19 Burst results for "Madame Curie"

"madame curie" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

The Non-Prophets

01:44 min | 4 months ago

"madame curie" Discussed on The Non-Prophets

"Nor does he define how he's using it there so i don't know it witness was sole means i reject that And i i reject that there's any voidance haunting my might Jack to the word the use of devotee as well but no. There's nothing haunting me I am more free and more focused on making sure that my life is good. Now that i have When i was a catholic. And i definitely think that there's something to be said particularly with madame curie as you mentioned that You know there are times when people feel hopeless regardless of their religious status may. Depression is a very real thing. When you lose somebody who's close to you somebody like your husband and a sudden unexpected tragic accident. I mean even if you cry out saying oh what was it. It is the end of everything everything everything even in that moment humans are prone to hyperbole is. They're prone to exaggerate in even if it's not an exaggeration that's how she may have been feeling in that moment that's necessarily accurately described their entire life. I mean well. What do you think phoenix well. First off. what hope is is you have an You have something that you desire to have have occur and then you have some. You can imagine in your mind that there's an actual possibility of it coming to pass. That is what hope is and when you're flooded with a state of in a state of depression. You're focused only on what just occurred that caused the depression. You're not imagining the good thing possibly come to pass anymore..

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Radiation used to treat benign conditions up to the 1960s has led to illness and death

The Science Show

04:53 min | 5 months ago

Radiation used to treat benign conditions up to the 1960s has led to illness and death

"Element because it does not have as it should. This is a sideshow today. We have news about space weather. That may make the prospect of life in some of those earth like planets unlikely tale about trees. And how we couldn't wait to get rid of them and boy in iraq who amid the bombing and terror was inspired by omni to become a doctor but he wants more is madame curie which for i find it easier to observe talking. I measure uranium and i discover less radiations than i do in. It's all the always more powerful than the element exactly the same test six times. I get identical results. My instinct is that there is another element that skewing the results. You think you've found an undiscovered element. If you're laughing at me then i'm not laughing at you as exciting pinprick of radium gathered from four tons of pitchman. The most beautiful thing you've ever seen smash beautiful thing. I've ever see from the film radioactive now showing marie curie who won lasting fame and an early death her dedication and here doctor says he is not from the university of technology. Sydney reflects on some personal implications of that story as a young teenager going through a pile of old family photos with my mother. I came across a photo of myself as a small child. Cute murad the photo showed me wearing a close fitting skullcap buttoned under the chin. An old fashioned bathing cup. When i ask my mother about it. She told me she'd made matching cups for all my clothes because lost some here after some medical treatment will actually she conceded when pressed are gone bold and stayed bald for a long time. Wash nothing to worry about. I was assured. So i didn't not thin anyway. Mom was off hand about it. I'd had skin problems. She said moore richardson. I suspect to talk about the problem rather than the treatment itself. The skin problem was ringworm of the scalp. A common enough childhood complaint but it could be nasty and like headlights in primary schools. Today it was a sort of thing. Scrupulous parents weren't happy to own up to win the ring. Mom didn't clear up. The local doctor's advice was to travel from our country town to sydney for treatment in a special facility at a big city hospital. Mom was vague about the details of the treatment. What she recalled from the sessions. While is that they'd rub some kind of cream on my head and then they'd turn a ray on it for a while. This was done several times. She couldn't exactly remember how many but by the time the treatments were finished. My head was completely bald at the time. I didn't push for more. It couldn't have been a major matter if mama so inclined to dismiss it. And i hadn't really thought about it over the years or at least not until recently many decades later when i was diagnosed with stage three muscle invasive cancer of the bladder and in the ensuing panic we began to rummage around in the family. History for possible reasons. Why no history. Nothing obvious but then the image of my small bald self came to mind by a strange coincidence not long before i'd heard an interview on abc. We've pulitzer prize winner. Deborah balloon about her book. The poisonous handbook achieve lee shocking. Mix of science toxicology history and to crime the book tells her poisoning motors tended to be perfect crimes in the early twentieth century until detective work in chemistry and toxicology established forensic science as a tool in the arsenal of the crime. Stoppers of the day among the poisons detailed in bloom's book along with us nick cyanide mercury carbon monoxide and thallium. I was surprised to find a lengthy section about radium. Deborah blum's droll reference to the early enthusiasm for radium stuck in my mind and so did a story. My specialist told me during a pre surgery briefing about the british town of huddersfield. In industrial west yorkshire. Many hundreds of factory workers in the area had died of cancer of the bladder in the twentieth century as a direct result of long term exposure to various toxic chemicals and dyes. I learned later. That warnings had been ignored by both industry and government and research findings suppressed

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"madame curie" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

Popcorn with Peter Travers

04:35 min | 10 months ago

"madame curie" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers

"There is a wonderful movie for you to see right now called radioactive and it stars my guest Rosamund Pike as Madame Curie. . So this is amazing. . Russ welcome. . Welcome to <unk>. . Nice. . It's really really nice to see you I haven't seen you since. . We'll know know exactly when you were pregnant. . So I guess that son is walking around now being five or six years old exactly that he's five and he's he's little stuntmen so. . I've got. . Might follow his mother in some way. . Yes. . He vote him falling through a very big high everyday but. . I won't go into that anyway in in watching this movie, , which is so beautifully done to me. . It's just Marchan <unk> as director and putting what this life is in not at all stodgy bio kick manner. . No, , it's great and I'm looking at you and I'm thinking of your journey first movie bond girl. . End of the day, , I can remember you in that saying this line probably going to get this. Wrong . but it was I know all about you 007. . Sex for, , dinner. . Death for breakfast CEST. . Bang on I, remember , it to. . And now you're Madame Curie. . Yeah this is no other bond girls done this I feel that I could say that. . Madame Curie. . Yes. . No they may we'll try now but it's too late. . This might might be true. . Yes. . She she. . I mean, , yeah, , she was full medical creature I'm glad you picked up on I mean. . I couldn't you couldn't make conventional bio-pic about Madame Curie she was too much of a rebel in a she was unruly element in has she discovered to unruly and she was Nanri element. So . you needed margin <unk> direct with a bit of rock and roll and kind of approach that was going to kind of exploded the promises will she's got that and she's got kind of your mischief. . We know are remember when I first met you I thought well. . She's going to be quite imperious. . You know she's she does stage working the said you're just mad. . Which is which is Great. . Mischief I really love that would be to mischief is a great great word condemn. . Yeah I had a I had a birthday party recently thought was the kind of that was the code of conduct for the Party. . was mischief not s mischief. . As it should be you know even in a pandemic, , but you know I wanna go back to this because again I said this radioactive is not like any bio pic I've seen why is that? ? What attracted you to it? ? You know everybody would say, yes, , , I'd love to play manicured. . There's been a movie made back in the forties we're greer Garson, , and Walter Pidgeon were claimed that but it has that look of okay. . This is regulation they're not there seems like. . In radioactive that all the rules breath. . School is it. . You know it's GonNa. . Be Poked Science. . Oh Woman who you know she she looked navy look at the pictures. . She looks sadly conventional. . She wasn't I mean look the <unk> to cross with her from the Solway conference they'll eminent scientists of the day. . Rees looking very. . Cameron, , you can just see she can't be honest and she's talking to the personal her left and he's absorbed in what is she saying and? ? She just never played by the rules even when it was just sitting still from minute targets photograph taken the knife. . WanNa play this woman. This . does mischief to be had. . And I met my John Nice. . Yes, , she's the right spurious and we can dress this up than people can think we're giving them some chased food period drama. . Deliver you know we explode the be the boundaries and I felt that with anyone. . Who any character who could legitimize you to to flush Ford it would be someone like Mary Carey with her brain, which , would have had an inkling would've had an inkling of what the future could hold with this discovery of the phenomenon of radioactive not so. . It was exciting to me. . And I probably could even. . Could have been pushed found from my case even. .

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Rosamund Pike on new movie 'Radioactive'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

04:35 min | 10 months ago

Rosamund Pike on new movie 'Radioactive'

"There is a wonderful movie for you to see right now called radioactive and it stars my guest Rosamund Pike as Madame Curie. So this is amazing. Russ welcome. Welcome to Nice. It's really really nice to see you I haven't seen you since. We'll know know exactly when you were pregnant. So I guess that son is walking around now being five or six years old exactly that he's five and he's he's little stuntmen so. I've got. Might follow his mother in some way. Yes. He vote him falling through a very big high everyday but. I won't go into that anyway in in watching this movie, which is so beautifully done to me. It's just Marchan as director and putting what this life is in not at all stodgy bio kick manner. No, it's great and I'm looking at you and I'm thinking of your journey first movie bond girl. End of the day, I can remember you in that saying this line probably going to get this. Wrong but it was I know all about you 007. Sex for, dinner. Death for breakfast CEST. Bang on I, remember it to. And now you're Madame Curie. Yeah this is no other bond girls done this I feel that I could say that. Madame Curie. Yes. No they may we'll try now but it's too late. This might might be true. Yes. She she. I mean, yeah, she was full medical creature I'm glad you picked up on I mean. I couldn't you couldn't make conventional bio-pic about Madame Curie she was too much of a rebel in a she was unruly element in has she discovered to unruly and she was Nanri element. So you needed margin direct with a bit of rock and roll and kind of approach that was going to kind of exploded the promises will she's got that and she's got kind of your mischief. We know are remember when I first met you I thought well. She's going to be quite imperious. You know she's she does stage working the said you're just mad. Which is which is Great. Mischief I really love that would be to mischief is a great great word condemn. Yeah I had a I had a birthday party recently thought was the kind of that was the code of conduct for the Party. was mischief not s mischief. As it should be you know even in a pandemic, but you know I wanna go back to this because again I said this radioactive is not like any bio pic I've seen why is that? What attracted you to it? You know everybody would say, yes, I'd love to play manicured. There's been a movie made back in the forties we're greer Garson, and Walter Pidgeon were claimed that but it has that look of okay. This is regulation they're not there seems like. In radioactive that all the rules breath. School is it. You know it's GonNa. Be Poked Science. Oh Woman who you know she she looked navy look at the pictures. She looks sadly conventional. She wasn't I mean look the to cross with her from the Solway conference they'll eminent scientists of the day. Rees looking very. Cameron, you can just see she can't be honest and she's talking to the personal her left and he's absorbed in what is she saying and? She just never played by the rules even when it was just sitting still from minute targets photograph taken the knife. WanNa play this woman. This does mischief to be had. And I met my John Nice. Yes, she's the right spurious and we can dress this up than people can think we're giving them some chased food period drama. Deliver you know we explode the be the boundaries and I felt that with anyone. Who any character who could legitimize you to to flush Ford it would be someone like Mary Carey with her brain, which would have had an inkling would've had an inkling of what the future could hold with this discovery of the phenomenon of radioactive not so. It was exciting to me. And I probably could even. Could have been pushed found from my case even.

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"madame curie" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on KTRH

"Players everybody Madame Curie Amelia Earhart. How did they do it? And the one thing that I noticed of years now, I've read probably hundreds of biographies. There's one thing that is always the same with every single person. No matter how smart they were or how they got through their lives, or what helped them the one main thing that they all had was one word belief, and I would have said positively so it's probably one in the same. What do you think? Exactly. Oh, yes. Yeah. You have to be positive to believe in yourself negative people. Don't accomplish things. They don't. And it's it's hard. You know, because it's a hard thing every day to be positive all day. Believe me, I'm not all the time. Oh, you Kyrie human being? You're not. You're not supposed to be upbeat all the time. I mean, I think if you didn't have feelings of being depressed once in a while and stuff, you you would not be human. But the secret is to pull yourself out of it quick. And and move on right right to be able to recognize it too. Especially with self talk. You know, I'm the worst about that. I'm the worst. I'm always the first one to criticize myself and say, well, you could have done that better. And that is not a good thing. It's not very supportive of myself. So I I worked on that every day when you hear the word synchronicity. What does that mean to you? I think it means that it just means that it's it's you're in the flow. You know, it's all fake and all energy in the groove. Same thing. Absolutely. You know, you're you're in the beach or dancing to the beat and a lot of people like my sister notices that. She sees three three three all the time and four four four and five five five.

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"madame curie" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Einstein steve jobs they they didn't fit in madame curie did not fit in mia hamm did not fit in none of the greats fit in the great stone hand out forms they don't say fill out this form they don't say wait in line they say listen to me pay attention to what i'm saying those are the great ones the fact that you and i don't fit in is our greatest asset like i said i wore brooks brothers suits i always look like i fit in but it was a trojan horse trick the minute i got in i started saying terrifying things like we have to change everything now that i'm here what what are you talking to you you look so normal you and i will never fit in eight eight eight six eight eight w a l t eight eight eight six eight eight w a l t let's play some interesting transition music let's play some interesting transition i've had more calls of thank you from evangelical and i see it in the audiences and everything else then i do from jewish people legacy box this doesn't fit in right now you have superior movie stunt you and vhs tapes and photographs at a very valuable these are the most valuable things in our lives why kozara of our graduations are kids births baptism bar mitzvahs confirmations birthdays all the things that really matter the things that you and i wanna show our children and our grandchildren the most valuable things in our lives are deteriorating in.

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"madame curie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Go and get their throats irradiated to shrink the famous clans and and did it work yes shrank the famous cleanse but he says it did have another effect decades later you've killed twenty to thirty thousand people with thyroid cancer twenty thirty thousand deaths that's a that's a real number yeah that's a that's a fairly big one so here's my question how could these doctors have gotten it so so so so so wrong i do i don't you know what you mean you just answered your own question a minute ago not to answer right now they're they're playing with radiation you just said that but what they what they didn't know that radiation would hurt you they had no technology but that's not what i was gonna say this was a couple of decades into radiation having been discovered isotope soccer farming near miracles diagnosis and discovery people were just tossing around radiation all over the place i had i in one thirty one radioactive sodium right off gamma rays neutrons and this was a period with madame curie dipping her arm into vats of uranium radioactivity harmless in dying soon afterward from cancer people would go into shoe stores and they would have their feet x ray x ray is a wonderful invention that you had that take off your shoes and then you can look at your bone that's exactly what how would you do that that's that was the thing you could do it the shoe store was very cool yeah showing how cutting edge of a shoe store so that's your explanation now that may look like the explanation mature radiation we played a role but if you don't let me say what i was going to say our told you the real explanation yes preceded radiation by like a couple of hundred years who i don't know what you're talking i'm gonna tell you back in the seventeen hundreds.

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"madame curie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Go and get their throats irradiated to shrink the famous glance and did it work yes shrank autonomous glenn's but he says it did have another effect decades later you've killed twenty to thirty thousand people with thyroid cancer twenty thirty thousand deaths that's that's a real number yeah that's that's a fairly big one so here's my question how could these doctors have gotten it so so so so so wrong i mean i do i don't you know what you mean you just answered your own question a minute ago not known by the answer right now they're they're playing with radiation you just said that but what they what they didn't know that radiation would hurt you they had no that's not technology but that's not what i was going to say this was a couple of decades into radiation having been discovery dr farming near miracles of diagnosis and discovery people were just tossing around radiation all over the place i had i in one thirty one radioactive sodium right off raise lutron and this was a period with madame curie dipping her arm into vats of uranium radioactivity harmless in dying soon afterward from cancer people would go into shoe stores and they would have their feet x ray x ray is a wonderful invention that you had that take off your shoes and then you can look at your bone that's exactly what would you do that that's what was that that was the thing you can do it the shoe was very cool showing how cutting edge schuster so that's your explanation no that may look like the explanation immature radiation played a role but if you let me say what i was gonna say our told you the real explanation yes preceded the radiation by like a couple hundred years who i don't know idea what you're talking i'm gonna tell you back in the seventeen hundreds.

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"madame curie" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on WDRC

"The white house for that thing that i mentioned you know that thing you know the thing i think of ours that thing that thing i'm not going to say again i got my thing down there in april i'm practicing my french a few a few maybe nor have to come up with some french for the value of your foreign legion i don't know what to say to the french i'll have to come up with four five phrases the problem is that they're gonna think i know french because my accent is is like perfect parisian french i can't speak a lot of it but i can speak it well i mean speaker perfectly i like if i if i speak anyway no one from new york was the same with french they know parisians amongst others they like from san francisco you like from marseille a provincial city or worst dijon san francisco like dijon dijon of france but if you're from paris coolest so same thing in america like new york considered sharko but saying this of i speak i'm gonna come up with like good things to say how are you sir usa something fast catches attention that way over what are you doing i don't know what to talk about art science poetry there are no french scientists that i know of right now there are many since madame curie where they will go why is france not excel in anything anymore i mean when you think about this get kill the invitation right here but i think about it they haven't been anything since the paulina third nothing at least the italians have designed bright nothing else but design the known for nothing else not known for military than not known for talion scientists nothing italian poets are dead since dante nothing but design they can still do the most beautiful designers on earth talion i don't know how well look at for saatchi if you just want to go into the dress area but nevertheless they great news on the french they don't excel in anything nothing except arrogance and a sense of selfimportance nothing they've done nothing the military gone can't fight a war bono a few french jets ford in syria they can still fly a plane hurt the few tough boys are still left but nevertheless.

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"madame curie" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"To launch many times cheaply uh many times cheaply is putting keep sat in orbit so it's time any stuff um they can if they start to get operational like that they literally could leapfrog everybody and have the most launches of anyone in a year um have leaving interesting design choice most rockets used the second stage to uh pushed the satellite off into its highest orbit and they've decided not to do that they actually have what they call a kick stage two small tiny kick state the call it curie after madame curie and uh it's attached to the rockets so the secondstage is designed to actually just to get it into orbit and then it can actually be the orbited quickly be useless space coke in and that kick stage then fires and gets these satellite into higher orbit interesting design choice bob there's a new company a new commercial space company called gilmore what is it well okay the remmaneh rocket lab was new zealand ta this is australian they released a press uh press release and video of eight the test firing of a new uh testfiring of a new hybrid rocket engine um hybrid rocket engines in this case they use a three d printed solid fuel uh with uh oxidizing it's an interesting combination and they showed us test for about seven seconds they're ready to start doing business there will be a small sat company rocket company just like rocket lab just like vechta just like a few others launcher one uh this is going to be a very competitive business here there's a lot of business small set and whether they get there yet i'm still skeptical they're very new on the game but they are new company in australia this is a big we've got competition going the the website beyond the black i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show.

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"madame curie" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on WTMA

"Designed to launch many times cheaply uh many times cheaply these putting keep sat in orbit so it's twenty stuff um they can if they start to get operational like that they literally could leapfrog everybody and have the most launches of anyone in a year um they have an interesting design choice most rockets used the second stage to uh pushed the satellite off to its highest orbit and they've decided not to do that they actually have what they call a kick stage two small tiny kick state the call if curie after madame curie and uh if attached to the rockets so the secondstage is designed to actually just to get it into orbit and then it can actually be orbited quickly we useless faced nokia and and that kick stage then fires and gets the satellite into higher orbit interesting design choice bob there's a new company a new commercial space company called deal more what is it well okay the limit of rocket lab was new zealand ta this is australian they released a press uh press release and video of eight the test firing of a new uh testfiring of a new hybrid rocket engine um hybrid rocket engines in this case they use a three d printed solid fuel uh with uh oxidizing an interesting combination and they showed its task for about seven seconds they're ready to start doing business there will be a small sat company rocket company just like rocket lap just like vechta just like a few others l'altra one uh this is going to be a very competitive business here there's a lot of business small sat and waited they get there yet i'm still skeptical they're very new on the game but their are new company in australia this is a big we got competition go any the the website beyond the black i'm john batchelor this is the john batchelor show in never want to lose a sale and you never wanna miss a customer well flies call utn a big talker get a funny america when one telephone line is busy goes right to an.

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"madame curie" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on No Agenda

"A small civics lesson people madame curie yossi divorce sunday february eighteen 2018 visit your awardwinning dealer nation media assassination episode 1 doubleo with this is no agenda partying with fellow podcasters broadcasting live downtown austin tejas kamorteiro first the deal in the morning everybody and curry and from northern silicon valley where we've got a cold snap a cold snap i tell you i'm john see divorce the ma cold snap happening everywhere europe is cold get a cold snap pooled snap that is a climatological term i believe cold snap is that were the is that what they're calling it yeah they call it cold snap because they have heard that one happened entered the poor vortex cooled this vortex can't get down here oh bull now the been where was the snap come from snap i don't know that's almost a phrase from asia is i think it is a phrase from the shares really just a snap maybe like finger snap quick little thing cold snap well we'll look into it good i have a actually for later cas little longer clip and on start with a have a pretty good uh global warming clip i thing could get a kick out of the you'll get you'll get a kick out of it so i get a kick i've there's another thing as a race in the shade i get a kick out of hugh what does that even mean row you're in charge that's your we'll house oh i expect an and look this up and have details for thursday show a will tell the horowitz' are in town yes i heard that i heard dad dacas he keeps sis ending photos.

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"madame curie" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on No Agenda

"The all hate the baby a debate madame curie john c te evora sunday january twenty eight twenty exam this is your awardwinning you're punishing media assassination episode wanting double this he's no agenda back at home base and broadcasting live from downtown austin 'jay house capital thursday polish it in the claudio the in the morning everybody i'm out of curry and from northern silicon valley words better late than never john see divorce the moms dads better ever the never or something like that what's the shithole nation you referred to all but we live in shit whole nation we do yeah why not have you seen los angeles have you seen as sat just who qualify you probably seen los angeles he adds should whole nation as we'll call it the way it is a back john i'm back the award for a gurria back you're gone but not forgotten beer gum and you see that ceremony the they put on forming no rajhi's is that you'd about the bombing and then 'cable yeah exactly tell us the one banks though my marconi award no i didn't see i know there was broadcast taught cheesy i was live it was it was a he would do with twenty twenty minutes all about me uh really s is that available on youtube yes it is on the youtubers didn't barra seeing is a bad uber embarrassing or is it just now will extend indicted now lives in dutch so but no it was it was actually extremely cool was the case it was a they brought out fritz speights who was he's like the dutch version of edward immoral you now to give rich spits yes for its spits i know fritz spritz edward immoral done quite make sense in the same sentence but uh and he did a he just did a beautiful i guess induction whatever it is or presentation of the award is you get a thing they.

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"madame curie" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on No Agenda

"The all hate the baby a debate madame curie john c te evora sunday january twenty eight twenty exam this is your awardwinning you're punishing media assassination episode wanting double this he's no agenda back at home base and broadcasting live from downtown austin 'jay house capital thursday polish it in the claudio the in the morning everybody i'm out of curry and from northern silicon valley words better late than never john see divorce the moms dads better ever the never or something like that what's the shithole nation you referred to all but we live in shit whole nation we do yeah why not have you seen los angeles have you seen as sat just who qualify you probably seen los angeles he adds should whole nation as we'll call it the way it is a back john i'm back the award for a gurria back you're gone but not forgotten beer gum and you see that ceremony the they put on forming no rajhi's is that you'd about the bombing and then 'cable yeah exactly tell us the one banks though my marconi award no i didn't see i know there was broadcast taught cheesy i was live it was it was a he would do with twenty twenty minutes all about me uh really s is that available on youtube yes it is on the youtubers didn't barra seeing is a bad uber embarrassing or is it just now will extend indicted now lives in dutch so but no it was it was actually extremely cool was the case it was a they brought out fritz speights who was he's like the dutch version of edward immoral you now to give rich spits yes for its spits i know fritz spritz edward immoral done quite make sense in the same sentence but uh and he did a he just did a beautiful i guess induction whatever it is or presentation of the award is you get a thing they.

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"madame curie" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I was i was young i was the mathematics genius little prodigy so i was trained mass meditation when i was young and i was the scientists i thought i was going to become the madame curie of china know didn't have an uncertain disappointed everyone and i came to america to become enlarges and i happen to land in iowa city iowa where everybody rights so i just took a couple writing classes and i really fell in love with writing and i took me a few years to leave my signs career and to become a writer do you were what 2003 when you left china to come to the us yes i was twenty three and i was thirty one i really started seriously to become a reifer note going back to your time in china because he you spend a lot of time in this book writing about china and alive it is about your difficult relationship with your mother who i gather was a very controlling presence as you were growing up yes my mother is a controlling thicker and partry i think that she has this overwhelming love for me and she's almost a child in the light and ever since i was probably i would say four or five i think she was relying on me to be hurt mental caretaker and that created a lot of burdensome can tensions between us so she was always there kind of looking over.

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"madame curie" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on No Agenda

"It's got porn madame curie john's he divorced january hey deemed 2018 this is your awardwinning came on asian media assassination episode one zero this is no agenda home went on for dear life and celebrating one thousand episodes and broadcasting live from downtown awesome a house come on the drone stars state the claudio in the morning everybody i'm out of curry other silicon valley right not ready to do this show but i'll do it any way john seed water in the course you're ready you were born ready now what was born ready but not ready anymore july because of the sheer my away being board ready doesn't mean you're ready now true well congratulations john congratulations to you mr adam curry mr adam curry all ships asean boots on the ground congratulations to everybody who help do this show uh so we got to the point where at showare thousand mess right and there's a la that when you hear the hardest develop that when you hear the horn handlers are having the time of their life you know we're happy when you hear the war that's right it was great this morning going through the backlog of email so many people sending staff and sending messages of congratulations and thanks in every message i sent was just so you know thank you because this wouldn't be here without without producers in many different ways oh yeah fun i don't know much realized that he had over radio show this sponsored by advertisers will sponsored by advertisers in that has nieto the whole system is is lane because you know they got gotta have a big staff says to charge high energizing rates to make it all work in we don't have any of that now of course we don't get tons of money in like the commercial guys do but we're not even.

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"madame curie" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"All of them are completely than uh some of the others and if you look at uh new if you if you read it in depth at all about for example isaac newton which you know obviously is in the pantheon a genius or um certain mathematicians or albert einstein whose name has already been mentioned or or madame curie who spent uh a couple of years in a leaky check boiling down pitch blend to get a symbol full of uh radium or something like that uh there's there's the notion of to me it latest of as one aspect of one kind of genius since we've got sort of a tax on them you have genius going here is there extended period of focused concentration uh and on a solitary environment and i think probably that's being lost or at least um mitigated two great extent by the kind of culture there we have now with technology but uh you know if you read a la uh a lot of the some biographies of these folks at least in mathematics and and sciences which have done a fair amount of a bad that the solitary concentration unanimous einstein had to be led down the steps in a forked witness handy suffered an to be break spell sort of an newton would be a very irritated if someone came in with at t time is the unannounced so i just you know are just like to push back a little bit on the idea of the cluster which obviously institute for advanced study keltec and places are clusters uh to but uh i think the solitary has a large place i gotta jim thank you eric yeah um i appreciate the push back i'm not suggesting that geniuses hurry define it are doing their genius seeing it that's a word always in the group setting um you know marie curie who you mentioned though of course lived in paris that was a big city where a lot was going on and she.

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"madame curie" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on No Agenda

"Who are these people madame curie jobs he divorce thursday august 17th 2017 since your awardwinning get more nation media assassination episode nine are five this is no agenda gone dark corners in downtown moscow thursday everybody madam curry and from northern silicon valley where things are calm around these parts i'm john seat of orange hill the non as going down shoda this terrorist attack brought to you by the no agenda show it's unbelieva explain what's going down as as we begin to show apparently there is a terrorist attack in of all places barcelona barcelona yes so by gut my guys on the ground it seems like several hundred people wounded probably a they say one dead i'm looking at to some video doesn't look like just one van so the drove a van through the crowd and then they ran into some shop and just a minute ago there was reportedly who's who's the they they board i've heard is confirmed isis al yes two suspects one is corner by police in the shop they were armed ran into the into a restaurant after they stopped the van and there wasn't explosion just heard so although we think there's still watching a merigan news as saying we're not just get air we're not getting any attention here we gotta get up give you know i was thinking about this what happened to all the highly end the high end produced isis videos why did that stop.

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"madame curie" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

01:52 min | 4 years ago

"madame curie" Discussed on No Agenda

"When there is blood on the moon jeff lurks in the shadows was a western madame curie he divorced thursday may eleven 2017 envisage are winning on asian media assassination episode 900 this is no agenda pink slip so don't broadcast live from the is going to start the condo everybody occurring in from northern silicon valley where there is no time like the present john suitable right that's right now is the time for all good men to come together so i turn on the machine which machine your your your douglas mission my guest machina window stand it big sanccob's windows ten oh windows windows features are almost here oh they're almost here what does that mean are they on the shipping them no just as there almost here we're preparing a new update for your machine they just updated it off today a great new features are coming with this update such as paint three d waiting for that move for more inking capabilities and four k gaming four k came and this as we heard your feedback i haven't written them with windows ten creators update we have more control of your privacy says let's get started by reviewing your privacy settings and has the button says review settings i'm going to push it boom of no deal now you might not want this on the show this could be dangerous you're worried sick so these i would i wonder which 'cause i want to see what the defaults were because they have mold laid out here here's what the defaults are k y one two three four or five of them now fear of the defaults for what for windows ten year now is this going to be helpful for anyone else in the world yes okay.

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