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Madden 21 brings back Colin Kaepernick after four-year absence
"Everybody loves the John Madden NFL football game. One of the players you can pick up in the game this year is Colin Capper? No, despite the fact that he's not played in the league and a number of years Kaman Kaepernick is in Madden NFL 21 This year. We kind of get Marvin Harrison while I'm at it Is Peyton Manning active. This is a statement from E. A sports as to why Colin Kaepernick's in the game quote. Colin Kaepernick is one of the top free agents and football and a starting caliber quarterback, the team and E a sports along with the millions of Madden NFL fans want to see him back in our game. We've had a long relationship with column to Madden NFL and worked through our past soundtrack mistakes. Well, you know what? Ah, if Aiken pick Colin Kaepernick on Madden is a free agent that I also one of the options pick up like Brandon Stokley. Okay. How about Adam cemeteries? He's still available. I don't It doesn't say if Adam Vinatieri is available, but can we can we all just Take a step back and remember that he lost his starting job to Blaine Gabbert. Right, Colin Kaepernick. Before he became this kneeling icon lost his starting gig to Blaine, Gabbert and the case. You don't know who Blaine Gabbert is. He sucks.
Washington DC concert venues say they can’t continue without help from Congress
"Venues venues in in the the district district say say they they could could be be closing closing if if they they don't don't get get help help from from Congress. Congress. D C. Music venues close that Kamina hit for area businesses. The community needs us to be able to survive. This is well because of what we bring in terms of foot traffic for them. Audrey Fix Schaefer, spokesperson for the 9 30 club, the anthem, the Lincoln Theater and Merriweather Post Pavilion, said D. C. Small concert venues are shut down by the government until there's a vaccine and they will fold without help from Congress were the places where stars get their start. The Saver Stages Act, introduced in the Senate in late July, would establish A $10 billion grant program to help independent concert venues. Valerie Bonked w T O P. News. There's a new
"kamen" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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Senate relief bill implications
"The typical business has twenty seven days of cash on hand if operation suddenly ceased. So that's why it's really important. That part of this is a three hundred fifty billion dollar loan program for small businesses. Now I don't want to sugarcoat this because if you're a small business and you take a loan and you've got no revenue coming in when you rebuild your business you're going to have the burden of rebuilding it and ultimately having to pay back these loans. So it's not like this is a panacea but it gives you the opportunity to fight for Your Business. Another day when commerce restarts another part of the legislation that was a huge fight about is hospitals. Making sure there's enough money going to hospitals so the hospitals will be able to deal with the extreme added patient load and the sudden expenses for the equipment that hospitals are going to have to have and so that is part of this deal likely somewhere around one hundred billion for hospitals in addition. There's money that's going to go to cities and states to deal with the sudden cash shortfalls. I read a story today about the massive decline in tax revenues in the State of Florida. The State of Florida is a state with no state. Income tax finds most of its operations with the sales taxes will sales tax revenues as you might have expected have fallen way off a cliff. So Florida doesn't have the money to operate moving forward without some kind of assistance and Florida's just a microcosm of what states are experiencing around the country so money will flow to the states and local governments as far as the exact amount of that will see in addition. There's a find for big business and the big business. Fine was a big area of controversy because initially there was going to be no oversight over how money was dealt out corporations with the fear that the money would flow heavily to politically favored corporations and others would be starved for funds. So there's a new procedure that has been designed with an independent watchdog to make sure that is. Money is handed out to large corporations. In what hopefully will end up being loans and not handouts that that money will go where it's most efficiently needed and not where it's most politically expedient to send that money now. Let me tell you how this is. GonNa work with this legislation. Day by day it will become clearer. How different elements will play out how you will get access to the fines. And how quickly? You'll have access to those funds and as that information becomes available each day that there's more new significant information to share with you. I will do that with you here on the show because this is obviously a really rushed activity and it will take a while to peel away the layers of the onion of this legislation. And Tell You if the cavalry is in fact on the way to help out and how quickly will be there for different phases of the economy and your life and Cam. I WANNA go to questions now if I could and what we're doing if you're not aware is if you go to Clark Dot com slash. Ask Post a question for me and we're getting a ton of questions posted and so we're doing this with Kaman. Joel asking your questions is producers rather than me speaking with you directly because we can address more topics within each show doing that that we can with traditional calls all right then well first up is Jimmy. He says I've procrastinated getting term life insurance and don't know if now is a good time given the circumstances I'm forty four. I'm in good health and my job is stable for now. That's a sobering thought. Isn't it Kim? And we've had a lot of questions about life insurance that will get to day by day so applying for life insurance normally is a process that takes about a month to go from applying to win. Policy is issued. There are issues that we have listed on. Clark Dot Com that do instant issue term life insurance. And what they do is they do Computerized checks on you and believe that they can know as much as they need to about you in the overwhelming percent of cases. If they're able to find the data they need to know enough about your medical history and prospects bay instant issue the life
Coronavirus in Illinois - Officials report four new cases, Pritzker issues disaster proclamation
"Governor Pritzker gave another update on coronavirus cases here in Illinois today bill Kaman says it's the most cases in one report so far governor of researchers reported eight more cases for a new total of nineteen and Eleanor these new cases include our first two from outside of cook county these two cases outside of cook county a man in his late teens with ties to lake and McHenry counties and an unrelated individual in her sixties from Kane county are not health care workers have no history and have not had close contact with any known positive covert nineteen case since health officials cannot determine the origin of these two unrelated cases each likely reflects community transmission of the
"kamen" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Five thirty seven seven hundred WLW Michael Kamen watch out for the coronavirus I have the number double weeks ago that seventy to eighty thousand people in twenty eighteen Eric inside of the standard flew between seventy and eighty thousand people and then I spoke to a doctor said that's that's pretty much an average any given year that's how many Americans died of the flu you have a doctor drew Pinsky appearing on television saying the problem right now is the panic over the virus this is the corona virus not the virus himself as things stand right now there are six deaths from the corona virus and eighteen thousand from the flu was that the kind of low compared to those other years but so far this year eighteen thousand from the flu six from corona virus these are the message should be get your flu vaccine and that the the entire the problem he says is the media the mainstream media and it puts a lot of companies into bankruptcy travels down supply chain being interrupted because of panic the bigger problem is the panic as we know Kroger is now clamping down on how much your L. you can buy how much water you can buy another clampdown on canned goods yet but does your numbers as of now no coronavirus numbers could go up I think I'd be amazed if they got anywhere near the regular flu numbers but we shall see all right it's five thirty nine market check next well yes they started well and then kind of tanked market Jack and then traffic and weather and sports stand by seven hundred WLW Cincinnati available everywhere with the I heart radio apps.
Report: Patriots Comfortable With Letting Tom Brady Hit Free Agency
"The patriots say they're gonna let Tom Brady go out hit the market see and maybe come home again and Phillip rivers has definitely severed ties with the charges both sides say Adios today so we're gonna Kaman Tannahill and Brady and rivers and breeze and back in the car and all these different guys teddy all these different guys here is a rap sheet talking about why the patriots have decided to let Tom Brady go out for a while and possibly come home there's a reason why the option was to allow braided has test free agency did not give franchise not get transition just have a clear path toward free agency and from what I understand crafts thinking on this was basically if the sides came together if Brady decided that the patriots were his best option after testing free agency and if bill Belichick who of course is making the decisions for New England if he decides that Brady is his best option at this price then in the end after all this after going through everything that it will mean that it's basically meant to be and that's the best thing for all sides and craft wanted them to get a part to see what's out there and try to come together in the middle and the whole bit is if that works out for twenty twenty that everyone will be happy they went to the process all right so it's basically if you love something let it go if it doesn't come back to you hunted down and kill it no that's not how it's because they're gonna they're gonna let him see and then if he doesn't come up with a better daily comes like the patriots in all likelihood he's coming back to the patriots when you
Trump Impeachment Trial Winds Down With Closing Arguments
"But we begin with the latest on the Senate impeachment trial and tomorrow's Iowa caucuses the first contest in the race for the democratic nomination the Senate narrowly rejected democratic demands for witnesses but pushed off a final vote to acquit president from till Wednesday the day after he addresses Congress on the state of the union let's bring in Kevin Cork reporting from the president's retreat of Mar a Lago but the latest Calvin Chris just three more days before the White House can finally peers the cloud cover of what they've considered the brazen partisan process the single party impeachment of the president of the United States laughter Monday's closing arguments senators final remarks and then finally Wednesday at four PM the vote on the two articles of impeachment and barring a political earthquake the president's expected acquittal one by the thinnest of definition say defined Democrats still reeling from the Senate's fifty one forty nine vote rejecting demands for additional witnesses if the president is equated with no witnesses no documents acquittal will have no value wedged in between Monday's resumption of activity on the Senate floor and Wednesdays historic vote is the president's state of the union address Tuesday evening theme the great American come back the president is expected to focus on what the White House calls the blue collar economic boom lowering overall healthcare costs and safe legal immigration in a speech sources tell fox news will be both positive and optimistic I tone in sharp contrast perhaps to its we sit overnight by the president shortly after midnight in which she accused Democrats of using the impeachment process as a blazingly political process to damage the GOP and lose their chances Chris in twenty twenty Chris Kaman Cork reporting from Mar a Lago Kevin thank you they are I spoke about the Senate trial with a member of the president's defense team Alan Dershowitz professor emeritus at Harvard Law School and author of the new book guilt by accusations this is George with let's start with the Senate's decision by a vote of fifty one to forty nine not to call witnesses the Republicans have the votes so they won but is there a legal justification a legal reason for not calling evidence when there is substantial new evidence yes as I argued to the Senate if somebody were accused of the crime of abuse of power or dishonesty something it's not a crime what you do is you make a motion to dismiss on the other side has no we want to introduce evidence no no no no you can't is use evidence if there is no legitimate indictment here the articles of impeachment did not charging impeachable offense so the right answer is to dismiss it and cut it off right there no amount of witnesses could have changed that okay but the top Democrats in Congress Nancy Pelosi the house Chuck Schumer in the Senate say that the failure to call witnesses is going to put a taint on any of the weather listen to sure this country is headed towards the greatest cover up since Watergate but he will not be quite as you cannot be acquitted if you don't have a trial of course you can be acquitted if you don't have a trial if they don't charge you with illegitimate crime it's the fault of Nancy Pelosi and the others for failing to charge an impeachable offense they're going to say they say he's never going to be truly acquitted because you didn't have witnesses who didn't have new evidence he dismissed it before you even really got to hear what the facts were in a criminal context it would be cool victory a great victory here if they have been charging the fans then maybe he hasn't been acquitted but he also hasn't been charged he's in exactly the same situation you should have been in had they done the right thing and not impeach him at all you've created quite a controversy with something you said in the Senate trial here is which is sad and here's some of the blood does which he believes will help him get elected in the public interest cannot be the kind of that results in impeachment if you can identify something as president that's in your public your political interest and say that's the national interest they're all bets are off is what I don't understand right you have made it clear new and I went out at last week on the question of you say that to be an impeachable offense it's gotta be a crime criminals like behavior of kin to treason and bribery that's what the constitution means when it says treason bribery or other high crimes and get into this question of whether or not the president thanks his re election is in the public interest because you seem to be implying that somehow that gives them an extra level of immunity no no it doesn't I was asked the question by a senator the question was does quid pro quo matter and my answer is it matters is what the president it is illegal or wrong but if the president is something completely waffle the fact that part of his motivation may have been to help his election cannot be the quid pro quo that's what I said I never said I mean and I don't believe that a president can do anything if he thinks it is national interest look I supported the impeachment of Richard Nixon he thought that the five crimes he committed our own national interest these folks have totally distorted quite deliberately because they saw that I was having an impact on some of the senators so they deliberately distorted what I said and said even if it's criminal what the president thinks is in the best interest it can't be an impeachable offense nonsense I never said it was three journals as I never said it New York times says I never said it and the fact that Schumer and shifts and CNN say I said it doesn't make it true again I don't even know why intense is an issue and why you got into it as I was but but my point is the activity has what you say is the case if it's criminal or criminal like activity that it can be impeachable if it's not criminal activity it doesn't matter what the motive the example I gave I said there are three levels of motor the sample I gave the president says I'm not giving you money you crane unless you give me a million dollar kick back of course that's criminal and of course he goes to jail Abraham Lincoln said the troops owned Indiana vote for Republicans in the election was that impeachable no matter what it was well it doesn't matter to me but it managed to shift and medicine to the people on the other side they were focusing on motive I was responding to them I didn't put that in my original speech because you're right but I was on the floor to respond to constitutional arguments question and it was wrenched out of context you seem pretty upset about I was very upset about that because it is has has hurt me people think I actually believe the president like Nixon can do anything he wants is exactly the opposite of what I've been teaching arguing in as a civil libertarian believing in the fifty years how dare they deliberately and willfully distort my position and then not give me an opportunity to respond all rights forget impeachment from asking you this and maybe a little agree to do it or not but a thought experiment Alan Dershowitz citizen do you find it troubling problem out at that residence with Lincoln anyway forget is not about I'm not saying it's criminal his support
How to Watch Super Bowl LIV in 4K HDR
"Super bowl super bowl this Sunday. My teenage which is heartbreaking. They're supposed to be in but We did a piece today Kaman. I'm an read it how to watch the Super Bowl and forte. Gr Now if you will recall earlier. This year Fox started doing Thursday night. Games and four K.. Hd are a big apiece. They're like we're just doing and the cameras and upscaling to fourteen sending out but it's high-rise upscaling very good and industry that's handling this very good but they're like the big deal is shooting. HDR that's the hard part but we think it's a meaningful upgrade so run it up got all excited and then basically only like Firoz customers one cable box and direct TV customers with a special box could see it. Comcast dropped out the night before war because they couldn't reach a deal and every string platform didn't get it
Chicago Board Of Election Commissioners To Buy New Touchscreen Voting Machines For $19 Million
"City halls buying new voting machines and bill Kaman says it's not going to be cheap the tab for new voting machines will be eighteen point seven million dollars your dollars in the city council finance committee Jim Allen of the board of elections said these machines though are going to be a lot more secure the system is more secure in that it captures an image of the ballot at the time that the voter is feeding that ballot into the scanner so that even if there were some bizarre scenario in which the ballots were later tampered with their damaged or anything like that you have that baseline image to compare against eighteen point seven million is not the end of the costs cook county is doing the
Chicago airports add boxes for travelers to dump marijuana
"Recreational marijuana is now legal in Illinois but you still can't bring pot with you on a plane so the cargoes o'hare and midway international airports have installed little boxes where travelers can dispose of their weed before they board their flights the Kaman cannabis amnesty boxes as they're called were installed at each airport last week just as legal marijuana sales began in Illinois six Chicago Tribune reports those boxes are located just past the airports TSA
FBI reviewing digital evidence in Pensacola attack
"News WSB stop national story the new evidence of a shooting rampage at a Pensacola naval base for learning more about the suspect that his victims were the one who was from Georgia WSPA bill contact your sporting life of in depth coverage of the shooting now considered an act of terrorism yes got the FBI and covers digital evidence including base security surveillance and cell phone videos taken by a bystander from outside the building where the shooting happened shooters identified as a twenty one year old Saudi nationals are as we do and most active shooter investigations work with the presumption that this was an act of terrorism the F. B. I.'s ritual Roha says they're trying to determine if the suspect act alone was part of a larger group ABC news investigative reporter Josh Margolin says the gunman apparently watched mash shooting videos with his friends days before the attack the that's the Gators from the accounts of the witnesses believe that he was trying to get himself sort of pumped up or psyched up going into the attack that he was planning what's on known is if any of these friends of his were aware of his plot one of the three shooting victims is identified as twenty one year old Kaman Walters of Richmond hill Georgia Walter's father says his son arrived at Naval Air Station Pensacola just a couple of weeks ago after graduating from boot camp reporting live bill K. at G. O. ninety five point five
Vice President Biden, Inside the Air War, The New Burma
"Okay so. the Democrats continue this open letter that's basically what it is an open letter in which he informed the media and they're supposed to them there's suppose a congressional colleagues but it's about media attention about their investigation in their interview yesterday with Kurt Volker now member Voelker really only came to light because Rudy Giuliani the world's worst lawyer it's amazing he took that title from Michael Connor Michael Kahn went to jail president trump does have an unerring instinct in choosing the world's worst lawyer he went to Michael Kamen anything is gonna be great and then he's like you know who can I replace the world's worst way with I know Rudy guiliani and it's going great and review site you know be a smart idea I will hold up my phone on camera and say that I text from the state department no way this will go wrong in any class. this is why folks I sort of think that. everything is more easily attributable to comedy of errors stupidity then it is too deep malign planning I not both could be true could be a stupidly carried out scheme but. my general take on the trump administration is that when things appear to have been planted to variously instead they're usually just a reflection of incompetence and stupidity because I mean re Giuliani have you seen a man on TV not great in any case. the house foreign affairs committee and the other Democrats they put forward this when they say the president claims he did nothing wrong even more astonishing his now openly and publicly calling for another form power China so once you don't jam investigation against the bidens to further his own political aims this is not normal or acceptable is unethical unpatriotic and wrong American president should never press foreign powers to target their domestic political rivals I mean I generally agree with that obviously I don't think that you should be pressing the chai calms the Chinese communist fascist government in Beijing to be targeting domestic political rivals in the United States. engaging in the stunning abuses in broad daylight does not absolve president from his wrongdoings are as great offenses against the constitution again something can be wrong and also not illegal. also could be just from mounting off which I think what most Americans take this for over the past week say these Democrats new reports have revealed that other trump administration officials may also have been involved in the illicit effort to get Ukrainian help for the president's campaign for example secretary of state Mike Pompeii has now admitted that he was on the call when president trump explicitly press the Ukrainian president to investigate the buttons but failed to report this to the FBI or other law enforcement authorities well yeah because he didn't think that was a crime is are those from melting off because it probably was but see these Democrats will recall FBI director Christopher ray urged individuals report efforts to seek or receive help from a foreign power may intervene in the US presidential election was we'll see it matters whether we are talking about a broader attempt to target corruption which is going to the trump administration's gays or whether that brought him to target corruption is really just cover for getting a political opponent is obligations and the Democrats is not diminish when the instigator of that foreign intervention is the president of the United States. it is all the more crucial to the security of our elections instead when asked by the media about his knowledge of or participation in the call secretary dissemble what's not treating lined out of likewise we're investigating reports that vice president Mike pence may have been made aware of the contents of the call in his absence from the Ukrainian president's inauguration may have been related to efforts to put additional pressure on Ukraine to deliver on the president's demand well that raises the question as to what the president's demands were if trump said. Mike don't go generation for the Ukrainian president until he pledges to investigate Joe Biden. that would be bad if he said we are involved in the anti corruption effort Ukraine don't go exactly Barack Obama said to Joe Biden about holding back one billion dollars loan it this week current and former state department officials have begun cooperating with the impeachment inquiry by producing documents scheduling interviews depositions based on the first production materials it became immediately apparent why secretary Palmdale tried to block these officials from providing information on there the end from the the ideas can't be right because the fact is within a week vulgar showed up maybe other people who are asked to testify are going to testify within the next week and a half. but they've now released in these text messages and the Democrats say these text messages are quite serious concerns raised by a state department official that the detrimental effects of withholding critical military assistance from Ukraine and the importance of setting up a meeting between president trump and Ukrainian president without further delay you also expressly directly expressed concerns that is critical military assistance and the meeting between the two presidents were being withheld in order to place additional pressure on Ukraine deliver on the president's demand for Ukraine's once politically motivated investigations. earlier today selected portions of these texts were leaked to the press out of context in order to help correct the public record we're now providing an attachment with more complete excerpt from the exchanges my my favorite is that is is then then I can release the whole change just more complete excerpts. I don't like the whole exchange why would anybody just do the whole exchange and that's gonna see right means the Democrats were out there saying we got to see the full transcript of the from the rain phone call by the way if it exists we should see a full transcript what how much more information is better for the American public sunlight fantastic disinfectant but the text they were originally released yesterday were a small portion and immigrants are now single released this slightly larger portion but not the whole thing one of the whole thing seems like that would be useful. the Democrats knowledge and the additional except we are providing are still only a subset of the full body of materials which we hope to make public after a view for personally identifiable information okay good good. I investigation will continue in the coming days will help every member of the house will join us in condemning in the strongest terms the president now open defiance of our core values as American citizens to guard against for interference in our democratic process as we'll see the trump administration case here is that they're trying to investigate for interference in our election process and when president trump is seeking to investigate what went on in Ukraine in twenty sixteen that's because he actually is trying to stop for interference in our election process and we need help from the great training government in order to investigate that and come up with the information and that is not a terrible argument considering again that earlier this year three democratic senators sent a letter to the Iranian government Alaska rather they sent a letter to the Iranian government specifically saying cooperate with the Muller problem we're gonna withhold eight. so we're gonna have to determine what exactly was the trump administration threatening or so before the question was where they threatening and I digested what maybe they weren't threatening and all made from was really threatening anything on the phone call since the Ukrainians apparently according to buzzfeed and The New York Times did that actually no military aid was being withheld at the time the phone call now it appears that it was pretty clear to Ukrainian so that at least a presidential visit was being withheld or that perhaps there were there was some sort of warm relationship that was in the offing if they would do an investigation so the question becomes an investigation into what. was this really about Joe Biden and the cover for that was corruption talk or was this really just corruption talk and part of the corruption talk was about the reason which is in fact a massive Ukrainian company run by oil a dark. get to more of that in just one second but first let's talk about making your online experience safer so I've had my idea to expose before is not pleasant people stole my credit card number and then bought a bunch of stuff with it and that's when I started using express a VPN expressed BPM is an app I used to stay secure online why should you care about interrupting your data well it's often easy for a hacker to bypass wifi security and steal your information looks what flaws like crack and scrap of the K. and he's going to Google it it's hard to know when your device or network is vulnerable if you ever use wifi at a hotel or shopping mall you're sending data over an open network and that means no encryption at all which is a very scary proposition the best way to ensure all your data is encrypted and
"kamen" Discussed on The Anime Pad Podcast
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Teens named as suspects in Canada murders
"Hello this is our case out of Canada from well left from from missing two murder suspects Canadian police say two young man's thought missing or now suspect in the murders of an Australian and his American girl friend as well as another man found dead in northern British Columbia the royal mounted police said on Tuesday they were searching for the teens whose burning car had been discovered not far away they found a body investigators have also been able to confirm that camera cloud and briars Miguel ski have left British Columbia and have been spotted in northern Saskatchewan we believe that they're likely continuing to travel so we don't have a possible destination we can now confirm that they were last seen driving a gray two thousand eleven Toyota Rav four given these latest developments Kaman Briar are no longer considered missing the RCMP are now considering camel cloud and briars Makowski as suspects in the dis lake suspicious death and the double homicide of looks Fowler and China these were asking for the public if you spot prior or cam consider them dangerous do not approach take no action and call immediately nine one one in order to assist our efforts to locate these two men we're releasing new images taken recently camera cloud is described as six foot four similarly a hundred and sixty nine pounds with dark hair and facial hair he has brown eyes briars Miguel ski is described as six foot four three hundred and sixty nine pounds with
2 teens are now suspects in double homicide
"Two teens who Canadian police and nationally believed were missing in British Columbia are now the prime suspects in the murder of a couple royal Canadian Mounted Police say nineteen year old chemical it in eighteen year old Briar Shklovsky are believed to still be traveling Kaman Briar are no longer considered missing the RCMP are now considering camel cloud and briars Miguel ski as suspects in the dis lake suspicious death and the double homicide of looks Fowler and tiny piece they were found shot dead on the highway last week police say those young men were last spotted in northern
NFL owners reportedly have proposed 18-game schedule with 16-game limit for all players as CBA talks intensify
"Will NFL PHEV says eighteen games scheduled not in the best interest of the players Wall Street journal first reported Friday eighteen game schedule that would limit players to sixteen games has been discussed in CBA talks you heard it right players playing in sixteen games during an eighteen game season more Smith confirmed to ESPN's Kaman will that the idea was being discussed but indicated it is not something that he sees
Disney Channel Star Cameron Boyce Has Died at 20
"Morning in a statement on Twitter writing the Walt Disney company mourns the loss of Kaman voice was a friend to so many of us and filled with so much talent part in life and far too young to die our prayers go out to his family and friends voice starred in the Disney Channel film franchise descendants and the channel TV series Jesse is acting debut in the two thousand eight supernatural thriller thriller mir's muscle starred alongside Adam Sandler in the twenty ten films grown ups yeah Adam Sandler really nice tribute to him on Instagram and everything that I read just talk about how kind and sweet this kid was so
Cameron Boyce, Disney star, dies at 20 after a seizure, family says
"The family of twenty year old Disney actor Kaman voices a seizure caused his death boys started many Disney Channel projects starting in twenty eleven he was a strong advocate for charity work in one of his final interviews he explained think about what it is we all have the serial things that we own that we like we you know we will you leave should be bigger than you we need to use what we have to make the world a better place for other people Cameron Boyce was known for his work including playing Adam Sandler son in the first two grown ups movies Adam Sandler tweeted love that kid all our hearts are
Stopping Key Tech Exports To China Could Backfire, Researchers And Firms Say
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from Google from Connecticut to California from Mississippi to Minnesota. Millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow online. Learn how Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact. One of the most raw parts of the US rivalry with China involves the way that China has obtained US technology and this year, the United States will likely at new restrictions on the export of certain technologies a move that is mostly aimed at China. It is meant to help American companies. But it turns out it could also limit the ability of American firms to compete. Here's NPR's, Emily FANG. The cybersecurity from knack Affi known Fritz antivirus software is constantly monitoring the internet searching for the next big threat. The company's chief technology officer, Steve Grossman explains we actually have a billion sensors deployed around the world that allows us to. See new threats track where they go. Now McAfee is one thousand of American technology companies at the frontlines of a global tech rivalry between the US and China. Grossman says the Trump administration's plans to update export controls, which would restrict US companies from exporting sensitive technologies could give the bad guys the upper hand, they're going to use the best technology that they can get their hands on in order to create the most militias capabilities that would potentially impact our customers. Those controls are the most Embiid measures thus far aimed shutting down Chinese hackers and companies stealing technology to get ahead. That theft is a key sticking point and ongoing trade talks between Beijing and Washington. Resolve nearly one year trade war in November the administration sought comment on possible new expert controls for emerging and foundational technologies. Technologies cord cutting edge applications that concerns researchers such as JoAnne camman's. It just slows down science in general for all the people doing good and important discovery. Research Commons is executive director of ABC, gene. A biomedical nonprofit that supports research by sharing material like chromosomal DNA worldwide. She warns export controls could hurt. This kind of cooperation cutting the US off from global research community that would open the door to China to race ahead. DNA is a linear sequence of letters. Once. The letters are known anyone in the world could four money and time make any one of these things the new proposed controls could even restrict to universities and companies hire Aaron NS senior vice president of the US China business council explains how companies might have to be licensed to pass knowledge of technology to a foreign citizen. Not only is the product that they make covered by an export control. But the employees ease that they have would be covered by them as well. That's worrying for many tech companies such as those writing code and working on artificial intelligence Agena, JoAnne Kaman. German stresses that modern research almost always crosses international boundaries basic research, which is given rise, of course, to so many important discoveries that have driven all of the cures in the clinic. You know, all of that work is done collaboratively with scientists between countries instead cyber security analysts like new America's Sam sacks advocate, a small yard, high fence approach restricting the sale of specific technologies with military applications, but leaving everything else accessible because tools like export controls. These kinds of things were meant to be used as scalpels but not as blunt instruments sometime this summer. The US Commerce Department will release a second proposed export controls list. Four foundational technologies. American tech companies who submitted comments hope the Commerce Department will narrow down. What is restricted so far? They haven't heard back. Emily chang. NPR news.
"kamen" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"CBS news on the hour. Real news real reporting on Tom photo, the AR style assault weapon might have malfunctioned so say investigators in the wake of a deadly attack on San Diego. Jewish house of worship it came. Exactly, six months after the worst synagogue attack in US history. The one in Pittsburgh, this one took one life wounded three more, including the rabbi and with more CBS's, Kenneth Craig the attack happened allegedly the hands of nineteen year old man, a thirty say he gunned down worshippers killing one woman and injuring three others, including a young girl. He was just focus to Kim. You see you saw that that hate. And so that that the murdering his is the suspect has been widely reported by the suspect as John Ernest. According to the sheriff upwards of one hundred people may have been inside the synagogue off not border patrolman working security fired at the gunmen, but he got away still police say he then called nine one one to report the shooting off. Officer arrived reportedly jumped out of the car with hands up was immediately taken into custody in Westmoreland, Tennessee, the end of a man hunt triggered by the discovery of five bodies and a rural homes near the Kentucky border presently have it back in custody. His name is Michael Kamen. She would object a pretty intense man hunt. It went on for several hours here in Sumner county, Tennessee Josh Novon with Tenessee bureau of investigation. Adding that those investigators are still trying to determine a motive not a Seattle side of deadly construction accident acquaint collapse at our Google building project cars were crushed by this grain, Cairo reporter DD son on the weather. Watch winners are not quite done yet with the upper mid west, Chicago, included, here's WB. I'm Jennifer Keiper, national weather service says no fall can usually expected to stop accumulating in mid March. But here in Chicago, we've learned that is not always the case. And this is the wet heavy stuff for those who work out. Outdoors whether like this. It's a mess and Rick Remus our landscape designer with Paul's landscaping long robe says for those who have find textured evergreens we're recommending that our clients get out there as often as possible to knock off that snow. President Trump went to Green Bay Wisconsin for one of his periodic rallies. This in a state key to twenty sixteen election among his themes issue, credited with helping Democrats when control of the house we win. We're coming up with a great package of healthcare. We're going to be the party of healthcare. We're coming up with a great package after.
Drink hot tea at your own risk: New study is latest to show link to esophageal cancer
"Well, we've all heard about the benefits of drinking tea, but a new study says it drinking piping hot tea could actually increase your risk of esophageal cancer. According to the American Cancer Society, Dr Farren Kaman, gar who was a co author on this study joins us now in the Carol de Newsline. Dr kempter, tell us about this study question of this study was whether drinking beverages including hot tea. Increases the risk of Asaf agility cancer every year over four hundred thousand people get this type of cancer. However, there was no perspective. Dido no, well, done perspective, data in which had been measured in this case study was very novel in that fifty thousand people enrolled in study who at the beginning did not have any cancer every person for every person that teach temperature drinking was measured. So this was really the first time. Temperature measurements was done on fifty thousand people and fifty thousand people have been followed for over ten years to see who gets Joe janitor, who does not get stoppage. Okay, sir. And as we predicted people who showed a strong preference for drinking hot tea has a higher risk of getting Joe cancer. Is it just t- and not any other hot liquids like coffee? For example. We believe it is for any hot. People should not be too worried about drinking copy or anything like that. Because it's drinking very hot. Or hot other liquid that causes? So we're talking about having your T more than one hundred fifty degrees Fahrenheit. That's win the risk increases. Sometimes they did drink ten cups of clubs up. The that's really dangerous but drinking one Cup of coffee per day. Let's say at sixty degrees centigrade or fifty five degrees centigrade. And that is what typically Americans do not increase the risk. So while this study showed that drinking very hot too at copious, those increases risk of cancer. People should not be too worried about drinking beer copy. They drink his as reasonable temperatures. Okay. And so is it just because you know, with anything that's too hot. It's probably going to I guess burn your Asaf against certain extend maybe that causes long term damage is that how that works that is the proposed mechanism. Yes. That's what's happening is that gonna burn esophagus and any tissue that you damage over an offer. It is it is it the risk of cancer in that tissue goes off interesting. Thank you so much. That's Dr Farren
"kamen" Discussed on Pod Save America
"Michael Kamen is headed and that is such a. Monumental thing that it's almost too big to truly fathom in the constraints of actual of how we think about politics, right? It is the president is a criminal. And the only thing that is keeping him from going to prison is being president. And that is fucking weird. Yeah. I mean, that's that's one thing. We learned that's a big one genie re works for Muller in the special counsel's office. Also said Cohen provided quote credible information regarding any links between the campaign and a foreign government. So that's the second conspiracy. That also Trump might be should be possibly indicted for that will maybe find out more from Muller as the months go on here. Meanwhile, assistant US attorney nNcholas ruse part of the New York prosecutorial team from SDN y said that Coen's, quote charges portray a pattern of deception brazenness, and greed, and he added most importantly that these crimes harmed free and transparent elections, and in committing these crimes Cohen has eroded faith in the electoral process now as the prosecutors are saying all this about Cohen. They're also saying that Trump directed him to commit these crimes. So by association here, the idea is that Trump has undermined faith in the electoral process and undermined free and transparent elections, which I think is probably going to be a theme of the. That come down here. Both in the Cohen hush money case, and the Russia case importantly, I mean, the one of the many incredible things about Muller here in the special counsel investigation is he is weaving together a very cohesive narrative about Trump's crimes they are not random here. They all go to the central point that Trump and his campaign and his associates have undermined our electoral system with their crimes. Yeah. It's not great. It's not. It's not great. And the other thing that's important. By the way, is like this is not everyone can say this because this is Trump's defense here. This is not Cohen's word against Trump's the prosecutors would not have brought this case the judge would not have accepted the sentencing, the sentencing recommendation, if there had not been hard evidence, they know that Cohen doesn't always tell the truth. And so there is evidence of this too. Which is also the more much more incredible. Because Trump is just like tweeting up a storm this morning about like all these defenses that sort of fall apart on closer, look, and I don't think he realizes or maybe he doesn't doesn't care that there's evidence here. You know? Like, there is something interesting that has happened over the last week, which is for the people who have paid close attention to what has happened. It was been happening related to all of the various Trump crimes, whether it's related to these payments or Russia or various people why before congress remind the FBI like we have sort of known that. Like, there's just been this lag. Between what the evidence says in sort of the general view of the press and political world about the legal and political peril that Trump is in because of these investigations right up until this past week, this if you were to put truth serum into a bunch of reporters there sort of you would be yet Trump probably did some things, but the campaign here too dumb to actually engage in any real criminal conspiracy. And it doesn't really matter because his base won't care and probably the congress won't do anything, and you feel a little bit. Maybe it's the rounding the corner to the twenty twenty election cycle, or it's just just that all these things tend to happen slowly. And then suddenly, but like in the last week, and I think that Cohen sentencing memo's, like we're the sort of own of the tipping points here and people are like, oh, there is a lot of real criminal Allitt real real credible allegations against Trump and real very serious. Legal jeopardy for everyone involved here. And I think that is different. And that does affect his ability to transact politics in Washington between now and the presidential election. Yeah. And and one more piece of evidence that came out this week to that regard. Prosecutors also announced on Wednesday that the parent company of the National Enquirer is cooperating in their investigation of the payments and involved Cohen from the New York Times, quote, according to prosecutors American media company admitted that it's one hundred fifty thousand dollar payment in August of.
"kamen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Program ai you're going to know how to make thomas vehicles like whatever your obsession is and you just go get way educated on that but wall ron education i do want to put my finger on the weirdest thing about the system we're in now is it changes so rapidly and like if you learn how to code something today it's going to be totally irrelevant here from now yeah another problem to solve yeah but that one's exciting for people like you and i liked to learn yeah i want to close out the episode with a question around adaptation win dean said the quote from darwin about it's not the strongest that survive it's the most adapted to change a little glint in your eyes you love that quote so much so i just want to ask like how do you think we become more adaptive overall very very simple you emotionally buy into the fact that from the ground up that is what humans have evolved to do we are born the way that we're born completely incapacitated so that our brain can continue to to develop in its specific context humans are so context or ended it's the whole field of epigenetics so whatever's happening to worry now you're going to evolve to that thing now that stays with you your entire life so you can put yourself in a situation and know that you can adapt to that so once you understand like stop being excited about being strong stop being excited about being smart that's the darwin quote it is not the strongest of the species nor the most intelligent that survived but rather the most adaptive to change get fucking excited about that like that is what you're meant to do.
"kamen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"When i got into quest and we were really like we were having a managed cash flow and all that stuff then all the sudden i was like whoa this mass stuff is actually super important and it has all these weird do secrecy is about growth rates percentages how percentages change like that i was like oh my god if i had understood back in school that it i was going to need it in my life like this then i really would have paid attention but like even college i was like i'm going to be a filmmaker like none of this applies and if i had just gone straight into what i'm doing now other than the entrepreneurial angle of not wanting to be taken advantage of i probably would never need it it was only in that sort of period at quest just shy of a decade where it was like okay well now it's like really important in my life and i'm really making decisions around this so that's why i think more than we should be teaching like advanced mathematics and things like i promise you do not need calculus and i took calculus in high school that we should be teaching things that are far more practical like how to think self esteem problem solving you know how to deal with nutrition like things that really echo in your life yeah awesome so i just want to read a quote and kind of get your reaction to it every dean said every kid shows up at school as a question mark and comes out as a period was like oh man that's yeah that was sexy.
"kamen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"S we have to do one no that it's the right thing to always like hedge like check yourself not think of yourself as the next always be looking to like know that if i can prove them wrong about this then i think he will evolve that's always better and then to to reinvent yourself constantly so that you're able to draw on deep wealth of knowledge we actually had a comment from someone who watch video all e gilpin he was writing notes to himself or or to the rest of the audience and saying the adult idea of knowing stuff can actually be down downfall when you think you're an expert you're not used to new ways of seeing and doing things so just love that note i love that whole part of the episode of it was a good one all right let's switch it up a little bit let's talk about education and this was a main focus of the episode with all of deans work with his organization i he says he believes we don't have an education problem we have a cultural or not an education crisis cultural crisis what do you think well i thought that his take on it in the episode was really fascinating and that he's operating from the position of let's not say that we have a supply and demand problem let's instead intentionally like maybe we do have a supply and demand problem by the way but like let's just look at it from a different way what if that isn't the issue but instead people just don't care about what's being presented to them and i think that there's a lot a lot lot of truth to that so here my quick thoughts on education i'm not an expert you should follow only my logic you definitely should not like take my words at face value i think that that's really important for everybody to know that i know about that but added glance i will say that the number of hours you have to put into teaching is so insane that the only way that you're going to attract really intense talent is to celebrate it and make it a way for people to make a very substantial amount of money they don't have to go into it to get rich but like dude you can't fight that hard.
"kamen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"To solve big problems yeah you you've like my obsession right now is getting people to understand what execution really is so people get it in sports so i'm gonna use a sports analogy michael jordan was a better player than other people steph is a better player than other people lebron james is a better player than other people and because of that to quote kobe bryant who also was better than other people booze don't block dunks people can say what the fuck they want they can hate any all day they can bring the best of their skill set which they have honed and trained to try to stop you and they still can't stop you because you can execute your skill set gets a result that is desirable now if people could like really wrap their heads around that they would stop trying to learn something to check a box they would stop trying to learn something to please their boss and they would start realizing that you can become the boss by being better than everyone else so yes to leverage imagination you have to understand the probably you also have have the skill set to then go deploy against your imagination and because so many people stop it like i'll get criticism on my interviews and stuff and i think this is actually really good criticism but it's delivered because they're angry about it and i'm like why are you angry like if you if you're not doing an interview show because you're not capable and the anger comes from thinking that you can actually execute me but i don't know like how is some secret part of you not going like present this as hey maybe this will be useful to you recognizing that this is fucking hard like it's a big never from convincing people to come work for me to go out and get the guests that builds a sets do the lights the show of all of that and then to ask questions like it is so confusing to me when people not criticize that's not confusing that's beautiful i'm grateful for that it's when it's vitriolic like they're angry and i'm just like.
"kamen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"So netflix is obviously already done it and tv but anyway so on comics i'm really thinking a lot about how you do that and you have to be able to imagine things that aren't there but it starts with me trying to understand how we've ended up with the system that we've ended up with what is the nature of the system i who's it serving what is it doing well and when you understand them and you understand how everybody interacts with that you understand the pain points then you can draw on and this is where imagination can be cultivated because i have experienced outside of the comic book industry outside of the entertainment industry i can look at this problem and their solutions to some of the stuff that seems so obvious to me because it's how other industries do it now wasn't obvious to me when i was in food like i was like what the hell like i didn't understand who any of it worked i didn't it took me like two years to understand what people mean by channel which now seems so obvious i could not wrap my head around what a channel was what channel conflict was like none of it made sense and so over time you begin to really understand it because you're interacting with people and you see them get emotional something you're like like when you can understand the human impact of something that's when you really really understand it so when you wrap your head around the problem like that all the sudden if you can see it from a different angle that's imagination so to me it isn't so much like how does imagination contrast with execution it is a fundamental part of executing because unless you're just gonna copy people you've got to imagine something by starting with a real deep understanding of the problem and like experience from outside that problem then you can imagine something that's never been done with that particular problem and be able to solve it in a unique way which is of course exactly what i did which is literally what dean does on a day to day basis what is four hundred and forty patents speak to so in other words you need to be executing to understand problems to acquire skills so that you can do the type of imagination it's going to allow you.
"kamen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Wow this and pink dragons like that's not what they're talking about what they're talking about is being able to look beyond what already exists into in the case of einstein his big breakthrough came from imagining himself i think it was like on a train or traveling on a light beam whatever it was it was going the speed of light and he was like okay what would happen if i then hit a flashlight with the beam of light be like next to me and he realized node race away from me at the speed of light and a like what the fuck like why would you think that i'd be like yeah it'd be right next to me like because if you think i'm throwing a ball at the same speed i'm traveling like you see those like the canons that shoot a ball in the opposite direction that the truck is racing have you ever seen that and literally just drops straight down it is so weird and so that was how i would have imagined it so really what they're talking about is that ability to accurately imagine something that no has approved for to really be able to suss that out now why do i bring that up when i'm talking about execution because you've got to really understand the problem and understand the problem you've got to have thought deeply about it which dean talks at length about how well he didn't fit into the traditional education system he was thinking deeply about the stuff so execution is actually about knowing what to do now when you understand the problem i'm going through this imagination this question is as if you and i talked about it but we actually didn't this is what i've been doing for the last two hours upstairs is really thinking about how do we solve the direct to consumer problem in the comic book market because i think that's the problem that has to be solved and then ultimately we're gonna have to solve that and film and tv but one problem at a time.
"kamen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Yes yeah this super interesting interview i think people really were resonating with this one i was reading some of the youtube comments this is another abundance three sixty special thank you peter demand no kidding but let's dive into it dean had a lot of really cool like little soundbite phrases that he said throughout the episode that were really interesting i'm going to read some of those throughout this episode but the first is he said knowledge is a commodity and i was like whoa that kind of shit and don't focus on knowledge and we titled the episode or imagination was one of the things that dean was talking about a lot knowledge is a lotta di because we have this phone in our pocket that we can access knowledge and any any moment any all the world's knowledge so i want to ask you because you talk so much about execution in the importance of that and dean was really stressing the importance of imagination where does imagination kind of stack up against execution in your mind against execution that's really interesting so i i am a big believer in putting that quote from both dean who's echoing einstein einstein into context and and what they mean and that's why opened with asking him like what do you think einstein really meant by that because to answer how it stacks up against execution you have to understand what they really mean because they don't mean daydreaming or what most people think of as imagination they think of it as sort of this childish thing about being able to magin purple cloud.
"kamen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"You're listening to the impact theory podcast your source of empowering ideas and actionable techniques from the world's highest achievers join host tom bill you serial entrepreneur and co founder of the billion dollar brand quest nutrition on a journey to mock your potential and realize your vision of success welcome impact theory everybody welcome to another episode of after impact i'm your host tom bill you and i'm here with the extraordinary agents smith mr bill you what up how's it going it's going well i'm still trying to die of a hacking cough at all is well that cough is plaguing you yes nemesis right now it's right now to admit but you have to speak so much it's not fun to be coughing well this is after impact the show where we unpack the impact of this week's episode with dean cayman in cayman inventor hundreds of patents four hundred forty that's madness that's crazy that is mad like how many patents per year is that in your career dozens it's a lot entrepreneur done so many amazing things segue inventor yup auto syringe indeed the ever popular yeah i don't even really know what the threat is you that's what i'm saying i looked it up for the research yeah yeah i've seen it but i in the beginning it was really popularize for diabetics okay so back in the early days it was the first atom one oh nice that's great that's a really important invention.
"kamen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"I said you know what let's take the assumption we don't even have an education crisis which is a good thing because if we did since it's already a massive piece of every local budget it's not like you can easily add a material amount of resources to it or amount of time in the day or amount anything if so i said let's take the assumption we don't have an education crisis at all it's not what we don't have enough of teachers books resources it's what we have too much of distractions from kids wanting to learn let's assume it's not a supply problem at all it's a demand or lack of demand problem we live in a culture it's a free culture of america that's what's great about it and in a free culture you get the best of what you celebrate and in this same schools that all had an education crisis even the inner city schools that have no budgets for anything in fact particularly the inner city schools were managing to make all the great football players and basketball players and stars hollywood why is that maybe it's because a little bit of real desire and passion is worth all out more than the opportunity they throw it you when they force you to go to school like it's punishment and i said in our culture by them thirty years ago we knew certain things really energizing all kids no matter what the socio economic background all kids our whole culture was obsessed and still is with sports and entertainment that's not bad my love sports and entertainment but you gotta understand that's the result of having a rich enough society to be able to afford those things it is not the cause of our wealth that's the result of it.
"kamen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"I think what he meant when he said it and it's even way more true now because while imagination is more valuable than ever knowledge is a commodity i mean you know one hundred years ago if you wanted some fact you might have to traipse to some library if they add it and if you know where to find it today a few billion people are walking around with a thing in their pocket that has access to all the knowledge that's ever been documented so now is virtually free and accessible instantly imagination is what allows us to do the next great thing imagination allows us to say well i can take all this knowledge that's what we have today how do i make a better tomorrow well what do you add to knowledge to create the future you have to innovate what's innovation innovation is taking all the same facts that everybody else has looking at the same problems that everybody else is looking at but see them differently and say this is what we can do to fix this problem that's imagination and i think what albert einstein was trying to say was in his day surrounded by the great physicist of all time they were stuck in a model where they all had the facts in the emerging field of quantum mechanics and the emerging fields of physics at the turn of the twentieth century he was one by one literally pulling out the pillars of what for a few thousand years with the core of what we thought was knowledge i mean he said well time time isn't a constant time the unit of time depends on your frame of reference that's relativity he said mass mass isn't what do you think it is you celebrate things they're mass changes the guy literally undermined fundamental pillars of what we all knew what the laws of nature and he said well newton sorta got it right.
"kamen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"To begin work on regenerative medicine and for this insane list of accomplishments he was inducted into the inventors hall of fame in two thousand and five awarded the national medal of technology presented by president bill clinton the lemelson mit prize and in two thousand eleven he was named the laureate of the franklin institute in mechanical engineering so please help me in welcoming the founder and chief doozy's too i which serves hundreds of thousands of kids ages six to eighteen in more than sixty countries around the world the college dropout who is now a fellow of the american institute for medical and biological engineering dean cayman the and thank you so much for joining me today this has been for me at least this has been an interview that i've been hounding peter to help put together for very long time and it is an honor to be sitting here with you your accomplishments or just astonishing but what i find far more interesting about you is the way that you bring humanity into it and that collision to me is is really really intr disting and i want to start earlier today actually when you and i met for the first time you quoted einstein and you were talking about how he said knowledge is less important than imagination thank you so much for joining me today this has been for me at least this has been an interview that i've been hounding peter to help put together for a very long time and it is an honor to be sitting here with you your accomplishments or just astonishing but what i find far more interesting about you is the way that you bring humanity into it and that collision to me is is really really interesting and i want to start earlier today actually when you and i met for the first time you quoted einstein and you were talking about how he said knowledge is less important than imagination so why is it that you think imagination is more important and what does it really mean.
"kamen" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Everybody welcome to impact eerie your here my friends because you believe that human potential is nearly limitless but you know that having potential is not the same as actually doing something with it so our goal with this show and company is to introduce you to the people and ideas that will help you actually execute on your dreams all right today's episode is a little bit different than normal it was shot peter demand abundance three sixty which is an incredible gathering of some of the world's most profound thinkers to look at the state of technology and where humanity is going to be in the future and it brought through some people that we've been trying to get on the show but for scheduling reasons haven't been able to so we took advantage all right today's guest is one of the most accomplished inventors in us history he has over four hundred forty patents to his name and he started inventing when he was just five years old and by the time he graduated high school his inventions were netting him roughly sixty thousand dollars a year which was more than both of his parents made combine and while still in college he founded his first company called auto syringe which made cutting edge medical equipment including the first wearable insulin pump for diabetics the company was so successful he was able to sell it to baxter international and then create deca research and development company that was designed from the ground up to foster innovation and generate creative breakthroughs on a grand scale he and his team at decca have already revolutionized several industries including human transportation healthcare and bionics they've created such gain changing technologies as the advanced prosthetics used by darpa the hydro flex surgical irrigation pump the crown stent which is save millions of lives and the first home dialysis machine as well as a water filtration device that can turn the world's filthiest water into safe clean drinking water they've also created such ubiquitous staples as the i bought mobility device which is the world's most advanced wheelchair and to say he was also recently granted a three hundred million dollar contracts.