenomenal piece in ESPN the magazine this week about Dale Murphy and how there's this whole generation, particularly in the southeast who believes domer- for should be in the hall of fame. The baseball hall of fame induction ceremony is Sunday. It'll be Jack Morris, Alan Trammell Vladimir Guerrero who mentioned earlier who would be wiffle ball player. Jim Thome who'd had a can o Jim Thome e who should be on everyone's all time. Looks like you should be on your softball league team Griffin, rip Chipper Jones. And Trevor Hoffman. And we're in the funny Marty when you get to certain age, it's like the guys you watch their entire career another. Yeah, it makes me feel really old. Like what those guys are going in. The hall of fame, right? Trevor Hoffman was the I was he liked the first real closer. I guess maybe Dennis Eckersley might have been the first real closer, but Hoffman was at the guy that I remember that came in and just therm nothing but smoke. Yeah, and but then like got crafty and he's of the group. He's probably the most is numbers are crazy, but of the group. He's the one that people seem to have the most reservations about, but he was there man like there was who else were the lease? Myth lease myth hall of fame, John rocker, John rocker. John rocker lasted a second, wasn't he closer though? He was starter was who's closer goose Gossage hit Googlers. Goose was the first goose was the first one of my life that was just was like just came. Just came in throwing smoke and. Yeah, but those closers were the best, but then but then you had the guys that were like great and then weren't so great. Like Bruce, Bruce suitor closer, Billy Wagner. Billy Wagner was the man son? Yeah, Billy Wagner grew up near me. He's from tazewell Virginia. Went to Fareham college. The little teeny, tiny Fareham college, of course, Moran Rivera, but goose was the one hour reduces the one that came along and I thought and then other ones, though there's some other ones that are scaping me right now that. When unique personalities when we look like maybe not kids. But as we were getting on towards high school college, they were some guys, I'll think of it as we go. I'm still working on joslin. Trying to think. Francisco rodriguez. I mean lease myth, I love Lee Smith lease. Myth is a really good call man. He's tall. Yeah, right. Eckersley was the guy probably though. Yeah, see. I'm so old armor when he was was a decent starter, but. Why didn't he? Yeah, you break. I want to Braise about small malts basically two different careers, which is wise in the hall of fame so. So bring up del Murphy because of the peace right Thompson road and full disclosure, I'm sitting in my office right now with a framed portrait of del Murphy, like standing in front of the American flag, holding his golden glove. And so, yeah, if you grew up in the part of the world we did and this is the super station era. And I, I knew so much about the cubs and the Braves, both because you watch them on television every day. You watch cubs in the morning. Watch brazen night. I went to a cubs cubs Braves game one time with the church youth groups that with girl, and I thought she would be impressed at my overwhelming knowledge of both teams and all scare. I mean, because if you watch both of those teams every single day all summer long, you know, every summer of youth it became will you know when Rafael Ramirez the plate and I'm going well, you know, he really struggles on so. And so or about Bob Horner. Yeah. Bob Horner, Jeff, Treadway Jeff Treadway. Wow. Cam Zane Smith?.
Ex-N.Y. state university official found guilty of bid-rigging
"The former head of suny polytechnic college mastermind of the governor's upstate economic development programs guilty of bid rigging when he helped steer lucrative contracts for projects to favor developers the decision comes after just over a day of deliberations three upstate developers were also found guilty of participating blair horner with the reform organization new york public interest research group says it's another in an unbelievable series of scandals that have rocked the state capital i think it underscores serious problems in the way that the government gives out state contracts warner says it's stunning that governor cuomo and the legislature have not responded by changing the laws to prevent similar corruption in the future a candidate who lost the democratic primary in new york's fourteenth congressional district is still on the ballot for the november general election representative joe crowley remains the nominee of the working families party despite losing the democratic nomination in his queens and bronx district last month john conklin of the new york state board of elections says there's only three ways for crowley to get off the ballot line it's deaths disqualification or a declaration the declaration period though during which crowley could have declined the workings family party nomination pass back in april a working family spokesperson said the party suggested that crowley leave the race by running for another office that he'd be likely to lose according to the spokesman the practices legal but crowley refused the offer tweeting that he considered that fraud do expect sunshine today highs near eighty seven degrees tonight mostly clear lows around sixty nine and a nice weekend mostly sunny tomorrow saturday warmer highs near ninety with a slight chance of showers and thunderstorms on.
Describing the Sparkle of Stars in the Sky
"And we've been talking about why stars, twinkle, but did she know there's another word for twinkle, what is it? Jonty scintillating Shon scintillating scintillating is a twinkly sparkly word and it rarely describes what the SaaS do. His scintillating scintillating say it with us sin, sin till till a sham, shin. He came collation into lay. I like the sound of that word. It's all sparkly. So when you look up into the sky, you can see those beautiful twinkly scintillating stars shining back at you. Just lent a new word.
Scientists are slaughtering radio-tracked hornets to save the bees
"In the mediterranean the eu pens to deal with the problem by creating migrant centers in north africa which would process people before they attempt dangerous voyage the now the french president emmanuel macron says the plan won't work unless it is led by countries in the region mr macron is currently in nigeria from where correspondent miami jones reports president mccoll conceded that europe would be dealing with the issue of migration from africa for decades he believes that collaboration with african countries will be essential to finding a solution to the problem of migrants dying on their way to europe in june the european union agreed to set a processing centres for migrants in north africa he said that many african countries were worried about creating a pool factor for migrants if these centers was setup in can't fly just some african governments designed to organize it i mean the europe and debut we should design fossils first so in terms of migration for me is a top priority is now note to allow people to take crazy risks to join europe and that's why i do believe we have to work with boulder states of the mediterranean sea but no african country has so far agreed to host the centers president mccall said europe will enforce its external boredom was working with allies to stabilize the situation in libya to prevent smugglers from taking migrants and perilous journeys across the mediterranean but fundamentally he says the problem of migration is one of unplanned population growth on the continent it's a sentiment which has drawn him criticism in the past with cell accusing him of reiterating colonial rhetoric his message on the need to respect the sovereignty of african countries during his trip to nigeria may well be a response to those comments miami jen's here in the u k honeybees numbers have been in sharp decline for twenty years mouse intisar found a way of destroying most deadly predator the asian hornet by tracking them back to their nests so intas think they will help turn the tables on hornets and give the honeybee a fighting chance to tell us what all the buzz about she only dovey reports researchers at the university of exeter in southern england had valid tiny truck is that lead scientists to hornets nests the track is is radio signals that attached to a hornet's body by a sewing thread and why as little as their point two grams powered by tiny bat trae the signal identifies the location of the insect colony and allow scientists to exterminate the whole hive asian hornets report to france in two thousand and four and have been invading neighboring countries ever since the asian horner is one of the biggest let's honeybees scientists say they have like attack helicopters outside beehives and grab them by the wing dismembering them before they carried back to the hornets nests to be fed to larvae shivani devon now how would you prepare to play a key international sports match the weekend if there's imbaba in rugby team by sleeping in the streets in a row of a will they deemed substandard hotel accommodation now that union hosts affi back saying the hotel was more than acceptable and criticizing there's imbaba liens so what's going on a question for nick cavill from african sports desk thing that happens quite frequently and african sport when visiting team arrives them and to be put into a hotel quite frequently in order to try and get a bit of one up manship and maybe the other team suffered little bit the the hosts will make sure that the hotels not quite as good as it probably could be i think that's what's happened here is that the zimbabwe team up in i went to a hotel and then in the evening complained because one of the rooms was one of the ball through gms look too shabby and indeed i've seen a photo of it and is not in the best of states some tiles hanging off in it the great they were unhappy there wasn't a swimming pool and also that the internet was very slow they demanded that they be moved by this time it was you know midnights the chance of being very slim so the rugby union did in the end was stepping upon the middle tentative hotel only after the zimbebweans decided to do a protest i think is the best way we can say it is they said okay well if this hotel is not good enough we'll go but sleep on the streets but the.
Disney Ups Bid to $71.3B for Fox Entertainment Assets
"You back out to the freeways less than two minutes from now it's nine twenty three disney is upping its bid for fox's movie studio which is entering a surprise competing offer from comcast disney had originally bid about fifty two billion dollars for much of twentieth century fox in december but comcast later offered about sixty five billion disney's coming back with a seventy one billion dollar offer state wildlife officials have started a criminal investigation into the death of a great white shark found on a beach south of the san jose area experts say the young male shark appeared healthy except for gashes and scars state officials say they're starting a criminal investigation based on results of a neck roxy those results weren't released great whites are a protected species under both state and federal law the latest jurassic world movie is about to open it's a fantasy but could it possibly happen could scientists make real dinosaurs dr jack horner says not only could it happen it's getting close to happening he's a paleontologist and researcher at chapman university and he's been a technical advisor for the jurassic park films dr horner says they're making the most progress with birds especially with chickens change the head we can get teeth we can change the arms and hands or the wings to arms and hands but the tail we're having some real difficulty with and that may take some actual more serious genetic engineering and if that's the case then it could be you know we could be six or seven years out that if you were hoping for a giant t rex you'll be disappointed the dino chicken will be the size of you guessed it chicken and a missing hiker who was found dead in alaska was apparently mall to death by a bear anchorage police say they think the bear was the same one that attacked one member of the search party that was looking for the hiker they say it appeared the bear had been protecting the hikers body when the searcher was attacked searcher had serious injuries but is expected to survive this week's townhall meeting to discuss brown water coming out of taps in compton may have been rigged we'll have that story for you coming up at the bottom of the hour at nine thirty but right now at nine twenty five traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives and here's chuck route crashing dora on the ten eastbound the grand avenue that clear from the carpool lane i'm still seeing pockets of slowing leaving irwindale avenue out into glendora now that record love morada five northbound at valley view that is only offer but it is an injury wreck but it's not affecting the line east la five northbound at the ten san bernardino freeway watch for that stalled big rig that's blocking the right two.
Should Blue Bell change name of The Great Divide ice cream?
"The first jurassic park movie came out in one thousand nine hundred three centered on scientists who brought dinosaurs back to life by extracting their fossilized dna taken from the blood of ancient insects who fed on the dinosaurs what turns out in real life dna doesn't hold up very well over millions of years so the possibility of creating a real jurassic park seemed remote but twenty five years later with the latest jurassic world movie coincidence coincidence coming out this weekend it turns out scientists might have learned a finger to about recreating dinosaurs so the key to the rive victim might align the dna of chickens since birds are the closest living relatives to dinosaurs dr jack horner paleontologist inspiration behind the lead character the original jurassic park in fact he.
"horner" Discussed on The Radiant Health Show
"Taste this sydney live back to heart but delivers the welcome to the radio health show with dr christine horner your source of information that will help you to achieve extraordinary health and longevity where each week we bring you a fascinating interview with the leader in natural health from practitioners and ancient system edison's such as traditional chinese medicine than your data to experts and the latest frontiers of complementary and alternative medicine you'll be entertained mesmerized by my guests while learning many tips on how you can leach enjoy an extraordinary state of health simply and actually i'm your host dr christine horner a former surgeon now an expert in natural health and the author of the award winning books waking the warrior goddess dr christine homeowners program to protect against and fight breast cancer and my most recent book is radiant health ageless beauty a thirty eight program for extrordinary health beauty and longevity i guess today is dr georgia potatoes and actually interview with her last week kind of specifically talking about some of the various different diseases you my get from kissing other people and today we're gonna talk about some of the nutraceutical that she recommends kind of for overall health but she's a pharmacist and got her phd in a pharmacy and is also an expert in nutraceutical so we can kind of think of her as a pharmacist in nutraceutical meets pharmacy tickles integration expert she got her degree and doctorates and pharmacy degree in massachusetts college of pharmacy and help sciences in boston's currently working on her mba she is the owner in ceo of healthy solutions pharmacy consulting and she's deliver hundreds of lectures around the world on nutraceutical pharmaceutical integration in managed care so dr fan of thank you so much for being back.
"horner" Discussed on Highly Questionable
"Oh more advice let's right look at this remember this this is always good this is a good way but wait a minute if we're just going to go down a rabbit hole of amazing baseball fights can you guys find me on google or youtube a shirtless ed whitson i would like to play that on the screen shirtless ed whitson please call that up so that i can show that to the audience this is when brawls were brawls that's past parades and that the hair is that bob horner looking all the hair all just bear thrown there's dick per se in the background trying to fix something shirtless filled with eerie mind that mustache hair oh and then everybody would said markelle folks have a breakthrough last night all right my father pronounces that naming away that's tricky if folks is the player we think he's going to be fifteen years of that accent saying that name that way is going to be dangerous on television so last night they win by a bunch of points and he has his triple double he has his moment in the nba that all of us were expecting for a while and while it might not be a breakthrough in any sort of mental i do think that this is something that should be celebrated because watching this short circuit and public was no fun seeing that kind of boehner ability yeah i mean i do think it is a break for some sort of mental way like getting a triple double the youngest player ever to get a triple double is something that he can hang his hat on and if we believe all the reports that his issues were mental so getting some momentum and mentally on the right track i can help him going forward so i'm excited for.
"horner" Discussed on WRVA
"The dax scramble could lose basketball they've read out to will begin he channel fear is boot horner at the top of the art good healthy hair glenn on the field sean woods shooting that loose hall loudly giving it to his team made wait force now the five point lead i thought we would get a job oil that lukin's ahead fake passes onto guy cubit is deployed our this opening half number two for judi judicial battle here's a halsall now feeding to get a guy guy squeezes off the threeyear the answers little we've all the other saw i was a big time jumper to the left side for kyle stepped into that travellers needed to play hit list eight of their last nine shots before that date on the grill drive the ball is bobble turmoil with my sorry and stop the wilpected will that he gets the screen from sorry now goes the other branch of back to the top of the art each of the left wing hi sean woods surchi sean woods rather feeds without doubt blowing off of weight force turnovers a is the dc better taking care of the basketball oppositional evac the rigidity audrey utter checked back it up with a who replaced jack salt also and wind four wake forest childress back into the mix wine afflicting travelers now with 120 wanted to go with the combination of jerome wilkins punter paul and guy calls got it oba left wing beach the guy guy with a head fake or to sit around lord opposite link right now it's on her feet he it's a guy not a wilted wilkens going to squeeze went off 3pointer but this is a short he take wait forced stuff on their dare but thumbs up empty two senior now too for twelve over the course of the season for long range will we can on the other end of things nava that each trash is a left wing would speaks the passion sizes have been a black hole picks up a sprinkle mitchell drift to the top of the.
"horner" Discussed on The Nerdist
"Bill unites he all the terry horner role and the only thing i want i i and my camera and out and it was just this logistical thing my right how how i'm going to pull this off okay what do i need this is easy 'cause i can do this in my backyard i've got these guys running down the wash that can do that and just the kind of the logistical practice and learning that went into that was everything what what do i need that i don't have any in a motel room i have to have a motel room so we're riding my bike up it's not there anymore the tour down and build a new one in universal city motel right but lancker shimin tara as i how much is a room i think he was one hundred dollars allow okay kyw pay kashmir paycheck on news i i think it was cash and so i had a hundred box i was like how far advanced do i need to tell you you've done in new york and and i think i knew i mean you think that was is looking at me like no seventeen so that i had to go then then the next step is that right woo what day can i get everybody together because that that's really the thing that's still the thing making a movie schedule that is still the thing like we can't have her on that day she's got another movie or she's on with her family i mean it just did not get any easier sauce learning really fast was like calling all right so the cast of 10 go make ten phone sales on tuesday december six can you at seven o'clock in you be at the universe was and finally found that date that worked for everyone which was a school night car sucked or like dr of course for the weekends are i think maybe if we sharma school i think rates were lower as well from the motel so i could keep the budget down as well so that was another factor and got everybody.
"horner" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I think that a lot of that impression that you talk about of him being atop back up i think still comes from next season the ad which shipped kelly a few years ago because he hasn't done much since then you know what i mean well obviously but that even dumb degree from gregor should be rural ho and i'm not i don't want to dismiss twenty you're like that i could no i get it i it's just i think you've nick fools were closer to that than he is the one i think he is rj i think he would be starting somewhere else right now you know what i mean to me the league has issued the referendum on nichols and he's a backup a great let me ask you to question i've i prepare people with ms record in the answer if you're warning host fan or ruutel for the growth would you rather nikko stark this week or brian heuer uh i i watch hoyer here for a year in houston rj i probably take my chances with folz just 'cause i my year that i watch horner here included a playoff game where he turned the ball over fivetimes against the kansas city chiefs prion hoyer's not good against good teams he's i would take my chances with folz that he would that you'd get a performance closer to to the 27 into that we talked about and and just leave hoyer on the bench interbred have an interesting point where king the idea that the forty honors back to them when baffert didn't star for them shooters five gold foyer started wound battered started and five gamed that give me two lopsided yup independent games bathour didn't start the forty nine was only by more than a few goal and one game he up no we need them competent quarterbacking and let's call cold water competent in this team was very competitive they were they were to see what would do in our friends out in your neighborhood they're put on them for a win total next year going into.
"horner" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"That was you know was me when i was excited about new highs those pistol of course your finest moment was late in the game that was you what are you talking about charged bernie was late in the game i love the way you try and pin that on me plenty want to listens to the show i know there's only one thousand veteral broadcaster whatever herp on the air and it's not merely not even target was late in the game that'll how can i boop in talk at the same time so great god that so funny i can't burp in talk at the same time a net two people that was so impressive that you were even ridiculous all right and falsely accused coming up next john i've i you know i i have this thing called synergy gino the synergies sports terry other great it's great so you'd you'd horner beyond their your lakers no no no i actually went on there and i watched a bunch of saturday night's game okay and i've reached a sort of a very technical conclusion about alonzo shot and how to fix it oh no yeah i figured out how to try and fix twelve on saturday he's figured out how to fix lonzo shot he's fine there's something he's doing that if he changes it the shot will start falling more often and you're going to just have to trust me yet that's not happening because i wanted to explain it i've whereas i have film room at my house yeah that's what i looked at all this uh mason ireland fix let's go to do sometimes when you watch lakers tried to shoot uh they're they're a terrible terrible shooting team.
"horner" Discussed on Your Mom's House
"This guy who wanna be haunted never been alive access to marijuana too good we listen to make sure way too long can get your early horner the normal but it's been under all take about ten twelve before you wanna have your sexual farm winterpark now whatever you dear mastered so have a heart attack go to the hospital this 100yard stare that's permanently and as there's definitely plans and plots on the guy behind him of people to take out him and his benadryl in his closet though he does have a nice rise at behind followed plugged gasratov allude a laughing or whatever it so it's him do i wanna fuck him or well ladies though lay down home was orum through a thug com then frank approached man free regularly bought me his something we all know come over today tried out for that man yeah i mean there few grace you know we gotta zero style different styles you know i wish we could do is like a dating game well we can match the perfect homeless person with either of these gentlemen now it's good to answer questions me now silly find so what we are i mean we could add a third how about the fact me and my ass no let's keep it to the homeless raped by gay ghost i think we it's good to keep it to the two guys in string sentences together but who are you going for over his eyes are good it's really good because it their growth alarming individuals and terrifying in different ways see i think a lot of people.
"horner" Discussed on WDRC
"The live to cook in this this this is associated with a lack of magnesium in the body simply a lack of magnesium bully kill so it nothing to really met the round with now what happened to that the magnesium in your body in order for the calcium to be absorbed also it's it's a necessary thing in order to get the first component which is calcium that's right they work in combination with each other now there's many more practical applications of this back formula and he hurt like i said you drink it though get into your the one of the first thing we hear that horner clinic it for people who are under a lot of drought and they can't sleep well at night it works better than anything i've ever deeper people that have troubled bleep it repeatedly because it relax you're actually feel the real bacon act you drink the deputy drink a couple of the kalmyk formula hm interesting now the other thing that it really really good for our people who are in pain okay i have a whole bunch of dr to tell you in case of people actually taking helm formula and getting rid of pain and this is included arthritictype pain fiber my joe what to the form of arthritis back pain muscle migraine headaches there's a whole category of very that liked the gut with you while this fantastic some of those things that you name seemed to be aidsrelated or or things that we experience as we grow older is there link there there's a visit there i'd like to discuss what happened to that what a person has a magnesium deficient the been magnesium they don't absorb.
"horner" Discussed on WDRC
"Thing we hear that horner clinic if her people who are under a lot of trad and they can't sleep well at night it works better than anything i've ever thing for people that have troubled it repeatedly because it relaxes your ride any act wait till the relaxation after you drink the app you drink a cup of the kalmyk formula hm interesting now the other thing that it's really really good for our people who are in pain okay i have a whole bunch of dr to tell you and case studies of people actually taking the calmac formula and getting rid of pan and this is included arthritictype pain fibromyalgia which is a form of arthritis back pain muscle spasms migraine headaches there's a whole category of very that like to discuss with you well that's fantastic some of those things that you name seemed to be agerelated or or things that we experience as we grow older is there a link there there's a vicious circle that i'd like to discuss what happens is that when a person has a magnesium deficient these been magnesium they don't absorb their foot dwell and so they go into what we call mel absorption vendrell way which millions and millions of americans have and at that like you fill thicker now that youth you might be over time just during the billboard hired entire and tired um and that that the real gradual overtime pay but they had a lot of people justify that they're getting alden they just need more breath or whatever right that's what i would think that what happens is that when when you get left absorption you actually increase the deficient the in your of of magnesium when that and that starts to take the calcium out of the bombed marketing vonleh you start getting over a walk because it also reduces the.
"horner" Discussed on WEEI
"The graphic is we ran you have your surviving lycra cybercriminals super horner could make any smaller i think everybody knows the brady's on kirke okay and that's kind of like coq this morning on the radio on the roofs of dismissing the other area at this time of year old climatic i care more about cherry than you do when i go the himalayas with michelle estill and we're going to eat raw foods can be say let me time or a myself i care yeah what are you doing did you see your mouth to that oh she died your dad that as i tape mess up manchester and the battle when you hear jerry york castle the jewelry for newspaper yeah i did there was on the show before you a curt cows michelle kassim i'm a dime we had something the asked where i can die for charity of how it do it several think i'm really nice 'but can the i'm going to pull out it'll chest not baseball i love basketball i like soccer i like swimming giant republic i don't even know why this is funny stuff that good an imitation.
"horner" Discussed on KKAT
"On wall on more more now judge merrick dang she coming up you're you're horner by watch you're talking about diane jenner yes saw all oval those unaccountable just see how he still as saying the president's over and paris so he will probably get asked about it today's one of those joint news conferences where they get your questions each most likely i would think and then uh that's about noon today so we'll see what he says tom sober re we don't think for the president knew about the meeting until a couple of israel we believe the auto no that's what he says bell more like question of debris blair but i just don't know what do i believe it just unofficially no should there's no way donald trump whatever lie okay now what are joining us thank you knew what they think they because he talked go out later on it he talked about it laid on that basis monday i have some great news about hillary's crookedness walls and exactly iras actually i that news it was a that was on the seventh of june up in westchester as was on tuesday he had just one some primaries and he made a speech in between when the email was sand and when they had the meeting he said big speech the on monday but hillary and so people are trying to connect that now as tony says on the internet to that the fact that he knew maniac he actually never made the speech by the way the orlando shooting happened in between but that's what he said on the seventh the june last year while macos there was no over measure and a little space to give ride but the but the made a speech that following monday about terror about terrorism and what have you because of the orlando shooting now again we know about this meeting honors news emails because somebody in administration led to the new york times was at riot that's right either the.
"horner" Discussed on WEEI
"You while he was innocent of four hours the guy's dad hold was coming you know i'd rather you pull the frigate wisdom i i can't do it well unfair i'll be i have shows upper so joe joe he's looking around joey had assignments for the need is a notion here's here's the funny thing he thinks he's king paid lewis zia's they inter inter alia of louisville oh you're always going to learn the workforce you're right i heard he's a you're bosses that check it yeah you it'll come your mail experience exact mirian's is that as your payment here's what you don't want to do now you know what you wanna do now let's go from there that's move along so it's perfect i don't see sam in here when sam covenant who could point yeah you guilty me to ask what kind of live expediency are guaranteed mike it'll make it for five days nonwar are are you asked me when like what what is it that bring your kid to work day with no joke the other day to mike you don't want any part of this thirty four hours his google off the wall now you're you're silliman the horner and you give him an ipad no effort for the middle of a conversation with de democrats good on the radio you know but it's no no it can't they can't have they shouldn't be any and making trades will he would break his heart that's what they would break his heart 'cause they'd be football trades dare you'll be like a better than odell for each week before we can avoid all over the place we just cannot ignore the fact that his parents came in and gave us all this information on formation are we discussing northest of those good in the house i i actually what are we call against it the whole light is the whole italian respecting what do i call what we call your your folks are using your hands now because as the covered his hair you mentioned in an island nodded graf lopate losers big look big big bigler said that he made a didn't realize it was a huge mistake at the time obviously he was still working on this parrots stuff you know he went away to aruba and he left lieu alone at home in ice score with your.
"horner" Discussed on KOMO
"News i'm paul jackson over police officer shot and killed a man saturday afternoon during an alleged attempted carjacking police say the incident began when officers responded to the four hundred block of 23 rd street south these to investigate a report of an armed man inside a home by police accounts the man fled then tried to his way inside an occupied vehicle police say officer engage the man firing his weapon the suspect who died fifthseed has not been identified no one else was injured two opposite of events took place in seattle said saturday an anti sharia march and a pro muslim assembly to groups are rallying a contentious quit some say if antimuslim and promotes hate speech and another group supporting muslims for america is organizing seattle march against sharia the that was supposed to be held in portland but the mayor got organizers to cancel it following the delhi stabbing are light rail train meanwhile seattle stands with their muslim neighbours or gather at occidental square suzanne horner said at the conclusion of the events there was trouble here's comost jeff pohjola was when the crowds dispersed that the violence broke out the scuffle between anarchists and protesters later police pepper spraying the combatants and making three arrests in a separate incident a protester was allegedly attacked with a knife our to hold my phone out and go luke folks this is what the left is like in the united states of america and about the home i would go that knife came out he's okay his alleged attacker is still on the run jeff pohjola komo news.