24 Burst results for "Kansas State University"

"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"Markets study commissioned by the. Usda it looks at the impacts of formula marketing agreements says. They've evolved over the past two decades as compared to the cash negotiated cattle trade and they came up with a set of recommendations on improving the flow of price information to you producers and throughout the beef industry later on on this week's wildlife management segment case states. Charlie lee takes another look at coyote behavior. How that influences attempts to control. Coyote damage all this and more here on agriculture. Today you're tuned into agriculture. Today here on the case state radio network. Welcome once again as we'll devote time today to information that's been pulled together by a trio of agricultural economists here. Kansas state university is getting at a persistent question in the beef cattle industry having to do with market price discovery joining us. Now our glenn tanzer. Ted schroeder and brian coffee they co-authored this large overview of information that they pulled together which will hopefully shed some light on beef markets cattle markets efficiency effectiveness there and price and value discovery within. That ted will bring you in i. This is a long standing point of discussion..

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"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"Than four years post fire patches females also selected sites with about fifteen to twenty five percent bare ground which was available during the year of the fire and one year post fire and two year post fire patches during the non breeding season they selected sites with lower visual obstruction available in year of fire and one year post fire patches. I think what that information tells us is that there are some very significant things that landowners can do to improve habitat conditions for lesser prairie chicken. That may not have an economic impact on their operations. It's only by following along with some of these management suggestions that are probably going to impact lesser prairie chicken populations to keep them off the list. If it's not already too late but if we're concerned about recovering lesser prairie chicken. We're going to have to make some changes. The remaining grasslands that we have perhaps can be managed in a way that doesn't disrupt normal grazing practices but can be more beneficial to lesser prairie chicken. And this research which was conducted in two counties in kansas comanche and kiowa indicates that patch burn grazing may be one land management approach to again supporting lesser parade. Chicken numbers charlie. Thanks for going over this former. Kansas state university wildlife specialist. Charlie lee there man with that. Are tuesday edition comes to close. Thanks for being along with us eric. Atkinson bidding you a good day for agriculture. Today this is a case state radio network..

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"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"Gusts vendor hoven of kansas state university with comment on life in rural kansas. It rush the daughter and her husband. Daughter of the daughter of a dear friend who needed help is a landscape plan for the recently purchased property of four acres. I do not know the daughter nor her husband but they recently moved to kansas. That in itself is a wise decision. I don't recall delivery before but open. Space most have appealed to them as well as being closer to family. They bought space close to four acres to four acres repair of farm. And i google to property and saw more scattered homes on what seems to be four acre plots on the aerial photo i can see the old farmstead barns and outbuildings is so way to finish a farming career is a big bang. Sell acreage especially when the city is coming your way but to farm dealed farmville be gone. Sometimes a bond building rockwall or fencepost are all that is left maybe a piece of machinery ever rockwall is spite of your property. It's something to hang onto as an element in the landscape. I told to daughter of a friend that i will be glad to help her daughter and her husband as merchants at could the reality is. I've not gone out to look at the property. I've not worked it yet and it needs to be walked many times. The i walk should be me alone so that i noticed whatever decide is trying to tell me the four acres are fairly flat visit slide slope to the south looking at it from the air through google. It probably was a hay meadow earlier. It may have been plowed. I would have to dig into the old farm history. The house is not exciting to look at and as this often it's placed square wrister road Other houses in the neighborhood seemed to have been cited on four acres that will be so easily done and could be the start to create an interesting landscape in kansas rayvey. Lift twenty degrees east of south. If decide allows that is a good position solar wise for the house. it's interesting net. Our house here on the hill has been placed along that line. The benefit of that is obvious..

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"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"Agriculture today. This is agriculture today. Stop look and listen son. Freshman students no lie. They want to go to college. I think many do not. That's gusts fender hoven of kansas state university with comment on life in rural kansas. My agenda has a big circle around august twenty third as it being today. Classes start again in early august. Ident- notice vigo's coming back in town vis furniture to get ready and settled in and a friend remarked about a sudden increase in student noise of those students who settled in various parties. I expect the accident. Orangeville soom settled down as the students have to learn to hate the books and study. That goes for all students but especially the freshman. Some of its bill not stay. The shock of voter university really is may hit them hard..

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"kansas state university" Discussed on Imagine a Place

Imagine a Place

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on Imagine a Place

"Don't worry won't be selling your address or information before. I jump into this next guest though i wanna share how much those ratings and especially those written views mean to me and the imagine place team. I personally love getting them. It's your best way to show support for what we're doing your joying. Imagine a place. It would mean so much. If you drop a review on apple podcasts or spotify all right in our last episode. We heard from a professor of design today. We'll hear from a recently graduated students. Here's the deal if you think there's nothing you can learn from a student. You're about to be turned upside down. So via cost is as wise collected in clear headed as anyone that i've had on the podcast so far. She's a recent grad case date. Kansas state university. She was part of their five years. Master's program in interior architecture and industrial design. Even more impressive is humble nature and hurt urgent and active passion for sustainability. That's something i've been feeling from so many of the students i've interacted with. I believe the planet is full of bright passionate youth and they will be the change that we know we need. We just need to given the stage and allow them to lead. Here's my conversation with sophia. Hit is awesome. Where are you heading. Yeah i'm gonna get to start.

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"kansas state university" Discussed on Regenerative Agriculture Podcast

Regenerative Agriculture Podcast

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on Regenerative Agriculture Podcast

"I'm public health. My guest for this episode is dale stricter from green cover seed and from many other places as well not just green cover seed but i think when we look geographically at all the places dale has been than it would make for an interesting map so dale thank you very much for joining us. I've been really been looking forward to this conversation. Thank you yeah. You have lots of experience on a cover crops and on regenerating soil in lots of different landscapes and ecosystems. Can you tell us a little bit about your personal story and kind of the background. The context of your work and what. You're really passionate an inspired about that. Grow up on a farm southeast kansas. I actually i recently moved close to where i grew up as little town named colony. Kansas father was a basically sharecropper for a long time and then eventually bought land in and we had hogs and cattle in crops and occasionally sheep ducks goats the whole old macdonald thing so we were very diversified and school at kansas state university and got a couple of bachelors in masters and then totta grenada community college for fifteen years in thoroughly enjoyed that experience but found. It's hard to raise a family in the manner. I'd like to on teaching salary. I entered private industry at worked for land lakes agr- alliance you know all all these different permutations of of land legs that they had in agronomy at the time as a great learning experience as well got learn work with a lot of really good people and worked for star seed for awhile lab and vaillant usa and now with green cover. Which is a. I don't know if i could write a job. That relieve fit me better personality wise or or interest y site. I've always been fascinated by cover. Crops have been fascinated by soil. What makes so better of number of experiences early on in my life. That made me very interested in soil and when i went away to college it was you know every summer where i live now. We get about thirty six inches right which should be fully adequate but every summer crops will just burn up while i just thought we didn't get enough rain because all summer long woah. We could use. Your rain. Boy could use rain and just like yesterday. I was driving through and the area where i live now. We only got into the field. Start planning seven days ago and yesterday hundred degree day the corn is already rolling while and that's seven days after being saturated seven days after being to the plant we've got corn that suffering in salaciously. Here we're always one week away from a drought and it's true. I just grew up. Assuming that's normal. This is this how it is everywhere. You gotta have rain every week or you're in trouble and then i moved away in went to places where they have this stuff called soil and like you mean you can go whole month without rain or two months without rain your crops. Don't just die. Oh wow this. This is great. And so i looked at are really heavy. Clay soil i mean. Brickmaking has historically been huge industry in this area because the soils better for making bricks and it is for making crops and is like i don't like just accepting bets the way things are and so it's like how can i fix the soil. What can i do while the the answer obviously is organic matter. Have you increase your solar gang ladder. While if you open a garden book it says well you import you know all these long clippings are leaf moulder..

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"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"This is agriculture today. Stop look and listen. This is our state kansas. I told him i had my final exam written. That's gus vendor hoven of kansas state university with comment on life in rural kansas. If i were still teaching landscape architecture. I would have my final exam ready but i'm not teaching anymore and it was at. Vpi dead taught that. If i still taught i would throw this idea to my students for their final exam. As a matter of fact i tried to. Id on the one student in france. I've mended ever since he and his brother were in high school. I cannot believe it but this fall. He will be in his fifth and final year. It has been tough base to grown virus but he hung in there and was admitted into deficiency year for his masters as i told him in email over the weekend. It won't be a full year anymore. When you start in the fall you can do it. And i know he will. He is a marine. He served his four years as did this twin brother. I told him. I had my final exam written. Of course it will be a project as it should be. And here's the project designed a paddock paradise for tired horsh. This may sound wild to you. But i can assure you that such ventured exists as a matter of fact several in different parts of the world and the one i'm thinking of us designed by landscape architect at division of the client designed for horses so i think it is absolutely fair that are throw this editor students as a final class project. I'm shoot at having study for the final exam. The students will be totally unprepared..

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"kansas state university" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

The Virtual Couch

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on The Virtual Couch

"In pirates of the caribbean and quick side. Note when i was going to school. I started my college experience in kansas state university in manhattan kansas. I was trying to play baseball there and we would leave. My i was in. This fraternity walked the campus and in the winter it was brutally cold and at that time i also had a horrific over. I was losing my hair like nobody's business. I hadn't dealt with that yet. So man would just cold and windy and so i wouldn't could get into a building and then try to take care of my flap of hair on the top of my head be somewhat presentable. I wasn't going to go back out again. So even can ahead gaps in the day hours. At times between classes. I would stay in a particular building and there was one where i found this giant lecture hall and there was this two hour lecture three days a week have no idea what the subject matter was but i would just go in there and i would just settle down and i would take the greatest nap in the history of all naps three days a week. Almost my entire freshman year and it was just amazing experience because of just the repetitive nature the droning of the professor and it was just amazing but anyway pirates. It can be my naptime. So we're on the right and here's where it says not going to be my best self but again he own..

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"kansas state university" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale

"Were having to use their mom. And dad's iphone. Mom and dad's are having to work at home and also teach their kids and this impacted woman and such a dramatic manner for remote teaching of their child as well as working remotely and still continuing all the domestic duties at they've done in the past. The bypass community of course has been extremely challenged for same reasons such as the lack of broadband and such but also their jobs. You know when we think about essential workers. That's the community that was working in their grocery stores. And you know frontline workers doing all of these. Cna's everybody that wasn't getting paid enough. But they needed the job just to make ends meet and constantly putting their lives at risk and that's what we saw. We saw lot of these communities ending up in the hospital or having more health concerns than other groups of because they were not in the middle class. They weren't they didn't have the job security or the health insurance security enough to stop working and go remote. That does not what they could do. And that's what we wanna do. We want to make sure our young students. Who are you know getting out of school with more debt than ever before our black and african american community also need the same type of housing internet services and insurance increasing their salaries from minimum wage to fifteen for all groups involved so these were definitely some of the challenges. And that's what this task force is doing to see. How do we address that. What kind of funds are needed but kind of representation is needed. How do we work with our police department. How do we work with our schools and our teachers our principals and just the local populace in general on. There's a lot population that doesn't believe we have a problem with with diversity and that's a whole different issue suddenly unless you recognize. There's a problem you can't really sit down and discuss solutions. So that's become a huge barrier as well so yeah. These are challenging times. And i think we just need to continue to work hard and break down each of those barriers so that everybody has an equal chance of being successful while no that is an extremely insightful perspective because as you brought up broadband is something we don't even think about and it speaks to my privilege. I'll say this but absolutely it would disparately a fat block communities by pop community. We don't even think about that. Huge huge hurdle in terms of trying to pursue education in these chandan palm and looking at Well let me ask you this. When you're looking at these allegations in the virus and we now have the delta variant. Maybe more to come or you're concerned. About what the fall and the winter looked what and then as you brought up. We have a huge contingency of americans simply a refusing the vaccine. Even some in the health. If you're right. And i know many of your children and family on healthcare as well. So what is the the stumbling blah to accepting this vaccine. And how as a leader would you propose to overcome some of that hesitancy. Yeah good. that's the biggest challenge of all so. I live in a university town with kansas state university. And they're planning on opening up..

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"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"Side and also some management things employee management Some of the data management income tax update There's a number of things like that. So it's varied offering and folks can choose seven out of those nineteen to take part in and that is really one of the standout features of this program. They can customize their own agenda that's right and with the online access the following week. Those will be live presentations online. So if they have some that. They didn't get when they were here in person. They could join those presentations online the following week and catch up on some of the others. That's an added component and sort of a benefit if you will from the code proceedings from last year. That's how that came about and that'll take place the week of the twenty third the following week registration for either or both of those versions of the conference out one go about that. It's on the egg manager dot info website or they can contact me My email is rv l. at case you dot. Edu be glad to be in touch with folks and answering any questions have and there is a deadline. Typically for registering. What is that. We'll have that on august thirteenth for the first deadline. They can go ahead and register after that but it would be at an increased fee all of that information on the fees and so forth and the program itself of course at egg manager dot info but once more the main event is in person august the nineteenth and the twentieth and enrich. This really is a well rounded program. Anybody involved in agriculture can gain something from this. That's really true. And we do have a wide variation of people who attended From farm producers to lenders the other agribusiness folks So there's a lot of different folks coming we also have a small trade show with Some of the cornyn soybean commissions and A few others that will be joining us. Well it's an exceptional event. Every year and again it is set. The two thousand twenty one version in august at the alumni center here on the kansas state university campus. The annual risk and profit conference put on by k. state agricultural economics. All the best with it as you tie up the final details in preparation rich. Thank you for coming over. Thanks for having me. Agricultural economist rich llewellyn of case date. The risk and profit conference the nineteenth and the twentieth of august.

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"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"Agriculture today. Stop look and listen in. Places of branch has broken off the tree and now reaches into the hayfield. That's gus vendor hoven of kansas state university with comment on life in rural kansas. It is at this time of the year that nature is about to take over its abundance of growth everything is growing and it all looks lush and green. We've had good rains. And that test pushed growth especially the weeds. But now the read. She'll be into ben and corn and beans are growing. It is early summer. in kansas. To harvest his luke bleached some farmers followed read harvest biz debated and rolled up the child and stokes and large tied bales to be so to the nursery for milch or stable. For betting i walked by my neighbors harvested read field and along the edge. I found a few stokes is full heads. I carefully picked and brought them home on a place them in a ten face and it stents next to the open fireplace celebrating the twenty twenty one read harvest. We have not grown read or beans for many years. It's actually hey grown now. All of our has been cut cute and bailed most of it has been hold off and taken home. It's when i drove to cleaned. Hey feels that. I notice the work that needs to be done. I need to bush hawk or more along the edges to stop the boots from encroaching further into fields. There's always that fringe of brome left..

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"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"I expect some birds fly at dusk and find a quiet safe place to route but komo morning they realized as daylight increases they are taught. That is from what i observed the morning. Then i'll watch the educated ren hop on the railing then clung to the wall dan flutter against a closed window and it is then that i saw the other end the female clutter against the glass on the inside of the garage and her to chur. Chur chur. I realized the effect of a wall that two creatures who are bonded are separated. They could see each other and hear each other but could not touch each other to see the inside ren flutter apponaug the glass window a rare experience as it's mate flooded on the outside. Go up and down in a frantic dance. I was stunned for a moment. Because all my thoughts about walls that separate. Of course. I will change the situation. I got up and walked to the garage veteran now. Further in the eaves. I opened a garage door wide and hope that i would see the bird find. Its way out. It had to come down out of the rafters as i stepped aside after opening the door. The earning more light flooded in the door is on the east south side and to my great joy i saw iran dive down and fly this rapid ring. Beat fires me. It was free again over the last few days. I've seen rents hang around the open door of the garage. I must rocking horse. Goes to see if they chose to build this debt. I surely hope they have not chosen the dark engine of my pickup truck as a place to build a nest or heaven forbid inside the garage vista visseren. All things are possible gusts fender hoven of kansas state university with his weekly commentary on life in rural kansas. That'll do it for our wins the dishes as always thanks for tuning in please rejoin.

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"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

Agriculture Today

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on Agriculture Today

"From kansas state university. This is agriculture. Today eric atkinson with you coming up. Today case states robin reid will announce that case states county level estimates on art county crop program payments for two thousand twenty production abject been updated. She'll tell you how to access those then from the washburn university school of law roger..

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How Could Lab-Grown Meat Change the Pet Food World?

BrainStuff

01:54 min | 1 year ago

How Could Lab-Grown Meat Change the Pet Food World?

"Do we ensure that what we feed our pets is not only good for them a rich in protein and all the nutrients new to keep them healthy but good for our planet to ask many of us reduce our meat intake or opt for more sustainable animal proteins. Could we do the same for pets for the article. This episode is based on how stuff works. Spoke with greg aldrich a research associate professor in the coordinator of the pet food program the department of grain science and industry at kansas state university. He said it's all doable. I can formulate a vegetarian diet for a dog. I can make a vegan diet for a dog. it's just a lot harder to get it all balanced and then to get them to like it. The pet food institute estimates that more than one hundred and eighty million dogs and cats are living in. us households and the american pet products association reports that americans spent more than forty two billion dollars on pet foods and treats in twenty twenty alone and all of that is rough on the planet a twenty seventeen paper written by ucla researcher. Gregory oaken found that american dogs and cats are responsible through the food. They eat for the release of up to sixty four million tons of harmful greenhouse gases year. But it's not as if we're feeding our pets big slabs of brontosaurus sorace ribs and live chickens pet foods in the. Us generally have plenty of grains included. Corn is in fact. The number one ingredient used overall in cat and dog foods. According to the north american renderers relation but most pet foods do have a huge animal component. The reason for that is simple dogs and cats and you and i need protein and eating meat or meat by products is often the best. I and cheapest source of protein.

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Automatic Identification of Outlier Galaxy Images

Data Skeptic

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Automatic Identification of Outlier Galaxy Images

"Shamir from kansas state university. I invited you on to talk about the paper automatic identification of outliers in hubble space telescope galaxy images. So a lot of fun stuff to get into maybe to start. I think everybody knows a little bit about the hubble telescope. Could you tell us about the data we get back from it. Are these just. Png files or what are you. Start from caso. It will happen space. says civil instruments on hubble space telescope not just the main camera but it collects all sorts of the we know the hubble deep field which is when freeing that was one segment of the sky was going for civil days very long exposure goldie but other surveys done by hubble space telescope and i was i into the cosmos survey of several shirley lodge survey covering a relatively large part of the sky explains the cosmos was to score degrees. Doesn't sound but in help terms this. Because bill goes really deep deeper than guam-based those scopes. So that's what. I covered the data that you get his image data that i used incomes informants feats debts former. That is very common in a strong meets. Not very common outside feels strongly but that's the standard format of astronomy eats. Uniqueness is that it allows to make the metric measurements for the day dining j. peg form. It's like that we often use. I know in image netease like that. We cannot remake safety for to metric measurements because the dynamic range. Compression away the feeds. That's a each week. Salihi is represented by in algebra. Be in one by twitch channel but actually it's quite a day name. Acquaintances allows medical measurements.

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Veterinarian Recommends Year-Round Preventative Treatment for Ticks and Fleas

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Veterinarian Recommends Year-Round Preventative Treatment for Ticks and Fleas

"Cat and dog owners. Dread seemed ticks or fleas on their furry friends. These parasites can spread disease and make pitchy and miserable. It can be so bad that they cause lots of skin damage from their nails. they get secondary infections. they'll lose their hair and overall just a complete nuisance to the animal and the owners. That's brian heron a veterinarian at kansas state university. He says fleas like warm humid weather. So pets are most likely to catch them between spring and fall but flea infestations can happen in winter too especially as the climate changes as winters become milder fleas day active longer and as conditions change. Some species of ticks are expanding their ranges. Where i'm at in kansas. Are predominant tickets. The lone star tick in our area. It's spring summer type of tick and so as the temperatures change as it becomes warmer as we have shorter periods of cold than its range is actually moving northward so herron recommends year round flea and tick prevention even if you live in the northern us. That's really the safest

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"kansas state university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Toby will consent. I know it's Dr Wilkenson, right? But I don't know that I see everything that you have. Accomplished yet in your life that has led you to this point. Where did you Where did I know you studied? Undergrad it. University of Cambridge, right? That's right. Yeah, on Then where did you go for your various Masters degree? Well, I spent most of my my studies actually at the University of Cambridge. That's why did my master's That's where I did My PhD. That's where I started off with the researcher. So I Iove University of Cambridge a lot. Quite a bit. And today you're the deputy vice chancellor for external relations at Lincoln University. What would be the American equivalent of a title like external relations? Well, a deputy Vice Chancellor, American University would be a vice president right on external relations, I guess would be all it would be a combination of advancement off community relations off political affairs. Anything that is outside the outside the universe itself. God, I was I I'm here at Kansas State University. And I was looking to see whether we had anybody that did external relations and I didn't see that in our power structure. So I knew I was missing something in the translation. The job before you go any further. I'm gonna ask you a question. I'm going to embarrass you. Okay, so But I'll make a quick explanation. In academia. All anybody who is a research fellow. Anybody that does a lot of work, maintains an updated, see via curriculum beat I a course of work as we call the course of life. And then everybody's got a resume, which is a shortened version of the C V. I learned when I went back for another round of studies. That Professor's like you. You've got really long, CVS, like if you actually write down every prize, you've won every position you've held every place you've spoken every time you've been published. Um, the CVI gets really long. How many pages long is your CVI currently? Great question it, zip it because it depends on the size of the prints but at a reasonable size that you can easily read. It's about six pages long about Hello. About six pages about six pages. One. Excellent, so and then you have a condensed, more condensed version and thank you for helping us get started with a little bit more on your resume. You are an internationally recognized expert. On Egyptology. You you set off to become an Egyptologist from a very early age, which I admired and you pursued that and the book is terrific. Now I have to convince I thee my copy of the world beneath the sands. The Golden Age of Egyptology did not arrive in time for me to read it, So I was waiting for it. It didn't write, but the mail system in America is currently screwed up so I went and I got it on Kendall and then I had to call an audible and I got it on audible. So I spent like the last like day listening to the book Everywhere. I am so I could try to get caught up his best as I could, but I usually like to finish the book before I do the interview. I was unable to do that, but it's so fascinating to go back to the very earliest years. Of how these discoveries were first made in this race that was on into the sands. Um, so you were first kind of entering into the subject. What was your door into Egyptology? What was? What was it about that which Just fascinated you starting at an early age. Well, you know, my my first interest in Egypt dates back to my fifth birthday when I was five years old for my birthday present. My mom. Dad gave me a little Children's encyclopedia. Um, I remember leafing through this encyclopedia and one of the entries was on different writing systems from around the world that it was Roman writing and Arabic script and Indian scripts and Paralympics And on my little Five year old I kind of lit upon these horrible six before. Hey, that's lead writing in pictures. I would have to write my name Toby on before that was long in hurry. Ballistics on my fifth birthday, I thought, you know, I'd like to do this properly. One day. I want to do this. If you can read real inscriptions on bats. What set me up? Oh, yeah. I have my mom and dad and on 1/5 birthday questions to thank for it yet At the same time, a lot of people do something when they're five that they don't keep doing when they're 15 and then 25. So there was something about this that hooked you? That's true, And I think that there's no ancient civilization quite as exotic and appealing. Eventually Egypt I mean, who could fail to be impressed by the pyramids by The tomb of Tutankhamun Moon by the great temples of Egypt, and I guess I was always interested in in other cultures on by ancient history and It'll just kind of came together. Really? And when I was deciding what I would study at university, the chance to do for three years, something that I really loved and wanted to know more about was was great. And then I guess. One thing led to another, you might say well, and yet, you know, you didn't get derailed. You stayed focused. And now you enjoy of. I think you've earned a position. Where you can speak with great authority on all aspects of this, and I'm gonna I'm gonna explore those, some of which may or may not be in the book. But like I said, I Listened to hours of the horrible and I may not have gotten everything that I want to ask tonight. So, but I want to start with the something which I think we you recognize right away. And that is the science of the archaeology of the Egyptology. The science of that went hand in hand with Competing interests by European nations in these imperial ist IQ tendencies to try toe own something, and that's what we know was also at the same time is the the That these culture was being discussed was being uncovered under the sands. You were also You also recount how these political forces were at work to try toe own that part of the world. Yeah, You're absolutely right. And it really goes back to the days of Julius Caesar. You know the days of ancient Rome because any empire that really thought it had arrived on the world scene wanted a bit of ancient Egypt. Starting off with Julius Caesar and the Romans. They took obelisks back to Rome. They took Egyptian thinks isn't statues back to display in their own capital, city and state. The rest the world look how great we are with the inheritance of the pharaohs and then fast forward a little bit, and it's exactly the same in the 18th and 19th centuries in Europe. You have front and you have Britain in particular. You both think of themselves a zoo, Great world powers. And what better way to demonstrate that than to bring back to their capital Cities. Amazing objects from the most ancient of of all, civilisations, ancient Egypt. So you get this incredible struggle. This incredible rivalry building up. Between from Britain. In the late eighties and early 19th centuries that soon joined by pressure later, the Empire of Germany is joined by America after the Civil War on drily. Anybody who wants to demonstrate their credentials wants a bit of Egypt. So into the Romans. It seemed, you know that was this was unique to the Roman culture is that they had a kind of it seemed like an inherent insecurity. They were always interested in things that were more ancient than itself. Right? And so you had the Roman fascination with with the Greek gods. You had, um one of the reasons why we have so much of the Bible to this day is because it was actually sort of preserved. They loved the idea that there were these Ancient books, and so they were always a They were very much into sort of this cultural appropriation, which gave them legitimacy. What did they feel They got from Egypt. Well. Egypt, of course, was the most ancient civilizations. So when Julius Caesar came along ancient Egypt was already 3000 years old at that point, I mean, that's pretty amazing, just important and think about that..

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"kansas state university" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The Dow was up 3 28, but it's been playing on back to 5300 range. For the last hour or so. Orient's watching some numbers to what have you got? Oh, well, a little more quiet in the agricultural trade today, the December wheat gun cranked is up. Penny and a half of bushel trading at 5 54 in the quarter. But December corn is down four and a quarter sends trading and 3 68 and a quarter And the November soybean conk right is down 10 and three quarter points and it's trading at 10 0 3.5 a bushel livestock Market. Chicago American Dill Exchange, The December lean hog contract down a dollar 25 cents a hundredweight. The October Lied. Cattle contract is up. 90 cents Hundredweight and the October Theater Cattle gun tried trading higher. It's up 85 cents, hundredweight. I talked throughout the year about the many organizations that provide scholarships for incoming college students. And let me share with you today that Illinois Farm Bureau lending support to the next generation of veterinary professionals through which Illinois veterinary education and training program there Ivette program. And I have the The Illinois Farm Bureau recently selected Mackenzie, Michael's of the University of Illinois and Sydney bigger of Kansas State University as its scholarship recipient for 2020. The recipient. Mr Bigger, said Ivette helps reduce part of the financial burden of veterinary school makes the decision to move back home upon completion of my degree even easier. He's a third year. That student from McHenry, right, I should say from Henry County. And B. We really had to learn how to do things differently all the way from farm Broadway show the county in the state affairs, so we're now selling farms by virtual auction. Schrader, realist state and auction company will conduct a virtual auction of about 1132 acres in six Illinois counties. October 31. They'll be using the format in which all bidders participate by a Internet or telephone Land offerings include Landon Ogle, Bone Winnebago, Stark, Clay and Wayne counties, and the land will be offered in 21 tracks and any combination of tracks. They have in Ogle County 345 acres and five cracks. Boone County 113 Acres in two tracks. Winnebago County Land includes 179 Acres in Ford tracked Start County has 386 acres in seven drugs. And the Clay and Wayne County Land includes 109 Acres in three cracked here is the website where you can get information and fold schedule w w w dot Schrader auction That's.

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"kansas state university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"So is the need for their access to the campus. And and the geography that is the United States of America. Still in play. Now I know there's another issue associated with this. And by the way, I understand the desire for for students to be here. I get that clearly and the hope. Of course from their perspective. Toto, look at it. Ah, I think from from all points of view. Is that this will be a short term proposition, and that perhaps in the spring semester or next fall, they'll be back in classrooms in the classrooms as per normal. There's also a desire a benefit on the part of the university's because they're charging out of state tuition. These students who matriculated from foreign lands, and that is a big chunk of money and has also increased the competition for admissions into some of the more prestigious desirable, expensive universities. Interesting to note that there are some students at Kansas State University. That are actually that I actually suing because they have they paid their tuition. These three students have graduated already. But they pay their tuition and, of course and the court during the course of the spring. The in person classes were canceled. They finished up online and they they're they're assertion, and I think with some validity is that the burden on the institution to provide that education is no longer the same. When the students are learning from their parents home back from whence they came. S so I kind of see a common denominator there. If you look at Ah, It's not uncommon for employers being public or private sector when people have to When their employees have to attend training, they have to travel to get to a venue were a particular course is being offered. Anything from HR to technology to all sorts of things that people who are employed by large entities have to be updated on periodically the standard has been those employees would be subject tio per diem costs for travel expenses that go with that. Frankly, most often, I think in excess of what it really truly cost Teo to attend the course. But now that the course is air being taught, And this is, this is not all covert related. This has been a long time coming. There has been Maurin Trist more intrigue. With that, with online learning, and just by way of full disclosure. I don't care much for have taught online classes and I don't like it, I think is depending upon the nature of the subject matter. I think it could be a real disservice to the student because you just learn you moves so much more. Of the overall communication between and among the students and faculty, and it's so I clearly believe it is second best to be generous. But there are some fields of study where you're dealing with just wrote material that you have to learn and understand and know in which I think some online learning has has some relevance. That is okay. And if it could be done on a cost savings basis. That's got to be a part of was considered. To make this course up. Yet to be identified Curriculum with the yet to be identified syllabus for the purpose of carving out an exception for people who would otherwise be deported because their their justification their need. They're expressive Allnut need to be in the United States of America. Is no longer in play because they can do that from anywhere in the world. That's that is among the advantages to online learning. So what do you think of that? What do you think about the idea of Students in the UC campus. Developing, by the way, it looks as though they have at least one faculty member that supporting them in this effort. To put a course together specifically and frankly, on Lee For the purpose of Of usurping the authority of immigration officials in the United States of America. What do you think about that? That's the poll question. Today, you'll find on the John McGuinness page it cave decayed out comets up Now it's also the top of conversationalist a little while on the airwaves at 808 34 15 30 If you don't want to go on there, you want to share your thoughts. Feel free to shoot me A text at 51881 That's a text in older line 51881 And remember, you must start the text with the letters kfbk. Otherwise it won't come through. Much more conversation coming up right after this. Don't go away. Whether you knew.

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K-State players announce boycott after student's Floyd tweet

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:00 min | 2 years ago

K-State players announce boycott after student's Floyd tweet

"Kansas State. Football. The players will not plaque the plaque to. Play or practice or even meet. Until a student at the university. Who tweeted? Something is thrown out of school. Several wildcat players. Including Sophomore wide receiver. Joshua young blood posted an image on or with a statement announcing the boycott. This weekend he said. To our family at Kansas State due to the recent, disparaging and sensitive and unsettling comments made by a fellow student, we as a football team consultation with students from campus organizations, as well as students from the General Student Body. Feel it as best for us to stand with the students. We are demanding that Kansas State University put a awesome place that allows a student to me, dismissed for displaying openly racist, threatening disrespectful action toward a student or groups of students. We have resolved that we cannot play practice or meet until these demands are heard and actions taken. We Love Kansas State, but we must stand together and protect all students moving forward. So. That comes from a tweet posted by a student named Jaden McNeil. And the tweet is no longer available. It has been yanked, and his account has been yanked, but it mocked the death of George Floyd. And you wouldn't think people would mock anybody getting killed in any situation, but obviously to mock something like that in these times is just not even to say out of left field is just insane. And so Kansas State has released a statement about the football boycott. The statement, said quote K. State Athletics along with President Richard Myers and university leadership respect and support our student athletes and standing up in the fight against racism at K. State. We are a family, and we will work together to make our campus community and even better place to call home. and. So multiple case day football players have. Talked about how they. are going to be boycotting and Chris Climbing. Is just starting his second year there. He put out a statement. Our Program on our coaches will continue to be part of the solution when it comes to racial. And Justice. They meant racial injustice. I love our players and they know I have their backs. The Gene Taylor chimed in. Recent tweets from case day student. Downplaying the black lives matter effort and the tragic and senseless death of George Floyd are disgusting and totally inappropriate and not reflective. Of who we are as university or our athletic department. They are not reflective of our administration and goals. We are committed to listening and supporting our black athletes, black students and members of our black community, and taking positive steps in the matter of social justice racism. So then CBS, CBS sports reached out. To the students. And Chris Climate reply to CBS. Racism is all caps not welcome a state now in the future and off the field as family. We make a difference to our. Action, I am excited help every player unite for the solution all caps now so that we can come together stronger than ever. Black lives matter as he put it.

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"kansas state university" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"kansas state university" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"The graduating class full full nineteen seventy one degrees the firm Kansas State University congratulations he opened my eyes kind of character that most of us cans around the house thank you everybody he acts on it therefore it is much you can afford to do so to honor all those who have lost two lines I love the pay it forward part the only thing is he's already gone off in the path of his career his career doesn't pan out at least he has that nineteen seventy one and some change may twenty forty nine years ago I would take I would take it will be in that camp soon I would take it would yes I would the honorary I hope with them is that the the school I went to UNCG listens and say what we know is only like twenty eight credits we know he was a sophomore right but Hey go to give it to him I don't help me here no but I'm again if and when god forbid this is all over at least you'd have it no I want yeah I do want it and plus you know is it really twenty eight credits yeah I'm a senior and start here okay yes a year left I have a year left okay other senior White House intern here thirteen years ago yeah so that's how it works if you finish it online yeah well that's good you should do it that's what I'm planning to do and do they all you know how when you have a gift card and you have fifty Bucks on the gift card over time the fifty dollars could go away no I need to do it does that happen with your with your class where I stayed the same schools should have but there are some that I think if you wait way too long they can go away it took us a credit things have changed now if you miss your history major leaving that's changed right to go on for so long communication major don't change as much like the you know how you how people communicate what what you're gonna the technology changes but the wave based communication as Ewan o'hara hopefully still have all those credits if not what if not forget it yeah I mean I don't want to discourage you but foreclosures he likes it I had a big discussion with my in laws about that over the weekend about Jersey Mike's if things didn't work out I well you know we can help you admire the first one in line to get my stuff and I'll have a side we have a son that we can refuse customer service on any reason I'm like nope I will make it a five top of all time yeah I think it matters that I got a fire I'm just saying if you there was there to support him and his business my gosh now I have so I just thought this imaginary world probably how it happened if it were J. son got me fired up and rubbed in my face when I'm slicing meat no I think it's a Mike's way Jason's wife all right and one more good story coming out of the crossfire's eighteen found a hundred and thirty five thousand dollars in a bag by an ATM and he returned in full in the city honored on game five hundred dollars just thinking about it was probably like Brinker.

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Wealthy Donor Promises College Tuition To Help Spur Growth In Hometown

All Things Considered

03:40 min | 3 years ago

Wealthy Donor Promises College Tuition To Help Spur Growth In Hometown

"Just changed for many in the tiny Kansas town of neo to Shea a wealthy businessman is hoping to save his shrinking hometown he's launched a program to pay college tuition for neo she's students the idea takes its cue from bigger cities but it could hit some unexpected roadblocks Celia your piece Jepsen of the campus news service reports then Cutler grew up in New York Shea in the nineteen fifties when it had a thousand more residents than today's twenty three hundred he left campus for a career in finance and insurance but never forgot his home town situated about halfway between Wichita Kansas in Joplin Missouri and his business success has led to the that's new dishes three hundred middle and high schoolers in their auditorium recently when they learned color will pay their college tuition they have to earn a two point five GPA and two other boxes but the new ownership promise will cover the price of tuition and fees at the state's priciest public school the university of Kansas Daschle council is a senior she wants to study dental hygiene I'm still in shock right now I've been really saving up for college I know most of my classmates have been also saving up working real hard and this is just a real relief off of our shoulders the program has two goals obviously change lives right now two years after high school fewer than half of students here are working on a college degree second goal bring people to this rural town families need to enroll their kids in school here by the sixth grade to get the full deal colors offer is good for the next twenty five years at least possibly decades beyond that it'll likely cost tens of millions of dollars but here's the problem border in school districts have been losing enrollment as well to nearby districts have fewer than two hundred students left because most of southeast Kansas is shrinking near she's plan might simply shift people around among dwindling towns Matthew Sanderson is a sociologist at Kansas State University if you're thinking about regional economic development lease with the stage you look more like a zero sum game to spur real growth nearly Shea has to attract more employers and jobs and though community leaders say promise programs elsewhere have benefited economically they're usually in more populous places like Kalamazoo Michigan that town has seventy five thousand residents still hundreds of workers commute to this town every day from across the region for manufacturing jobs a plan like this one Coble both we're a team is building the whole of the luxury motor boats so this process just gets repeated layer by layer resident glass or live company president Shane Stanfill says now maybe more of his workers were moved to town to take advantage of the free tuition and others would follow and with that bill though many jobs and that will also help help us to get you know find the right people to work for us but is firing residents may need to get in line near Shay's other big challenge is a housing shortage a common issue across rural America thunder Ben colored says the town is ready for the hard work I don't think any of us that are have been working on the scholarship program now I've been working on it for a couple years I think that this going to be easy this is going to require some heavy lifting on the part of the school on the part of the community on on the part of the businesses here meanwhile Matty Sanderson says he's curious to see if new addition I can pull something off beyond the usual zero sum game a town this small trying to reinvent itself with this

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Using Black Holes as Fuel

Curiosity Daily

02:26 min | 3 years ago

Using Black Holes as Fuel

"Been a lot of great research lately into alternative energy sources, but one energy source that might be even more awesome than solar and nuclear energy is black hole energy and one mathematicians suggests that we might be able to find extraterrestrials by looking for spacecraft that are powered by tiny artificial black holes as reported by universe today. This idea comes from a pair of papers published by researchers at Kansas state university in two thousand nine a mathematician, named Louis crane co authored a paper about the possibility of black hole spacecraft, basically, the paper outlined the possibility of using hawking radiation. From an artificial black hole to power a spacecraft and concluded it was at the edge of possibility assuming they could get past the effects of quantum gravity, which are currently unknown. Here's how Dr crane explained it in an Email to universe today. Quote, an advanced civilization would want to harness a microscopic black hole because it could throw in matter and get out energy. It would be the ultimate energy source in particular, it could propel a starship large enough to be shielded to relativistic velocities. None of the starship concepts. Nasa studied turned out to be viable. It might be the only possibility unquote to produce an artificial black hole you'd have to focus a billion tonne gamma-ray laser to nuclear dimensions. So the sheer scale is straight up beyond the current world economy. A civilization would have to utilize an entire solar system to have the resources for this. Meaning it would have to be a type two civilization on the Carter chef scale, and that's just one of a bunch of technical challenges that are beyond what humanity could. Do right now, including the sheer amount of power. It would take to start up that gamma Ray laser, and we're that energy would be stored. But in February twenty nineteen Dr crane published a new paper that says we can use gamma telescopes to find evidence of spacecraft that run on tiny black hole fuel. We could use space based telescopes like the Fermi gamma Ray space telescope and ground based facilities like Veritas, and the high energy stereoscopic system to figure out if gamma Ray sources could be artificial up to a thousand light years away. It's an exciting DEA but species big so trying to be patient. This could take a while. I just have one question about these spacecraft powered by tiny black holes can the do the kessel run in less than twelve parks. I don't know it just break your brand you did just break. My,

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A Deadly Virus Threatens Millions Of Pigs In China

Morning Edition

03:27 min | 4 years ago

A Deadly Virus Threatens Millions Of Pigs In China

"China is home to about half the world's population of pigs. That is why thirties there are scrambling to contain outbreaks of the African swine fever. This is a deadly virus that has killed thousands of pigs and is now spreading fast it could lead to skyrocketing prices. And that's a big worry China, which is the world's largest consumer of pork. And here's rob Schmitz has more. Say has never paid more attention to his heard of more than five thousand pigs. That's because just over a week ago. Hundreds of pigs at nearby farm started dying from a mysterious virus. And now gallon is staff are checking his stock for symptoms of African swine fever as well. You know, the pig is sick if its mouth has turns dark, and it's acting crazy when you find a pig that has the fever you need to slaughter it immediately. Pig. Farmers aging city in China's southeastern province of JJ a third place in China where thirties reported an outbreak of African swine fever since early August, a little more than a month around nine hundred pigs have died, and tens of thousands of and killed to try and prevent the virus from spreading. It's spreading very quickly and this diseases very dangerous. We're all scared. So our scientists your can Rick. The professor of veterinary medicine at Kansas state university is an expert on African swine fever. He says although the virus does not affect humans. It's shown a capacity to kill herds of pigs quickly. It's highly contagious and infected pigs die within five to ten days. It's not only the problem that this virus is steadily for peaks. The problem is also we do not have exceed. And without a vaccine says richt, China is particularly vulnerable. This is this is really big because it hits the biggest population in the world and the virus has been traveling fast in early August China recorded its first outbreak in the city of Shenyang in northeastern China, scientists believe pigs there eight scraps with infected pork from nearby Russia less than. Two weeks later. Pigs nearly a thousand miles away were infected then two days later, eight hundred miles south of that in farmer gal city of hitching another outbreak. Penguin senior agricultural analyst at rob a Bank. In Hong Kong says the virus is spread. We'll have a big impact on. How pork is bought and sold in China directly impact on talk is that China needs to maybe pay mall sauce enough hawk I'll talk from other countries. And that says pan will be tricky now that China's in a trade war with the United States and has imposed tariffs on imported American pork ten says China will likely turn to European pork suppliers. Instead. Back on the pig farm, and John province farmer. Gaglione phase worried about China turning to port from other countries. Pork is an important part of the Chinese diet. It makes up two thirds of our meat consumption. If we start importing I won't make as much money, but farmer gal stands to do. Well, for now, pork prices in his part of China have increased twenty three percent since the outbreak of African swine fever, the key. He says is to keep his healthy something that'll become more difficult to do as this virus spreads throughout

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