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"john lab" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A nose in need deserves puffs indeed. Hey, now I want to talk about Let's recheck all wouldn't want Lets book it, Jack. What about it? W g o we're gonna Oh, there's that tone on time to check in with Jim Bohannon. Jim, I was just pondering here for a minute. Um We just had a person on the air. Who was 14? Yes, I heard that wonderful demographic information. Yeah, we'll wait. I'm not even finished last hour. We had a guest in the studio. Who was 16. Now we had a phone call with a guy named Mark Miller. And I think he's 50. Okay, So I'm trying to figure out the average age of the people that we talk, dude. As I got on the air at seven o'clock, and I think it's an all time w G N record. The average age of John Lab Dicker and me is actually 27 Celsius. So you understand and whatever, at age, whatever age we're supposed to be, I'm sure you will agree that we're not acting it. We are certainly not. Heaven forbid. Got us this far and I refuse to thank you. Thank you. Bless you. Thank you. I want to be just like John Land that girl when I don't grow up all right here on WGN News Talk 7 20 soon to be available intravenously, by the way. Tell that to your friend with the radio. Okay, Now what I am this very coming morning here. The Jimbo had an extravaganza will feature noted Harvard attorney and law professor Alan Dershowitz will look at the Supreme Court ruling. About the high school cheerleader who got kicked off the squad that said some really bad things on Snapchat. And the issue was, of course, whether or not she had that free speech right because she she did this Social media. Cursing off campus, So we'll talk about that. And we will, of course, liberally quote what she said. Over and over. I doubt if you're liberally do anything That's quite correct, sir. Thank you. Now it's at 1 30 this coming morning. You ask Mike Howell joins us in the Texas governor Greg Abbott plans to shore up the Texas border. He feels that the feds are not doing enough. We'll find out what they're doing. Remember the Alamo? That's right. Remember the Alamo Mode? And at two AM Terry Schilling? Well, he'll be here to discuss his plan to save the American family. So as you see, we get pretty deep. Yes, showers in the morning. Who could argue with that? I certainly think so. And piling it deeper. Something John and I have been doing for decades. Thank you so much. Mr Becker. Janan talk You again tomorrow tomorrow? Yes, indeed. Talk cause tomorrow is Another day. Mike. Hey, Mike, you're on, uh, on buggy check. Hello? A greetings turn. How are you? Um, pretty good. Listen, um okay. I believe that you're beautiful. 750 ft tall radio tower is located in Schaumburg, Illinois. Uh, you know what? I'm only going on What I've been told here at the station. I don't know. And I believe I believe it was built somewhere around 1940. It's been meticulously cared for all those years. Well, I'd stand or actually is sitting, I sit corrected. Don't Where do we get the It's in the promo that transmitters there Outgrow village and, uh, hamburger pretty close to each other. Maybe it's a repeater. Maybe it's our low power FM. We don't have what I'm getting. Feature and yourself. You sound a lot better in your studio. Then you do it or remote. Tell me about it. I guess you just did. Thanks. Thanks a lot, Mike. Thank you. I agree wholeheartedly. And you got to get no argument for me. Harry. You're on. Hello? Hey there, John. How are you? Are you good? Hey, Crawley, calling your little great beyond Oh, It's excuse me, and I'm a little parched hand. Let me hear. Mhm, uh, for me. Oh, that's good. Wait a minute. What are you drinking in the great beyond? Well, you know, you could have whatever you want up here or down here. I'm not really sure where I am. There's no windows A I don't know, but we we do hit movies and I gotta tell you Yes, I'm really excited about this Furious def nine, saying movie coming out this week that it's just so exciting. The fast and furious one Yeah, Here I I hear really sucks. I mean, I really I it has it has bananas in its tail pipes. I'm telling you, I have seems like the worst reviews ever, and I'm a big, fast and furious fan. Well, I'm not. That's disappointing. Yeah, because it's so disappointing because I was excited for venue because he goes, You know, it's not a lot of people could have a great career after they retire, and I think you know been doing that. That movie is really great. You know, he did so many years of broadcasting the Dodgers. No, no, no, no, no, no. That's been sculling, Not women. No, That's Vin Scully. This is Vin Diesel. Oh, well, never mind. There's a John. I'll just go ahead. Another one cold one. And, uh, maybe maybe I'll wait for it to come out on DVD. Yeah, sure, way to it. Or maybe VHS. Go better. You're in the great beyond. You probably still got BHS there. I would think we got. We got everything. You got anything you want up here. I'll go down here, and I'm not really sure once again where I'm at. Well, thank you, Harry. I appreciate it. All right. Well, we've been listening. Which everyone have a good weekend. I had I had this number by the way. Thank you. Did I tell you I have bins? I have his number. His vin number. Oh! Oh, God. That was such an up to around about comment. 312981 72 100 is the telephone number here on the boogie Check. Yeah, I think we can all agree easily. That coming into this WGN studios about the best thing Happened as far as me on the radio and long time now, Of course, there was an extended stretch of time when You know, the corporate thing was Keeping people from going anywhere and slowly step by step, you know, get vaccinated, and they come up with different rules who they're going to allow in here, and then they start relaxing him and as soon as possible, I.
"john lab" Discussed on The Vaping Fix
"January. Third twenty twenty. Shanghai china forty-four infections eleven seriously. Ill a motorbike courier. Zooms down the road towards the plain gray building of the shanghai public health clinical center. He pulls up at the entrance and races inside carrying a metal case covered in biohazard signs. I have an urgent delivery for professor jong jong it's from john. John is one of china's foremost urologists an expert in decoding. The genetics of previously unknown pathogens a mysterious illness is spreading in the city of wuhan in central china and john's job to identify the culprit case is rushed to a bio secure room in john's lab inside the room a technician and a has matt suit opens it and carefully lifts out at test tube. It's a sample of lung fluid from forty-one-year-old hospital patient and wuhan oud john and his team were non-stop for the next forty hours to isolate the virus and piece together. It's genetic makeup finally at two. Am on january fifth. One of the team called jong over to his computer on the screen are the letters a c g and you repeated over and over in various combinations. The letters that spell out the viruses genetic code..
"john lab" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"It was, you know, please watch must. This is absolutely true. Have verification. Hey, yeah, And then nothing happened And she's gone radio silent on me. And I wonder what happens in those moments with the conspiracy theorist? You know, I wonder what happens when you get to the year 2000 and the world hasn't ended and you're sitting down there in your bunker going Walks. Yeah, Yeah. How do you come back from that? I mean, that has to be a little rough. Here is my theory on here In Indianapolis, They boarded up half the circle like they're redoing TJ Maxx there on Illinois. Across the book of Rao. They boarded that back up in. My theory is that they don't want to get accused of racism because how dare you board up your businesses when verdict's coming down from Kentucky and Briana Taylor or the verdict of the duration, read or or anything else with the social justice? Riot. You boarded up for that. But you didn't board up for these crazy white right wing Donald Trump Q and on a protesters that wanted to take over the capital and cause a coup. I think that's what some businesses were afraid of being accused of bias and racism. Yeah, it could have been politically motivated and hero to the environment right now that were in sweet, no matter what we say someone's angry with us. You know, I've been astounded at some of the comments that we get online and People just think that we have. We have become traitors to our country, and we turned our backs on Trump. And you know, here's the thing about you know all these conspiracies. Sometimes it really isn't the conspiracy. Sometimes the disaster in the truth painful though it may be. It's out there for all of us to see. And I think integrity, you know, especially when you're in politics. Integrity is is sort of a rarity. But I think we all know what happened in this last election, which was that if Donald Trump had stayed on point, and if he did just close his mouth, not gotten involved in the petty battles if you just stayed off Twitter, if he did just stayed on point, stayed on message and not engaged with the media the way that he did. He'd be sitting in the White House right now, but that's not who he is. And he was never able to move out of the campaign mode that he was in in 2016. He just always had to hit back. That was one of his. I said this online there the day I think Donald Trump ultimately will go down as the best and the worst thing to happen to the Republican Party because he did so much under his administration. It accomplished so much. That was great for the country, and now so much of it is going to be undone because he couldn't pull himself back and no one could pull him back. God called a zone. May I got called Because I said, I believe there were there were Regularities and inaccuracies. And there was stuff to be concerned about in the election. I said, however, I didn't feel there was enough evidence. I didn't see ever enough evidence to overturn an election. I had Trump supporters calling me a pink okami. It's a great a great term from the fifties and sixties like Cuban, you know, the missile crisis and rushing you peek Okami. 11 thing I wanted to get to because we're talking with Brian Baker here. Writer producer host here in 93. W I. B. C and you're talking about some of the things that Biden is doing toe undo. President Trump a lot of these executive orders Tell me about the Keystone Pipeline Man. 10,000 jobs gone just like that, with one swipe of a pen from Joe Biden. Where do you land on the Keystone pipeline? And what's going on? What people don't know about that. Yeah. These are things that really sound great on the surface, don't they? And they appease the party and they plead. They appeased the masses who are primarily morons. But the fact is that Keystone pipeline, actually, long term was going to be an environmental benefit for us as well. It's a benefit to the country economically because We ship in oil down through a pipeline that is well guarded its established and it's being maintained versus putting the oil on freight cards and shipping it across the country. So good job on that. Not to mention the fact that we've just killed jobs in the middle of a pandemic. And on top of that. Well, well, we've got that going on. He's talking about now that he wants to ban the fracking on federal lands. Okay, that represents about 15%, but those air jobs you don't start killing John. Labs in the middle of a pandemic and in what is essentially a recession. It's just kind of masquerading as a study economy, but that's because the government supporting it You know, if you're if you're supporting your lifestyle on a credit card eventually that's gonna catch up to you. So is that kind of what we've got? Probably about 90 seconds left here with Brian Baker 93 WBC. The stock market is I mean, you've hosted syndicated programs before with financial experts. You've worked on that side of the industry. I find a perplexing still, that the stock market is is primarily in the green and up where it was before Cove. It hit. Yeah, that's not necessarily uncommon. If you look historically After a Democrat comes into office, you'll very often see a spike and then long term, you start to see kind of decline. Some of those rules don't apply the way that they used to. But in general when you have more regulation, and certainly I think with Biden he's talking about this $15 minimum wage, talking about environmental regulations. All the things that make it more expensive to do business are ultimately bad for these companies, and they're bad for profits. But here's the interesting thing night. If you look at just overall global profits, you could look at Your companies and go. Oh, yeah, they they've done well on and they they've just been growing by leaps and bounds. But they're on the whole. The global economy and global industries have actually not going up that much in profits. It's just that people are flooding money into those markets. And so the valuations have gone up even though the profits have stayed the same. Hey, Brian. I could talk for another 15 minutes, man. Let's do this again real soon. What are you working on A wi be si dot com And when working people find Maura of Brian Baker actually have just been arguing with our digital department about that today. You confined you could find out myself. It's on the breakdown. I also want to let you know that daily overheard dot com is going to be launching in about 30 days. Yes, and they're bringing overheard back. I like it. Yeah, And there'll be a lot of content there as well as video content, And there's something else I was supposed to be mentioning by forgotten what this at what are you still doing? Twitter at net doing at Naptown Bride? I'm there until they kicked me off. Okay, man. Hey, Brian Baker 93 w. ABC host and producer and writer. You are the best. Have a great weekend. Thanks, buddy. It's a great time to get a great deal on a new car..
"john lab" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast
"Oh yes so. This is one of the things. I'm most proud of Many progressive district attorneys and even conservative always claim. They have a conviction integrity bureau. You department You know it's it's there. It doesn't do anything but there as they say they have. It is hilarious simpsons episode where lisa simpson ask mr byrne what percentage you give to charity. And he said zero percent zero percent right so for me from equity right. We have the integrity review bureau. And there's four pillars of that marjorie case integrity which you just heard me talk to Dan about from west roxbury. There are pressuring events that when they happen with my three hundred fifty employees at my fourteen different work locations. I want coming directly up to the seventh floor. Which is the executive war. So it's a grand jury. No bill if a motion to dismiss his granted if a motion to suppress is granted if there is a sustained batson source challenge which is when your impaneling jury and you. Are you know challenging. Everyone with the jewish Last name or something you know discriminatory. Let's say when there is a mistrial when there is a directed verdict and then anything that has slipped on appeal. When those things happen. My floor needs to be notified about it. So either my general counsel my first assistance that's case integrity conviction integrity is arnie. King right is claims of actual innocence. So whether it's fred clay or whether it is james watson Those are cases where we look at this and say whether you're innocent or guilty You did not get a fair price either. Because arnie kings case every black you're struck and that was the position of my office. The newman flanigan's and garrett burns who were me but however many years ago had you know unwritten policies that they'd strike all the black jurors so an all white jury convicted arne king of murder and the problem is is john lab Was murdered by arne king. No one disputes that But arne king didn't get a fair trial because of you know racist practices of our office. So what we did with. Arnie was he was able to plea down to manslaughter. Time served are had served forty nine years manslaughter. Captain twenty. the last thing is is sentencing integrity where we have the case today. The valentine taste that you'll be hearing about later. I believe and the last pillar after case conviction. Sentencing integrity is the lead database. Which you've heard a lot about people. Call it the brady list where we are now holding police officers accountable when they are you know charged with crimes accused of being racist or using excessive force or found incredible and..
"john lab" Discussed on Impact Boom
"Collaboration on Coakley issue yet such good point. Yes. In American, these topics that will most certainly be unpacked. This is social enterprise will form, which is going fully digital, and that's from the twenty first, the twenty fifth of September, two, thousand twenty and yes, you're speaker this year and it is the first year that the form is going full online and that's obviously thanks to carbon nineteen as well. So we over forty thousand entrepreneurs that are expected to attained, what are you looking forward to about as he w digital the I'm a big admirers and a big supporter also a social enterprise where not in on the one and I think the Social Enterprise Award for of of that name for me to legion with relearn knocks of things which I usually do on here and specially your. Nature off the word for him I think what I have learned from getting. Up. Neatly, from being traveler of being around travelers hundred plus days a year I will the most interesting to organize my time in a way that I can get the best of the best examples around the world and best. British around the world and it'll be better health me to organize my time my schedule and make the best use. The emotions that are leading to uncover and get more inspired fumbles and much absolately mobile come to see the actual bid. Bloody. Great Wake. So, yes, talking about inspiring projects or initiatives which ones have you come across recently that creating some great positive social change. It reminds a very interesting that instantly Tom Across was a socialist Mauritian lab which have for the first time need the word and the social innovation lab is again in this time over have been stabbed in the the more religious India and this. Is Helping Halloween talk to accelerate the local solutions from the global problems and this. Will also be shown on September during the New York Fashion Week somewhat summit where in these women who are tackling the global problem. So local solutions, it's as much John Lab in. English translation is allow the Hawk which breasts and so I think that's one of incredible president that had. An another another. Dimension, as the organization Bar bad for again she is India is helping transform the energy excess problem in the most rural and the most unbelievable parts of the world by creating and developing solar mamas in business women are obnoxious owner ring unions and the light they call religious communities of the rain has. So I I energy being one of the biggest challenge which we developing countries in space. Now, this is one of incredible examples that I've. Fantastic Greg's apples a ash. So to finish off thin what books or Raizal says, would you recommend to our listeners? I have been on the listener everytime ike number social enterprise world. Before that when I started my. something. Means my mission is still have you know deb up the world's poorest. Club socials get to that point I'm constantly following and reading to more special books, which is also part of my bio. One is founders mentality, which is Mike James Centerman. They are mostly a partners as been company. This book is a very classical distillation off the essence of Saunders spiky of what it's more sustainable businesses, and so learning from the examples of his arching needs and leadership. The mindset that these doesn't inspired Milazzo I'm kwan spent. This and Following the developments and the second one is conscious capitalism by lots sold the about limiting the hero experience of business and how end business alleviate over elevate. Joy liked. To all time travel books that I'm constantly updating southwest fantastic suggestions, national links through to those books in the article online. So yes, it's been an absolute pleasure talking to you as always, and we'll look forward to seeing you at. Year and following your journey as is the. Thanks again tonight Jackson time. Thanks, for listening to impact, burn your find links to the initiatives people, and as mentioned in the podcast on impact the rogue please leave comments below and remember will be publishing fresh. Insights you create positive impact every week on the website facebook page and widow..
"john lab" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Like baseball Glove base by love baseball, But I have to. I liked being there and watching it. Then I get really into it. Oh, I can watch it on TV. I can listen to it. I Yeah, I love baseball. So I'm kind of excited about this. I think it's going to be fun. Are you a baseball fan? Julia that has this. Just just Tio stat cards are still out there because you see the guys out in the like the nosebleed seats at Target field in there writing down all the stuff, you know, The funny thing is okay, so I've always been into sports my whole life and I might be of listen, Seattle who? Maybe we'll probably listen, Listen three days and call me about it. He listens to our show. He was never into sports, and she ends up marrying someone who is high up in baseball organizations, and I was kind of high up with Seattle Mariners. And she learned how to sew so she would be interested in the games, made herself learn how to do the score. Okay, but she'd sit there because I have no idea. You know, that was a 3791 or whatever. I don't care because I don't know. I just know when how many out, sir and everything, but it just made me laugh so hard. So she did that to try to get interested in the gay. I see. You know to show. Okay. This is our life. Yes, I'm going to do deep down. I'm going to do the deep dive. Noah, What's going on? I get that. No, Ali. That's not me. Yes. You like the ambiance of sporting events. I love it when my kids were sports, You know their family. We were sports. You're sporty. Ofcourse I'm sporty Spice, I I think so. I will say last night I did be two people in tennis. I haven't bit beat ever. So that was a big day for me. Okay, So you just did something Britney and I don't know. Holly. If this has ever even been on your list, it's coming. Gone off mine. But you skydive. I went skydiving that were my sister in law. So my husband's sister He recently got a divorce and she was like I either want a dragon flag fly tattoo Ar r go skydiving, and I was like one's more permanent than the other. I was like, Let's go. Scott, I need to tell you figure out that it's the right answer The pictures permanent. Let's get a little more clarification on what you want on your body forever. And I will go skydiving. So I think it was a three weeks ago and I've never gone skydiving before my husband had but me and his sister had not. And it was so fun. You know, it was fun. It was fun to be excited and nervous about something or to have feelings. Okay in anomaly, dead inside. Interesting to be like that might be a pandemic. Week 18. Emotion like my stand feeling. It was racing to care about my own life and You have scarier than scary, though no needs someone to push you out? No. But I I was the last one to jump. So I watched my sister in law and my husband go first. Didn't do a tandem. Yes. Oh, God. Yes. Yeah, Living like, learn how to skydive before again when you go tandem. You literally are a baby Bjorn on somebody Sure. And you don't have any responsibilities. I was like here. I'll show up and go be a limp body connected to somebody. And thank goodness my husband's tandem. Jumper was really hot and mine of something. But mine was cute, but not hot. Because I don't even know how to act. If they would have been a hot yes, and that you had to tie up T you going to sit on their lap? And like so, like Mike, I was kind of like me like a goofball. We're joking on. He was very cute, but my husband's guy like watching them. I was like into watching them be tandem together. Baby Bjorn action on so funny, though, because you're supposed to be focusing on doing the right thing and everything. And if you would be had to be nervous about being with someone so hard that your title been stressful Thank you. I was like, Oh, I pulled myself What if I like flirt with him? Weirdly wide? My husband's attached tonight. Like what, if, like all these other things It just was perfect because I got to watch this like he had, like lupine eyes. He was like wolf like he was tall, little telling my husband my husband Todd was just like, Yeah, Like watching my husband be baby Bjorn by this other guy that sister super, so it's kind of like, so much was happening. I didn't get scared like I watched those to jump, but I was the last one. Was my time to go. I was like, Oh, Are you? Nothing like what's the feeling? It's so surreal, Like when you look out the window of a plane and now you're going to be jumping. You're like this isn't gonna happen, and then it's happening. You're like on it's so quick. Everything that happened so quick, your falling you're falling you're following. They're trying to communicate Weird tappings, But again, I didn't learn anything during that. You just said just body. Just take care of me. Just make Tell me what I put my feet down. So I claim that I wasn't going to talk to the person attached to me at all. I can already see you, like, Roll your eyes. Oh, you've talked the whole time attacked the hold. I ruined everything like I was like, I'm gonna not talk. I'm just gonna like experience. I'm gonna experience that I'm going to be that and all of a sudden, I mean this guy or like shouting out like song lyrics to people and like it was so fun. That's hysterical, because, like you said the other day when you were in here when people give you gifts, The one thing that you're supposed to do is keep your mouth shut because you ruin everything. You can't keep your mouth shut. No, I think it's a real problem my relationships and was I'm not keeping my mouth shut. It's just not gonna happen. Keep trying. Really? Why? I mean, change and good point. Matt. Have you ever skydived I have. Oh, yeah, I'm like over here Dying to chime in because arms up, but I can't really say Oh, no, I know this isn't really my segment, but oh, I was the weirdest thing in the world. Thank you that I think that's a compliment. I don't confine into my box on DH. I agree. It is the strangest I was strapped to a guy named John. Okay, and we just sat there. I sat on John's lab. We're flying, You know is that what you do on the plane? You sit on your back and sit like on top of that. I've sat on this guy named John's lap in Texas. My guy's name was his nickname was Bird. Okay, that's very pretty. And any I agree it goes so fast. And my story always tell is this Hey, hey, told me this big, elaborate thing like, Hey, when we swing your legs out the door, I'm going to shake your arms And then you have to Then put your cross your arms in front of you so that they don't go flailing and then more And then we're going to go. So I put my legs out. And then he I felt him start to shake my arms and my brain went. Okay, Matt, this is when you're supposed to cross your and before I could even move my art boom. We're out of the plane. It just happens and she's right. It's so fast, you know, before then, before you know, the chute comes out in your Sailing down. I think that Matt, they just knew I was either dumb or wasn't paying attention because I literally he gave me no direction he goes, We'll reconvene. Once we get good like I had, like the free flow and kind of guy that's cool. Yeah, I love that I would do it again. Okay, It's nerve wracking going up, you know, and you to sign this gigantic waiver and it's It just makes you think, you know, but it was. It was a rush. Have fun. I think it would be scarier if I had any responsibilities during Don't usually like feels when you have a size to be a passenger anywhere sometimes how I feel about this show like I just had no up And I've you, baby Bjorn me through the whole thing that I just give you new Acme and villain. Very sorry. We're going to take a quick break, and when we come back, we do have Daddy be.
"john lab" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"And Director of the UK, Carbon Capture and storage research. He spent the past eighteen years trying to develop a technology that actually captures and removes carbon from the environment. John had his lightbulb moment back in two thousand and two was. Capture and storage conference in Kyoto. On capturing. Co To. Effectively. And what you could do it. Plead easily from conventional sources than people thought to understand what John's talking about you. I have to understand what? Is, it stands for Carbon Capture Utilization and storage and basically. CCUS is a range of technologies that are focused on removing carbon from the biosphere and storing it or using it for something else. It's a concept that's been around for nearly a century. The first capture technologies about nineteen thirty actually, and that was for people who wanted to to use for things a chemical reactions. Of Fizzy drinks actually. And it's quite effective the method used more or less than methods using now. With with very very minor changes, but just because the technology is available doesn't mean the public is willing to invest in it. So in addition to being a scientist, John's also had to become a public advocate for see us. He's authored over sixty five papers and one hundred articles and reports on CCS and related topics. Despite the technologies promise getting people to consider. CCS has been. An uphill battle. One of the challenges is converting people who are opposed to fossil fuels full. Stop the multi move to a post fossil economy. Which is fine, but we probably don't want to bet the plan on doing it within two years oddly enough. Another opposition group are other green energy initiatives since developing and deploying CCUS technology's really isn't viable without investments which come in the form of subsidies. They're competing with other green tech for those subsidies. The. Competition subsidy that's just just live what you expecting the you talking about multibillion dollar in the space? Of course they want to preserve that. Their income straight in the UK John Labs an independent group called the committee on Climate Change Powder report in two thousand nineteen that includes a commitment to get to net zero emissions by the year twenty fifty, and they've specifically listed CCS as a necessary tool for getting their John Hopes that by committing to CCS technologies, the UK will set a political example for the world to follow. Actually doesn't care how much energy humans have deployment and he cares about how much fossil calvin goes into the atmosphere. And Carbon Capture and storage. Is the other thing that addresses that really directly? It goes to the root of the problem. And it breaks this million year habit of just dumping fossil cubbon. Any comb duck sightings, the atmosphere and letting nation sort it out. Oh Whether? It's wind energy, implementing smart growth for cities or CCUS a lot of the technology. We need to make serious dense and our Global Co. two emissions is already available today. One could argue that it's technology that got us into a climate mess. In the first place, the machines we rely on to live our lives to move around and farmer food and light our homes. It's all energy intensive, but this technology has created by people in used by people in the end will be people who decide whether use technology in a way that helps or hurts this planet we live on. I'm Molly Schwartz..
"john lab" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond
"It says meanwhile China's threatened Australia with severe economic consequences if they continue to investigate the origin the pandemic now we have to realize guys the same concept and I'll leave it here. The same concept in regards to the investigation. Australia is just a vassal state of the. Us government that everybody knows that right they they are completely subservient to US GOVERNMENT INTERESTS. So the scene point applies. Why would they allow them to come in to manipulate the situation? I mean just think about that for a moment now if we have like. Let's say a U. N. investigation that China refuses. I would think that was a little bit suspicious and I will talk about that but until we get to the point to where you have something. That's more reputable. This seems like nothing to me. This seems like an over seems like a reaching effort to blame somebody because that's a political motivation. That's my take on it. I think it should be very clear that I've continued to say that. I think that this is definitely a possibility but here again is the point to come through all of this that we still have standing up today and saying well. They did this and hiding the origin. Based on his opinion no based on the evidence even though the evidence that we just went over says the exact opposite when they're saying that they are posing a threat to the world by hiding this thing that we're all aware of like right now right still. That's what they're saying. And this is absolutely unreal. This is the Chinese. Communist Party has no responsibility to tell the world how fantastic guy out of China and all across the world. Now remember what Dr Rutaro and plenty of other people suggested thing about. How stupid is to suggest that this thing somehow left China and then jumped over all these other places and went over to Europe to into Iran. Win over the United States. In fact at the evidence is showing you know was prevalence of these places in November. 'cause that totally makes sense right so we need to know how it got out. How do we find out if it even started their first before we start doing that? Do we not realise that. Do not realize the evidence that's coming out of multiple locations right now most of them. Us allies at this point. Taiwan south South South Korea Italy. These people have all said. The evidence shows very clearly that they had evidence that this was happening before December. Which then clearly means that the timeline. They're forcing in which then means that they were hiding it right or I'll take that back. They've still could be. I think they're all hiding it to some degree anyway. But the point is the narrative of the timeline is completely wrong so when he stands up and says that we need to know how it got from China to us. He's trying to cement in your mind. That's the that's what you're just like as always when you're asking the wrong question. They don't care what the answers are so right. Now you're discussing. How win and how it got out of China? Not if it did win in debt. But we're just on the point that it came from China that's the established fact. Now we need to find out how win and whether or not they did something else. That's a classic propaganda tactic now says White House Adviser Jared Kushner. Trump's son-in-law also said Wednesday that trump has ordered an investigation and the orange the virus now the invest. He's asking for people to look at lab. If you actually want to investigate the origins the virus you would do a hell of a lot more than try to look at the one place that you want to tell people. It's from there already saying it's from there. So why would you give them access to something? They're trying to cultivate and it says and hold those responsible accountable for its spread already suggesting that they're responsible now says might that include Dr Anthony Fauci. Who has the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases? Which by the way this guys totally suspect? I just think that this over this ridiculous focus clearly is meant to make him the scapegoat. So trump is in no way responsible for anything that happens. Here is just ridiculous. They're all responsible and they're all suspects but this is the this is zero hedge putting in their two cents. Might that include Valgy. Who had the National Student Allergy Infectious Diseases? Which committed gin. Here's the point which that other guy got wildly wrong. Three point seven million over six years to the Wuhan Scientists Studying Bat Corona viruses right. Why is that the point because it points to so many that they can make the straw man he is the guy he's the one right. We're going to ignore for the moment that we just mentioned Galveston working with John Lab that we talked about North Carolina University Selling Corona virus material to the Wuhan Lap that the Pentagon works there. Dietrich works with them that we have way more than three point. Seven over six years which really is nothing in comparison. What we deal with. Today we have a lot more than that flying a lot of different directions in both ways. I mean if you ever look at James Corbett research about the weird connections behind the scenes between the US and China. I mean there are all kinds of crossovers in their military committee their military equipment and everything. There's far more overlapping than we know about so to make this out to be something. Nefarious is just dishonest. Like everything else were pointing out but again I should stress that I think voucher is absolutely part of this problem. All of these people that are tied up with the profit motive. And what's going on? But this just never ends the disinformation. The propaganda never ends in here now. Pompeii on the same. This is the same discussion. He's calling for them to provide access to wrap right. We're hearing we need to give us access to this lap. He knew he saying this again. Today reiterating you have to give us access again that they would never in a million years allow China access to anything that they have wipe will because they're going to lie about it. Well that's exactly the point okay. Well here's an alternative for you. This is everyone's pointing this now saying well. Why wouldn't they write walk because they they're hiding something right of course because they won't let them have access while they're within a Max as well. Here's the same point in reverse. We've continued to point out that we have a lot of very clear evidence in regard to the Wuhan Military Games tied back to Fort Dietrich Tie back to the vaping illness and the different nursing homes at all weirdly had the exact same symptoms of what's dealing with now the Grauso passing lungs. Everything was the same thing that we never explained. Neither one was explained. Wouldn't you think that would be something to go? Hey wait a minute. Maybe that was cove thanking now. Don't care but here's the here's China saying the urging the US to release their health INFO on military athletes. Who came to we want? Do you think they're going to do that? Of course they want the. How is that any different because the narrative as far as the middle of the US in the mainstream is forcing is that they're the one on the hook they have to do it? We're staying because we've already blamed them even though we don't know for sure even own data says that we don't know and there's no smoking gun and there's no evidence actually proves that it came from that lab but sure we already said it so let's just run with it so China bad guy so you have to let us in so we can do whatever we want but as there have every right to do the same thing. Here's China saying well. We think you might have brought this to us. So we want evidence or rather just in insight into the health information about those people so if they're going to be allowed access to the lab how it would just make the deal that went if that sure have access to lab as long as you release the info about the military athletes who came to the Wuhan Military Games. You see that guys. You see how it's always one sided in this two party nonsense. It's just so frustrating because this is exactly the same thing now. Here's another interesting point for you guys in the Misrepresentation. Someone just sent this to me today. Mortality Death rate per one hundred thousand population. Now this by the way I have right here and this these are based on one million. And they're they're those same so trump and brick. Dr Burks used to imply China light. Now this this is just them but this is what we're seeing that large idea that look at how low it is. That can't be true right when you're just looking at the the one side here right. So you're saying look at that. Forty eight point nine forty three point all the. Oh my God. It's so high in China point three. There's no way and I trust me. I think that's I would almost guarantee that China is misrepresenting their numbers but based on the logic that just because it's low they must be lying as the person points out but they somehow didn't show these numbers right. What about South Korea? Who was apparently a hot spot? That's point five. Japan Point Five Australia point. Three Singapore point to Taiwan below point one Hong Kong Hong Kong below point. One now. Any of these could be lied about. I would argue all these governments or some degree probably misrepresent the numbers for political reasons but based on their logic and the numbers that they're showing when you only show this side of it that seems to make it be okay. Well that's weird but when you actually look at the numbers and you find out that as we can look at Hong Kong which was here you can see based on you know deaths per one million three point five. I mean it's just it's low and by the way these these numbers have changed since this was up. This is this I believe is from like a week ago or so many days ago. And you know these numbers radically change but the bottom line is looking at Lois right. So the idea is that if you're gonNA pretend that China's number in this case it's three per one million as what they're claiming which I think is probably wrong if you're gonNA claim that in and of itself suggests they're lying then. Why isn't South Korea line? Why isn't Japan lying South Korea specifically because that was supposed to be a huge hotspot? You're not supposed to think too hard to this. You're not supposed to apply logic. You're just supposed to blindly go. Yeah China bad guy. That's what they want and again since we're looking at this we need to continue to realize that you either take this at face value or you don't trust any of it you don't pick and choose which you think or telling the truth and what you're lying because of your political agenda right. We'll I'm Republican so the. Us numbers are correct and China's line right. That's how it goes and it's not just the left and right all of the murder seed all of them suffering from trump derangement syndrome but the bottom line is that based on the numbers however you WanNa take it. It's very clear that it's overwhelmingly happening in this country which needs to be something that you consider which needs to be something that you ask yourself. Could that be indicative of something like? I don't know exactly what happened in the Spanish flu right. The Spanish flu that was actually actually began in Kansas. Which is which is a historical fact by the way it began in Kansas the US government covered up.
"john lab" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"The lab at he's. This is just the morning fucking up because not only where we running -ly, then our stream couldn't get up just drama. Seychas not going our way. There's so much traffic in New York. If you live here, you know, sorry for the delay, but you know, it's Friday, we're running on Friday tie running on Friday time. I really like I was practicing each online. I got in my head, and then I stopped for two minutes, and then we start. Is them different to literally. If I get different from the job. It's, it's all to the tune of, we've got the funk, snitch. John lab. I get sorry. I, but then wanna see chess it. It's hard. It's hard. This is hard for her. And yet she graduated from in my union guys, not yet fingers, crowding, or scrawl after they drag them on my story totally. How did your Tesco yesterday? The first one was garbage and so hard in the second one was fine. But, like, whatever as long as pass, it's all the matters, I'm getting call from Morocco should I pick east get degrees? My friend, totally. I know I studied to get Assi. Some people study to get, as I said, he'd get sees. He's degrees boobs. Any of these, we have a fun show for you today, because obviously, you know, we're going to deliver the pacified stories, but also, we have Mitchell, ten penny coming on a rising rising country music star. I'm a huge fan of his work snitch is going to see him in concert tonight. Opening up for Old Dominion, Madison Square Garden. And it's just good to get some country vibes up in here. I need some controve. I haven't had a country vibes in longtime kind of sound like a country. Vibrate. Now have a good voice. You're like my sticky shoes or, like, in pitch perfect.
"john lab" Discussed on Sidenote
"Pay. I Mitch and I'm Greg. And this is side note a podcast where every episode we chat about life and what stumping us right now, and then we research and splice in all the science and mind-blowing shipping it out. So you are entertained while simultaneously learning today? We're talking about Louis c. k. I remember the time I, I heard him use the f bomb as an the word related to gay people say that a bunch on today's show, so healthy. Okay with that, Greg tells a really intense story about doing standup with a bunch of Dushi dudes. And then we debate whether or not Louis c. k. should even be allowed to do comedy. Okay. So what did we learn this week? Oh, buddy. We learned this week. Ooh, okay. This is what I think I learned about this week. 'cause I spent a lot of time with Ernie our puppy and it was by myself for the first time because Greg was away for work. And I feel like I, it's a mix of things I learned like a little bit more patients because it was a lot harder to do it on my own. And then Secondly, you kind of see the result of just like consistency and structure John lab. I love structure, you're right. I think I don't love it. Sometimes with them when I saw the result of it, I was really happy that it was like come together because the beginning of the week because it was a new structure like it was just me having to do all the house. It was really chaotic and I felt like he was actually chaotic and not like being bad, but like I was getting frustrated, doggy bad girl, batboy, whatever. And then he eventually sorted like to listen and get the schedule by the end of the week. I actually like the last two days. I was just like so happy. And we were just like playing and cuddling and. Did you structure into this is like a really back door way of me being guess, stuck. Yeah, so it's just nice. It's a nice reminder that like sometimes things that you want to happen right away does don't. And it's really frustrating. It just takes like micro transactions through many days, many years, many, whatever to see results, and that is life. And that is a nice lesson for life. You know, you wanna learn something. You really just have to put in that time. You wanna lose weight or gain muscle. It's like you want the results now, but you just have to start just have to put it in over long periods of time. So that's what I learned. What did you love? How you learn something Boba? Then it turns you into like you're gonna get smart. I feel everything's all the time, but I like what I really learned is that like the entertainment industry is an industry and so because we were in New York is very interesting because we got to work with some really awesome people including during McKesson Brooks from orange, his new black and literally might be on say with which is good fury from my favorite podcast, the read. So crystal is also the host of also maybe on say, but it was insane. We were so nervous, Rachel, our producer also is obsessed with them. My point is that like you glorify these people and this industry so much in your head. I always have done in my whole life like literally bald is out to every popstar ever hush take, then you see it and it's like they were so good. I loved working with them. They were so helpful, but they're exhausted and it's fun to show up somewhere and have to like learn lines immediately like it just makes you realize that all these people that you like watch them just like perform at the Vienna. Is there something and you're like their job is so spe- like they just you just glorify this industry so much, but it's actually really hard. It, it's full of anxiety and like re they were so great to us, but we were asking them to do something really challenging and just like putting myself in their shoes..
"john lab" Discussed on The Pulse
"So these are larvae zebra fish there about five days old you know if you give me a lot of latitude there roughly equivalent to a child and their resemblance to us on a genetic level you know there's more commonality than there is similarly that's child neurologist zhang row he's a pediatrician and researcher depres lab made the fish with epilepsy and zhang's lab is testing drugs on them he and deborah wanted to find a treatment that would do something different imagine that each brain cell is a city and if the energy grid is disrupted power goes out and most things won't work properly the scientists are working to identify an epilepsy drug that maintains a stable flow of energy within each brain cell kind of like you know saying the city with the energy grid is functioning optimally the researchers worked through a library of more than nine hundred medicines already approved to treat other conditions when you're using mice this is the trial and error stuff that can take years mice need about three weeks to give birth and they only have about eight to ten babies at a time but zebra fish can lay more than two hundred eggs every week they're also cheap and easy to store so you can have a lot more zebra fish breeding at the same time to find out how a speck of a fish can sub in for a mouse i stopped by john's lab where says are griffey lovitz shows me the setup look into the microscope and what you are going to see the larva and then you're going to notice an electrode that will go into the brain on this larva so there's a giant microscope and liquid running through a tube in between two glass slides sandwiched in between those slides is a live zebra fish larva modified to have epilepsy so you can look to you.
"john lab" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"I yet to see a twenty twenty promo that wasn't promoting an explosive twenty twenty special every week explosions one hundred eighty three and one ninety why are we still interviewing jason kidd for mba coaching jobs dry fit technology amazing mariners plus seventeen astros plus one twenty two same record baseball michael crabtree said he doesn't have a choice but to leave the ravens wide receivers couple of things here what michael you do have a choice to name another raven wide receiver i dare you three michael crabtree is a raven to gary we'll put it on the poll can you can you name a raven wide receiver did you know crabtree was a raven i did not it's amazing gronk confirmed he'll stop having sex to attend pats many camp johnny manziel gunslinger i'm telling you a tiger win is coming and it might be in two weeks at the us open it also might not be if anyone cares there seems to be pretty good evidence that payton manning took steroids calvin john lab their there does a barrier and all this jr smith stuff there's a big big story sitting out now you know how to get away with steroid committed to eljazeera after you've stopped laying we won't pay any attention jr smith you start walking around with that story to media members saying hey they digits he should he should be the answer to all the questions in the press conference is this peyton manning story calvin johnson said he's never coming back because he can't bend his ankles jesus the sport is unhealthy ninety five days it till the start of the nfl season how do you get through your daughter's eighth grade graduation party that's being held at your house by being a belligerent drunk.
"john lab" Discussed on The Cracked Podcast
"Right like what does that really sounds like a hot night or something i don't even understand what it could be unless it's him being chased by samis which was a john landis video i think i think john lab is maybe because i i think you're right that video they kind of just hand picked the best hollywood people tells us speaks to how good stan winston was because they were like we get the best guy in a tim you know i think he loved if i'm remembering this right i think he loved american werewolf in paris yeah john landis directed him yeah he loved american werewolf in paris and that was what was his influence for thriller and then when it came time to make video he's like well let's just get the guy right and then i think landes brought in stan winston goods i guess so yeah that song to like it i remember hearing monster mash as a kid oh yeah what was how's that saying is this just like a comedy short or something i don't get it then thriller i was like this is also some kind of novelty yeah something weird al song that but the video made it very credible in right it made it yeah yeah it change music video forever like you said yeah and vincent price entry vincent price in an intro outgrow yes get him get him and and also speaking of hollywood affects and creatures and stuff there's two guys here dennis moran and phil tippett both of them were visual effects artists who worked on everything and then also kinda survived and pushed the transition to computers because they dennis moran his first big job was all three original star wars movies he was basically broke basically going to leave hollywood the first star wars came along he did the first finnish effect shot in the movie which is the death star trench that they fly into and then there's a cannon shooting up.
"john lab" Discussed on RobinLynne
"I bought at the us on the whole meal mortar book i made those of followed handle as do all i hope i said how could last alka then guidry ozone second modest so jedi tired of the peoples lampoon as a mediator since that daily today than it was gay yet have enough bodies is there a importer monday morning janelle sick guests that and so no joke in saturday is go mobile data dikla mladic did you see next that hit out at the julie it'll get outta mcchord legitimate howell the number is go monet organ meat venture bizarre antimalarials self went to heal naturally and then called us on that seek it got us on the may get the unending milo bed swazi said peterman not morale though yes gives he may get dna implanted silken by john lab posse of unita where they can do woke up lagging obvious sat us you get more trouble they have missile gap tazoult ruled they had lipponen megan and down so no they how they have the debate has not yet located acquittal j got us in solo they have aided that got that can meet our body dopita's two two just simply i guess i bought at the us in a good deal male mahadeghwar came ethos of foul you donate us do or ball just simply i just i bought at the us died in con deal meal model book i made those of phabalri it'll eta's to all.
"john lab" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
"Yeah watch out for my daughter's lane download abish rob downli jar that go well wpr's yep not world while ruled don't listen a harsh yeah lawyer you'll never visit i've will fought death warm i need the jazz man of cars down jeff drive in in fr yawkey way you dodge was gone nn avoir well as john lab anymore it in why josh perkins absolutely john boyega sunday emma jamming of law rather than now by july nine both zags gone oman the aaa guy oh sarah give sanyang at home hey hang out online mike hadreas two there is much much of the mind two.
"john lab" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Yeah watch out for my daughter's lane download abish rob downli jar that go well wpr's yep not world while ruled don't listen a harsh yeah lawyer you'll never visit i've will fought death warm i need the jazz man of cars down jeff drive in in fr yawkey way you dodge was gone nn avoir well as john lab anymore it in why josh perkins absolutely john boyega sunday emma jamming of law rather than now by july nine both zags gone oman the aaa guy oh sarah give sanyang at home hey hang out online mike hadreas two there is much much of the mind two.
"john lab" Discussed on The Undefeated
"Kboi are you kidding me any heavy we are clintonyeltsin here too i wanna i wanna hear microphone the listen i want to hear our the everybody analyze ilet i hate the i hate to go back on this because we're we're moving four but who have you ever seen in your generation in your general have you ever seen a superstar in a key game melt like in any sport boxing foot jsoc marvel have you ever seen a a a superstar with a beard beer which you know obviously kelly as a competitive as a competitor before i answer this before i responded bill fellows john lab bill influence who are the answer and i i i can't fat but what you still can't tawes out his whole thieves there because he flaked on one game that he was then with the that he went to the show that attract your brain you want an assault took yes last slow to resolve act act like your car this report is proof in raza this is kylo from him i agree with kellyanne knock of you for way he but i definitely agree because you know john law had a bag game james harden had a beckham everyone has bad games in no matter what sport you're playing and we're not perfect where human so we can't take that won game seven away from all the accomplishments i think there are still great players and we can't strip the whole season from one bad game everybody has now one bad game so i agree with you kelly i i definitely agree thank you sir circular georgia july get a a an a mirror we've palme near the.