18 Burst results for "Kloten"

"kloten" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line

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"kloten" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Arrest Martin Show. Oh, 97.1, Okay. E g. Yeah. No. Hey, Dan. Hey, I'll be You all right? Uh, define all right. Well, I saw you limping as you were coming down the hallway. Uh, yeah. No, not really. Uh, you need to go like see a specialist or something like that. I don't think so. What's wrong? Do you need Do you need? Uh, you need your buddies Kloten, Alfie to rub on you. Absolutely not. We here if you need it. No, I gotta do not touch me. I gotta knock off their gun if you want. What? What's the name? Brand Thera gun. Their gun. Oh, it is okay. Yeah, that thing that, like, does a jackhammer thing. Mhm. It's like it's like, uh, severe muscle poker. Yeah, that's actually better than what I was gonna say. Just like a trigger point gun that it looks like a damn torture device High. Absolutely. Do not want that. That make things way worse. I've got one if you want. Uh, me and me and clothes and rub on. You know what.

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"kloten" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"You cannot have multiple requests writing the same instance at the same time. And we said you know what. Let's let's invent this it and let's see what could be if we took a container. I approach on the same infrastructure as the one that is powering assumptions anyways so much more. We could have gone in depth than we need to wrap up anything else. You wanna talk about like in the last minutes. No thanks jeff for ford interview. You were probably the first person to interview me. After the launch of clarin retaliate launched in the morning in the in the afternoon we are sitting together. I just want to send to the audience. The message that for the past two years being very very hard at work delivering new features to clarin so they had checked it out two years ago. I invite them to check it out again today because a lot of things have changed. A lot of improvements have landed a lot of sixes have landed and yeah. We are always looking for for feedback. On how could cluttering head you better with your businesses. Like maybe you have the workload. That doesn't fit on. Kloten as i said during the interview. Let me know. Because i'm always looking at making kloten a better fit for more workloads so give you the try. We know it's It has a great experience because they were tell us this because we measure the satisfaction. And so we appreciate you. You're going to like it if you give it a try staring. Thank you from coming back on the show. consider yourself the holder of a of an outstanding invitation. Because i love talking to you about this stuff. Thank you jackie does. A great talking about wasn't talking about many other things during this interview. And thanks for the invite jeff..

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"kloten" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

06:34 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"That's great that's something very newer cheery and similarly for web developers forbe's authors five is hosting which is a great way to to host Progressive web apps and just webpages if you want to and the on ramp. Is that well as project. Is google cloud project when you use cloud functions for furthers. Actually you are using cloud functions when you use cloud storage for five as you are using google cloud storage and if you open up your juicy product you see all of those things in the cloud council so it's basically a share. The back end that presented for a specific target audience and specific use cases of mobile and web development. Now we are always walking closed with the farthest him to make sure that you know those integrations walk better the on ramp from five days to cloud walks great so we still have to do things already walk quite well together. And people talk to each other would correct the fact that sarbaz. He's the hero of. I think is is much more around static. Web apps progressive whereabouts than than set aside code. Like hey roku is about. I can by default hero crew. Was i can run my rails education on without worrying about the infrastructure. Well that he's actually that is cloud run. That is app engine. What is providing is the mobile and web hosting solutions as well as an entire suite of products around monetization in an advertisement. I mean i won't get with semantics. Debate with you i have my own framing of firebase. I've really liked firebase. I mean. I think they're basically like the same things it's like you know. Fire bases just different window into the same world that you're getting which is just great. Maybe like firebase is what google app engine should have been all along or something like that. I don't know whatever whatever marketing you wanna use it. I love firebase in. It's like it's like literally the only thing there's a few things that i could potentially use instead of firebase to build a project like i like super base. I think is really cool. I wish google would acquire super bass. Just make it make it make it really clear who wants to own the firebase space. The most probably it's not impossible. Render dot com. I think is really interesting. But anyway as far as i can tell it is still the gold standard for deployments of like people who want to be hipsters and developers the same time and then like cloud run as sort of the the next generation for serious businesses. I don't know. I like the way. Google does things. It's really interesting. Seeing the dynamics of the amazon google asher ecosystem do you think of of the competitive mindset when it comes to building cloud stuff or do you just think for more first principles like. Let's learn from what we did at google sort of thing. I'm say if we take a look at cloud. Ron we took a you know a developer first approach and not looking at the competition actually the thing that we launched two years ago when we met the two of us did not have a clear competitor by klaren this this idea of super easy to scaled containers without infrastructure. Yes fogging existed but fog. It was basically a backhand for container management system. Like aso and clinton was much simpler than that clinton was much more targeting the developer. So we actually to do this product development we really integrated on listening to two days which was lapels and kept iterating iterating on on what we believed was a great experience and trying to date as much steps as we could by doing. News l. studies gathering feedback from a large group of textiles result. Necessarily looking at what was as well. Of course you want might take inspiration from great things you can see elsewhere and fire bays was one of my inspiration like if you look at the cloud ryan command line. It is quite smooth instead of creating eva's when you're missing argument actually going to prompt you to provide the arguments. It's showing pretty well crafted a progress indicators. To all of this was. I took his inspiration from the five days. Come in line which is amazing in my opinion. But but in terms of competitiveness folklore and specifically was really developed as a way to say. Okay you know what we believe. The mouse like function as a service. Customer light clot functions but functions comes at great great great limitations. Like when you talk shows you cannot pick your own language. You cannot have multiple requests writing the same instance at the same time. And we said you know what. Let's let's invent this it and let's see what could be if we took a container. I approach on the same infrastructure as the one that is powering assumptions anyways so much more. We could have gone in depth than we need to wrap up anything else. You wanna talk about like in the last minutes. No thanks jeff for ford interview. You were probably the first person to interview me. After the launch of clarin literally talyor launched in the morning in the in the afternoon we are sitting together. I just want to send to the audience. The message that for the past two years being very very hard at work delivering new features to clarin so they had checked it out two years ago. I invite them to check it out again today because a lot of things have changed. A lot of improvements have landed a lot of sixes have landed and yeah. We are always looking for for feedback. On how could cluttering head you better with your businesses. Like maybe you have the workload. That doesn't fit on. Kloten as i said during the interview. Let me know. Because i'm always looking at making kloten. Better fit for more workloads. So give you the try. We know it's It has a great experience because they were tell us this because we measure the satisfaction. And so we appreciate you. You're going to like it if you give it a try staring. Thank you from coming back on the show. consider yourself the holder of a of an outstanding invitation. Because i love talking to you about this stuff. thank you jackie. Does great talking about wasn't talking about many other things during this interview. And thanks for the invite jeff..

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"kloten" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"I'm really curious about how you do. The open source versus closed implementation. Or do you look at kannada as a reference of imitation for cloud run or just like a vague peration. Are you actually using code from kannada in cloud run so we made sure to respect the same. Api specification so k. Native is both a reference as well as a reference implementation and claude. Ron really implements candidate. Api specification but does not use the canaan implementation. And you know this. This means that we had to collaborate with the open source community on on this. Api standard in very early days of native declarant team was very involved in defining that api specification and the implementation itself. I think we might be sharing. Maybe some A little bit of tests and maybe some ways to generate to generate api clients but the actual implementation for the auto scaling system is not child. It's different implementations of the same api specification which i think is very healthy but they are not like one hundred percent matching ek. Some things are are supported in in clarendon and some things are supported in it but but the majority of the contract states very very. He's the same fascinating so in product of this. What i think is interesting. You have an interesting product development process. You're offering a kind of abstraction that doesn't really exist. I mean there are parallels i get. What's the closest to. The closest thing is like what am amazon e. c. s. or azure was aka ass. Is that what there the the good the azure. It's agitation thing. Whatever so we have to mention that amazon has its own infrastructure for basically continues without. Vm's and they gave it the the brand. Filegate filegate is basically a backhand for the container this ks or i mean they have to services e ks all ecs and as you as you said on asia the player is actually sei which is also contains without vm's however. Interestingly that was the answer. I would have given you the question you know a month ago. Righetti recently amazon released something else which is A at pronto. Which is very much senile to what kloten is so it brings in addition to the containers without the ends it brings the developer actions. That clinton has been bringing did ask to yell so if you had used cloud on you will see that you know the only thing you need to provide a continuous image. Actually in the best years. We've even walked on making sure we can easily build that container image from the repository. Or even deploy your local source code into emerged and then gets deployed to claude ryan. So there is. In addition to the financial capability of scaled containers without the ams. It was also a developer productivity. The value that cloud is bringing the table and edible years has been answering to that by releasing new new product musical app. No but breastfeeding if we come back to colorado in that it is really a piece of infrastructure as whereas the value of productivity that you get when you use cloud and we know that we are doing well here because we get we get tremendous feedback from the community online community that you know they use cloud only did deploy and they don't think about it anymore. But also internally we measure on a satisfaction of the product in absolute and also relative to other google cloud products and claude on really always at the top of the satisfaction focused amounts. Your description of the aws stack reminds me of why we need multiple big cloud providers because the aws design definitively awac. That it's like. I don't i don't like the fact..

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"kloten" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"Curious about how you do the open source versus closed implementation or do you look at kannada as a reference of imitation for cloud run or just like a vague peration. Are you actually using code from kannada in cloud run so we made sure to respect the same. Api specification so k. Native is both napier reference as well as a reference implementation and claude. Ron really implements candidate. Api specification but does not use the canaan implementation. And you know this. This means that we had to collaborate with the open source community on on this. Api standard in very early days of native declarant team was very involved in defining that api specification and the implementation itself. I think we might be sharing. Maybe some A little bit of tests and maybe some ways to generate to generate api clients but the actual implementation for the the auto scaling system is not child. It's different implementations of the same api specification which i think is very healthy but they are not like one hundred percent matching ek. Some things are are supported in in clarendon and some things are supported in it but but the majority of the contract states very very easily fascinating so in product. This what i think is interesting. You have an interesting product development process. You're offering a kind of abstraction that doesn't really exist. I mean there are parallels i get. What's the closest to. The closest thing is like what am amazon e. c. s. or azure was aka ass. Is that there. The the good the azure. It's agitation thing. Whatever so we have to mention that amazon has its own infrastructure for basically continues without. Vm's and they gave it the the brand. Filegate filegate is basically a backhand for the container this ks or i mean they have to services e ks all ecs and as you as you said on asia the player is actually sei which is also contains without vm's however. Interestingly that was the answer. I would have given you the question you know a month ago. Righetti recently amazon released something else which is Aws at pronto. Which is very much senile to what kloten is so it brings in addition to the containers without the ends. It brings the developer abstractions. That clinton has been bringing did ask to yell so if you had used cloud on you will see that the only thing you need to provide a continuous image. Actually in the best years. We've even walked on making sure we can easily build that container image from the repository. Or even deploy your local source code into emerged and then gets deployed to claude ryan. So there is. In addition to the financial capability of scaled containers without the ams. It was also a developer productivity. The value that cloud is bringing the table and edible years has been answering to that by releasing new new product musical app. No but breastfeeding if we come back to colorado in that it is really a piece of infrastructure as whereas the value of productivity that you get when you use cloud and we know that we are doing well here because we get we get tremendous feedback from the community online community that you know they use cloud only did deploy and they don't think about it anymore. But also internally we measure on a satisfaction of the product in absolute and also relative to other google cloud products and claude on really always at the top of the satisfaction focused amounts. Your description of the aws stack reminds me of why we need multiple big cloud providers because the aws design is so definitively awac. That it's like. I don't i don't like the fact..

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"kloten" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on Effekten | digitalisering - kunskap

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"kloten" Discussed on Epicenter

Epicenter

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on Epicenter

"Taking a bit of the longer view. I believe like defi- definitely Started in syria. I think at at this point. I would say we're not going to. The world is not going to be exclusively theorem anymore and so sort of for us at any defy project. I think it would be inaudible in your interest to sort of focus on on one ecosystem and you already see like so many purchase coming up between different ecosystems where you ultimately just wanna make sure that you go where the liquidity is right and unfortunately like finance was seeing a lot of attention. I don't think that's gonna sustain But but i think other protocols other layer ones will billable bring interesting concepts and ideas that I think sort of similarly to how on cerium there was just insane. Been defy became really what it was to the interoperability right. Like any or see twenty token work with any other that meant you could use ave Deposits as collateral in another lending protocol. And you could vice versa. I mean everything worked together extremely well right and i think in the same way like crypto blockchain's they're going to succeed by focusing on exactly that making sure. Liquidity moves where it needs to end this available wherever necessary in for senator huge that means Acid originators underwriters. Sort of create these pools on sunday huge chain but then the investors the investors. They are really just wherever they want to be. And if that's if there's a need for kloten winemaker on theory than it can be true theorem. If it's if it's a money market on salona it can be on solano or it can move to another para chain polka-dot and so from from that from that you for us. I believe polka-dot were substrate was like very good technical solution. At the time he started and i still see a civil even. I mean extreme exciting now sort of the the point. Ecosystem is at For just about to find out like what what. The parrot chains are gonna mc wakened production in the coming weeks one sniffing has been to see in in the polka-dot consistent. Miss that kazama seems Taking on much significant role over time than maybe initially was envisioned. And you also starting this al-tair so this other kind of centrifuge like chain on bislama. Some curious How is that going to work. And how do you think the the centrifuge para chain and to kusov para chain are gonna play together. It's been super interesting to see how much excitement has built around crew some as a project and like you said. I don't think the polkadot team necessarily that coming but it's it's posed a really great opportunity for a lot of projects to get excitement around their precursors to what they would launch on polkadot. So i i do think at least most of the projects that i've spoken to do see kusaba as the more experimental sort of testbed where things can go wrong. They can push the limits really of what's possible before it goes live on their polkadot pair chains. And so that's exactly what we see. Alturas is really a place for experimentation pushing the boundaries of of what sort of things are possible so Drawback to something that that we talked about earlier today financing for example your reputation that something that's may be pushing the limits a little bit of what's possible today in asset financing and so. That's something that i would see as use case that would go live on all tear. I and really tested out. See what happens before it moves over to centrifuge chain. So i think for me. It's really exciting to us. All terrorists that sort of test bed and try things out that maybe we wouldn't otherwise be able to on centrifuge chain super interesting. I have a question around the economic guarantees of having a governance token and basically the market cap of that governance token and the values that ultimately. It's what are your thoughts as to this. I mean i think it's super super difficult to estimate any sort of market cap for governance only took in and i've seen a lot of the season projects out there trying to do this Usually they try to back into it based on some other sort of understanding of the token like another use case that it has or or how this has worked for other projects and then just using that as a comparison which is really inaccurate. So i think it does add value. That's for sure. What sort of valued ads. I think is heavily dependent on how it's used for the project specifically so if that governance token is instrumental to upgrades for that product. It's going to be a lot more valuable of governance token that something that's really just focusing on minor things like members of the council or transaction fees that of a product that barely gets any use at all so i think there are a lot of differences there that that can be looked at in compared but in terms of a quantitative assessment. I think that's still super difficult to determine right now. But that said i would say we've definitely looked at valuation models for the centrifuge token not looking at the governance aspect of it. So really just looking at the transaction fees on center. Few shane and modeling. What those could look like over time and really giving this token a use case in addition to that so adding feature functionality. They won't mention today just so that we don't get ourselves in a hot place but it's definitely something that we're thinking about that. This token needs to have future use cases future utilities. And certainly not just governance. I would.

"kloten" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on In the Garden

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"kloten" Discussed on First Person

First Person

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on First Person

"Do you do that. We taught in private. I think we both know that nothing is served by having a television cameras dating you at the ticket a moment and we talked with respect with mutual respect. Which is the only way to really get something done. I i think you have to know what your bottom line is. You have to pretty good understanding what there's may be and you're trying to find ways to get the cracks and and find the mutual agreement Clearly he was operating with negotiating instructions. I think there were some limitations. I think president biden may have given me great latitude to try to get things done because we're the ones who are actually trying to move them somewhere. And they're the ones who have certain path that they've predetermined which we're trying to move them off of and onto what we think of a better and more achievable path and a path that will have better consequences for the world as well as for china and you go back and forth. That's the nature of negotiation. I think that they are well practiced and and strong goshi hitters but then again so and it makes for a pretty good negotiation. Well one of the things you've talked about. Secretary kerry is about a new tracing program with satellites measuring in real time the emissions footprint of corporations and countries. Tell us a bit more about how that works. And how you could use that to enforce compliance. Well this is a Assistant that al gore in a team of folks have been working on for some period of time which is to connect the light structure that has the ability with modern day sensor to measure in real time the carbon footprint of a particular company or a particular building certainly a particular country particular city. And that way there's going to be much greater visibility. Transparency and accountability on what people are doing to step up and that kind of accountability will drive popular demand and discontent with the absence of action to focus on those particular entities. You know. I remember one of the things that ended up making china. Thanks so much. More about pollution in there for climate change more than a decade ago is when the. Us embassy in beijing began to monitor air quality readings in the same in new delhi. Another highly polluted city And that ended up in a sense generating more civic interest and civic pressure on those governments to do more public. Scrutiny is a very critical component of this. I think no nation wants habits citizen saying. Wait a minute. we're not behaving like a good neighbor. And we're not acting in our own interest and our own people are breathing bad air or drinking bad water and people in public life have to be concerned about those kinds of things. It certainly drove some of the activity within china during a period of time. Now we have to hope that china which is stepping up as a global power will recognize that. You can't be a responsible global leader if you're not reducing emissions and meeting the responsibilities of the crisis of climate given all of the lockdowns of the last year and everything the world has been through. What lessons do you think the world has learned from. Its response to covid. Nineteen that can be applied to the fight against climate change. I'm worried about that robbie. I think there are rhetorical lessons. Spoken but i'm not sure. There are lessons applied particularly with respect to the climate challenge. We seem to be building back. Not better but just using the same old same old rather than using it as a break point opportunity and saying we're going to go out and deploy more renewable quickly and do the following a ccording to the international energy association. Kloten the role who heads it up. But we see is this year. Global emissions will increase substantially mainly driven by call. Dr moreau has said that we are on track right now to have an historic high increase rate of carbon dioxide in the bill back. That is not good. And that does not augur well for where we're headed. So that is why it is so imperative. That every major emitting country. Start to grapple. With this question of missions we should not be bringing new coal fired power plants online right now but there are new plants coming online in too many countries and there are better alternatives for those countries that exists right now. So that's the place where at which is really the the hearten soul of this negotiate yet to really break through on to get people to stop more definitively this new coal power in favor of renewable and start trying to build a different kind of more efficient grid. That is more friendly to the future. It must be hard and tiring and sometimes depressing to deal with an issue like climate change. Where so much of the the news and the issues we're dealing with is is all doom and gloom and just scenes. Daunting let me flip that what. What makes you optimistic today look. We're doing vaccines today. In the united states we will have a vaccine for every person that needs it within a very short span of time. I wish people were all ready to use them and take them But the fact is that would doing things. There's just a breakthroughs in technologies and other things. The possibilities are enormous in my judgment so my optimism is that there are things we've done that have made life better despite the fact that we're on this terrible course in the long run with respect to what we're doing with the environment but i think we can turn that around and i'm confident that just as we went to the moon with a confidence not knowing exactly what we're gonna do or when we were going to get there but we rose to the challenge and in many other ways i think we have proven again and again that when we put our minds to something we can and will get it done and i think that's our record and i believe in that and it keeps me feeling.

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"kloten" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)

"Competitor. China confront china's secures china conducting genocide against its engaged taiwan china's attack on human rights but amid all of this the biden white house also reading needs china as a partner in fighting climate change. But we are ready to work with beijing when it's in america's interest to do. So how'd you secretary kerry partition this one issue climate change from all the other arenas of competition. Well i think historically robbie we've always been able as a country and big nations powerful nations that have differences usually. We've been able to come together and be able to try to negotiate resolve. Certain differences example of that is ronald reagan in the soviet union consistently called it evil empire. He told him to tear down the wall. He was a great advocate for freedom and for democracy and ultimately he met with gorbachev wreck avec and they came to an agreement that it really didn't make a lot of sense to have fifty thousand warheads pointing at each other on a hair trigger and to be living with day-to-day danger richard nixon and china. Originally and the opening up in the nineteen seventies. These are the things that make a difference and right now. Climate is enough of an imperative for all of our countries. we have differences on economic rules on cyber. We have other differences of human rights differences geostrategic interests. But those differences. Do not have to get in the way of something that is as critical as dealing with climate and when i was in china the other day we negotiated and we negotiated back and forth in good faith. We didn't have to insult each other shouted each other. We had a serious tough conversation but we managed to find the place and the way to be able to agree and move forward by senses. The chinese know that there is a benefit to both of us being able to resolve climate crisis because our citizens are deeply affected by our failure to do so. I know you have a long personal relationship with your chinese counterpart is in the envoy. Tell us what you know about him. What what animates him he cares about this issue has been working on this issue for years. People who've been involved in these negotiations for those many years have great respect for him because he's been able to thread the needle between The ideological tug or the other differences and stay focused on the climate issue. He's a professional is well read. Well studied and i think president xi and the chinese leadership have great confidence in him it was appointed and then lock it. Or after i'd been pointed i think precisely because we did know each other we have worked together. And we've crisscrossed the world on this issue and i think if you talked to anybody who has been part of the conferences of the united nations over the years they will express their respect for shia wa. You know in speaking to other people for this interview. One of the things i heard. Is that leads around the world. They know that when they're talking to you. You have a direct line to president biden. And that's important to them. How much support does shis wa have. Which xi jinping with the powers that be in beijing to advance a progressive climate agenda. He has direct access to the president of china. Put us in the room where it happens when you're negotiating with the chinese. What is it like. How do they approach climate change in in this climate where there's so much tough rhetoric. There's so much of a need for both sides to appear tough and appear to be playing domestic constituencies in here you are with your counterparts trying to talk about something much bigger. That's a political. How do you do that. We taught in private. I think we both know that nothing is served by having a television cameras in dating you at the ticket or moment and we talked with respect with mutual respect. Which is the only way to really get something done. I i think you have to know what your bottom line is. You have to pretty good understanding what there's may be and you're trying to find ways to get the cracks and and find the mutual agreement Clearly he was operating with negotiating instructions. I think there were some limitations. I think president biden may have given me great latitude to try to get things done because we're the ones who are actually trying to move them somewhere. And they're the ones who have certain path that they've predetermined which we're trying to move them off of and onto what we think of a better and more achievable path and a path that will have better consequences for the world as well as for china and you go back and forth. That's the nature of negotiation. I think that they are well practiced and and strong goshi hitters but then again so and it makes for a pretty good negotiation. Well one of the things you've talked about. Secretary kerry is about a new tracing program with satellites measuring in real time the emissions footprint of corporations and countries. Tell us a bit more about how that works. And how you could use that to enforce compliance. Well this is a Assistant that al gore in a team of folks have been working on for some period of time which is to connect the satellite structure that has the ability with modern day sensor to measure in real time the carbon footprint of a particular company or a particular building certainly a particular country particular city. And that way there's going to be much greater visibility. Transparency and accountability on what people are doing to step up and that kind of accountability will drive popular demand and discontent with the absence of action to focus on those particular entities. You know. I remember one of the things that ended up making china so much more about pollution in there for climate change more than a decade ago is when the. Us embassy in beijing began to monitor air quality readings in the same in new delhi. Another highly polluted city And that ended up in a sense generating more civic interest and civic pressure on those governments to do more public. Scrutiny is a very critical component of this. I think no nation wants did have citizen saying wait a minute. We're not behaving like a good neighbor. And we're not acting in our own interest and our own people are breathing bad air or drinking bad water and people in public life have to be concerned about those kinds of things. It certainly drove some of the activity within china during a period of time. Now we have to hope that china which is stepping up as a global power will recognize that. You can't be a responsible global leader if you're not reducing emissions and meeting the responsibilities of the crisis of climate given all of the lockdowns of the last year and everything the world has been through. What lessons do you think the world has learned from. Its response to covid. Nineteen that can be applied to the fight against climate change. I'm worried about that robbie. I think there are rhetorical lessons. Spoken but i'm not sure. There are lessons applied particularly with respect to the climate challenge. We seem to be building back. Not better but just using the same old same old rather than using it as a break point opportunity and saying we're going to go out and deploy more renewable quickly and do the following a ccording to the international energy association. Kloten the role who heads it up. What we see is this year. Global emissions will increase substantially mainly driven.

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"kloten" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Stick up into the right. The numbers are scary. It's um probably surprising to some of your friends how popular you are. It's distressing, distressing. You are the answering questions about life and about relationships, and we'll throw those in with the money questions today, folks since he's sitting here beside me. We both like getting into the boundary questions and the questions about spouses and relationships and crazy brother in laws and all that crap in the phone number's triple 882552 to 5. That's triple 88 to 5. Five. 2 to 5. Let's start with Maria this hour in Chicago. Hi, Maria. Welcome to the Ramsey Show. Hi, Dave Berry said to talk to you. Thank you so much. My question. My question is this It's going to be Largest. I'll ask the questions first. And then I'll give you the background. Okay? Is financial is a friendly, just financially speaking, not not regarding how you feel about homeownership. Just financially speaking. I'm 58 years old. I have no debt. I have fully funded emergency fund. I have fully funded retirement both rock and for okay, I own my How much is in it? There's about a million in it. Okay. I'm good for you. Well between between the boat I raised. My four kids are all out of college. I'm single and I my home homes worth about 3 50. I paid it off. It's paid up back to the really high taxes are really high in Illinois from unprotected. Okay, but anyway, so I think I want to downsize because I don't need my house anymore. Cool, And I'm not I thought I would go to like a townhouse. Okay, just financially. Just financially speaking. It would be a really bad idea for the next 30 years to me just to rent and the reason why I asked that. Because in my heart I've had so much responsibility in my whole life. We're using my four kids keeping up with my house. I wouldn't mind is writing a check every month and just be done and Yeah, but everybody telling me like I'm actually speaking, you could sell your house to 3 50 Go buy something with 3 50 or less. I'm not maternal, You know, then I gotta worry about the house again. The windows of rules the gutters. All that. You know, Uh, you questioning? No. Yeah. It makes a lot of sense. I understand. So, did you raise your kids by yourself? You're single mom. Was probably when I was divorced, and they're very, very young. He was He was show for 20 years for 20 years. You been assured, she bear out here fighting Mm hmm. Scratching Kloten and you've cleaned the gutters. You've done whatever it took, and you're just tired. Yes, I look over time every month. It worked. I'm sure I was. Yeah, I thought you were the 1000 times. I thought you were that girl. You sound like that girl. You sound like a warrior, A warrior princess. Um So, uh, Well, let's first answer your question. Then let's try to look for a solution. Okay? The problem with your the good part about your theory is you don't have to screw this stuff because the landlord does. So you get all this stuff out of your life. The bad part about this is think about what rents have done. In the last 30 years. Sunup gonna you think and think about what they're going to do during the 30 years that we're talking, so if you rent instead of owning a paid for property going into retirement You're destabilizing your life, because every year your housing costs is gonna go up. Yeah. So that's why it's a bad plan. Not a bad plan to rent for a short period of time while you're rearranging things, or you're in a transitionary stage or something like that. But renting for 30 years means you are a victim of the real estate market instead of riding the wave. Nice. Most of the answer that you Yep. Okay, So I put down on paper because this has been like stressing me out. So I put down on paper, my taxes. This is all my bills in my house. I think I think you need to move. Okay, But like I even projected cost if I was in the townhouse, here's what Here's what I want you. Here's what I would do if you're my little sister, and you're old enough to be my little sister. Okay? Oh, not not your oldest sister. No, I'm 60. So I got you, baby. But the S O. Would tell you. You don't want to work on crap. And you don't want crap breaking and you are a millionaire. So you need to go a buy a brand new condominium. Where someone does all the exterior maintenance and every appliance and everything inside is brand freaking knew. You earned it. You're a rock star, and you need to enjoy a little bit this money and it's like buying a really nice car That's in really good shape after you've been driving a freaking beater. And it breaks down all the time. And you know my cars don't break down now. Back when I had crap cars because I was trying to get here. They broke down all the time. But you're you're a warrior girl, and you need to. You need to enjoy the spoils of the battles that you have one and that's a million dollars in a $350,000 paid for house. You're worth a million and a half dollars. I want you to sell this house and what you buy three and $50,000 condo. You may want to move to an area that is That probably might feel a little bit black. It's a little too Richie rich for you, but you need to live there anyway. Wow. Okay, I'll think about this. Thank you. Very good information. What do you think? Yeah, I think that transition when you it's when you're a single mom, when you're raising kids, and you put him through college and you're saving your working, you're doing overtime. It's kind of like being gazelle intense for 2030 years, and suddenly you're your identity is almost sprinter. I'm a fire. That's what I do. And how do you settle back down? You could hear like We have for someone who's accomplished what she's accomplished. The fact that this decision is keeping her up means it's not about this decision it's about I've got a shift gears and become something else. Right. That's a big, big transition. What do you do when you come home?.

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"kloten" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR

"Had to back it up because the first that's the face. I had to make the Alfie to understand which would have reactions. I was referring to. Oh, yeah. Okay, well back then. That would be a typical face. That's actually audio from Kloten and the X on their first date. God, why is your ex giving you presents in the first place, dude? I don't know. Don't like I said, We're cool now, and I don't have no idea what's in here. It could be something. The bunch of Trojans is what it is. Actual Trojans from Troy, not condoms. Okay. I also didn't know if you meant like a virus. No. What I'm saying is, this is how close ex girlfriend gets backing him for all the clothes, things that he's done. Oh, back at him, So she's not trying to get back with him. No. That's why I'm saying, Why are you bringing this Trojan horse into our studio club? We're fine. We're totally fine. We're totally just just friends now. And everything's cool. I find open up your present. Okay? No. Do you stand closer to that corner of the room while I get anything? Council is the silver stuff If I don't know I don't know. I can't say I'm underneath the console. What a half! Hey, clean the carpet down here. You think you need to clean the carpet where you're sitting? You want to come stand under here? No, but dusty over here too. All right, That's another layer of these days here stuff. And the plastic. Another layer. Oh, God, Jerry's toenails on the floor in there. Yeah. Yeah, he would do that during the show when he was here, like packing Insulation club Or is it wrapped? Oh, my God. It's like packing like it's going toe Australia or something. You have to use your scissors again to cut through that stuff. It's about the plastic is stuck to the insulation. So why going going away presents you got you attic insulation. It was a nice, radiant barrier ever seeing this vest does? Yeah. Looks like white. Yeah, that pink stuff. Pink pamper pitches. Oh, my. Oh, my God. Be careful. It's obviously fragile..

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"kloten" Discussed on In the Garden

In the Garden

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on In the Garden

"Robot gonna make this garden. All it takes is array in the whole had a piece of fertile ground dinge by inch robot role. Someone bless these seeds so someone warm them. From below to the reign of somber. Yes time for the season premiere of in the garden with peter burke here on. Wd it's brought to you. Today by menards family owned true value store brooklyn street in morrisville by these flowers and garden shop main street wakefield five kloten flores greenhouse and perennial farm main street colchester by your locally owned your aggrava- farm and garden on eastbound failure road by sticks and stuff.

"kloten" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

05:16 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on Not Another Shakespeare Podcast!

"They've gotten married in secret. Daddy cymbeline found out. He's not very happy about it. And he banished posthumous from britain. He said you have to leave. You cannot be in britain at all. Go away but imagine still. In britain imaging is still in britain. She's the princess. Well should not go on with him. I don't think she. Can i think he he's like the point is that he's separating them and keep in mind. Burying a misogynist framework is about to say. She's not allowed. She's not allowed. She's an adult. She's old not to get married but she's not allowed to question. Dadi cymbeline yes. We also find out that daddy cymbeline has a second wife images stepmother images. Mother is dead. Who only ever referred to as the queen. She has no name her queen. Yes and you're evil. English accent is very appropriate there because she is an evil queen. She's like an evil stepmother stereotype during the kind of fantasy stereotypes. There's a lot there's a lot in this. He packs it in. So the queen who is married to cymbeline has a son who is not cymbeline son. he's a stepson. called claughton kloten kloten like a clot of jumper. Yes yes we're going to roll with that was that's that's especially good and you don't even know this yet because his whole like death is tied up in what clothes. He's wearing something like oh he gets killed by a sheep. They are in. Wales are in that point. So you know. I'm so claughton cymbeline and the queen want claughton and imaging to get married because that would kinda keep the power in the family. So this is why. The king soap said that. She's married posthumous instead and very last..

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Houston hospital CEO predicts herd immunity by mid-summer

Houston Public Media Local Newscasts

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Houston hospital CEO predicts herd immunity by mid-summer

"Me walsum. Local health officials say the houston region could achieve herd immunity. Sometime this summer we talked to baylor college of medicine. Dr paul kloten. Who says a lot depends on whether people keep taking precautions the right way to achieve or immunity. It's a practice. Vigorous public health measures. That are substituting for vaccination until the population could be vaccinated kloten also warns a herd. Immunity doesn't mean life can immediately go back to what it was before the pandemic

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"kloten" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"kloten" Discussed on Open Loops: Conversations That Bend

"On open loops. We have michael feely author researcher and reveal her of hidden esoteric knowledge. I love this kind of stuff a former. Uk police officer. That is now well. He's been proclaimed as the real did vinci code michael. I don't even know where we're going to go first. But i'm so excited. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Now thank you. It's always nice. Things you passionate about south south thank you yeah absolutely. We're you was any of this going on when you were a police officer. Not really than the fact that i should a a an open mind. there's senator was the end of my career now. I never expected to to be the end my career. He was a career that i was going to defer two years and ended up doing seventeen years but senate towards the end which was in two thousand and nine. There's lots of strange things happening to. Maybe chop them on mind. Even further and as a result of all of all of those things that are happening to me pitch much on a daily basis or not biases. It did sort of sale had and actually leads career so it did have an open mind always been even from the age of six and seven years to watch movies such as the ten commandments for children. Heston and sit down and at the age of six seven have conversations with myself about. Can these things really happen. Did they happen while the real meanings. If they still risk so even from a very young child i was having these kind of thoughts. Any centers a place office. What luck toll may was to investigate how it's not going to any preconceived idea but to see what the evidence is. Evidence leads you on that has led me in good stead. We've which is to reveal the true sort of a satiric means by satirical atari main knowledge. That was meant for the certain few not for the masses so it was always kept away from the massey's in hidden via exit remains so it really should have helped me to formulate a blueprint of the anchin pastoral asian monuments among lips. Were really saying and what they were really depicting and then then took me. Naturally sort of into the nike of samaria. It's naturally into all of the world religions which are found actually had i common a satiric vices Let me to realize that they will actually talking about the same thing but by a different name so it always sporty back to a certain points of origin which was a singular message But he's been cleverly hidden so that's a seventy those who are deemed worthy the initiates who actually understand the true teachings the spirit of truth and it's been a fascinating journey continues to be fascinating each day. Something else will be learned which will be added to us been previously learned and it's just expanding and expanded just love. The university just continually expanding in in this wonderful sort of ancient knowledge. That the same to becoming confessed while. Yeah i'm already fascinated and i just ask you about your officer police officer career. Yeah you let me down such an interesting rabbit hole fair In your first answer. What was i have to know what were the experiences that started opening you up to go. There's something else going on here. Beyond material reality will get. There was literally consciousness. Tom trouble high was actually taken back in time. To the to the scene of a crime I was seen dimension portals in up in the sky anos actually personally witnessing things coming out of those portals and then traveling across the sky where the portals within dissipate stunned obviously stood to three feet away from a b. Not from here. All of these different kinds of things seen strange unorthodox craft in the skies day and night for anyone who's seen the movie kloten kansas. The first kind will that happened to me and my wife and two friends it will basically telepathically invited to a certain location. But we didn't realize until we might the cultivation over the that we'd all sort of been given the edge to this particular place at the same time and then when we call to say to this place and our friends are saying we'll get off davis dot dot com into my head as well and then what it was was a was a series of hills on top of these hills that were full monoliths. Ironically there were four of us who attend so when we when we attended this location that actually say name in in my mind images of what was going to be seen and when we arrived at this location as we'll sort of the the urge to stand at one monday h. turn anti-clockwise almost like a baseball run and work your way all the way back to the original monolith and when we look back at the graphs be taken that evening they they basically resemble the exact same images that are received in my mind the previous night. So there's the kind of things will happen sort of database ans and it was just a weird just to wear time of of almost something has been activated some switch inflicted and now is the time and that really easy what happened so that of course expanded for me. You know who's someone who is considered an expert i witnessed in any court in the uk. saying that these things who who wouldn't just come to a conclusion state must be this would go through a series of investigative sort of processes have the mind of. What could he be. could you be something else. Could it be an illusion. Could be could be something that that. I think andy turns that really that it wasn't he was very very real very real and buddy buddy tangible and said he never liked to run an investigation. My my original awakening was to experience. Now i'm finding the scientific evidence to prove and to establish what happened. So i know now what i experienced and scientifically evidence that combat one of experienced. So it's really been a journey of many facets from experience to knowledge to the scientific understanding of what was happening to make. What are you even consider scientific evidence of. At joint telepathic consciousness. Time travel trip to you. How would you define that because to me. Oftentimes the argument you get from the the skeptical side of things is well science. All the parameters of science aren't open minded enough to even consider this stuff because this stuff is beyond the limits of the conscious mind. That's how people that debate the existence of god argue it. They say you can't. You can't rationally argue. God that's the whole point. It's outside of rational thought to you. What does scientific evidence mean for me when you look at. How do you define real scientifically scientifically really is defined as something observable in something that is measurable so if you if you observe it and you can measure it scientifically. It is real now when you look at yes. A lot of the scientific community are clouds. Monte two things. I don't understand. But yet they spend a lot of their time trying to prove what they know to be true and they they. They realized that that reside an intellectual mathematician that has put this universe together and that he was not just some kind of random big bank so for if that is observable anything that is that is tangible measurable israel now when you look at some of the experiments of the the princeton lab which is a mainstream science lab they have proved backwards in time travel through experiments so this is mainstream science that have proved backward quitting time travel so what i experienced was not physical time travel. It was i consciousness entanglements. He was a conscious time travel. When i basically remote viewed backing time so i was still physically in my bed in england in february. Two thousand nine but consciously remote. Viewing i went back hundred and fifty nine years victorian england to the scene of the crime and then came back and i were all witnessed on what i saw tormenta months to the to the extent that i could not switch the light of at night in bed for fear that i would go back to that place so this has been proven scientifically fa me as as again as an expert witness in any course my witness testimony will be accepted in any course in my country because of my previous experience because of my by previous bust so i was seeing these things. I was witnessing these things which scientifically as head. I define rail. That is so fascinating michael. And i wonder about in general. Do you feel that you had to deal with people. I imagine that not every. Uk police officer is going down this path. I also imagine you probably came from a community of people that would lean a little more. Richard dawkins a little more christopher hitchens skeptic that kind of thing and all of a sudden you're dipping into the esoteric first off. How did you deal with the people around you and second..

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"kloten" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"kloten" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"The half boards over there, preventing that from happening. Pockets picked up by horn, Nate horn feeding to the blue line. They get it 11 11 from the circle. Let's fly from there. But Kloten makes the save and he covers up. An air force will get one more crack at it. Six seconds left First period, Air Force will send out Different power play unit. This will be Gavin Daskal Noten rhyme and Maraj is in to take the face off in the offensive zone. Ask us will take the face off. What comes out of the circle bouncing tumbling, and then one of the Lakers gets to it and sends it up the ice and that'll run out the clock in period number one, but a Good one Falcons out shot heavily in the game, but they they've only had nine, but they've made him count. They got the first one. They got the last one and at the end of the 1st 20 minutes of play. This game is all tied up here Force and Mercier's two apiece. It's gone back and forth, and Air Force had some shots early, and some shots late. Didn't get a whole lot going on in the middle of that period, Mercyhurst Did, but we'll leave the ice all tied up to the referees, talking to the captains of both teams, and most likely telling them guys, we gotta settle down, where none of the after the whistle stuff. There's been a lot of that tonight. 59 seconds of power play time awaits Air Force. To start the second period as both teams head off the ice here at the M I C The Mercyhurst I center in Harry, Pennsylvania, will take a break first period straight ahead on the Air Force Sports Network..

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