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Terry Crews responds to backlash over 'Black supremacy' tweet

The Breakfast Club

01:33 min | Last month

Terry Crews responds to backlash over 'Black supremacy' tweet

"Terry. Crews tweet it out to feeding white supremacy without why people creates black supremacy. Equality is the two legged or not. We are all in this together so naturally I happen to see that as soon as he posted it and everybody went in I, knew that was gonNA happen immediately, because it just doesn't seem to make much sense, does it i? Didn't I still don't even what he was trying to say and then once. Twice and don't get it I I. Keep it moving I'm my got. I don't even understand what he was trying to say. Yeah, don't understand he. Said I love you as as a friend brother Terry, but I disagree with you one hundred percent, no such thing as black supremacy that is a tactic that racist whites use to counteract our rebellion to their horrific treatment of us. It's called gas lighting. Black Pride is an anti White Terry crews responded. I agree I'm not discussing white people here. There are gatekeepers of blackness within our own community who decide, but who's black, and who's not I have often been called out for not being black enough. How can that be and then? Tyler James said. That China call you out Terry crews. You know us all love always, but we're rightfully angry right now and fed up with anyone that with our cause, wholeheartedly I don't WanNa. See that and as you pointed your way or diverted from the cause and Terry crews responded I understand Tyler I was not saying black supremacy exists because it doesn't I am saying if both black and whites don't continue to work together. Bad attitudes and resentments can create A. Self righteousness that's off then he goes on to say any black person who caused me. A Kuhn or an uncle time for promoting equality is a black supremacist because they have determined, who's black and who is not?

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North Korean media says leader Kim Jong Un makes first public appearance in weeks, ending rumors about health

All Things Considered

00:52 sec | 2 months ago

North Korean media says leader Kim Jong Un makes first public appearance in weeks, ending rumors about health

"North Korean leader Kim Jong owners made his first public appearance in three weeks following wide ranging rumors about his health even his life NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul Kim's exact birth dates not known but is believed to be in his late thirties state media reported came cut the ribbon Friday at a newly built fertilizer factory north of Pyongyang pictures showing sitting in front of a sign saying may first twenty twenty surrounded by high officials including his sister Kim yo Jong Kim Jong un dropped from public view after his last public appearance on April eleventh the website daily NK reported based on an anonymous source that came it undergone heart surgery south Korea's government has discounted such reports Kim has previously disappeared for weeks at a stretch he's obese he smokes and has no designated heir although some experts believe his sister could

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Kevin Scott and Reprogramming the American Dream

Behind The Tech with Kevin Scott

06:15 min | 2 months ago

Kevin Scott and Reprogramming the American Dream

"Let's let's jump into the book as you said in your introduction. The title is reprogramming. The American dream the subtitle of the book is from rural America to Silicon Valley. Making a I serve us all and the book is published by Harper Business. It's available now for purchase wherever you buy books one of the first things that we talked about. Really in one of our first discussions was that You know storytelling as you say is a southern thing. Tell me the story of the origin of this book in the story that you wanted to write about. Well I've been part of the development of technology for a really long time and technology itself was the way that I was able to build a life for myself like I think in a whole bunch of ways like it really saved me as a as a kid. It was the thing that I latched onto that help. Give me something productive to do with all of the energy that I had like. I just got really lucky. That personal computing was emerging. Right at the time. That you know is Preteen I was just trying to figure out what to do with myself and I got hooked in it has served as a platform for me for building a career and for doing a whole bunch of things that I think have been helpful to other people in at least some small way is and when I look at the state of technology right now like we have never had a more powerful platform in terms of Technology. So whether it's You know like the set of things that we're using right now to record this podcast. Because we can't be physically proximate with one another. Yeah the amazing networking technology that we have right now. Like computers that let us stay in touch with one another and interact and collaborate. You do really interesting interesting. Things would otherwise be possible but like I have particularly been involved with the development of for the past fifteen years or so so one of the first big projects that I worked on when I left academia to go work in industry was the machine learning thing and I've just sort of watch this technology progress in both power and accessibility and like what I mean in particular by that is power is like what you're able to accomplish with the tools machine learning and accessibility is like who is able to use these tools to create the. It's just been on this incredible curve on both dimensions and I sat down to with you. What is it now? Two and a half years ago when we started this whole process Seems like only yesterday? Yeah it does but you know the thing that I wanted to make sure was that people understood stories of how they could choose to use this technology to help build a better world for themselves and for their communities in this very inclusive way and like I wanted to make sure that there are things about the development of machine learning and its uses that we need to be cautious about but like I want people also feel sort of hopeful about what it is that they can do with these tools. Yeah well the PODCAST is behind the tech and one of the things that I really enjoyed is learning your story. You know from Gladys Virginia to places like Illinois in Europe and in Silicon Valley. So it's a really terrific Story I want to jump into the introduction here and topic on a I in the introduction. You address the question that is on. Everyone's mind which is wind will general artificial general intelligence or Agi. When will it be available win? Will computers the smart is as humans. So I'd like to ask you to read a from the introduction which you address that question okay. Yeah it'd be happy to so even though I have neither the expertise nor the crystal ball to predict exactly when Agi might arrive. I've been involved with modern technology long enough and read enough history to know that we've often underestimated the speed with which futuristic technology suddenly arise. Avon has historically been limited in what it has been able to accomplish by the amount of compute power. We can throw a day our problems and how much time it takes for humans to encode logic and knowledge into Ai Algorithms. We now have enormous amounts of compute power in the cloud and we have enormous databases of digitized human knowledge like Youtube and the kindle bookstore that can be used to train. Ai Systems as their modern. Ai Algorithms absorbed that human intelligence to accomplish your task we imagine for ai powered systems we may achieve what Thomas Kuhn defined as a paradigm shift one which humans will either be in the loop or out which one of these options we reached depends on our actions. Today the story re craft and the principles we assert about what kind of world we want children to live tomorrow. I feel this profound sense of cognitive dissonance. The same thing that can advance humanity can also cause people distress and even harm. This book arises out of a powerful urge outfield to reconcile the two. It is an engineer's tale. Not The musings of philosopher economist or screenwriter as Microsoft chief technology. Do I skin in the game. Of course I do. But also the product of rural America one of the places most vulnerable to the dystopia in story of AI. My values and many of my earliest experiences as a budding engineer occurred in a part of America Rural America. That is most at risk. I left the rural south over two decades ago I for academia and then for Silicon Valley and the tech industry but it by core I am those people rural people and I care about creating future that values them and their resourcefulness. That's great thank you.

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South Koreans breaking quarantine rules to be strapped with electronic tracking wristbands

NPR News Now

00:50 sec | 3 months ago

South Koreans breaking quarantine rules to be strapped with electronic tracking wristbands

"South Korea plans to put wristband tracking devices on residents who violate quarantine rules from. Seoul. Npr's Anthony Kyun reports. The measure is raising concern among human rights advocates. The wrist bands will only be fitted on people who've already violated quarantine in because the government lacks any legal basis for the wristbands. It'll have to get people's permission before strapping them on. The bands will connect the smartphone tracking APPs which people sent into self quarantine are required to download people convicted of violating quarantine. Already face up to a year in jail and fines of more than eight thousand dollars foreign. Violators can be expelled from South Korea. The Korean Bar Association has warned that the wrist bands could violate constitutional rights to privacy freedom of action in control of personal information. Anthony Kuhn NPR news

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Japan declares state of emergency, nearly $1 trillion stimulus for coronavirus

Morning Edition

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Japan declares state of emergency, nearly $1 trillion stimulus for coronavirus

"Tokyo and six other regions in Japan are under a state of emergency because of the corona virus NPR's Anthony Kuhn says prime minister Shinzo Ave announced the step earlier today indicating there will be no sweeping lockdowns there's a historical wariness left over from World War two about giving the government more emergency powers and people are concerned that they will say look we can only request people to stay at home we need more powers and they did indeed tell parliament it should consider giving the government more emergency powers the prime minister also announced a trillion dollar economic rescue package in response to the

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U.S. military puts Korean workers on unpaid leave as talks over costs continue

NPR News Now

00:55 sec | 3 months ago

U.S. military puts Korean workers on unpaid leave as talks over costs continue

"The US military in South Korea has put four thousand Korean employees on unpaid leave. After the two allies. Ron Able to reach a deal on sharing defense costs and PR's Anthony reports from Seoul. That the move is unprecedented in the seventy year. Long Alliance the furloughed employees represented about half of the local workers who keep US military bases in South Korea. Running US Forces Korea Commander General Robert. Abrams said in a statement that the furloughs are not what the US had hoped for. This is an unfortunate day for us. It's unthinkable it's heartbreaking soul says it's narrowed its differences with Washington and a cost. Sharing deal could come soon. A union representing the Korean employees criticized the furloughs which it noted come just days after President Trump urgently requested cove nineteen test kits from South Korea. Anthony Kuhn NPR news soul.

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US Flies 4 Spy Planes over Korean Peninsula

NPR News Now

00:48 sec | 6 months ago

US Flies 4 Spy Planes over Korean Peninsula

"US and South Korean military are watching for signs of potential North Korean provocations nations. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul that it follows threats of a so-called Christmas present made by the North earlier this month south South Korea's Yonhap News Agency quotes aviation tracking services as saying the. US flew four different kinds of surveillance. Planes over and around. The Korean Peninsula Tuesday and Wednesday analysts have cautioned against taking Pyongyang's threat to literally as the north military moves could come in any form at any time. Observers are awaiting a special meeting being of North Korea's ruling Workers Party at an unspecified time before year's end. which could announce a shift towards a more confrontational policy? Such a message could also come in leader. Are Kim Jong. UN's annual New Year's

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Curt Flood set off the free-agent revolution 50 years ago

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:44 sec | 6 months ago

Curt Flood set off the free-agent revolution 50 years ago

"Today's the anniversary of baseball's free agent revolution it was fifty years ago the current flood said I don't want to play for the Phillies here's ABC's Thailand it started with a letter to baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn from center fielder Curt flood in nineteen sixty nine flood was traded from St Louis to Philadelphia flood road after twelve years in the major leagues I do not feel that I am a piece of property to be bought and sold irrespective of my wishes I believe I have the right to consider offers from other clubs before making any decisions in nineteen seventy twos flood versus Q. in the Supreme Court ruled in baseball's favor but in nineteen seventy six the players union celebrated as free agency was born flood died of throat cancer in nineteen ninety seven his widow actors Judy pace said he stepped out of the foxhole for future ball players tied into

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2 K-pop stars convicted of rape and sentenced to prison

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | 7 months ago

2 K-pop stars convicted of rape and sentenced to prison

"Two K. pop stars headed to jail after a high profile trial that involves some of the biggest stars in south Korea's music scene thirty year old junk June young and twenty nine year old Choi John Kuhn were sentenced in Seoul Central District county court two six and five years in prison respectively for gang raping drunk on conscious women the ongoing scandal they're calling it a question K. pop supposedly squeaky clean

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Under U.S. pressure, South Korea holds off ending intelligence pact with Japan

All Things Considered

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Under U.S. pressure, South Korea holds off ending intelligence pact with Japan

"Washington South Korea is backing down from its threat to quit in intelligence sharing agreement with Japan NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul the few between two key allies as alarm the U. Y. es sollen Anstice move just six hours before the pact was due to expire although it said he could still leave the agreement at any time top US officials including secretary of state Mike Pompeii appear to have pressured soul to remain in the pact which the US sees is vital to coordinating the response to nuclear and missile threats from North Korea NPR's Anthony

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Star of India gem heist - October 29, 1940

This Day in History Class

03:47 min | 8 months ago

Star of India gem heist - October 29, 1940

"The day was October twenty ninth nineteen sixty four the star of India a five hundred sixty three point thirty five CARAT SAPPHIRE was stolen from the American Museum of Natural History in New York City along with twenty three other valuable Jim the JP Morgan Hall of Gyms and Minerals at the museum was home to a collection of many notable gyms at the time Joel's the object of mini high after a heist movie called top coupet Jacqueline Murphy decided he could break into Morgan Hall at the American Museum of Natural History and commit his own heist Murphy also known as Murph the surf teamed up with Roger Clark Allendale coup to Steal Jim on the night of October Twenty Ninth Nineteen Sixty Four Clark drove up to the back of the museum with Kuhn and Murphy and a Cadillac Kuhnen Murphy Climb Defense ascended fire escape and used a rope to swing into a fourth floor window at the museum the windows were not connected to an alarm system and the museum has stop putting a guard in the gym room. The thieves used a glass cutter a squeegee they got from an employee's locker and duct tape to break into three display cases collect the gems they skipped over one display case that contained sapphires but they took plenty of expensive gems including the Star of India. the delong star Ruby the Shetler Emerald and the midnight star a one hundred and sixteen carat black sapphire the case the Sapphire was in was protected it by an alarm let the batteries were did the next day coon Murphy left New York on a flight to Miami with a nineteen year old named Janet Floor Cuevas as the thieves were on their way to Miami a museum guard discovered that the gyms had been stolen and called the police the stolen gems were valued at four hundred ten thousand dollars but none of them were insured since premiums were high in a press conference the Museum director pinned the bad security on budget it it only took two days for detectives to track the thieves down detectives got tips that led them to Cambridgehouse hotel where the thieves were staying in hosting parties in Their Hotel suite detectives found sneakers with glass in them photos of museums looks about precious stones and burglary tools one of the detectives stayed in the hotel suite overnight and when Clark returns the next morning he was arrested Murphy coon were soon arrested in Miami but the police did not I find the hidden gems the pair were extradited to New York facing charges first degree burglary and possession of burglary tools the public impress largely treated them like celebrities but law enforcement still needed to find the jam Assistant District Attorney Maurice Net Jari agreed to take roles into aquamarine but the delong star Ruby wasn't recovered until September of nineteen sixty five in nineteen sixty five Kuhn earthy and Clark pled guilty to burglary and grand larceny and we're all sentenced to three years at rikers island. New York's American Museum of Natural History a little more about history today than you do yesterday

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How Are Maine Coons Different From Other Cats?

BrainStuff

03:30 min | 10 months ago

How Are Maine Coons Different From Other Cats?

"Friendly intelligent and huge. Maine coon's are rugged longhaired cat breed. That's become a favourite of Phelan fans everywhere from the breeds mysterious origins to its oddly dog like behavior Maine coon's. Aren't your average everyday house cats first off. They're the largest of all domesticated cat breeds. They gain as much as two pounds. That's about a kilogram per month during their growing cycle which ends at about four years of age which which is more than quadruple the maturity time of other breeds well most adult cats way about seven pounds. That's around three kilos. Maine coon male cats tip the scales up to twenty five pounds or eleven kilos females typically weigh in at about twenty pounds or nine kilos. Maine coon's are also some of the world's longest domesticated. It'd cats in terms of physical link as well as in terms of time since domestication both male and female. Maine coon's typically reach up to forty inches. That's a meter for in length from their noses to the tips of their bushy tails and although the main coon is often regarded as America's first domesticated breed. It's ancestry is shrouded in mystery jury advances in genetic testing could help identify the Maine coon's ancient relatives which may have accompanied the Vikings on their exploratory voyages. There is one origin story you however that may have resulted in the breed's distinctive name Captain Charles Kuhn kept longhaired cats on board when he sailed from England to New England ports during the late seventeenth seventeen in early eighteen hundreds legend has it that when Kuhn anchored his ship in New England ports his cats would slip away to mate with local felines although it is is steeped in speculation this long-standing folk story purports that these long haired Kitten or referred to as coon's cats the Maine coon's origins may be Murky Erkki but its future looks clear in nineteen eighty-five the main coon was declared the official state cat of Maine and as twenty eighteen the main coon was the fifth most popular breed in the United States a Maine coon even had a pivotal role in the Harry Potter films as Mrs Norris The pet cat of Custodian Mr Filch her claim to fame besides starring starring in one of the hottest film franchises of all time was stopping on command as she paced the halls of hogwarts. Many Maine coon's can be trained the way that you train a dog this intelligent and eager to please breed exhibits a few doglike tendencies such as following their owners between rooms and the capacity to and interested in responding well to training with the assistance of training techniques like using a clicker that makes a clip indistinct sound followed by treats. A Maine coon's behavior can be harnessed though despite popular perceptions options just about any cat can be trained using these tools if you keep at it and that training can help keep house cats stimulated satisfied and physically fit. Most cats have an aversion to getting wet but not so Maine coon's equipped with water resistant for these be lines. Don't mind taking a bath are known for joining humans in the shower the even go for a swim for example tizzy a five year old. Maine coon from Pennsylvania made headlines for taking laps in her family's swimming pool something she likes to do on a regular racists during the summer months and in two thousand and four a Maine coon named a little nicky became the first pet animal to be cloned commercially after Little Nicky died at the age of seventeen his Dallas. Area owner paid fifty thousand dollars to have little nicky's. DNA transplanted into an egg cell. A surrogate mother cat carried the embryo and Walla a kitten similar in appearance and personality too Little

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 North Korea says Kim received 'excellent' letter from Trump

Weekend Edition Sunday

00:50 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea says Kim received 'excellent' letter from Trump

"The White House has confirmed that President Trump has sent a letter to North Korean leader. Kim Jong on the contents of the letter remain unclear but North Korea's state run news agency says Kim is seriously. Contemplating it, it's NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul, the Korean Central News agency, reports that Kim remarked with quote satisfaction. The letter is of excellent content, unquote. Kim praise Trump's courage and political judgment and said he would quote, seriously contemplate the interesting content unquote state media ran pictures of Kim seated at his desk and bookshelf line study looking intently, at what appears to be Trump's letter. The report made no mention of what it said or how, or when it was delivered talks between the US and North Korea remain stalled, but diplomacy seems to be picking up Chinese leader siege in paying met with Kim last week and Trump will meet with she this

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Cambodia building collapse: Rescue efforts continue as toll rises

Snap Judgment

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Cambodia building collapse: Rescue efforts continue as toll rises

"In Cambodia a building under construction at a beach resort has collapsed, killing at least seven people NPR's Anthony Kuhn, quartz rescuers are searching for others in the rubble. The building was a seven storey condominium in the beach town of Sihanoukville, the structure was nearly finished when it collapsed early, Saturday morning, the causes of the collapse is still under investigation. Chinese investors rented the land from Cambodian national, and police have detained one Chinese national for questioning in connection with the case Sihanoukville Cambodia's only deepwater port and China is Cambodia's, biggest foreign investor Chinese invested casinos and resorts had fuelled rapid economic growth in Sihanoukville. But have also left some locals angry at land grabs in rapidly rising

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 7 workers dead, 21 injured in Cambodia building collapse

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

7 workers dead, 21 injured in Cambodia building collapse

"To Cambodia now we're a building at a beach resort collapsed, while under construction Lee seven workers have been killed more than a dozen injured in Pierce, Anthony Kuhn reports the death toll could rise as rescue research for others buried beneath the rubble. The building was a seven storey condominium, and the beach town of Sihanoukville, the structure was nearly finished when it collapsed early, Saturday morning, the causes of the collapse is still under investigation. Chinese investors rented the land from Cambodian national, and police have detained one Chinese national for questioning in connection with the case Sihanoukville Cambodia's only deepwater port and China is Cambodia's, biggest foreign investor Chinese invested casinos and resorts have fueled rapid economic growth in Sihanoukville, but have also left some locals angry at land, grabs. And rapidly rising

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 North Korea's Kim meets China's Xi, says awaiting US actions

Forum

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

North Korea's Kim meets China's Xi, says awaiting US actions

"The administration may be closely watching a two day summit between China's president Xi Jinping and Kim Jong UN North Korea NPR's, Anthony Kuhn, is solely says it's a fifth meeting between the two but the first and fourteen years for Chinese leader in Pyongyang Xi Jinping meeting with Kim Jong UN this week. And President Trump at the end of this month at the G twenty summit in Japan. This allows she to play the role of broker in perhaps deliver some sort of message from Kim to Trump. This could give she some extra bargaining power when he and Trump discussed the ongoing U S, China

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Fetching Liquid Gold Prices, Maple Syrup Attracts Big Business to Vermont

Business Wars Daily

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Fetching Liquid Gold Prices, Maple Syrup Attracts Big Business to Vermont

"The business wars daily is brought to you by Staples work is changing, but Staples is changing right along with it. The new Staples delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change. From wondering, I'm David Brown, and this is business worse daily. Happy Friday, everyone if you visit the website of remind maple syrup producer, the maple Gill, you'll read, what looks like a joke. So a chef a chemist and a Wall Street defector walk into a bar it begins. Well, in fact, the leaders of the maple guild, which launched in twenty thirteen are completely serious. Unlike the homegrown syrup producers that have populated the crap since the eighteen hundreds, the maple guild is run by someone from Wall Street, founder, Bob Sol as an executive with fiero. Comex Montreal private equity company that acquired the company two years ago from its base on twenty four thousand acres of Vermont woods, the guild has set it sights on becoming Vermont's biggest organic maple syrup producer. It has a good start. It owns more maple trees than any other. Single producer in the world in doing so it's challenging the powerful federation of Quebec maple syrup producers, that organization union more than thirteen thousand independent producers sells seventy percent of all the maple syrup purchased worldwide as a legal cartel regulated by the Canadian government. The federation sets syrup prices last year a barrel of syrup was worth twelve hundred dollars. That's eighteen times, the twenty eighteen value of crude oil as Vermont public radio said last year maple syrup is liquid gold. No surprise, then that challenger with roots in Wall Street would see an opportunity in the Vermont woods. A chance to break the whole federation has on our taste buds, and our wallets, the rivalry between the maple guild and the federation is such big business that it attracted the attention of none. Other than Bloomberg, which is typically more interested in Microsoft and Maserati than maple syrup. One reason why the maple guild can entertain such huge ambitions is the technology is come to the old fashioned industry maple. Gill sap, steamer can turn twenty two hundred gallons of sap into fifty five gallons of syrup in fewer than ninety seconds. Bloomberg reports in a traditional sugarhouse that same process can take hours even days because of new production techniques maple syrup output tripled between two thousand two and seventeen. Even as climate change was shortening the sugaring season, and making it far less predictable still the maple producers will keep pumping out as much syrup as they can feeding our insatiable desire for the stuff sales are growing fast as consumers look to replace white sugar with natural sweeteners as a result maple syrup is turning up in just about everything from yogurt. Energy drinks to coffee and beer as it taps into this growing market. But maple guild isn't just fighting the federation, it's also scrapping with two large decades-old, Vermont syrup producers butter not farms and Kuhn's family farms, like the Canadian maple cartel. You can bet that neither of them will go down without making things very sticky for the upstart maple guild. For I'm wondering this is business wars, daily this week's episodes will ridden, edited and produced by Elaine Appleton grand edited, and produced by Emma Cortlandt are executive producers, marshal Louis created by or non Lopez or wondering, I'm David Brown. We'll see next week. Businessworld daily is brought to you by Staples. The world of work is changing faster than ever before a week ago open floor plans were in. Now, they're out the pace of our volving work lives can feel overwhelming, but Staples can help not the old Staples. But a new Staples that delivers solutions to help your team be more connected productive, and inspired work may be constantly changing. But Staples is changing right along with it to support you. Learn more at Staples dot com slash change.

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 Pentagon tells White House to stop politicizing military

The New Yorker Radio Hour

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Pentagon tells White House to stop politicizing military

"The Pentagon is rejecting political interference in the US. Military is Anthony Kuhn reports acting Defense Secretary. Patrick Shanahan has had that message delivered directly to the White House. Pentagon spokesman Lieutenant Colonel job, chino said, the secretary Shanahan directed his chief of staff to inform the White House that the department of defense will not be politicized. This follows reports that the White House instructed that Japan based US seventh fleet to get the destroyer USS John McCain out of sight during visit there last week by President Trump Shanahan said he had reviewed the facts of the incident and is not planning a formal investigation into it. He also said he had spoken with the widow of the late Senator McCain about the incident he did not

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"kuhn" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"kuhn" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"With the Kuhn's cooking our and before we do anything today in what you to all understand this, you and Joe, of course, a member of the military as well. We salute everyone for their service but to those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in Joe. Of course in I pretty close chronologically as far as age Korean war. Vietnam Persian Gulf Desert Storm people. Sadly still dying in Afghanistan. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all into those who have lost friends and family in a war over the last whatever one hundred years, our thoughts and prayers go out to you at this very special weekend. So now that we did that we can talk about getting together and celebrating some great grilling tips on that Webber grill and some Oriel, damn picnic ideas. But we want everyone to know that we will always be thinking about what this holiday is about more than anything, right? Joe this the military you know, that's the basis for it. But. It's. Set up your cemeteries for the year two. To, to decorate them to fresh flowers on them. And so forth has always been the tradition. And then the fact that it's a holiday you take advantage of it to the picnic, the party to. To enjoy the day off with your with your family. Your friends. That's what we're talking about today. More so than the than the, the reasons behind it the house, how to celebrate the holiday, and to let everyone know all of the Kuhn's markets will be open tomorrow until seven pm tomorrow night's we wanted to make sure we stress that now listen. I thought I want to do something a little bit different now. We will talk about all your picnic treats, and appetizers and snacks, and, you know, things that you do your desserts. But it really does when you think picnic, you think grilling, okay? You think about getting a grill out and you think about getting some Kingsford charcoal at Kuhn's market in those hamburger, patties ready to go and some steaks, and chicken and fish, all the stuff that we have at the Kuhn's markets in this region for you folks. But I want to focus on your favorite thing. I mean you can talk about the other stuff too, but your favorite thing to grill in. According to the experts, they say the big four are beef chicken, pork and fish show. Those four ladies and gentlemen, we always love hearing from some new people for the first time they would be new people you hear him for the first time, right? Eight six. Six hundred ten twenty. What are those those for your favor to grill and why? And maybe some tips on how you do it all four of our lines are open actually fun. Yeah. Car producer is waiting. Your phone call in someone's going to take home of twenty five dollar gift certificate before the hours up Franks the expert here was spatula in hand. So Frank out of those four things that we need to know in the difference when it comes to grilling them, and obviously, from gas grills to charcoal grills, but beef chicken, pork and fish. Well, it's just paying attention to what you're cooking. So if you're cooking beef, you're gonna you want to see her at most of them. You don't wanna see you're on the outside. It's and you put up a heat up the grill real hot, you closed the lead when he turned after you turn it on or light it like charcoal. Put the cover back on it, and let it get good ice, hot temperature onto that girl onto that grow, and then go ahead and put your stuff on it'll sear it, you can put a little bit of all I put the olive oil or any type of oil, just on the outside of the product itself, and that keeps it from from from sticking. Plus, if you're. Searing at that high. You're not going to have too much of a problem of, of sticking unless you have something like anything, the sugar base or something, like adds up. But you're putting on just regular season of a problem, so and then paying attention to your marveling of the product. So if you're going with, with a beef, okay k-k-keeping at that, at that higher temperature union back off going direct. If you don't wanna overcook, it, something like that, when you go into the pork, you're going into a leaner product, you want to make sure that you go more slow and low, and you're gonna cook to medium medium wellm at the most but that lower temperature keeps it from from getting tough. So, you know, when you get that leaner, you don't have the beauty of the marveling, what marveling really is, is the fat through it, and you see this thing marble, and if you have the marveling there that, that, that melts out, and it leaves it more tender naturally. Well, if you don't have that marveling. You have nothing nothing the tender. Is it like that? So you need to keep it lower than us enemy. If you want to introduce marinades citrus base marinades vinegar. A type of vinegar in there to break down the middle little bit to, to make like that chicken chicken's and easy, one just making sure it's not sticking. That's about that's about it. You can keep it a higher. Temperature breast skinless breasts a little more little harder because they actually these days, ten being thicker, too. So just making sure you don't go as high as a beef turned down a little bit. But close close the lid because you want to make sure that you cook, it more like an Auburn. All right. All right. So Joe some thoughts about that. And then we'll take a break and get to your calls, so out of beef chicken pork, fish. What are your.

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"kuhn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"kuhn" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NPR's, Anthony Kuhn reports from Seoul on North Korea's dilemma. Physicial on North Korean state television or KC TV that brings soldiers news from their hometowns. We'll give you three. Kelly in an episode last September. The show's anchor is interrupted by an announcer with an urgent update something that normally does not happen on North Korean television. Pumpkins. Incomes on Doug, Doug. Look, he says, another piece of news from our families on the home front, just in from console steel factory. Soldiers from we'll be happy to hear that the anchor replies. The anchors fresh-faced their tires business, casual and their dialogue is chatty. The update is from a soldier's father at the steel factory. He tells this show that workers. There are so ideologically fired up. They can beat their factories production targets by fifty percent. John, hey song is a former KC TV reporter who defected to South Korea in the nineteen ninety s he says North Korea's leaders are not overhauling their propaganda apparatus. They're just tinkering with it real nail. I will they know that they can't go on with the old ways of propaganda, and itemizing leaders, but they have no choice because if they admit their failings, the regime could collapse in recent months. Kim Jong UN is instructed his propagandists to stop building myths around the country's leadership. Authorities have called for fact-based. Propaganda that does not underestimate people's intelligence behind these statements analysts say.

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"kuhn" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

The Ezra Klein Show

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"kuhn" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show

"But you know, you have Hans Kuhn already Lou back all these figures who sort of created the Second Vatican Council in than argued about it. And then you flash forward fifty years. And when I look at the debates about pope Francis. It's you know, a bunch of journalists squabbling with each other, right? You know, sort of punt pundits and half. Ax arguing about the future of Catholicism. And you know, I'm I'm one of them so nothing against them. But there's there's clearly been some sort of decline in the caliber of people who I think are drawn to these traditions in certain ways, maybe precisely because the traditions just seemed consumed with arguing internally about what to do next. I think there's a a pretty revealing area of agreement here on the right in the left about the role of capitalism in all of this mean, you have really smart thoughtful people on the right political theorists like Patrick deneen who more or less argued that consumerism neoliberalism the global hyper competitive marketplace. I mean, these these of the primary forces that have individualized our culture that have exploded communities in really undercut Christianity as much as anything else. Yeah. Yeah. But I think there's a danger in being sort of over inevitable est about some of this stuff. Right. I mean, again, like, you know, if you look at what I was talking about earlier, right? The industrial revolution. Right. This tremendous period of capitalism, driven social change institutional. Christianity suffers in many ways during that period, but churches, also fide ways to adapt. You know, the nineteenth century is a period of awakenings in the US. It's a period ultimately of sort of recovery and seeming resilience for Catholicism, and you know, you can see similar things in other parts of the world today. Right. That you know, as China has become more capitalist. For instance, it has also become more Christian as Africa has become more developed this also become more Christian. So I think it's it's you don't wanna say, oh, it's just capitalism per se..

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"kuhn" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

The Diane Rehm Show

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"kuhn" Discussed on The Diane Rehm Show

"We're back here is the conversation with Barbara Kuhn Lee. Her new book is titled then they're strong. Putting your priority is first at life's end one issue that is a in the eater to discuss. But was an issue a step too far for our agains right to die law or any the other medical aid in dying matter what they're cold in the six, others states. Plus the district of Columbia, do not speak about Alzheimer's, where do you think that discussion is going methylated dying is hard to apply to people with Alzheimer's because it's hard to imagine to living a life ending medication to someone who doesn't know that they're taking it or doesn't even isn't even capable of taking it. So I don't think the American people are likely to adopt policy like that in the near future. But I would say this the fact that medical aid in dying does not apply to people with dementia. Alzheimer's and other dementias is not the real problem. The real problem is all the things we currently do to delay the natural process of dying. That is Alzheimer's that is dementia. This book finish strong. Does speak honestly and openly about how one might make a plan to escape dementia. Not endured mention not cope with dementia, but escape it if a threshold of unacceptable deterioration is approaching and there are so many ways to invite an intended death without resorting to some lethal medication. That is delivered by a third party as I said most people with advanced dementia have some kind of invasive procedure to keep them alive. Very likely not something they would have chosen, but long before that we are not allowing nature take its course, if there's an infection, we treat it if there's an ammonia retreat, it if the appetite has gone, we force feed if people aren't. Drinking and they're becoming dehydrated we start IV's, and we rehydrate them. We spend years sustaining the bodily functions that would normally decline and stop altogether. If we were to allow the natural course of the disease to run its course..

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"kuhn" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"kuhn" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Back in with you on the rich Eisen show. I might Keller joined by thirteen year NFL veteran running back, John Kuhn. You know? I didn't ever revisit your punter conversation from earlier in the show today. I I asked John if you're just joining us, I asked John Kuhn earlier today on the rich Eisen show. I said if you could go back to your twenty two year old self and say, okay, you can either have I'm going to change the whole scenario because John spent thirteen years in the National Football League. But if I told you at twenty two that you get four years in the league is running back or fifteen years in the league as a punter. John said he would taken the job is the punter and I'm I'm just I'm a little am. I wrong. I don't want. I'm sticking by four years doesn't even get you to your second contract. And I said, you know. A big portion of this is money. Don't get I didn't even make my second contract as a running back. I barely got vested. As a veteran with four years. In fact, I don't even get some of the benefits for years. So yeah, I'm going to need at least eight nine ten at running back to to choose that over fifteen as punter. So we're on the same side of the argument where or punters are people too. Right. So even if you're a punter in an NFL locker room, you're actually on the team, you're considered a teammate. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I mean, I I'm not listen I can't punt. But if I if I was specialized to the point where that's what I was good at is kicking a ball one hundred feet in the air, travelling seventy yards and making it hang for five six seconds. Then then. Yeah, let me do that. I mean, it is still a sport. It is still athletic to kick a football. So, hey, I don't, you know, the one area I was just with the university of Wisconsin football coach Paul Chryst at an event last week, and they did their recruiting video one of the one of the recruited signed scholarship players is a long snapper from San Diego. And and I don't I don't think people know that actually recruit long snappers, and that's that's a specialized ability in the NFL too. Isn't it or? Yes, it is. And in fact, they just created a long snapper award for college. It's the Patrick Manley award in case people were wondering and. The great long, snapper. Patch? Manley who I think got fifteen years in the NFL for one organization. So he made it happen at a specialist position. And now they have an award in college football named after him. Yes. So okay. Now, I'm going to bring it back full circle to have a little light hearted conversation where the league is concerned..

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"kuhn" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"kuhn" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Sports brought to you by kuhn's quality foods to the pitch tomorrow tei lines is to deep left field going back as hoskins toward the wall it is gone number ten to nothing pirates in the third buck goes got off to a good start greg brown with a call 937 the fan but after nine innings they lose to the phillies three to jameson town gave up three earned runs in suffered the loss today their host the phillies at pnc park one thirty five first pitch nick kingham gets the start you can hear it of course on 937 the fan england is headed to the semifinals for the first time at the world cup since one thousand nine hundred following their nothing win over sweden england's only world cup championship came in nineteen sixty six with a four two win over west germany host russia is out losing on an ivan reg kebich penalty shot croatia will now face england wednesday in their semifinal round tuesday semifinals it's france and belgium eric jones got the checkered flag at the daytona international motor speedway yesterday at the coke zero sugar four hundred martin true xjunior finished second in aj almond dinger finished third kelly kraft and harold darnold third are at fourteen and tied for the lead at the military tribute at the greenbrier this week's pga tour stop in white sulphur springs west virginia kevin exander schaaf layer one shot back and bubba watson is in a group tied for third at eleven under raphael and our novak djokovic both advanced at wimbledon yesterday big news on the women's side simona halep was also while angrily gerber one in straightsets details throughout the morning kuhn's quality foods sports and we talk about everything on the coups market black and gold sunday show at eleven am rob pratt katie k a radio sports the police officer stop him because they just enjoyed talking to him these beard is experienced more than a lesser man's entire body wants to magician you've heard me he is the most interesting man in radio i sense there is only one place i like to come to talk in the morning it is more interesting than i am this is newsradio ten twenty all right right out of motive text line i respect the office rob trump has no respect for anyone who does not praise him well you know here we go again it's just we can't stay on course when it comes to politics tom what about the polarization of america and the political aspect of the president at least make an argument on why people should consider respecting the man for the job he's done politically in office forget about all of this soap operas stuff all the sensationalism grocery stores journalism those those newspaper rags if people have been buying for years talk about the political aspect of this president and why people should be at least giving him a an opportunity to continue to shine again.

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"kuhn" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kuhn" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Do you think that's here's go seven i don i don't think they're winning game five that's for sure then they win game six at home completely with the energy that's be what that we believe that's ron to be crowd the warriors for game five a google i foot don't pa see coin i'll wash in kuhn's all can right steal you got game five tales but are certainly tales the it raptors yeah is have all been right so i worse presupposed than they yeah were on the okay regular that the season warriors all in right are the going so wizard to we win agree seven the series that better they're tell going me than to you win they agree were the series in the regular on that deputy she's i that's being a really said basic thing to say but do you know what the the the raft the there's question really that ever base miss talking about vanfleet it is they do did you we'll schorr get done watching the pella pelicans vom out the blazers and think they can put the fear god in the warriors and or beat them.

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"kuhn" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"kuhn" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Your career best is luke kuhn are few who prepared for you know his thought to a room not too overwhelming i i read somewhere is true that you a couple of your seen st meter renting a house the lear you you you we were in the house he though what is that like it's cool you know me mark ingram kale jor new might tomasulo y'all got who will house so disheartening joy of the company shell what's it like to be now if the pepsi rookie of the year here with coupled no other big names you came into league here with obviously christian mccaffrey korean leonard four ned marshon lattimore scrape company earlier definitely great company and especially a definitely ought to be an in a runaway motsy may marsha you know another great player and then a class a running back it we note this historic low me kristen leonard in caribbean order it means a lot to be running for that is now is a painful to come back in a minnesota the way your guy season ended i may not really you know uh the future is bright year is definitely bright amir of course we would like to get that win but it is what it is you know it's football it's a beautiful sport sometimes ugly you get sued into the stigma should you guys feel you'll be even more motivated because of the way the season answer presser i think i think it's a lotta hungry people on his team ready to get back to to to work and get back macaroni to have you spoken to mark is williams air marcus is okay markers will be faunal talk to them after the game gay seems like he has had entree obviously i would assume you guys are closed coming into league together markets as fire who does back he's a great player if he if he if he wasn't a good player will it will be a different conversation so when you first start your rookie year adrian peterson is a part of the saints had the backfield then obviously you know he gets traded you really just burst on the scene with ingram was adrian peterson a mentor early or you know did his clearing really kind of open things up for you and you felt like maybe you had the freedom now to become the.

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"kuhn" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"kuhn" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

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"kuhn" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"kuhn" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"You jio mom one flag dad we always do meanwhile not sayed whisky in the filming hey luke kuhn on no mm me jio mm and.

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"kuhn" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"kuhn" Discussed on WLOB

"The best for holidays 450 firm in lewis then okay i don't think this is a need if american i think it's the way their wording things english is not their first language but it sounds like it's like a dog well komo's could be well komo's name will lose it could be a uh colleague managing a main kuhn cat could be main kuhn cat could be what is a a shitsu i mean i dunno well let's say that on the air it's not a it's not a palm abhu or um a jack uh who were now we're focused read you add have someone read it to you and see if it makes sense a we know that this is obviously an animal unless you named your kid moves on i so keep that in mind uncle henry's is a great and venue force for buying and selling swapping enter aden it's just you know the magazine will help you but help the magazine put in more of what it's not like you can charge by the word yeah exactly all right all right as we go through today we want to thank some people who have joined us over the years um the down his dickering crew of course tony in do 'tinman speedy i can't even name all turtle others they all showed up at one time or another and we had the bring back down each dickering crew here a few more than once they were always here to help with any any fund raisers jae jerry land good they became great friends of mine and yet i also mikey sent us a christmas card for the picture matt mike thank you mrs calorie him and his wheelchair that you guys arranged for him he gets yup they they were here many times and you know we got to thank him for all the help he gave us without fund raisers i mean we we we raised a lot for a couple of causes and he never said no we always announced it on the show and that was always very however knows gave us great blair to to to do almost well we water we want to derail whereas very very good y'all really thanks to everybody i am had some fun people come in all right in a two thousand into.

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"kuhn" Discussed on Today's KCCR

Today's KCCR

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"kuhn" Discussed on Today's KCCR

"The south dakota state lottery weather weather center i'm paul probably at the dais casey cr right now four lcd nick cave charlie hunnam luke kuhn letter go his way better jon heyman earnings it's old kazakh girls to europe yes russian one for all of this damon albarn them two very good them.

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"kuhn" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

Wash FM 97.1

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"kuhn" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1

"Kuhn uh lou putin come in today abroad the very wide fillon luke who's your bed had goal logistical do over these two good girl who would get this deep moi's uh there's a party you the does love it i know you like those big part that comes with it but come on we are ninety seven point whitewash fm by way 5 o'clock malaysia dzhumber twenty yeah i just this thing heavy outta nowhere israel saturday night all the senate start feel bad but where is the last time you guys sick like paul with lava gog mentally yeah and that turned into bronchitis you lost your voice altogether do you sense that this is potentially going down that hoping not i hope he not but anyway hey sensor of a cool head for i'm saying it sounds good buried very cats we do have a code orange air quality alerts for today it's going to be sunny hot and humid with a high near 90 partly cloudy tonight seventy i can't believe this can be ninety this is crazy and for tomorrow cloudy and cooler high 83 and guess course next week will have i'm done with perry next week we'll have snow there is no snow in the forecast mostly clouded to partly cloudy and 72 now and leases got any extra lozenges you can share with me now authorized there are yeah i i was wish he made sell those in that little market thing northern hitch enough manning cosco size bag of ancona in the office upbringing or takes doohan's the caring yes okay will not much to say about the beltway except for maryland outer loop there's lingering roadwork heading for georgia avenue in connecticut avenue they're pulling the.

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"kuhn" Discussed on WCTC

WCTC

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"kuhn" Discussed on WCTC

"Of course i do well within why all the ball will these are tears of joy think you get carried away like kuhn maybe i'm a better catch than i thought i would now what's your news chicken oh nothing else really not important than linger would tell me chicken how strikes how your job all right working hours have been reduced in what were vacations and holidays i hardly feel i'm working at all can you really right with your boss don't you that guy would probably be lost without you that gives me an idea i think i will go down there and tell him we got married and maybe you'll give you read you know i've never heard the throwing a few hints personally you can't do that why not chicken jared i'm the only one he gives personal with okay chicken it's your job and i'm not going to tell you how to all of them but don't think that you're going to be carrying the ball by yourself we get married and working on a deal that will set the world on fire what is it all seat today the problem in television is that the husband wants to watch the wrestling matches but the uae wants to watch the fashion show so am trying to sell a program in which gorgeous george will russell had ecomog you've got so many wonderful ideas how by going out with me and looking for a little sparkle liver oh no ally i have a headache you go without chicken and nobody at what i told you about hidden cried for that raise the later i'm a dairy i guess say nearby friend what did he do to make you cry honey slot yet i deceived him poor get i'd be like other women at least wait until after where married i understand uema amber are got fired then bought is make me sick the ones you can't stand are always making passes.

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"kuhn" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"kuhn" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Well that's been a question that has been a worked on for a long time and that sort of one of the findings of this papers to help us understand what mechanisms are at play and so you need to be able to come up with a way that you can accelerate gas away from the surface of the sants have against the sons gravity and the same time you need to be able to heat the gas and speaks used the reason that spit use a so interesting and an important for the sun is that they seem to be a way by which you can send hot gas into the atmosphere of the sun and do things like heat the corona to the millions of degrees that you mentioned and supply the mass for the solar wind and what this paper has done is to be able to say well actually there's a particular eve lucien of magnetic field in the books at the bottom of the speak use the kuhn store tension and released tension in the magnetic field so much lamach metric groups like with like a guitar string has attention and when he released thoughts you can accelerate the past market light sort of like a slingshot effect oh we say an and waited we really know much about this before i the sun while we're told not to look at it directly outweigh so i imagine it must be quite hard to study it is hard to study and it's hard particularly in this layer of the sun's atmosphere low it down and that's because the physics that is incredibly complex and it's interesting to me because the upper atmosphere this on the karine a we focused on for a long time.

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"kuhn" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"kuhn" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Well that's been a question that has been a worked on for a long time and that sort of one of the findings of this papers to help us understand what mechanisms are at play and so you need to be able to come up with a way that you can accelerate gas away from the surface of the sants have against the sons gravity and the same time you need to be able to heat the gas and speaks used the reason that spit use a so interesting and an important for the sun is that they seem to be a way by which you can send hot gas into the atmosphere of the sun and do things like heat the corona to the millions of degrees that you mentioned and supply the mass for the solar wind and what this paper has done is to be able to say well actually there's a particular eve lucien of magnetic field in the books at the bottom of the speak use the kuhn store tension and released tension in the magnetic field so much lamach metric groups like with like a guitar string has attention and when he released thoughts you can accelerate the past market light sort of like a slingshot effect oh we say an and waited we really know much about this before i the sun while we're told not to look at it directly outweigh so i imagine it must be quite hard to study it is hard to study and it's hard particularly in this layer of the sun's atmosphere low it down and that's because the physics that is incredibly complex and it's interesting to me because the upper atmosphere this on the karine a we focused on for a long time.

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"kuhn" Discussed on The Vulture TV Podcast

The Vulture TV Podcast

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"kuhn" Discussed on The Vulture TV Podcast

"I think cycling back to your initial question riches like perfect strangers is there any better title for like one of the grander thematic ideas that underlines the kevin in nora of it all um you know and so it just felt like it was on theme and it also because kevin senior basically reenters you know the stage at the end of that episode that starts with the perfect strangers theme song and and kevin senior was introduced it and kevin senior was the one who introduced as the idea in the first place it feels earned now it feels like it's not an arbitrary qc thing we're doing it feels like it's locking into the larger narrative of the puzzle we're trying to put together even though we don't know what the picture on the front of the box looks like quite yet and uh so that was a that was the thinking well i was gonna ask you know just in terms of actors on this show like how much that determines the types of stories that you're writing for them for example you have someone like carry kuhn who is an incredible actress and she okay like the end the end of the first episode the season you know we end on a note where she feels like she's kind of a driving force of the season in certain ways which he always in your mind a character who is going to be such a prominent character or did having someone like carry kuhn and as someone who's able to communicate so much to that kind of determine how much you um you expanded a role like that for example.

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