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"joule" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast
"Of substantial national importance. Your host for the program is David in Chicago, a D.C. based healthcare policy analyst and researcher. We invite you to comment on the program by visiting the healthcare policy podcast dot com. Now, here's David. Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host David and today a university of Saint Thomas engineering professor John Abraham joins me again to discuss the continuing rapid rise in ocean temperatures and what that means for human health. Professor Abraham John, welcome back to the program. Oh, it's a pleasure to be on David. Listeners may recall I discussed this topic with John last January specifically on the 18th. Professor Abraham's bios of course posted on the podcast website. Briefly on background as professor Abraham noted a year ago, oceans that cover 71% of the earth's surface, absorb around 93% of heat energy trapped by greenhouse gases, termed more formally ocean heat content since the start of the industrial age. Since the 1940s, again, ocean heat content has increased by 428 zetta joules or a billion trillion joules and a new ocean heat content record has been set nearly every year since 1991. As an aside, it's worth noting many believe ocean eat content is a better way of measuring anthropocentric warming because it is less variable on a year to year basis than surface
"joule" Discussed on Breaking Math Podcast
"Is something that can be created or destroyed, only moved around. It's also something that's needed to make any change between two components of any system. The question that naturally becomes, what are the limitations of moving energy around? Find out more when we covered this on the next episode of breaking math where we discussed thermodynamics. I'm Sophia, and this has been breaking math with me we head on Ariana rosa, thank you, Ariana. Thank you. And is there anything you'd like to plug anything you want to say to our audience? No plugs. No plugs, no words of wisdom. You don't have to. Say no to drugs. Millie, thank you for being on the show. Would you like to plug anything? Yes. I would love to plug nerd forensics anybody who's listening to breaking math right now that doesn't just spend their time listening to math podcast. If you have any interest in our history, movies, comic books, video games. I'm sure you'll find something that's a lot of fun on nerd forensics. And if you don't, send me an email at nerd forensics at Gmail dot com, tell me what you would like me to do in episode about. Otherwise, I just want my audience to know, I love them. Sounds great. And yeah, you can check that out anywhere if you got this podcast, you can find another podcast. I don't know how to end this episode. I just looking at the cats over there.
"joule" Discussed on Breaking Math Podcast
"joule" Discussed on Breaking Math Podcast
"Bodies of land. Well, the distance between bodies of land, you could point from one body of land to the other with a vector on that corresponds to a line segment, but the distance itself would be a scalar. Specifically is something that doesn't point. You know, if something can be measured in feet or so here's a good, here's a really good way to compare the two. A speed is a scalar while velocity is a vector. Because speed, if you go backwards, right? If you go backwards at ten miles an hour, you're still going ten miles an hour, right? If you go forward at ten miles an hour, you're going ten miles an hour. But if you, but if you look at velocity, if you reverse and you're going to ten miles an hour, you're going negative ten miles an hour. So the direction actually matters in a vector, specifically. Okay then. So cool. It sounds like everybody's up to speed on vectors. So now derivatives, derivatives are a rate of change with respect to some variable. So for example, miles per hour, the miles per hour is no, no. So for example, speed is a derivative of position. Over time. So basically the mount that's somebody's position changes over a period of time is their speed. Does that make sense intuitively? Yes. Yeah, and so the derivative, the derivative is like if you took home a fast I was going like right now and how fast I was going in one infinity of a second, so to speak. And divided it by the amount of time that elapsed, which is what that one infinity is of a second. And then we get a number. Of course, we can't actually do that so we use a concept called limits, where we do like, okay, what's the time here versus the time 5 minutes from now? And then it's like, okay, no, you reduce it to one second, then half a second, and then so forth. And then mathematically that gives us a derivatives. For anybody interested, the mathematical formulas limit as some variable H approaches zero of F of X plus H that is to say the function one teeny little bit above X minus F of X means so the difference between those two, all divided by H or the amount that the variable is changed and you just solve that. And we go back to the mountain example, the derivative of the elevation specifically was called the gradient since it's a two dimensional function, right? You got like a latitude and longitude, right? Yes. Right. Yeah, so if you take the height of the derivative of the height, I mean the gradient of the height with respect to the field, the what's called a we could call it D horizontal and D vertical or TH and DV or something D just meaning tiny little tiny little, almost like derivation. I don't know exactly where it comes from. But it's like a little change in X, the derivative of elevation with respect to the planar coordinates gives a mountain slope, which we were talking about earlier. So this is a case where the gradient, which is the type of derivative, gives a vector from something that was a scalar. Because height is a scalar, right? Does that make sense? Yes. And then we have partial derivatives. So back to our mountain example, if we want to see how fast the mountain height increases, if we go straight to the left or straight to the right, you know, straight horizontal straight vertical. That would be a partial derivative with respect to the vertical or the horizontal. Does that make sense? Yes. Yes. So we also have what's called the product rule of the chain rule. Just to quickly cover those, a product rule says that the derivative of two function multiplied together is equal to the derivative of the first times a second plus the derivative of the second times the first. And then the chain rule means that if we take the function of another function and take the derivative of all of that with respect to the inner variable, that is equal to the derivative of the inside times the derivative of the outside of the inside of changed. And then finally, we have the integral, so let's say at zero seconds, right, we're going we're stopped, right? In our car. And then at one second, we're going two miles an hour, two seconds. We're going four miles an hour, three seconds we're going 6 miles an hour and so forth, how can we use this information to find out how far we've gone? You'd measure speed and time. Yeah, you'd multiply distance exactly and distance is speed times time, is that apparent to everybody? Yes. Yeah, so 20 miles an hour times half an hour would be ten miles, obviously. So yeah, you would do that. You would sum it up over these tiny little intervals, right? And if you decrease the size of the intervals to basically zero to one over infinity or DX or whatever, we're using the X variable, it would be a better way to say it. We get what's called the integral, specifically the riemannian integral, we won't talk about the integral here. But the integral of velocity with respect to time is position. That is to say the summing up a velocity with respect to chunks of time is equal to the position traveled. Does that make sense to everybody? That makes sense. So what would the, let's see. What would the integral of the rate of weight loss of somebody over time? Give us their current weight? The difference in weight from when you started and when you ended it because it's about change. So that is an important thing about integral is that it is that when you integrate, you have to know where you start when you're in. Now where you start with it, but at least we start. And let's see, what would the what would the integral of the number one be? With respect to X being if you have X, Y, and Z being in three perpendicular coordinates like my hand right here, X, Y, and Z if we have the integral for X going from zero to two, Y going from zero to two, and Z going from zero to two. What would the integral of all that be? Say we don't have a hazard guess? Well, one is one is the constant value of things within it. But weirdly enough you're on the right track because we have to consider is the integral the integral since it's constant if we have the amount of area in every, because obviously we're describing a box, right? Yes. So if we're talking about summing up what we're talking about is the volume of the box. So if the integral from X goes from zero to two, Y goes from two to two and Z goes from zero to two. What would be the total volume of the box or the integral over the space? Well, that would be 8 units. Yep, because two times two times two. Yeah, zero to two being two across. That makes sense. Makes sense. All right, cool. And as y'all noticed, we need to derivatives. The derivative with distance with respect to time meters with respect to seconds is meters per second meters divided by seconds, whereas the derivative of munis per second with respect to time with respect to seconds is meters to seconds times seconds. So you multiply the units with the integral and you divide the first unit by the second with the derivative. And it's really hard to do integration closed form compared to derivation. Derivation is straightforward for basically any function. There are some functions that integrals are not known for. But they can always
"joule" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Opportunities tonight, 9 above a period of snow likely tonight, according to an inch in tomorrow high near 20°. Wind chills might 11 in both airports -18 in aurora -14 Allen Morris -5 of the lakefront at 9 20. After top three, this hour's wooder begins with a vengeance who will take a look at keeping pedestrians at Chicago's safe at crosswalks and sidewalks. Will you be able to political editor to correct the other more we'll have much more on that story on ad issue that Kim joule at 9 30. Well, there's a new employee at Loyola medicine's macneil hospital. Lead moxie, the latest addition to the nursing staff at McNeill hospital. Officials say PEEP PEEP or something like that. Chief nursing officer Jennifer scaring says she glides through the hallways and delivers medication, supplies and lab samples. Scaring us says robots are a key part of the future of healthcare. This is a great opportunity for us to think differently. And it is a resource that has proven its partnership and care delivery. It's a very friendly looking robot. It flashes heart eyes at you. It's almost like you want to personify it, but it is not a intelligent design. It is very much programmed. The robots work up to 18 hours a day and can open doors and elevators on their own. They travel from point a to point B with a programmed kiosk. So far, moxie has made 5000 deliveries. At least the fielding one O 5 9, wbm. The Pullman national monument on Chicago's four south side is getting some federal recognition. On Friday, the U.S. Senate passed the Pullman national historic park act, the legislation was sponsored by Illinois senators dick Durbin and Tammy Duckworth, and it gives the monument staff power to acquire more land and help with managerial operations. Pullman is the site of the first railway strike, is home of the first African American labor union and is considered the birthplace of Labor Day. Roger plummer one O 5 9. He's bringing financial gains to her district. Illinois representative Lauren Underwood announced she secured more than $20 million in federal funding for her 14th district residence as part of the final 2023 government funding package. She says the money will go toward 15 local projects to support families, expand access to healthcare, and foster economic growth in northern Illinois, Underwood, a member of the House appropriations committee, says these resources will make sure communities in her district are healthy, strong and thriving. The funding package now heads to President Biden's desk to be signed into law. Baron black one O 5 9 W BBM. We can't coming up as it continues to look at working from home several days a week. It's 9 22. For breakfast, lunch, or dinner, have your classic cut applewood smoked bacon brings flavor to the table, your whole family will love, and you'll feel good about serving. Find your flavor with Hatfield. Now available at your neighborhood Harris teeter. This is simply Hatfield
"joule" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"joule" Discussed on ESPN FC
"To beat Denmark or Frank's favorite. Spain then to take on Brazil in the quarter finals. So I imagine we're going to say Brazil, Argentina. Yep. And then we go semifinal, let's take it through to the other side of the bracket, England against the dark corner and then take us through Jules. Of course. Yeah, I mean, I've got England because I live here and I don't want them to expand me, so I can give them a really, really strong game. Then from there, of course. Yeah, France. France, Belgium and semifinal. So that means the final will be a repeat of 1998 joules. I think I said Franz Argentina in the final. Because you know, I think I think Messi and Argentina would be there really think they've got something special going on. And I think for France because I want fonts to win and I think they can win this. Even against Morgan's deodorant four years ago, maybe because there may be no favorite as Brazil Argentina are still think they can go all the way. And you Benjamin again in the revenge of four years ago, semifinal in another semifinal, which is always sweet, so yeah. It looks good. Who to win, who took up France? There we go. That was silly question. I wasn't Frank, especially today. I don't know if you saw Samuel eto's
"joule" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence
"The difference in France is that they are simply offering benefits to everybody regardless of whether they need them or not. And then trying to cap the price hikes they spend 64 billion so far. They frozen gas prices until at the end of 2022 and have kept the rise in electricity prices to about 4%. And they're subsidizing petrol at the pump. So Matt, it sounds like EU governments agree that they have to help their citizens. But not how. What are the risks of getting it wrong? One of the biggest risks is that you take away the incentive that citizens have to cut back on energy use. If you subsidize their use too heavily or if you cap the prices, then citizens have no reason to stop using electricity and gas. And you're going to see prices continue to rise. And in a couple of places, we've seen they have got it wrong. And Spain, for example, they have capped the price of gas to companies that use gas to generate electricity. And as a result, those companies have used more gas to generate electricity. Their consumption is actually gone up dramatically in the first half of the year. The other big risk is that if you do these kinds of interventions, country by country, you can end up bidding against each other. And you're not actually accomplishing anything for your citizens, you're just competing against each other to hand out more money to energy producers. So that's why it's so important to address this at a European level, and that's why the proposals that Ursula von der leyen, the head of the European Commission, made a couple of days ago and are so important. So tell us about those proposals. Ursula von der leyen has laid out 5 ideas. The first is a mandatory peak that would be imposed on each country.
"joule" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Can you ask for in terms of being able to step up to that? I know exactly what you can ask for. And that's Julia Lloyd. That's not to be unkind to her, but to be fair, I think, especially in the last few games, Jackie young has been really good on her. She's done awesome stuff fighting through screens just being extremely active off the ball and making it really hard for Juul to get any kind of any kind of real stuff going off screens. But Juul still had like probably 8 or 9 shots where she was pretty clean yesterday. Yeah. And she missed more than she. I mean, that's been her entire season. I thought, you know, maybe the last two weeks of the season, it looks like she was turning that around even in that game in Washington too. But it just hasn't been there for her, especially in this series. And honestly, that's the difference here. Like her defense has been really good. She's done a really good job playmaking. It's just the shots. If she's not going to be dual Lloyd making those tough buckets that are pull ups that are mostly open, like an open enough for joule Lloyd, then I just don't know if it's enough for Seattle offensively. That's a lot of why they won game one right there is because she sold up in the fashion industry there's a great point. 100%. And I tell you what, if game three and not go to overtime and Sue bird makes that and they don't make that layup, right? We'd have been talking about Joel Lloyd. Wait a minute talking about Joel Lloyd and the third quarter fourth quarter knocking down shots and taking over, right? And so I absolutely agree with you that she is The X Factor. It's so interesting because this is like a hot take, but I think for people who are going to understand why I'm saying this, like that team can be run through her. I understand why it's Ryan through stewie, right? Like obviously duh. But it can be run through her because you have to be intentional and getting her shots, right? Stewie is going to get shots because she's a workhorse. She's always in the right place, right time. She's a mismatch nightmare for anybody who's in front of her. But Juul, you have to work to get shots. Like, there has to be intention to make sure that she keeps the ball in her hand. And she's getting those looks and getting clean look. She does a very good job of working hard for her looks, right? Her step back three is like unguardable at moments and also mid range stuff. But they have to be intentional about getting her looks. But I will say for Seattle, I think watching that game back, all you go back and look, it's like, yo, we beat ourselves. Like they didn't have enough in overtime, literally enough in the tank to win that game. But to fight back the way that they did and they did it with other people having their moments and picking their spots, but finishing with Joel Lloyd doing what Joel Lloyd can do, like, you walk away like, yeah, that's all we got to do. You know what I'm saying? We just got to do it consistently. But I don't feel like I don't feel like how Connecticut feels in Chicago, Seattle feels to Vegas. I think they definitely feel like, yo, we're fine. You know what I'm saying? Hey, you lose one, and over time, it shouldn't have gotten that far. We got tired at the end. We got lax at the end. That's okay. We can replenish and come back together. But I think you just look and you're like, yo, we beat ourselves, but in the ways that we came back, we're able to fight and get there. It ain't no problem. They didn't have a problem. I definitely see this series going to 5 games. I don't think that Seattle is just going to lay down. I really don't. I think as powerful as Chelsea gray has been, which, to me, I think always in playoff situations in series, it's the point guards. Like it comes down to whose point guard is better. I truly believe every single time every series comes down to whose point guard is better. And that's the reason why the supers, the slots of the world have been in these situations over and over and over again because that is the cue the recipe. But there's just no point guard that's playing better than Chelsea gray right now. And I don't think that she's going to slow down. Even if she slows down, I think her production in terms of getting the ball to people who need to get it. And dishing it off is just going to be just as high to get her team to win. And so and that's obviously not talking about Asia Wilson and what Asia has been doing, right? Like to have 32 or 31, then come back and have 34, even if you travel at the end, like bro, she's killing regardless, you know? I do all this, Chelsea is a great point. The advanced numbers on what she's done in this postseason are just scary. It almost don't believe them. And you would think like her assist numbers are down. They're not down either. But leading lean league and points per play, PER, offensive rating. I mean, she's shooting 62% from three on nearly 66 attempts per game. I don't know
"joule" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"She got in there finished, got tagged, and sometimes you get to the line because you crash like that because people aren't positioned to defend. Well, and you know, I'm looking at why you're talking and looked up who else had offensive rebounds, because as you mentioned, as you had three. Williams also had three. Just got bunnies, man. You know? And it was a lot. I just watched them. Asia really boxing out in the whole Seattle team having to crunch down on her 'cause she has either Stephanie Talbot on her jewel Lloyd or someone. And then that ball squirting out to Rihanna Williams. And I think the other thing that you touched on is just capitalizing on those situations. Getting the offensive rebounds and getting 11 second chance points. They had 7 offensive rebounds and they had 6 more, both teams had 7 offensive rebounds in their respective wins. And aces at 6 more points, right? So just capitalizing on those mistakes, understanding the situation of like, this is a key moment. Like you just mentioned, offensive rebounds are key moments. Gates of free throw line, those can be key moments. I think the aces took the lead at the free throw line. Those are huge moments in the game where you can say, hey, we got this possession. Hey, we turn them over. We got an easy bucket. Those things really change your mentality. And so to capitalize on all those second chance opportunities was huge. I think for the aces and just a really great team win, and then you look at the turnovers. How happy is a series make you as a coach, just the turnovers you're so low. 9, 9 Las Vegas turnovers to Seattle 7. I mean, there's a reason that these two teams, you know, badly, because they're very clean when it comes to taking good care of the basketball. And you know, and a lot of those turnovers weren't live balls. So a lot of them are required to Williams driving and mishandle it on the baseline or whatever. Like there are just some little miss cues like that, the one at the end, Jackie young trying to save it, try to get a timeout, which I don't know. I would like to see different angles of that number. She almost, she almost got it. I know we only get the one angle, but I thought it was at all. I wanted to see, you know, multiple angles of that. But anyway, it just plays like that. So it wasn't like live ball situations where turned into, you know, a bucket full or a bushel full of buckets for the other team. Off of live ball situation. So yeah, I mean, you'd love to see that as a coach, like anything under 12, you know? I'm happy if you don't have, if you don't have those. And if they are 12, you know, you want at least more than half of them, you want them to just be miscues. Right. You don't want them to be, you know, throwing them in and no one can defend. Dead ball or better. Go out of bounds if you're going to turn it over, guys. It's still frustrating though. So I mean, it's still like, don't make a habit of it. Okay, that's enough. That one time is good. Hope you seem a bit very, very careful with the ball. It's made for kids. And now a lot of files in that game were more files than game two, but that was, it wasn't careless fouls, and that's what I think makes. I don't want to see careless files. I want to see good fouls on players going to the room. Oh, hey. Hi, Friends. Hello. All right. Do you, do we have anything else in this series? I think we kind of touched. I mean, you know, I want to see Jackie young to do a little bit better in her shooting, one of 9. That's like. Her and joule Lloyd, those two, you know, even with them not being efficient, offensively. Still, I mean, I think their key components key pieces, I thought, Jackie young's defense was tough, you know? I thought she did other things. Sometimes your shot's not falling. But what else are you doing to help the team? I mean, Brianna historic 32 points. Yeah, we didn't talk to the studio enough. I'm sorry. We should talk. We gotta talk about Stewart. We gotta talk about this here. The pull up, the pull ups that stoppable. Like, I know they were joking about this in the broadcast. The pull ups and stop a lot, there's not a player. I mean, Asia defensive player of the year, we'll talk about that later, but she couldn't stop it. She was something that jumper either. She's just long. What does she have a 7 one wingspan? Yeah. How are you going to? And even if you're right there, it's like you're going to close out here and she still has a release point because of her arms are so long. It's like not much you can do other than disrupt her catch. You know, and then try to disrupt her footwork as she's trying to get into that. But man, I don't know if I had secret sauce on that she wouldn't be shocked. She just like, it's also like, she uses her, like the balls appear up here, yeah. Very, very old old school. I would say release from Stewart and it just gets over everyone. And she's just been unstoppable. It's quick. It's almost to the point where like we just did.
"joule" Discussed on WTOP
"Presented by Capital One. I'm Monica rixon, New York, the Justice Department is the big focus of today's January 6th hearing. CBS Linda kenyon is in Washington. Illinois Republican representative Adam kinzinger opening the hearing saying former acting attorney general Jeffrey Rosen, and former acting Deputy Attorney General Richard Donoghue, were right to refuse to bow to presidential pressure. The president can not and must not use the department to serve his own personal interests. Then president Trump had considered ousting Rosen and Donahue and replacing them instead with Trump loyalist Jeffrey Clark. A major Supreme Court decision on gun rights today. Pure CBS Steven portnoy. The ruling strikes down a New York law that said gun owners must have proper cause to get a license to carry their pistols in public. Justice clarence Thomas's opinion builds on the courts 2008 decision that the Second Amendment guarantees the right of self defense inside the home. The court now says that right extends outside the home. The three liberal justices dissented with Stephen Breyer riding the ruling has potentially deadly consequences. Juul says it's appealing a new FDA ban on its electronic cigarettes. Greg Connolly is president of the American vaping association and says removing these products could lead to more actual cigarette smoking. Do you have a product come along that is about 1% the potential harm of cigarette smoking? And they just want to ban the product entirely. What's going to happen to the existing 1 million 2 million joule users, many of whom are off of cigarettes because of Juul. In Afghanistan, the Taliban is now asking for international help after yesterday's earthquake killed at least a thousand people. CBS's Charlie dagger. An orderly line of men prepare a row of graves for the victims of the earthquake. A
"joule" Discussed on WBUR
"Come on in Welcome home Thanks Thanks Really ought to change the locks So you've been here a while and presumably that's long enough to work out the petrol you took getting here Yes so I used exactly one 5th of a liter of petrol There's no way that the fuel dial is that precise No it's not So I set off with a full tank and then when I got here I drove to your petrol station down the road filled up saw how much more I had to put in to get it back to being full and that was .2 liters Okay so a 5th of a liter of petrol how much energy is that It's approximately 6 million joules Okay calculate a time So let's just convert that into stuff I understand 4184 joules is one calorie so 6 million joules is 1400 calories or about a 200 gram bar of chocolate So I didn't eat any snacks on the way here so can I say that I use zero jewels No because I reckon you probably use some energy from your fat reserves You had to mention the fat reserves I do have an impressive fat reserve when I made earlier for just such an experience So how do I work out how much of it I used So there's a formula You ready with a calculator Yeah shoot So the total number of calories you burnt is 14 times your weight in kilograms Divided by 200 and then multiply all of that by the length of the walk in minutes I burned a 166 calories Congratulations That is a small chocolate bar's worth of energy That's like one chocolate chip cookie So if I've only spent a 166 and you've spent 1400 calories I win and therefore walking is more efficient energy wise than driving Energy wise time wise not more efficient Okay But we're doing energy wise because Charlotte didn't mention time wise So it doesn't count because energy wise you had to transport both you and a thousand kilograms of cars So that's really inefficient Okay but a car could win if it was filled with lots of humans 8 or more Based on our calculations So if I fill my car with 8 people which is not red eagle but continue Then it would be more efficient than those 8 people walking on their own Do you know 8 people that want to go to the same place all the time Do you have an entourage Caroline Not yet but I'm working on it I'll have them by the end of the show I will also have a bigger car Racing back to the office Yeah I'm biking this time Sherlock also wanted to know how humans compare to other animals In particular her pet rabbit cookie Charlotte dad James and I went outside to meet this rabbit to size cookie up Next challenge human versus rabbit.
"joule" Discussed on KOMO
"Bob Ferguson says Juul will have to conduct secret shopper checks as it is retailers in every Washington county Secret shoppers must confirm that retailers here in Washington state are complying with federal and state requirements to verify purchasers age They also will be confirming that the retailers are limiting the purchase of Juul products to one joule device and 16 joule pods per transaction Ferguson says Juul used big tobacco's model of ads with young people having fun while vaping aiming them at youth on social media So the settlement also forbids drill from conducting most social media ad campaigns An officer involved shooting is under investigation and rent and police there say it happened around 1130 this morning at a park and ride near south 7th and rainier avenue south Where officers were called to Czech reports of a person at crisis local transit writers like Ricardo Perez is becoming more common in its scaring them It's going on everywhere I don't know what's gotten into people You know it's just Wow I don't get it At some point officers fired their weapons the injured person was taken to a hospital Northwest news times 7 34 traffic every ten minutes on the forest from the dubin law group traffic center Here's Tama Fulton Well we got a new crash in Seattle just for a short while on southbound 5 just the four or 5 20 of the right lane It looks like that's been cleared away but once for some residual slowing still watching a crash in Lacey on door bound 5 at Marvin roe that right lane is blocked with state patrol there on the scene and in Lakewood a crash on southbound thought just before gravelly Lake Dresden moved over to the right shoulder was blocking the right length traffic is still heavy from Bridgeport way This report is sponsored by muckleshoot casino buckle ship casinos you were destination for game England more than 3000 gaming machines action packed table games delectable dining and the largest smoke free gaming area in the state Knuckles should casino the biggest and best in the northwest Our next northwest traffic at 7 44 Rebecca Stevenson with the northwest forecast from the 1530 mortgage dot com weather center Scattered showers are gradually diminishing as we get through the overnight hours temperatures are falling and they'll be in the upper 20s low to mid 30s we could have a few light.
"joule" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Idaho Iowa and South Dakota And welcome back and goes Friday Alex and San Pedro California as you disagree with me about what Alex what's up Good morning Tom By the vaccine how you feel about it and I understand what you do I pretty much got my medical advice to the military and in regards to chemical biological and radiological warfare and then basic science in high school So after the closers and all the things we went through the first time around with COVID-19 I basically decided to shut down never go outside and come out only when it's time to go to a groceries or to go for a walk to be healthy and to brisk walking those things and we're in mask wherever I go into just come back home in isolate as it does a country shut down I'm not promoting to shutdown or that kind of thing But then again we're doing and it's been this long term and I'm still alive and I'm still vaccine free and I'm still not sick It's a terrible way to live as a sacrifice but I think that my actions and my results must account for something and what it seems like to me is that we're vaccinating this things at that but yet the results we're getting are not there The results are quite clearly there Alex you know the vast majority of the people who are in hospitals right now with COVID are people who are not vaccinated And if you want to continue down that path the good luck probably a little safer now than before with delta around with auton But it will still kick your ass And you know good luck Thanks a lot for the call Jewels and Whittier California joules What's on your mind Hi Tom Thank you for your wonderful forum You're really a vital piece of democracy in your position So I recall we're talking about Trump and how bad he is I recall a documentary on the world at war I don't know if you're familiar with multi episode documentary decades ago And there's one quote there's one quote that comes from that that I recall which is Olivier narrated And he said he talks about Stalin's handling of his own countrymen and the genocide 40 50 million I don't know And he said that these people that were under his government are honor his country Or their lives were of no account This is what Olivier said.
"joule" Discussed on The Healthcare Policy Podcast
"That heat can flow into. Now we it's not easy to measure ocean temperatures as your audience has no doubt experience. You can measure the temperature of a person by putting a thermometer into their body and trying to get an estimate of the core body temperature of someone to see if they have a fever. The ocean is a bit different because the temperature varies dramatically as you move across the globe. So to make accurate measurements, you need a lot of thermometers, making a lot of measurements, they have to be spread out around the globe and they have to measure to great depths in the oceans. And so we incorporated the most advanced ocean temperature sensors. And we collected data over the year, and we found how fast the oceans warming. And we also found out whether it was warming faster in some areas or slower in other areas. As you mentioned, we found warming was measured in zeta Jules. Now that's a crazy word that you might want to use at a cocktail party because it's obscure, but it's basically a one with 21 zeros after it. So 14 zero zero zero zero zero I could go on and on. Joules and the jewels just a unit of energy. It's a good mind bending and hard to put in perspective. So I like to use an analogy in terms of atomic bombs. If you think about the hair of the bomb dropped on Hiroshima at the end of World War II.
"joule" Discussed on MEDIA INDIGENA : Indigenous current affairs
"And joining me back at the round table once again in Toronto, it's Eva joule, research director at yellowhead institute and an assistant Professor of sociology at the university formerly known as Ryerson and for now, I guess we're just calling X university. Hello Eva. Hi, Rick, thanks for having me. And also, appearing from the big smoke, it's Ian Mosby. It's just a Professor of history. Also, at X university. Greetings Ian. Hey, Rick. So here we are again, folks. Last time we spoke, it was December of 2019. That's almost 90 episodes ago. And it's been roughly a pandemic since we last met on this topic, not that it's anywhere near done with us yet. But my goodness, your status report relays news of some blistering progress since 2019, I'm of course citing here no less an authority on the subject than the Liberal Party platform from this year's election in which they astoundingly claim 80% and I'm quoting here. 80% of the truth and reconciliation commissions calls to action involving the government of Canada are now completed or well underway. Or doing an incredible amount of work there. You and Ian characterize this claim is highly dubious and misleading. Might that whopper be the quintessence of where reconciliation is at as of 2021? Yeah, absolutely. I think doctor Sidney Blackstock said Canada needs to stop patting itself on the back. Her work that is not even doing. It's gonna break its arm at this rate. Oh man, so all I could think of is when I came across that, I thought, well, you know, if you're going to lie, you might as well lie big, right? And honestly, I'd actually never come across that boast before. So thank you for that. Now, before we get into the actual progress made on these fronts over 2021, I was hoping we could quickly review what's happened since we last checked in back in 2019. And checking my notes from that, Canada had then delivered a total of 9 calls to action, not even 10% of all 94 calls. And how many did they deliver on in 2020? 2020 was a big year for Canada. They delivered a zero calls to action in total. And in fact, we ended up pulling back a call that we had marked as complete the previous year as incomplete once we saw that the claims that they'd made in the budget previously didn't really meet the reality of what they were actually spending and it was on sports in particular. That's called action 90. Basically investing in indigenous sport programs. Yeah, and it turned out most of that money at the time had been going to an organization, a non indigenous organization, right to play. But even beyond that, you know, even if that money to right to play was going directly to indigenous communities, it wasn't enough to actually meet even the spirit of the call to action. And so in the end, we pulled it back and this year, they're similarly not sufficient action. On that particular call, as well as most of the calls. So I think you're hinting at one of the themes. If there is even funding allocated towards what the calls call for, it's typically insufficient. And inadequate in other ways, we'll get to that in a second, but so zero calls to action delivered on in 2020. In fact, as you said, kind of like boil water advisories that kind of backslide. You think they're making progress and then next thing you know more advisers come along. Eva, I'm starting to think this is going to be a kind of a quick show. Yeah, it might be. Is there anything else we need to know from that year? 2020 was remarkable clearly obviously because there were no calls to action completed. But some of the criticism that we were expecting to receive and that was because of the global pandemic. But we had argued that it was really important and imperative for the call to action to be completed because many of the issues and indigenous communities were dealing with as a result of the pandemic could have been mitigated if they had been properly implemented from the beginning. So issues in child welfare issues in health issues in education. Now we see this widening gap between Canadian children and First Nations and indigenous children more broadly because our schools are so severely underfunded. And when the pandemic struck many communities, their schools were poorly resourced. And so these were all legacies that were exacerbated under the pandemic, right? So I think that was kind of the big takeaway for 2020, and we were not surprised to see that there weren't any calls to action, but more like thinking it's a real shame that there hasn't been this much movement on the call to action thus far. Because now when a crisis hits, it hits indigenous peoples particularly hard. So I don't know if you did this in 2020, but you have grouped the calls to action in two distinct categories, legacy and reconciliation, Ian why did you decide to do that? Well, the distinction is made in the TRC report itself. And I think it's made because the legacy calls to action are the ones that are addressing this sort of structural issues that came out of residential schooling and the policies around residential schooling. And so we have things like child welfare, you know, it's no coincidence that they're the first calls to action on the list, and that's because child welfare system is a direct consequence of the residential school system, but also reflects the sort of ongoing harms that the residential school system might be over, but we have these continuing harms. So in the child welfare system, this disproportionate number of indigenous kids being taken away from their families in the education section we have once again a disproportionate number of indigenous kids getting lesser education than non indigenous kids down the road. And in terms of the health calls to action, which are another one of the legacy calls to action, we can see in this pandemic, the outcome..
"joule" Discussed on ESPN FC
"I don't know if you've heard but Lionel Messi won the Ballon d'Or. This week, I would celebrate it in front of his home fans. And of course, on a rumor as well getting goalkeeper 9 minutes into this one. I don't see the Champions League, I think. Donna rumor makes the same here. I think it was going way by the way. Nissan on the brake, Donna rumor once again with the start. No, that's a proper tip. Great reflex is good starting position. Obviously buoyancy. It is a surprise, man. There you go. His goalkeeper of the year. Look at that. There you go. Let's take it into the second half. Casper Dilbert with a chance denied by the post. The challenge Denmark in the Eurozone that puts it in Messi to embark on those ball. That's it why? Yeah, that's the last ball. That's why you finished name from the Ballon d'Or. This week, 14 minutes ago, why messie won it? Variety it's a team Maria. He shot his white. Wow, disappointing result for PSG. Of course in the grand scheme of things it won't make too much of a difference. They will of course go on to win the title and you need to take a look at how things stand in France at 12 points clear. At the top of the table, let's welcoming giuliano on to the show to reflect on disappointing 90 minutes of PSG joules. Yeah, it was disappointing your ride, the road to start with at home, but also the content what.