32 Burst results for "Kiana"

"kiana" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

05:17 min | 4 months ago

"kiana" Discussed on DNA Today

"I'm an engineer by training. So back in Berkeley, when I first learned about the CRISPR technology, I was fascinated. To me, it was a search engine. And in my mind, I wanted to capture the function of search search function of this wonderful technology on electronic devices to see if we can basically develop a chip or a technology that can that can search for sequences of interest in the genome without amplification, because in my mind, if CRISPR can do this in the cell, can we actually capture its function on electronic chip. So CRISPR is basically a combination of transistors. And CRISPR. So too many people that might sound very fictional, but it's not, it's just you're putting an enzyme that it's amazing, developed by nature over billions of years. So I did not play a role in the function of that enzyme. You can get back to the credit for that one, right? Yes. Exactly. And we combined it with we basically anchored to a transistor and transistor to everyone, have a transistor in their computer, your cell phone, everything piece of technology that you touch today. You have a transistor's element in it. And so strongest serves are very sensitive to biological interaction that are charged, such as DNA enzymes, because DNA is a negative charge associated with it. So by combining a two technology, we allowed CRISPR to do what it does perfectly. So we basically had a CRISPR molecule reprogram it to detect a specific target site in the genome. And then we just monitor the activity of this enzyme using our transistors. And this led to the first amplification free electronic devices that could detect the target genes. And we use it to detect mutation in industrial muscular dystrophy without amplification. We use another type of CRISPR technology developed by doctor Virginia sickness or one of our collaborator, which was one of the pioneering CRISPR as well. And he had a CRISPR molecule that was more sensitive to single point mutation. And we used it for amplification free detection of sickle cell disease. But the technology, the CRISPR technologies, application is really beyond just genotyping, detecting this genetic disease without amplification. The process of developing the chip itself allows us to see how a strong RNA molecule that we're developing is binding to cas enzyme. How well the CRISPR molecule is cleaving. And what is the rate of the cleavage? It turned out that this information is so critical in identifying the function and the performance of CRISPR enzyme that we are now using it as a part of our effort in developing quality control metrics for CRISPR when we have multiple different CRISPR molecules. We look at them to see, okay, do they actually clear fast? And if we combined it with another CRISPR molecule for the purpose of editing multiple different sequences in the gene, do they compete with each other, do the timer scale of their function is so different, it doesn't make for us to actually use them together. So there's a lot of information that the technology can provide us. And we have a subsidiary from my startup company. It's called CRISPR QC that is taking that technology to basically CRISPR ship technology to basically offer this answers to the community to

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"kiana" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

03:13 min | 4 months ago

"kiana" Discussed on DNA Today

"Are they will impact expression of very important proteins? But and then based on those ratio, this is specific complex. This is specific CRISPR gave me significantly more on target than off target. And so this is the one we're going to use. When you do this clinical trial, of course, you're going to see some sort of editing, but you're not monitoring the off target that much. You're not even if you're doing sequencing, you're just monitoring, again, you're monitoring the ratio. But we still don't know a lot of things about the role of other regions in the genes. The role of some proteins. There's a lot of unknowns. And so just basically going into this holistic approach of, okay, editing this, we don't care what happens in this black box, as long as we get some added some improvement. We're going to do it. I think that's not the right approach. I'm not saying we should not do it because, okay, if a patient doesn't have an option to go through to live a longer life or they might want to go through those side effects, but I think at the same time we should not ignore what's in the black box. We should focus on what are those off targets exactly what do they do? And if what do they do over time? Because as these cells grow and reproduce and all those off targets going to impact differently, we don't know that. We also don't know the immune response against those of targets. Even if you have a small amount of off target modification, how does our immune response behave? So I think there's a lot of unknowns. And I personally, I'm an engineer. So I personally look at different components and I'm not against going from using this powerful technology for editing. I'm a pro of this technology 100%. But I'm trying to really bring into just focus on that. There is other areas of other scientists need to focus on and this is not something that should be ignored and we just hope that it works because based on our understanding, we know that my genome is very different than yours. As we age our genome changes. So the technology that we develop, my work for a specific population may not work for other population because the CRISPR enzyme itself can not approach the target genes the same in one genome compared to another genome. So I think that there needs to be more studies more attention because this is a technology that could be really a game, a big game changer. So it's important that we understand all aspects of it. So we can use it efficiently and in a way that we're not creating more problems. In humanity. I think that's very well said and just that we really need to think things through before we're using this in a wide scale. Very soon we'll be celebrating a decade of DNA today. That's right, we released our first episode on September 1st, 2012. It also coincides with our 200th episode. We want to mark these milestones with you on the show. So send in your favorite episode.

"kiana" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

05:50 min | 4 months ago

"kiana" Discussed on DNA Today

"Metrics, it can range from the reagents that are used, how does this technology could behave differently in different patient population? How can what is the long-term impact of a technology if we're doing some off target mutation, which is very common with this technology. Are we going to see some sort of later disease development because of this after target, which are not very clear right now. And we saw that 20 years ago when we started doing some sort of gene deliveries with vectors, we saw that a few of the first trials were not successful because of the toxicity associated with those vectors. And all of those researchers stopped until 15 years later, where we really started identifying what are the potential toxicity with the vectors, how we can improve them. So we should learn our lesson from that experience at which we had a technology that was very powerful and delivering genes. But because we did not look at all the factors associated with it, we failed and the technology was in halt for 15 years until we got back and developed those things. So we do need to look at CRISPR the same way. I think the hype is so high right now that everyone they just want to use it for CRISPR, but we still don't understand that we don't understand how our in vitro or when we design this molecule, how do we design them best to predict outcome? The cost associated with development of this technology and editing the still very high because we're developing the whole complex and we tested themselves and we look at failures and then if it doesn't work, we go back and do all of those testing. So really we need a better and identifying the impact of reagent identifying how do we actually design this to be more efficient. How do we look at their off target early on?

"kiana" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

04:49 min | 4 months ago

"kiana" Discussed on DNA Today

"Cells detect and destroy invader. When human discovered that the technology realized that we can really use this technology to do many modification in the gene and this allowed us to basically use the technology for many different applications. So the technology basically consists of two components is an enzyme that can cleave the DNA and it's a small molecule called RNA, which is DNA system. And this molecule basically guides the enzyme to a specific sequences in our genome. And the basically target those regions. So you can imagine it's a technology that can look into your 3 billion letter sequences of the human genome. And we can use a to target sequences that are not healthy and basically edit them to make them healthy. So that's how I like to describe technology. It's basically a robot, a search engine where it can unzip the double stranded DNA. Search for target and once it's fine this target, then you can cut and then edit it. Yeah, it's sort of like molecular scissors. There's a lot what a lot of people say, like you can tell CRISPR exactly where to go, cut the DNA, and then can either put a new gene in. Or kind of a couple different options at that point. And it's really interesting that you can program it to go exactly where you want it to theoretically in the DNA. So I've been reading some books about CRISPR recently and I learned last night that you can program it to look at specifically 20 nucleotides. So 20 different letters and that's how you're telling it, okay, go here in the genome. So how is this different from other genetic editing technology? So before we discovered and developed CRISPR into this new technology, we had zinc fingers, talons, how is this different? How is it easier? How is it faster? How is it cheaper? Exactly. So referring to back to what you said, the CRISPR cas system, itself is capable of cutting DNA strand and they don't need to be paired with separate living enzyme, which those other technology basically need an additional cleaving enzyme. So CRISPR does have that within itself. It's also our capability to reprogram it by designing simply designing and synthesizing RNA sequences, which can guide the cas enzyme to go where we want the enzyme to go. So it makes it super simple compared to other technologies. It's developing a technology is much faster. It's more accurate and more efficient compared to other existing technology. Another important factor that I want to say about CRISPR is that you can really target multiple different regions much easier than existing technologies or zinc finger and other technologies because the technology allows you to basically have multiple different CRISPR enzymes with multiple different RNA molecules which can target different regions of the gene and you can edit simultaneously. So it's a very

"kiana" Discussed on DNA Today

DNA Today

02:50 min | 4 months ago

"kiana" Discussed on DNA Today

"Now is doctor Keanu aron, who is an associate Professor of medical diagnostics and Therapeutics and the head of the R one lab at keck graduate institute. She's also the chief scientific officer at cardea bio, and a visiting professor at UC Berkeley. I want to start by congratulating you on your recent $1.6 million grant from the NIH, so congratulations. I'd love to hear a little bit more about what the grant is supporting. Thank you very much for the introduction. Yes, the grant is supporting our effort for identifying some checkpoint for CRISPR quality control. Specifically for sickle cell disease. So we want to try to really provide tools that enables researchers and scientists to better predict the outcome of CRISPR editing to treat genetic diseases. And so the grant is supporting that effort, which we're very grateful to be able to be at the front line of establishing this CRISPR quality control. Yeah, it's certainly something that is very much needed as we're going to get into on this episode. It's this the main project year lab is working on. Is there other areas that your lab is researching as well? Yes, my lab is normal. It's active in two research areas. What is providing tools to basically biologists and clinicians to basically better understand disease processes, but understand the editing outcome of CRISPR technology also using CRISPR biology as technology for diagnostic applications. So there's a lot of CRISPR work. We also do a lot of age degree research where we try to develop tools that help us understand the aging process, mainly looking at blood and how various type of blood factors make us age faster or. Result in some age associated diseases. Yeah, very interesting. We've done a couple episodes on the show about telomeres and diving into all that in terms of aging. So I think we're going to see a lot more research on the aging side in the coming years. It seems to be more of a focus for a lot of researchers and just the public, I think, has always been interested in that. But to tie back into CRISPR for those that maybe have just heard this as a buzzword, they're not sure exactly what it means. What's your elevator pitch when someone asks you what is CRISPR? Yes, that's a good question. So when I want to talk about CRISPR, I normally talk about CRISPR basically was a technology developed by bacteria to defend themselves against invading viruses. So the system basically is a genetic memory

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"kiana" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

05:39 min | 4 months ago

"kiana" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"I'm Elise Hugh, you're listening to ted-talks daily. It's hard for us to know the scale of devastation and hardship in Afghanistan. Now that the brutal Taliban regime has taken over once again. But visual storyteller and Ted fellow kiana hayari has not stopped bearing witness. Her Ted 2022 talk focuses on the intimate stories of hope and struggle as the country fell back under Taliban rule. Following the talk she takes questions from shoham arad, the director of the Ted fellows program. Last year, I spent several months photographing the fast changes across Afghanistan as we approached the 20th anniversary of the U.S. invasion. At the time, I wanted the assignment to be a love letter to a troubled land that I had called home for 7 years. Little did I know that it would become a goodbye letter to Afghanistan, as I knew it. Along with our brave local colleagues, we traveled across Afghanistan to look at how the last 20 years impacted people. I was specifically drawn to hear from the youth who grew up after the American invasion in an open in an increasingly open society. They grew up in a world with Facebook, Twitter, American movies and TV shows. A world of new freedoms and opportunities. They also endured war and terrorism, poverty and dislocation. Burleigh surviving on their corrupt government and the perpetual threat of suicide bombings. While the youth in countryside mostly saw themselves either victimized or fighting for both sides of the conflict, the youth in urban areas had more options and dreams. Many of the young men and women that we met with were hanging on to the last rays of hope as the country was sinking into darkness. Because of the American withdrawal and Taliban's imminent takeover. For me, confronting this was beginning of the end. I want to take you on a journey in the months leading to Taliban's takeover of Afghanistan. Last April, I sat down on the cold salmon floor of a prison with two teenage boys who were incarcerated for political charges. A loose term for helping the Taliban. 14 year old Muhammad Al sevres had two brothers fighting on two sides of the conflict. One for the Taliban and one for the army. He chose to follow the path of the brother who was 16 when he joined the Taliban, and he was killed before he turned 20. I asked both boys to imagine themselves in ten years. Said nothing and shrug. I challenge him to try harder and see himself beyond the solar cells of the prison. It took several tries. Eventually responded, I don't know. I'll probably be dead. We visited carousel peak, which at the time was serving as the frontline for Afghanistan's national army fighting the Taliban. The mountain range was peppered by dozens of outposts, housing soldiers and militia units.

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"kiana" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:22 min | 10 months ago

"kiana" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Kiana say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with? Becoming successful is not doing just one thing. There are a lot of gurus out there who would tell you just do this one thing and you'll become successful, but unfortunately that is not the truth. You have to have at least 5 things that I hope I can cover in this episode. Well, that's interesting because the topic of this episode is how you built a $5 million portfolio using one single investing technique. So I'm looking forward to seeing how that expands from just that one single investing technique. And let's just start with the question. Can we really go from zero to a million just by investing? I mean, it kind of sounds like some amazing fairytale. So it depends how you define investing because yes, investing is the way to go, but it's not investing just in stocks or just in cryptocurrency or just in yourself or just in your company. It is a combination of all plus influence. So the one thing that I talk about that helped me go from zero to $5 million after I got fired from my Wall Street job is a wealth ecosystem and within it there are actually 5 components. Well, I do want to get to those 5 components. But I do want to first talk about the three steps. And in fact, what you believe are the first three steps. That we need to take to get on the right track to create this amazing wealth. Absolutely. So the first step you need to take regardless of your career, whether you're an entrepreneur, you have a 9 to 5 job, you are a mom, you are a stay at home mom, a parent, or even a teenager..

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"kiana" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

01:52 min | 11 months ago

"kiana" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"And make it into an actual Olympic sport. So yeah, I just think snowboarding is absolutely incredible. And it's funny because, you know, I've had a lot of people ask me what is my favorite sport? Do I like moto surfing, snowboarding or skateboarding butter? If I get rid of one and I always have the same answer, I can't just pick one because every spork gives me something that the other doesn't offer. That's why I do all four. Because each of them has its own unique opportunities, each.

"kiana" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

05:40 min | 11 months ago

"kiana" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"And, you know, that's another reason why all my social media, any time they have the opportunity to, I always try to be as real as I can. I know I made a post recently about.

"kiana" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

01:40 min | 11 months ago

"kiana" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"Were going from there. Yeah, so you know, high school and medical suck, man. I've had my ever to talk a little my Friends are like, hey, just curious, if somebody paid you a $1 million, would you go back to high school? And my answer was like, you know, I'm a lot happier being broke. High school sucked. And there was this one time I'll never forget, like, you know, going through the process of trying to be okay with my arm and everything is because it looks, it looks different. I hated where I change how I was like, hey, do I be in suits? It would be a 102° outside, and I would, I would choose to wear a sweater to hide my arm because I have such insane muscular atrophy where my arm looks like a skeleton, honestly. And I remember walking down the hallway and there's these two boys.

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"kiana" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

05:40 min | 11 months ago

"kiana" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"Go ahead, finish. I was just going to say I feel like motor sports are so far behind on that. Like skiers, they make edits, snowboarders, they make edits, and we're like, I feel like I know half these athletes. Line traveling circus has been going on forever. I feel like I know Andy Perry because he's been doing a film series for almost ten years, maybe even ten years at this point. And it's like, it's relatable content. I can't relate to Ryan Dungey. And then he finally after he retired did that edit and I was like, oh yeah, I can maybe ride with him like through the Woods. He did it like on the track with corn, but still. Yeah, I think a lot of guys in the moto scene is definitely starting to pick up on that. I mean, actual Hodges is a prime example, you know? Like, his brother does dirt shark. So, I mean, he's gotten a lot of his opportunities to his brother and filming. And then Christian Craig, he's doing a vlog with his wife and his kids and showing behind the scenes and that's gotten him a lot of opportunities as long as his wife but like what is Christianity. Christian Craig's hasn't finished like top, I don't want to, but he hasn't even. Oh, did he win? Okay, well then. But like what I was saying is like, he hasn't been proteo Ming. Recently, and maybe I'm wrong 'cause I didn't. I didn't watch last weekend when it just started. But and he's still a huge name, which is like because he has because he's doing these other things. People are cheering for him and want him to win, which I just think is such like they're finally starting to get it, I guess, which is amazing. I didn't know he wanted him. That's amazing. I didn't want looked.

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"kiana" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

07:51 min | 11 months ago

"kiana" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"It's I mean. It's an interesting perspective and it's your perspective and it's real and it's your life, but it's something that I don't have to worry about that at this point in my life. I could. Maybe someday you never know. But yeah, because another thing that a lot of people don't know about paralysis is that I have 24/7 neuropathy pain. And what that is is since my nerves were ripped out of my spinal cord, I have the according my doctors out of the worst type of neuropathy pain, which is the worst pain a human being can go through. And I get a 24/7. It never stops, but it feels like. Tingles, bee stings, a knife, digging into my muscle and dragging around my muscle. Throbbing, tightening. An electrocuting pain 24/7 all mixed together. And whenever it gets really cold or the weather's changing in the atmosphere or if I'm sick, my pain actually gets so severe that I up until about a few years ago, I actually black out now because my pain gets so bad. And so dealing, I also have to take that into consideration when I go snowboards like if the weather is starting to change while I'm out on the mountain or if I look at the weather and I see those going to be below a certain temperature and I'm like, I physically can not go out and ride because my body like I will actually suffer a lot by going out and trying to do something I love because my neuropathy pain won't let me. I actually could black out on the mountain. It was what was it like two years ago was whenever I experienced my second blackout ever for my pain. And I was driving and I ran into a little tree. And yeah, and that's when it actually kind of freaked me out. So then I got a golden retriever because they're brilliant dogs. And his name is Harley, and that's my boy. And he's my service dog. And he's awesome. And whenever my armpits started to get bad, he'll come over and start comforting me and he can sense that whenever it's getting really bad and stuff. But yeah, so that's another thing that I have to take into consideration with my sports is how is my neuropathy pain today? Okay, if I'm going to go do this, is it going to add more muscle tension to what I'm already dealing with my body, to where it's going to make my neuropathy pain even worse. So do I actually need to take an extra recovery day or do I need to go see my massage therapist or my chiropractor like there's so much that goes into my sports with my disability in another way that a lot of people don't realize because a lot of people with amputees and stuff they really don't have a whole lot of narrative pain. Because theirs was damaged from either the bottom of their limb or middle of the line, while mine was from my spinal cord. So it's a little bit more different. But my coaches are absolutely incredible when it comes to coaching and being aware of my situation. So if they can tell that my armpits being bad, they'll tell me to go take the rest of the day off for something. My coaches have learned me pretty well at this point. I'm grateful for that. This is a dumb question, but I'm a dumb person. This isn't curable by an advil. Like this isn't going away. This is nerve damage. There's no, and that's there's not enough CBD cream in the planet that we can rub on your spine that will make this better. This is constant pain that you just have to learn to manage and live with. Yeah, and that's not a question because nobody really knows much about neuropathy pain that nobody has really been educated on or even heard of it. It's very rare that you mean somebody with it. But yeah, you're correct. I mean, they've given me all the heavy pain meds for shots, try to just yeah, they then try doing they even try to do in stem cells. And that didn't do anything. They gave me a lot of opioids that I decided to get off. Pretty quickly because I did a lot of research and I was like, number one, I never want to risk getting addicted to those things. Number two, they're terrible for your kidneys. And number three pills just scare me, man. I just don't, I don't like pills. They terrify me. I do use some CBD creams that don't necessarily help my neuropathy, but they help relax my muscles. And that helps a lot with the neuropathy in the sense of it's not tightening my muscles because my muscles are too chilled out. So CBD cream does have some benefits to it, but it doesn't actually help the neuropathy pain itself. But yeah, I wish there was a cure, but I mean, that's why I have so many tattoos. My pain tolerance is through the roof. This is fine. Yep. Yeah, like I pretty much all my fingers are tattooed now and I was getting them done and my tattoo artist just like me was like you good and I'm like, doesn't hurt one, but he's like, okay. So I haven't been saying tolerance. When you say Malta sports athlete, you know, I Googled you. I looked you up. You literally do you skate? You surf. You ride moto X, you snowboard. Yep. How does one even manage that? Google calendar for sure. Do you train? Or is it all just cross training? Does it come natural for you? Did you grow up doing all these sports? Yeah, so I grew up in Southern California where the action sport capital of the entire world. And so my neighborhood was just filled with all these different professional athletes. And my whole family was pretty active in things. But ever since I could remember, I just always had a Need for Speed. So whether it was going as fast as they could on a scooter or my bicycle or my skateboard or whatever it was I had to have wheels or a motor. I was trying to go as fast as I could and you know try to get my mom a heart attack because I thought it was fun to scare her. But I just grew up with this adrenaline junkie mindset. And my dad kind of picked up on that. It was like, you know, we should get her dirt bike. And so I ended up getting a dirt bike when I was 7 years old, and I was kind of already doing a little bit of skateboarding, a little bit of surfing, but there was something about dirt bikes that really made me fall in love. And I was just pretty hooked ever since my first love was definitely motocross for sure. And then you had a life altering injury from riding a dirt bike. And what made you and what made you get back on a dirt bike? So when I first initially lost an arm at 12 years old, I mean, not only did I lose my arm, but I lost my identity and who I was essentially. I struggled a lot in trying to figure out, all right, so who's this new chai gonna be? What else can I listen to my teeth into that is going to give me as much satisfaction and help me fill that void. So I tried out for absolutely everything in middle school and high school. I did basketball, choir, cross country, drill team. Anything you can think of, I tried out for it. And none of it really hit me.

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"kiana" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"kiana" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"He doesn't have time to go on blockchain technology as so he has stuck with with what is suitable to his resources. And if kroto seems to risky for you than just don't do it. There are so many different ways to compound your money and the best way to go about. It is to go with things that you know. So you're confident because unlike the popular belief that oh my gosh ah has to be some sort of a rocket scientist to be good at investing. It really is not. It's all about emotional management and the best we can go about his understanding Knows exactly what you're comfortable with and choose assis based on that and that way you're just you know you're not gonna be paying too much attention to retaliate can especially if entrepreneurs can focus on the things that you are passionate about which is hitting your business in the find your portfolio with the money that you're creating and then just have it worked free on the background. I love. i love. Because i think sometimes you know entrepreneurs were good at a few things. Earning money and also spending money. I am so senior. Full one hundred percents. Yeah it's just that vicious cycle but So much fun i i. I really think we could probably sit here and talk finances for about an hour but again. this is clicked. Bundles radio So next month you're speaking on the stage where he talked about it. Like one of the prime spots to add a little bit more pressure but Can you share with us. Some of the things that you plan on covering during your presentation and maybe i know some of you have really been dialing it in a lot of the speakers. Every time i talked to mike. Hey how's it coming on still working on exactly frigging out what i wanna teach but is there. Is there anything you can share with us that they need to be funnel hacking live to here so i am going to dive deep into my one funnel that got me from literally zero years of zero to an explosion and kind of talk about why that worked and how anybody can actually apply that to their own funnels and their entrepreneurship journey. I'm also gonna talk about a little bit of my back story. In how the i had you talk. You asked me if i had any failures. I had so many failures nod just on my extra entrepreneurship joining but like when things happen. Like a just like rained like crazy like relationship and back back all happening at the same time. So i'm just gonna share a little bit about bat. Because i know people can feel stuck on an nfl Problem for me or this not wanna work or is just to complicate at some good deliberative ted talk on on the inspirational journey. That i went through back into rem today. And i think it's something that anybody can apply. No matter where what stage of their journey journey they are even if that already happened to come a club and they wanna go to the next next next step so those are some things that i'm going to talk about also gonna talk about a little bit about my zen wealth generator which is how i keep on putting compounding on top of my money by marrying my skill set an income level and then investing so our old tied together on the bay. All come together. That is how you really create. The snowball effect humongous network. That is going to quit you a legacy. So i may or may not touch on that as i can't i cannot wait for it i again. I i could probably geek out for hours with you on a lot of stuff whether it's investing cryptocurrency or or finance or any of that but i cannot wait for your presentation. We run a million miles an hour behind the scenes. That funnel hacking live But you know there's a couple that i really i'm gonna try to take a couple of minutes out running like crazy and listened to and yours is going to be one of them. I'm so excited for it. It's going to be amazing at so real quick. If someone wanted to go find you online or on social media where can they find you right. So considering that i have way too many impersonators. Please plan to white one on instagram. I'm at invest diva. And for those of you who are wondering by the way a diva is a female version of hustler. So ask look beyond beyond beyond is adding best diva. That's un-usa graham and then on talk on kiani kiani my last name and on facebook also candidate all over the place awesome awesome. Well thank you so much for taking time out of your busy schedule. I know you got a lot going on. You have kids writing a book in fact. I think you literally wrote a book. Just four funnel hacking live which is absolutely incredible Which may or may not. Yeah maybe people might be able to see that frontal hockey live. Maybe but still may remain. I may or may not be at somebody seats out and so i'm just appreciative of you. Take time out to come. Hang out on click. Bundles radio With that i do. I do wanna ask you one question. If you had to tell someone that was attending frontal hacking live for the first time Because obviously you said you attend your first one and two thousand nineteen. What would be some of the advice. You would give them to prepare it. Even if they're watching virtually or in person. How would you tell them best. Prepare for this and how it can really impact them and help them make the difference in in their lives. Are i so i don't know about virtual. I feel living. I talk about the in person. Because i i like i had i had a. I had a plan and i think it kinda worked out really well for me. Is that if you're intending in person again. The i don't know if it's possible by try to network as much as possible because you're going to be sitting next to literally one of us or people who are even like ten x ten Unlike zillionaires who are there and you can take by sprung into nineteen. I was like okay. If i'm here if i if i left my daughter to year i'm gonna do the best. I was like literally like the chicken. Headless chickens running around talking with every person possible and another that i did was i mean when doors open i. I had my running shoes on run to the front because it does make a difference being hanging out with the people in the front van in the back again. I don't know what the structure is. The sign going to be off but if you're watching online now we've been actually doing events in the passing. Please please please treat it as if you are there. Live close out your door. Make sure your kids are not gonna comment because like there are things that are going to hear from the speaker of those just like one thing that one person says that is gonna completely change your outlook on your life and your in entrepreneurship. Journeys do not wanna miss out a single word. And what i'm saying. Like i mean it like the the amount of knowledge that is dropped in high can live is in sane so treated as if you are there in per cent engaged. I'm pretty sure they're going to have like chatterboxes and everything. They try to engage as much as possible heavier cameras on. Do all the things because it it matters telling you. High energy generates High income. You want to be absolutely your best harry. Coffee like even get dressed. Put your makeup on even if you are online and treated as if you are there live..

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"kiana" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

FunnelHacker Radio

06:15 min | 1 year ago

"kiana" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio

"Much a male dominated field is the world of finance. And i was just absolutely shocked to see this happening in america at of all places because i grew up looking to america looking at watching hollywood movies and thinking about america's land of equality and all. This good stuff. And i was born in. Iran is in this like oppressive place. And you might get shocked. That new ron maths or finance these things are not gender. Rised like we don't have gender-specific rose in in this study studying electrical engineering. Not because. I'm like wait math but just because like i'll try that i was like taking history. It wasn't like a big deal and it was in americana was shot right. I need to empower. Americans like women. You gotta do this things. So that's when i kinda stumbled on. My entrepreneurial journey had no idea what i was doing a bide. I did kind of get started. The youtube channel which landed in my first book that god published and then i started becoming better. I'm buttering investing in. I start getting a lot of media exposure. And i kinda was like. Oh my gosh. Pain is great. But i feel like there is something else like i can actually make a ton of money teaching this to people and making an impact but it just wasn't clicking and it wasn't until twenty sixteen that i of found out about click funnels itself. I was trying to pull my hair out literally trying to create my websites. Even though i quoting slow studied engineering. It is hard like you cannot. It was it was. Oh my gosh. A lot of tears in grey hairs all the good stuff trying to create a a create a website and working with people and not a really getting it and then somebody introduce me to flip tunnels that makes creating websites easy Will and that was the first summit ever even of a funnel and soon after course russell sent me the perfect webinar funnel and all these different things Like learning about them. But unfortunately i wasn't able to live that year because we were traveling. You're after i got pregnant. And they. After that i was giving birth so it was just like i just. It was like year after year. It was three years. Oh gosh i really feel like if i go to funnel hacking live thing. Things are going to finally click. Because i'm getting oldest media exposure and trying my way with always book funnels. This bad nabet is just not clicking. I don't know what it wasn't clicking. I was so so so frustrated. After finally i was able to make it to hike in life spending nineteen while so breastfeeding by the way too much information. I'm sorry but i was like okay. One hand i see them is sorry about that. But that's like i'm the end. It's there is no way. I'm gonna miss out on. Some high can live another year. And i did. It obviously inevitably i've then i was like i'm going to the next level. I got into the tacoma club coaching and it took me a little bit to cut it again. You've understanding all these higher levels things. That wasn't getting before. But once i did that was it that was the money started rolling in and the impact and able to make has been just phenomenal amazing. I'm sure and right before behind you. I know all you're listening to this audio on a podcast but right behind. John is a to comic of award saying behind her. Which i mean is it's one of my favorite things to see is when we talk with some of our clients community seeing those awards behind them and it is something that like. You said you kind of had a few things that you had to learn grow. Did you have a few failures along the way as you. I started trying to get a funnel going. And and you you had all this media exposure but like getting people to go to the right place to buy from you. Did you have failures along the way a few guys. I all my guys i. I'm like a funnel making machine. I just kept creating funnels after funnels author funnels after funnels and whatever reason none of them were sticking i now i know what the reason was and russell is one who actually mentioned it to me by it. It was a pain. 'cause i was wise. It's not working out. why am i getting. I'm getting oldest media exposure. I have the funnel. I have the book. But it's still not converting. And i had this book and i had that book and have this thing and that offer i had probably if you go to my click tunnels back in its embarrassingly chaotic. As they're like more over way over two hundred. Five hundred funnels over there. That i've tried to everyone of them until we found the secret sauce which was actually a lot simpler than what i had thought. Then that always seemed to be the case. It's always easier than we think. And you know you were talking about earlier. It's probably the same thing with investing you like you know. Sometimes it's simpler than we think. Dollar cost averaging. We'll get to that here here in a little bit. Because i you know i i personally love finance like started. Out in the frugal. We're all like okay. How do i just eat beans the rest of my life and retire early but now i really don't wanna be like that. Obviously you know money. No money can't buy happiness. But you know you can't buy anything i think. I think it's the types of money cans one hundred percent by stuck making one hundred percent. I i agree with you. One hundred percent can pay for the vacations. It can pay for the you know. It's not trying to go down this rabbit hole but when you get into your honda coordinates which over to tesla like wow this tesla's really nice like i'm smiling while i drive instead of browning while i'm changing the tires oil on the side of the road type thing but that's beside the point that's beside the point So you are comics..

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"kiana" Discussed on Daily Pop

Daily Pop

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"kiana" Discussed on Daily Pop

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"kiana" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

Earn Your Happy

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"kiana" Discussed on Earn Your Happy

"Everyone welcome back to the show. My guest today is kiana denial. She is the ceo of invest yvette. And she's no ward winning internationally recognized personal investing and wealth management expert. She's reported on the financial markets directly from the floor of nasdaq and was named the personal investment expert of the year two thousand eighteen and the investment coach of the year in twenty nineteen by the investment fund awards and accomplish author. Her books include invest divas guide to making money in four x and cryptocurrency investing for dummies. You guys i literally am ordering her books right now. Because i'm so incredibly excited about this wealth of knowledge and what this woman's wisdom is going to give to all of us in free us of so as the ceo of invest diva kion. His goal is to empower and educate women to take control of their financial future by investing in stocks and other online assets. Even if they're super busy or listen to this. This was huge for me. Not a math. Whiz cannot provides her invest the students with daily personal finance and investing material via social media financial education be a her free masterclass and her award winning financial and investing power. Course you guys. I love this chat with canada because it really helped me feel empowered and understand all of the different things in avenues that we can start learning about and investing in to open up new opportunities. That.

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IOC's Bach Gets Mixed Reaction in One-Day Visit to Hiroshima

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

IOC's Bach Gets Mixed Reaction in One-Day Visit to Hiroshima

"International Olympic committee president Thomas Bach got a mixed reception in his visit to Hiroshima in Japan this is he met with an atomic bomb survivor everybody wears been here and to estimate this experience and has got this inspiration we'll leave here Russia as an ambassador for peace the Olympics start next week in Tokyo the city is under a coronavirus state of emergency there were protesters in her Rocha do you want to you know this you Kiana she because mother was an atomic bomb victims he says he's opposed to the Olympic Games saying as you can see from box actions they are trying to use the sports to make money Bach repeated the games in Tokyo will be safe and secure I'm a Donahue

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"kiana" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

The Coachable Podcast

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"kiana" Discussed on The Coachable Podcast

"I talk to people here hop on a stage and the like all right because now this is actually an interesting. My son sixteen years old this dynamic next new like conversation with a new girl possibly and it got to the point. Where like they supposed to go meet four times. In of all four times she never showed up or like was always delayed like got pushed back and he got rescheduled and one time he left the house and he said at a gas station for our watch. The phone i was like. Oh my gosh bro. You gotta leave. And i called him like bro. What's going on all. She has said no. Come home if ever talk. We come back in head to talk. Here's why i talked to him. I realized that if he didn't have this talk he might believe that he is the value that this girl is placing on him by her actions. so. I had to explain them. Look at the end of the day. You are to your strong too. Good luck and hard work and honest kid doesn't mean she's a bad person but i need you to not get wrapped up in whatever because right now you probably feel like your less end. So kiana like yeah. I don't want you to feel that. Not not to protect you but i need you to grass. Just because you're this this relationship is what is the waste be navigated. You are not this relationship. You're different human. And if someone has respect your time and you did not be with them to begin with. But i also more than you did a perspectively. See that you can identify with your value based on a person's treating you. And so i think what i deserve. Yeah that's the big sur and people men who you choose your partner in life is a barometer for how you hold yourself worth you choose a crappy person we get to see who you believe yourself to be a value of but yeah i fully agree. You gotta know you. Aren't you had to have a relationship where people allow you to figure out who you are that. And that's the acceptance piece that i am confident and secure enough in my own self to know that i am. I'm always influx. And i'm you know i'm not just one thing I'm not just one thing many things and so is my partner and so when you're willing to be curious about yourself you can also be curious about them and oh this is just a different aspect of you or and i can accept that and i mean that's part of who you are as a whole and most of us when we enter into relationship we don't realize we're we're entering into relationship with all parts not just the parts that we've seen or the parts that we like about our partner and that's the that's The type of love..

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Pons leads No. 18 Tennessee past Mississippi State

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Pons leads No. 18 Tennessee past Mississippi State

"Ifan scored thirteen points to number eighteen Tennessee survived a poor shooting night to beat Mississippi state fifty six fifty three the vols jumped out to a fifteen for lead but the Bulldogs one up forty one thirty eight before ponds answered with a pair of baskets Tennessee won despite hitting just two field goals over the last ten minutes of the first half freshman Kiana Johnson scored four of his eight points over the final two and a half minutes while drawing a qi charging foul in the process while the ball shot thirty seven percent from the field the Bulldogs manages thirty three percent I'm Dave Ferrie

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East Boston Residents Protest Controversial Electrical Substation Project

Radio Boston

02:11 min | 2 years ago

East Boston Residents Protest Controversial Electrical Substation Project

"Begin today in east boston. Where community members are protesting an electrical substation project. That has been in the works for years. Now eversource wants to build the substation in a flood prone area near chelsea creek. That's across the street from a popular playground near tanks of jet fuel for logan airport. The utility says the project poses little risk to the public while local residents worry. It could catch fire and explode. And there's another complication. Many of the residents in this densely populated community who would be affected by the project speak spanish as their first language and have complained that the department of public utilities and the energy facilities siting board. Those are the two state bodies charged with permitting. The project have failed to make the citing process accessible for them to participate so this is a microcosm of environmental justice issues. Here to talk with us about. It is wbz miriam wasser. Hey there mariam. Hey kiana okay. So let's start with the project. Why is it up for consideration in the first place. And why are we talking about it. Now yeah sure so electrical substations are those networks of metal metal towers lattice structures and wires that you might see along the street or behind a tall fence there really ugly but they're really important. Part of our energy infrastructure. Basically when energy comes when electricity comes out of a power plant it's at a really high voltage and it stays at that voltage to travel long distances but then it needs to be at a lower voltage when it gets to your house so substations are make that possible an analogy that i like to use his. If you think of the high voltage lines as a as a highway and the lower voltage lines as the streets leading to your neighborhood. A substation the off ramp it slows things down. Because you can't drive sixty five miles an hour on local streets so we need substations but the question in this case is. Do we need one in east boston on the chelsea creek and as you mentioned before the utility eversource which is a company that wants to bill that says we do they propose this project in twenty fourteen and argued that it was necessary to meet. The electricity needs of the community and logan airport.

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No. 9 Tennessee pulls out 79-74 thriller over Arkansas

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

No. 9 Tennessee pulls out 79-74 thriller over Arkansas

"Josiah Jordan James in Victor valley junior each scored seventeen points as ninth ranked Tennessee pulled out a win over Arkansas seventy nine seventy four James also had nine rebounds Kiana Johnson added fourteen points including six for six from the line in the final minute John Fulkerson led the second half comeback before finishing with sixteen points and eight rebounds focusing delivered twelve points in the second half to help the volunteers improved to nine and one Arkansas carried a seven point lead into the second half before falling to nine into Jimmy notate had nineteen points for the Razorbacks on the ferry

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Argentina’s Senate has passed a law legalizing abortion

Monocle 24: The Briefing

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Argentina’s Senate has passed a law legalizing abortion

"John tina's congress legalizing abortion up to the fourteen. Th week of pregnancy latin america generally has maintained a hard line on this issue elsewhere in the region. Abortion is only legal in uruguay cuba. Kiana and parts of mexico and then only in limited circumstances. The question nas prompted is will domino's now.

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Bailey leads No. 8 Tennessee over winless Saint Joseph's

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

Bailey leads No. 8 Tennessee over winless Saint Joseph's

"Eighth ranked Tennessee is five and after blowing out St Joseph's one oh two sixty six the volunteers had six players score in double figures led by Victor Bailey juniors eighteen points Santiago the scoby delivered sixteen points seven rebounds and five assists for the balls Kiana Johnson chipped in twelve points off the bench and said the balls dept has much to do with their success it makes the load a lot easier for each and every god just because you can come in and go go as hard as you grow and then knowing that your brother come in and take take over and nothing will fall off Tennessee also received contributions from starters Yves pons and John Fulkerson ponds finished with thirteen points and nine boards while Fulkerson had ten points six rebounds and five assists I'm Dave very

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Keanu wants to go on a Zoom date with you -- for a good cause

Steve Cochran

01:14 min | 2 years ago

Keanu wants to go on a Zoom date with you -- for a good cause

"Finally we have a contest involving a virtual date with a big celebrity doesn't fail this is a fantastic story this is the story of Keanu Reeves who has put himself up for auction you can go online and bid on a fifteen minute personal zoom meeting with Keanu Reeves all the money is going to go to the Idaho children's cancer charity that's called camp rainbow gold so really good cause but if you're in love with the Kiana Reeves if you think it would be really cool to hang out with the matrix man with you know the the all the movies that we love Kiana Reeves in and sit down and talk to him about that or anything else here's your opportunity so if you go to camp rainbow gold website if you Google them there's a link to get to the site so you can put a bid in on this what do you think the current bid would be on something like this right now thank you yes from five thousand seventeen thousand six hundred dollars man to spend fifteen minutes with Kiana Reeves

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Nancy

03:50 min | 2 years ago

InvestiGAYtions!

"You've got shared lady Gaga. Britney Spears Arianna they're all gay icons albeit very straight away ladies and I wanted to know who is the next straight white lady GAY ICON SO I deep coma from Thomas. Who's my pop culture expert? He's in the know to find out who that gay icon could be. Oh Yeah it's too early to label duleep. I mean she's fine. I guess she is a Grammy Award. Winning best new artist. Thank you know why I'm hype and so much but I mean my clear pop icon will forever be. Gino is all right next question number four. There's this stereotype that has long permeated lesbian culture. And it's that Lesbians Love Cameo in fact auto straddle did a survey about it and found that lesbians are more likely to own cats than any other group of People. I wouldn't know as I myself am a dog bisexual so I hit up Dr Rachel Cordesman. Visiting professor in women's Gender and Sexuality Studies at Wake Forest University. She curated an exhibition all about lesbians in cats by Harry. Cats have a lot of associations with southern entity and often kind of dangerous or deviant forms of feminine any so because of Lake Association so cats switches association so flake cats even with like pejorative terms for China after the nineteen seventies the sort of a defiant reclamation of cats with an different lesbians cultures lesbian feminist for reclaiming hats and now furthering this educational moment our final coup weary question number. Five is a question that I talk to. You Parker. Yes and thank you for making my next family. Thanksgiving more awkward. You're welcome you told me. Queer people love soup and you wanted to know why in so I went and asked my sweet sweet. Got Sister The undercut champion Baltimore. Why Queer people are so obsessed with soup she would. She said Parker. That's what I thought. I know. That's not a thing. Okay first of all you're making. It seem like us. Queers put soup on a pedestal. I'm just saying that UH squares like to eat some soup. I'm always being invited to sue cooking. Parties Soup potlucks. Even soup exchanges. But I mean everyone loves soup. It's delicious and it's cheap. But then I talked to my friend Kiana and Shalit's me and passionate messages like this. Why do I like soup so much? Let me tell you. Even though they look so easy and simple they could take hours almost like you know romancing a lesbian the seasonally simple but in actuality extremely hard true true but also Parker. I have a confession. I actually don't like soup what I don't like. It would have been good information to know about weeks ago. Well it still even though I don't like soup is still something I was curious about. And it's still something that holds up. I'm just a special anomaly. Okay versus So it's not a thing you have in previous Leslie. I coming up one more investigation from and it is a doozy Nancy. We'll be right back. No one is carrying soup around

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Eli Roth to Direct ‘Borderlands’ Movie Based on Video Game Series at Lionsgate

/Film Daily

02:15 min | 3 years ago

Eli Roth to Direct ‘Borderlands’ Movie Based on Video Game Series at Lionsgate

"Let's talk a borderland. They're they're making a movie in this time they're trying to make it with. Er Roth then tell us about it. Yes Oh rob is going to be directing borderlands movie for Lionsgate and Borderlands is based on a video game It's actually a several video games. I think there are three or four in total now The original game was set in the distant future at a time when various mega corporations seek control of various planets to colonize and mine for their mineral wealth and resources when one of those corporations discovers an alien vault on a planet called Pandora. No it's not an Avatar crossover. A team is sent in and ends up having to fight off the local wildlife and bandit population while basically trying to it. It's like A. It's like a race for whatever's at this vault so that's the basic premise of at least the first game And yet at Craig. Mazin the guy who wrote a lot of questionable stuff and then also trouble is writing the script here so I wonder if this is where this is. GonNa to fall on the Craig Mazin Quality Line. Because he's he's somebody that frankly had written off and then Chernobyl just like blew me out of the water so I was like. Wow I made a mistake by judging this person way. Too harshly and now. I'm like borderlands though really so I'm not sure if he's going to be able to bring. I don't know any sort of special Relevance to a borderlands movie from Eli Roth but at least it could be interesting but the most interesting thing to me. Is that the game. Has this really cool like Rodeo scoped? Look I don't know if you remember like the movie A scanner darkly that Kiana raves was in early to mid two thousands. But I kind of not very many movies look like that and I kind of hope that this borderlands movie tries to retain the visual style of the Games by you know taking that same approach With its own visuals. That's just pure speculation on my part but I just think that would be a cool way to separate this out and sort of make it stand out. In like the post apocalyptic kind of landscape that this movie is GonNa ultimately in.

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What Can Gamers Look Forward to in 2020?

Financial Exchange with Barry Armstrong

00:55 sec | 3 years ago

What Can Gamers Look Forward to in 2020?

"Twenty twenty is here what the gamers have to look forward to well brand new consoles on the way the PlayStation five and the Xbox series access open out CD project read cyber punk twenty seventy seven has a lot of buzz players in our law and enhanced mercenary working in the sleazy underbelly of this particularly after finding out that John wick himself Kiana Reeves will be playing a role in the game Sega's superfast mascot sonic the hedgehog makes his cinematic debut after twenty nineteen internet mocked the original trailer for the blue blazes look they have since updated the character model to make him look a lot closer to his game counterpart signed a little all the super energy many fans are decided if the film is something to look forward to is the rock president for a run away from that fox bets for fox

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Van rams into Seattle-area Ross store, injuring at least 10

News, Traffic and Weather

01:32 min | 3 years ago

Van rams into Seattle-area Ross store, injuring at least 10

"Police are investigating what started as a shoplifting at a Ross store in the area and then they get away Vance slammed into the store at least thirteen people almost Tammy Mutasa has more just got an update from king county sheriff deputies moments ago about this Kiana kick and terrifying situation that unfolded at the Ross store this all started around nine fifteen it was really busy inside that Ross store and deputy say a woman was inside shoplifting and then ran outside to get into the white van that was waiting for ads and get away now police say the van hit a car in the parking lot at a high rate of speed and then the van crashed right into the store getting several people now one of the people that was hit was a stroller with a two year old boy inside and deputy say that child is in critical condition along with a forty one year old that's also in critical condition and another person now they're telling us that at least six other people were injured collisional Marino talk to people who were inside the raw store in Derian last night when that van crashed through your people that work at the very front of this store terrible injuries caused by this driver who was likely trying to make it get away according to police after committing a crime we spoke to one witness the mother was inside the store with his sister and my mom and my sister were in the store and my mom was in a different she only here like a big explosion and see someone

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Michael Jordan, Keanu Reeves And Emile Hirsch discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

09:30 min | 3 years ago

Michael Jordan, Keanu Reeves And Emile Hirsch discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"So apparently the matrix matrix for it is happening variety reports that loud on what caskey will write and direct a fourth matrix movie with kiana ribs and carrie ann moss reprising their roles so given all the rumors circulating about the matrix. I was surprised to hear this especially given the ending of revolution. So what do do you think about this news. Where could they possibly go with the story. Now i gotta let coin ready for this movie. It's okay in one thousand nine hundred nine twenty years ago. They foretold how ominous technology was gonna be. That movie was so prophetic and now we're living in an age where we often often don't know what's real and what's simulation whether or not you go to burning man. There's a very zatarain surreal quality to what reality is because of fakes because of technology. We've been overcome by technology technology in real life and now there is the perfect time to make the matrix four to retroactively fix the matrix two and three which could have been one very good movie rumor was i heard this this was back in the early two thousands that the animatrix and the matrix two and three it was supposed to be a trilogy but they wanted to do one before the matrix one after the matrix but because of the star wars. I don't know if this is true. Through warner brothers like no no no so they made the animatrix and then they split two and three into two movies but it should have just been one and that's why this movie's filled up loaded. I don't know if that's true but now they can fix that the matrix is more timely than ever keanu reeves is back in another hot streak carrying moscow's incredible and jessica jones. I love the idea of. I don't know why it's it's one which hausky but i love the idea of original crater coming back to a franchise that actually changed cinema. The first matrix is one question for you though so so. I think you use the word retroactively we're. We're talking a lot about ret cons lately but we were talking about something even before the show started that i think might be important to point out here when you say you know do things retroactively ret con whatnot. You're not talking about necessarily just like wiping the slate clean and saying this never happened. You're talking about adding it <unk> adding to it enhancing it. I haven't watched them in years. I've watched the first one planning but the second to there's an entire sequence if i remember correctly with the architect where there's a bunch of nieto's what easier franchise to fix than one where there's that many reality is easier. It's a movie about coding recode. The damn matrix is right there. So all you needed was the people that want it and the technology to catch up to make it different enough to make it worth making and the talent and we got all that in this announcement one of my very favorite things in this announcement is a quote and it says many of the ideas lilly and i explored twenty years ago about our reality are or even more relevant net lake more relevant now. That is the key terms phrase whatever that suggests that this franchise is worth bringing back. I could tell your super into into whatever <hes> was pitching this now well. It's just something i'm really passionate this year in general and storytelling is all the use of parallel realities alternate timelines justice that is also in any property and immediate fixture problem like it's not annoying. It's interesting it's exciting and and this is a- an ideal property to do that with you have to you we also have seen so with halloween. You can go that didn't happen and people will be okay with it. It's totally fine but by incorporating these sort of parallel words or re recoding as you said you don't have to do that you can satisfy both realities without pissing off a fair legion of fans who probably would be like what we saw that happen. It's real may chase recorded voted well. The thing is we say glitch in the matrix in everyday vernacular expression yeah a glitch in the matrix console all three and four we can actually go back and have a deja vu black cat experience and that's exciting and canneries doesn't age. It's very convenient. I that was one of the the biggest things about the story just seeing that the two of them are back but also we only get one which hausky this time which i find very interesting just curious. What do you guys make of that. I mean it is an interesting scenario that you hope is not in any way negative. The fact that lily was mentioned in the press release speaks well and the fact that they've worked together for like forty years see. We looked quite peacefully. I maybe lillies busy. Maybe she feels done with the story. You know there's a lot lot of possible reasons for that but it's it's interesting from a creative perspective if if that is solely lana on her own that i'm curious to see okay how the world might feel different when it's just one mind sort of creating this time around what's interesting to me is is that in conjunction with how many incredible creators came out of the matrix as we have like the john wick team and so many people that we now have directing their own work whether or not they come back to be like first a._d. Or any sort of second unit what the assemblage blue-chip the matrix is because we only have one which hausky instead of the pair so i'm really curious what the movie feels like and we'll be able to tell it's one of them instead of the pair of them because we've only seen them work together to my knowledge. I don't think i've ever seen a single hausky film. I think you're right. I i did like tried to double. Check really fascinating. There's always i'm <music>. I'm an apologist for a lot of their people. Don't like like i'm a big fan of what was the one about the the true through tom hanks. I liked that movie. I the credits of cloud atlas. They reveal who everybody played. Yeah i mean look. I like all of their movies yeah right up on the second for jupiter island because i love that speed racer summons emile hirsch whenever speed racer sir is trending. Emile hirsch was like yes. I'm here in tweets but like speed racer is one of those cult following. I think it came out six months too soon. The world wasn't quite ready for speed racer and the matrix four or is. I hope this is a movie that blows our minds because what they did with bullet time in ninety nine changed things. I can't wait to see what they can do. Twenty years later technology. I'm also curious are as has she says it's more relevant but also our relationship to technology has changed entirely in those decades and i'm very curious what the perspective on it is if it's still the the same. Is there any part of the movie where it's like now. We gotta plug back in the ass plugged in now. I know well. That's what's interesting is ninety nine i. I don't maybe i'm wrong but i don't think phones had internet like or if they did. It was rudimentary pretty average folks. I don't mind texting back marrow's still playing snake on nokia that point and you're doing like corey keyboard texting yeah. I was eleven so i don't remember who had i didn't have internet so what we are now. Now is such a different animal than what that movie represented them but you can watch the matrix now and it doesn't feel old yeah when you watch the matrix the first one it doesn't feel dated so i can't wait to see what they do with the world catching catching up to the reality of the already made. Maybe i'm just i'm afraid to see what they're about to foretell about the future sickly the way they did with the last one hundred forty nine the matrix man. That's a very fair concern very very. I want to know but i'm not sure if i want a fair concern that speaks to how rich this opportunity entity is because it's very exciting because we talk about you know reboot sequels franchises continuing you know twenty years after the last movie came out you name it and we're always like well you repeating something like does this just seems like a really again rich opportunity to continue a popular franchise where you're basically justifying it in the pillars of the franchise itself so i'm pumped and for me. It doesn't doesn't feel like where we have like. Indiana jones nineteen where they're like inventing a new story. The matrix said the video game the animatrix and the two sequels this rich world. They've already built up that they probably had other ideas for or and had ideas for the last twenty. Here's a here's a question from the live chat briefly from who rang who's writing. What does what does it mean for michael jordan. He was mentioned to star matrix matrix reboot. Maybe plays morpheus as son but really quickly before you guys even answer that it was making me think <hes> oddly enough off. I am more into the idea of another matrix movie with keanu coming back with a movie basically being pitched as matrix four rather than getting what we were originally talking about about you know just prequels and different offshoots as much as i like michael jordan i kind of hope that that is done and it's gone and they just move move forward as we were just discussing here. I mean i might be remembering incorrectly but i believe that had a different writer attached they did yeah sounds like a pretty the different project i have no problem whatsoever with michael jordan being in this movie because he's phenomenal and that would be great casting if they want to keep that one little nugget of that project alive. I do please yeah but it sounds that they're pretty separate at least from what the reports read like yeah to me. This is a separate property but if he's on the radar is on the radar so then it's a good thing and it's warner brothers so michael. Jordan is very much on their radar so it's a great opportunity to clarify. I'll take michael jordan anything. It's just when i first read the read the the news or a rumor at that point that that's what they were exploring. I'm like okay but then i hear something like what we're talking about right now and that's the hook. That's how you get me back in. I agree i. I don't think a reboot released spoke to me but hearing the story evolved from an original creator really speaks to the original team for the team sending

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Our E3 breakdown: Microsoft's Project Scarlett looks crazy powerful (The 3:59, Ep. 568)

The 3:59

04:21 min | 3 years ago

Our E3 breakdown: Microsoft's Project Scarlett looks crazy powerful (The 3:59, Ep. 568)

"The. Tonight on what you're saying. I'm Ben FOX Rueben and Oscar Ellis, E three is upon us. The big video game confab is out. No way. We've got a whole team out there covering it. Oscar you're here, though, covering all of the action. What was the most pressing? You've seen so far. It's granted we're only about two days into it. It was by far Kiana Reeves so John, Wakeham selfie. He appears in the twenty seven twenty seventy seven trailer. And sure enough, he shows up at, at three does a little spiel has just roar of applause, and announces that the game is coming out next year. And you said this was at a presentation press conference held in which they announced new hardware, like a new XBox coming twenty twenty project scarlet, but you said, can't raise got more plausible that it was huge even he was taken aback. I mean ease superstar, even he was like, whoa, right? And everybody just loves them. There's cheers, there was a guy who said your breathtaking. And that guy's going to get a free copy of the game from CD project, grit. Because he heckled he heckled cannery canneries been on a pretty Sean, Ron John wick three obviously has a lot of fans of I wanted to give to always be my maybe that Netflix film, in which canneries plays version of canneries that we think he is, which is kind of amazing. But back to back to you three product scarlet we have to talk about the next XBox AK graphics. One hundred twenty days for second salt say drive. Would you think about it, it seems that for this next gen consoles deceits us is solid state drives? Yeah. That is just going to make everything faster when it comes to loading two big areas that's going to be the key thing graphics. Wise course it's going to be better. They didn't show anything. But obviously it's gonna be better. PS live is going to be better. But solid state drive is going to get a new television, right? Ak graphics. You're going to need to upgrade your forte TV or so. We're, we're in for four k content. Yeah. If you want, if you want the eight k is a bit about feature per right though. The last version, the Xbox One originally didn't have XT Moore did have four K just like the PS four. And so I think they're trying to feature proof a little that there. Right. So it's, it's not where they had to come out with that Xbox One x to power, the four K resolution stole a lot of time for them to tease out a lot about this product because it doesn't come out until holiday, twenty so this was probably. Just a little bit to get people interested. And then we're going to see a lot more going forward. Yeah. The more than likely. They'll have their own little bit next year. Like they did with the Xbox One yet tour the show off the games, but halo infant is going to be a game for this four cyberpunk twenty seventy seven where the two only two trailers, I mash them watching just some huge halo junkie so beyond that last week, there was the Amazon remorse conference, which kinda got lost the shuffle. With all the touching on apple WW C, which they knew that then knew that they were scheduling, the first annual conference dub dub, tell me what is remorse. So is a it's basically Jeff Bezos is conference that they hadn't Vegas where they talk about robotics space, artificial intelligence. It's kind of big science, fair about a couple of things. So it was drove was quite enough that it could potentially sneak up on you. Yes. Yes. So Amazon announced their newest prime air drone at the conference, which is kind of a big deal, and that they continue to rate, these delivery drones that they keep tell. Us going to deliver us stuff within thirty minutes by the FAA hasn't really moved forward with the proves where we don't expect this to reach the mass market, at least the next couple of years if ever but it was a cool new drone. So tell me about on scout. Amazon scout. I got a chance to actually see this. This is a delivery drone for the ground. So it rides around in suburban sidewalks. And one of the cool aspects of it, that they told me about was that they create these duplicates of the real world, the real neighborhoods that Amazon scout is actually going around and to actually train the I to be able to actually know what to do when it goes out there and doesn't. I don't know. Knock over a tiny dog or something like that. All right. More of these sound seen it and Roger Chan, I'm Ben FOX. Zealous. Thanks for listening.

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Before Keanu Reeves, The Matrix producer wanted Sandra Bullock as Neo

Colleen and Bradley

00:37 sec | 4 years ago

Before Keanu Reeves, The Matrix producer wanted Sandra Bullock as Neo

"Learn in casting that never was but could have been how about this one before Kiana res lad of the lead in the matrix that producers had a very hard time finding the right, man. So they briefly considered Sandra Bullock in the role. Okay. That would have been super grade. Okay. Black. Of course, had just started with piano Reeves in speed nineteen Ninety-four Sandra, set your representatives. She didn't recall the specifics of the pitch of the matrix. But she did say that ultimately the right person was cast in Kiana. Have been really cool at the time. Yeah. Yeah.

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More evacuations ordered as Colorado wildfire spreads

John Jastremski

01:10 min | 4 years ago

More evacuations ordered as Colorado wildfire spreads

"Let's traditional statement of unity mr trump has already planning an early exit he'll be jetting off directly to singapore saturday morning days ahead of tuesday's trump kim summit more from cbs's paula reed president trump said kim jong un could be invited to the white house their upcoming meeting a success look at it very favorably so i think that could happen mr trump also vowed to stop using the term maximum pressure to describe sanctions against the regime even though the penalties remain in place you'll know how well we do a years worth of phone and email records for one of its reporters as part of an investigation into leaks of classified information cbs's ceiling kiana letter sent two times reporter alley watkins federal prosecutors notified her they obtained her email and phone records from google and verizon investigators were looking into her relationship with james wolf he's a senate intelligence committee staffer schindler tactics were used by the obama administration but critics call it an intrusion of first amendment protections a wildfire burning in south western colorado is forced evacuations overnight as the flames are burning closer to neighborhoods casey nc tv reporter matt crucial bit by really is growing rapidly and it's because of the dry hot conditions down in south western colorado no rain in the forecast firefighters are up against a lot right now and on top of that there's a lot of home within that area as the fire spread north and south more than a thousand homes are under yvonne accusation orders afford a three victory over the vegas golden knights in game five of the stanley cup finals sent the cup to washington dc the capitals winning their first hockey championship.

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