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Wine And Cheese Could Help Prevent Cognitive Decline
"On while you're eating pet set while you're watching PET set, a new study finds wine and cheese help reduce cognitive decline more from CBS News correspondent Stephan Kaufman. A study from Iowa State University. Thanks consuming a daily glass of red wine is linked to improve cognitive function. There are Holly feels these Polly females are anti inflammatory researcher Aria. Will it says Jesus Beneficial is well, she's has When the lake acid can facilitate weight loss less information. It allows more blood to travel to the frontal lobe. That coverage is flexible thinking. Stephan Kaufman, CBS News Distribution of Madonna's
Trump participates in the annual turkey pardon
"Today. The white house observed the longstanding holiday tradition president trump and first lady. Melania trump in the white house rose garden hosting the annual turkey pardoning ceremony sparing the lives of not one but two turkeys. We're here today. To continue a beloved annual tradition the official presidential pardon of very very fortunate turkey. Corn received an official presidential. Pardon in cobb will serve as an alternate both turkeys will spend the rest of their lives on a farm at iowa state university in washington. John decker fox news
"iowa state university" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Our daughter to leave fact available now on Apple podcast. But costly unemployment scam involving prison inmates has been uncovered in California, Sacramento County district Attorney and Marie Schubert says at least 35,000 unemployment claims were filed on behalf of prison inmates. From March through August. Some of California's most infamous prisoners, including Scott Peterson and Yosemite Killer Cary Stayner reportedly received benefits. Schubert says the scheme cost the state at least $140 million, according to a law enforcement task force. Most cases involved prepaid debit cards sent two addresses on the forms with the money later deposited into inmates. Prison accounts, officials say California's failure to cross check claims with a list of prison inmates and the search of unemployment filings during the Corona virus pandemic health scammers exploit the system. Steve Rapoport Fox News that Sylvania and Nevada have certified their election results. Georgia continues its machine recount of the ballots into Wisconsin counties where they're counting again. Workers have found nearly 400 ballots that had been missed on election night. Republican controlled state Legislature and Pennsylvania will hold hearings on the 2020 election tomorrow. The Trump campaign says Witnesses will include people who signed affidavits claiming they witnessed election fraud. President Trump signaling he intends to continue his legal challenges. Today, the White House observed a longstanding holiday tradition. President Trump and First lady Melania Trump in the White House Rose Garden hosting the annual turkey pardoning ceremony, sparing the lives of not one but two turn. Keys. We're here today to continue a beloved annual tradition. The official presidential pardon of a very, very fortunate turkey. Corn received an official presidential pardon and Cobb will serve as an alternate. Both turkeys will spend the rest of their lives on a farm and Iowa State University in Washington. John Decker Fox News, Jack Callahan,.
"iowa state university" Discussed on The Maria Liberati Show
"Do you know how they go about picking these two lucky turkeys from what. I've heard the the national turkey federation chooses a different Turkey grower every year. So they decide ahead of time is going to come up with these two turkeys and these growers raise a flock of turkeys and then the national turkey federation comes in chooses to from that specially raised flock. So it's not just random turkeys. They know ahead of time so that they can start to accustomed turkeys to people and get them a little socialized scurry. That's great and you had told me this year. They're not coming to virginia tech. They're going to another university so it's tell me tell us again about how they do that how they choose universities or well i do know i. I'm pretty sure that these turkeys are from iowa this year so they are going to go back to iowa state university and stay there uh-huh yeah so that'd be cool typically. Don't go to the same place every year so they get to go somewhere different each time. We've just been lucky to do it for a good number of years. Yes that sounds like. A lot of fun mallory. Thanks so much for stopping by and telling us about this this program. The presidentially pardoned turkeys. And hope you have a great thanksgiving and and get to meet them. Also yes injuries. Also thank you. Thanks so much. Mallory take care. Thank you bye bye..
Trump participates in the annual turkey pardon
"Held the annual turkey pardon at the White House today. Corn I hereby grant you a full heart. President Trump exercising his pardon power during a Rose Garden event, granting the turkey name corn a full pardon The other turkey. Cobb will live to the turkeys this year were raised and Walcott, Iowa, expected to live out the rest of their days at Iowa State University. Mr.
Turkey pardons on the menu at White House ceremony, Washington DC
"President Trump issuing a presidential pardon for turkeys, corn and Cobb, sparing them from the Thanksgiving table at the annual White House ceremony today. After today's ceremony, these birds will retire under the care of skilled veterinarians. At Iowa State University of tremendous University. The president, wishing everyone a very healthy and happy Thanksgiving
Trump participates in the annual turkey pardon
"Issued a pardon today he pardon a turkey. The pardoned Turkey is named corn. Also, there was a turkey named Cobb present at the annual tradition by the president. He was not pardon, but he was spared. Turkeys were raised in Walcott, Iowa, by the chairman of the National Turkey Federation, and they will head back to Iowa State University. I
Turkey pardons on the menu at White House ceremony
"Well some holiday traditions have been up ended by the pandemic a Turkey pardon was still on the menu at the White House president trump issued a pardon today so lucky that is a lucky bird carrying on an annual White House thanksgiving tradition in the rose garden the two media turkeys were named in honor of their home state of Iowa corn and cop that's not too hard to remember is that the president acknowledged a soaring stock market independent in what's been a most unusual year we extend our eternal gratitude to the doctors nurses health care workers and scientists who have waged the battle corn was declared the national thanksgiving Turkey corn I hereby grant you a full part but both birds will retire to a new home on the campus of Iowa State University Jennifer king Washington
Trump participates in annual Thanksgiving turkey pardon
"Corn and cobb horn and cobb fire up the google earth. This are some prodigious birds there the pair of bull basbug balls doing it out for a thanksgiving pardon from president trump making their grand debut at a swanky washington dc. Monday wasn't the presidential suite. But i'll tell you what it's Quite the swanky digs broad breasted white turkeys from iowa were introduced at the willard intercontinental hotel. That's where they're staying ahead of todays pardoning ceremony at the white house rose garden voting now open for all of us to pick who will get plucked for the pardon and be named the official national thanksgiving turkeys now. Both birds were born on june second but corn is a little chunky chunkier actually weighing in at forty two pounds to cobb swell measly. Forty one pounds as i said. These are some big birds and according to one report that i pulled. Let's see this is a piece by tomorrow lapping now. The new york post differences don't end there. Cobb has a knack for solving puzzles munch on soybeans. Oh and also wants to tour. Dc monuments while porn is a college football fan and budding storm chaser. Who one day hopes to visit the iowa. State fair okay. The foul fortunate enough to receive the pardon will be announced at today's ceremony. Though neither will be on the dinner table for thanksgiving. Both birds will be shipped off to retirement at the iowa state. University's the animal science department. After the event now just acacia keeping track. The presentation of turkey to the white house began in nineteen forty seven. This is when president harry. Truman was in office. But it wasn't until nine thousand nine hundred. Eighty nine that the of pardoning the birds actually began with the proclamation signed by president. George h w bush now there have been some speculation over whether the tradition would continue on this year amid the pandemic but the event will proceed though with a smaller impersonal audience and social distancing measures this of course as a result of these spread the surge of a covid nineteen corncob do pointing out for print president. Trump's pardon
How Absentee Landowners Keep Farmers From Protecting Water And Soil
"Some of our biggest environmental problems like water, pollution and endangered wildlife caused by large scale farming, which means farmers are in a position to reduce environmental damage or at least mitigate it. Why don't they one reason? They often don't own much of the lands that they farm here's. NPR's Dan Charles Lisa Solti more loves nature. I reached her while she was visiting. The forests of northern Minnesota I can only describe it as healing. All the stress of our world, and said she just forget about it when you're in one of these beautiful old growth, for as she teaches ecology at Iowa State University, but when she moved to Iowa seventeen years ago, she struggled a little. She didn't have that same feeling standing in vast fields of corn. She wasn't hearing any birds or seeing many bugs all I can here are the leaves of the rustling corn around me and not one other. Biological Noise at all right. It's you know they call it the Green Desert and there is a lot of land like this this year. Corn and soybeans covered land. That's equal in size to all the East Coast States from New York to Georgia. But solti more says it doesn't have to be a green desert. She's been studying what she calls. Prairie Strips stretches of land, running through fields of corner soybeans. We're farmers of set-aside may be percent of the land for tall, stemmed grasses and wildflowers. It's a different world there. She says birds singing their bees buzzing. They were crickets chirping. There was stuff hopping around. These bits of prairie also protect soil and water capture carbon dioxide from the air. For this to happen. Though farmers have to be willing to give this land back to nature and many experts on farmland say it can make economic sense. One of them is Steve Brewer President of People's company in Des Moines Iowa who buys sells and manages farmland across the country. One of the first things that we do and we do this on every farm that we managed as we run, these profitability maps. His company creates a detailed map of the. The farm what they spend and what they earn on every acre, and they're finding consistently that some of that land loses money. It's amazing about ten to fifteen percent of all the acres in Iowa. aren't profitable. They're those hillsides with eroded soil spots where water collects in a big puddle after every rain. That is where they advise farmers to cut their losses may be bring back the prairie. Some farmers are doing this kinda thing most are not. And one reason the farm experts say is an under appreciated fact about America's farmland farmers only owned about half their land the rest of it. They rent year-by-year from a collection of landlords. Linda pro copy from Purdue University has studied those landowners. There are very diverse group of people much more diverse than farmers. Many are elderly retired farmers now renting the land to the next generation, some inherited it from grandparents. You have younger urban people who co owned a piece of land with cousins. Don't know anything about farming so when it comes to managing that Land Steve Brewer from People's company says it often plays out like this. Let's say somebody owns one hundred sixty acres. Thirty of those acres are lousy for growing crops, but they'll rent out. The whole thing is a landowner you want. Those thirty acres farmed because you're trying to get rental revenue on every acre that you can get, and the farmer will go along because he or she really wants one hundred thirty good acres. Sarah? Carlson longtime environmental advocate with the group. Practical farmers of Iowa gets annoyed by landowners who just want their rent check? We need to start calling landlord, slum lords and a lot of cases. They're just as guilty she says consider something else. Cover crops vegetation that farmers can plant in the off season to protect and enrich the soil. It's great for the environment and for your crops in the long run, but it costs money upfront, so tenant farmers who may not be there in the long run are reluctant to spend that money. Carson says some landlords do care enough that they'll spend the money to protect the Environment Bill. Does prairie strips pay for cover crops? But they're the exceptions. I mean even my mom wasn't that kind of landlord and I'm her daughter like I'm like what do you mean we're not going to do? Cover crops was wrong with you Steve. Brewer land. Brooker says he does see. Signs of things are changing. There's a new kind of landowner showing up people who didn't inherit the farmland, but decided to buy it. Some of them because they care about how foods produced and the environment, others are purely investors for them. The land is a financial asset, but they understand that this asset can't increase in value if they protected Dan Charles NPR
Hands-on curriculum teaches kids about mosquitoes
"For many people mosquitoes aren't just a nuisance. But for some young people in des, Moines Iowa. They've also become a source of fascination. They think a lot about well. What happens if this mosquito larva is in cold water, or if it's in really hot water, or what happens if this adult female mosquito can't find a shady spot to rest in, it's awesome. What kinds of questions emerge lyric? Bartholomeo is an entomologist at the University of Wisconsin Madison. In two, thousand sixteen. She began working with Catherine Bruna of Iowa State University to create a hands on curriculum about mosquito, biology and public health. They've used it in a summer camp an after school program. They even crafted lessons for us at home during the covid nineteen pandemic. The lesson spark kids, curiosity and get them thinking about topics such as how global warming effects, mosquitoes and spread of diseases such as the and malaria. The next generation of kids that are coming up are going to be the ones that are forced to face climate change really had on. So she says by encouraging kids critical thinking skills there, helping nurture tomorrow, scientists and problem solvers.
Heavenly Sources Confirm Jesus Christ Will Transfer To Iowa State University After Getting Grades Up
"Journalistic enterprises like the ones. You just heard after this message from our sponsors who may or may not actually have something useful to settle you. There's only one way to find out our top story. Today comes from the heavens as a lesion authorities are reporting that Jesus Christ will be transferring to Iowa State University in the fall after getting his grades up. The once academically troubled son of God seems to have finally been able to rehabilitate his image and get his schoolwork up to snuff over the last year at Western Iowa Tech Community College. And he's now ready to move onto the next chapter of his education. We're joined by. Opr's afterlife correspondent thaddeus Lawson to unpack the big news. Hi Leslie good to be here that is. This has been a long journey full of ups and downs for the son of God trying to make the grades and to be Frank. Fixing some behavioral problems. So he could get into a state or private school right after graduating. Saint Peter's high school with a dismal one point three grade point average. A lackluster five eighty. Sat score and a disorderly conduct arrest drunkenly urinating on the streets of gold by his house. He couldn't get accepted into any of his preferred universities. That's what his father started. Pressuring him to enroll in community college to get back on track. That wasn't a quick fix. His father was hoping for either correct. I mean he failed the winter semester at tech last year because he blew off his business administration final to play call of duty right and then he started this spring semester. This year getting kicked out of his welding class when he welded several pipes into a satanic pentagram not to mention his outright refusal to stand his dyslexia medication. So most didn't think you'd get to this point so that was the catalyst well my sources. Tell me that the son of God did a lot of small things like making sure to always sit in the front row and show up to class with a pencil but the real wakeup call for him came in February when his best. Buddy nate overdosed on method an epic. Kager our Lord and Savior through. Yeah after he found nate lifeless in a ditch by the house Christ shared with six other roommates. He told those closest to him that he needed to sober up and stop wasting away life. The Lord finally sobering up is definitely a step in the right direction. A what was his final. Gpa and greats like for this semester although we got to ds and biology and computer science he did manage to get an a minus a nutrition and B. Minus in the history of rock and roll which pulled his GPA up to a two point eight. That's plenty good for Iowa state and what's The reaction from the Heavens God Almighty and all his heavenly hosts are simply ecstatic. They're all just happy. That Jesus Christ and his father are taking an early to Iowa state to purchase some. Isu Swag the bookstore. Instead of burying the son of God with a needle coming out of his arm I can't help but ask and no offense to Iowa state but why them and not more storied private school. I mean this is the son of God. We're talking about wouldn't have brown taken him as a legacy student now. It's my understanding that Jesus wanted to create his own path and had zero interest in following his father's footsteps by going to Brown plus he liked the reasonable out of state tuition Iowa state and their study abroad option in Australia and as an aspiring radio. Dj He was impressed with Iowa State's communications program and ability to get involved early in the department student. Run radio station. Well of Christ is out there. Listening
As the coronavirus epidemic grows, China prepares to cut tariffs
"We will begin with an update and the trade war with China which has perhaps begun the official cooling off period China's government announced that it will reduce tariffs on more than seventeen hundred US products these cuts will kick in a week from tomorrow and that's the same day American tariffs on some Chinese products are said to be reduced as well now there was a time when this would be just an incremental step in the phase one deal we might even noted in passing and get on to other things but context is key here as market place's Kimberly Adams reports this move comes as China is grappling with the continuing fallout from the corona virus the human cost of the outbreak is growing hundreds dead and tens of thousand sick when down John teaches economics at Iowa State University he says at the risk of that China's economy might not grow as fast this year has markets questioning whether the virus will specifically impact China's ability to implement the US China face one deal he said that's part of the reason China is reducing tariffs this dab brings some the certainty and shows China's willingness to continue on Kerry outs the promises in the face one deal the White House has expressed concern China might need to delay some parts of the deal like promised purchases of US agricultural products Joshua Meltzer is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution he says those purchases had people scratching their heads even before the virus outbreak effective later the deal requires Chanda double purchases and it's not clear how this is going to be done not just because there may not be enough market demand in China but also because U. S. farmers need to ramp up production Matt slaughter is dean of the tuck school of business at Dartmouth that depends on not just the investments they make in their seed and fertilizer all those things but the vagaries of the weather slaughter says whether China can stay on track with the phase one deal objectives will depend on just how bad the human and economic costs of the coronavirus turn out to be in Washington I'm Kimberly Adams for
China Will Cut Tariffs In Half On $75 Billion Of U.S. Products
"We will begin with an update in the trade war war with China which has perhaps begun the official cooling off period China's government announced that it will reduce tariffs on more than seventeen hundred US products these cuts cuts will kick in a week from tomorrow. And that's the same day. American tariffs on some Chinese products are set to be reduced as well now. There was a time when this would be just just an incremental step in the phase one deal we might even noted in passing and get onto other things but context is key. Here as marketplace's Kimberly Adams reports this move comes. As China is grappling with the continuing fallout from the corona virus. The human cost of the outbreak is growing hundreds dead and tens of thousands sick when Don John Teaches economics at Iowa State University. He says the risk that China's economy might not grow as fast. This year has has markets questioning whether the virus will specifically impact China's ability to implement the US China face. One deal he said. That's part of the reason. China is reducing tariffs the stat. Bring some to certainty and shows China's willingness to continue to carry out the promises in in the face when deal the White House has expressed concern. China need to delay some parts of the deal like promised purchases of US agricultural products Joshua Meltzer services senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. He says those purchases had people scratching their heads even before the virus outbreak effectively. The deal required under under double purchases. And it's not clear how this is going to be done not just because there may not be enough market demand in China but also because us US farmers need to ramp up production. Matt slaughter is Dean of the Tuck School of business at Dartmouth that depends on just the investments they make in their seed and fertilizer closings. But the vagaries of the weather slaughter says whether China can stay on track with the phase one deal objectives will depend on just how bad the human and economic economic costs of the corona virus. TURN OUT TO BE IN WASHINGTON. I'm Kimberly Adams for marketplace.
Same-sex couples applying for a mortgage face higher rejection rate
"A new study finds that same sex couples were rejected for mortgage. Seventy five percent more often than heterosexual couples were in the years leading up to legalization of same sex marriage Iowa State University associate professor while soon. Co-authored the study he told Casey TV in Des Moines, but he did study legitimate reasons that lenders could turn down on risky application study, analyzed twenty five years of national mortgage data ending in twenty fifteen year the supreme court legalized same sex
The Heat is On For Painted Turtles
"It looks like Google is bad news for painted. Turtles Yale think. That's hurdles do better in warmer, weather aren't bay cold blooded reptile, justly are the trouble who's in about keeping their bodies warm. This about the sex of their offspring. Confused on painted turtles lay their eggs in this like many reptiles species the sex of their own has young is determined by the ambient temperature of their nests coonass produce more male babies and warmness more females the warmer. The climate the fewer male babies, that's right, mother turtles have some control over the situation. They can shift their nesting dates up to ten days to balance their offspring sex ratio. But researchers from Iowa State University found that not even ten days of wiggle room are enough to offset the effects of climate change Certa temperature change. Are we talking about according to the researchers temperature rise of about two degrees Fahrenheit could trigger all female nece? Unfortunately, average global temperatures projected to rise by seven to ten degrees in the next one hundred years, man. And I thought my dating prospects for bad turtles may find. As to dodge all female future that could leave their eggs and cooler soil for a while the only sure waitress revive is by volving eggs with less heat sensitivity. Could they evolve new heat sensitivity in only one hundred years? So I don't think so but some small populations and colder geographic areas might survive long enough or human intervention might help. There is some hope left for painted turtles this moment of science comes from Indiana University on the web at a moment of science dot org. I'm Don glass and Cassandra.
"iowa state university" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show
"In our connected world. With your host, you smell it. Hello. Welcome back to Peggy Smedley show. My final yesterday's regular on the show. He conducts research in the field of human infrastructure interaction. And he just recently welcomed a new bundle of joy into his family. Please welcome. Joshua 'push assistant, professor of agriculture and biosystems engineering at Iowa State University. Josh, congratulations on the new addition to your family. Are you getting any sleep? Well, first of all, let me say, thanks. It's good to be with you. And as a matter of fact on very pleased to report that he did sleep for hours last night in a row, and we're very excited about that. Well, that's wonderful. Congratulations exciting. Well, I'm glad that you're able to make it on the show. We were we were excited that you're able to do it. So thank you for that. So let's talk about some exciting things that are happening in the space. You know, there are lots of exciting things happening in machine learning in the supply chain today in AI, and I know, you know, a lot about it. What do you think what? Going on. What are some of the biggest drivers? So there's a lot of great drivers. I think probably the important thing before we get into drill down into. You know, what we're looking at there as to really a lot of people say and machine learning kind of in the same sentence. But there is actually a pretty neat distinction between the two so when we're talking about a I think we're looking at more strategic things, and that's really our -bility to have computers act like people or do things that people do at the present time. So that's like acquiring applying knowledge, but then on the other hand you machine learning, which tend to think is more tactical. So that's really the acquisition of knowledge skills and abilities things that are focused on tasks. So when we look at the really the crux of your question is what are the biggest drivers are not. So when we're we're looking at AI, we're looking at prove decision making, and then that we we have automation. But I think you know, that gets talked about a lot. I think an exciting area that's being driven. Now is is augmente Shen. So how can we do things different and better? Okay..
Champion golfer found dead at golf course; man charged with murder
"Now, we've drifter a vagrant who apparently is stabbed to death a championship golfer in Ames Iowa. She was a top amateur golfer from Spain who was a student at Iowa State University. Her name is Celia Berquin. I think it's a Raza Minna. And it looks like Colin Daniel Richards, who's been charged with her murder. She was playing a round of golf alone in the morning. Near her university campus in central Iowa. And apparently, the vagrant this guy came upon her and just decided today's the day, I'm gonna assault and kill somebody. They found her body some distance from her golf bag with several stab wounds to her upper stomach her head in her neck and this happened at like ten in the morning. He actually made a statement that he had an urge to rape and kill a woman. He that's what he said. He was overwhelmingly the cops. Yes. A police dog tracked her scent to a homeless encampment along a tree a creek near the golf course where he was living in a tent they found him with several fresh scratches on his face looking like he'd been in a fight a deep laceration is left hand. He tried to conceal and. Yes, John in recent days, he had told somebody urge to kill and rape a woman,
Murder, Ames Iowa and Iowa State University discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"Two a homeless man now being charged with murder of a top college golfer at Iowa State University Celia barking Arosa maintenance body was found on a golf course in Ames Iowa. She had been stabbed multiple times. Jeff huff with the aims. Police department outlines the charges against Collin. Daniel Richards, charged with murder in the first degree a class a felony. He is being held on five million
India moves ahead with tariffs on US goods
"India plans to hit back at us tariffs correspondent nicki mayo kumar reports india proposes hiking tariffs on thirty american products in order to recoup trade penalties worth two hundred forty one million dollars messages you hit us we hit you back the number itself is much smaller than the number we've been talking about when it comes to china or other countries but it's the symbolism that really matters here india and the us the two countries that have been growing increasingly close in recent years successive us presidents have sought to cultivate this relationship they see india as a potential foil to china and what this tariff has done what the retaliatory tara from india has done is that it's introduced a degree of tension in two very very important part of this relationship which is trade tariffs charged by china on american soybean shipments are expected to hit the state of iowa hard the moines register sites on iowa state university economists who says tariffs could cost farmers as much as six hundred twenty four million dollars i'm evident beautiful little puppy i mean they walk around the block and neighbors always say her hair is so beautiful healthy and shiny and glossy no v i t e dot com omega threes and omega sixes are great for healthy.
"iowa state university" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"To get rid of the port now they guide to slash prices so the cost to iowa pork producers just talking about the tariffs before we even ever got to the tariffs was a half a billion dollars laws pork producers in in iowa that's the real world well it's you and i kind of floated the idea of the or the i guess the possibility of the president the administration putting the exemption back in for canada and mexico and and the eu either before or at g seven the g seven by the way we'll be in quebec so is that the table that he wants to set on you know for for nafta or anything like that done you know is it even addressed is the president or does the administration believe the canada and mexico will will you know we'll basically come crawling to them in the case of canada at g seven will basically come to them and say you know hey i wanted to move i guess i wanna flinch but if mexico response the other nations will respond the other trade partners will respond so the question is how far do you wanna go with with a tariff while and again just you know that was the the the research done by iowa state university that already just because of the they're dealing with the twenty five percent tariff on us poor pork exports to china already on the number pork was really hit there but they said the biggest hit really is you know not only that but because they've they know that they figured.
"iowa state university" Discussed on Here & Now
"We tend to shift away from things like that unless it's a privately run organization or a place that has a lot of monitoring and supervision we understand why because some of the things you're talking about workbenches with hammers and saw mud pits are any public schools doing this we've had some moderate success just recently here in philadelphia pennsylvania megan worked with us at a school called nevin jer ella mentally school it's k through eight and there's a science teacher there heavier dominguez who's awesome what they're doing that school yard they have epa storm water garden that has been underutilized because again fear of children getting injured in a natural play environment and this past fall my students from iowa state university went with me to philadelphia and we assisted the sixty eighth graders at the school with havi air all of us worked together to actually prune and sent out the storm water garden so that kids can have this experience of being in a naturalized setting and the thing that is really unique about this school is havi is not afraid to let them use tools and so in the classroom he has support from the administration down that allows him to have them building bird boxes and so they built these birdhouse boxes they have a solarpowered roof that has a little tiny camera in it so that they can see what the birds are doing this all sounds wonderful but it's even more organized than what we're seeing in some of these playgrounds in britain i mean just putting loose bricks around i just see a teacher i mean obviously that the hope would be the kids would build with it but you know kids going to pick it up and throw it right.
"iowa state university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Successful it would cause severe bodily emme or death and the research on media violence and aggression seems pretty clear that the more children consume media vaughan's whether that's in video games tv movies they do become more willing to behave aggressively one provoked you sort of conflated video games tv movies they're in a video game you're pretending to be the shooter your interacting with a virtual world tv or movies is much more passive is there an important distinction there or is violence violence in media no matter whether it's in our active or passive we used to think that video games would have a much larger effect than passive media like tv or movies but the research has not seemed to bear that out it seems to be about the same size affect which is somewhat surprising because they are active and you are being rewarded for it but basically what were coming down to is learning we can learn from all of these different ways and it seems we don't learn typically early differently from video games than from tv movies some people have offered a theory that video games can be catharsis and expressing violent impulses in a virtual world helps people not express those in the real world has that been disproven that has been disproven so how do you memorise our phone number you repeat it does seeing it one more time take it out of your brain that would be the catharsis idea right but no each new time you see it burns it in a little deeper so in fact there is no possible way that catharsis can happen at least not nearly the way people like to talk about it do you think the premise of this white house meeting is flawed i mean should video games be one focus of this debate over gun violence in america i do think it's flawed i think the problem is that were seeking a simple solution to occur complex problem and i noticed there are no real aggression researchers at this white house meeting so we're not even getting the real picture what we're getting is just a very onesided and very limited look into only one of the risk factors for aggression professor genteel thanks very much my pleasure psychology professor douglas genteel of iowa state university.
"iowa state university" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Successful it would cause severe bodily damage or death and the research on media violence and aggression seems pretty clear that the more chill darren consume media vaughan's whether that's in video games tvr movies they do become more willing to behave aggressively one provoked you sort of conflated video games tv movies they're in a video game you're pretending to be the shooter your interacting with a virtual world tv or movies as much more passive is there an important distinction there or is violence violence in media no matter whether it's interactive or passive we used to think that video games would have much larger effect than passive media like tv or movies but the research has not seemed to bear that out it seems to be about the same size effect which is somewhat surprising because they are active and you are being rewarded for it but uh basically what we're coming down to is learning we can learn from all of these different ways and it seems we don't learn particularly differently from video games than from tv movies some people have offered a theory that video games can be catharsis and expressing violent impulses in a virtual world helps people not express those in the real world has that been disproven that has been disproven so how do you memorise a phone number you repeat it does seeing at one more time take it out of your brain that would be the catharsis igc right but no each new time you see it burns it in a little deeper so in fact there is no possible way that catharsis can happen at least not near the way people like to talk about it do you think the premise of this white house meeting is flawed i mean should video games be one focus of this debate over gun violence in america i do think it's flawed i think the problem is that were seeking a simple solution to a complex problem and i noticed there are no real aggression researchers at this white house meeting so we're not even getting the real picture what we're getting is just a very onesided and very limited a look into only one of the risk factors for aggression professor genteel thanks very much my pleasure psychology professor douglas genteel of iowa state university.
"iowa state university" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Business kelvin libelled is an extension farm an egg business management specialist with iowa state university he says how you allocate net farm income has a direct effect on increasing equity you in degree to use that income to pay family living expenses or retirement investments of those kinds of things where you can go back to your business with the money and so if you're going to grow your business you're going to have to have profits you're going to have to bring those profits back to the business and those prophets can be used either reduce debt or to buy more assets working to see elite producer status he says top producers don't do things that lose money get coal incremental it very took up a little bit of savings on where they took up a little bit of savings feet they get that extra ten cents on marketing it all they shave the twenty five dollars out of their machinery caused through repairs and fuels and maybe they get through three or four more bush will yield they're not hitting home runs they're doing a series of little things that add up to a significant advantage it's easy to spending the money you're not controlling living expenses often neglected as a way of increasing wealth iin saudi honky martellis for building alpha latest on the roads from the traffic center no accidents for major slowdowns on the metro interstates system however the winds and rains arm causing possibly some visibility problems and travel issues in the.
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"Welcome to the pecking smugly show the voice of iot in our connected world with your host take you smith metalic hello and welcome to today's edition of the peggy smedley show as always i'm your host peggy smedley and that's another great day to beyond the radio today on the program i'll be focusing on a very hot topic blocked chain fact if you've been on our website this month you know that we've dedicated a lot of content to both data security and blocked chain that's because we believe security is always important to talk about and we believe blocked train is more than just a buzz word for 2018 the question many of us in this space are grappling with is how will this technology make waves in the world of the internet of things are iot and is this a viable for more than just contracts and banking is this something you should invest in now or can you afford to wait so i plan to tackle these questions throughout two segments one this week come one necks and were planning on kind of beginning the first part of this and segment one and we'll can can you next week on segment one as well but before i get into kennedy to had a ahead of myself let me preview the rest of today's show i have a two gas lined up first lewis park joost secure are aff will be joining me for the next couple of segments and then at segment four joshua paschall who's the assistant professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering and iowa state university are we calling in and he's actually going to be a regular on the show he's going to be coming in once a month in he's going to be talking with me on most pressing events and he'll be talking on a lot of the subjects will be talking about you know what you'll be security robots whatever the topic of the day will be so it's going to be looking forward to it so let's get started talking with block chain as i often like to do on this show i like to begin by defining the term so we're all on the same page you kinda no we're talking about now summarise uh the wicket pedia definition since actually i think it's pretty good one in sometimes i'm not a big fan of wicked.
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"That is now needed uh for anybody that's gonna make an over the top application in 2018 for your remember earlier this fall uh the the federal level for extended macs in genia and affects the pan were changed and made to be a restricted use product which requires a uh applicator to be a certified applegate in order to to apply that product but the label also then required this specific dyke cambe uh training that came a specific training the applicator must also have an so what we've done now is really just a line uh with that federal label and require that training and require that it that it meets the minimum standards essentially what we're saying here is with somebody shows up for that day campus specific training we want it to be worthwhile we want it to be meaningful so you have to kind of have a like a duck stamp on your hot license and sticker there to be able to use the stuff well essentially yes you've got it so again you've it it's separate and distinct things right you've got the uh the normal a certified pesticide applicator uh uh training and then testing process that that folks will have to go through and then secondary to that will be this that camp specific training and you'll get a a card or a number that will say that you've completed that and you need both in order to make that application in 2018 mike who does the eu that so on the on the normal certified applicator side of things it's it's going to continue to be as it was us working together with iowa state university on the day kimba specific training really what you're going to see is that the the.
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"The tractor is a very handy piece of machinery to have link clearing snow in the winter time and pushing it around with a blade is very efficient but snow also adds another dimension of risk in terms of operation mark hanna is an extension egg ingineers at iowa state university he says a tractor that's being used for snow removal must have a rollover protection system rolled away karma liquid rutgers not going to be on award way but trump and maybe kinda warm ride slow maybe you're putting wish knoround kinda get off on the edge of in a bank where you don't order it at a bank that is a lot of arabs to it you know she's like tollways russomoldovan girl return hazard you can end up with the same derbah situation what loose snow stay clear of obstacles like stuck send rocks that are close to the embankment surfaces can be slick adding to the instability hannah says even though you'll be driving the tractor slower than usual it can still get off the road if it hits a patch of ice quite often when we have to fight the cold and snow we rush and this can make the task even more dangerous if you've got a horizontal odor and you're doing an inmate withdrew shortly mercury where you got it mechanical though no rely on a hydraulic begin underneath hook that type of thing and then wound up blower dislike small snow blower if you want to make sure you're stop the power to blower man disengaged roberto blower probably stopping engine before attempting their queen anything of the discharge area this ability is another issue especially if you'll be out while it still snowing be sure all the lights on the tractor are working.
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"Season from rochester hills to trade from garden city to sterling heights from prior to lincoln park it all points it between the news watch never stops on newsradio nine fifty wwl the aga beyond the plot this is charles osgood from the dell smallbusiness studio at iowa state university football fans have redefined the wave if from iowa state university's cbs news correspondent dana jacobsen it's a sea of black and gold now i love this seventy thousand strong this is the first all season but the children's hospital behind the kinnock stadium in waving in unison smiling up at the faces above as the first quarter draws to a close football fans turned to acknowledge the patients at the university's children's hospital each game dozens of kids now have the best seats in the house 12yearold kate and kelso was one of them and a half it makes you feel better mary fearance wife of iowa coach kirk fair heads has taken part in the new tradition they were describe it is a great big giant hugs from seventy thousand people giant hug is just the latest display of the deep ties between the team it's fans and the children and families at the hospital i think the proximity of the new hospital is just a constant reminder of what's really important for battles that are being fought over there coachman shows perot to rule opportunity for our players to spend time with people that are will but was fortunate cadence spent about a month in the hospital after doctors found in operated on a tumour on his long during his stay a hometown hero hawkeyes wide receiver nikki's league paid him a visit did that makes some of this time here a little bit easier a lot easier the players are often found walking the hall should law hospital as coach firms which what muslims of simple you have so powerful in these times it's nice to have something the.
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"Help capitalism either as as you are well aware capitalists are often portrayed as being evil and fewer yeah meet or could that the the homework assignment that the parents sunesson des moines iowa the the kid had a cartoon seventh grade their teach them the stop the on the the little headline for the capitalism cartoon and had a had a big fat guy wearing a tuxedo with a top hat like the man awfully money guy and all the workers were chained together and they were weeping boohoo and that the fat cat died the business owner had like money coming out of his pockets but on this on the socialist side they had no fat cat business owner just a bunch of happy workers dancing around frolicking in money so i mean if you're if you're in seventh grade you're like hey i wanna be i'm going to be a socialist i want to be a communist i don't want to be do what i want to be a capitalist yeah and and that also in iowa the at iowa state university recently the democratic socialist a group put out a tweet that said they want they were calling for shooting trump which the secret service was investigating um but i think they've clear that up a by hopefully putting those people in jail yeah i i think that the i hope the group learn that their tweet was a little off but they wanted to also exterminate capitalists this is a very serious issue and they use a lot of inflammatory language and it's not very easy to be a capitalists on college campuses today all right well a what we appreciate you keep it as updateable all abyss and of course a lot of our readers check out your stop at fox news dot.
"iowa state university" Discussed on Something You Should Know
"Today on something you should know getting angry over the ruins sings could be shortening you're like i'll explain why you need to chew laos and do you look at your partner and see their faults more do you see them through rosecolored glasses because the university study that was done found that couple who consciously choose to will rosecolored glasses longer happier more satisfying marriages and the reason is they're always looking for with right of looking horowitz raw also i wanna tell you about subbing and i may not even be pronouncing them right plus a discussion on the thirteen sings mentally strong people do mentally strong people don't feel sorry for themselves selfpity is one of those things that kick the focus on the problem rather than the salute boulders today something you should know you can get the next episode of something you should know right now on the tune in amp two new new episodes of something you should know are available a week early download tune in today and listen for free until you could you know i'm well aware that there are lots of other podcasts you could be listening to so i'm very appreciative the you are listening to the something you should know podcast today and if you like would you here i invite you to subscribe so the this podcast skits delivered right to you and you never miss an episode our first topic today is anger and if you get angry allott and now you're going to have one more thing to get angry about you see your angry temperament is more likely to shorten your life span as opposed to having a more go with the flow kind of temperament scientists said iowa state university found that men who admitted that they had a short fuse when they were questioned at around each 35 were more likely to be dead at age seventy than those who were less quick to anger.
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"To put it lately he and i have friends the voted for trump believe it or not i have some friends have voted for trump and they will say well european a traitor by not supported trump and that's really what you're saying that when you were not supporting obama route no no no no on the contrary i'm being a patriot because you know the constitution says i should question you know what our president because not above the law so they idea you know this idea that anything and everything can be questioned it's a good way uh because another step factual fear when it comes to religion questioning religion and and the fear of it but one of the things that we do uh that he's very specific to atheism is right now for instance we're starting to audio books and spanish oh no atheists' atheist audio books in spanish a translating psalm and some that are ready written directly in spanish so you may or may not know a doctor hector avalos he is a religion professor iowa state university and he's published a bunch of books but the first book he ever publish was in spanish as it i think the title translates a something to the effect of why i don't believe in god um uh something to and now he was a pentecostal preacher he has a ph d from an from harvard university so you know very smart guy and so he's allowed us to do his audio book his book in an audio format so we can give it to a lot of these people that sometimes can't even read and write in spanish and so the audio book is perfect especially if they're working when you're working you can this janja i absolutely love audiobooks i think that's great i think they're a great way to to gain some knowledge especially like you say you're working or maybe you're not able to read that add that's driving thing yet driving delays all kinds of i love audiobooks.
"iowa state university" Discussed on The Peggy Smedley Show
"I think that one of the great outcomes of this project with the city of chicago is the the test bed the living laboratory if you will are is the development of turnkey solutions for this smart green infrastructure we're talking about data sets that that eventually become a commodity to engineering developers and designers who can do this and other municipalities and really having the ability to scale the types of solutions that are created for the first time here in chicago out to the seven hundred plus municipalities across thirty six united states across the country who have very similar problems but maybe there are just a bit different and i think that from a from a business perspective being able to offer both the technology and the software decisionmaking tools you to other places that that's really the future thank you for being with us appreciate you spending time with me thanks for having me joshua that said the oppressor of agriculture biosystems engineering at iowa state university and was great discussion stick around listeners you got more to come right here on the peggy smedley show certainly noise flextronics with relevance won't be unit connected were of media cut through good noise of data overload in mind you the signal of important information information that will keep your courage and aware of context in the interim them things hickeys medleys years room sights on the biggest monthly show and then connected world magazine all online at connected mubako stay current had competitive at connect with box.
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"You want something else to do we've got some great van and bonnie listeners that run the isu dairy farm up at iowa state university and therefore fifty nine overs nation where those cows giving more milk and better milk because they listened to van and bonnie morning and they're having their ninth annual june jerry month open house abrasion friday juneid from six in the morning until eleven the morning up at the isu dairy farm and they've got all sorts of stuff they're going to have tree john reid's and stations things you can do and breakfast and stuff like that so if you've got kids you wanna they've probably be interested to see where that comes from the you bet now added seven fifty two van gotta mosquito bite this weekend i want and i have some help for him and how you can keep from getting bit by mystique eat miss mosquitoes mosquitoes coming up here in vienna money in the morning we are an ten forty on your radio your sparkle of level anywhere you want the iheartradio app news radio ten forty wh joe devoid somebody told me yesterday i heard you talking about their rhetoric warehouse thing in that sounds very enticing but i'd like to make the money from income i wouldn't mind being a landlord but i don't want to do all that stuff you gotta do when you're a landlord managing the property with the toilet tragedies and upkeep and stress for weekends and stuff like that well if it's time for you to maybe check into this i've got just the place where you can do it it's renters warehouse and you can become a landlord and avoid the hassles of landlord and call renters warehouse today.