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How Do Squirrels Organize Their Nuts?

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04:11 min | 3 months ago

How Do Squirrels Organize Their Nuts?

"If you've ever watched squirrels going about their squirrel business, you may have wondered whether there's any method to their for lack of a better term not madness. It turns out there very well may be. Brain steps Christian Sager here despite how common North American tree squirrels are in many cities, neighborhoods, outdoor spaces. A big misconception exists about these little critters tree squirrels store their food tree fruit like acorns in their nests or dense to snack on all winter. Here's the thing they actually don't do that I. It's to know that both the eastern gray and eastern. Fox. Squirrels Dine on a varying menu of seeds, nuts, acorns, tree buds, berries, leaves, parts of Pine Cones, and other food some of us well, we don't like to think. About like bird eggs and nestlings and as well you know they'll have the occasional slice of found pizza. Some of that stuff they eat right away the rest they take to the nest or den for later. But when winter approaches squirrels faced with a challenge, they know instinctively that food sources will soon be scarce. So they gather all the food they'll need while also keeping themselves fed day today. That's why they're so busy in the fall when mother, nature has made sure that all the acorns have phone from the trees second. Gray and eastern. Fox squirrels are scatter hoarders, which means pretty much what it sounds like they hoard their food and then scatter it in locations where they can easily access it. That's usually close to the tree holding their nest or den, but they often expand into areas of seven acres or two point eight hectacres in rather than leaving their goods above ground where other squirrels can steal them, they bury them and this is called cashing about an inch maybe two point five centimeters under the soil and squirrels are known to crack open a nut before burying it so they can. Keep it from germinating when it comes time to eat they forage for the nuts they buried while squirrels possess a strong sense of smell which allows them to sniff out nuts from under a blanket of dirt researchers have long noticed evidence of strategic intelligence in the placement of their food. For instance, one study in two thousand eight reported that eastern gray squirrels engage in what's called deceptive cashing. They dig a hole pretend to throw the acorn in while they hold it in their mouth then it cover up the empty hole and run off to another secret stash place and they do. This it was suggested to fool other squirrels who might be watching them, but a new study from professors in the Department of Psychology at the University of California Berkeley and published in the September issue of the Journal. Royal Society of Open Science claims that tree squirrels use a pneumonic technique called spatial chunking to sort out and bury their nut scores by size type and perhaps nutritional value and taste. Now, when they're hungry later it's theorized they can remember where to find what they want in other words. The squirrels put specific nuts in similar places to help them remember what nuts were. Wear I e almonds were placed in one general area hazelnuts and another and I guess pizza would go and a third area. This pneumonic strategy has also been seen in rats. The finding researchers writing the studies show that a scatter hoarder could employ spatial chunking during cash distribution as cognitive strategy to decrease memory load and hence increase accuracy of retrieval squirrels have got a lot to think about in other words they need all the memory tricks they can get. So the next time you see a squirrel digging up not know that she might have just found the exact one she was.

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Sign Languages Display Distinct Ancestries

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02:43 min | 10 months ago

Sign Languages Display Distinct Ancestries

"More than one hundred forty sign languages. These are used today primarily by deaf communities around the world like spoken languages each sign language has its own grammar vocabulary and other special official features for example American sign language and British sign. Language are mutually unintelligible. In fact American sign language has more in common common with French sign language largely because French. Educators were instrumental in helping get deaf schools established in the United States during the nineteenth century. But while the lineages in development of spoken languages are well studied to haven't been a lot of large scale comparisons of sign languages the University of Texas Austin Linguist Justin Power. He and his colleagues aim to address that information gap. In order to study the question of sign language solution we I assembled a database of manual alphabets from dozens of different sign. Languages around the world so a manual alphabet is sort of a subsystem system within a sign language that is used to represent a written language so there's a hand shaped corresponds to each letter powers team chose to study manual alphabets because a record of them exists going back. To the late sixteenth century in Europe to uncover relationships between the alphabets the researchers use the same methods the US to trace relationships between different species based on their DNA. The methods grouped sign languages in this study into five main European lineages and those were Austrian origin British origin French origin Spanish and Swedish power says manual alphabets from Austria. France and Spain could be traced back to one handed manual alphabets from sixteenth and Seventeenth Century Spain. But each of those lineages evolved independently Hendley of each other and the British lineage which uses a two handed manual alphabet eventually made it to Australia New Zealand and India the study we also confirmed the French origins of American sign language and those of other countries including Mexico Brazil and the Netherlands. Surprisingly the Austrian strean manual alphabet influenced sign languages as far away as Russia. But wow this lineage has largely died out remnants of it live on Icelandic excite language. Today the study is in the journal Royal Society Open Science Power Says Future Research comparing the vocabularies of different sign. Languages could provide even more clues about how they've changed over time understanding how languages evolve would tell us a lot about the way that language in general evolves.

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"journal royal society" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"journal royal society" Discussed on The Science Show

"Now who's England's answer to Galileo and it isn't Boris <music> a while ago I read Dr Robin Ariane roaches lovely book Einstein's Heroes Rose. How Einstein came from somewhere now she's done the same for Newton found a name few of heard of she was telling Phillip Adams some of the story sorry a few days ago? Here's more about Thomas Harriet okay. My first question is how did you come to notice this man who is practically unknown to not just the general public but I mean many of the scientists would not have heard him. How did you come across well L.? He appeared little paragraph in history of maths books. I was not really interested in him because he was on your little foot notch but that's a few years ago I was deciding with my first book. It was trying to go before Einstein in my second book. It was going just often Houston Houston. I was very interested in the reception of Newton but that also got me interested in who came before Newton now V._C.. Galileo and Kepler but watch about in England England were there any equivalence of Galileo on and kept PLA. You know nothing about the two scientific history sprung to my mind I mean we all about the literature aw we know about the politics you know about the exploration but I couldn't think of somebody that could rank with Galileo and Kepler and so these these little nuts that I'd seen about these Thomas Harish at from that era and it would say not a lot because in those days I hadn't really explode all these manuscripts but then I came across one that said he was the greatest British mathematical scientists before Newton and I thought of right so there is somebody that gets that title because I thought was Newton did he come out of the continental tradition almost out of nowhere or out of nowhere from England exactly so I I was so fascinated that sparked my imagination and so I went to look why there was on your footnote about him and that's because the manuscripts hadn't been studied that'd been lost for centuries one hundred and fifty years then I will lift on Rolled through all those cruel pen crossings out long hand. You may actually found the documents had been lost in a big bulk somewhere yes they did and it's interesting because when I got into Harriet Stories pissed I could because very little survives about him as a person but he didn't leave a great school of disciples. He didn't publish any of science. Publishing wasn't necessarily the known then they weren't journals royal society. He was still half a century away but he's nine lived on long enough that people like John Wallace had seen some of his manuscripts and win the Royal Society was was formed. They went for search. They tried to find them and had no lock and then he more or less faded not quite from history but because he did publish one thing and that was a little booklet on his experience in America he was part of so all Terrell's first colony Tony in fact they know about into some extent in America is American scholars probably in the twentieth century who darted to bring him back to life as I said that we're looking for him right up till maybe the sixteen seventy s through the royal society will species then I thought no sorry it's gone and he faded from that point of view and then a chance discovery they must've been having a conversation in this castle down in Sussex in the south of England and somebody must have said oh I think famous for video of Northumberland once toward a man who was famous in his own time and I think his manuscripts much still be here so this young Shusha in the sex and ambassadors household who's married to the Dowager Countess first husband had been a descendant of you'll of Northumberland an iron the castle off they went to the library and under a sort of women litter box under a pile of stable accounts. I found around around eight thousand really well preserved manuscript pages Thomas area well the amazing thing is when I opened the journal nature of just a few weeks ago there is the headline England's Galileo and it's written by Georgina ferry whom I know quite well from Oxford. She's a tremendous biographers. I self so that's tremendous..

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Backpack Harvests Energy As You Walk

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01:41 min | 1 year ago

Backpack Harvests Energy As You Walk

"This is scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Yada when you walked with a backpack. You know how the stuff inside sways from side to side now. Scientists have figured out how to tap into that motion to generate electricity city. Here's how it works. Picture pendulum mounted to a backpack frame and stabilized with springs on either side. The packs weight is attached to the pendulum so the pendulum swings side to side as you walk gears then use that swinging motion to drive a generator and the generator spits out electrical current to charge a battery volunteers carried that pack while walking on a treadmill and they wore masks to measure the flow of oxygen and carbon dioxide walking with a slightly swaying twenty pound load device did not significantly affect volunteers. Here's metabolic rate compared to win. They carry the same weight fixed in place in fact the energy harvesting pack reduced the forces of acceleration they'd feel in a regular PAC which might mean greater comfort for a long hike and the device did produce a steady trickle of electricity the operative word being trickle because if you up the load to forty five pounds the passive motion of the pact could fully charge a Samsung Galaxy S. ten smartphone only after twelve hours on the trail. The details are in the journal Royal Society.

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Warming Climate Implies More Flies--and Disease

60-Second Science

02:18 min | 1 year ago

Warming Climate Implies More Flies--and Disease

"This is science Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd Jatta. A recent analysis predicts that forty percent of the world insect species could go extinct within a couple of decades, the highest death tolls could be among butterflies, Mods bees and dunk Beatles. Conspicuously absent from that list, though, are the house flies because they may actually do better in a hotter world under a warming scenario. You would have a larger fly population, which is able to hang around for a longer period of time, Amy Greer, an epidemiologist and mathematical model at the university of wealth in Ontario. She says flies are also more active when it's warm meaning more chances to land on your picnic, dips Greer student Melanie cousins now a doctoral candidate at the university of Waterloo explains the effect on us what this increase in five population and fly activity. This may lead to more transmission of Camelback better the common foodborne ill. Illness like the flies fluctuates with the seasons. So with warmer temperatures Campbell after will be able to replicate more efficiently. Cousins modeled, both the insect and bacterial trends under different global warming scenarios and found that the uptick and fly population numbers did not matter much. But if warming truly does increase flack tippety, then can't blowback for cases in the Antero Canada area could more than double with a moderate four degree Fahrenheit rise in temperature by twenty eighty the results are in the journal Royal Society opened science in these conclusions. Do come with many caveats, for instance, the data is generated by a mathematical model saying this is at least in theory possible. But it does not take into account a possible increase in fly predators, for example. And the researchers haven't actually tested flies landing on food to see if they're dropping off bacteria, and while it has been shown in past studies that flies can carry campylobacter. It's unclear whether warming temperatures might affect their ability to do so still. The researchers themselves are taking precautions I am a little bit more paranoid about it. Personally. I bought one of those fly screens for picnics to go over the bulls. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?

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Different Humpback Whale Groups Meet To Jam

60-Second Science

03:30 min | 1 year ago

Different Humpback Whale Groups Meet To Jam

"This is scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Jason Goldman. Male humpback whales are the concert singers of the marine world these ocean giants belt out tunes that can be heard perhaps hundreds of miles away the songs attract, friends and lovers and maybe keep rivals at bay. And now we learned that humpbacks in different ocean basins, the south Atlantic and the Indian on opposite sides of the African continent. Share melodies that song that my lunch between individuals folk today, the best example of cars onto cultural transition from peer to peer rather than from parent offering Melinda rectal marine conservation, scientists with the wildlife. Conservation society's ocean giants program. The International Whaling Commission has identified seven distinct humpback whale breeding populations in the southern hemisphere. These are whales that meet up in the same warm tropical waters each year to mate and give birth. But when mating season is over. Whales migrate to Chile polar regions to gorge on krill using genetics and photographic surveys of migrating humpbacks, researchers know that males in these colder feeding areas interact with other males from different breeding populations. But scientists did not know this meet up provides the whales with the opportunity to have vocal jam sessions where they trade melodies and the amount of song overlap between the whales that breed off 'gabon in the Atlantic. And those that breed near Madagascar in the Indian Ocean varies year to year. That's according to a study of more than fifteen hundred individual sounds that were recorded between two thousand one and two thousand five the results are in the journal, Royal Society opened science that might sense that in some years that may be different Asian graphic conditions. Patchily distributed pry that my name populations individuals have to move the to find food and that might bring them into classic context with neighboring populations and Philip song exchange. The fundings present researchers with new opportunities to understand how culture is transmitted among animals, but it also allows even greater insight into the workings of populations of humpback whales it shines the connectivity potentially on the times go, which is what genetic information doesn't genetic data can show the different populations had historical interactions but songs can reveal how to populations interact on a much faster time scale. But combine. Ending song information from these populations with Wales. That breed off the Atlantic coast of Brazil rectal, says researchers can gain more comprehensive understanding the dynamics of global humpback whale culture back while it's an incredibly in a complex display. It quite amazing. How complex it is. And how it that shooting? Amazing example of culture in in animals. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Jason Goldman.

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Pandas Swoon To Particular Croons

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01:29 min | 2 years ago

Pandas Swoon To Particular Croons

"This is science Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd yada. If you're a giant panda. This sound means romance. I wouldn't call it or a magic serenade. Meghan, Owen is a conservation. Biologist at the San Diego's institute for conservation research. There's nothing soft or demure about it. And yet that's sound called a bleat. That's B L E A T just like a goat signals that a panda. Couple has hit it off and copulation is ni-. I went into colleagues analyze more than twenty five hundred panda sounds recorded during breeding introductions, and they analyze the audios acoustic qualities their study in the journal, Royal Society opened science is a sort of how to guide for panda breeders cataloging, the various vocal characteristics of a blind date. You've got an uninterested roar or bark a more ambiguous chirp or an amorous bleat decoding. The sounds could be important not just for boosting panda numbers. Oh and says, but for voiding very bad dates. These are bears and they have sharp teeth in clause, and they can do a lot of damage to one another. They don't wanna be around each other. And these fine tuned. Communication skills. Also, make the case that the social lives of pandas are anything, but black and white. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Don. Yata?

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"journal royal society" Discussed on Probably Science

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04:32 min | 2 years ago

"journal royal society" Discussed on Probably Science

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"journal royal society" Discussed on AP News

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02:22 min | 2 years ago

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"In between click the banner to order or visit panerabread dot com participating locations only food as it should be the senate intelligence committee is giving a thumbs up to cia director nominee gina hassle ap correspondent mike rossier says it goes to the full senate now see ya director nominee gina hospital is one step closer to confirmation after being approved by the senate intelligence committee on a ten five vote the committee has recommended confirmation to the full senate vote could come later this week all eight republicans and two of seven democrats on the panel supported hassle assholes nomination was contentious because she was involved in the cia as post nine eleven program of harsh interrogation of detained terror suspects on tuesday hassle said with the benefit of hindsight the cia should not have engaged in such tactics mike rossier washington popular songs going from happy to sad ap correspondent jackie quinn looks at a study of more than half a million of them over the past three decades they say it's supposed much researchers looked at five hundred thousand songs released since nineteen eighty five and characterize them by mood finding that popular music is trending sad they found happiness is going down rightness is going down and sadness is going up the overall mood shift in music mirrors other studies have find indicators of loneliness and social isolation around the rise this study in the journal royal society open science also finds the most successful john rose are dance and pop with a clear downward trend in the success of rock i'm jacky quin despite north korean threats to scrap the summit with the us the trump administration says it's moving ahead with plans for the president to sit down with kim jong un next month ap white house correspondent saga megani also says the white house isn't surprised by any of this the threats follow a north korean pattern of raising tensions before a big meeting to boost leverage we're not surprised but here at the white house spokeswoman sarah sanders says it was fully expected telling reporters if the north koreans want to meet president trump will be ready still hopeful that it takes place and if it doesn't that's okay too saying the us will keep up its campaign of maximum pressure on the north saga megani at the.

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01:43 min | 2 years ago

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"To porn stars stormy daniels days before the two thousand sixteen election experts had said if the money was not reported the president could be in violation of ethics laws for not disclosing a reportable item others have been prosecuted for that saga megani at the white house popular songs going from happy to sad ap correspondent jackie quinn looks at a study of more than half a million of them over the past three decades they say time supposed he i end much researchers looked at five hundred thousand songs released since nineteen eighty five and characterize them by mood finding that popular music is trending said they found happiness is going down rightness is going down and sadness is going up the overall mood shift in music mirrors other studies have find indicators of loneliness and social isolation are on the rise the study in the journal royal society opened science also finds the most successful john rose are dance and pop with a clear downward trend in the success of rock i'm jacky quin there's going to be some competition for the bride and groom at the upcoming royal wedding ap's charles day with desma reports young prince george and princess charlotte have big role the two oldest children of prince william harris brother and his wife kate will be in the limelight on saturday prince george will be a page boy and francis shot lebron's made the couple's third child prince louis was born last month i will not be attending the pilots ads they'll be six bridesmaids in all ranging from two to seven years old and four pageboys ranging from four to seven william as expected we'll be harry's best man while make them has chosen to not have a maid of honor for the.

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02:18 min | 2 years ago

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"Visit panerabread dot com locations panera food as it should be popular songs are going from happy to sad ap correspondent jackie quinn looks at a study of more than half a million of them over the past three decades day see time supposed i end much researchers looked at five hundred thousand songs released since nineteen eighty five and characterized them by mood finding that popular music is trending said they found happiness is going down rightness is going down and sadness is going up the overall mood shift in music mirrors other studies that find indicators of loneliness and social isolation are on the rise the study in the journal royal society opened science also finds the most successful john rose are dance and pop with a clear downward trend in the success of rock i'm jacky quin an audio clip rocketing around the internet's forcing people to ask do you hear what i hear ap correspondent warren levinson has more on yanni versus laurel if you remember the social media debate from three years ago over whether the picture of address was white and gold or blue and black this is just like that only audible laurel some people play this clip in here the name laurel others here leonie some claiming they're both on their yanni at a higher pitch than many can here and the debate naturally has taken over the internet laurel dogs which can hear sounds at a higher pitch than you can may have the answer but they're not talking warren levinson new york michigan state university has reached a record settlement with sex abuse victims of an imprisoned former sports doctor ap correspondent warren levinson reports michigan state says it has agreed to pay a half billion dollars to more than three hundred women and girls who say they were assaulted by sports dr larry nassar four hundred twenty five million will be paid to current claimants seventy five million will be set aside for future claims the settlement does not specify how the money will be divided up nor how the university will pay nassar pleaded guilty to molesting women and girls under the guise of treatment and is imprisoned likely for life the deal applies only to michigan state lawsuits are still pending against the us olympic committee and usa gymnastics i'm warren levinson.

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02:17 min | 2 years ago

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"To bring new charges against a former cia employees who was jailed for child pornography and does ap's jackie quinn reports those new charges are related to leaking government hacking secrets court documents reveal joshua salty of new york is a target in a theft investigation although his lawyer says that he was not involved in leaking out hacking tools used by the cia to spy overseas tools that wikileaks began releasing last year taken from the cia during the six year period that salty worked for the agency shelties current attorney says her client spent years working to ensure the safety of his country and is deeply saddened to hear that he could be facing charges of espionage i'm jacky quin despite north korean threats to scrap the summit with the us the trump administration says it's moving ahead with plans for the president to sit down with kim jong un next month ap white house correspondent saga megani also says the white house isn't surprised by any of this the threats follow north korean pattern of raising tensions before a big meeting to boost leverage we're not surprised but here at the white house spokeswoman sarah sanders says it was fully expected telling reporters if the north koreans want to meet president trump will be ready we're still hopeful that it takes place and if it doesn't that's okay to save the us will keep up its campaign of maximum pressure on the north saga megani at the white house popular songs are going from happy to sad ap correspondent jackie quinn looks at a study of more than half a million of them over the past three decades see time supposed a he the researchers looked at five hundred thousand songs released in nineteen eightyfive and characterize them by mood finding that popular music is trending said they found happiness is going down rightness is going down and sadness is going up the overall mood shift in music mirrors other studies that find indicators of loneliness and social isolation around the rise the study in the journal royal society open science also finds the most successful john rose are dance and pop with a clear downward trend in the success of rock.

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02:12 min | 2 years ago

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"Coming up the network is adding remakes of nineteen eighties theories murphy brown and magnum pi they'll be part of a lineup that already includes blast from the past hawaii five o and macgyver cbs exact said the murphy brown reboot which again stars candice bergen moves tv anchor murphy out of primetime she now hosts a morning cable show with a snappy title of murphy in the morning and his facing off against her son on a competing network a change that magnum fans should look out for the private detective has a goatee not the trademark mustache original starred tom selleck this time around thomas magnum we'll be played by jay hernandez the senate intelligence committee's given a thumbs up to c i a director nominee gina bowl ap correspondent mike rossier says it goes to the full senate now see ya director nominee gina hospital is one step closer to confirmation after being approved by the senate intelligence committee on a ten five vote the committee has recommended confirmation to the full senate vote could come later this week all eight republicans and two of seven democrats on the panel supported hassle assholes nomination was contentious because she was involved in the as post nine eleven program of harsh interrogation of detained terror suspects on tuesday hassle said with the benefit of hindsight the cia should not have engaged in such tactics mike cross washington popular songs are going from happy to sad ap correspondent jackie quinn looks at a study of more than half a million of them over the past three decades they say at times does the researchers looked at five hundred thousand songs released since nineteen eighty five and characterize them by mood finding that popular music is trending said they found happiness is going down rightness is going down and sadness is going up the overall mood shift in music mirrors other studies that find indicators of loneliness and social isolation are on the rise the study in the journal royal society opened science also finds the most successful john rose are dance and pop with a clear downward trend in the success of rock.

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01:52 min | 2 years ago

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"And opportunity governor roy cooper a democrat tells a crowd if the gop majority in the legislature doesn't support the teachers they should work to vote them out of office republican leaders say they've raised teacher pay and each of the last five years sheriff deputies denton county texas say a man walk into a home and ponder and shot and killed his ex wife's three children and her boyfriend before killing himself investigators the gunman also shot his ex wife but she survived and is being treated at a hospital sheriff's department has not released the ages or identities of the dead and wounded ponder is about forty miles from dallas i'm tim maguire popular songs are going from happy to sad ap correspondent jackie quinn looks at a study of more than half a million of them over the past three decades day say time supposed he much researchers looked at five hundred thousand songs released since nineteen eighty five and characterize them by mood finding that popular music is trending says they found happiness is going down rightness is going down and sadness is going up the overall mood shift in music mirrors other studies that find indicators of loneliness and social isolation around the rise the study in the journal royal society opened science also finds the most successful genres are dance and pop with a clear downward trend in the success of rock i'm jacky quin to us senate candidates who were favored by president trump have won their primary races ap correspondent jackie quinn has the look at pennsylvania and other states which held primaries president trump had made his support clear for pennsylvania congressman lube bar letta who is running for us senate and for nebraska senator deb fischer who seeking reelection both candidates easily won their primaries also notable of former idaho.

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02:15 min | 2 years ago

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"Brownies of cost a michigan woman her job at an engineering company police say employee's tipped off police that a woman with a grudge plan to serve the brownies that a going away party for an employee she didn't like the woman's name hasn't been released but police in selene michigan say the company fired her after the plan was revealed selene police chief jared heart says officers confiscated the tainted confections and none of them were eaten the arbor news reports that heart says the forty seven year old woman initially denied putting laxatives in the brownies but after learning police investigators would test them she admitted that she had art says the woman doesn't face any charges but if anyone had eaten the brownies it would have been considered a criminal act popular songs are going from happy to sad ap correspondent jackie quinn looks at a study of more than half a million of them over the past three decades ac but i end much researchers looked at five hundred thousand songs released since nineteen eighty five and characterize them by mood finding that popular music is trending said they found happiness is going down rightness is going down and sadness is going up the overall mood shift in music mirrors other studies have find indicators of loneliness and social isolation are on the rise the study in the journal royal society opened science also finds the most successful genres are dance and pop with a clear downward trend in the success of rock i'm jacky quin michigan state university has reached a record settlement with sex abuse victims of an imprisoned former sports doctor ap correspondent warren levinson reports michigan state says it has agreed to pay a half billion dollars to more than three hundred women and girls who say they were assaulted by sports dr larry nassar four hundred twenty five million will be paid to current claimants seventy five million will be set aside for future claims the settlement does not specify how the money will be divided up nor how the university will pay nassar pleaded guilty to molesting women and girls under the guise of treatment and is imprisoned likely for life the deal applies only to michigan state lawsuits are still pending against the us olympic committee and usa gymnastics i'm warren levinson.

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"journal royal society" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"journal royal society" Discussed on AP News

"A democrat tells the crowd if the gop majority in the legislature doesn't support the teachers they should work to vote them out of office republican leaders say they've raised teacher pay in each of the last five years sheriff deputies denton county texas say a man walk into a home and ponder and shot and killed his ex wife's three children and her boyfriend before killing himself investigators say the gunman also shot his ex wife but she survived and is being treated at a hospital sheriff's department has not released the ages or identities of the dead and wounded ponder is about forty miles from dallas i'm tim maguire popular songs are going from happy to sad ap correspondent jackie quinn looks at a study of more than half a million of them over the past three decades they say time supposed the researchers looked at five hundred thousand songs released since nineteen eighty five and characterize them by mood finding that popular music is trending says they found happiness is going down rightness is going down and sadness is going up the overall mood shift in music mirrors other studies that find indicators of loneliness and social isolation are on the rise the study in the journal royal society opened science also finds the most successful genres are dance and pop with a clear downward trend in the success of rock i'm jacky quin the epa zim battled chief is facing more questions from congress about his spending and security ap washington correspondent saga megani says one lawmaker focused on a specific concern at a senate hearing new mexico democrat tom udall pushed hard on weather scott pruitt urged his bodyguards to use lights and sirens for speeding through dc traffic personally requested that on a number of trips that's that no i don't recall that you mentioned in email written by then epa special agent whom pruitt later named his chief bodyguard a note with the subject line lights and sirens knee says by the way administrator pruitt encourages the use pruitt's been under fire for alleged ethics and spending violations president trump said last week he still has confidence in pruitt though some democrats say the.

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"journal royal society" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"journal royal society" Discussed on AP News

"Maguire within ap news minute a footnote in president trump's latest financial disclosure shows that he reimbursed personal attorney michael cohen as much as two hundred fifty thousand dollars last year no mention was made of the one hundred thirty thousand cohen paid to keep foreign star stormy daniels quiet about an alleged affair federal investigators say a package bomb caused an explosion that killed the owner of a southern california day spa and seriously injured to customers fbi agent paul delacour although the damage was extensive there are some components that we have located at the scene of the explosion that are inconsistent with what one might expect to find at this business a tesla driver in utah who rear ended a fire truck at sixty miles an hour at a stoplight last week admitted to turning on the car's autopilot and was using her phones route maps before the crash investigators say the system was on for nearly omitted and a half she has a broken foot fire truck driver check for whiplash i'm tim maguire photographs of nirvana singer kurt cobain's death scene will not be released to the public the washington state court of appeals ruled that the graphic photographs are exempt from washington state's public records act and releasing the photos would violate the cobaine families due process rights under the fourteenth amendment cobain's widow courtney love and his daughter testified to keep the photos private seattle journalist richard lee has been trying to get the fifty five photographs released he says he wants to prove that cobain was killed in nineteen ninetyfour and did not die from suicide popular songs are going from happy to sad ap correspondent jackie quinn looks at a study of more than half a million of them over the past three decades see time supposed to heal the researchers looked at five hundred thousand songs released since nineteen eighty five and characterize them by mood finding that popular music is trending said they found happiness is going down rightness is going down and sadness is going up the overall mood shift in music mirrors other studies that find indicators of loneliness and social isolation are on the rise the study in the journal royal society opened science also finds the most successful john ras are dance and pop with a clear downward trend in the success of rock i'm jacky quin the.

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"journal royal society" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"journal royal society" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The battle over net neutrality is not over yet senate democrats are forcing a vote today to try and reverse the fcc rollback of net neutrality rules in december last year the trump administration reversed the regulations that stopped service providers from exerting control over internet speed and sites now democrats believe they have the numbers to undo that repeal we get more from cbs news technology consultant larry maggot lawmakers tend to wind up on party lines when it comes to the net neutrality debate because it really isn't a democrat or republican issue and in fact the vast majority of republican voters polled indicate that they support net neutrality if the vote passes it would still need the approval of the house and ultimately the president of a study of half million popular songs over the past thirty years finds an uptick in sad songs and fewer happy tunes we get more from ap correspondent jackie quinn they say the time supposed to heal but i in the much researchers looked at five hundred thousand songs released since nineteen eighty five and characterize them by mood finding that popular music is trending sat they found happiness going down rightness is going down and sadness is going up the overall mood shift in using mirrors other studies that find indicators of loneliness and social isolation are on the rise the study in the journal royal society opened science also finds the most successful genres are dance and pop with a clear downward trend in the success of rock i'm jacky quin downward trend last night at the garden after beating the cab by twenty five points game one celtics beat the cast by.

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"journal royal society" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"journal royal society" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The battle over net neutrality is not over senate democrats forcing a vote today to try and reverse the fcc rollback of net neutrality rules in december last year the trump administration reversed the regulations that stopped service providers from exerting control over internet speed and sites now democrats believe they have the numbers to undo the repeal cbs news technology consultant larry maga i that lawmakers tend to wind up on party lines when it comes to the net neutrality debate because it really isn't a democrat or republican issue and in fact the vast majority of republican voters polled indicate that they support net neutrality if the vote passes it would still need the approval of the house and ultimately the president a study of half a million popular songs over the past three decades finds an uptick in sad songs and fewer happy tunes we get more from ap correspondent jackie quinn they say the time supposedly he much researchers looked at five hundred thousand songs released since nineteen eighty five and characterize them by mood finding that popular music is trending said they found happiness is going down brightness is going down and sadness is going up the overall mood shift in music mirrors other studies that find indicators of loneliness and social isolation are on the rise the study in the journal royal society opened science also finds the most successful genres are dance and pop with a clear downward trend in the success of rock i'm jacky quin no downward trend last night at the td garden celtics once again putting on a clinic against the cavaliers bringing adam kaufman from the ace hticket dot com sports studio josh celtics rallied from down eleven in the first half for one of seven ninety four win over the cavaliers to take two games to none lead in the east finals al horford fifteen points ten rebounds he said his group never panicked we kept our poise and just kept playing our basketball the way that we've been playing telephone defense moving the ball on offense terry rozier helped turn to seven point halftime deficit into a seven point lead entering the fourth fourteen of his eighteen points in the third quarter jalen brown led the green with twenty three caps coach tie lou knows his group has been inferior plan tougher than we are we see that they're being physical on the.

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"journal royal society" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"journal royal society" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"The you of a president announcing today that head coach had basketball coach sean miller will remain you a vase hit basketball coach despite reports from espn that he was caught on fbi wiretaps discussing payments to a top recruit that recruit was dion dri eytan right now you of a says has no plans to sue espn the president says he'll get regulations to outlaw bumps stocks on rifles and a number of senators are trying to pass a bill banning them as well but warns boos white house gun some of moving the president promised i'm going to write the book essentially right it out a republican senator jeff flake slot waving for the president version to democrats walltowall the bams with the vase which helps rifles mimic automatic weapons the nra says the prefers regular russians amount of new law president trump says he wants to eliminate bumped stocks either way andy field abc news washington new details in last week's obscene vaults shooting in northwest phoenix police say thirty nine year old edward hallonen who is accused of killing three people near thirty fifth avenue and osborne road was not shot and killed by police police believe the man died from a selfinflicted gunshot wound up barricading himself from police in his front yard the call initially was reported as domestic violence new study says if you really offended by the way some people smell your more likely to support dictators what yes published in the journal royal society open science researchers at the university of stockholm did this sniff test and found as lead author dr jonas all of some puts it a solid connection between how strongly someone was disgusted by smells and their desire to have a dictator like leader in other words if you're totally put off by bad body odour are more likely to support an authoritarian someone olafsson says can suppress radical protest movements and ensure that different groups stay in their places more democratically minded people on the other hand appear less bothered by.

"journal royal society" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"journal royal society" Discussed on KOMO

"Eastside neighborhood the new owner of erhart's car says he rare vehicles only one of fourteen that still exist erhard herself was never found after disappearing during a solo flight across the pacific in 1937 that's mark mayfield reporting and a new study says if you really offended by the way some people smell your more likely to support dictators published in the journal royal society opened science scott goldberg researchers at the university of stockholm did this sniff test and found as lead author dr jonas olsson puts it a solid connection between how strongly someone was disgusted by smells and their desire to have it dick tator like leader in other words if you're totally put off by bad body odour you're more likely to support an authoritarian someone olafsson says can suppress radical protest movements and ensure that different groups stay in their places more democratically minded people on the other hand appear less bothered by b o scott goldberg abc news could you imagine the testing for that to fifty four komo news time reportedly traffic we do that every 10 minutes on the 4's here's kiera jordan we have an eastall in tacoma north and i 5 at forty eight that's blocking the right lane were thing off slowing from fifty six the tacoma gelmon south and i've had had it from highway 18 through five crash now gonna theft one six seven your ellington that another crash south one six seven highway 410 blocking the right lane so you're dragging from almost highway 18 through sumner looks like our west valley highly getting really stacked up his trying to head into sumner as well and we're working on a crushing lynnwood northbound i 5 at a hundred and sixty four looks like everything's that we're on the shoulder now but you're slow from 44th northbound i 5 cells can be slow through north everett southbound i 5 heavy from northgate to the convention center building through southcenter south.

"journal royal society" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"journal royal society" Discussed on NPR News Now

"The consumer financial protection bureau is suing the biggest debt settlement services provider for allegedly deceiving customers the cfpb says freedom debt relief charges customers but dozen settle their debts as promise and misleads them about fees a new study shows that even a sheep can learn to recognize celebrities andreas john hamilton as more on research published in the journal royal society open science scientists and shepherds have known for a long time that sheep can learn to recognize a person's face but researchers in the uk wanted to know whether sheep could learn a new face just from seeing images on a computer screen so they didn't experiment with eight welsh mountain sheep who happen to live at the university of cambridge the sheep looked at images of four celebrities actress emma watson actor jake jill and hall former president barack obama and fiona bruce she's a bbc television journalist and after four days the animals were able to distinguish celebrity faces from unfamiliar ones as as long as they got rewarded with food pellets john hamilton npr news the white house today issued new rules partially rolling back the obama administration's diplomatic opening with cuba and that will affect americans ability to visit the country us citizens will now have to book their travel through a us tour group and the state department has published a list of dozens of hotels shops and other businesses that are now off limits to americans allegedly because they have ties to cuba's military and again on wall street positive territory by the close the dow up six the nasdaq up twenty one the sp 500 up three i'm janine herbst npr news in washington.

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"journal royal society" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"journal royal society" Discussed on NPR News Now

"The justice department is demanding that at t cell cnn at other tv properties or tv to win approval for the eighty five billion dollar proposed merger with time warner that's an unusual move in the past forty years federal authorities have routinely approved a deals involving socalled vertical integration which is consolidating companies and related fields but that are not competitors at t c o says it has no intention of selling cnn president trump has repeatedly criticised cnn over the past year calling it fake news a new study shows that even xiv can learn to recognize celebrities and here's john hamilton reports on research published in the journal royal society open science scientists and shepherds have known for a long time that sheep can learn to recognize a person's face but researchers in the uk wanted to know whether sheep could learn a new face just from seeing images on a computer screen so they didn't experiment with eight welsh mountain sheep who happened at the university of cambridge the sheep looked at images of four celebrities actress emma watson actor jake jilin former president barack obama and fiona bruce she's a bbc television journalist and after four days the animals were able to distinguish celebrity faces from unfamiliar ones as long as they got rewarded with food pellets john hamilton npr news is it markets a trading higher the niki in japan is up nearly one percent wall street was higher by the closing bell the dow up six at twenty three thousand five hundred sixty three the nasdaq up 21 points the sp 500 up three i'm gene herbst npr news in washington.

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