17 Burst results for "Leipheimer"

"leipheimer" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

07:27 min | Last month

"leipheimer" Discussed on Forever35

"To all of like the deep pimple that I pop a ready knowing that they weren't ready no I. I shouldn't be doing this but thing you can do is do warm compresses can sometimes help to ease it more quickly to service but yeah, it it it. It sucks because timing like what have you have a big date and you're like, okay, this is going to erupt right when I have this date. You know like you know it's going to come in a few days. When they're deep they hurt. Yes. The trick is really is when you have one at that point is to hopefully you know if you have a dermatologist because we can inject it with a steroid alone stored and it can really make that go down like within twenty four hours. So you know that's something that I would do on myself. But it's hard to do that obviously to your if you don't have a dermatologist that can you can see at the last minute so the thing that I would do with that kind of cases try to put a little topical steroid cream on it like a low hydrocortisone 'cause that's essentially the same thing. It's just you're not injecting. Obviously it's more potent if you're injecting into the now. Okay. That's really good to know. Okay, well, we we got a lot of questions about black heads also. People want to know what is the best at home treatment for persistent. And clogged pores. Though best long-term treatment well. One of the best things to do is to use an Alpha hydroxy or Beta hydroxy acid These are like lie colic or even better is salicylic acid in particular for acne. Because salicylic acid as you I'm sure you've heard of that before it's a chemical peel acid. that. Is A to Beta hydroxy acid, and it's as actually a small enough crystallized form to settle within your pores. So it sort of helps to clean them out of these are exfoliating. So they're going to help to. Clear, your skin more of debris dead skin cells, oil things like that which makes it a very habitable hospitable place for bacteria and that's when you get that red pimple. So. Using something like I love to use salicylic acid washes really gentle on all skin types to, and it will help to even light brown spots and things like that over time but using something like that will help to. Really. Keep your or xxx clear more so that you are less have less tendency to develop lack heads. But you know your pores are your pores you can't get rid of them. You're trying to keep them as clear as you can of debris how about Melia, how to prevent them treat them remove him is that something anyone should ever tried to do themselves That's also very hard because. If I wasn't a Democrat could save time. If I wasn't a dermatologist I would go crazy if I had a I don't know I couldn't not do something about it. So I get it. MILIA are typically occur around the is there like little tiny pearls almost of you ever able to get one out yourself and they're very very superficial small cysts they tend to occur around is more so because the skin is thinner there. So I think they're more prone to develop their a lot of times. It's good to be examined some of the topical products to us because if you do use things around those areas that are a little more occlusive like thicker that might make you more prone to develop these. A really good thing to do is to try to prevent them in the first place, which would be again using a salicylic acid or glad cholic acid like a wash or even. A product that has that in like a cream or even a swipe at has it in it? But also using retinal. retinol great for acne and for Milia. and. It's going to help to. That's something that us at night and it's something that's going to help to. Really maximize the proper cell turnover really so that you don't get a lot of collection again of of skin on your skin cells on your on your skin. Those are the two things that I would really say everybody should have even if you don't have acne just they're going to help keep your skin more radiant and also help to fight fine lines and even precancerous and things like that. Even at a young age I think it's really great to have those two staples in your medicine cabinet. But in terms of Extracting Dialing Zarley at yourself that that is a no no. Yes. It's hard because. You do have to nick the surface of the skin and oftentimes when you try to do that they kind of roll around of evade you dodge you and. Obviously it's really hard to do that to your. It's really close Joe I. I couldn't really recommend that to people because I don't want them. I don't want them to do more harm than good and it again comes down to the fact that the more deeper that you you know inflame your skin or irritate your skin, the more risk you have of scart. So. Millie are really superficial. You can get to them but I would need. Top Book I with knee numbing cream or or at least numbing in the area I could not do that without that and. That's readily available to people, right? Right. Right. Okay. So Life Homa's when should you get Leipheimer removed? You don't have to get a life home removed technically because it is not medically necessary, which is why it has become a. Happened upon this, I suppose. For people who might not know what life home it is can you kind of give us a course? LAPOMA is I like to describe it as a colonial collection of fat cells or adipose cells, and what happens is this one fat cell just decides to make clone copies of itself and create this old its own little you utopia under the skin. It doesn't want to hang out with any other cells in the body just wants to keep create copies of itself and live in its own little world. So you get like. Just, a lot of fat cells dividing upon himself and they're all saying. And they kind of are separated from the rest of our skin. So you can oftentimes like you know they're fairly common. You know you can feel them like roll around under your skin. Some people get a lot of them because they might have a hereditary condition that causes them to have a lot of them. But they are not. Worrisome. Anyway, they are not life threatening in any way many of them. Most of them just stay a small size and never grow. But of course, I think I warped people's minds a little bit because my patients and they'll go I mean how many people have come to my office and saying and.

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"leipheimer" Discussed on Collective Insights

Collective Insights

05:16 min | 3 months ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on Collective Insights

"We'll have something neurological as you know, and as me as a common one a garage as a common, there are cases of Gilan Beret cases of encephalitis, just on and on Myalgia. Pain just all sorts of syndromes and interestingly. The psychosis and poor response to hypoglycemia. That's another one that's a that's an issue so on and on and on with all these things, but separate from that, and then as you indicated all the stress related things. Separate from that the big worry right now, and we don't yet know what's going to happen is will there be major sequential to this in the neurological system and of course. The example you go back to h one n one. Nine thousand, nine, hundred and one hundred over one hundred years ago. We had this huge wave of neuropsychiatric problems, following that and the most well known of course was posting politic Parkinson's interestingly it turns out that posted. Epic Parkinson's was probably not directly due. To H One n one itself, but rather due to another virus that was trailing at the same time, which was probably and enter a virus based on subsequent research, probably a relative of the polio virus, and it caused a specific type which with a specific syndrome, which was often called sleeping sickness. But. It was a viral form of sleeping sickness. These people would then come back, but then subsequently delayed had damage and subsequent years they would develop post encephalitis Parkinson's or things. Of course we saw a lot of this in Oliver Sacks writing awakenings, and then of course in that wonderful movie with Robert, Deniro and Robin Williams awakenings, and so the big question is whether we're going to see the same sewer, same sort of post viral chronic syndrome, and as you indicated, there are all sorts of potential contributors Leipheimer like HYPOC, seeming like severe stress on and on and like Vira MEA like. Of kind storm, immune system activation, you know. Are we going to see a lot more multiple sclerosis lake immune responses. We just don't know yet, and that's going to be important. Are we going to see a bump in Alzheimer's? We already know we are seeing bumps in it. From all these other things. We're seeing bumps from all the toxicity. We're seeing you know so for example. If you know you're living with heavy air pollution, you are at. At increased risk. If you've got a lot of micro-toxins around, you are at increased risk When I was training back in the early eighties, we never saw people in their fifty s with Alzheimer's unless they had familiar. The rare cases of familial Alzheimer's represents less than five percent of Alzheimer's. Now. We're seeing in the sporadic Alzheimer's cases all the time. It's one of the most common things we see is. People in their fifties was sporadic. Z's. Yes, that's this model of complex systems of.

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"leipheimer" Discussed on The Over 40 Alpha Podcast

The Over 40 Alpha Podcast

07:20 min | 4 months ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on The Over 40 Alpha Podcast

"Your own will change that mindset to instead of now. I'm not saying again. We're not saying everybody. But a lot of men with high testosterone will will will strategize okay. What do I need to do? Let's let's figure this out you know I'm trying to change. I'm trying to add the fact of getting community in guys. You can still be the one I WANNA win. But let's let's let's let's let's put it in the community it's all a strategy and help you and attack it so if I look back on my life when my tea levels were now. It's just like if anything happens. I'm talking like not in a negative way. I'm just GonNa say what am I going to do? I need a solution. Let's let's figure out a solution. Let's talk it over. Let's you know I talk it over with my wife all the time. Talk it over with my team man. This is incredible credible testosterone. Said is our is an anabolic hormone. Has Its growth hormone. Got More of it than than Cortisol and adrenaline the you your body is engaging in higher complex complexities systems. Totally of breaking down. You are building an increasing in complexity right. So that's essentially what we want to be a promoting in met so back to my original question. Wow Do we address stress so if I tell you that? These individuals who are experiencing stress today didn't get what they didn't get a felt sense of safety stability in deep connection than what is the treatment for them and basically the latest research in epigenetics trauma work attachment theory and neuroscience tells us that we need three elements in order to transform our lives. Okay an improve our resilience to stress. The first is an environment that helps individuals have felt sense of safety. Which is exactly what you talked about in terms of your community in inviting the share without any judgment without any criticism. Tell us we're here for so that's number. One number two is having a felt experience of who you really are right so you are not your bills. You're not your mortgage. You're not your job and you're not you're history. You are loving and lovable resourceful smart intelligent human being in having an experience of that and the third is doing it in the in the presence of a carrying other right so the king that is that you've created gives men those three elements to transform their lives totally right so if men tend to withdraw and isolate themselves in the face of stress. We have to give men the opposite. We have to give them a strategy to lean in so I would argue that an organized program like the one they offer your your Your followers your your audience that has been congregating being accountable to the group and to themselves and telling them that the can accomplish whatever they they. They put their minds to despite their doubts builds. Their sense of safety stability Connection lower stress and by lowering stress. We Lower Cortisol. We Lower Adrenalin. We reduced inflammation increase resilience. Unbelievable unbelievable what you're saying. I see it all the time I saw someone post something who said listen guys. This is my first post. I've been in Brotherhood for four months. This is my first post. Because I'm I generally I'm generally a guy who's who's you know very isolated like I don't come by the he posted. Something obviously got tons of positive and amazing feedback and now it was posted more. He found it like he was afraid. He said I listened to that is I was afraid to get in here. I'm afraid to I'm an introvert. Definitely said I'm an introvert? Then he posted positive. Positive positive. Another Nino trickle post positive on Bosnia. And that's it like my goal is all to get like you know. I have three thousand members but we only have a thousand of them in the facebook group. You know what I mean like I need. I'm always telling me these guys the face I'm trying to even I try to make our meetings only in the facebook group. I do challenges all infants because because for me I'm not trying to just be like. Oh The facebook group is the group. I'm trying to get them in there because that facebook group is going to be the community. That's GONNA HELP. All of these guys continue to connect with each other. Become you know brothers in arms and help each other and guide each other and and throughout the whole the guys were in the group are always the ones that get the best results one hundred percent. There's not even there's no if ands or buts about it. It's a ninety ten there. Yes there are guys out in the in the in the you know on the fringe who are still in the Brotherhood. They're still part of US. But we don't see them so it's very hard for me to connect with those people ones in the facebook group. I connect with all the time so I always tell these guys get in the group even if you don't have facebook don't worry like there's the guy who you know. He never even used facebook and his life like law. Never I had to call him and show him how to use. Facebook was a new member. He's like sixty years old and I you know he's like I can't believe you're on the phone with me at ten PM teaching me how to do this. Now stop posting on the frigging croup any emails me every day but I love it because now he feels like he's part of something whereas before he was he was his alone. Sixty year old man. Kind of whittling away now getting stronger. He's feeling better he's brothers. He's posting he literally just can't believe how. Leipheimer have a community and know that there's other people who care yes so the so the community. You've created your program is basically resource saying men. Yes which is probably to answer your question from ten minutes ago. Why did you not fall a victim or life? Experiences is because somewhere along the way someone said to you you matter I care about you and I want you to be successful like even your experience sitting down with your wife and telling her what happened to you and she just listening to you open. I'm open hearted without any judgment. Yes and then just offering whatever advice she offers but doing a loving non-judgmental fashion is you have in a new experience of safety. I I am not my past. My past is not haunting me right so I have for example like some adverse experiences that I had growing up But I I went to very small French school and as a result I ended up having the same teacher for grade. Six seven eight and thinking.

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"leipheimer" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

9to5Mac Happy Hour

07:10 min | 9 months ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on 9to5Mac Happy Hour

"And obviously a a kind of like those kind of options. You've been able to some sometimes hack in with some. I'm like prime utilities or some special. Some special extras but apple has today off at anything in mcelrath really to have those kind of options. You got a couple of things in the battery options for like do you want to dino screen went on went battery and screaming in the batch starts getting low and stuff of that but in terms of just the overcrowding but general CPU performance tweaks. They should be kind of their first step in that direction. So there's a quarter option but may you everyone. Everyone wants the opposite of a primary issue yet. Low power mode which they've had on the iphone for four years now. That's is kind of what everybody wants to come to the map at line because if you have sixty s might propre it has one hundred has a hundred barrier in it. It's really big big but it has power hungry pulse to you've got the high state Processes you dedicate graphics card all of that stuff. The Lake Tahoe boost is good but also if you run into that also used drains battery quicker as well. So if apple's going to offer a primary I think everyone on collectively in the community so siping they would do a low power mode which would do the opposite and like make your fan like tone off the dedicate graphics card so you can run wholly unintended graphics. Perfect tone of Thai based and so you would use that conditionally when you just want to be in like a plane or whatever using proprietary just to light browse the web. You Light Wha- a- and then when you're actually at your desk or you WanNa be properly can you can switch it back into no mode and take control of the power there but the point is people want the option to be able to choose and on the IPHONE. I never usually a paranoid doesn't mean come into play for me but for the top one hundred percent using Leipheimer don't occasions because there are times when I know the the current speed and performance characteristics machine. I'll be on why it you need for the current task and I'm just kind of like wasting an Arafat. You live for no reason. It isn't on the IPAD either. Says they found no. Yeah so it needs to go the IPAD on the MAC. I only found kind of like you are rarely ever use it. Unless situation where I'm just trying to really eke out is much battery as possible But it's like you know once or twice a year and you can and do things you cannot do. Just run low power mode constantly because it will turn off once. Your batteries recharged eighty percent higher. And then you've got back on But you can't look at the settings that low power mode is like one button four and is a bunch of different toggles that you'd need to go out and seek otherwise if you wanted to call it a mode and enter and leave it with things like having male not d. background refresh and You know Syria. You're listening for the hey command as a lot of different things that that that it does You know even if you can't turn it on all the time you can sort of make that you're all the time settings On the MAC is kind of that way too. But I mean there's there's some real they've got if got like a on Iowa's the low data mode whenever you're hot spot. They're starting to consider these things and then like apt to take advantage of them new with I was thirteen. Yeah so in. That needs to be updated waited for low data mode. So you've got to build this like you've got a built into the OS before applicant ticket. But like if it wasn't Mac you know some some APPs would never update but maybe the big you know heavy apps that you do use all the time and like are the most intensive would update for it. That'd that'd be nice but For now I'm doing things like you know what we'd like to see which I've got was called the turbos which are utility Yet Turbo Turbo boost switcher where you can disabled turbo boost to use the the integrated GPO and not gp you you know that's just the process of the CPU not east her boo. So you get clo- slower speeds but he never got to those faster speeds but you know you can say about your life and and in most cases. I don't care by turbo. Boost is just whenever I'm doing things like exporting podcasts. From from the at it and like processing getting everything thing than than I've flick it back on for a moment and then turn it off and I'm done and it does change. The speeds like not by several minutes but but noticeably but most of the time I I don't WanNa be in in you know Max performance at the cost of battery life so yeah the cost is pretty high for the extra speed that you're getting very very select use cases and put into power then like I don't care to produce all the way It just when I'm on on battery that I care so it's nice to have control of that right right in the Menu Bar Another APP is that the g FX card status minibar APP. And in in my case I'm not able to control which. GP You you uses whether it's integrated or discrete but I can see which is being used at a glance? And then there's a mode in energy saver settings in system in provinces where you can say to switch based on battery to switch to the integrated one if you're on battery to save battery life and then if you do certain things like If I launch pixel mater pro even if the browser window is going to go to the discrete card but I can see that in the status bar. Yeah I can say oh. I'm not using pixelated pro with the APP and then it'll go back to integrated so it how I at least get to monitor that And then if you're ever using an external display it goes to to the The discrete card by a discrete graph is always drives the extenders. Yeah but in that case. Amman Amman power anyway from the display some So worried about it. And that's how like when you're on power than US power like you know. Be as powerful as possible when you're on battery just make. That battery lasts as much as possible. Possible you know they not done that yet. They make the small changes like if system wide. Even if you're on power where if like Annapolis in the background that can do you know it can. It can not refresh until it's in front of an active window TABS tabs in in Safari. If they're not active they can time out until you go back to them but People on low power mode on the I found so It would definitely be a popular feature. Yeah came came to the Mat. Daham owed for macro should be called as well but obviously like you said that one drawback where APPS sneaks up late to properly support it. Maybe maybe they could be like a high level thing where you can just turn off APPS. Connect to the network when you're in day mode forestalled but it to be realistic. You want the experience whereas like you're using twitter and it doesn't take videos if you have turned on that kind of stuff is more complicated and requires you know at APPs to support it but something like POW mode is much.

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"leipheimer" Discussed on Sports Criminals

Sports Criminals

03:01 min | 9 months ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on Sports Criminals

"Tour de France France. It wasn't even asked to participate in the lower tier tour of California with his career in shambles. The enormity of what Floyd had done throughout his time as a pro cyclists began to weigh on him he had lied he cheated and he had stood by and watched his land steamrolled. Anyone who got in their way but enough was enough. He couldn't take it any longer so he did. The only thing that could clear his conscience agent on April thirtieth two thousand ten two months before the Tour de France. Floyd Landis told the truth in an email to the chief executive executive of USA Cycling Floyd admitted to his long history of PD US in minute detail in the process. He accused high profile. Profile cyclists like teammates. George Hincapie David Brisk and Levi Leipheimer and of course Lance Armstrong on the news spread through the cycling world like wildfire. It even reached Lances Nemesis. David Walsh while he was on on assignment in the Himalayan mountains. Although Floyd's accusations were hardly the first time someone had claimed land use. PD's they were the most detailed detailed and they were the first to come from a former teammate at the same time he sent his email to USA cycling. Floyd launched a whistle blower lawsuit suit against Lance accusing him of misusing government funds after all the US postal cycling team had been funded by the federal government. It had sunk over thirty two million taxpayer dollars into Lance's Tour de France. Victories and that money had come with an anti doping clause if lance was found to be in violation of it then the government could sue him for upwards of one hundred million dollars in damages with so much heat on him lance. It's struggled in the two thousand ten toward France. Finishing twenty third it was his final race lance quietly ended his second comeback in February. Two thousand eleven but the investigation continued all the same led by federal agent. Jeff Novitsky the inquiry into p. e.. Not Us on the. USPS cycling team lasted until February. Two thousand twelve during that time. Multiple witnesses had confirmed. Floyd Landis candice's accusations to a grand jury scientific evidence was analyzed financial documents were procured ultimately the United States Attorney's office announced that it was closing the case but that didn't mean it was over instead. The responsibility had simply shifted over to the United States anti-doping agency agency or US Ada on October tenth. Two Thousand Twelve U. S. A. D. A. released. Its reasoned decision consisting of over a thousand.

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"leipheimer" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

The Cycling Podcast

14:10 min | 11 months ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast

"Title we are outside the Nutria in. What's what's to see? The yard called Kohl's coal drops yards arts whole drops yard nuts right. London kings cross the meuse bar with cycling theme anyone's passing. You Might WanNa drop in a very nice flat white. Yup You're right for that and we're joined by Daniele sleeper and Jeannie change every week. I haven't really been keeping trial. No very very consistent and I can be mangled every every week accusing me of mongering a fake name. I've just made up for you. I mean honestly Extraordinary Daniel Free in Berlin studio. How are you Danielle Lem Ceramic Room? This this week as I think lost this time I'm GonNa Swing Pool Changing Room. None and I was in my lounge but Booth McQuillan issues impact and napalm us. It's been in Catalonia. Alenia having a did you see any of the any of my belongings stolen on the welter of someone else in Igwe. Lada the NO I. I wasn't in igwe ladder. That was just a stream of Your possessions just strewn. I just assumed that was where you bane dropping them as you went. Let's Daniel free look alikes aches wandering around Girona you make a very funny reference to that very unfortunate incident in your in our new book Lionel. I like Monday. I'm struggling to remember you. You're assuming when you when you came to write the by the it would be beyond the time of causing any offence. Tsk Daniel only take it in good spirit. I guess we'll find out why I'm worried slightly worried about the grand tour diaries my contribution because I realized I only he wants side completed my two thousand nine hundred dollars just how much of my contribution with levelling scores with Danu pronunciation of time. I can eat things things and where I'm allowed to have coffee and so on I've really have got my own back for separate semi a copy shop didn't get chance to preach discreet any of this. I was GONNA say you might be hearing my lawyer. Parking areas probably saying could be a problem. Nine wait a minute anyway. We'll have a lawyer. Just for the avoidance many times. It's all coming from a very good place very affectionate Senate. Well here we are. What's going on in the cycling world? You mentioned airline will. You're just back from Catalonia Girona to be precise. And what were you doing there. Well I can't quite say yet richards for a project for twenty twenty which isn't quite over the line yet but he's very close to being confirmed firmed. Soon as I can let you know what that is you'll be you'll be literally to fourth or fifth tonight. Do what is your not telling our listeners. That's let's find I. I can't tell I was in a very glamorous place yesterday. I was in woking just to the south of London where the headquarters of McLaren McLaren Ours Malcolm McLaren Technology Centre quite extraordinary futuristic place and which has been the home for the last few weeks serve few months relief for Ron elving worth. WHO's been plotting? Twenty thousand not take charge of the Bari team which won't be called Barry Morita. We'll have McLaren in the in the name. We don't know that configuration yet. But that will become clear very soon and that will hear a bit from ailing worth thrown this episode by signing Mark Cavendish about losing Rohan Dennis and some of his plans for twenty twenty but now interview. The bulk of is for a friend special. The last one twenty nine hundred. We'll let next week and but let's crack on with This week's show shall we. What's in the news roundup? Well it's not really. We're going to do a news ramble. I think only a few talking points. I think you guys both want to chip in on Sean. Just go through in sort of random order. The first thing on the list is the fact that the two of California the -Fornia is going to take a one year hiatus or at least I hope it will be just a hiatus rather than a than a cancellation. The to California came along long in two thousand and six I one by Floyd Landis of course and Levi Leipheimer won three in a row and while the list of winners it's got a pretty lustrous estrus list of winners really often that Rojas Chris Horner robot. Hey Sink TJ Vanguardia Bradley wiggins. Peter Sagan Julian Felipe. George Bennett Eggen Banal now and Taddei Pugacheva. I mean it's it's kind of morphed into a race. Okay fine you can sort of future talent has an in a way in an interest- interesting Thing thing that just occurred to me now is pizza. Gone is gone there every year. It's been a really important race for him. Think with the specialized connection and so on and yeah. He's writing the name so you wonder if he had a tip off for by this news nuts you know maybe men the Jira can be on his program. Okay I'm not. I think you've been out to the Tier California. I'm Daniel when it was an earlier in the year. Yea I went a couple of times and first addition two thousand six in the third edition two thousand thousand eight and they were fantastic raises for space reasons that we're very particular to those additions the first one while. Well you know being the inaugural edition. There was a lot of excitement about it. was also a battle of californian-based riders at the time. So it was Floyd Landis Levi Leipheimer and then the third year it was remarkable for the presence of rock racing Michael Bull's team A lot of lessons will remember that they turn it with skull and crossbones kit and they had Mario cipollini making a comeback over Johnny. He was caught but mark calmed issue with one leg with one leg. Yeah Yeah and Young writer did that to Cavan dish. you're listening. Yeah challenge the SCO skull on the Jersey with them a a true to life representation of what actually happens to said young writer him but they also this bizarre situation where they had tyler the Hamilton Oscar Syria and I think Santiago Patera who were basically barred from the race by the organization. They'd all been involved in Parochial that's your Puerto and they wrote the race ahead of the real race or they wrote the cost the head of the real rate so that was all good funding games but generally speaking back then then when he was running February it used to really feel that the first main event of the season and there was a disproportionate amount of interest concentrated on those early stage races races in particular especially when there is really targeting them and you know have made no bones about the they wanna go for the win. which was the case of the Californian pros and the US based pros at the time? And I always felt when it moved to May was very much overshadowed by the Jiro. Lot was is made as well if the weather on the fact that you know it was going to be advantageous to move to May because often can be quite wet in California in February births him. I felt that what we've had in. May that what I've seen if the race has been quite sort of sterile sterile kind of almost including the weather the fact that the weather is a lot. More consistent almost highlight the fact that. US racing can look quite sort of sterile and into calculus really on TV with the very wide roads and and You know bright sunshine but sometimes some of the the best racing in those early editions came when the weather was pretty nasty but it does mean the US without Well tour stage race for both men an and women. I think that's right rich. You know the women's well to calendar better than I probably let me turn up because there was a Colorado classic this year which was just women am Every stage won by Cloy diker Owen and let me check carry-on within usually end up Lionel. So we all know to California next year remember course course it was sponsored by Amgen who make well basically make ep don't they it was It was a very strange partnership that particularly in two thousand and six when cycling really was marred in the operation Plateau scandal which broke that year sticking with scandal. Alexandra and Alexander Colombo have been cleared off race fixing now. This goes back to the two thousand ten edition of liaised Stanley Age and the allegation was that we know are off. Bought the wind from Colombo half and Belgium prosecutors tried to make this case stick they. He claimed the the one hundred and fifty thousand euros of being paid by inaugural to coordinate and well. I watched the final kilometer of the rice on Youtube earlier on this morning and I mean Columbia. If doesn't put up much of a fight in the final kilometer has to be said but vinokurov claimed that his email could have been hacked the email chain detailing the deal inverted commas could well have been place them maliciously but well anyway. The that case hasn't stock. It was always just slightly curious one this and maybe I'm not terribly squeamish about the the buying buying and selling of races I I. I'm I should be down your I don't know what do you think I am. I am I too old school. This is the the financial arrangement between riders which was always kind of the the unwritten unspoken thing that sometimes went on in in Rice's big and small? Is that something that we should be the More alert to in this day and age. I mean I was thinking about this the other day and really in this case it only really concerned those two riders in the sense that the race was was. We decided anyway wasn't in the sense that it was going to be one of those two riders and you know not point that responsibility responsibility I suppose you know he's to their respect to sponsors and Sort of way that that up and of course there is a responsibility to the fans. This is well and you know that's where I suppose you know the charge with the allegation or the idea that it constitutes fraud. The mainly comes about I think but yeah I'm not squeamish about either really No I will be then I mean I think we're money changes hands. It moves into different realm. I mean deal. Making is fine and it's partly intrigue of of road racing teams forming alliances writers forming alliances. Helping each other. I may be gifting a stage win in exchange for something else on the road but a financial transaction so how many stories rich stories loads of stories. That's why this this was an interesting case because it might have a red line because it has been I suppose Part of the sport forever ever. I'm not sure that really. I'm not sure that it still is. I don't think in the in the modern era and You know the the the the writers are being paid a lot more for one thing. I mean you know back in the day in the eighties and saw they weren't they weren't being paid that much but it it sort of feeds nicely into this caricatured image. We have of Vinokourov as this cartoon villain doesn't doesn't is do as have other rumors or sort of salacious conjecture about the two thousand twelve road race at the Olympics six weather. Also there's also been talk of him having bought the rate from Rigoberta. Ron Not sort of a rumor. That's not going away to unsubstantiated substantiative got nothing really to back that up except the optics of of the last few hundred meters and Iran appearing to put much in the sprint also runs luxury luxuriance. resort in the shed joke. Joke joke is absolutely untrue. Just I don I see I can see I can see certainly in this day and age. I mean one of the one all of the issues is that the people the public can can gamble on the outcomes of bike races. And I think that's probably not something that you couldn't have done in the seventies and he's right is at least not as widely. They're being you might be able to place that the race itself but I think the fact that it's now such such a such an opportunity for fraud effectively or corruption. If if you start paying for rice wins. I think that maybe the rules of the game has changed a little bit. But it's some it's an old as the hills isn't it right is is Coming deals and either promising how in the future I mean what. What's the difference average if you if you say well? We'll help you today or I'll help mu today or you have this thing arrangement rather than a financial one. Well what Yeah but Okay Ka Tennis match all you can win this round and then I'll win next next month thin another tournament. I mean it's nor is it. The the moral is the same. You're still racist different. It by racing is different tennis..

"leipheimer" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on THEMOVE

"The best they did the climb in fifteen minutes twenty nine seconds and today valverde enrich who were the first the first stu who passed the finish line set a new record on that lime and not just by little bit. They went fifteen minutes zero zero so almost half a minute faster her mile which <hes> you know okay. There's maybe i should i would have to do some research and see maybe the maybe in two thousand sixteen. It's possible that game <unk> at the end of week to which could be an explanation that the writers are a little bit more one week more tired that could explain it but still you know. Fifty minutes compared to fifteen twenty nine. It's it's quite a big difference especially. If you see the quality of of the other four it's room contadora in tana and chavez so means that the performances at the tour of spain are from a very very high level you know with these four guys being so sequel on the climbs as you described getting two or three of these wins at the top in the bonuses could be all the difference in this year's vuelta delta yeah yeah i mean for the moment it's for the moment it is. What makes what's making the difference. You know this. We have four riders within twenty seven seconds <hes> today for example for a rally like valverde. He knows that if okay if they come in the last three hundred meters with the four strongest riders that he has the best shot and gets those ten seconds you know sometimes it's it's you know sometimes it takes a very heart attack and then a big effort to maintain these ten seconds that you would eventually get on your rival so you know if you stay with the with the best guys and you win the sprint. It's it's then second so <hes>. That's why that's why into into spain. It's usually that the bonus the bonus seconds are very very important. I remember <hes> the vuelta of two thousand eight <hes> which <hes> which we one with the team we actually second first and second alberta contadora one on and levi leipheimer was second and if you break everything down afterwards and do the math the difference between first and second was purely seconds because if you look at the real time that would have been equal so <hes> so those goes to say that bonus seconds are very important as we're really starting to have more conversation about valverde being a genuine contender to win the overall aw is something you pointed out to me how remarkable this could be to have someone win win the vuelta with a ten year gap yes i i mean you know we're we. We i mean we may we may start to sound boring but i've unfortunately you know i have bad news. We're going to talk a lot about for for a number of reasons but especially because he's a great bike rider wins racists and you know today he won this. He wanted to stage in his in the tour the tour of his home country in the world championships jersey. That's already a remarkable because you know often they speak about <hes> the curse of the world world championships jersey and because historically you know there's a long tradition of of riders who won the world championships and then got the jersey and then the.

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"leipheimer" Discussed on Two Vets Talk Pets

Two Vets Talk Pets

10:45 min | 1 year ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on Two Vets Talk Pets

"Yeah. We almost. Studied. Roby's very eclectic. The other one on that note is you can actually make Chuma vaccines. And we can do these industry. Tuesdays you have to you have to actually take a piece of the tumor. So for the Brian that would involve Brian surgery. But we can then send that to a scientist, again in Sydney. We'll see me who marshes that off instead of deactivates it and adds it to a stimulant for the immune system. And then you injected back into the patient. So we don't yet know a lot about outcomes, but this is another immunotherapy technique way, you, you kind of creating a vaccine from that patients are in Chuma to help activate and Shari the cancer and show you the immune system that this. Not to tell you how to do your job immune system. But my might be wanna have a second. Look at the check it a second pass. We got one, one other question from Jack Steffi, which I'm going to actually hard Jack little beat. I wanted to touch on. We see a lot of. JP clinic that bringing the dog with that cat and it's got a lump lump on the skiing. Or maybe it's just under the skiing, and, and they sorta signed to us. What is it? Duvet these lumping. Maybe it's a middle aged dog, you know, and, and, and this dilemma, J pivots as to what we should do and sort of wonder if you could preps, obviously got a lot of listeners at they but also a lot of pet owners start with sort of, what would they expect the vict- to do on that, visit when we've got a lump, I think, with animals, it's really hard to tell what alum piece by visually looking at it, and in people, it's quite different. I was talking to a damn Atallah just about human, and that was saying, we can often tell a lot by the appearance of a lump, but we have to deal with muscle and muscle teams, we call the great pretender anything. Yeah. So they can be under the skin and soft like a fatty lump like mile feel anything sister Leipheimer can't tell until you until you test it. So the Marlins story I think he's any new lump should ideally be tested and in really simple fashion. I'm quite happy. I think find Nate for when you take a needle just like what you'd use for vaccination Papa dean and suck back. Themselves. And it's, it's timeless. It's do it, isn't it? Yeah. You can get a lot of information. So it's simple. It's relatively inexpensive. An exactly it can give you information about whether it's something you can probably just keep an eye on, whether you should see it. And so, I think all you an obviously, in a bubble of referral practice where we get to do lots of tests that I know it's hot and in general practice. But I think at least telling you, this is what we should be doing, and then the Arna gets to choose, whether they want to do that test. But I think the worst thing that we can do is say all it's just keep an eye on it. That gives that if it is worst case scenario, and it may not be. But if it is a little cancer, it gives it more time to grow more time to spread more time to have badly. So I think we should be spreading new lumps and bumps. Awesome Tipper there. That's fantastic. You pits to lump. Don't just keep an on it. Get it tested. Look, I sometimes get adult or a cat. This is really Me, me. jumping around really hides might be tawny lamp. It's only a couple of millimeters. What would you sort of be sighing should we still be on them? A little city, even maybe taken biopsy or something like that of it. Do you think that's tricky on Lewis? I think can sometimes you can ask a few more questions. You know how long's bay net? I think ultimately, it's always ideal to sample it. But if you've got a fifteen year old dog with a. Hot. I don't want today and you just can't then yes. Sometimes you play the let's if it's growing changing you should sample it if it's really tiny and study, then, then maybe you can break my role and, and. Unwanted cry on. Breaking your rules. Question from iron is, is that if you take a sample you bought you know, you asked right? It easy to make it worse. That's one of these myths that we have that actually is not true. It doesn't make it. Whereas it doesn't make it spread the first onto Vitz pill exclusive take sample. Tumor. It can make some histamine release. I could get red and angry that shouldn't make it more readily spread, and there's some exceptions like black masses, where we have to be careful if you punative into those you risk seating along the Natal tracked and, and making it worse or the risk of that is still actually very, very large on. But yeah it's a it's a meat. It's one of those meets we wanna bust that you're not gonna make it worse. Just getting the get a sample went into check it out fantastic. Well, it says more questions and hopefully also Jek Steffi's questions that have come in a moment. One more question, sir from Jain Jain, said that my dog has been diagnosed with lymphoma, and I'm thinking about trading with Khaimah therapy. But I'm worried about having harm off to the treatment as I have two young kids. Will it be Saif them to be in the backyard with him after treatment? Yeah. That's a good question. And it's a common question because a lot of young families have pets. I get asked that a lot. And I think the reality is that they're very low risks and there's no risk with them playing. And grooming and interacting with the pit the main risks come from the bodies basically metabolising excreting those came therapy drugs, and for about seventy two hours later that can be tiny traces, pretty very low prices in the urine, and stool, and possibly saliva. So if you have a very leaky dog, you might say, look in that seventy two hours, we want to keep them separate, so that they don't leaking the kids, Hannibal, Licta mosques. Got those the clinic. A little sun suit. It's a little little nose. From really over w I. Had people wouldn't have been really worried about it family members or friends, and say, look, we're gonna send the dog as someone that I care about you. All have rapidly dividing cells. Vitanza that question I don't think it precludes it I think he do a few things to make it Sipho econ site zero risk, but it's very low risk and. I went through two pregnancies whilst I was kind of doing this job and around these these drugs. And I was just always really safe really aware of it. And undertake it precludes at all. Excellent and so on, on that, too. So when if I've joined taika dog in you're going to be giving one of the, the injectable drugs, how do you. Sort of mine tying the scf defeat self with the administration of those medications he's obviously, that's when it's going to be at the most concentrated when it sitting there in the Vaal, and you're getting ready to getting ready to give it. That's right. Yeah. So we were like full protective gear. We wear the gowns gloves, masks, we wear, the thick Aamer drug gloves. And when we giving the drugs, we use a close system device, so that there's no risk of needlestick injuries. So it's actually really Sifi doing all those things. And then when the dough goes hiring, we actually give the Arna information sheets about, you know, how to clean up after an accident. So the reality is they, they often go buy gloves, and gloves, and bleach is really handy like I'm like, yeah. Diluted bleach. But if it's your favorite Rog, you might wanna try. But yeah. Using paper towel something you can throw in the bean rather than like you kitchen DAL you're gonna use again. And the UV light is actually really good at deactivating any residue. So had like an accident in the bed. For example, you can take that out put it in the lot for a while before you wash it. And they wanna put a couple of blank washes through before you put your normal Washington, being at in the sun, you know, taking down at local celerion. That'd be called bed. If you just say you don't to be supporting celerion. That's not good at all. Can't suspicious sit on to law in some. Definitely. Just good old-fashioned son for that. Excellent. Excellent. Thank you so much. You come on having chat to us. We really appreciate it. Taking on busy schedule that you've gotten and waken if people want to do something to talk about maybe I won't have chaired about. They pit with an issue or they consume about something, what's the base why they can get in touch with the yes, I'm an advanced can so they can either just cold clinic or Email people Email actually, and it's just invite advance that care dot com dot use, and then yeah. Then they usually four that to me, and I get in touch with attention, Dr Berkeley. Yep. Duck Brooklyn, so events, vaca- oversee for Felice knows. It's in kindergarten, you know van. That's Laura practices so you can get down and see her. Or you can ask for referral from you've it to go and see her as well. Really, really? Get on certainly where we're big fans of the service odd. Odd. I think it's a great clinic, actually because it's what surgery ICU medicine and I'm really work because a cohesive team. I've just started there this year. But I just I just love. I must say they're a good good bunch of specialists six. All good too. He could or it will be for us off, Oregon yet. So thank you very much lower for joining us. It's been it's been hopelessness of loins something, and it wasn't so scary. It was good. It's all good. So anyone's got any questions. I want to get in touch with us. You can hit us up at the two bits at to talk pits at J mile dot com. If you like to sponsors you can on patriots hit, two patriot dot com. Set to its talk pits Little's two dollars a month. You can sponsor and get access to all of their cool content that we're putting up the Cadillac back catalogue of Q and ice. It's mice and the and the front catalog the front catalog. On in your front kettle. Fantastic. Otherwise, Instagram and Twitter and a lot of fun stuff. So otherwise we'll catch all next week. Thanks, a lot, Laura. Thanks for having me. Hi, thanks listening to, to vets talk pets with Louison Robbie to chat further about this week's episode Oeste guys any question. Search to vents told pets on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or sent an Email to, to vets told pets at G mail dot com. You can find Lewis on Twitter with the handle at vet behaviors. And more importantly as the.

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"leipheimer" Discussed on THEMOVE

THEMOVE

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on THEMOVE

"They're really lot stronger than than the second best team. In this Jiro. So I think it would be very risky to not take the not play with the strength of the team and the strength of the team right now a stick together. And in stick together around or leader. That's, that's what they should do. So we'll see. We'll see now in these two stages there. Tricky stages, there, you know, and especially, you know, the last the last few days, I mean, you already see today, the hall pellet on his really tired. And, you know, the Morrow even if it's if it's not a hard climb at the end it's long it's a short stage again. So it will be a high pace from the start it's after many many, many days of racing. So, you know, anybo- anything can happen on any finishing climb. And so, that's you know, you can never, never think in a in a big doer that, that you want it until at least all the dangerous stages behind. So tomorrow tomorrow, we'll we'll. In other spectacular stage. Yeah. And I'm, I'm backing up just a little becau- and I should know the answer to this. But in your thirteen grand tour wins is a director. Did you ever have to guys on the podium? Yes. Yes. We in two thousand. Let's see two thousand seven we had Contadora one and Leipheimer was second. I was third and two thousand eight Contadora on the Welte and Leipheimer with second first and second. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But that was also. You know, I mean okay, two thousand seven to France. That was not such a big problem to manage, because let's say Contadora won the tour, basically because Rasmusen was in the lead and Rasmusen would have won the to the France, he was, you know, he was very strong. He was in beatable and he got he got sent home by his themes. Okay. We got we kind of inherited the, the jersey at the at the very end and Contadora had to fight for it until the last time draw against Cadel Evans, who was a much better time trial, est at that time. So that was you know, we kind of got. First and third, because normally they would have been second and fourth do eight the wealthed dot was no easy to manage. And although I have to say that, you know, Leipheimer was was in second, and he has followed the instructions into team dynamics every single time in that wealth up. But still it has created it some uneasiness with, with the Contadora and his entourage. I would say that, you know, he was he was not. He was not at ease, you know, he was an, an actually Leipheimer de Las today's was stronger than Condor because Leipheimer won the last time trial uphill time trial. And of course you can slow anybody down in the time trial. So gore had to defend himself against Leipheimer. He was seconded a time-trial and kept on, due to the leader jersey. But you know it's not easy. It's not easy to manage these kind of things. And then, yes. And then Sauriav I forgot, I have almost forgotten two thousand nine we had another time, which, which, you know, the very well known and much talked about to the France two thousand nine which was Contadora and I and Lance on third. Which, you know, was was very very difficult to manage. And so, yeah, I mean, for movie star, I think they're, they're a little bit in the same position, you know, and it's clear it's clear that but, you know I if I compare because yesterday I got I got the question. Yeah, you know, because I kinda criticized Landa attack compared to somebody compared it to the tour de France of two thousand nine when Contadora was in, I and lands was in third,.

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"leipheimer" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

15:03 min | 1 year ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on KNSS

"Thirteen thirty Cayenne s s. Welcome back to coast to coast AM, our guest tonight Isaac Arthur, and we are discussing Arthur's research that he has got in his video series over at science and future ISM, and the links for everything Isaac Arthur are over at coast to coast AM end, you need to go and check it out. It's nothing like taking notes and getting your learn on Isaac. We were discussing right before the break, the need to lead the planet mega structures and Dyson spheres all kind of interconnected certainly near world to and if we decided not to leave the planet for whatever reason population decreased, our resources were brought under control, and and we just decided not to do that is e also in that same position in that. That's where it maybe the Fermi paradox could come into play where they just don't wanna be bothered. Shall we say that we don't know what the answer the phone we paradoxes, of course, yet? And we have to have these filters that might be what causes than less common and one of the ones that get suggested is that we have many soldiers behind us. But we still have some and fund and one might be that just turns out that interstellar space travel is just not something that is possible a practical until we actually have fatal some walking colonies out. They all blown wanting to stall we really can't say for sure it might turn out that it's quite possible. But we just don't really want to do it too. Just because you can is Hoda doesn't mean do. Although I think that we probably will at some point. So lots of exploration we've done and we've never backed away from challenges. So I think that we would and I would tend to think any species that had developed while technology would too and then the breaking news last year, which I covered sort of you know, it's still in the news is tabby star. K I see a four six twenty eight fifty two I've got it memory. Right. That got to be pretty exciting. And I don't think the story has quite died yet. We haven't really solved it. But it certainly strongly suggested a mega structure, and that's what the news was reporting it as the possibility of an alien mega-structure. What did you think when the news first broke? I'm up I suppose taught it, and and I always tend to look at these things and say, especially from our standpoint discussing mega structural, if this wasn't make a structural what sort of make structural could it be and the ones we normally would discuss really fit the mockery out, which doesn't really mean. Too much you go back and ask NGOs, Rome. What a skyscraper is Modesto say. They probably gonna guess. So we don't know what format they might be building towards. But in in fitting, the ones we would normally say, and there have been quite a few suggestions for what it might be from an actual standpoint. But it's just one examples of things that you know, we really need to get about a look at and the next show telescopes. Well, hopefully, I'll tell us a lot more about objects that we find these anomalies, but we all constantly finding these kind of anomalies, and we learn something. Bit new and different about each one. But tabby stall is is you know, why though it's a natural source or something more official and a high tend to tilt toward the formal. It's gonna tell us a lot more about the universe around us. Years ago, not not well, not terribly long ago. But fifteen years ago, we had an excellent planet count of one. Up above one. Yeah. Right. Six thousand yet. Right. Yeah. Today. It's a it's over four thousand officially logged in another nine thousand that are that are way that that are discovered but haven't been given catalogs yet. But that's the that's where we're at today. And now in the last few years, certainly since you started your presentations now, the general understanding of our Milky Way is that we don't have ten planets out there. We don't have twenty. But that we have a hundred billion a hundred billion planets in our Milky Way. Now, it's an exciting. It's an exciting time to be an astrophysicist. Absolutely. Well, it's been exciting time since being fed the telescope, but these all great times, we could see so much more often. We it's really big telescopes. One hundred billion plant is probably an underestimate that might be how many all round stalls. Is that all reasonably enough like vote and close enough this Bill and son that they'd be warm enough to have live. But this, you know, probably going to be planning on almost every style. And I would not be surprised we've catalog trillions of of plants often Lotos zones. And then of course, you have all those dwarf plans to we'll probably find another one hundred. So that wasn't alone solar system of the small. Oh, neptune. Lloyd's. Sure. And the interview that I saw was a couple of weeks ago with an astronomer. He literally said if you want to go in find your own Exo planet, all you have to do is go to work for one night and you'll find one that's that's pretty nutty. It was this wasn't even a concept twenty years ago now now, and it's it is just amazing how much easier though, of course, they say that you do eat some decent Holloway to do that. But you can wheel finding. I stopped a lot fifteen thousand include the candidates, then b b almost every day. So that's right. Yeah. It's it's it's extraordinary now to populate. Now. Let's let's go back to where we set this up with to populate the the Milky Way to go out and discover and to expand and to grow you have to you have to increase your population. You have to find those resources, but eventually it's going to happen. Whether it's by us or by different civilizations. That are other. There could be millions of civilizations. We don't know or there could be one or two. But if it started how rapidly would our Milky Way, get overtaken. Probably about a million years tops. I if you're limited light speed and probably only factionalized point say ten percent of light speed. You can still colonize tile. Galaxy in a million years sounds like a lot of time to us, and it certainly isn't a short time, but compared to the age that galaxy it's it's about a second day. So it takes time to colonize galaxy assuming you have the technology and expansion for it. And we would also have to be to see something like this is it would have to be at the right place at the right time in that. We have only been observing our Milky Way as it is right now. I guess a sense Edwin Hubble, I guess if we go back, you know, nineteen Twenty-three nineteen twenty five so in a very very short window. We would have to be at the right place at the right time to see this occupation happen. Well, you have to be there about what's going on. What's taking place? It's sort of like, you know, seventy eighty thousand years ago. I can't remember that ashtray to that was they hypothesized, but they said it will only maybe a few hundred humans left, don't quote me on that novel. And yet now the whole plan is for if you look around now for people, it's very easy, find them. But in those early days, they'll be very hard to find. So if somebody got a headstone on us, you know, we would have any problems finding them and that kind of context so it does depending on who showed up forest how fast they expanding. And how many such civilizations exist? Is it just a few is that many poll? Galaxy is it only one post super quaestor? We just don't know yet in terms of the distribution with a SETI because we have to know what to look for is is said he doing the right thing. I mean, what what do we need to see what is it that we need to look for when we're looking for this expansion of the universe into the Milky Way. I wouldn't say it's really a thing about what city aims do. Is what it can. And either you look for the lowest hanging food force, which is to look for those radio signals. But you know, they they realist about this. We don't know that anybody would necessarily be using radio signals Omni directional radio signals like on right now, they might be using something that was a point to point like a laser. But you're they're looking for what the candidates the second half of that kind of research, which is just looking for, you know, things like Dyson spheres, very lowest Megan structural or k three civilizations, which is a galaxy spanning one. And it's not that when necessary are going to be able to find though is that we have a method to look for them that way. And that's of course. So you look for what you can have a decent chance of finding. It may not be the best way to look, but it's the wants to fail. And if we are out looking at with hobble, and we're starting to see galaxies disappear. Because that's one of the things that we would see if if Dyson spheres are being built around stars and blocking out the stars, and they take over a galaxy. Then that means the light from the galaxy would not be reaching us and technically the galaxy would start to disappear because it's being overtaken. Yes. And no for a classic Dyson Swamy or just transfer the visible light infrared waste heat. So you would be able to see that. And we'd be scanning for that. Of course, assumes they're using the same Atlantic's, we all which I think a pretty solid a lot though, Atlanta's we've only had two century. So somebody might find a walk around one day. In that kind of case you're gonna see the galaxy cash slowly disappear. And if those the kind of civilizations have come into existence the ones that just swarm out around the stalls and build massive collectors and habitats out each one. Then you'd actually be able to see these things disappear. And if they win you own galaxy you'd be wondering not who's living around those stalls. But what a stall was because you never see one day or two you had radio telescopes red telescopes 'cause night guy would be black right, right? And the the other part of this is our son is extremely stable. Okay. We we've had a pretty good run. We've met a pretty good run with our son. And it's not the case. Even in our own Milky Way, where you've got a son that hasn't radically changed in four five ten billion years because that's what it takes to to develop to develop life. I now every stall changes with time every one of them starts to warm up over time. We always talk about how the sun will one day expanded to being a vagina, but it actually gets a little bit warmer. Each year goes up inviting us by about one percent for hundred million years. I have to check that it just gets a little bit warmer with time and actually has been a paradise for us as we are wondering why the oth- would be habitable four billion years ago because my battle, but you cold based on sunlight, but we look out the stalls, and it'll be see how old they all. And how much to give an off based on their mass. And we say, wow, these ones are younger these ones auto to get off more live all son is remarkably stable, not freakishly south, but really quite stable, and we have no way of knowing how common zone plants like alone. All at this time. We don't know how often you're gonna get off like planet and one of those Jones, we don't know how many those stalls all stable enough and what stability we need. And we actually don't know that you really need a day off Leipheimer out of various sunlight son to two host life. It might turn out to be a much easier than we think. Is what my turn out that? We all right. If he underestimating how how easy it is for life to evolve to why is it that? Our universe. And when I say our universe. I firmly believe there are infinite universe's out there. We are just this is ours, but our universe with the big bang the way that it happened here. We have life. Things are created here. Right stars planets things elements gases photons electrons, everything it's it's just her fict- gravity was at the right spot at the right time the right numbers where we have life in this universe. But if it was just a fraction off if one of those numbers were off we could be a universe full of just lifeless dust, right? Oh, definitely. This is what we called off the fine tuning concept in general. And and to be fair. We don't really know exactly how that ranges or that. They might not be other other islands of stability where you might get something akin to chemistry going on for different laws. You know, change the speed of light a little bit change the strength of grad a little bit. And and things were not walk as they all right now, and especially can tell in most cases, they wouldn't walk it all get chemistry. But that's how to say by now. And of course, the look at that. We were at stake based on on what numbers people produce baffled basic models. The odds are so huge that you have to look at and say, well, we could just be these. Well, we won the lottery because there was a vast number so number of universes and this just happened to life at all. Maybe this is the only universe, and we really lucked out possibly to cyclic type of thing where just keeps poppy up expanding contracting or dying and getting a place until eventually you get one that walks with live. Oh, of course, the other options Allio potentially that was interesting, which Sony has many variations like well stimulation hypothesis all theological options, and we don't obviously have any way of no yet. We don't even have basic testable hypothesis. Well, how we'd find out? Well, when we run the numbers like the numbers of us having to take a break here in sixty seconds. When a when we run the numbers Isaac numbers are numbers. That's it. And the odds are the numbers say possibilities are endless anything is possible. And right now, there is another planet out. They're identical to this one where there's a a graduate in physics host talking to a radio host without that never left elementary school talking about the universe and the possibility of life out there and their names are Isaac and Jimmy..

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"leipheimer" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

15:02 min | 1 year ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on KTOK

"And one thousand Katie, okay? Welcome back to coast to coast AM, our guest tonight Isaac Arthur, and we are discussing Arthur's research that he has got in his video series over at science and future ISM, and the links for everything Isaac Arthur are over at coast to coast AM, and you need to go and check it out. It's nothing like taking notes and getting your learn on Isaac. We were discussing right before the break, the need to leave the planet mega structures and Dyson spheres all kind of interconnected, certainly in your world to and if we decided not to leave the planet for whatever reason population decrease our resources were brought under control, and and we just decided not to do that is T also in that same position in that. That's where maybe the Fermi paradox could come into play where they just don't wanna be Bob. Oh, sure, we say that. We don't know what the answer the paradoxes, of course, yet. And we have to have these filters that might be what causes them less common. And one of the ones that get suggested is that we have many years behind us. But we still have some and fund and one was might be that just turns out that interstellar space travel is just not something that is possible a practical in so we actually have fatal some walking colonies out. They all alone among the stalls. We really can't save Shaw. It might turn out that it's quite possible. But we just don't really want to do it too. Just because you can call an is Hoda doesn't mean do. Although I think that we probably will at some point. So lots of exploration we've done and we've never backed away from challenges. So I think that we would and I would tend to think any species that had developed while technology would too and then the breaking news last year, which I covered sort of you know, it's still in the news is tabby star. K I see a four six twenty eight fifty two I've got it. It memorized. Right. That got to be pretty exciting. And I don't think the story has quite died yet. We haven't really solved it. But it certainly strongly suggested a mega structure, and that's what the news was reporting it as the possibility of an alien mega structure. What did you think? When the news first broke. Well, no, but I suppose toward it. And and I always to look these things and say, especially from our standpoint discussing mega structuralist, if this wasn't make a structural what sort of make a structural could it be and not the ones we normally what discuss really fit the Markle to well, which doesn't really mean. Too much you go back and ask NGOs in Rome. What a skyscraper is with distance. They they probably all gonna guess. So we don't know what format they might be building towards the ones we would normally say, and there's been quite a few suggestions for what it might be from a national standpoint. But it's just one examples of things that you know, we really need to get about look at and the next show telescopes. Well, hopefully, oh, tell us a lot more about objects that we find these anomalies, but we all constantly finding us kind of nominees. And we learn something new and different about each one. But tabby stall is is, you know, whether it's a natural source or something more official and a high tend to tilt toward the formal. It's gonna tell us a lot. More about the universe around us. Years ago, not not well, not terribly long ago. But fifteen years ago, we had an excellent planet count of one above one one. Yeah. Right. Six thousand. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Today, it's it's over four thousand officially logged in another nine thousand that are that are way that that are discovered but having been given catalogs yet. But that's the that's where we're at today. And now in the last few years, certainly since you've started your presentations now, the general understanding of our Milky Way is that we don't have ten planets out there. We don't have twenty. But that we have one hundred billion a hundred billion planets in our Milky Way. Now, it's an exciting. It's an exciting time to be an astrophysicist. Absolutely. Well, it's been exciting time since we invented the telescope. But these all great times, we could see so much more. We get to pick really big telescopes. A hundred billion plants is probably an underestimate that might be how many around stall. Was that all reasonably enough like vote and close enough? This Bill and sign that they'd be warm enough to have live, but this know probably going to be plants around almost every stall. And I would not be spies. We've Kellogg trillions of of plants just off and Lotos zones. And then of course, you have all those dwarf plans to we'll probably find another one hundred. So that wasn't alone solar system of the small though, Neptune. Lloyd's input noise. Sure. And the interview that I saw was a couple of weeks ago with an astronomer. He literally said if you want to go in find your own Exo planet, all you have to do is go to work for one night and you'll find one that's that's pretty nutty. Was this wasn't even a concept twenty years ago now? No, I, and it's it is just amazing how much easier what's gonna do though. Of course, they say that you do some decent Holloway to do that. But you can you know, we'll finding high stopped a lot fifteen thousand you include the candidates then. PBS finding went almost every day. So that's right. Yeah. It's it's it's extrordinary now to populate. Now. Let's let's go back to where we set this up with to populate the the Milky Way to go out and discover and to expand to grow you have to you have to increase your population. You have to find those resources, but eventually it's going to happen. Whether it's by us or by different civilizations. That are out. There could be millions of civilizations. We don't know or there could be one or two. But if it started how rapidly would our Milky Way get overtaken probably about a million years tops. I if you're limited to light speed and probably only factionalized point say ten percent of light speed. You can still colonize tile. Galaxy in a million years sounds like a lot of time to us. And it certainly isn't a short time. But. Compared to the age the galaxy. It's it's about a second in the course of a day. So it takes a little time to colonize a galaxy assuming you have the technology and expansion for it. And we would also have to be to see something like this is it would have to be at the right place at the right time in that. We have only been observing our Milky Way as it is right now. I guess a sense Edwin hobble, I guess if we go back, you know, nineteen Twenty-three nineteen twenty five so in a very very short window. We would have to be at the right place at the right time to see this occupation happen. Well, you'd have to be there. What was going on? But always taking place. It's sort of like, you know, seventy eighty thousand years ago. I can't remember that asteroid that was they hypothesized, but they said it will only maybe a few hundred humans left, don't quote me on that novel. And yet now the whole plan is for if you look around now for people with very fine them. But in those early days will be hard to find. So if somebody got gotten a headstone on us, you know, we would have any problems finding them that kind of context. So it does depend on you know, who showed up forced how fast the expanding and how many such civilizations exist. Is it just a few is, you know, mini poll. Galaxy is it only one post super quaestor? You know, we just don't know yet in terms of the distribution with a SETI because we have to know what to look for is is said he doing the right thing. I mean, what what do we need to see what is it that we need to look for when we're looking for this expansion of the universe into the Milky Way. I wouldn't say it's really getting along. The what city aims do is what it can. And either you look for the lowest hanging food force, which is the look for those radio signals. But you know, the realist about this. We don't know that anybody would necessarily be using radio signals or Omni directional signals like on right now, they might be using something that was a point to point like a laser. But you're they're looking for what the candidates the second half of that kind of research, which is just looking for, you know, things like Dyson spheres all very lowest make structural or k three civilizations, which is a galaxy spanning one. And it's not that we're necessarily are going to be able to find though that we have a method to look for them that way. And that's of course. So you look for what you can have a decent chance of finding. It may not be the best way to look, but it's the wants to fail. And if we are out looking at, you know with hobble and we're starting to see galaxies disappear. Because that's one of the things that we would see if if Dyson spheres are being built around stars and blocking out the stars, and they take over a galaxy. Then that means the light from the galaxy would not be reaching us and technically the galaxy would start to disappear because it's being overtaken. Yes. And no I for a classic Dyson Swamy or just transfer the visible light in into infrared waste heat. So you would be able to see that. We'd be scanning for that. Of course, assumes they they're using the same Atlantic's, we all which I think are pretty solid a lot Atlantic. We have only had two centuries. So it'll be might find a walk around one day. In that kind of case you see the galaxy cash slowly disappear. And if those the kind of civilizations that come into existence wasn't just swim out around the stalls and build massive collectors and habitats out each one. Then you'd actually be able to see these things disappear. And if they when you own galaxy you'd be wondering not who's living around those stalls, but what a stall was because you'd never see one day or two you had radio telescopes telescopes because nice guy would be black, right? Right. And the the other part of this is our son is extremely stable. Okay. We we've had a pretty good run a pretty good run with our son. And it's not the case. Even in our own Milky Way, where you've got a son that hasn't radically changed in four or five ten billion years because that's what it takes to to develop to develop life. I now every stall changed with time. And every one of them starts to warm up over time. We always talk about how son will one day expanded to being a vagina, but actually gets a little bit warmer. Each year goes up inviting us by about one percent for one hundred million years. I don't I have to check that. It just gets a little bit warmer with time and actually has been a ask for us as we are wondering why would be habitable for billion years ago because my battle, but you cold based on sunlight, but we look out of us dollars. And it'll be see how old they all. And how much to give an off based on their mass. And we say, well, these ones are younger, these ones auto get more live all son is remarkably stable, no freakishly south, but really quite stable, and we have no way of knowing how common habitable zone plants like. Go all at this time. We don't know how often you're gonna get off like planet in one of those Jones. We don't know how many those stall is all stable enough, and what whatever stability we need. And we actually don't know that that you really need a EBay off Leipheimer out of areas sunlight son to host life. It might be a much easier than we think it is what my turn out that. We all right. If the underestimating how how easy it is for life to evolve to why is it that our universe? And when I say our universe. I firmly believe there are infinite universe's out there. We are just this is ours, but our universe with the big bang the way that it happened here. We have life. Things are created here. Right stars planets things elements gases photons electrons, everything it's it's just her fict- gravity was at the right spot at the right time the right numbers where we have life in this universe. But if it was just a fraction off if one of those numbers were off we could be a universe full of just lifeless dust, right? Oh, definitely. Oh, this is what we called off the fine tuning concept in general. And and to be fair. We don't really know exactly how that ranges or that. They might not be other other islands of stability where you might get something akin to chemistry going on for different laws. Change us to divide a little bit change the strength of gravity little bit. And and things would not walk as the all right now, and especially can tell in most cases, they went walk it all get chemistry. But that's how to say by now. And of course, the look at that. Odd. It's staggering based on on what numbers people produce baffled basic models. The odds are so huge that you have to look at and say, well, we could just be the example. Well, we won the lottery because there was a vast number so number of universes and this just happened to life at all. Maybe this is the only universe, and we just really lucked out possibly to cyclic type of thing where was just keeps happy up expanding contracting or dying in place until eventually you get one that walks with live, or of course, the other options Allio potentially that would interest me which has many variations like well stimulation, hypothesis all vase geological options. And we don't obviously have any way of no yet. We don't even have basic test hypothesis. Well, how we'd find out what one we run the numbers like the numbers of us having to take a break here in sixty seconds. When a when we run the numbers Isaac numbers are numbers. That's it. And the odds are the number. Say possibilities are endless anything is possible. And right now, there is another planet out. They're identical to this one where there's a graduate in physics host talking to a radio host without that never left elementary school talking about the universe and the possibility of life out there and their names are Isaac and Jimmy..

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"leipheimer" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

09:07 min | 1 year ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"We show polo polo. What's going on you get? I'm good. Make it happen. Carries not online. I'm telling you. We got to figure something else out. Crappy Samsung phone, we could do something different. Dude. This is not even about my phone. No, no. What do you mean? Are we having an issue connecting right now? Now can the audience and here you right now just wondering. Yes. What kind of home? Do you have? What was she saying? She's not using her phone. Exactly. Hello. I'm using some. No, it has not crimes not my equipment. A not my equipment that crappy laptop. I would never own that credit up efforts there. Is what I'm saying is if you had an iphone I could do what I'm doing with polo. All right. So yes, I do have a package parody today, by the way. Carry it simply called see don't see don't. I'm trying. Ositive pags for the new year. Just stop it. Okay. Thirty eight. It's called it's called stupid. Okay. Out. People. I know about that laptop you have it could be bad. It could be could be about this week flying by I truly think this week went very fast that if the weekend this week I woke up it was Friday. It was one day like yesterday. Now national got that which is which is interesting. Yes, we do. Call it free speech Friday and already a guy on the line. Let's talk about bump stocks. Talked about a year and a half. Okay. We bump stocks have you on it's eight eight eight nine four one pags joepags dot com. If you do set the agenda on Friday, we will have LV the king on she. Of course, the niece of Martin Luther King junior his ninetieth birthday this year, and we have MLK day coming up and also the March for life and into our credit at the flagship w away. I you guys have been covering the March for life today were a lot of legacy media has not. I mean, I'll be the king thinks that there were three hundred thousand people there and how how do you not cover that? I was a pretty big story. I certainly covered. My name's cast. Yeah. I know you did. It's a huge event. It's a huge. So I'm not really sure what exactly we're talking about. But at the end of the day, if it's the March for women, which is really the we hate Jews March March they cover it if it's the March for life, not as much because God forbid, we would want babies to be born. That'd be crazy. That would be crazy Kerry. Ever want that? So so there you go we've got that which is nice and again the pags parody. It just it's sorta hit me because the word stupid covers so much of what's going on right now. Like, I I get up in the morning, you know, this opened up campus reform check and see what those guys are working on. But I'll open up drudge report. And the drudge report it just lately it's been nothing, but doom and gloom. And maybe I should start a voice avoiding it. But mattress does a great job Capitol Hill braces for shutdown to end in disaster. Oh, come on. Really good. Trump major announcement Saturday. The you actually have an update on that. Don't you? The president planning to do does. He say he is planning to make a major announcement concerning humanitarian crisis on the southern border and the shutdown. He tweeted he will make the announcement three PM eastern time tomorrow from the White House. There you go three PM eastern time. A right when I get off the air on the weekend. He'll be making an announcement. A major announcement on the mandatory humanitarian crisis he said on the border by President Trump tomorrow. Awesome. Yeah. That'd be awesome. We'll see what he has to say. So why we start speculating? One would think he he wants to shut down to end if he wants to make the shutdown, and he has to give in to the Bill that the house of representatives sent to the Senate he has to get the Republicans to agree to sign it. And then he has to sign it into law. Well at the same time doing an executive move to still build the wall. I mean, that's that's what it's going to be right? I can't imagine. What else it would be? New Nancy and Chuck at a rebuttal. I would imagine they'd want one wondering demand. Yes, we want. Equal air time. You know? So. It's all also stupid. And then as Elliot down the list, Trump directed his attorney to lie to congress about Moscow tower project, and that's going to a report, and everybody's reporting that look like it happened. But it's just some stupid report from BuzzFeed who says they got it from somebody close to the something. None of these things are ever backed up. None of these ever say anything, they'll go. Oh, damn. Oh, damn that. That's not good. No, no. They're just like, let's just look it's the same sort of outlet was at BuzzFeed that'll so release the dossier as if it was news. I believe so I feel like it is I feel like it was. So we have that for you. And then why then suddenly suddenly starting to talk impeachment suddenly doing anything impeachment for two years curry, they just suddenly talk, you know? No, no, no, no, come on day, one black guy arm in sling. So some somebody beat him up come on. I don't know what the deal was with that dog. Jerry. What is this guy doing? He's an actor now. Can you trust them? The president's ties to Deutsche Bank insights is deutchebanks Bill longer a Bank that you can have ties to what am I missing. I don't know with every single day. They must do something. Shutdown reaches day. Twenty eight is Trump Pelosi feud eats, you know? It just makes me not want. You look at it. So I was watching television last night. I'll talk about this at length that a little while. Have you ever watched the doctor pimple Popper? I have run across it. And then I have changed it polo. Dr pimple Popper you watching it. Now, I've I've seen commercials for better than watching you guys. It's so satisfying to watch these things. Not the not the little bit. I've seen like these huge. Out of PEO yes, you like that. Oh, don't miss Dr Pepper, hopper. My gosh. This is embarrassingly one of my favorite things to watch the greatest show ever on satisfying. Yes. I want to go to her office in help her pop these things. Mr. calling as a dermatologist, I you know, what I mean either we can be mired in his native lousy Chuck Schumer. Or would you talk about holy crap? That Leipheimer was huge. There was a sister. Carey there's more stuff coming and what she does. I'll talk more about it after the break because I I have to get a little bit because it's just something away from all this. But of course, my parody has to do with all this because it's kind of what I do. So the pags parodies called stupid. I'm going to do a preemptive vote. I'm gonna say vocally. This was very hard for me because it's high. Came. But I'm going to say I was in tune in nailed it really nailed without giving you any other details other than you will hear that. Ain't Trump Chuck and man in the song and one thing is bleeped out even. Bleeped out were not wanna hear Kerry. Yes. I want hear it polo. Sure, why not. Wants to say though, which is water. I know you you put some Morgan to and so. Thank you. Why reshape? It's a no-brainer. Right. Oh, yeah. I definitely want to hear this is Sam I actually thought they might say no today. Why why I just thought she might? She always is on the you never know what? Sam's gonna say on these. Yeah. I I think for for a lot of people you're parodies. Whether you're singing it or preparing it's much like doctrine, pimple Popper. Wow. Did they get the satisfaction of the parody being pops? By the end something. That's really gross disgusting that you just compared my parodies the pimples. Yes. God bless you, sir. Eight eight eight nine four one eight eight nine four one seven two four seven when we come back. We will have a pags parody called stupid. You know, what I base it on carrying any idea from what happened yesterday and the plane based on how I I don't know. I have no idea. Oh..

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"leipheimer" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

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"leipheimer" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Cycling foundation kcbs is jeffrey shop reports it was packed at lunchtime inside the russian river brewing company's pub on fourth street santa rosa the brewery is famous for its annual release of pliny the younger triple ip a co owner natalie chillers oh says the fires touched the entire staff heartbreaking the last data stating over the last eight months the brewery with the help of a foundation created by local elite cyclist levi leipheimer went into fundraising mode one point one million dollars fundraising efforts now four hundred thousand of that one point one million dollars will go to the regional council on aging to build five prefab homes for displaced seniors who lived at journey's end bobo home park where particularly excited about being able to use our funds to you actually help people get into a home there are separate plans to replace journey's end with low income apartments for seniors in santa rosa jeffrey xiao kcbs cbs the housing market continues to appreciate in the bay area and millennials are contributing to the boom as kcbs is marquis schaefer reports why quick selling ta quick selling times rather now considered less relevant indicators median home price in eight bay area counties now stands at one million dollars as of may chief economist with pacific union international selma hap says there is some encouraging news for those with good jobs looking to buy we are seeing some better tori numbers but that's not in the range that we need it the most affordable ranch but it is between one million and two million seventy five percent of homes in the one to two million dollar range where listed in santa clara county alone followed by alameda county we're finally seeing that millennial generation come of age when they're buying you know they're paying later than previous generation but now they're finally with that point poems generally sold in twelve days across all price ranges but have says that's not the indicator at once was can get mortgages sooner you can close doing are also we have such high rate of a home sold for cash and while the bay area housing prices continue to appreciate price appreciation is higher in other markets including seattle and denver margie schaefer kcbs google pays lip service to the need to increase diversity in the workforce but new numbers show it barely has raised a number of women and underrepresented minorities in its ranks google's fifth annual diversity report comes a week after shareholders voted down proposals.

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"leipheimer" Discussed on Upgrade

Upgrade

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on Upgrade

"Also released it was recorded live live at cafe social i was woking pasta and saw just saw podcast occurring which was adventures well this is what happens there's a photo on twitter that somebody was walking by didn't bother us but realize that we were recording podcast it's two guys sitting there with microphones and he knew who we were and took a picture of it so some there is a secret picture of the secret podcast being recorded by me and dan but yeah it's fun so yes adventures in leipheimer cast recording happened last week for sure i realized when when you guys came back from the the six colors reclaiming the idea very bad impression of the cisco's pug concerts you'd like to hear it you i've already hi dan elo jason that's my that's my impression that's how every episode good and saw it i love the six dollar sacred pus people should listen to a loss question today comes from matthew matthew says gee think to apple may have been planning a macbook and macbook pro refresh like a spec upgrade at wdc but maybe if held it back bay some growing concerns about keyboards seems very specific i'm going to say the chances are chances are low that this is this is the reason they've known about keyboards for a while now if if there's a production adjustment that happened because of wanting to change the keyboards it probably happened a while ago and they're just waiting for them to to be there i don't think i mean it's possible that this is a 'cascade of things involving change that happened a while ago that has reached the point where the product delayed later than they thought because of the change i guess but it would have been i just i don't think it was like oh jeez the keyboards we can't release it this week i think it's way more complicated than that so i wouldn't put it at the feet of the keyboards i obviously there's a mac release that needs to happen at some point later this year and it didn't happen here and that's okay so we'll we'll get it later you know it's only been a year since the laptop refresh and while.

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"leipheimer" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on Channel 955

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"leipheimer" Discussed on Podcast

Podcast

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"leipheimer" Discussed on Podcast

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