2 Burst results for "Joseph Wang"
"joseph wang" Discussed on The Café Bitcoin Podcast
"Absolutely, man. We just throw the party, but everyone else comes and shares their thoughts. And this community is just full of really bright people. So that's actually why I think we're going to win. This brain drain from all these different industries in the Bitcoin and just the intelligence of the people within this community just in mind-blowing. So we all just learned from each other. So cafe Bitcoin just brings it together, but it's the people that participate that makes it special. Brandon, what's up? Yeah, it was just curious. Anyone up here really, Sam, everybody wicked everyone. Joe. What are your thoughts on just moral hazard? You just touched on it. I'm just them opening up Pandora's box. I saw a great tongue in cheek comment, but I guess I really kind of, it can win to reality. I was like, hey, is BlackRock now? And once they're assets, all their homes they bought or underwater if they're out under already, can they just go and redeem them all power now? I mean, where does this end? Where does this, where does that stop at some point, just like, I think it was Joseph Wang the other day saying what the reverse with the repo reverse repo start as temporary measure in what O 8 O 9, we still have it today. You know, it's the old saying of what every government temporary program is, so that goes, right? So just wanted to get thoughts of what the moral hazard just wrote a few minute in a minute or two we have, I guess, anyone has thoughts on that. I have my hand raised for Sam's comment previously. I don't want to get back to that unless somebody wants to answer branded saint first. I can answer Brandon's. I think there is some kind of moral hazard here. And I think there's a lot of bigger investors, bigger billionaire investors who agree. There's a big debate right now, right? It's like two debates. There's one is like, is this a ballot or is this not a bailout? Will this create moral hazard or will this not create moral hazard? I think any time that the government intervenes and tries to save something from happening, where you had a lot of risk-taking or bad decisions made and there's no consequences, then that does create moral hazard because other market participants look at these events and say, okay, well, if we put on this risk, maybe they'll come in and save us anyway. And so it leads to distortions. And so no matter what you can kind of get granular with it and wonder, how is it going to create moral hazard? But I think if you just get broad big picture, it absolutely will create moral hazard. It's like binary. If it didn't happen, there would be less moral hazard. And so that's kind of how I view it.
"joseph wang" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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He is freedom nonstop twenty four hours a day seven days a week freedom freedom freedom freedom is what he's about so i was so happy when i am to realize that it really is like every part of his life like he's not just like a radio personality ono. Yeah this guy. He wants to walk amazing. He's i don't know how. I i don't know how does it. You know if the only thing that makes me realize he's not a government agent is just because of how much time he spends on a freedom. And you know that. No government agent bureaucrat. Would ever spend hundreds of hours a week. He's spending a lot of progress. It's livable view something that they would do. So i wanna talk a bit about something that may help people gain a little bit more freedom in their lives not necessarily from the state but in other areas of their life. Sometimes gaining more freedom means adopting a new technology. You know we talk a lot. About crypto currency here We talk a lot about decentralisation about software and the internet well this is from tech explore. Dot com wearable micro grid uses the human body to sustainably power small gadgets nanu engineers at the university of california san diego have developed a wearable micro grid that harvests and stores energy from the human body to power small electronics. It consists of three main parts. Sweat powered biofuel sales motion powered devices called tribal electric generators and energy storing super capacitors. All parts are flexible. Washable and can be screen printed onto clothing. God that's crazy. Would it be crazy to like. Buy a shirt. And that's your cell phone battery right or jacket. You know kinda gross to empowered by sweat. Well it's days three hundred pounds so it's not sweat so heat and all that is is involved as well. If you have a sweating problem you you can make more i mean. Now you're that you've taken a negative made it a positive that's an electrical joke. Negative positive people are going to be like. I want to date her. She sweats ally. My phone's os got battery. Because my girlfriend sweats a bunch. The technology reported in a paper published march ninth in nature. Communications draws inspiration from community micro grids democrat to create wearable systems that are powered sustainably reliably and independently said co first author lu yen a nanno engineering. Phd student at uc. San diego jacobs school of engineering. Just like a city micro grid integrates. A variety of local renewable power sources like wind and solar a wearable biker grid integrates devices that locally harvest energy from different parts of the body like sweat and movement while containing energy storage. The wearable micro grid is built from a combination of flexible electronic parts that were developed by the nanno bio electrics team of uc san diego. Nanno engineering professor. Joseph wang who is the director of the center for wearable sensors at uc san diego and corresponding author on the current study each part is screen printed onto a shirt and placed in a way that optimizes the amount of energy collected bio fuel cells. That harvest energy from sweat are located inside the shirt at the chest devices that convert energy from movement into electricity called tribal electric generators our position outside the shirt on the forearms and sides of the torso near the waste. They harvest energy from the swinging movement of the arms against the torso while walking or running so generating electricity just by basic human movements is what this is talking about. Super capacitors outside the shirt on the chess temporarily stored energy from both devices and then discharge it to power small electronics. I mean this actually could be getting people of freedom from the stay at least in a small way because like like if you were in texas during the snowstorm.