21 Burst results for "Jim Watson"

Using Synthetic Biology to Craft One-Time, Programmable mRNA Therapeutics

The Bio Report

01:59 min | 4 months ago

Using Synthetic Biology to Craft One-Time, Programmable mRNA Therapeutics

"Jake. Thanks for joining us. Thanks for having me here. We're gonna talk about 'em arne strength therapeutics. And its efforts to develop the next generation of messenger. Therapies marna is a technology became front and center in the public imagination with the vaccines for covid. Nineteen might guesses though that most people don't understand the basic technology or its potential beyond vaccine's perhaps we can begin with amarna itself. What is it. And what makes it compelling as the basics for therapeutics to fantastic question in one unhappy dancer so There's something in biology that Jim watson of watson and crick People probably remember from biology class Jim watson called the central dogma and the central dogma is essentially that dna which a lot of people are no remember learning about in school dna makes messenger. Aren a messenger. Rene makes proteins proteins are really the essence of life Proteins are everything that makes up what you think of as your physical and we can make drugs out of proteins as well. We've all sorts of things like antibody drugs things like insulin are proteins that we can create synthetically and then inject them into the body Why amarna is such a breakthrough. Is that when marna really is Information molecule. so you imagine that your cells contain dna and they are the the source code of your being and then you have proteins on the other side. Which are everything that makes up your physical of physical personage. An in-between that dna needs to needs to send a message to your body to make more proteins in an order to send that message on your dna wants to continue to be in the nucleus. continue to be protected. Because you don't want to damage the source code until it sends these messages out into a into its cells

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"jim watson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"jim watson" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"A million tulips may bloom in the nation's capital this spring but not many people will be able to stop and smell them off canceling all event permits and keeping city facilities closed until June. Thirtieth visitors won't be allowed at city parks pools libraries. Or Yes the Tulip Festival. The city has put more than four thousand part time employees on unpaid leave. All that means Ottawa's losing a lot of money today. Mayor Jim Watson spoke with CBS's Ottawa. Morning about the financial toll. The pandemic is taking her concerned. Are you that the city is losing a million dollars a day right now? I'm very concerned. Because as you know Robin unlike other levels of government were not allowed by law to run deficit. So we're going to have to find a combination of reserve funds and expenditure reductions over the course of the next couple of months because we have to first of all leave the year In the Black. And secondly we have to start our own budget process for twenty twenty one in the fall of this year. So it's I I don't want to Overstate or overreact. But this is going to be probably the most difficult budget that any of us have ever tackled because there's so many unknowns we still don't even know if if we'll be in this state of emergency in the fall this year so there's a lot of unknowns would make which makes it very difficult for us to budget but we've already started discussions every Sunday. For instance we have a conference call with The Big City Mayors Caucus and we. We usually have deputy prime minister on the phone. Call last week was Catherine McKenna and they have certainly been very empathetic and sympathetic to our plea that we're going to need some help because they have greater financial capacity to to to help us and we haven't landed on anything obviously this point but they've been great partners to keep us informed and we're going to have to rely on them because we're the ones says you know providing all of these frontline services and We don't have the revenue stream to continuously sustain them right. Save put up the flea with the Providence. Well so they're they're both you know they're both very Listen we're all in this together. We recognize you know. Some people be listening while it's just one government to another but we have a very limited capacity as you know through property taxes to fund a lot of programs so we're grateful for instance that the Fed's providers in the province providers initial funding for the most vulnerable community by allowing us to open the route Ta Community Center Assessment Center for the homeless and those kinds of funds. That have been coming in have been put to good use Ottawa. Mayor Jim Watson speaking with Robin Bresnahan today about his city. Losing a million dollars a day in revenue during the pandemic..

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"jim watson" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

Talk Filmy to Me

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on Talk Filmy to Me

"No dos and that is where we're at the moment words. What's your initial reaction to this. One of horror i think would be the widow of up very much enjoyed spiderman with tom holland and marvel <hes>. It's been the best spot madison. I haven't seen <hes> <hes> us yet. Which boiled accounts is the best spiderman <hes> so yeah. It's a bit of a shock well. It was a good deal for both parties until oh. You've just basically broken down the deal. I had it the other way round and now it sounds like <hes> these nemov will maybe are being a bit douchebag about it to be honest asking fifty percent and and and the merge i mean that's i can understand why sarnia looked at engen <hes> <hes> no. That's not happening <hes> so yeah. I was a bit surprised that that that that they're going in position. Actually that's that's completely changed my mind because i fought sony and what you do in <hes> now marvel slash disney. Why are you doing <hes> but no one's a winner here. Nobody now and sarney i mean there's been a new cart member gentleman's name. There's a new executive head of saini pictures who did not commission still he coming coming inherited this deal and he's been painted out to be the victim. The victim said that the bad guy hey because essentially there's a school for that sony have now gone okay so we've had had kept foggy working with us for the best path for four years on these films. We've also been studying him. We've been watching him breaking bad when they were studying. Well sawai mike he's blue math and decided to kill him spoiler and then now thinking we've we've got a great director in jim watson directed homecoming and fall from home and by all accounts every once in that phrase third and wherever stuffed i wednesday from that we're in a good place financially because by far from home and <unk> i'm coming grossed over a billion venom which was again setting the spiderman universe but completely separate from the deal but that dumb really well financially which is proof that they can make money on their own not necessarily chris cool claim they made spider man in spite of verse completely on their own and that was with no help from the m._c._i. Whatsoever auto is the the lowest ranking in terms of gross books spiderman in older films have ever done and it's definitely the highest incentive critically acclaimed so thinking we can make a good film and that was produced by lord miller two guys who done the lego movie and they're fucking fantastic roy's we do have a pedigree of studying the master austin with learn at his feet literally so sign your like. Maybe we don't need you which is an interesting take but what this means is that tom holland is still spiderman impact. He's contract with signing. I believe for two more films just standalone spiderman films but he is not part of the m._t._o. And he's not allowed to reference the m._c. You anymore which is going to be pretty fucking weird for continuity spoiler alert so far from behind but basically the the death of tony stark a. k. narrative of that whole film in in fact i keep saying how can he be the next man who's going to be the next time man if they go..

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"jim watson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"If you want to make. Prices. Invoked. He says even at a lowered Vaughn it's unclear if his client can come up with the cash the couple made more than a quarter million dollars. But everything was shared an Andrine McDonald remains missing dozens of convention and tourist officials are warning that have social conservatives and the Texas house continue pushing a religious freedom Bill, which is seen as discriminatory to LGBTQ individuals. It will cost all of us bundle. We've seen what has happened across the United States. And it is clear that the Texas travel and tourism industry will suffer. It's discriminatory. Legislation is passed in Texas important and valuable events conventions. We'll go out swear, they cited the Chick-fil-A controversy in San Antonio to show that every decision made these days is political and two years ago. Just because the legislature was debating the infamous bathroom Bill, which would have restricted transgender public restroom, use the state lost more than sixty million dollars in convention business. The FBI is reviewing the circumstances around. Chicago prosecutor's decision to. Drop criminal charges against empire. Actor jussie smollet Cook County authorities dismissed all sixteen counts related to lying to police after smell perform community service and forfeited his ten thousand dollar bond. Cook County state's attorney Kim Faulk says it's not uncommon to drop charges in exchange for restitution in cases, like this one all somebody is waking up really wealthy this morning. Single Powerball ticket walks away with more than three quarters of a billion dollars the ticket sold in new Berlin. Wisconsin is worth seven hundred sixty eight point four million dollars or about four hundred seventy seven million if the winner takes the cash payout. It is third largest lottery jackpot in American history. Well, big changes are coming to your morning coffee. Jessica summers. A Bloomberg has this in focus report craft coffee. Production is shaking up the Java industry much like the way US craft breweries bended, the beer industry and the same trend consumers want something that's made locally they want something. That's fresh and that they have a connection to aware. This product is coming from rather than cts beverage enlist. Jim Watson, many coffee shops are roasting their own beans status consumers opt for specialty Java over a mass produced Cup of coffee. We're seeing an explosion of much smaller coffee shops, so places that have either from one location or maybe up to twenty or thirty locations that want to roast their own coffee in a specific way. But don't have the scale to invest in furious roasting facility that they own themselves in New York racing Cooper Gallia. Let's cafe owners rent time, and it's resting machines..

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"jim watson" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"I thought it was kale. But it would definitely wasn't kale. I can't remember who it was. That was saying Joe Washington was the guy to pick in this. I can't help but feel for that pick in can't help. But do a double take when I say on Adams gonna win. But I just think Adams gonna win. And I don't think I'm going to change it at this point. Yeah. I'm gonna say the same thing. I mean, look, I think that is output is tremendous. And I think even though he fought Charles Martin, which many people thought was just this. Gimme guy. You know, he paid his dues and two or I mean, he sold his boat to Anthony Joshua. I thought Charles Martin actually came to fight any looked really good when he fought Adam. But once again, you know, we're near the consider the favourite you always seem to always come on top. And that's what Adam did he performs in in those tough fights, which is very nitty gritty in your face. Like, you said, he he trains and spars with big baby Miller. So at that point, this is just another guy who already has the blueprint from his camp. You know, this is another guy who fights and a very combination relentless pressure. Jiro Jiro Washington's already seen that from one any little came off a knockout from down to water. Yes, he had his. Little tune-ups in there. But I think he's really filling that he can really get this fight. He says that he's learning on the job. And so that he feels like he's probably overcame those problems in this fight. But this is not a fight that I think that you should go into I think Adam's gonna win probably gonna stop them and should be a fun fight. This is one of the fights that you probably don't want to turn away. You definitely want to sit there with your friends your families. Maybe some casual friends and sit there and watch a good heavyweight fight. Maybe both of these guys have the necessary tools to give each other problems. Actually, I think if Jim Watson is able to use his height distances rink to keep out of Nakae offer that will improve his chances if I goes along. Also, I think the pressure that Kornacki puts on people, and we say in jail. I mean, the Joe Washington and big maybe that could be a problem. But I don't I don't know if Kornacki has the same amount of pressure at baby has been that he's three hundred pounds. So I paint you watched. And if he's able to box I did wilder and users jab and use his range, and like like said used the uppercut when when he has the chance to he may be have the necessary tools to cause a upset and Gil ever be able to box like he did versus while simply because the style number wilder gave him a lot of time to be like exactly what I was gonna say to. I don't see. Archy giving him that while the push the pressure. So he was able to just state it and kinda uses jab and be a box. I rain I wish I was. I was type of vitamin Boorda was all on the ropes may crazy. You get Nakae. You don't want that? You don't want. That will knock you probably. And I want.

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"jim watson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on AP News

"Just a sign of a sign of the times. It's it's really a sad thing to happen. In in our town, corona the daughter of a retired sheriff sergeant was shot and killed while investigating a traffic crash last night. The suspect later killed him. This is radio news three people are dead. Some twenty three others hurt. Fourteen in critical condition after a double decker bus slammed into a transits helter in Ottawa Canada today. Police chief Charles bordello tells C TV. I want to express my sorrow and cannolis is of the order police service and other first responders to the loved ones of the families of those individuals involved. Several of the injured remained remain in serious condition. Bordello? Says the bus driver was arrested after the crash. He didn't provide details on why she was detained mayor. Jim Watson says two of those killed were on the bus. The other was in the shelter. An eighteen year old Saudi woman who says she was abused by your family and feared for her life. If sent back has left Thailand for Canada, which has granted her asylum. She's flying Toronto, by way of soul. NBC reaches a settlement deal and cuts ties with Megan Kelly who lost their morning show. After black-faced comments last year. I've Tim McGuire EP radio news for listening to the digital news network. The nominees for the annual blues music awards have been announced. Keyboard player. Anthony Geraci leads the way along with cigarettes..

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Sheriff: “The will of a 13-year-old girl is what broke this case”

24 Hour News

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Sheriff: “The will of a 13-year-old girl is what broke this case”

"Taken too soon and just a sign of a sign of the times. It's it's really a sad thing to happen into in our town, corona the daughter of a retired. Sheriff sergeant was shot and killed while investigating a traffic fresh last night. The suspect later killed himself says AP radio news three people are dead. Some twenty three other cert- fourteen in. Critical condition after a double decker bus slammed into a transit helter and Ottawa Canada today. Police chief Charles bordello tells C TV I want to express my sorrow on cannolis. Of the police service and other first responders to the loved ones and the families of those individuals involved several of the injured remained remain in serious condition. Bordello says the bus driver was arrested after the crash. He didn't provide details on why she was detained mayor. Jim Watson says two of those killed were on the bus. The other was in the shelter. An eighteen year old Saudi woman who says she was abused by her family and feared for her life. If sent back has left Thailand for Canada, which has granted her asylum. She's flying Toronto, by way of soul. NBC reaches a settlement deal and cuts ties with Megan Kelly who lost her morning show

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"jim watson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on AP News

"To declare a national emergency along the border with Mexico. But how does she do this saga megani? As more to dispute with Democrats over wall. Funding has led to what tonight will become the nation's longest government shutdown the president's been threatening to declare an emergency as a way of going around congress today, he called it the easy solution. But I'm not gonna it so fast because this is something congress should do though. There's no indication lawmakers would as the impacts continue some eight hundred thousand government workers missed paychecks today. Saga megani? Washington Gloria kion as a spouse of a coast guardsman says she and others are dismayed by the lack of a paycheck out there working very hard. And and this is how we being treated twenty one year old Jake Patterson is being held as a suspect in the Tober shooting deaths of a baron, Wisconsin couple and the abduction of their thirteen year old daughter, Jamie clause. Us who escaped yesterday from a home in a rural area of Wisconsin, Barron county sheriff Chris FitzGerald says investigators are still trying to figure out how Paterson new about the young girl was reunited with her aunt at the hospital after note, she will also be reunited later this evening with the rest of her family. She is doing as well as circumstances. Allow Patterson will have his first court appearance on Monday people in Davis. California are shocked by the shooting death of twenty two year old police officer Natalie Corona's young officer trying to just doing our job and taken too soon. And just a sign of a sign of the times. It's it's really a sad thing to happen into in our town, corona the daughter of a retired. Sheriff sergeant was shot and killed while investigating a traffic crash last night. The suspect later killed himself says AP radio news three people are dead some twenty three others hurt fourteen. In critic. Condition after a double decker bus slammed into a transit helter and Ottawa candidate today. Police chief Charles bordello tells C TV. I want to express my sorrow on cannolis is of the order police service and other first responders to the loved ones of the families of those individuals involved. Several of the injured remained remain in serious condition. Bordello? Says the bus driver was arrested after the crash. He didn't provide details on why she was detained mayor. Jim Watson says two of those killed were on the bus. The other was in the shelter. An eighteen year old Saudi woman who says she was abused by your family and feared for her life. If sent back has left Thailand for Canada, which has granted her asylum. She's flying Toronto, by way of soul. NBC reaches a settlement deal and cuts ties with Megan Kelly who lost their morning show. After black-faced comments last year. I've Tim McGuire. Ep radio.

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3 dead, 23 injured when Ottawa bus struck transit shelter Friday

The Kristen Hagopian Show

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

3 dead, 23 injured when Ottawa bus struck transit shelter Friday

"Three people are dead and twenty three others are injured with fourteen of them in critical condition after a double decker bus slammed into a transit shelter in Ottawa Canada on Friday police chief Charles border, low tells Canadian TV expressed by sorrow and condolences. Of the police service and other I unders- to the loved ones of the families of those individuals involved. Several of the injured injured remained remain in serious condition. Borderline says the female bus driver was arrested after the crash. He didn't provide any details on why she was detained mayor Jim Watson says two of those killed were on the best. The other person was waiting at the shelter

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"jim watson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A California judge is still wearing arguments at a challenge a federal rules that would allow more employers to opt out of providing workers with birth control Monday is when the Trump administration's changes to the Obama administration's healthcare law would take effect, but California and about a dozen other states are asking the judge to block the rules while they're court challenge goes forward. Judge Haywood Gilliam says if the changes go through a substantial number of women would lose birth control coverage, the changes would allow more employers, including publicly traded companies to cite religious or moral objections to providing no cost contraceptive coverage. I'm Jacky Quin. Russia's space agency says it specialists are attempting to fix problems that have blocked its ability to control an orbiting radio telescope. Scientists say they've been unable to control the specter ours satellite since yesterday, it has exceeded its initial life expectancy by three years. More from townhall dot com. A city transit driver in Ottawa Canada has been arrested after the double decker bus. She was driving crashed into a bus stop shelter killing three people to on the bus and one in that shelter Ottawa mayor Jim Watson our hearts and condolences. Go out to all those injured those family members who have lost loved ones, and their families are thoughts are also with the others on that bus at that station, those directly involved, and those who witnessed the collision mayor Jim Watson who comments aired on TV General Motors, strengthen its pre-tax profit estimate for two thousand eighteen yesterday. And it predicted even stronger performance for this year as its executives made.

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3 dead, 23 injured in Ottawa bus crash

27 Hour News

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

3 dead, 23 injured in Ottawa bus crash

"Chief Charles bordello tells C TV I want to express my sorrow on cannolis is of the police service and other first responders to the loved ones of the families of those individuals involved. Several of the injured remained remain in serious condition. Bordello says the bus driver was arrested after the crash. He didn't provide details on why she was detained mayor. Jim Watson says two of those killed were on the bus. The other was in the shelter. An eighteen year old Saudi woman who says she was abused by her family and feared for her life. If sent back has left Thailand for Canada, which has granted her asylum. She's

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"jim watson" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on AP News

"Just a sign of a sign of the times. It's it's really a sad thing to happen into in our town, corona the daughter of a retired. Sheriff sergeant was shot and killed while investigating traffic crash last night. The suspect later killed himself says AP radio news three people are dead. Some twenty three others hurt fourteen. Critical condition after double decker bus slammed into a transit helter and Ottawa candidates today. Police chief Charles bordello tells C TV I want to express my sorrow on cannolis is of the order police service and other first responders to the loved ones of the families of those individuals involved. Several of the injured remained remain in serious condition. Bordello says the bus driver was arrested after the crash. He didn't provide details on why she was detained mayor. Jim Watson says two of those killed were on the bus. The other was in the shelter. An eighteen year old Saudi woman who says she was abused by your family and feared for her life. If sent back has left Thailand for Canada, which has granted her asylum. She's flying Toronto, by way of soul. NBC reaches a settlement deal and cuts ties with Megan Kelly who lost her morning show after black-faced comments last year. I've Tim McGuire. AP radio news. Lounge presents an evening with the progressive box. The moon. Tickling the ivories. He just saved. By bundling home and auto with progressive gonna finally for that gal of yours Hugo condolences. This.

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"jim watson" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression

The Hilarious World of Depression

05:47 min | 3 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression

"Watch later, Jim Watson and seized Ella. And delegate mitts that she sold her hair to buy president, Jim then gives della her present an assortment of combs useless, now della than shows, Jim the the chain that she bought from Jim says, well, I sold the watch to get the money to buy the combs, and they're left with gifts that neither one can use. And they realize how far they're willing to go to show their love for each other still pretty traumatic for both of them, and Jim and della. Of course, no that trauma can really Prager other mental health issues, so pleading depression, so off they went to the therapist to learn cope. Ping mechanisms. And perhaps a better way to route their anxiety and depressive tendencies, let's take a listen. Dela gym in our last session. We talked about how effective counting ten was when we were angry before saying anything, and we decided to try tending, no matter. What emotion we were having? How'd that go for you? Don't do it here. I Bill by the hour. Worked out. Okay. Yeah. They would miss it. If we stopped doing it either. I'm glad you said that I'm glad you agree with me still keeping up with the glads then. Yes, we're glad I need at each other all the time. So I wouldn't miss it. If we stopped that. That's not funny. That's not funny. All no, never stopped me. Jim. I swear to God. It's the light my heart plant needs to grow. Glad you like it. I don't like it. Jim I need it. Hugh Hewitt what you said. Wait. Wait, wait. What is that? But here you hear what you said, someone are you? Seeing another therapist. No. I know. Oh my God. You're seeing someone else Curtis. No. I just said what my instinct told me to say, okay. Let's change. Jim della. How was Christmas? Great best ever in a way, in a way, was lovely and ironic conversational pivot. You're just opposed to say fine. Okay. Okay. You say Jim saw these lovely combs that he just comb, my long hair, really just perfectly. Wait, your hair isn't long. Did you get a haircut? Don't don't. You're getting the story. Don't get ahead of the story. I'm sorry. Please. Okay. So you know, how selling hair is really common. Yes. Of course. Who has sold some hair walk a block without saying air buying place. Retail is a giant market one of the big way up. So so I sold my hair, which I mean, I had all that hair. I made a lot of money, but all is real sweet combs turned from the most thoughtful gift of all time to such a bittersweet gift bordering on mean that does sound mean. But at least you are hair money rich, but I wasn't rich because I use the money to buy a chain for Jim's pocket watch. Yes. Oh my God. Yes. That bogging. It's the best thing about giants. Oh, man. So great. It's just perfect. I married him. Why barry? Only one thing wrong with it. No chain. Not no Kane. Good enough. I found the team good enough must have caused a fortune. It did. Oh my God. You used all your hair money. I did use all my hair money. Only problem is I sold the pocket watch. Jim how could you all tell you how I could. I sold it to buy the combs for Delo. Oh. Oh. Wait, how expensive were these combs real expensive like expensive as a pocket watch? Well, I see what you're saying about Iran at Christmas. That's not even the ironic part. Well, it is unknown part. Sure. But the real ironic part is that without her hair. I kind of don't love della. And ironically without that pocket watch. How could you even love, Jim? I'll tell you. How don't you see it's right in front of you? You're both terrible. Sweep dummies who are both just so exact same. Same z's? Because we both sacrificed our one lovable thing about us for our loved one. And we'll do it again. Once our hair grew back and watched grew back. Yeah. I mean, I guess, but really because each of your love is fixated on the one thing of the other. Therefore, you're kind of perfect for each other. Okay. So maybe call it a day, marriage wise. Right. That rings true. Expecting a little harder pushback on that. Why literally maybe figure out the flu in yourselves solution solution could there possibly gift receipts? You were turned the combs. You can buy your watch back turned the chain. You can buy some hair. Dr perfect..

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"jim watson" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

GSMC Television Podcast

04:54 min | 3 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

"The actors played by jim watson i believe the guy he played was called noah so he's also in the second season of slasher too so either he's no one is first season he's no in the second so he the husband thinks it's noah but it's not so but he finds out the hard way because he's talking to him he's like hey man you ready i thought you were going to be going what do you say king arthur and win aveer something like that and and the execution guys is not talking he's just standing there looking out so then the door rings making get that some candy and the guy's just standing there looking at him so basically you open the door and he sees this friend noah he walks in and goes hey man that was you know what's going on then the guy with executioner max mask pulls out a machete because the husband has his back to him talking to us for noah goes up to two with his back turned and start stabbing him in the back and slice up and down his chest so yeah he's dead now and then he takes noah looks at noah takes the knife into carves it on a little scarf cheek and allows noida to run outside the pregnant wife comes downstairs sees this screams trips over the blood and the executioner closes the door you can see her screaming as their hand out yelling for help actually closes the door now if you're walking by that you might think that's just a halloween prank so that was kinda brilliant about the netflix show in the series when did this first episode all of that was was cool but now the only thing that bothered me i mean this was the set up but now you at my door an execution a mask i say this is are you so on so you don't answer me then i open the door then i see my my friend okay you're gonna have to leave and i'm getting the bat or i'm not going back to you because i'm like who are you hit arrived me hurt me but hey what do i know but this is how the plot hat on fold so i'll even go with that so a few moments later at that door has been closed and the mother was on her on her stomach on the floor she slipped in the blood from her husband's you know being killed few almost later they go back to their house and you see the mother has a machete stat like into our face and her stomach has been ripped open and she was like nine months pregnant the killer had ripped the baby out of her stomach he's sitting in iraq and chair rock and the baby to sleep just sitting there waiting on the cops he didn't even try to run so everybody's dead but he he took the baby out of her stomach he cut it out and saved her so we're like okay that's special i mean so that whole scene was horrific i'm not gonna lie that was creepy creepy i didn't scare me but it was creepy so that's how the show started so now years later you see sarah bennett played by katie mcgrath she's an car on this volvo with a husband played by brandon jay mclaren who plays dylan dylan dylan bennett their chinatown and you know he's talking to baby she won't come out to this house you find out that she was the baby that the killer was rocking in their wheelchair she's all grown up now and that killers in jail for life and you know of course she hates him because she's like he took my parents from me you find out she was raised by a grandmother and the house is you know as vacant and she decides she wants to move into the house where her parents were killed okay people so i don't even know where to start with that but that's a part of the story and real life never gonna happen not gonna move into a house where anybody i love guy killed not i'm trying to sell that house and never looked back but for argument's say we're going to go this is the story of this unfold okay so her husband is this journalist he wants getting hired its local newspaper editor in chief and.

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"jim watson" Discussed on The Science Hour

The Science Hour

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on The Science Hour

"What mad pursuit or wilkins's the third manatee anna which cover the same material val pretty dull reading this brings you into the the moment gives you the excitement and you inhabit which might not always be good you inhabit the mind jim watson and science writer someone who's written very successful popular books about signs how does the double helix competitors is still readable for the twenty first century popular science fan absolutely it still feels fresh now to his hand kind of how the sausage is made and a lot of scientists like to reveal the kind of going on in the background the sometimes quite difficult stealthy cruel mean things that do go on when you're trying to make a discovery or when you're racing for prize the special thing about this is that you really get a sense of what it was like to make this discovery to be racing towards it to not know if you would get there or not and in that sense it's brilliant you know he really does capture that and he's so honest he so clear even sometimes about his own failings but particularly about the findings of others and that is gripping you know really keeps you reading and in that sense it's a great work of science writing yes and i suppose the way he talks about all of those people it feels like an accurate description of how science actually works in the lab but i suppose also that was the source of ira and criticism from some of these people in from reviews certainly both creek and wilkins were very hostile when they initially saw the drafts which started circulating creek described the draft is a betrayal of friendship two years before publication so ninety sixty six they wrote to jim watson wilkins wrote to harvard university press trying to get either the document not to be published to be published in a very different form because they felt that this.

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"jim watson" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Hugely so and we spoke to the very well known positive psychologist martin seligman at the university of pennsylvania who actually is sort of the considered the father of of positive psychology who by the way says he's a very negative person himself but he said that the if he were going off on a spaceship and he needed to take somebody along for good luck the number one treat that he would look for would be optimism optimistic people tend to be able to look for opportunities to see things that are around them to believe that they can do something and really that's very much the start of making luck happen is believing that you can do it and going ahead and taking the chance to do it i don't mean that an any mystical way whatsoever it's not that if you you know put your intentions out the universal respond but if you know what your intentions are you're probably going to go after them if you're a negative person if you think nothing good is going to happen you tend to be looking down into a hole all the time not seeing what's around you not seeing possibilities so trying to find the positive in a situation can really make a huge difference in creating luck you told many stories about how people found fame and fortune by way of lucky break what's your favorite example of luck finding its way into science we had the pleasure of interviewing chatting with dr jim watson who of course was one of the people who discovered the the structure of dna and dr watson is a very unusual person as we know from some of the scandals and controversies that he has caused afterwards he's quite outspoken but that has served him both well and as a problem later in his life but early in his life he used that to his great advantage because he did think differently than others he was willing to look at things in a different way and to have a different perspective and he told us over and over again that nobody succeeds in science or anything else by staying on a standard path you have to be able to look at a different path you have to be able to look at things differently according to him when he got the.

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"jim watson" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"Hugely so and we spoke to the very well known positive psychologist martin seligman at the university of pennsylvania who actually is sort of the considered the father of of positive psychology who by the way says he's a very negative person himself but he said that the if he were going off on a spaceship and he needed to take somebody along for good luck the number one treat that he would look for would be optimism optimistic people tend to be able to look for opportunities to see things that are around them to believe that they can do something and really that's very much the start of making luck happen is believing that you can do it and going ahead and taking the chance to do it i don't mean that an any mystical way whatsoever it's not that if you you know put your intentions out the universal respond but if you know what your intentions are you're probably going to go after them if you're a negative person if you think nothing good is going to happen you tend to be looking down into a hole all the time not seeing what's around you not seeing possibilities so trying to find the positive in a situation can really make a huge difference in creating luck you told many stories about how people found fame and fortune by way of lucky break what's your favorite example of luck finding its way into science we had the pleasure of interviewing chatting with dr jim watson who of course was one of the people who discovered the the structure of dna and dr watson is a very unusual person as we know from some of the scandals and controversies that he has caused afterwards he's quite outspoken but that has served him both well and as a problem later in his life but early in his life he used that to his great advantage because he did think differently than others he was willing to look at things in a different way and to have a different perspective and he told us over and over again that nobody succeeds in science or anything else by staying on a standard path you have to be able to look at a different path you have to be able to look at things differently according to him when he got the.

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"jim watson" Discussed on In Our Time

In Our Time

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on In Our Time

"And they suffered for judi todd let's go back to watson jim watson sold this photograph fifty one m can you tell us how he reacted than how that fitted into the recession should he and creek were doing back at cambridge yes i think in an unguarded meme on could say that wilkins had shown watson who is visiting kings this famous fifty one photograph fourteen the ought not to have done while there was competition between kings in cambridge why would you do it them i while wilkins was friendly with watson and creek and he would be proud of the best photograph that had been taken to date of dna had come from his lab they had already been speaking that is what some creek with lukin's on the matter whenever wilkins visited cambridge i don't think they would to me secrets as you say ideas bounce off each other but they didn't include roseman in this discussion and i say unguarded pooped 'cause pepsi shouldn't have done yes but then as i say they would sharing information and watson immediately recognised the significance of this the black cross as we know is on the photograph and how important it was to let him know it was a he lacolle structure they built watson cricket built a model of dna a year previous but it was wrong they had the phosphate groups in their own place in the basis in the wrong place and this meant that they had to rethink their structure but with the information that came from miss one photograph and together with all the other information is jim says it was being bounced around different ideas different people really contributed to the whole story roslyn was determined not to stop building models until she was certain data and the pair watson and creek had a different attitude it was some hey let's go build a modern let's see if we can do this we do we've we've got enough information and the information experimental data as they called it information had all come from other people because they they were very bright people but they had not collected the xray data themselves that information i come from king's early if massproduced of i should say.

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"jim watson" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"First board meeting for kyw met a we're and bill gates office and you know you think billionaire richest men in the world you're going to have you know shafts and people waiting on you and you know fourcourse meal and it's kind of thing and i remember at that meeting sitting down for lunch calling my wife after excitedly because i have a very pedestrian ballot i mean twenty island hot dogs nathan's you know and unlike you're never gonna guess what we had for lunch just like what fully magnon and like california pizza kitchen and was just to me is just like the regular people and the circumstances in the fame and all this but does just in a regular people so but the best advice i ever got was jim watson who codiscovered dna and jim is brilliant and as many brilliant people are a little bit crazy and gm has this admonishment which is double meaning three words avoid boring people and i love it because what he's saying is stay away from people who are not interesting avoid boring people and avoid boring people don't be boring too people be interesting so i have information anxiety because i need to know and wanna know something about everything whether that's poetry or literature or science or sport or whatever it is i need to know something so that i'm never in a conversation be like oh gay no not in my head like i want to be able to converse about everything so of seeing you talk about entropy before obviously you have informational foam o and you're doing a lot what is your objective function like what what are you what are you optimizing forty even think about it like that i love russia's cain several dead pass so endured atheist or or or narrow a decision say i am an atheist so so how do you think about that this is a big philosophical question but well cesar so enter p to me acting as one of the not widely understood it most important concepts because i think it is one of the universal santa fe like phenomenon that pervades everything your room is a mess unless you put energy into the system right a trench towards disorder the universe itself life is a fight against heat death.

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"jim watson" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

Invest Like the Best

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on Invest Like the Best

"First board meeting for kyw met a we're and bill gates office and you know you think billionaire richest men in the world you're going to have you know shafts and people waiting on you and you know fourcourse meal and it's kind of thing and i remember at that meeting sitting down for lunch calling my wife after excitedly because i have a very pedestrian ballot i mean twenty island hot dogs nathan's you know and unlike you're never gonna guess what we had for lunch just like what fully magnon and like california pizza kitchen and was just to me is just like the regular people and the circumstances in the fame and all this but does just in a regular people so but the best advice i ever got was jim watson who codiscovered dna and jim is brilliant and as many brilliant people are a little bit crazy and gm has this admonishment which is double meaning three words avoid boring people and i love it because what he's saying is stay away from people who are not interesting avoid boring people and avoid boring people don't be boring too people be interesting so i have information anxiety because i need to know and wanna know something about everything whether that's poetry or literature or science or sport or whatever it is i need to know something so that i'm never in a conversation be like oh gay no not in my head like i want to be able to converse about everything so of seeing you talk about entropy before obviously you have informational foam o and you're doing a lot what is your objective function like what what are you what are you optimizing forty even think about it like that i love russia's cain several dead pass so endured atheist or or or narrow a decision say i am an atheist so so how do you think about that this is a big philosophical question but well cesar so enter p to me acting as one of the not widely understood it most important concepts because i think it is one of the universal santa fe like phenomenon that pervades everything your room is a mess unless you put energy into the system right a trench towards disorder the universe itself life is a fight against heat death.

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"jim watson" Discussed on Discovery

Discovery

01:41 min | 4 years ago

"jim watson" Discussed on Discovery

"This edition of discovery from the bbc is a profile of this giant of twentieth century biology my name is matthew cobb and i'm a scientist in historian at the university of manchester earlier this year i visited sydney burner in singapore where he now lives to interview him about his life in science although in many ways brennan's crowning achievement was his nobel prize some of his most significant discoveries were made in the 1950s 1960s years in which we revolutionized our understanding of how life works at the molecular level that revolution began in nineteen fifty three with the discovery of the doublehelix structure of dna by jim watson and france's creek soon after crate began another collaboration this time with sydney brenna this partnership lasted twenty years and was marked by a series of brilliant sudden insights in which the two french showed that the best science is as much about inspiration as it is about slow and painstaking experimentation but my conversation with brenner started much earlier in his story meet suit closer if comfortable with the jazz shots fine that's far here okay right so i'd like to start with your childhood sydney brenna was born in south africa announcing twenty seven the son of a cobbler who emigrated from lithuania and it never learn to read it wasn't long before the young sydney showed exceptional intellectual ability i told myself to read.

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