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Bloomberg Radio New York
"late last year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And you're gonna hear me. All right, well, late last year, Bloomberg news reported how for Gen Z, it's daunting to think about saving investing and planning for retirement and in markets that have been in turmoil with a possible recession looming and as wages haven't kept pace with inflation and more. So let's get some thoughts on financial wellness with us as Sarah Levy, she's chief executive officer of the independent digital investment adviser. We're talking about betterment. Sarah, by the way, spent over 20 years at Viacom was COO there. She is joining us via Zoom in New York City. Hey Sarah, great to have you here with Katie and myself. What's the question, first of all, that you get most asked about in this investment environment to say it's unusual is probably an understatement. That is an understatement. Thank you so much to both of you for having me. I think probably right now the most common question is a pretty basic one, which is what should I do with my money in these volatile times? And I think that's a question being asked by investors that really at all stages of their investment journey. And so all stages of their investment journey obviously, if you think over the past two years, the retail investor was a type of investor that we got very well acquainted with. Obviously, the market environment in 2022 was much different from 2021, 2020. What is the state of the retail investor now? What are you seeing at betterment? So our philosophy in general has been sort of tried and true in terms of starting with a long-term plan, sticking to your plan, being diversified and not getting distracted by the markets. What is interesting to see right now is that there are other platforms and investment solutions that don't necessarily preach that sort of consistency. And so as you point out, in 2021, that there was a lot of excitement, sort of chasing the latest trend. We had betterment never really believed in that. And so I think by and large, we attracted a consumer who agreed with that philosophy, which was, you know, don't get don't get distracted and don't make changes when the market moves because this is a really about a long-term play. And it's about long-term savings. So if you take that as context, what we're seeing now is that we're seeing a lot more money being put into savings because it's a high yield environment and there is a lot of great rate available while people are sort of waiting out the fed and waiting to see kind of what the markets are going to do. Great, that's what I wanted to ask you. Your platform avails you a lot of information. And I was curious what were some of the dominant broader investment trends right now. So people in cash shorter investment trends basically maybe assign a big sign of risk off at this point and just kind of waiting it out. Yes, I would say for sure risk off, savings is absolutely a place people are putting their money, but retirement investing, I would say, is remaining stable. So people putting money into IRAs, people putting money into their four-o-one-ks, those remain really good sort of long-term, thinking about compounding interest and thinking about kind of tax advantaged investing. I would say is much more resilient than taxable accounts right now. Sarah, they reducing the amount of money that they're putting in their 401k or retirement accounts as a result as we talk about this kind of more cautious stance. We're not seeing that. We're seeing a very, very consistent habits in retirement accounts and what we're seeing is really a shift that money we maybe saw last year going into investing, those same dollar values are going into savings this year. And when you say going into savings, could you break down a little bit more of what that means because a conversation I have all the time is that cash earns something right now. If you're talking about treasury bills, if you're talking about money market accounts, you know, the yields there are higher than they have been in a long time. I mean, just specify what you mean by savings. That's right, yes. So I think on our platform, what we offer is a high yield cash account. So that's where we're really seeing the activity we're currently offering a 4% APY. And that's really top of market. One of the things is that the bigger banks have lower rates and that they're benefiting from this cash environment, but we see the opportunity to really pass that along to our consumers. And so it's been a really great way for our particularly for our tenured customer base, but also for new customers to kind of enter for the first time and say, I'm going to put my cash here. I'm going to get some yield, and there hasn't really been a tremendous amount of incremental yield to be gained through duration. So the idea of sort of locking up your money isn't really necessary right now in this climate because short term rates are so hot. So that's what we're seeing. Sarah, one thing I wanted to ask you, AI, you guys, generally speaking, platforms like betterment or robo advisers, no stranger to investment algorithms. The focus now on chachi PT and generative AI, what are the conversations that you guys are having around that? And whether some of the folks in your platform are like, hey, what are you doing? What does this mean
Bloomberg Radio New York
"late last year" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"So I visited a mine up in Canada late last year. It was very, very cold and Saskatchewan. Inside the mine, it's actually really hot. So, you know, because it's so deep. It's so deep underground. Right, so I'm wearing basically a parka with three other layers underneath because if you've ever been to Saskatchewan, Canada in early December or late November, it is cold. I mean, cold. And then you get down in the mine and you're in all your protective equipment, you know, so that rocks don't fall on you, nothing hurts you, you know, you have to sort of gear up and I am like sweating under all of my layers that I'm wearing because I'm in Saskatchewan, Canada. So it's like in the 80s degrees, Fahrenheit. Down in the mines. What does it look like down there? So it's interesting, I thought there would be more like lights and things. So it's actually really dark and the only lights come from like your car and your headlamp because your car. They drive around little cars down there because it's so huge. I mean, it's like miles and miles underground, and so if you're just walking, that would take a lot of time and also be not so safe to just have people wandering around down there, right? So they have, you go down this huge elevator, which everything that's down in the mine had to come down that elevator and be built underground, which is super fascinating. So all of the cars, all of the equipment, everything came down, this elevator. And then you're down there and you're surrounded by this super old rock. There's like a lot of pinks in it. So they're pulling up tons of this stuff up out of the mat. Yeah, yeah. So they've got these huge, like, boring machines that cut into the wall of The Rock makes all this noise. You wear these headphones. And around you, like the air tastes like salt because there's a high salt content of The Rock, and so it's like, it's almost like being in the ocean, you know? It's like a weird sort of, I mean, I grew up on the beach. And I was like, oh, this is kind of like being back home on the beach. And then it moves on these conveyor belts, and then they take it up above ground, and then they process it. And so you can go into their facilities where they're storing it. And it's like these huge, I mean, almost like big mountains of snow. Except it's potash. The thing about potash is the top three countries that you mine potash out of are Canada, and then it's Russia and Belarus. The U.S. and allies had already imposed sanctions on Belarus for other things before the war. And so that supply was already constrained and then you get the issues out of Russia, right? And then suddenly countries that usually wouldn't go to Canada for this stuff, like knocking on Canada's door, saying, please, please, please think of us when you are mining your potash, like we really, really, really need to secure potash. And there was another knock on effect, which is from China, but it was kind of the opposite of what was happening with Russia. Is that right? Yeah, absolutely. So China has decided to keep a lot of product in country. And there are big producers. And they're a big producer. A lot of product comes out of China. And usually there are a pretty big exporter and they have mostly stopped exporting a lot of fertilizer. And so at the same time as you had question mark, will stuff come out of Russia and we have seen very little products come out of Belarus since sanctions. You also have China saying we want to make sure that we have supply in country. And the thing about China is it's really, really hard to tell what their fertilizer stocks look like. We just don't have really an eye on the ground on that, even major companies kind of don't know what supplies in China look like. And so it's really hard to tell at what point they're going to say, okay, enough, we can just start exporting again. We don't think that's happening anytime soon. Elizabeth, please stay with me. We'll keep talking after the break. Bloomberg radio on demand and in your podcast feed. On the latest sound on podcast I talk with former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine John herst about the complex relationship between Germany and the U.S. when it comes to Ukraine. There was a little bit of a fuss about tanks in January, but by and large neither Schultz nor Biden wanted to send tanks to Ukraine. Again, a failure because there are two ten minute dealing with the Russian danger. And the reason why there was some differences that emerged publicly is that the Brits force the issue by saying they were going to send tanks. The polls also and others in Europe and that embarrassed, I would say The White House and and the chance to re in Germany. And then the Biden administration for the first time began to push the Germans to send the leopards. And the Germans don't insist that they would only send lay a part if we sent our tanks the atoms. So at that point in time, a difference emerged between the two. But both were preferred not to send the tanks, which again would be a serious error. They're refuting that now, you know, Germany says we never had a mandate that you have to send Abrams tanks, but it was widely reported to your point that that's exactly what happened. I guess now that the tanks are in place though, is this a chance for these two to rebuild or is it not about that ambassador? Was there a relationship to begin with? The relationship again has been fairly strong. I think the Biden administration as soon as they took power privilege the Germans at the expense of our own interests. We saw that on the Nord stream two project, which despite multiple Russian violations of commitments that we said they needed to make, we allowed that project to proceed because the Germans wanted it only it only died after the Russians launched their big invasion. Here the full conversation on
AP News Radio
Senate passes stopgap funding bill, avoiding shutdown
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the Senate Senate passes passes a a stop stop gap gap funding funding bill bill avoiding avoiding a a government government shutdown shutdown the the threat threat of of a a late late year year federal federal government government shutdown shutdown was was averted averted Thursday Thursday night night as as Congress Congress passed passed a a stopgap stopgap spending spending bill bill that that funds funds the the government government through through February February eighteenth eighteenth the the Senate Senate passed passed the the measure measure late late Thursday Thursday with with Majority Majority Leader Leader Chuck Chuck Schumer Schumer boasting boasting I'm I'm happy happy to to let let the the American American people people know know that that government government remains remains open open the the bill bill passed passed sixty sixty nine nine twenty twenty eight eight despite despite a a bid bid by by Republican Republican senator senator Mike Mike Lee Lee of of Utah Utah to to block block the the measure measure to to show show opposition opposition to to Biden Biden administration administration vaccine vaccine rules rules I I am am for for my my colleagues colleagues please please join join me me in in voting voting to to protect protect the the American American worker worker earlier earlier the the house house advanced advanced the the bill bill with with representative representative Adam Adam Kinzinger Kinzinger of of Illinois Illinois the the lone lone Republican Republican voting voting for for the the measure measure the the bill bill now now goes goes to to president president Joe Joe Biden Biden for for his his signature signature Mike Mike Crossey Crossey up up Washington Washington
"late last year" Discussed on WTVN
"All right, Good afternoon. Welcome in Mark Blazer, along with Josh Cease So moments ago reports coming in comedian actor Norm MacDonald has died at the age of 61. Um, as we know, you know, he was on Saturday night Live, you know, back when it was funny, Uh, he was on there. He's in a bunch of movies. And this is interesting. Because immediately I'm like, what, like you think didn't accident happened or what have you But he has been, I guess secretly battling cancer. And they say that it's you know has been, um, mostly under the radar. I mean, I I hadn't heard anything about this. Josh and I both Well, well, I walk in into the office, and he's like, man, you know, nor McDonald and then you know, he was like I had no idea. It was bound like me either. I don't think I don't think a lot of people had Any kind of inkling that he was battling cancer. Um, but he said he wanted to keep his health issues private. You never wanted to diagnosis to affect the way the audience or any of his loved one saw him. You know, I guess if, as he was performing and so on, I'm not seeing anything. As far as when, uh any any kind of a cancer diagnosis took place, So I don't know how long he was battling it. There is I can't even find him on. I saw him on something. Excuse me, either earlier this year or late last year. You would have never known Absolutely would have never known It's unbelievable. Yeah, I can't again find anything with regard to how long he had been battling it. Um So yeah, man, Incredibly sad for the world of comedy. Because he truly was a funny guy. He was. I mean, he could really just read from the dictionary and make you laugh. He was Not a shock comedian. Correct. He wasn't a physical comedian. He but his delivery, his deadpan, dry sense of humor and just the way he would say things. I mean, he was a legend. He gave one of the greatest roasts of all time, uh, years ago. And I just, uh if you'll remember on Saturday night live they did. And you know a jeopardy And that was when will Ferrell played Alex Trebek and he was he was turned Ferguson. Here's what It sounded like. Okay, Go ahead. Go ahead. Back again. Burt Reynolds in a commanding.
KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"late last year" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"All non visa holders have been barred from entering Japan since late last year. And that's free. Bm Arosa reporting from Tokyo. North Korea says it successfully tested newly developed long range cruise missiles. The weekend tests underscore how the country continues to expand its military capabilities. I met a stalemate in nuclear negotiations with the United States, the North called its new missiles, a strategic weapons of great significance. Wording that implies they were developed with the intent to arm them with nuclear warheads. North Korea says it Needs nuclear weapons in order to deter Hostility from the United States and South Korea. Japan says it has significant concerns about the development. Tom Cruise Dale reports from Japan. The move suggests Pyongyang is continuing to expand its military capabilities as a stalemates in nuclear negotiations With the U. S. Continues, the North hailed its new missiles as a strategic weapon of great significance that meets leader Kim Jong UN's called to strengthen the country's military might Talks between the U. S and North Korea have stalled since the collapse of a summit between then President Donald Trump and Mr Kim in 2019. Mr Kim's government has so far rejected moves from the Biden administration for dialogue. Demanding that Washington abandoned its hostile policies first. Tom Cruise, Dale in Japan more from reporter Nick Harper and Washington. North Korea says the missile is capable of hitting much of Japan, the country's first long range weapon, which also has the ability to carry a nuclear warhead..
The Weekly Planet
"late last year" Discussed on The Weekly Planet
"It. Don't beautiful yeah. I just thought you might have been an adult. I've also been enjoying the cadre. Crunchy refer but we appreciate the book. You do a lot of guys do because you physiology. I love games. I've not one. That's like hugely into like the ones you got to dedicate so much time to like the mario so tightly know that kind of stuff is like gonna switch off earlier in the year late last year every now and then i'll fire up the Mario sixty four through that. That's a tough game. Man it is mechanically this broken heart at one three deal stock collection. I'll be doing Galaxy every now. That's fucking amazing. Time what have i been doing. I watched guy ritchie's new movie wrath of man we. Jason statham it good. He's done it again. Sommeil it's disappointed. Because these lots of i'm was signed bad drug dealing and matthew gentleman which white locked and the felt like early two thousands jason statham action and yes netflix. At those like tried to be a bit twisty but it wasn't very interesting and it's fine. I these aladdin. If.
Gadget Lab Podcast
"late last year" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"The last segment of our show where we all gave our recommendations for things that we want everybody to enjoy adrian. You get to go first. What's your recommendation. So just in this past week there have been like this whole slew of articles about how this summer is just going to be a hot mess for everyone you don't we don't even nobody even knows what they're going to be doing lake so my recommendation is for everybody to just chill out and get themselves a two piece bathing suit to people on it wired have bought this on on-base wear a two piece bathing suits. A women owned company recycled and they fit. They fit really well. They stay on you know. I don't even know what you're going to be doing with your vaccinated summer but my recommendation is a swimsuit. That's actually going to stay on so very nice. Should i go to pieces. That is that your advice. Yes and then you can. We'll all wear matching pieces out to branch. Mike it's going to be awesome julian. What's your recommendation. So i hate wires which is kind of weird working at wired but generally when. I'm organized my desk. I have a very. I have a system where i try to hide as many wires as a canon used to. Just use this Hundred dollar desks. That i bought a house on used duct tape to hide all the wires behind the walls again. Terrible because that'll peel off your paint. So instead i got I'm testing currently this Desk from this company called secret lab. They make gaming chairs and other. You know home furniture equipment. This new desk though is sort of designed to hide and help you hide all of wires and there's different accessories that you can get with magnets that you can. Just click onto the underside of the desk. And all that just makes it easy to hide everything and make it. Look very wireless and very clutter free. And i am all about that. I feel like every six months. I've just changing how something looks on my desk. So this desk for me is something. That's just like peace of mind. I didn't have to use that tape. I didn't feel off any paint. So it is. Unfortunately though it's a little pricey it's It's believed three ninety nine for the large version of there is going to be a slightly cheaper one for a smaller vision later. Down the road but secret lab. Magnus desk and i'll be writing something up for that. Unwise dot com soon enough. It's quite handsome. It has all these channels in it. It's kinda cool for like running all your cables. I assume right yeah as different channels and you can still certain amount stuff finishes even monitor amounted to it and even that just looks much better on this desk rather than other desks were kind of forces you to create some space on the back side of the desk. So all around. It just makes it look much prettier and also you can get a light strip if that's your thing. All right well. Adrian is recommending the Something for the hot mess summer jillian recommending something for the work from home summer part to lauren. What's your condition. So i don't really have a recommendation for your hawks. Summer though i fully support the idea of it. I would say that you should go checkout tom. Simon nights profile in wired of tim. Nick gebru tim. Nick abreu was a google researcher. She was working on ethical a. I am an outspoken critic of some of google's issues with its i products and she was ousted from google late last year under really bizarre circumstances and since then other people from the epochal. Ai group at google have either been fired or have left in protest of what happens and tom. Sawyer is excellent. i really underscores. I think some of the internal problems that google but also some of the broader issues that we are facing is just kind of You know proliferates and effects our experiences and technology and gabriel is one of the most i think high profile black women in in a in research and she's just absolutely go read this story so that's my recommendation. It's it's kinda shameless plug of wired but go read tom. Simonize story out this week about tim. Montgomery in wired -solutely hard hard second recommendation over here mike. What's your recommendation. this week. All right i am going to recommend something that is going to make your life much better if you are a twitter user who uses the web version of twitter which is most people who use twitter. I assume So i just this on the desktop. It's a browser extension. It's called a twitter and it's from the developer..
"late last year" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Him and I'm left the regional devastation of those opportunities aren't there And there's not being brought in. So I guess for me The lack of understanding, I guess from outside immediately. They want to know why the region is so hell bent on the return of those jobs because of the warm thing that ever really brought sustainable income and outside that opportunity and a lot of ways, hope. In Appalachia. Yeah. Let's hear some more of your music. You came out with two albums late last year, cutting grass volume one and two. This one is called Hobo cartoon was I was right Steam train. Right out of pages of town down through the older or in 20 for the fallen 1920 now Back in Haiti Railroad Before air plans fluttered and color me in lack cartoon hobo doing what bombs used to do. You wrote that song with Merle Haggard. But he died in 2016. You gotta explain how that song came about. That song. Actually, Moral wrote the lyrics while he was in the hospital bed, probably knowing he was at the end of the life and he was still writing song just laying there, and he sent me that song via text message NCM from one railroad or to another..
"late last year" Discussed on Healthcare360
"Of course that also means they can take funds out at any time they can do whatever jiggery-pokery they want to make for example Where your money starts to increase in value if you don't spend it in time so they can do all sorts of fancy things once they have it on digital chain like that on that's tied directly to the central bank then by the way can also monitor every transaction. You make in real time knowing exactly what you spend your money on. With whom at what time in one place. So they can control down that level of detail. That is the vision of the future. They're working on behind the scenes right now and as i say behind the scenes doesn't even mean conspiratorially really they talk about it quite openly and i pointed for example in a report that i did last year to an imf meeting that took place. Virtually of course in this age of covid last late last year where you had for example. The governor of the federal reserve at that time jerome powell and the director of the bank for international settlements against in carstensz and some other central bankers talking about the implementation of digital currency central bank digital currencies. And how they're going to implement this ties into what. You're talking about with regards to cryptocurrencies in a fashion. That i've described before i did. A report called the bitcoin up which was all about how essentially the public is being conditioned to take all of these terms blockchain cryptocurrency and bitcoin central bank digital currency and just basically smooshed them altogether. It's all the same thing so that eventually when the public hears that all we're going to get this digital wallet with the federal reserve and we're gonna get our fed coin or whatever they call it and most people will be like. Oh is this that new grip. Oh currency i've been hearing so much about. Oh great okay. Not realizing that. The fundamental point of the original bitcoin white paper for example in two thousand nine was to bypass central banks. I of course this was a direct response and was treated as such by the cryptocurrency community at that time a direct response to the chaos and havoc that the central bank said overseas in the two thousand eight crisis and collapse and the obvious writing on the wall that the system is not sustainable. This is not going to work. We need a way of transacting without this central bank created money. What can we do. That was the original impetus that most people in that early cryptocurrency community got into the space four since that time. Of course it's become about the investors and people looking to make a quick buck off a quick trade so it's obviously lost that ethos of trying desperately to get around the central banking infrastructure and now is all about kyc and compliance. You have to fill out forms with seven forms of photo. Id and a bit of your dna in order to get your wallet or whatever completely undermining the entire idea of cryptocurrency but that is the way it's being introduced to the public and as i say it's type of sigh up in which they're going to basically replace all of that with your handy dandy easy to use federal reserve supplied digital currency. Here you go..
"late last year" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Isolation. Finally got to Janet get to Nick in her husband and two teenage kids late last year. So in December, when friends invited the Glendale family to join an afternoon barbecue, they eagerly accepted. We just go. Okay. We've been home all this time, You know, let's just go few hours and come back The day after the gathering, the host came down with fever. A test confirmed Cove in 19. Within two weeks, Janet's husband and kids got mild cases of the disease while her blood oxygen plummeted to dangerously low levels. And few days later, I had to go to the hospital. Treatment included an I V drip of the antiviral drug, grim death, severe and constant monitoring things normally done in the hospital. So it surprised Janet when her doctor at Adventist Health offered to move all her care home to be monitored. Virtually it was even better than the hospital am, they're constantly reaching out. It's time for you to do your vitals. It's time for you to take your medications. Doctors and nurses at a command center nearly 200 miles away, manage Janet scare as part of a new federal effort aimed at freeing up hospital beds during public health emergencies. Under the model about 60 illnesses, including covered 19 qualify for home treatment. So heart failure, pneumonia, skin infections, those air all patient populations we can safely care for in the home. Dr. Margaret Paulson leads the Mayo Clinics, new home based care program in rural Wisconsin. Paulson says once her patients understand that home care does not mean less care. They eagerly embrace it, especially for patients who have been in the hospital a lot to know that they can actually go home and sleep in their own bed and be with their family and have their pets by their side. It's just really reassuring. And studies suggest at home care provides better outcomes for patients and cost less to provide the traditional inpatient care. Dr. Kavita Patel is a physician and health policy fellow at the Brookings Institution. This is actually a higher level of touch from physicians and advanced practitioners. 24 7 monitoring and regular video conferencing is augmented by twice daily in person visits by nurses and other health workers who provide basic care such a zanna biotics. It can't be given virtually this isn't just sending. You know Mom or dad to the bedroom, Patel says. It's the technology infrastructure. That's key, including for patients, WiFi phones, ipads and wearable devices with emergency call buttons. Rafael Brickowski is co founder of Medically Home, the tech company that supports at home programs for the Mayo Clinic at Venice, Health and others. Another selling point. He says no facility transfers s patients heal. We stay with the patient until they're fully recovered. And that averages anywhere from 20 to 30 days, sometimes longer, so we substitute not just for the hospital. But for all the care that follows. Still, not every patient is a fit. They have to live within 30 minutes of emergency care. They also need to high speed Internet and, says Patel. They can't be too sick. This can't be something where it's so complicated that you are Monitoring a patient worried that they could crash and need to be in the ICU within minutes, but for moderate covered 19 and dozens of other condition, she says acute hospital carrot home now offered in 30 states is likely to become a more common option for the California report. I'm Stephanie O'Neill. And finally this morning, Let's consider the night sky and the beauty of darkness On a clear evening. Thousands of stars can be visible to the naked eye. But light pollution from cities and towns can overwhelm the grandeur of the heavens and make the night sky look kind of dull and washed out. Well, some places are fighting back. San Diego County Mountain town of Julian has just been certified as an official dark sky community by the International Dark Sky Network. That means Julian has put in place measures to cut down its light pollution, like promoting the use of special bulbs and light timers to reduce needlessly harsh glare. Julian is only the 13th community to get the official dark sky designation and the second in California. The other is nearby Beret Go Springs. Support for.
"late last year" Discussed on ConCiencia Podcast
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The Agostinho Zinga Show
"late last year" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show
"Everything early this year but by but now it seems that the strategy is conveniently serving another purpose. Shouldn't be taken away from his critics and for taking on responsibility for the actions disrupted berlin. Founder brenda washer. Sorry he took at the following. Where knocked ambulances november particular has had a giant production of of several days by keep hearing about off the house and about off the house and off the part is there so house like many berliners worship were shut why why have preserved why was of separate celebrities were flown in from several red countries and in some cases the five day quarantine was observed. Of course it wasn't this actually got here. She got the best of heavy he is. Who's that guy. It doesn't matter the continue Voice really events. As i saw house made its way onto twitter and instagram with weekend particularly has come under increasing fire. The event is being dubbed iconic slap in the face of the whole city a number. Are you kidding me. The whole country's a terrible odor for months and now in end november scientific fashion corporation. Things that this is the thing to do. Many calling particularly to reactivate a social media channel citrus controversy the label the social media late last year carrying owner francois. Holy explain the mutu. Wd saying it's not disappearing for social networks as merely using them differently has decided in line with his positioning to lean more into Funds by giving them the material they need to talk about the brand through various social networks. By letting them speak to the brad robinson. Doing it a wise beef cells when we can win that you're took about anyway. Hire somebody t has reached after particularly for comment. I guess so far. It's radio silence. And then of course you've got lows of accounts of people you got pictures of course of people arriving of Showed you'll these already got. Burn a boy. There virgil scepter. And you're slow tie you go. Another article haircuts. The original visor that going in tearing into tearing into them as well. So everybody's basically kicking a minute saying hey. This is really not cool. And then you've got this screen. Show here from. I guess. A personal works house kind of outlining their experience at the following. Hey i'm pulsa house berlin. I would love to stay ninety minutes. I was there during the lawsuit. Weeks win protectiveness and stayed there systems to say here..
Anything But Idle
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Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast
"late last year" Discussed on Harvesting Nature’s Wild Fish and Game Podcast
"You got your host here. Justin townes in in a. I'm joined by very special guests who i'm going to introduce in just a moment First off i want to give some Some updates about what's going on in the world of harsh nature so real quick. We put the finishing touches on a on our alligator film. If you go back over to our youtube channel enroll back a little bit. You see that. We just started our adventures for food. Film series and released are antelope film and in next up the the block. We have a our alligator hunts from late last year. And we're going to go through that it's gonna be great adventure outside of that. Not real many updates for me doing little flats fishing this week. Coming up in. Try to get out for some redfish in permit. Do a little catching cook. If i can hopefully don't jinx myself but We'll see what happens. We did recently create a facebook community groups so go check that out While fishing game podcast while fishing game community. That's over on facebook Hit join get your info on that and then as always like what we're putting out you can buy a coffee Clicked linked down the show. Notes three bucks helps us out. Helps fuel those long nights. A podcast editing in clashing away on the keyboard so we thank you to all those supporters who have contributed. I won't spend too long on on going on with me because we have an awesome guests said so our guest. Today is the author to cookbooks. He's been featured in numerous publications including california waterfowl magazine south carolina waterfowl associations waterfowl and wetlands in cooking wild magazine. He is the cooking editor for ducks unlimited. Any hosts the show on sportsman channel. Called dead me please. Welcome to the harvest nature while fishing game. Podcast sporting chef scott lace. Welcome sir the debate here us happy to have you everybody's gonna learn real quick Obviously that we're gonna discuss eating invasive species because i looking at some of the work you've done on dead. Meet some of the other things. I've seen Y- you're kind of a a growing expert in this field. So i felt this is the twenty year anniversary of the sporting chef. Tv show what you can find on sportsman channel but you know since we started dead meat seven or eight years ago. That's all anybody wants to talk about. They wanna talk and nobody wants to know the best thing i've ever eaten. They want to know the worst thing but the debt needs show has. It's been really cool because it's not it's not about me. It's about some of the people that we need out there. That actually like possum possum. No reason eight boss. I'm telling you people that. tell me. i really love possum. I don't think they've ever eaten chicken. Yeah i'm trying to think so. Grown up I grew up in oklahoma. And you know you hear stories about all the various things people eat like my grandmother told me growing up that she a various critters. I think i don't know if possum ever made the listener raccoon was in there. She her complaint was. It was always bit too greasy for her taste. So but if you like dark stringy greasy mate. You'll love record. Well that answers that question. So outside of sort of your introduction Can you tell us a little bit about yourself in sort of how you got into cooking wild fishing as you. You've been doing it doing it for a while. I've you know appeal. They're up there one of the greats in my book for sure. Yeah i'm the l l being i think of Of cooking mine is not a well planned career path. I was i've i've always had finished and cooked..
Cyber Security Weekly Podcast
The Big Biz of Cryptocrime with Kim Grauer, Head of Research at Chainalysis
"Sharing some highlights of us on the twenty. Twenty one crypto crime report won't just kick off with some headline numbers from the reports. So you look that. The overall crypto transactions for twenty nineteen and versus twenty twenty so for twenty nine thousand nine hundred about one trillion dollars and this jump to about three trillion in twenty twenty. So which is three times and as you pointed out in the report pandemic has clearly not slow down the demand for crypto currencies but it seemed to have slowed down the illicit transactions volume so in one thousand nine hundred and the volume was about twenty one billion in twenty twenty this foul to ten billion so half the size of one thousand nine hundred half volume rather so is that good news. Thanks for the question and one of the most exciting things about the annual crypto crime report is that we get to query one data set and look at the trends across all different types of cryptocurrency activity and put it into kind of one high level number which you just referred to and there is has been a major decline in the amount of the listed activity that we saw between twenty nine thousand nine hundred and twenty twenty and one of the logical things to conclude. Is that the crimes going down. And that's a result of all of these efforts that were all putting on in terms of trying to make things clear on the regulatory side and and that is definitely a big part of the story to some degree. But it's really important to drill down into the trends within each type of criminal activity and the major reason why we saw such a steep decline from twenty nineteen to twenty twenty was actually really because of one major trend which revolved around scam. Scamming was the main type of criminal activity which declined between two thousand nineteen twenty twenty and that specifically because twenty nineteen was actually a major outlier year. Scamming where we saw the problem. You may have heard of it. The ponzi scheme plus token which took off throughout twenty nineteen and was shut down in middle to late. Year was one of the biggest ponzi schemes. On record there were billions of dollars scammed from millions of different people. And it was really just an outlier event. So you know yes. Criminal activity went down. But it really was because of the absence of that one major outlier event and then beyond that. We also do like to emphasize that. It's also important to look at the sub trends within each different type of category as well. So what's happening dark marketplace's what's happening with ransomware. An each of those has a trend and they definitely didn't decline like the way scam
New Pod Flow
"late last year" Discussed on New Pod Flow
"Like surprise. Look about her brother in here to sit but he said we say she got daddy issues with getting fucked over the united. Hey man oh girl. Got that five sons. What would what would you do of your your son. My son was what girl hip dan. My girlfriend is just fucking all over the united states is he married and what is now because man. You can't tell because in my in my opinion in my personal opinion you ain't gonna be able to tell some you're not going to be able to give certain people vice minister especially a murray person like that. I feel like they might be committed to another level girlfriend. Only bitch alone it takes to a clinic fucking tested like oh and hopefully he got some so you. So that'd be the lesson sima fucker here take his big ass worse. Peel and go to life. Gonna turn your bushman. I don't know man. I the same dude right here. I mean he's he's taken s. We'd ask when she comes back. He's diving right in there. Probably falling away through a hot dog down a hallway given awale addicting wail. Swallow that person. Hold what did you see that having late last year did. Ucsd man okay. I look look look upside but you gotta see this man somebody. They was Whale watching these. They was watching whales and loci ickes and whale jumped up and swallow. Oh camera did he get. They got out they. They got to lose this. They look at israel on the on the right to rewind it. Wait are we sure or did he just fall out now. He's swallowed the whole boat. Swallow white people. Still adventurers adam. I'm sorry like why. Why sitting in small small enough to fit. It is looking down at wales. Why people do it. I mean we try to mc jamaica. On our honeymoon i mean. We'll switch on right at this saying stupid shit that that's did like confirms it. Yeah like they got. They got him. You don't like kayaking. I could do a word like the fish. don't get as big as like a catfish fork or whatever we. I mean black people we have to. We have to be adventures by nature. You know what i'm saying. Because we pray by nature we are so we phrase like yeah. We're pray by nature. So i mean we just kind of live adventurously when a cop gets behind me. My heart starts racing. You know what i'm saying. I don't know what's do happen. Not they got out. There's even they uploaded a video where the people who got swallow. Let's say they got wali's searches that look to see if it's also okay find. It will feel hungry still. Did you see where you'll find a way to see day about. Easter is giving a twenty thousand dollars reward to find out who scraped trump scrape trump on mandy. Amen listed. listen the month. Like i. Like what charlemagne said about this. You know what. Money engraved with the name trump on a fucking vanity. They scraped trump on the manatees back. It's a little like sea. Lions slaves types of thing. Platypus on a seal had a baby or some shit. Yeah you know you know like the sea. Cows took a pitch. Yes and charlemagne said whoever video that in manatee with trump on his back is the one that did it. And i who else you ain't gonna just bump into a fucking in fucking see and see trump on his back home. And how did this happen like come on come on but the big ups today batista to you know donate money. My guy batista bomb. Yeah.
"late last year" Discussed on KOMO
"Detected late last year in the UK and parts of Africa has made its way here goals. Brian Calvert has more with local doctors and their warnings about what this new covert threat. Does best case numbers have been climbing since the holidays. But there's another concern today a new strain. It's a variant of covert 19 that can be fought with the vaccine. But since the process of injecting Washingtonians is in its infancy, Dr Paul Pottenger warns, Don't let your guard down. Not for a minute. This strain does seem to be more likely to cause infection. Ben We've been dealing with up till now, and it spreads easier and faster. And for these reasons, the professor at the UW School of Medicine is lobbying for even stricter rules to keep us safe. His counterpart over the U. W Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation isn't going there just yet. I'm relying on people in Washington to do their part if we see cases and going up Still, Dr Alley mock Dad says this new strain is very real and that the state and the rest of the country needs to get more on the offensive about identifying new strains. Or they entered the country. Brian Calvert camo news. We have a better idea about who will be next in line to get the cove in 19 vaccine That includes a lot more people than we first thought. Cobbles Keith Eldritch explains, assumes the vaccinations of health care workers of those in long term care settings are well taken care of. In a few weeks, the state says it's ready to move with group One B and include everyone over the age of 70 and everyone 50 and older in multigenerational households. 25 is a pretty high age to start with. We're gonna be missing group. Especially racial and ethnic groups that maybe have lower life is M Express expectancies. We also really wanted to look at those multigenerational households play for families that are caring for elders in their home. Next in what's called to be high risk critical workers, 50 years of age and older who work in certain congregate settings. Agriculture, food processing, cross restores K through 12 teachers and school staff. Childcare corrections Public transit fire in law enforcement. The target is sometime in February. Next just three be with March being the target People 16 years of age and older with two arm or co morbidity, Zor underlying conditions on then four Be higher is critical. Workers under 50 in the same congregate setting says to be People, staff and volunteers in congregate settings, corrections group homes and for people with disabilities that those experiencing homelessness, the state health secretary says they want this to be an orderly process so they don't see what's happening elsewhere in the country, People overwhelming systems or folks that are waiting in lines for vaccines. And and potentially putting those individuals at risk While they're waiting to get vaccinated. That's also something we're weighing, and we're balancing. The state health secretary says that the again they're not gonna be ready to go with this next group for another few weeks. So be patient about it. But also the State Department health and the local providers is still trying to iron out the delivery system because they're still way behind, delivering only a fraction of the doses that are available to them. 1 100 Buckley. Keith Eldridge, Come on here in person Learning resumes next week for some elementary school kids in the Puyallup School district. We get the update live from Kemal's Carleen Johnson Well, the district released the schedule yesterday for students up to sixth grade to return in person starting next Tuesday. For the youngest kids. It's going to be a hybrid schedule, they will go in person two days a.
"late last year" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Remember a couple of the good ones? Somebody said Lori Laughlin going to prison? Well, Felicity Huffman, she served her was that late last year? I'd have to look because the scandal technically was 2019 Laurie logs. So, um Aunt Becky behind bars. Okay, This is just kind of the quirky things that you'll remember. Maybe that's why should have phrased it. That's okay. Though. But a lot of people want to know why. Hey, we had two calls. I got, like three or four texts. We went to Hawaii went to Hawaii isn't how did Lulu everybody did it? January February early march before everything changed, But somebody did say, I remember going to Disney World or Disney Land. Whatever it was Early in January, and it will never be the same again. If it is, it's gonna be a while. Yet you think about all those all those those amusement parks attractions? Nothing is going to be the way it was a year ago at this time for quite a while, even when they do reopen, so And even when it does, it's still gonna be on our mind, right? I think most of us was gonna have it to some respect. Some degree rather, you know, for a while having around in my mind the first time that even the first time like Once we're able to go to sporting events again, or you're you're able to go to your trance. Separate orchestra concert again, Jordan You'll be thinking about could be like man. Look at all these people here. It's like when you flew the first time you flew after 9 11. It took several flights, maybe a few years to each their own until you didn't you didn't think about 9 11 as you're sitting there on an airplane, right? I think it's gonna be the exact same way for this. I think mask wearing will be ingrained in our society Now. I don't think people will Not wear a mask. You know, for the next maybe 45 years. That's just my opinion. I really don't see how that will go away anytime soon. Yeah, I Yeah. And to think how crazy it was. I said this the other day, didn't I? A year ago. At this time, I've got this sitting here right here When I get up and leave. I have this mascot Ah, year ago. Like this time, if you and I, we may have been working together Could Stevie she takes this week off? I would have had this. I'm pulling my mask. Get up during a break. Run to the restroom. Whenever I put this thing on, and you would have caught a glimpse of me you've been like, Who's this crazy guy? Why is Scott wearing a man? Why are you wearing that mask? Just That was a year ago. And now we don't give it a second thought. But you're right. I think we're going to continue to see these and some volume for the foreseeable future. It's not right,.
News Radio 920 AM
"late last year" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Salesforce dot com agreed to buy slack late last year. Merger of Fiat, Chrysler and Peugeot parent P s. A group is nearly a done deal. Shareholders approved the deal that will create the world's fourth largest carmaker when it closes later this month. The combined company will be called still on tits. Healthcare venture started by Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and G. P. Morgan is dissolving Haven was formed in 2018 to attack soaring costs, but has been largely silent for some time. No reason was given for ending the venture. Larry Kaskey Bloomberg Radio Hour I Heart Radio Music Festival brought the biggest artists and music back together for two nights of live performances. You'll never forget. They plugged in and played loud superstar collaboration, powerful performances, iconic covered state of the art virtual technology. While I heard radio listeners experienced it all live as it happened from the first ever video fan wall. See for yourself How much our must see I Heart Radio Music Festival Thursday. Day at eight on the CW. Providence NewsRadio, 9 20 won all 47 F m. And your question is no. Roger that. This'll.
Around the Horn
Top 2021 draft prospects may bail on 2020 college football season
"All right that he's heard. College officials quietly talked about maybe approaching the NFL. Disease may be moved back to draft thought there is. Unsurprisingly, not interested from the NFL. That would be Spring College football in the Athletic Ben Standing, talking to agents, many think top prospects would bail. To season with push the spring Franken firesale. Tony let's face it the DNA. Out there and play, but I think the smart thing to do remember Leonard for net after the second season we were saying you know what don't play third year. Just wait hold out and wait for the NFL roll around I. Think the same thing for Trevor Lawrence. He's only going to hurt himself if he plays that late year. Speed. The only thing that would be good about this would be that time between when they stop playing and the draft when everybody decides that all of the not playing in the middle, there is important to how they'll be drafted. I'm ready to get done with that, but I do think people like Trevor Lawrence and others are GonNa realize that this could be a very messy. And the likelihood of looking worse than they did last year is much higher than looking better.
CNBC's Fast Money
Bond yields continue to fall after the Fed cuts rates
"Big half percent rate cut by the Fed this morning doing very little to calm markets. Maybe exaggerating the selling. The Dow giving up more than half of Monday's gains at the end of the day. Down Seven eighty-five keep this in mind. The Dow is now down thirty five hundred points from its highs of less than one month ago stocks of course a story but the big story of the day was the bond market holy bond yields continuing to fall on the tenure in fact that free fall right at two PM eastern time. We were at zero point. Nine nine percent drawing is not good but you get the point under one percent on that benchmark ten year note we have never seen that before buyers not just coming into bonds. They also flocked into gold and the gold mining stocks. The precious metal up three percent. The gold miners even more. The one of the big gold mining index is up five percent today. Now if you remember if you tuned in last night we hope you did everybody around the desk so that they were not buying into the gains. In fact Goddamn me. I believe you said we rallied. Thirty one twenty five on the S. and P. Five hundred probably fail you nailed it my friend. What do you think of the markets now and more importantly what do you think of what the Fed did appreciate that? That was just sort of a math problem. And we sort of put it out there in terms of where could've traded up to and fell and again around the deck. We were collectively skeptical. And and I'll say this Dan. Nathan's been on. This yields have been going lower long before corona virus was the thing. Gold has been going higher long before kroner buyers thing. This just sped up the move. We also said that at a certain point in the yield curve. Certain point ten year yields. You'RE GONNA hit point of diminishing marginal returns in terms of what it means for the broader market and I thought that was around one point four percent in the tenure that's proved to be somewhat correct terms of the Fed. You know we only have an hour and can rail against them for at least five but they are totally missed the boat. They've become completely beholden to the market. And now the market is completely in charge. It's it's sort of a scary thing. One percent ten year yield. United States is not a healthy environment. You think in any way Tim that what the Fed did exacerbating the seller. Go home tonight and say. Don't worry honey I stuck stocked up on ammunition and fire extinguisher. I mean and you're GonNa what happened. Did they spook us well? It certainly didn't build confidence. And in fact. In the communique we had from the G. Seven from central banks earlier in the day was kind of nondescript in a more fake as you might expect but at least it showed some coordination in at least showed some ready to when when you when you cut it fifty with fiscal behind it with no plan and just some senses that were actually trying to play the psychological game with the market the market that knows and expects a need psychol- psychology from the Fed. It totally backfired and again for for to get any follow through right now. That's going to make a difference for the market. You need fiscal packages with China. Came out with a couple of days ago one point two percent of GDP begins to make sense even though that's just the beginning here so when you think about the market today we've talked about the market for as much as equities have done the thirty day move in the ten year from Iraq. Just right at one. Eighty down did where we are. Today is historic by any measure. And you either have to say. Equities are way too expensive with bonds here leaving aside how we value stocks. Or what's happened in the bond market is actually offsides in pretty perversely low. Well it's offsides the Fed Kinda lost last summer when they decided that they were gonNA start cutting rates for the first time in ten years when they did with the stock market at all time highs with the trump administration on a daily basis talking about how solid footing our economy was on so whatever they were calling it a mid cycle adjustment. That's where they lost their credibility. Now I know guy thinks that they lost it a long time ago but there was no reason for that and that fueled that kind of late year stock rally that we had coupled with whatever. You WanNa call it the repeal with I guess what I find really interesting is here. I'm not particularly panicked about this corona virus. And then when you think about what's going on here I mean the market was gonNA correct one way or another. It's just giving a bit of an excuse but the market should have never been close to thirty four hundred and the S. and P. Five hundred. So where are we right now? Where do we close today? Right at three thousand. That's where the S. and P. Five hundred broke out in late October when the feds started kind of expanding their balance sheet and after they had the benefit of three consecutive twenty five basis point rate cuts and. I'll just pick one of the point. You know whatever you WANNA call it an emergency preemptive. These cuts my history watching this and watching stock markets. You go back to two thousand and one when they had surprise rate cuts will you know what the stock market got cut in half in two thousand one to its lows in two thousand and two and then you go back to two thousand seven two thousand eight when they started doing surprise? Emergency rate cuts in between meetings and again the S. and P. Five hundred got cut in half so the market does not really love these sorts of things that I think that you know it was pretty. Well telegraphed
Could There Be Life? This Newfound 'Super-Earth' May Be Habitable
"Heart radio at the right now something completely different and getting lost in space for the week see exactly what is transpiring a guy who knows from space dot com he's Mike wall welcome back to the big one seven hundred W. O. W. how you doing good how are you doing I'm doing well it right now with this crazy news which is all to regularly taking place here and around planet earth I think maybe word about this but super earth they could be habitable probably not reachable in my lifetime but man maybe it might be it might be a good place to escape besides like the hills of Preble county or someplace like that to to avoid the crazy tell me what this or super earth like planet is a where it is and how the hell do we get there yeah well there are a bunch of these worlds you know we're we're certain club learn their points to the use the use we have planned it better but it took a little bit bigger than like maybe twice is massive up like ten times as well and we don't really know what they're like exactly thank you for that might be water world covered completely with with some sort of like what someone might have that that would be more like miniature person keep the of Neptune Uranus it's it's it's it's kind of plant that we don't have an oral know what they look like yeah they're they're they're a couple ones that were found recently and they're relatively close by and so yeah on the Hubble bone of their stars and so they they might be able to strike with with water yeah we we just don't know but probably anywhere at this point still trust struggling kind of to get back to the moon so the reality is trying to get to one of these other yeah is at least sounds cool but really to get there what do you think yeah the user at yeah they have a different minimum money doesn't the host of the late years and that trillions and trillions of wild birds with new news to within forty thousand miles so I mean even like the very close to the super who's gonna be out of reach too up for a long time that's a bummer I mean is leaving a vacation would be nice I'm still on that that one way to get in there are people who would probably pay that one way flight to Mars I I think I would take for humanity want to be able to do some research and help I can get the I heart radio app hopefully I'd be a little bit delayed probably from here to there that's okay once the once the stream started I'd be in good shape I can listen to William McConnell and in my voice alone in any Iraqi that you know if the trouble instead podcast and then you got some stuff at space dot com to be cool to check out as well some other stuff going on in the news consequence in space and so forth that I I think it's just crazy interesting they found and I don't know why this is so surprising because and I don't know how much of it is the people who send me information about flat earth stuff but apparently people used to think that the galaxy might be flat they've now found that pay surprisingly the galaxy and fled either yeah it's not like a work to it like death like a little bit of a curve to it which which is kind of surprising that we've all seen pictures of of these beautiful spiral galaxies like our own Milky Way right we can't get a year like that of the Milky Way because for the middle of it but there are other spiral but we can see that it's very much like our own and yet they actually you look really flat rate look at this and so some people just kind of assume that that's what the book you will expect to but it's it's stuck with weird worked on it then yeah I mean it's just another reminder that the kind of looks can be deceiving and they're all these complex of additional interaction but connected bend spacetime curve things the plan that that we're not completely aware of so yeah and it's and it's with the reminder to that I mean we are in the middle of our galaxy so it's hard to get a great look at it because we're like looking from the inside it's like trying to study the human body when you're when you're trapped in the stomach or something I rules the shoe was a movie right with a front people down they even remade one in yeah and they went into the human body is the one I that's right so you go in you could like six stuff if necessary then check out different systems and so on get lost and people like you know nasty organs and what not it could be kind of weird and strange I guess yeah kind of weird guy who knows from space to get lost with us here in space from a space dot com is Mike wall sterling seven hundred WLW I got asked to somebody else I mean this about talking about the this earth like planet is sort of backtracking here in in sort of fun here there's something new on Netflix with the woman who's done other stuff she has a voice on on one of some of the Star Trek stuff Star Wars stuff in it she also was in some other spatial in Longmire Katie sack off as a new series it's called another life into their out there in space trying to save earth and then they come across like a an earth like planet some point in the some boron based life form or something wreaks havoc the do we know all the creepy crawly stuff that is just within arm's reach of us leaving earth that might be harmful to us do we think it's safe out there generally of the fact that like if you escaped without a spacesuit you'd freeze an instant and then be just floating yeah it's horrible craps you're right like we don't know I mean all we know about is what what's your honor and so we that's that's what colors are all of our expectations right but we don't but she huge universe now it's it's a it's an infinite universe which means that there there are like an infinite number of worlds out there which means that they're into the possibilities of pretty much anything you can imagine that it's perfectly possible that manifests actually some more out the universe and so yeah we we we don't know what kind of life forms are possible or are going to be out there in abundance of inform my forms maybe silicon life forms maybe I would certainly think that not all carbon based like us to study a lot of stuff that's just really weird from my perspective because we live in a gigantic universe is actually infinite so there's a lot going on out there that we can't possibly understand it's hard to process because I mean there are people in in there really out there and it's not just a gag I don't mean the ones going to you know try to like a break and area fifty one and look for a it'll aliens on ice which by the way they're not there right Pat as anybody knows didn't like it is there is that in the flat earth people it's bizarre to me that they think we don't even know a lot about our oceans and then we're we're venturing out into at everywhere and nowhere literally at the same time it's bewildering in either so many questions from you know the folding stuff in worm holes in in in time space it's it's here's the thing that's interesting to me also about the way Mike wall from the space dot com a sterling of they and I just read this someplace they were feeding eve Fisher animals stuff like moon dust they brought back what was the what was in it what would happen what exactly was the idea there is different than Tang which did not actually wasn't gonna so based thing but as a kid man drink containing I felt like I was that close to being an astronaut yeah that that I could story is really fast if you went with the call up and went to the moon you know was there was the first time we we have across the thing back from another world and the people didn't think they were going to be life on the moon but we we couldn't just to feel everything will be fine with the material that we brought back from the world the scientist south thirty the parliament samples through a bunch of tests and some of the tests the if that had anything that was dangerous and that was what that was I don't like to talk to them or something so they actually ground up a lot of the moon samples for a call about that it set up to cockroaches some life they prevent soil for plants and just like fall what actually happens and if if if the the animals that eat Dr these plants that grew in that soil I mean if they did okay and yeah I mean they might be eventually determined that it was it was fine it was pretty safe and that you bring samples weren't going to wreak havoc on the world six six anything but it's it's funny to think about the press at the airport from another world the the very first but we have a return to earth being brought up and and secular Jews it seems kind of thing anything is roaches are astounding creatures eight and they tend to be clean though we do associate them with still the nastiness because who the hell yeah cockroaches around the people do we it survive like nuclear blast to get bigger and stronger in any will give a moon dust Jeez I mean literally they could take over I mean that that that long after we've gone all day the roaches will survive everything yeah and that's probably the reason why they they they may not have been the best kind of model organism for the study because even if the moon definitely dangerous for talks with them I would've bothered Richard anyway that when the post launched this is very disturbing something else that it was kinda scary we talked about this before but there are number of asteroids that are sort of out there we know we've been around here there one recently apparently got fairly close to us or is coming close to us again they say somewhere in the neighborhood of the size of the Empire State Building which is is a pretty decent sized piece of the moment space W. yeah and it's moving I mean all the stuff you know that well it's fun most after it's still you know you got to ask Rick bell you see after its weather like a hundred miles wide and stuff but all these rocks are moving so fast relative to
What is a Parsec?
"Sect is a real astronomical unit of measurement with cool origins. Yes. It measures distance not time. Yes. The term was used improperly in the original Star Wars. Yes. I will. Absolutely get to that in a few minutes. No, Ashley, you're not getting out of this one. I love Star Wars that I'm cost played Star Wars character. This is true. Well, we're all gonna love stores by the end of this. Here's the deal. One person is a quivalent to three points to six late years. That's nineteen trillion miles or thirty one trillion kilometers, if that seems excessive that's because it absolutely is. But when it comes to measuring astronomically large distances between. Objects that are beyond our solar system. Excessively large is just right. I said beyond our solar system, by the way for you to travel one parcel from earth. You would have to go from here to the sun and back two hundred six thousand two hundred sixty five times, I told you it was big the word purse that comes from two words Pera lax and our second para lacks describes when an object's location seems to have changed because your location changed. Astronomers use para lax to judge the distance of object in the sky, if you know, how far the earth has moved and you can measure how far the object moved across its starry backdrop you can judge distance. You actually use parallel to judge the distance of things all the time. You're too is see the world from slightly different angles, and your brain crunches, the numbers to tell you how far away everything is from you. The second half of Parsi refers to an arc second in arc. Second is part of a measurement of an angle. You know, how a circle is three hundred sixty degrees. Imaginer standing with a full view of the horizon around you if you sliced the horizon into three hundred sixty degrees each degree would be about twice the width of the full moon divide one of those degrees into sixty pieces, and you get the width of an arc minute divide. One of those up by sixty again, and you get an arc second. Putting it all together. A par sec is the Pera lacks of one arc second. In other words, if an object in the sky moves by one arc second when the earth moves by one astronomical unit. Then the object is one par cycle way to put that in perspective. Proxima centauri is the star. That's our closest neighbor, and it's one point three par away for more perspective the millennium falcon made the kessel run in twelve par sex, and I'm sorry pedants. But before you go criticizing stores for this, quote, unquote mistake, I you need to understand what the kessel run actually is you'll feed skip forward thirty seconds or so if you can't handle my nerdiness in Star Wars, Ken. In the kessel run is a route used by smugglers to transport in illicit substance from minds on the planet kessel through a region of space that belongs to the galactic empire. So it's an illegal smuggling route. And this route includes a cluster of black holes known as the Ma as you know, the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. So when Hans solo said he made the kessel run in twelve par sex. He was referring to his daring knish and piloting skills and the sophisticated computer on the money on falcon that he was able to use to navigate close to those black holes while not getting sucked in I was aware of this reading books from the Star Wars expanded universe. And I was a kid, but thanks to Disney. They are no longer canon. But they also address this in the twentieth. Eighteen films solo Star Wars story, which I still have not seen. But they address all of this after the movie happened. Does doesn't matter doesn't make just made it up afterward to make that line? Okay. To work. No, still works. That is art. That's how you craft a story. I think this is the biggest debate we've ever had in this.
Is there a difference between weather and climate?
"Do you know the difference between the terms weather and climate? It's an important distinction. If you follow science news, and we've gotten a lot of questions about it lately. So today, I've got you covered as reported by the conversation weather, basically refers to stuff happening, right? This second like cloud, cover and temperature. You know, the day to day conditions of the atmosphere. Climate is a more macro view. It describes the average atmospheric conditions over many years. In fact, the World Meteorological Organization says that figuring out a climate record. Takes a minimum of thirty years of data. This includes things like average annual rainfall overall direction of the wind or what time of year, you're most likely to see snow. Here's. An analogy that might help. It comes from Jennifer Fitchet, who's a senior lecturer in physical geography at the university of the Witwatersand. The climate is like your wardrobe. You got a winter coat and scarf, or when it's cold flip flops in shorts for when it's warm and everything in between whether is the individual item of clothing you choose to wear you change what you wear from day to day. If it snowing you put on boots, and if it's really hot you might wear sandals. The thing is everyone in the world doesn't have the same wardrobe. If you live right on the equator, then you probably don't have a winter coat, and that brings us back to weather and climate the conditions in one place are different from the conditions far away from wherever you are. Here's what that means for how we can understand climate projections and climate forecasts the weather forecast, you see on TV or on your phones weather app is there to help you figure out what to wear on the other hand climate projections. Tell you what scientists think the climate will be in forty fifty maybe a hundred years climate projections are a war. Warning that we might want to change up our wardrobe. Maybe we won't need such heavy coats. And maybe it's a good time to pick up some shorts or umbrellas or raincoats. There's no need to switch up your whole wardrobe overnight. Just take your time look ahead and plan and adapt and hopefully stay dry a sect is a real astronomical unit of measurement with cool origins. Yes. It measures distance not time. Yes. The term was used improperly in the original Star Wars. Yes. I will. Absolutely get to that in a few minutes. No, Ashley, you're not getting out of this one. I love Star Wars that I'm cost played Star Wars character. This is true. Well, we're all gonna love stores by the end of this. Here's the deal. One person is a quivalent to three points to six late years. That's nineteen trillion miles or thirty one trillion kilometers, if that seems excessive that's because it absolutely is. But when it comes to measuring astronomically large distances between. Objects that are beyond our solar system. Excessively large is just right. I said beyond our solar system, by the way for you to travel one parcel from earth. You would have to go from here to the sun and back two hundred six thousand two hundred sixty five times, I told you it was big the word purse that comes from two words Pera lax and our second para lacks describes when an object's location seems to have changed because your location changed. Astronomers use para lax to judge the distance of object in the sky, if you know, how far the earth has moved and you can measure how far the object moved across its starry backdrop you can judge distance. You actually use parallel to judge the distance of things all the time. You're too is see the world from slightly different angles, and your brain crunches, the numbers to tell you how far away everything is from you. The second half of Parsi refers to an arc second in arc. Second is part of a measurement of an angle. You know, how a circle is three hundred sixty degrees. Imaginer standing with a full view of the horizon around you if you sliced the horizon into three hundred sixty degrees each degree would be about twice the width of the full moon divide one of those degrees into sixty pieces, and you get the width of an arc minute divide. One of those up by sixty again, and you get an arc second. Putting it all together. A par sec is the Pera lacks of one arc second. In other words, if an object in the sky moves by one arc second when the earth moves by one astronomical unit. Then the object is one par cycle way to put that in perspective. Proxima centauri is the star. That's our closest neighbor, and it's one point three par away for more perspective the millennium falcon made the kessel run in twelve par sex, and I'm sorry pedants. But before you go criticizing stores for this, quote, unquote mistake, I you need to understand what the kessel run actually is you'll feed skip forward thirty seconds or so if you can't handle my nerdiness in Star Wars, Ken. In the kessel run is a route used by smugglers to transport in illicit substance from minds on the planet kessel through a region of space that belongs to the galactic empire. So it's an illegal smuggling route. And this route includes a cluster of black holes known as the Ma as you know, the shortest distance between two points is a straight line. So when Hans solo said he made the kessel run in twelve par sex. He was referring to his daring knish and piloting skills and the sophisticated computer on the money on falcon that he was able to use to navigate close to those black holes while not getting sucked in I was aware of this reading books from the Star Wars expanded universe. And I was a kid, but thanks to Disney. They are no longer canon. But they also address this in the twentieth. Eighteen films solo Star Wars story, which I still have not seen. But they address all of this after the movie happened. Does doesn't matter doesn't make just made it up afterward to make that line? Okay. To work. No, still works. That is art. That's how you craft a story. I think this is the biggest debate we've ever had in this. The kessel run. Obviously makes Cody happy, you know, who else is happy by most metrics Scandinavians, the annual world happiness report consistently rates the Nordic countries of Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland among the top ten happiest nations. So today, we'll wrap up with some life philosophies from Nordic countries that might make you a little happier in your own life. I is hugging. The Danish concept of Hooda translates to something like coziness of the soul. It's the feeling you get when you're snuggled up under a blanket with a loved one drinking cocoa by the fire as a life philosophy. It's all about allowing yourself guilt free indulgences, especially when the world is dark and dreary anything from getting together with family and friends for a meal to spending time on your own reading a good book like from the Star Wars expanded universe to sand. The next philosophy is Logam logo is a Swedish word that roughly translates to just right or optimal. You probably heard the saying everything in moderation, including moderation. That's what logo is all about. Whether that's how much sugared add to a batch of cookies or how much of your life. You devote to your work. This philosophy urges a healthy balance. That doesn't swing too far in any direction and one other philosophy is see sue. It's a unique finish concept. That's about persisting through challenges until you reach the end the term roughly translates into English as a strength of will, determination perseverance and acting rationally in the face of adversity. It's not about courage in the moment. But the kind of courage that has to last over time after inspiration has sputtered out. And the real challenge has shown itself, you can read about these and other philosophies in our full right up on curiosity dot com and on our free curiosity app for Android an I o s but none of these pique your interest. Then you can always turn to fica. That's just another word for coffee break a new. Doesn't like coffee or breaks? Today's ad fiasco sewed was brought to you by our patrons special. Thanks to carry Greenwald. Anthony highland. Maximilian rate in Johnson and Julianne Gomez for your support on patriot. We really appreciate it. To learn more about how you can support curiosity daily, please. Visit patriarch dot com slash curiosity dot com. All spelled out. Join us against Moore for the award-winning curiosity daily. And learn something new and just a few par sex. I'm Cody Goth, and I'm Ashley Hamer, stay curious. On the Westwood One podcast network.