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"lanza" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The Lanza tax CEO Jennifer Hogarth now speaking to me earlier this week in Abu Dhabi had fit a microbrewery onto your manufacturing plant and decarbonize on Bloomberg. The only way to start the morning is with optimism. Dodge recovery was sluggish. A lot of people agree on that. Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene, Jonathan farrow and Lisa Abramovich. Finally, we got some Abramovich gloom to get in there. The ultimate south signal might be at least a capitulate. Bloomberg surveillance. Must watch. Lisa, your data point, go. Tom, you're great. Never changed. Weekday mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television. There are a lot of ways to look at the world right now. Interesting that you've got an overweight on Hong Kong. And the more of them you can access, the better. What has to be his strategy? Perspective. Who's doing school best? Clarity. How do we get it so that the benefits get to everybody? Expertise. He seems to have exactly the right combination. It's character plus policy. Bloomberg radio, the Bloomberg business app and Bloomberg radio dot com. Bloomberg, the world is listening. Economics. All this doom gloom is out there finding. Do you see this as a technical correction investment? What are you looking at to give you some sort of compass through this period? The Bloomberg surveillance podcast. Lots and lots of talk about what the fed should and shouldn't do. Jonathan Ferrell, Lisa Abraham, and the names that shaped the world's markets. We speak with professor schiller of Yale University. Bloomberg surveillance. Listen today at Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business app or subscribe on Apple podcasts. The Bank of England has
Jeff James: The Benefit of Reconfiguring a School Lobby
"Great Something as simple as configuring your lobby so that you have a captured entrance So if somebody gets through that first door say the person who's giving admittance is the secretary right Somebody pushes the button and says hey I'm here to pick up my kid They come through that first door And at that point the secretary sees something untoward That way they're trapped in there They would need to be granted access through that second door before they could gain entry to the building And look they can shoot through the glass and walk through like Lanza did it at sandy hook But what that does is buy some time And the other thing I advocate in all schools I coordinate security with is anyone in your school district should be able to call a lockdown I don't care if it's a maintenance guy if it's a secretary if it's a superintendent They should have a mechanism in place where if your maintenance guy sees a guy walking across your parking lot with a rifle he should be able to hit a button on his phone or get to a hard button or something and let everybody know to lock down right now Because if that secretary sees it but she has no mechanism to fix the problem then it's still that it's still a failure So yeah there are some cost low cost solutions that are sustainable that can be put in place And look you get it We talked about armored glasses heavy and it's hard and it's extremely expensive but it doesn't need to be all that There are other mitigations you could other things you could put in place that are almost cost free And the biggest one is training And you've heard me hit this button before It has to be a consistent constant thing that you're doing in your district several times a year to train your people to say not only this is what we're looking for if we see a guy with a gun But this is what we're looking for in behaviors Now people don't just snap In every one of these school shootings what always comes out their social media that they glorified Hitler that they glorified Columbine There is a clear pattern of behavior that leads people to the path toward violence that if you know what you're looking for it's easy to see
"lanza" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Free hosts who know the markets and the economy Lisa you're not embarrassed I mean Abraham Lincoln is not embarrassed Like I carried away Almost as well as they know each other Tom's a little tired He slept on my cash flows Thanks John Got a few athletes Bloomberg surveillance with Tom Keene Jonathan farrow and Lisa Ronald You think the bank is one high race Lisa Do you think this guy occasionally is blue We did mornings at 7 eastern on Bloomberg radio and Bloomberg television This is bounce of power on Bloomberg television and radio I'm David Weston We've always wanted to keep one eye on the markets and how they are reacting to some of the geopolitical issues that we cover here We're just talked actually with Jared Bernstein from The White House about the energy situation and oil certainly is at the top of the list It's really been affected by this crisis in Ukraine And to give us a report on where we are right now we turned out to create a Gupta So welcome back from Sarah down in Houston Thank you Yeah you know what It was fantastic to get that opportunity to report from Houston because there's so many sides to this story right We have these Russian barrels that some people are seeing as completely off the market given the sanctions that you're seeing from Canada from the United States from the United Kingdom But then if you look abroad and you speak to say OPEC officials they'll say well there's no actual physical shortage in the market Those Russian barrels are still very much on the market You just have certain countries that aren't willing to accept them So then the spotlight kind of comes on who fills that dearth of supply or perceived supply Some people are saying and that's really where the spotlight falls on the energy sector and this kind of disconnect between the Biden administration and the shale sector Well a lot of finger pointing I think I've seen where the Biden administration says you have all the permits you need It's up to you Just keep pumping Pumping again And the interest is no no no no There's all kinds of barriers between here and there because you've tried to shut us down Yeah there are a lot of barriers We caught up with some of the major CEOs Ryan Lanza at ConocoPhillips Vicky hall but accidental And they said those supply chain issues those labor shortages you're hearing about all the other sectors They apply to the energy sector as well And it's important to keep in mind as well that this is onshore drilling This is not offshore drilling where you can kind of turn it on and turn it off There is an amount of investment that creates a lag in terms of getting that supply and really that lag right now Is that about a year Are you willing to bet And there's another set of parties that have a say on that And it's the shareholders of those companies because it wasn't that long ago they were saying please don't invest it in the ground We'd like the money please And dividends and stock buybacks Right And that's why you're seeing such a slow ramp up Remember there's still dealing with the kind of fallout of good COVID-19 pandemic and they're saying if we're going to invest we have to be sure that those prices are going to be high for that one year It takes to invest If you start to see a crash that's an investment gone south It's pretty hard to be sure in oil right now Thank you.
"lanza" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Sports flag. Jr that no hitter. Not only is gun Blake Snell's Padres are now trailing the game. That game has moved to the bottom of the eighth. He had gotten that no hitter through seven, but the Angel now lead his Padres to nothing. Again Bottom made in San Diego. Yankees have problems. They have lost four straight native 10, and now they may have lost their ace for an indefinite period. Gary Cole left their latest lost to Toronto with a hamstring injury. The Blue Jays beat the Yankees, 5 to 1. The Yankees, now half a game We made a half a game in front of the Red Sox for the top wildcard Boston lost in to raise again. 12 to 7 41 year old Nelson Cruz now has 30 home runs on the season. He homered twice. Tampa Bay's latest win Peter Lanza homer twice for the Mets, and they beat the Marlins 9 to 4 Alonso's second fastest in baseball history to reach 100. He hit two homers in that game for the Mets, who continue to trail the Braves by four games. That led to beat the Nationals, 8 to 5 and the Braves now 2.5 in front of the Phillies, who had won eight of 10. They got crushed by the Brewers tend to nothing. Pirates beat the Tigers. 3 to 2. It was the Twins three. The Indians, nothing. Reds beat the Cubs for three. So Chicago seven game winning streak comes to an end. Orioles turn aside the Royal 73 intend the Astros get past the Mariners, 5 to 4. Giants one, Dodgers one Giants 12, Rockies three and Albert Pool halls, homers in ST Louis gets a stand innovation. Any homer for the Dodgers, who beat ST Louis 72 L. A remains the game behind San Francisco. Bottom eight White Sox leave the A 6 to 1. Bottom nine. The Rangers with a 31 lead. On the diamond backs. The Saints will have a new second man that running back behind album Camaro Latavius Murray released after refusing to take a pay cut, The Ravens have added a veteran running back. It's Levian Bell Scientific practice squad expected To be added to the 53 Man roster. This report brought to you by.
"lanza" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds
"Affect black and brown communities to four hundred thousand that service schools Disproportionately black and brown school. So we're going to remove those lines also and so even if you go and you look at Infrastructure that was done using years ago decades ago that split community's predominantly communities of color harmful way. We actually have money in the bill so that those communities if they decide to remove that infrastructure that railroad track that highway that overpass that split the community in a negative way if you look at our investment in public transit We know that out of people who take the bus to work on our trained to work thirty one percent of black nineteen percent hispanic in. So we're gonna make sure that we modernize it make making more reliable and so you know the and then if you think about broadband making sure that every community has accessible Ban and more importantly just as important that they have Affordable broadband we see now with covert the difference between the haves. The have nights of the rich and the poor are people with internet connected. People without leaving so many kids hind in terms of virtual school in didn't have reliable internet access are smart device Our goal is to make sure that never happens and so everything we did in this. We do would lanza racial equity right into i want to piggyback off the racial equity and also talk about black business owners. Each little bit on this to win it can mean For for jobs in the black community. But also i wanna add on the fact of business owners are thinking. Okay well this tax increase could hurt my business. Maybe more than it helps. What do you say to people that that. Feel that way about the bill. There's no tax increases. Do we pay for this way. Targeted user fees. And that you know that on any small business The president made point early on at we would not raise taxes on anybody who who makes under four hundred thousand dollars in truth is we didn't raise taxes at all in this business. We are gonna enforce People pay a native fish year and those businesses and individuals will use crypto currency. So we're not gonna When i raise anybody's taxes in this gotcha into also wanna talk about What is What you would be the next step. You know if the bill passes. I feel like there's still more work to do. You know it's not just based on this bill. What else can we do. What's the next step in. Is that part of president. Biden's bill back better agenda will. If when this bill passes the the well not even winning passes but the next thing fighting for the families plan so this invest in hard infrastructure in the country. the roads bridges the broadband water airports and seaports and things of that nature. The next bill is going to invest in what we call the human infrastructure in the country. That is to make sure that we expand That we extend out the child tax credit that is cutting poverty in half the she and it's the largest tax break for working parents in maybe even in our country's history but we're going to do that we're going to invest in education will add to freeze of public education on a front end for three or four years to go to school..
"lanza" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show
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"lanza" Discussed on The Garden Report | Boston Celtics Post Game Show from TD Garden
"Don't have a choice, I tell him, you know, you know, if ever becomes a question of his, he chucking too many shots, you know, he won't say it, but I will say, we said four locals around him. Of course we gotta take 30 shots of game. What you want Josh Richardson jacket 15-20 shots at night, you want to see Marcus doing at fifteen twenty times a night. Do you want to see our home? Play more than thirty minutes, a game is Robin Williams? Is he ready to take more than like five shots for, which are dunks? Come on. Yeah, I mean, they're not there yet, we'll see what they do. But again, there's not a ton, they can do see that coming in is John said like the flexibility ability wasn't immense, but you did think there would be some lower-level guys that have done the car actually are you Patty Mills? I will make sure I do think they will make the playoffs. I do think they will do enough to make the plus, they will not be a very high seed. I just think that they're going that because they, if they play defensively close to them, I think they will. With their guys, that's going to get them to the playoffs. They just won't do much once they get there. Okay? Very quickly, I want to throw out one more tweet here, Mark Murphy, Boston, Herald LifeSource, Marcus Smart is likely staying now that Lonzo has signed with Chicago, so again, Mark, Mark, Mark, hold on, hold on, Mark intimating? That that Lonzo to Chicago, dog. Lanza was real at least in this tweet, but again, this goes back to what we were talking about. The rest of his tweet, says any, let me pull it up here, any signings will be on the margins and again, this is where they are on the margins is in quote from whatever Source he got. So this is where we are, folks, it is, you know, you're getting priced out of Jeff freaking game and Patty Mills and these guys and Kelly Olynyk say goodnight, you know, like it's and write. It also tells you a little bit about Marcus Smart's value outside of Boston down because you're not getting a player and a notice from pick, you probably not going to get a player and a couple of second-round picks. So if you're not going to get anything of remote value, then if you're the Celtics, it does make sense to do that deal cuz teams again, you don't necessarily have to get apples and apples. But damn, like I said earlier, don't give me a raise and expect me to give you an apple. I mean, that's just not going to work and I think that's where the Celtics are dead. With Marcus Smart, he has more value. We talked about this before, this value to this organization is much greater than it is in the eyes of other teams throughout the league. And I think this period of time where now that's, that's pretty obvious. Yeah, but we were talking about trading him though. Which teams do you think are the ones are going to be, you know, really excited about acting like Marcus, Smart going to be the contenders, right? The team that I think there was a guy Marcus Marr away from from being a champion, you know?.
"lanza" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Is back. So who better to sit in for copes in the Bay Area News group Giants beat writer Carrie Crowley. This is the leadoff spot heard by saying to your Amazon echo, Alexa play KNBR. Wednesday of the All Star break. Like I said, typically the slowest day in sports, but not this year. We get in four of the NBA Finals. Phoenix Suns Milwaukee Bucks, sons up to one Mm. Chris Paul going for his first NBA title. Devin Booker, leader of that son's team. I admit I haven't watched much of the NBA Finals. I've been so locked in on the Giants. For the past few weeks. In the end, the MLB draft over the past few days has consumed Lot of my time during the day talking with Giants amateur scouting director Michael holds about the 20 players the Giants picked On Tuesday, the Giants had rounds 11 through 20. There was an interesting tie in with their 11th round pick high school outfielder Donovan McIntyre, Marian Catholic In Illinois. Under the radar high school player. Who? Giants area Scout DJ Age AUS was adamant the giant Select Currently jousters pounding the table in the draft room, saying they got to go get this Guy house. 30 years old when the Giants younger scouts Covers the Midwest. If the name sounds familiar. We're talking on Tuesday morning with Murph and Mac about What a great batting practice pitcher Pete Alonso had for the home run Derby. You saw this guy's heatmap. Everything was right down the middle. Peter Lanza was built in the lab to win the home run Derby. 64 year old BP pitcher David House. Was basically tailor made to throw BP for that event. Well, Dave joust the BP pitcher for Peter Alonso. Is the father of DJ Age out the giant scout. Who got the Giants draft Donovan McIntyre in the 11th round. Baseball family and Murph said yesterday. J. J as his grandfather, Bill Great Sports writer in Chicago. So some cool connections there. Wrap things up talking. About this Giants draft, but Texture. Wanted to chime in. Ask when Evan Longoria was due back from the injured list Giants, projecting their third baseman to come back around the fourth week of July, talk to him at Chase Field a few weeks ago. First week of July. He said that he was progressing was just waiting to get to a point where Wasn't in Considerable amount pain with his shoulder. Does feel that he will be in some pain the rest of the season with that injury he suffered after bumping into Brandon Crawford. In early June against the Chicago Cubs in the late inning on a ground ball. It's more of a football injury than a baseball injury. Shoulder collarbone areas. What Longoria injured. But the Giants do you think that he will be back before the July 30th trade deadline? Yes. July 30th this year. That's a tough week. The Giants have by the way they've got The Dodgers at home and then the Astros at home. Two teams that Could very well win a pennant this year. But the Giants.
"lanza" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"About 600,000 higher Yes. Oh, my goodness. I need to figure out Including signing bonus. He's made 2.7 million on the field so far in his career home run Derby sees made two million So next year, he will have more money than almost is full salary. If he wins again, and I'm not gonna brag too much. I told you guys, I like Gallo. I also had a pet Alonso Draftkings. Dig it, and I want $100 not a million, but I want 100 on draft kings on Peter Lanza. It was great to see him when win because he's a guy that knows how to win the event. Even in a part that's maybe more favorable to lefties with the way the portrait are set up. He was obviously just crushing the ball 35 in the first round and then to hit the 23 to get past man senior who's a great story. Obviously, the savory colon cancer that he's beaten to this point and and the crowd was awesome last night, too. But for Alonso, you know, I was standing near one of his three uh, home run Derby interviews during batting practice. They said what's like being underdogs because I'm not the underdog. I'm the defending champion, so he may have been the fifth seed, but he had plenty of confidence. And then he said in postgame, there he goes. I think the best power hitter on the planet and it's hard to argue against. Man. That swing was this so sweet. I mean, it was just effortless, You know, they kept showing tiny swing and then Alonso swing was just as effortless, but but he was allowed stadium. Does that You'd agree with me that in general lefties swings tend to be prettier. We can cite Ken Griffey's is maybe the prettiest and so don't look like he was. He was working hard. He's totally like.
"lanza" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Coverage of Wednesday's game four starts at 7 30 here on WTMJ. Elsewhere in the basketball world, we've got trouble ahead of the Olympic Games in Tokyo Team USA, normally dominant, has now lost back to back exhibition games one to Nigeria on Saturday and now to Australia, Monday night, ESPN NBA analyst Brian Wind Horse states the obvious This is worrisome because I'm gonna tell you, Damian Lillard and Kevin Durant combined to shoot 10 of 20 on three pointers in this game That's supposed to be a win, okay? And the thing about it is is that when they built this team they built this team Small was shooting. They didn't have any traditional centers. They said. We're going to get a bunch of guys who can shoot. They're going to outshoot everybody. They're getting out shot, and in this game, Australia killed them in the paint. So this is a real challenge. The Tokyo Games start in 10 days. Chris Middleton Andrew Holiday will join Team USA at the conclusion of the finals in football. The Packers had to report to training camp exactly two weeks from today. The quarterbacks options limited right now, with the off season winding down doesn't have any good options. As of now, the only team that appears to be realistic to trade for him is Denver and Denver no longer has the eighth overall pick, which was appealing to trade for I don't think that his trademark it is anything close to what it will be a year from now when the cap will go up. And there will be more teams that have suffered through sucky quarterback play, so there'll be a greater demand for him. That is. Packers reporter Jason will be joining Homer Antoni on 94 5, ESPN. And finally in baseball met slugger Pete Alonso wins his second straight home run Derby. He joins Ken Griffey Jr and Johanna Suspect is as the only players to win back to back derbies. The All Star Game itself is tonight five. Brewers in attendance in Colorado Gene maybe the funniest moment from the home run Derby last night. I hate to even call it funny because somebody got injured. Peter Alonso is smoking line drive, ready Smoking 500 FT. Home runs into the thin air there in Denver, Colorado. It's a spectacle. Um, one of the Balls that didn't get out of the park hit a kid don't know They've got those kids shagging the balls in the outfield. They've done that for years, which always seems irresponsible to me that you're putting like 11 year old shagging 100 Mile an hour line drives. It just seems crazy. Um, but one of the kids got drilled and they were helping him off the field, and Peter Lanza was just dancing to whatever music they're playing there in the Ballpark In Colorado. It looked a little tone deaf, but it created a funny, memorable moment on social media in I just think we maybe ought to let the kids sit out. But it is such a fun moment for them. But even when I was growing up, I dreamed of doing that. But it always seemed a little dangerous. If it was a nice soft pop fly. There'd be one thing But yeah, I don't want something that has smoking a vapor trail. Coming off the back of the laser beams off of the bats of Peter Alonso and Shohei Otani. You're not the best 6 49 new.
"lanza" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"To even talk about him as an option, but it just feels like there's, there's something about the way, the Pelican's are approaching his free agency that may God. Seem like they don't really want him all that much. So I I'm, I feel like there's a way in there is a way to say, hey Lonzo, let's let's work something out here. You know, signing off the the fancy double sign-and-trade. It's not super realistic. But if you're talking about an ideal fit to this team defensively and now that Lanza was figured out, his jump shot off offensively, it's a really great fit, and I love it and way more than Dennis, I loved it way more than a lot of other options available out there. If I like Lonzo, I like him a lot. The restricted part is the part that gets me is a restricted free agent and getting around that will not be easy. Particularly, because we know the Pelicans are not fans of the Lakers. You probably don't want to do anything to work with them but I agree. If you can find a way to get that done, I like Lonzo a lot. Sermon King from YouTube took over the Super Chat said anyone. But Chris Paul, he's a know for the Lakers. I get it. Chris Paul has he's a bit polarizing, right? When you see his Antics out there on the floor. So I totally understand that side of things as well. Loans, that would be interesting. I think, you know, we were talking about some how this came up in conversation earlier today, when I was talking to some people, we ventured things to get auto corrected and the first thing I go to is that still on my phone. If I type in the word ball with a lowercase b it corrects to an uppercase be. Because how many times I typed Lonzo balls name when he took a Laker. I mean look I I liked Lonzo when he was here, very nice guy. And yeah, I wouldn't be against seeing him back top of my list, though, I'm still going to terms of realistic. A guy that I think they could really get Corollary. It's Kyle Lowry when I when I look at what he brings on both ends of the ball, when I look at the shooting that he brings, and I'm eliminating lugs a little bit from my list. It's just because of the restricted tag here. I think that Kyle Lowry would be a really great fit for the Lakers. Now, again, they already tried to get him. We're not successful there, but perhaps you can go back to the Toronto. Raptors negotiating trade, you would be triggering a hard cap by accepting a player in a sign-and-trade situation. So that might be something to consider but Kyle Lowry, I think would be a great fit for the Lakers..
"lanza" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"So he's clearly a guy who's coachable, believes in himself and thinks that this is something that he can do Mike McDaniels After seeing what he did in this camp, I think believes it as well. I'm really glad you asked that question because Um, one of the things that I think Hal isn't totally known foreign should be is he is about as collaborative of a coaches you can possibly have. He does not. He is not thinking of. Hey! I want to do X Y or Z without it being the best thing, And so he hires people that he trusts that he values their opinion. And on game day he has unbelievable ability to Do two things that wants to have a narrative in his head, but then also accept. Um, whatever input from the coaching staff. That's something that You know, being with him for 14 years. It's a tremendous advantage for me because I can feel as a play collar where he knows exactly where he's going. And then other times where he's he's torn between two things. You're you're able to in a wall shoot, shoot some ideas from the hip that you He understands that he is ultimately accountable for whatever play call comes out of his mouth, so he doesn't he doesn't sit there and say, Okay, um Uh, you told you told me this play with work, and it doesn't work. He understands that he is accountable for it. Also, he embraces that he really engenders. Uh, an atmosphere where guys feel like they want to put in the work and have an idea of Um different, different ways that they can help him called called the game. So you just sorry I misfired there and talking about which which we were going to. That was more I'm talking about. Kyle is a collaborative coach on Game day. This is the one I want to get you here, Dave. This last one here about Kyle's excitement about coaching players like Trey, Lance and McDaniels excitement about this because Trey Lance is a coachable player. Here we go. Um, uh, I think Kyle gets excited to coach players because that is that is he's the foremost expert on doing so. And you know, it's all about the The relationship with with the human beings, and I think we're all very, very excited and fired up about, um, where trays as in terms of being coachable, wanting to be coached his, uh, his expectation, um for himself and and Uh, whether it's a quarterback, a center or running back. All you can ask for as a coach is that someone is embracing the process and and I think that fires them up more than anything. I think the process is what Kyle is all about. Especially with quarterbacks. Process progressions. Touchdown passes. How about that? The three piece Of being a quarterback. So there you are, on a little bit of a 40 100 hit here. I want to get back into some baseball. There was some crazy comments yesterday from from Peter Alonso of the New York Mets. The baseball discussion not about the game of baseball, and this cannot be the best thing for baseball again. We talked every year now about how basically all we do when we talk baseball now is everything that baseball does. That's not good for them and not good for the game. Everything is a scandal. It seems like now, here we go again. Pete Alonso kind of chipping off the tip of an iceberg here yesterday, saying, Oh, baseball Yeah, they they haven't not only not police. The sticky substances eventually change the baseballs to suppress contracts when it comes to free agent off seasons. This is Peter Lanza yesterday before the game, So we're gonna get into that, as well as Josh Donaldson, who called out Gerrit Cole by name had to face her Cole yesterday. Josh didn't go so well, especially after he's saying he's using foreign substances and the rpm is dipped in then you can't get a hit off of him without the foreign substances. All stuff we can talk about. You don't want to hear this as well as a little reaction from Sammy Long, who had a great Yesterday, his Big league debut. He joins Murph in Mac today at 9:45 A.m.. So keep it like right here, Pete Alonso, saying There is a bigger scandal in baseball than just the sticky substances. They are changing the baseballs to affect players, stats and therefore affecting their contracts in the off seasons. All that is coming up on.
"lanza" Discussed on WordPress Semanal
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"lanza" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories
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"lanza" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"lanza" Discussed on EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO
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NASA’s Perseverance rover lands on Mars
"Good morning, Scientists from Planet Earth will land another mission on Mars today. NASA calls the rover perseverance. NPR's science correspondent Joe Palka has been following this one. Good morning, Joe. Morning, Noel, Can we talk about the logistics of this? They have to get a hurtling projectile toe land safely on Mars. How is this done? Yeah. What's the big trick? It's going 12,000 MPH, and they have two landed it two MPH. No problem. Well, what happens is they're overs packed up into something called the Aero Shell, which hits the top of the atmosphere on Mars and Atmosphere slows the craft down and it's friction heats up. That's why there's a heat shield, but that does slow it down quite a bit. But then there's a giant. Parachute that slows it down further and then finally, there's something called the Sky Crane, which is a jet pack that flies over the landing site to the landing site, then lowers the rover down on a tether and then cuts the cord and flies away. But the interesting thing is, this is the same landing system that the last rover used called curiosity. But it's been made more up to date by the fact that it's got this smart landing system so that you can actually look for Ah, good place to land. If it doesn't like the first place it picks the confide to the next one. What is modern is all the computers and navigation systems are on this new rover. The design of the rocket engines on the sky Crane is actually 50 years old. Believe it or not, those engines all trace their way back to the Viking Landers. That's Joe Cassidy, He's executive director for space at Arrow Jet Rocket die in the company that makes the rocket engine. The Viking missions landed on Mars in the mid seventies, and Cassidy says the rocket designed depended on a special valve that made it possible to vary the Rockets thrust. Funny part is back in the seventies, We had a supplier that actually developed that forest with J. P L came back to us in the latter part of the first decade of the 21st century and said, We want you to do that again. That supplier was no longer in business. But luckily they were able to find an alternate supplier who would make the valve for them. Very luckily, what is perseverance looking for on Mars? Well, it's landing in a place called Jez zero Crater, which was they think a lake bed 3.5 or Lake 3.5 billion years ago, And the idea is there might might might have been microbes in the lake. So there'll be cameras on the rover that will study the appearance of rocks looking for things like stromatolites, which are structures left behind by mats of bacteria. They're also instruments on the rover that will measure the chemical and mineral composition of the rocks at the landing site, and Nina Lanza is a geologist at Los Alamos National Lab and the scientists on one of those instruments called super Camp. See, this is the kind of thing that a geologist needs right. We need both chemistry. What's in Iraq and mineralogy how it's arranged. So knowing those things tells a lot about the conditions under which the rock form then whether or not those conditions were conducive to life. I asked this excitedly. Could we be getting news soon, saying that there was life on Mars? Well, it's one of those news stories where people get very excited, but they will also say I'm from Missouri proof show me so that's actually the idea of this. They may see things that look like there might have been life there. But they say to confirm that they have to bring the rocks back to Earth. And in fact, that's what this mission is going to do. It's going to collect samples that a future mission will return to Earth. Okay. NPR Mars correspondent Joe Palka.
"lanza" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Cut lengthwise, and they fit within the overall glasses or contact lens, and they correct for a stigmatism and the access of the lens. Matches the abnormality of the cornea, so that minus 1.50 tells us it's a minus lens at 1.50 doctors. Actually, it's not quite that simple, but I'll get to that in a little bit. The third number 1 27 is the orientation of that cylindrical lens. It tells us the cylindrical Lanza's oriented at 127 degrees. The fourth number. 2.0 is a bi focal segment at plus two Diop tres and It's always going to be positive for by folk ALS. If you don't need by folk ALS, you wouldn't have a number like this trailing at the end of your prescription. What's more, you might see the letters o D or OS on the prescription. So what the heck did those mean? Well, Odie means Oculus, Dexter and OS is Oculus. Sinister. That is Latin for right eye and left eye. So Dexter and sinister mean right and left. So if you happen to be left handed, like me your of a sinister persuasion insert evil laugh here. Wait, Uh, prescriptions can become more complicated than the example I gave you I should add. There are other factors that could be included, and they account for things such as correction for I alignment problems and other such issues also eyeglass prescriptions and contact lens prescriptions. Are not always the same thing. Contact lens prescriptions need additional information, such as what the curve of the back surface of the contact lens should be. That's the part that touches your eye. It also includes stuff like the diameter of the lens. And because eyeglasses are worn in front of the eyes at a distance of around 12 millimeters from your eye, and contact lenses are worn on the eyes. The power of the prescription tends to be different to produce the ideal result in 1980. The Federal Trade Commission ruled that all eye doctors both up Tom interests and ophthalmologists. Must provide a copy of a patient's prescription upon the end of an eye exam. That way the patient can choose the vendor here. She prefers when buying the actual glasses now. I'm wrapping up here. There's a whole lot more I could talk about, including the way you take Linds blanks and grind them down in order to make the proper lens, But that would almost require a second episode and before I sign off, I think I should also explain what the differences between optometry ists and ophthalmologists and also what are opticians. So in ophthalmologist is a medical or osteopathic doctor, Someone who actually has a medical degree. They have extensive training in medicine, and they specialize and I and vision care. They have a license to practice medicine and surgery, so they treat eye diseases and conditions they perform surgical procedures. And they can also prescribe and fit eyeglasses and contact lenses. They may also conduct research to gain further understanding into eye disorders and diseases. And there's some disagreement about whether or not an ophthalmologist or in optometry ist is the best person to go when you are trying to get glasses or contact lenses. And the fights can get pretty nasty because they tend to involve ophthalmologists and up Tom interests calling each other things, so I'm not going to get into that here. But what isn't optometry ist? Well, that's a health care professional, but they are not a doctor, not a medical doctor. At any rate, they must receive a doctor of optometry. That's an O D degree, but it's not a medical degree. This is a four year degree from an optometry school. And that's after they've conducted at least three years of college education. So they do hold a doctorate, but they are not a medical doctor. They're licensed to conduct exams and prescribed glasses or contact lenses, and they could also generally prescribe some medications for certain types of eye diseases. And then you have opticians. Now these air technicians that are trained to design to verify and to fit eyeglass lenses and frames as well as contact lenses. They do not make prescriptions themselves so they cannot prescribe the glasses. But they could take a prescription and make the glasses or contact lenses or fit them to you. They're allowed to do that. They're not licensed to diagnose or treat eye diseases or disorders. And, uh, there's also another weird difference between optometry, ists and ophthalmologist they discovered as I was researching this episode, and that's how they write out prescriptions. Specifically that second number I referenced. That's the difference. So remember our hypothetical prescription was 2.25 minus 1.5 times. 1 27 plus 2.0. Well, that minus 1.50 doesn't just tell us the lens power of the cylindrical lens that was meant to correct an astigmatism. It also tells us that the person conducting that hypothetical eye exam had to be in optometry ist because it was a negative value. Event Red 1.50 instead of minus 1.50. The actual effect in the finished glasses would be exactly the same. It would just mean that an ophthalmologist had written the prescription optometry always have a negative value for cylindrical lens and ophthalmologist always have a positive value. Now This does change the value for that access figure as well. So there is ah, slight other difference between an optometrist an ophthalmologist prescription, but it really Boils down to the fact that I'm Tom interest used negative cylindrical lens designation and ophthalmologists use positive cylindrical lens designation, even though they both do the exact same thing. So wacky, right? I learned something new today. 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"lanza" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Yes, we could be a big press conference on Monday. We're gonna show And it was the D. A's investigators that actually The shocking stuff. So is much Do you want to defund the police and hate the D A's and all this other stuff? In this case, one guy I would say gave it an objective look. And justice prevent. Yes, The D A's office was nothing but professional justice. Everybody else has been minus the And mainly, UM, head Sheriff and governor and the mayor and you told me that even when you got arrested the first time they took you and give you a ticket, really, she said. Regular guys They will find. They don't want men and women that they didn't really want anything. You know where this comes from the top. That is exactly this, isn't you? Just the regular officers, but it it always comes from the top, and it's clear that they do not have proper leadership. There's no leadership down. I think when your attorneys who was attorneys of sorting through everything Gonna put out some gonna press release with an official statement, and I believe you know, blue gel Amino. God bless him his own recovery. Probably that this put on him that he had a heart attack. So it's another another casual T. But he's home. He couldn't got a better coming home gift than this. You know what I'm saying? But Your lawyers are looking at it. You guys gonna put out an official statement today? I think Monday. Um Scala vato, who's better? Thing along without this, hopefully will go down to City Hall and show the information of corruption of law breaking of lying of misleading the public and called for the resignation of the sheriff. Yeah. So lots going to go on in the next few days, But the main thing is God bless you, my friend and you know You've got time left here, Scotty. Hopefully I'll get to talk to him a little later on because he was kind of one of the guys. That was a least directing you guys toe. Ways to stand up and peacefully protest on. I just want people to know that All the businesses out there. If you Do something. You just have to know that they're gonna come at you, and most of time They're gonna come at you hard. You need to surround yourself with good people. And that's exactly what Keith and I had throughout all this and guys like John Tobacco, Scotland, vato. Frankly, at this point, I don't care if you don't believe everything that they say Andy Lanza, these Men that I have met. And I love animal Always keep these guys around. They are not just great people. They are the best men that I know and I am so proud to have them involved and Even I could not do anything close to what we've been doing if it wasn't for them, and the support that they And nobody had more to lose by standing by Keith and I, with these allegations that I had then John and Scott and they stood by not just behind me Next, you know us being you know he's calm. He's too calm that he's got a fresh one from day one. Ever wavered and they asked what happened. They believed everything that Keith and I said, and they stood there not just behind us, but with us and you need to surround yourself with people like this. And Keith and I are very, very proud and so happy that we have these people around us. All right, well to your freedom. This prevailing to small businesses reopen because we're gonna make that happen to to stand on the A's office for a fair, objective investigation, and this is an apple juice. That's what we do on liquid lunch. We have a drink Friday. It's usually funny Friday. I got a bunch of funny means and stuff on here, but National news. I'm sure everyone's gonna be reaching out to you. Don't forget the little guys here a liquid lunch in the half a studio that we got at Max Pub, but, you know, I appreciate your kind words and l. Scott feels the same. And people like J t. What do you see in these guys? What do you go?.
Machine Learning Carbon Capture with Diego Saez-Gil
"Welcome to the show thank you. Jeffrey excited to hear your pajama. Pyjama is a company that helps with carbon offsetting. Can you explain. Carbon-offsetting is sure. This is an idea that was invented at the united nations in the kyoto agreement which was a predecessor to the famous paris agreement. And the idea. Is that as we move away from fossil fuels or as a way to incentivize the move away from fossil fuels we need to make looters companies in countries to compensate for the carbon emissions. They're putting in the atmosphere that are causing climate change right so there is a system by which then projects that either reduce emissions or removed governor from the fear can receive carbon credits equivalent to the amount of car on this project. Effectively reducing or removing. And then these companies can purchase those car on create certificates and use them to compensate their emissions and in doing so the benefit. You want side now. They have an economic incentive to do away from posted fields so that they don't have to be spending money on compensating for those emissions and secondly that money goes to fund very important projects such us renewable energy and lowercase forest restoration conservation as you know forest remove carbon from dan lewis fear as trees grow. And you know thanks to framework if you have a piece of land in which you can plant trees or conserve an existing forests that otherwise would be cut down. You can get paid current credits to continue doing that work. So that is a framework and these frankly has existed for many years but unfortunately until today there wasn't a lot of technology a the software powering the certification and exchange of the concrete industrial. We decided to focus. On what kind of technology could be useful in the workflow of managing carbon offsets. Yes so the first part is violating monitoring. How much carbon is being sequester by forest into that we use remote sensing data in machine learning algorithms that basically aim to predict. How much carbon is there on a forest in particular for example one of the models that we built train on a combination of satellite data coming from nasa lanza data with lied are they coming from companies that collect that data from airplanes. And it's basically at three dimensional cloud of points that gives you the shape of the structure of the forest and then we have ground truth. That is coming from four services from around the world that send people to the field to count trees and sure trace with dates and know exactly how much carbon each of the streets have you know so then we run deep learning algorithms convolution new neural networks to train on the day dan the nba to predict how much car when they're in a forest just using satellite. That is one of the parts of the stock that were building being able to replicate the tests that are needed to validate how much carbon is being sequestered by a forest.
Supreme Court Says Sandy Hook Families Can Sue the Remington Gun Maker
"Relatives of the victims of the sandy hook elementary school shooting one of victory in the Supreme Court to say supremum court will not stop relatives of the victims of the sandy hook elementary school shooting from continuing with their suit against Remington in Connecticut state court the company manufactured the rifle used by Adam Lanza in the twenty twelve shooting that left twenty children and six adults dead their suit is a test of a two thousand and five law passed in Congress that shields gun makers from liability when one of their products has been used in a crime the law has exceptions related to marketing and advertising the suit claims that Remington glorified the A. R. fifteen type rifle in marketing toward young men and
The Bell Jar
"The bell jar by Sylvia Plath is set mainly in New York City but it's not always thought of as a New York novel like Catcher in the raw I or the age of innocence are that's probably because what's autobiographical the novel tends to eclipse other aspect of it just a month after the Bell Jar was first published in nineteen sixty three plath killed herself since the book is pretty autobiographical and its narrator attempt suicide it can be hard not to read it as a sort of literary suicide note but of course there's a lot more to the novel it's about a young woman from the Boston suburbs who like plath Lanza Plum Internship Guest Editing Women's magazine in New York in the summer of Nineteen fifty-three and it does a lot to capture what did and still does go along with trying to make it in New York all the outsized possibilities and outside disappointments on this Shen of New York icons producer Beenish Ahmed has the story of the Bell Jar I I read the Bell Jar when I was sixteen and Board in Ohio dreaming of being a writer and reporter in New York City a lot like Sylvia plath who won a golden ticket to that Dream Life a summer working at a top women's Xena when Sylvia Plath was at Smith college she went to guest editorship to Mademoiselle magazine her and a number of other girls to New York in the Mark Nineteen fifty three if you know anything about the bell jar is that it's based on Sylvia plath its own life when the main character Esther Greenwood goes back home after that summer she liked plath attempt suicide is committed to mental institutions and is treated with octroi shock therapy but the bell jar is not just a story of an unstable teenager plath uses her own story to reflect on the culture she lived in she lays out that mission right there in the first sentence it was a queer sultry summer the summer they electrocuted the rosenbergs and I didn't know what I was doing in New York Julius and Ethel Rosenberg had been convicted of conspiring to sell secrets about the atomic bomb to Soviet spies that's a powerful Metaphor says novelist med bullets are the beginning the first lines of the bell jar she talks about the execution of the Rosenbergs and then later on the character of Greenwood experiences electroconvulsive therapy and you make the link as a reader about electricity the and the terrible time in America which I didn't live through the rosenbergs but just the sense of her pain being expressed so beautifully so
Gun maker can be sued over Newtown shooting, court rules
"Search Connecticut's highest court ruling families of victims of the Newtown school shooting can sue the gun maker over the marketing of the rifle used in the massacre. ABC's Aaron Katersky with more Connecticut supreme court allowed the families of nine victims of the sandy hook elementary school shooting to sue Remington over how it marketed the bushmaster rifle Adam Lanza used to kill the families believe the weapon was marketed to civilian consumers when it suitable only for use by the military or law enforcement personnel. Remington argued federal law immunizes gun manufacturers from liability. But the ruling said the families could bring their lawsuit under the Connecticut, product liability act, which recognizes deaths resulting from wrongful advertising and
Documents shed light on Sandy Hook shooter's tortured mind
"With a fellow gamer saying. Incessantly have nothing other than scorn for humanity. And I have been desperate to feel anything positive for someone for my entire life. Lanza details a range of grievances including lights that are too bright and his hair touching his brother's towel. Chuck sivertsen. ABC news. The president says there was no collusion between Russia and his two thousand sixteen campaign. He tweeted as much this morning. As the fallout grows from those bombshell court filing. President Trump insists he's in the clear, I think it's all turning around very nicely. But the documents tell a very different story putting the president in growing, legal and political jeopardy and
Lanza, Chuck Sivertsen And ABC discussed on Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"Twenty twelve the Hartford current reports Lanza wrote an apparent online communication with a fellow gamer saying, I n Cecil have nothing other than scorn for humanity. And I have been desperate to feel anything positive for someone for my entire life. Lanza details a range of grievances including lights that are too bright and his hair touching his brother's towel. Chuck sivertsen. ABC news Japanese media reporting. Prosecutors in Tokyo have charged the ousted Nissan chair Carlos gone charged him with under reporting his income to the tune of forty four million dollars US over a period of five years gone is not. Commented. You're listening to ABC news.
LG's new smart air conditioners are more efficient way to cool down
"Triple eight eight, to five, fifty to fifty? Four and before we go back to your all, of your phone calls, and. I'll tell you if you missed the last hour of the show we had some amazing calls and looking at the board right. Now you don't wanna miss this hour either some interesting items crossed my. Screen that you You need to notice stay up to date and first of all we're going to start talking about drones now drones are just this really incredible technology to take photos surveillance. Drones they use them for military maybe just for fun I mean you in the family can huddle around you, send the drone up and then you are smile because you're. Taking a drone any that's right down the selfie your take droning so we mostly associate drones with being, outside right well think again those drones are heading indoors now think. Hall mall, cop meets the, Terminator soon drones, security guards they're going to follow this. Preprogramed route live streaming everything they see flagging anything perceived as out of order when the drones batteries run low which they're going to reach, they're going to return to their charging pad and then charged up, on their own and then go back. Up in the air just imagine a roving Cici TV camera with no, blind, spots for. I'll tell you that really would, have? Complicated the heist plan and oceans eight and. Other high tech product, news how would you like a smart. Mirror, that shows you exactly what you look like okay I know what. You're thinking I have that, already know you don't. And about, a mirror that really really shows you, what you look like it's going to give you a three d avatar that you can. Tell you can twist you. Can walk around. So you can see your whole body a, company? Called, naked Lanza, shipping is smart mirror that. Uses biometrics gaining technology and it will make your. Very own silver, avatar that's you that's right standing there the whole idea. Is that the app and you knew that there. Would be one tells you how, long it's going to take, you to lose all the way after completing the fifteen seconds scan naked tells you your body fat your muscle mash all of. Your measurements then right Recommends training. Plans nutrition advice personal coaching like, get your butt off the couch reading. In some day you can buy clothes that are tailored to fit you, perfectly now natural. Of people are concerned about their three d. digitized news ending up in some hackers. Hands naked says that, all your news or secure said, how much is this frightening mirror you're ready one. Thousand four. Hundred dollars. Think of, it this way though if you look in the mirror you see a beer belly a bald head a big red nosed varicose veins and a complexion like leather and that's Trevor tar looks. Like just look on the bright, side, at least. Your eyesight is okay at least. Works Alright serious news if you. Have somebody in, your family with autism pay close attention to this next news. Story, dodgy Columbine noticed that her son Alex wasn't looking at people in the face that's a classic. Trade of autism when just eighteen months old and, in preschool Alex struggled socially? With. Other kids one hit him in the. Face with a rubber mallet shovel. When he was six he was, diagnosed with autism Alex is, now nine and, he started working one on one with a therapist using Google. Glass that's right. It was one of fourteen kids taking part in. A trial administered by Stanford University. School of medicine This Google glass of course you, know, seeing. Her going to cactus eyewear was discontinued for commercial use individuals back in two thousand fifteen but software was developed. By the Stanford team that works with the outward facing camera. To read facial expressions and, provide social. Cues it's called superpower glass one hundred kids worthy, glasses while interacting with family members and what they found is that when the, kids play the game these glasses three times. A week for twenty minutes over six weeks is that suddenly her son started, having frequent I contact and she. Said it was just crazy she's in two weeks it was like just switched inside. Of them at Alex said. Mommy mommy I can look at people and I can read their minds now crate the goal. From the. Google has progressed he's widely available as possible for autism someday covered by insurance now that's really something All right everything is smart now we're doing about smart homes smart lights smart locks and now we have smart air conditioners. Because why not l., g. electron IX has a slew of new air conditioner. A cutout CO two emissions they run relatively quietly they respond to, owner commands, of course via a smartphone app multiple voice assistance standard hand held remote and using the app owners, can monitor and just room temperature turn the air. Conditioners on and off. You can tell the air conditioner what to do using Amazon, Alexa, Google. Assistant turn the air up turn the air down turn the air conditioning off turn it on because getting off. The couch to turn on your air conditioning is just too. Much work for you Do this enough and you're ready for it Alexa will be your biggest fan Yes all right Now this final story is one of these things are going to listen to you and you're gonna shake your head because. This. Really happen yes a teenager in California was arrested after he woke up. A. Sleeping couple Broke inside their house and said hi I'm just wondering if I can use your wifi network. Because I'm out of data that's right. You, heard me right a couple in Palo Alto call police if they woke it up by a seventeen year old boy who they pushed. Down. There hallway out their front door the couple was asleep in their bedroom And the kids said, he, needed to use their wifi network the team is not being a dentist because he. Is of. Course a minor he's. Arrested for residential burglary prowling providing false information now here's something else the next day the man living at home reported that his surveillance video had captured the. Suspect stealing his bike from his backyard Guess, what the, thirties found. The bike at the, suspect's house pretty bright kid. There, could you imagine me why police. Had main true story just pulled over a man who drove a scooter all the way from Maine to Massachusetts Using his cell phone as a headlight that's right could you imagine going from Massachusetts Tim main honest suitor Luna's little, scooters, using. Your, cell phone as the headlight police had a. Lot of questions but the main one was hey buddy hence you get the battery to last so long we wanna know IRA south about your, life and how you're going to protect, your identity, because you've heard me talk about lifelock and you know I've been in lifelock, customer for many many years even when they weren't an advertiser and I still am today because once again sensitive personal data has been exposed and more data breaches for nearly two months and unauthorized, party, reportedly used stolen user names and passwords to log, onto the, online accounts of, certain, major department stores websites. Sensitive customer data about full names addresses phone numbers Email addresses birthdays payment card numbers expiration dates for compromise and then criminals use his personal information from. A data. Breach to open accounts file tax, returns by property and A lot more there's just so many threats in today's connected world. And here's the problem. 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Radio host cites iconic reporters in bid to nix Sandy Hook lawsuit
"Let's by four starting to build up a little bit for twenty six sixth street two to seventy five a minor. Accident Nebraska and skipper US forty run remains closed in both. Directions with railroad crossing. Repairs between review drive and Madison Avenue so continued to. Use old forty one or seventy eighth street that should reopen Sunday the twenty nineth required on our, area bridges. And expressways beware of an accident southbound on I seventy five. South of. State route fifty. Blocking two lanes, radio, nine seventy Catholic scattered rain coming in off the Gulf of Mexico through the, day with a. High of eighty nine it's seventy nine degrees at NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a the father of the man who, died in a stand your ground case has. Hired an attorney Michael mcglockton wants Michael Drake arrested for fatally shooting his, son in dispute over a handicapped parking space on Thursday in Clearwater real. Good man he wasn't. A, trouble guy he was. Not looking. For trouble but he would stand up for his, family and that's. Exactly what he did Michael mcglockton talking to channel eight his son hand thrown Drake into the ground but. Mcglockton says the. Surveillance video shows his son backing away before Drake a shot him so it should not be a standard ground case. Vanilla sheriff Bagua Altieri says the law shields Drako from prosecution a man with a, long history of drug arrests is recovering after being shot. Three times by Paul county deputies sheriff Grady Judd says during a routine traffic stop in Auburndale, on, Sunday night Forty year old Shannon baxley took off hitting and injuring a deputy when baxley, was finally stopped Judd says he reached for. His waistband and deputies opened fire when he was going for his waist, and we were telling show us your hands and this happened like that He. Threw a baggy of marijuana So the reality of it is instead of going for a gun this goofball was trying might might have been trying. To get rid of his marijuana. The deputy hit by backs leaks car is expected to. Recover blistering heat in, the desert southwest is, causing headaches air temperature in Phoenix. Reach a hundred and fourteen degrees but if you take a, look at something like the asphalt, it's a hundred and forty. Seven the dashboard of a car you're looking at a hundred and twenty four degrees and there's no relief overnight by nine AM Tuesday morning Phoenix will. Be back in the, triple digits Jamie Yuccas in Phoenix a well-known sandy hook denier is trying, to get. A lawsuit against. Him thrown out Alex Jones claims he was acting as a journalist when he questioned whether the twenty twelve shooting, at an elementary school in Newtown Connecticut really happened twenty children and six educators were killed when gunman Adam Lanza, opened fire, inside the, sandy hook elementary school December fourteenth, Nicole Hockley who was not part The lawsuit lost her son he spoke with FOX sixty-one Connecticut not be wonderful if my son is actually, alive somewhere, and I, see him but it's not true He's dead he's gone he's not coming, back Jones now says. He believes the shooting happened but says such journalism. Would, be chilled if reporters were subject to liability. If they turned out to be wrong Lisa, lacerra Fox News.
The First Superstar Classical Musician.
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Who is Van Clyburn?
"Van Clyburn was from Texas and in nineteen fifty eight at the height of the Cold War between the United States and Russia. He went to Moscow and won the very first Tchaikovsky competition which made him an instant superstar. When Dan Clyburn got back to the state, he became the only musician ever to get tickertape parade in New York.
Sandy Hook families file lawsuits against Infowars' Alex Jones
"Jones for defamation the families are both seeking within one million dollars from jones and his companies which include his texas based company info wars the families allege jones called the parents crisis actors and that florida resident lucy richards agreed so strongly with jones claim that the sandy hook massacre was a hoax that she made death threats against a victim's family adam lanza killed his mother twenty first graders and six employees at sandy hook elementary before killing himself jones is conservative radio host who claimed the sandy hook shooting never happened the us state department has sent a message to the government in ankara regarding american pastor andrew brunson john clements reports the statement rage we have seen no credible evidence that mr brunson is guilty of a crime in our convinced that he is innocent the pastor from north carolina is facing a thirty five year prison sentence in turkey for spying and for being a terrorist faster brunson's case brought this response from chairman dr danielle mark of the us commission on international religious freedom we know that if the situation doesn't improve in this trial doesn't start heading in the right direction i it's quite likely that stronger action yet is going to come out of washington i'm john clemens for usa.
US Defense Secretary Mattis arrives in Afghan capital
"In midtown atlanta about a ten mile an hour breeze out of the northwest right now this is new this morning wbz's marc lamont reporting live a high speed police jason critic county lanza teenage carthy behind bars that's right scott good morning seventeenyearold maliki yancey was clocked by swannee police doing ninety six miles an hour and a stolen car on peachtree industrial boulevard captain shane ed in tells channel two action news place in the public danger with his driving and it was in our best interest to try to stop him unc was caught when he crashed the car outside of q t in duluth with the help of a retired officer police took the suspect into custody reporting live mark alewine wsb cobb county woman tells channel two action news she hoped she could be saved for her baby's sake after her estranged husband stabbed her in the chest mom to see me the age of three my father didn't either the police say marlon davidge drove pam frank to the hospital before kidnapping their four year old daughter the girl is fine frankish recovering and dobbins is now a jail an apparent white supremacist group from texas circulates fliers through candler park neighborhood the threat i feel like it's a threat as well that we're here favors tells channel two action news the flyers target again the grants were dropped other doorsteps in the middle of the night they say most of them are in the trash by monday morning federal investigators had an idea what might have caused a helicopter crash new york city to kill five passengers a federal official says the helicopter pilot believes a passenger's bag might have tripped a fuel cutoff switch before the craft fell out of the sky in into the east river warren levinson reports the flow of the chopper inflated but it's still overturned investigators will look through the victims pictures looking for clues only the pilot was able to get out of the harness in time before drowning well our secretary defense pops up and afghanistan secretary mattis went to afghantistan to reinforce momentum towards peace as he arrived in kabul mattis told reporters there's optimism and bringing the taliban and the afghan government together for reconciliation we knew look or a victory in afghanistan madison's arrival comes after the us added about eight hundred more soldiers in.
80 percent of mass shooters showed no interest in video games, researcher says
"What kids are watching and i think you may be have to take a look at today he met parents like melissa henson it the kinds of messages and images that they're putting in their minds i think they're they're seeing nightly dress rehearsals for huge acts of violence but this psychologist says we see video games are actually being used as a scapegoat for what i think might be the real causes of violence patrick markings research shows eighty percent of mass shooters did not showing interest in violent video games it seems like something that should actually make us safer so it's a total understandable reaction the problem is just the science the data does not back up that it actually have an effect but other critics point to this the appearance of weapons in video games like this remington assault rifle pictured in popular game call of duty the images come from a lawsuit by sandy hook parents who are suing remington saying the company bears responsibility for the killings of twenty six people at the school by shooter adam lanza in 2012 it was then within this younger male demographic that remington was trying to sold sold guns to attorney josh costco what we are seeing here is a what i've described as a chickens coming home to roost scenario where you saturate you sell so recklessly so many of these weapons to so much of this highrisk demographic we reached out to remington out of their gun manufacturers but did not hear back in the entertainment software association that represents the video game industry said it told the president today that numerous scientific studies show is no connection between video games and violence in fact jeff the researchers we interviewed today said that his work shows that when a new violent video games released that crime actually drops why they think possibly because kids stay at home and off the streets that's something the parents are talking and think about overall loss in a thankyou gap the state department issued a travel warning advising americans to avoid playa del carmen in mexico the resort city on the caribbean coast is a popular spring break get away mark strassmann reports the warning comes after an explosion on a ferry security camera showed a fireball as a bomb detonated ripping through a docked ferry in popular tourist destination playa del carmen last month for twenty.