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"maddock" Discussed on WTOP
"And of course on the app. WTOP WTOP at 432 we turn now to what was a busy day. team this For week Donald the Trump's former president legal says he has gotten the formal letter from the Justice Department telling him he is the target of the special counsel's criminal investigation of the Capitol riot and efforts to overturn the 2020 election. A letter like that often means the person receiving it will soon be indicted. The target letter this in case has come from the special counsel Jack Smith and it's told him that he has a limited number of days to appear before the grand jury and present his side of the story and that a failure to do so would result in a fairly imminent arrest and indictment related to his January 6th investigation. That is CBS News investigative correspondent Kathryn Herridge on WTO this week. meantime, In the there is still no decision on another front, a date for the former president's classified documents trial. Special counsel Jack Smith's team and lawyers for Mr. Trump met for the first time in Florida before presiding Judge Aileen Cannon. Now she is signaling that a trial date at any point this year may be too soon. Justice Department reporter Sadie Germin covers the hearing for the Wall Street Journal. For his part, Trump's lawyers have Certainly requested that the trial be held far beyond the November 2024 election. They said that there is no way that he can possibly get a fair trial while he's campaigning and that he's going to be very busy have requested that the judge be held far beyond the November 2024 election. will do, but that's certainly what they've requested. Judge Cannon has put off an immediate decision on the matter saying on Tuesday after the hearing she would issue a written order promptly. In the meantime in Michigan, 16 fake electors for Donald J Trump are now charged formally this morning with election law and forgery felony. Attorney General Dana Nessel says the 16 met covertly in the basement of Michigan GOP headquarters in 2020 and knowingly signed their names to certificates that they were the duly elected and qualified electors for president in Michigan. lie. That was a They weren't the duly elected and qualified electors and each of the defendants includes knew Republican it. The group National Committeewoman Kathy Burden and Michonne Maddock, former co -chair of the Michigan Republican Party. They carried out these actions with the hope and belief that the electoral votes of Michigan's 2020 election would be awarded to the candidate of their choosing instead of the candidate that Michigan voters actually chose. President Biden won in Michigan in 2020. I'm Ed P. at 435 turning the page to other news this morning Israeli president Isaac Herzog today this Wednesday will formally address a meeting a joint meeting of Congress and ahead of his address the house overwhelmingly this week approved a resolution supporting Israel after a democratic lawmaker called it a racist state WTO Capitol Hill correspondent Mitchell Miller as today on the hill Wednesday morning Texas Republican August Fluger sponsored the resolution saying it was important to pass as Israel's president visits the US critical for the US Congress send to a unified message that we stand with Israel and that we unequivocally support our Jewish communities Michigan Democrat Rashida Tlaib whose family is Palestinian spoke out against Israel's treatment of Palestinians Israel is an apartheid state the resolution was introduced in the wake of Democrat Pramila Jayapal calling Israel a racist state which the Washington lawmaker has since walked back and also issued an apology on Capitol Hill Mitchell Miller WTOP news you get more for your money at Thompson Creek energy -efficient Thompson Creek windows can lower your utility bills as summer heats up don't wait get windows now and pay later Thompson Creek does it all design build and install suit you won't pay the middleman markup you get high -quality windows at an affordable
"maddock" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Discussion on how they labeled members of Congress that are looking into malfeasance by the Biden family as baboso Biden Russian so agents I saying want that to you're talk a Russian agent if about you this say big anything headline today bad I about wanted to get to Joe it in the first hour el but I did not but the Attorney General of Michigan has charged of false course these charges come electors after Trump according has to announced their that he's the target charge of a federal election and I mean you name it they're coming after him for January absolutely everything now probe into President 6th Trump and the former 2020 President Trump was in a town hall this evening in Cedar is being weaponized against Iowa him the and with his campaign Fox listen News to channel this and I got the he letter talked on about Sunday how the night government think is of it I don't think they've ever its sent a letter interference election on Sunday never night been and done like this they're in in a the rush history because of they want to interfere our country its and interference it's a disgrace what's happening to our country whether it's the borders or the elections or kinds of things like this where it seems the that DOJ every time has my polls you become know we're a leading weapon by for a lot and the we're Democrats leading by an a lot in a absolute weapon and it and not only with the Republicans we're yes leading they want against to try and Biden demean by and diminish a tremendous and amount they and haven't frighten seen anything like it people and but they they don't frighten feel us I because guess we're gonna make America great we're again that's gonna make all America there is we're great gonna make again that's President Trump tonight just a few hours ago on the Fox News channel at a town hall in Cedar Rapids Iowa and of course the Michigan it's Attorney not just General's the Department Office of has Justice filed that's felony been weaponized charges against against their 16 political Republicans opponents including but the now head false of electors the party's for state then chapter President with Donald Trump in the 2020 the elected election charge now of acting as the Attorney General a Democrat Dana Nessel again this is a very questionable person 16 who's people said would some face very eight questionable criminal things charges over including the years she forgery said and earlier conspiracy today that all to commit election forgery which range from a potential of 5 to 14 years in prison each as the well as the group former includes co -chair the head of of the the Michigan Republican Republican National Party Committee chapter Michonne in Michigan as Maddock and Shelby undermined the Township public's clerk faith in the Stan integrity of Grott our elections the she false charged electors and actions she went on to say we we believe also plainly violated the laws by which we administer our elections in Michigan. I according think to this Attorney is bogus General and Nestle they're in really in going to a statement have to so prove with again the statute let's see that on their forgery charges in forgery Michigan but again I can tell you that I'm if you've not got familiar electors that were named by the the political process which again there's a discrepancy is or a controlled disagreement in by who those the electors legislature are going in to be Michigan to and cast it's their an internal voting electoral votes process and by the party that again you the I know know basically the you electors get appointed in New to Jersey are run for this stuff so so I can't see how they're going to make a case for forgery at forgery I could tell all you most a little but while ago people I don't was know somewhere how this where stuff works they were playing so NPR in again the background you put and out a case where it says it sounded like you know that you know like Al Capone's vault when Geraldo cracked that bad boy open right it was like oh this is the biggest thing take somebody ever and who volunteers as it the this head is not of the the Republican biggest thing Party ever in the Michigan and this threat say of that five you're going to to put them 14 in jail years on you're gonna forgery tell me you're gonna take the person they because wanted to vote they for disagreed in with this case an election because and they agreed were going to vote to for Donald Trump to cast they their electoral vote for didn't get to the vote person so where's the forgery where's this fake check that they signed right signing off on paperwork saying I mean that's that like they're somebody electors saying I we're gonna put you in jail don't for see how that that's for gonna stick honestly exactly I that really just for don't I could faking take something exception that's with part the of law the democratic with process the rules in on our with country the process I for mean if anything determining you could you who electors are and how electors exercise and cast their vote but to say that these guys are fake electors fine and electors it's fraud to me this right sounds contrived their I'm forgery statute sure there's is not likely even a for statute for financial instruments and other things and again I'm no attorney I'll bring one in if I have to but this to me sounds totally fake phony against and Trump and fraud his it campaign sounds contrived in my opinion to and say the least I this want to get to your is calls the weaponization on this and we're of gonna do that the straight government ahead Brooklyn I New see we've York got calls and from South Carolina of course from from Egg Andalusia Harbor New Jersey so Alabama don't from go anywhere we're coming back to your calls and more straight ahead I'm Rich Valdez this is America for Valdez at night that's with eight three Rich three Valdez four eight two call five now eight three three three three seven eight four three three four Valdez advertisement sponsored by Allied injury group not available in all states this important message from Allied injury group reminds you that if you or someone you love was injured lost wages in pain an accident that and wasn't suffering your don't fault you rely on deserve insurance financial companies to compensation look out for you for if your medical you haven't expenses spoken to an attorney call or a our slip legal and fall experts Allied now injury work group has accident helped clients truck win hundreds accident of millions collision of dollars with in an damages uninsured they're driver available 24 -7 to take your call and fight for you remember if you were someone you love suffered injuries in an accident that negligence wasn't or more your get fault the like financial being compensation struck by a drunk you driver deserve a collision call with Allied an 18 injury wheeler group we're for a a victim free of consultation workplace now call 800 -781 -1815 that's 800 -781 -1815 again 800 only thing -781 that matters -1815 introducing 24 at -7 live guard protection only from simply SimpliSafe safe home your security safety now is the only monitoring agents can see and speak to intruders through our new indoor camera to help stop crime in real time and for
"maddock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Got them to be held accountable and we got them to pay us a historic settlement amount. I believe it is the largest settlement in the history of any defamation suit by a factor of several. But will the nearly $800 million settlement between Fox News and voting machine company Dominion remain largest defamation settlement and historic as attorney Davida Brooks said. Next up is Art Maddock, another voting machine company suing Fox in a very similar defamation case over false 2020 election claims. Only Smartmatic is asking for $2 .7 billion. That's 1 .1 billion more than Dominion was suing for. Joining me is an expert in defamation David Korzenik of Miller Korzenik Summers Raymond. David, outside of the monetary the military amount. How significant is this settlement? It's worth considering what the impact is of this settlement on the law on Fox News on democracy and from an historical point of view, and what it will do for the public. Of impact on libel law, I think it will have no immediate impact, but it probably affirms the viability and the soundness of New York Times versus Sullivan and the actual malice standard because it shows that that standard works. Second, far as as the impact on Fox News going forward, hard to know. I don't think that it will change their reporting because in a certain way Fox is riding a tiger and can't get off it, but the recent shift with Tucker Carlson is interesting but may or may not be indicative of anything on that point. But another thing to keep in mind here is that while Fox said the in settlement that they acknowledge the judge's decision, the judge's decision has actually more than just that. It's a factual ruling and a legal ruling on falsehood legally binding on Fox going forward and legally binding on them, called collateral unstoppable, as to any plaintiff that goes after them based on related facts. The second, there are obviously these other inbound suits that are taking place. There is the smartmatic case that's really advancing kind of feverishly while we were paying attention to Dominion, but there are huge numbers of filings and decisions in that lawsuit, and that's advancing. There's evidence on the public record that was extracted in the course of the Dominion case that will be accessible and usable by anyone who makes claims against Fox, not just PR but legally. Obviously, then there's also shareholder actions that are now underway, and they may be more significant than we realize still to evaluate their impact, but they're quite quite serious because they are shareholder claims about the irresponsibility of Fox promoting fictions these when it was clearly going to be to the detriment of the company financially. How do the judges' rulings in the Dominion case help Smartmatic? What does it have to prove? doesn't What it have to prove? Well, it has to prove that to the extent that the Fox broadcasts they're attacking are different in substance from the allegations made against Dominion. But they do seem to be because overlapping they do relate more broadly about whether or not there was any evidence at all to support the election fraud claim. And second, there is a kind of overlap between Dominion and Smartmatic in the sense that Dominion's machines use Smartmatic software so that even though Smartmatic machines were only used in LA and not, not as Fox had alleged in many of the swing states. Nonetheless, at issue is the -switching vote features of the software that was used as well in Dominion. So there's there's a lot of overlap there and there's no question that that ruling by Judge Davis in the Dominion case will work to the advantage locked in advantage of Smartmatic not on a lot of it. Also keep in mind that the Smartmatic case is pending in New York. The Dominion case was pending in Delaware, but there was no question that New York law of libel applied in both cases. So the law applies just as well here in the Smartmatic case in Manhattan. So Fox said that Smartmatic's damages claims are implausible, disconnected from reality and on its face intended to chill First Amendment freedoms. Does that sound a lot like claims that the judge dismissed in the Dominion suit? Yes, you know there's always an issue when there's a product disparagement claim about the adequacy of damage pleading, the specificity of those pleadings and the ability to show causation. But if the claims are really just straight libel claims, corporate plaintiff still has real obstacles to proving things. Corporate plaintiff, if it points to any specific loss, has to show causation, and once that happens it becomes more complicated for them. So yeah, damages for a human being, for an individual, is very different in libel than damages for a corporation. they So are hard to show, and it probably would have been a complicated battle for dominion. In those of all the different parts of their case that would have been perhaps the more vulnerable, that been would it, have and that would be the case here too. But you do have punitive that are potentially in the wings here, and those could really kick up the value of the claim, even if the lying. Actual damage to the plaintiff is less. Fox said one has nothing the to other, do with but the fact that they settled the Dominion is that sort of an indication that they would settle the smartmatic as well. It could be. I mean, I think we all feel that the reason for the settlement was the risk of having all these news anchors having to testify and the damage is that that could do to Fox over a long and extended period of time while the trial was going on. That can happen here too. And just because an anchor or someone isn't named as a party to the lawsuit doesn't mean that won't they be a witness to it. Because remember, the Dominion case is really just against the Fox entities. Here, they're also against Bartiromo and Hero and Dobbs and specific anchors, but they don't have to be named in order to land a punch on Fox. And so I would guess, I would think that when you read this 300 page complaint, there are a lot of different names of anchors who come up here other than Dobbs and Bartiromo and Hero, and there's no reason that they couldn't be brought in as witnesses too. And that may be something that's going to be very hard fought, be and there'll more discovery that probably comes out in this case. So yeah, they're probably great incentives for settlement as well. But then, you know, in the wings, again, there's the shareholder action that could be problematic. Employees who either resigned or fired that could create a problem is one of them that I know of that's problematic for them. There's a lot happening, and there's a lot of blood in the water, and it makes it both more valuable for them to settle but also more difficult to settle. What What do you think the long term impact of these cases is going to be? So I think that what's to going happen is that the cause of a case like this, it will fuel plaintiff's imagination, and they will all be trying to frame their own Fox type cases that they think they have against some other news organization. I don't think that those will be successful. They will be tempted, but I think they'll fail, partly because I don't think that you can actually get the kind of discovery of news organizations' internal deliberations and sourcing, as was the case here. If this was unusual, they were able to get inside stuff and overcome what's called a reporter's privilege that protects against disclosure of internal editorial deliberations in context with sources and so on. They're able to get around it because there were insiders who were talking to news organizations saying, I saw this email, I was in that meeting. Once you have that kind of specificity, you say, there was this email, I know it was there, I know what they said, then you're more likely going to be able to get it. If you don't know what you're looking for, you can't get it. Thanks so much for your insights, David. That's David Korzenik of Miller Korzenik Summers Raymond. Coming up next, the Supreme Court will consider reversing a 40 year old incident. You're listening to Bloomberg. Missed your favorite Bloomberg Radio Show. Bloomberg Business Week. Masters in Business, Bloomberg Intelligence, and more are also available as podcasts. 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"maddock" Discussed on Crypto Banter
"Know the difference? Do you know the difference between a pizza and a crypto trader? Come on. Who knows the difference between a pizza and a crypto trader? Hey, why are you crying? I bought maddock, and it went to zero. Do you know the difference between crypto investor and the pizza? What? Pizza can feed a family. Pizza can feed a family. Crypto investor can't see the family. All right, let's talk about pal. This little bit more serious. Let's talk about pal and why Powell crashed the market yesterday. What was it? I mean, yeah, we were in the watching the power live stream. And as we said that the dollar index went crazy, you saw that the dollar index was the one that bounced first. Bitcoin broke through the triangle, then you had the S&P 500. Bounce off the trendline, but advanced below the shorter term train line. And I guess the question is why, so I looked at a couple of things that Paul said yesterday. Let's just listen to a few things that he said. By no means is this. All of it because he was on for two hours and 21 minutes, but let's just listen to this. I'll review the current economic situation before turning to monetary policy. The data from January on employment, consumer spending, manufacturing production, and inflation have partly reversed the softening trends that we've seen in the data just a month ago. Some of this reversal likely reflects the unseasonably warm weather in January in much of the country. Still, the breadth of the reversal along with revisions to the previous quarter suggests that inflationary pressures are running higher than expected at the time of our previous FOMC meeting. From a broader perspective, inflation has moderated somewhat since. Okay. Okay, so that's what he spoke about. He spoke about inflation, not being as coming down as much as I wanted. In the previous meeting, he then also spoke, again, and he said this, listen, back down to 2%, has a long way to go. And is likely to be bumpy. As I mentioned, the latest economic data have come in stronger than expected, which suggests that the ultimate level of interest rates is likely to be higher than previously anticipated. If the totality of the data were to indicate that faster tightening is warranted, we'd be prepared to increase the pace of rate hikes. So interest rates are going to be higher than we previously anticipated. And then he said, if they need to tighten more than they are tightening, that is the key point. That's the part that really, really, really spooked the market. And that's why, when we started the press, the testimony with polyester. The probability of a 25 basis point rate hike was 75%, and it was 25% basis point 25% probability of a 50 basis point rate hike. As he was talking, we were watching this in real time, right? On crypto banter, we're watching this in real time, and now as we stand, there's almost an 80% chance of a 50 basis point rate tag coming up now at the FMC meeting on the 22nd of March. But it's not over yet. It's not obvious, and I'll tell you why it's not over, because between now and the 22nd of March, when we have the right tag. The FMC meeting. We do have the inflation numbers. We do have the CPI inflation numbers. And those are probably one of the most important data points that are coming up because what you can see is if you look at the last inflation, we went from 9.1 to 8.5 and 28.38 .27 .77 .16 .5 and in January the inflation, the CPI inflation data was 6.4. If we get a lower inflation number than 6.4, if we get closer to 6, then this could actually change. So we do have one saving data point that may change everything here. Right now it looks like this. And I do believe we're going to get a 50 basis point rate. I have been saying it for a while. But there is one thing that can save us. And that is the inflation numbers which come out on the 14th. We will be live with you when those inflation numbers come up. We will be we will be watching, we'll be saying you guys exactly what it looked like. I have been saying for a while that I think there's going to be a 50 basis point rate tag. This is a truck that shows how the markets started to press in the probability of a 50 basis point rate tag. And you can see that it went up from 0% to 23.3 to 9.24%, and then yesterday I shot up from 31.38% to 66.1%, which was the market is quite clearly pricing in right now pricing in a rate hike of 50 basis points. And the problem with that is that it is now becoming much more viable, much more exciting, much more interesting to not invest in the stock market. And to just invest your money into cash because if you look at the tables, if you look at what government tables are starting to yield, they deal about 5.1%, which means that investors are going to hold in a second. If I can invest in cash and get 5.1%, why should I take stock market risk? So if you look at the T Bo breakdown and you look at and you look at where we are today, you can see that on a 6 month table, you can get 5.32%. On a one year table, if you buy one year government that you can get 5.22%. What's interesting also is that the yield curve is completely inverted because if you learn many art for one year to the government, you get 5.22%. But if you learn many hard to the government for ten years, you get 3.97%. So who in their right mind would learn money to the government for ten years when you can just learn money into government for one year. That's what you call an inverted rate group. And that's really where we are today. So we are going to catch power live speaking today on the show. We will be here. We will be speaking, we will catch Paul speaking lives. Hopefully he doesn't crash the markets. But I don't want to talk about a whole lot of other things before we get there before we get to the truth is that if you're worried about inflation and that's really what this whole thing is about this whole thing is about inflation. The whole thing is about whether or not the fate has inflation under control. The fed seems to have inflation under control. But then all of a sudden, we realize hold on. The fed doesn't really have inflation out of control. The truth is, though, that if you are worried about inflation, isn't that really why Bitcoin was created? Isn't that why we have Bitcoin? Bitcoin is supposed to be the ultimate inflation agent. I'm not the only one who's seeing it. I saw this, which was published originally by Bitcoin magazine. But due to great register, he said, Europe's biggest asset management. Asset manager, which is a $2 trillion company called amundi. They said, if inflation remains above target, Bitcoin is limited supply may actually start to attract more attention. So that really get it. They say, look, if we can't get inflation under control, then maybe this whole thing that Bitcoin that everyone was talking about, maybe this whole thing actually does become much more attractive, right? So that is something that is something that people will maybe start noticing. Remember that inflation can run out of control right now in the ECB inflation is out of control. In the states, if they can't get inflation under control, they can't just keep increasing interest rates because the states has debt repayments that they need to make. They may slow down the economy a whole lot. They put too many people out of business. And in fact, speaking of putting people out of business, Powell, yesterday, had to take the brand of Elizabeth Warren. So just listen to what this poor guy went through yesterday. First time in my life, I think I agree with Elizabeth Warren. We are taking the only measures we have
"maddock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"My best to try to get as many shots as I can So I don't know if you think about anything when I'm in the game I just kind of let it happen I got to give credit to my teammates for saying just amazing screens and giving great passes Good password to me good shooters And the belief that my coaching staff has in me to take those shots and make them The peacocks go to Philadelphia to play the winner of tomorrow's Texas perdue game defending champ Baylor came from 25 down to force overtime after North Carolina's Brady maddock was ejected However the tar hills defeated the bears in overtime 93 86 Tony hill's advance to meet UCLA the bruins got by saint Mary's 72 56 Kansas knocked off Cretan 79 72 Providence over Richmond 79 51 Gonzaga got by Memphis 82 78 Michigan and 11 seed beat a three C Tennessee 76 68 Arkansas held on to beat New Mexico state 53 48 The rangers got a power play goal for Micah's Savannah and with 16 seconds left and that gave them a two one win at Tampa Bay and UBS arena a third period hat trick for Brock Nelson as the outers be Dallas four two The aisles are 5 O and one in their last 6 Jesper brought scored twice for the Devils were beaten by the oilers 6 three to baseball the mets over the national 6 to two whisky orme and DOM Smith both homered in the first inning Josh Donaldson with a home run by the Yankees can only manage a three three tie with the Orioles after three rounds of the valspar.
"maddock" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Update aid more schools exited stage right on Saturday and Saturday night in the NCAA basketball tournament St. Peters was not one of them the peacocks continue their Cinderella run by leading wired a wire and knocking out Murray state 70 to 60s Katie and depo at 17 some big shots down the stretch for Doug edder I always do my best to try to get as many shots as I can That's why I don't know if you think about anything when I'm in the game I just kind of let it happen I got to give credit to my teammates for saying just amazing screens and giving great passes good hazard me good shooters And the belief that my coach and staff has in me to take those shots and make them The peacocks go to Philadelphia to play the winner of tomorrow's Texas Purdue game defending champ Baylor came from 25 down to force overtime after North Carolina's Brady maddock was ejected However the tar hills defeated the bears in overtime 93 86 tar heels advanced to meet UCLA the bruins got by saint Mary's 72 56 Kansas knocked off Cretan 79 72 Providence over Richmond 79 51 Gonzaga got by Memphis 82 78 Michigan and 11 seed beat a three C Tennessee 76 68 Arkansas held on to beat New Mexico state 53 48 The rangers got a power play goal for Micah's Savannah jag with 16 seconds left and that gave them a two one win at Tampa Bay And UBS arena a third period hat trick for Brock Nelson as the outers beat Dallas four two the aisles are 5 O and one in their last 6 Yes were brought scored twice for the Devils were beaten by the oilers 6 three to baseball the mets over the national 6 to two whisky orme and DOM Smith both homered in the first inning Josh Donaldson with a home run by the Yankees can only manage a three three tie with the Orioles after three rounds of the valspar championship to a rookie Davis Riley leads Michael nee Smith by two at 18 under With a Bloomberg sports update I'm Frank ardi I'm Barry revolt you're listening to masters in business on Bloomberg radio My extra special guest this week is Darren Palmer He has been the general manager of battery EVs at Ford helping to oversee Ford's $50 billion shift to electrification So let's talk a little bit about batteries You became general manager of battery vs in 2021 tell us about the thinking behind that new job and where it's going Yeah so that job I used to be the product development director for team medicine So my role was in the design and development of the new cars leading the teams Obviously a large team is involved in that But in 20 later on they decided they would like me to take the vehicles to market because there's so many elements there that's the charge network and there's buying online and how customers want to be treated differently So we can general manager which means it was everything to do with looking after the customer and bringing those vehicles that we're designed to market So that meant I talk with customers the whole time I watched social media all the time and I'm still very linked to the development teams to just make sure that we're learning quickly and we're evolving those vehicles That's really what the job is about fantastic job by the way I really enjoy it So let's talk about the announcement that was made fairly recently Ford's leadership decided it was time to go all in on EVs and there are I guess splitting into two companies Am I getting that right Tell us about the new structure that's coming Yeah So team medicine led the first round which delivered at least these first three products that you're seeing The market reacted really well to that And then it was seen as now is the time to organize ourselves to really compete with the best out there For the mix set of products because it's really a transformation And it was determined Jim Farley that the team to say hey I don't want people waking up in the morning and having to think about how to grow gas and how to grow beds because they're so different Your bed is not just a normal gas car with electric motor in system It's a completely new technology product So he wanted to organize the teams so that they only are thinking about one of those So that's how the team of organized wine is called Ford blue And one is called model E that's the electric one obviously And there's also four pro For pros all about the commercial customers and their sales and support They don't do the development That will be done in the base in blue or in modeling And it's an internal company Organization I would call it And so the model E team will be focused on everything about EVs If we aspect From the selection of motors and controllers and electronics for efficiency to the design and development of the vehicles to the network charging this bidirectional power system that we've got and how that will work with customers And improving the current vehicles because all of our electric vehicles are over the air updatable So how long do we think it's going to take before charging stations are as ubiquitous as gas stations And I should preface that by saying Ford is part of a group that all have interoperable technology and there's about I think 13,000 charging stations in that consortium Is that about right Yes So we formed the blue oval charging network And we considered how will we support the growth of the network who has to be huge investment and across the whole of the country and also global actually And how might we support that So.
"maddock" Discussed on Antibuddies
"Da may have evolved into the dc. A cycle we know as it started getting coupled to the oxidative phosphorylation step that takes place on the membranes of the maddock andrea here is a cool fact. Duma that have defected might have gone yet. Do switch to the archaic reductive dc cycle and may stop riding reducing equivalents for oxidative phosphorylation dylan. Could this be one of the reasons. Why something humor's exhibit the warburg effect. Where the completely rely on calls for them. Metabolic needs absolutely very interesting idea. And even the reductive. Tj cycle kind of dive in to two as itself. So it's possible that this was actually am. One of the first methods of carbon dioxide is simulation and deposed to might have actually evolved. I mean to actually stimulate carbon from carbon dioxide as opposed to the octa day of like that we know that we used to extract energy from and on an interesting as well in without as well while and it was previously taught the reductive at tj required to enzymes and dot dot. Were different. And today's what we know of not taste like even more. Recently they found in certain species. I think the terminal doctor and dot they actually have a scituate. Sin-tae that's reversible now. It's a quite unique conditions. And i won't be able to recall out required for days. Did the reverse activity of detroit. Pays put it remarkable that a with with the dj psychos we know that could actually act average actively but can come back to your point. About and the warburg effect in ed detective mitochondria and in fact these tumors can you clear me and they will actually consume clear to me and this will be converted into fifth straight until they kind of simulate carbon. I knew that to build lipid them. Yeah it kind of detach it detail. Like for example. The cell delay work on and the and humor. Type is actually characterized by dysfunctional. Might a qendra on aerobics. They call it on in fact that actually need this kind of reductive clue. Remain an action to be able to synthesize lipids to actually crawl. Went metastasized yet. There's definitely a very interesting connection there. Okay another interesting aspect. Here is the evolution of co-operatively and multi multicellular already. A primitive cell would depend on the quick adp production and try to out compete. It's neighbor but more advanced so like the one with the mitochondria would go for slow rate of adp reduction but with a high in which means it's also being more efficient. Essentially the cells could choose either to produce. Atp quickly but in a less amount of time. I mean in less amount or to produce eighty more but slowly if tink of these auctions the first one would allow short benefits while the latter would give some long term benefits and a possibility to co-exist and cooperate with neighboring cells instead of competing for resources. I'm so hyped about this also brings me back to the tragedy of the comments. That dylan was mentioning. This whole scenario reminds me of this social experiment that took place while right now..
"maddock" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution
"Aspirin came from right. I'm sure your listeners have heard it. It's an extract. The listen from the willow bark that's aspirin. It came from nature. So we're seeing more and more drugs being pulled from the chemical constituency but my suggestion is more people and this is what alzheimer's blew my mind. Alzheimer's people researchers proposing that people use alzheimer's in substitution for as the actual pharmacy approach because alzheimer's drugs are a completely completely useless in reversing the disease and they're dangerous side effects including everything including death and the fda scandal of approving drugs. That shouldn't be approved people. So i quote studies researchers saying we gotta look at essential oils because they do the same thing therapeutically. What does that mean. Hey this is the beginning. So i'm hoping that we see pharmacists. Man this'll be this utopian dream. I'm hoping to see. Integrative practitioners literally prescribe essential oils in lieu of drugs. Because if you use them properly zero side effects beside the case of a rare allergy or drug interaction. Which by the way. I got and clarify this. You mention this to there are known. Drug interactions with essential oils. Because these medicinal grade stop be careful and that was the other thing i did in my book. It's the only place in the world you could find it. You can't good natural gas. I've tried i've tried. I've tried to find those answers for people. I know that there are reaction. So thank you for putting then the book. The and i'll tell you it wasn't me. I'm not taking credit for this because hot. Find a drug interaction with essential. Oil is based off of the metabolic. Pathway of how a drug is metabolized. That is way way outside of my league. I'm not gonna lie. So i hired inhere maddock practitioner and researcher expert and she put together this chart with me and everything from the most common pharmaceuticals based off of all these diseases again. All your alzheimer's drugs your stress. Depression drugs you libido drugs. We go one by one by one like these other oils because of the potential interaction of the metabolic. Pathway you gotta be careful and otc's your melatonins your your aspirins your over the counter stuff. Wow like that was to me. That cost a ton of money and it was worth it because it had to be done. If i'm gonna tackle this top back. I have to step up and i have to like. Let's do this so anyway. You got a chart and for people that order my book you go to e. oh apothecary dot com e apothecary dot com. My wife and i recorded about six hours with a masterclass videos on how to make a lot of the recipes and get the most out of the book but the cool thing asked in context of what we're talking about. We include a really beautifully design. Pdf download of these charts. You can just print them out. Give them your blessed the world with them. Alzheimer's charts cancer charts. Drug interaction charts. You mentioned photo sensitivity all that stuff we pull it from the buck and we're like look let's give it away and so we love you. We appreciate you and your support all the listeners out there i i appreciate it so much thank you. We're we're making a big difference together absolutely. I couldn't have said it better myself. It feels very grassroots. See you know we. We are the change that we want to see in the world and his corneas. That sounds it's true like you taking the time. If you're still listening you know you're over thirty minutes. A content in and that's not the average person who will invest that much time into their own healthy education. And so you know and you're you can be a part of that. Change share this episode by the book shared the downloads. You know you can be in charge of shifting our humanity. It sounds like a bold claim but we really need to shift and the these answers are there. So oh thank you so much for putting this book together so excited to get my hands on it. I haven't got my hands on it yet. And i'm an order it right after we hang up but i i'm so excited that you put chart in there especially i've been looking for that i've been looking and looking for that drug interaction information. It's been it's so hard to find it. So just a blessing for putting that in there and everything else. I mean this book is. It's going to be a game changer. So congratulations on a new work. Your butt off on it. And i hope it does really well for you. I know it will thank you so much for coming here and sharing your wisdom with us. We really appreciate it. Thank you and god bless everyone listening. And you're you're the best. Everyone give her a heart of love. Whatever you could do share the love. We need all the more encourage on this never before. Do we need support each other. I mean we need it more than ever. And especially the tireless of the thankless servants like the frontline workers. Sam is a front line worker in our health space. And i try i dabble in that front line space but i go back to my headquarters go back to my office and then i go back in the front lights so support your frontline workers in the health space as well and we love you. Y'all in i appreciate your chat so much goodness.
"maddock" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"Up with some cock and bull story to justify impeachment and it's going to be even worse than the clinton impeachment which was pretty ridiculous to begin with. Let's move on and go back to the state capital. Some of the things that are going on there in the world of political insanity yes another stupid fights started by the childlike republicans in the legislature. First of all they wanna create a twenty million dollar fund for defense attorneys who are working for state employees and this is likely due to the fact that rick snyder and some of his administration are facing charges for their roles in the poisoning flint. Now there are some democrats who do agree that employees of the state who are facing charges for work they did on behalf of the state should be defended by the state. I don't agree with that. I think it's best that people understand that if they violate a law for they knowingly create a crisis so they can benefit politically. They should have to defend themselves. If the state has to defend something it should be the state that's being sued And the ag's office should be involved and if they are criminal charges. I don't think the state commits crimes but individuals do. I don't know but that twenty million dollar fund is about nineteen percent of the budget that they proposed for the attorney general now alongside this. They're also changing the way the attorney general budget works so that they can control what happens in office. What they're doing is changing various line items and so on so instead of having say a big line item for particular budget. They're breaking it down into very specific things But at least in the senate. They're looking at giving her an annual budget house. Republicans are more aggressive. they're proposing a quarterly budget. And they're very detailed. they're talking about what can be spent on. P. fast what can be spent sexual stall while can be spent on human trafficking. It's not and finally third. Bill proposed by my guy tom barrett. Just gross would require the governor to notify lawmakers. When she's leaving the state and this is stupid wall on there's always a governor in place these are the same lawmakers who take pictures in ten fundraising events with people who planned to kill her. It's unprecedented and it's just baby stuff. No in the governor leaves the state. The lieutenant governor becomes the acting governor of michigan and it happens all the time when george romney way back. When was running for president bill. Milliken was the acting governor of michigan. There's even a situation. During the milliken administration were both milliken and his lieutenant governor. Jim brickley left and the secretary of state was the acting governor. It set up in the constitution. This way this bill is total political circus and nothing else and on the limiting of the budget of the attorney general one of the areas where the legislature wants to cut funding the attorney general's efforts to go after people who abuse neglect children and also her efforts to prosecute clergy. Who abuse children. Apparently they think those two things are okay. The no need even to comment on that. How absurd that is speaking of political nutcases. Our very own coach share of the michigan republican party. Mishaan maddock is getting some heat right now for post on facebook a couple of weeks ago nine days ago. Actually as a record this calling for michigan to succeed from the united states. I guess she's got a picture a series of pictures on there with nigel garage. Who led the brexit movement in england. Brexit's pulled out of the european union and she said maybe it's time for 'em i exit. America's tried it once before ios called the civil war time to end our governors torrential rule. Hashtag nigel farage is again. What more needs to be said She is certainly a piece of work. I well you know what if it was emmy exit. That'd be great. You know. I totally support mishaan leaving so i would be glad for that. But i i like what lavoro barnes had to say about that. Michigan republicans will call for anything and be seen with anyone regardless of the harm. It made you to push to pursue their goal of undermining whitmer and I paraphrased out a little bit ahead have the actual quote the actual quotes little bit longer But that's that's that's sums it up right here. They'll do anything. How embarrassing i did. At least think twice if she'd called forest to become a part of canada. But that's a different story for different. No only kidding but they do have universal health care in canada and they're much more polite than the rest of the united states. So hey another wingnut story we've got. We got all sorts of The kuku caucus in the news these days and other candidate for governor a doozy. This is a doozy okay. This is tutor dixon. She's a conservative media personality and she announced that she would be running for governor. She announced on fox news. As you do. Her platform is that she doesn't like the governor Her pronouns are she and her now she didn't say that but you should ask her about that on twitter and see what happens as i think that would be funny but yeah she's not. I mean there's just that's it. There's no there's no platform i don't think she really goes anywhere. Maybe she does. She has a voice. You know this report is really shaping up to be a doozy. Why don't we do some good news. Sounds great okay. First of all the governor and the legislature has finally come to an agreement on a bunch of things relating to the budget and also to covid nineteen. The governor has agreed to back off from permanent workplace rules relating to the pandemic for covid nineteen. Which is something that republicans wanted given the state of the effectiveness of the vaccine. Everything that's going on. It was kind of an easy concession for to make. I think she probably would have done even without pressure from the legislature but we can call that a joint victory for both the legislature and the governor just to keep them quiet. They also made peace on the budget and the republicans have graciously allowed the governor to participate in discussions leading up to passage of budget bills. Something that you would think would be Kind of automatic. But she's been pretty much shut out on budget talks so they've been passing bills achieve vetos and sends it back and we. We've talked about this tennis match for four. So there is progress there and it's especially important because they've got lots of money in addition to the billions that are coming in from the federal stimulus but six billion dollars for the state as well as four billion for locals. The state now is collecting a lot. More money in tax revenue than was anticipated to the tune of about two billion dollars this year and a billion and a half next year that can fix a lot of roads that can restore a lot of cuts to school districts or revenue sharing. I mean there's a lot of need out there and you have this much additional revenue without having a tax increases. Good news for everybody it is. It's great and when i first looked at this. I was taken aback because the republican narrative coming out of it was that they had won this huge victory and they totally dominated everything. And then i actually looked at what was going on. And i'm like well this is. This is actually a win for michigan. I think you know now we can move on. I think we were at a place with covid where We had done almost all the work we had to do anyway. I mean as far as policy restrictions. Mitigation that kind of thing and now it's time to get that money into play so i don't know what kind of space they're willing to give her at the quote unquote table but It's good that we're just moving forward. Also related to that budget deal and the total state of government. Economics in michigan is all that federal money. That's coming in for the local governments and some words of caution at a webinar organized. By m issues institute of public policy and social research municipal. Finance experts cautioned local governments about the difference between spending and investing. Eric loof is executive director of the nonpartisan and highly respected citizens research council of michigan. There's not a clear prohibition but a strong advisor from groups like ours and others that it should not be used for ongoing projects. Money is very temporary gonna come in two phases but then it goes away. There's very slim chance unless we ever cohen twenty twenty two something like that that. There's not going to be extra money coming so don't build your budget on having this money. Long-term and christian you've got some good news in the education world for the state of michigan. Yes it's really exciting. Actually governor whitman's education. Incentives are working over. Seventy thousand people have applied for michigan reconnect. Which is a tuition free community college education and another one hundred and twenty thousand residents who are frontline workers in the early and most dangerous months of the pandemic have applied for a separate free tuition program and that was rolled out specifically for them As a benefit for the dangerous work that they were doing a these numbers exceed what what was expected and that is super exciting to see so many people hungry for an education and To see that the state is doing it actually just awesome. It's a tremendous investment michigan's future and educated workforce or more prosperous and productive workforce. It's really simple and spending five ten fifteen thousand dollars to help somebody get a two year. Degree seems to me one of the easiest things that we could do it or really goose. Michigan's economy long-term and a two year degree can provide a really good quality of living talking high five figures easily nurse or auto mechanic. I mean there's a lot of hands on things blue collar jobs that pay well if you've got that additional training finally this week The michigan supreme court has agreed to take up a petition for relief by the state's redistricting paddle. They want a three month extension of the deadline to publicize and print the legislative and congressional maps. That would be used in two thousand and twenty to that of course because the census data has been delayed and this puts the supreme court in a really awkward place they in effect would be overturning. The constitution on a temporary basis. And i think the only way they could do that would be to say. There's a super shitting federal issue of one person. One vote that if they don't wait that one person one vote which is mandated by the federal constitution supreme. Us supreme court rulings would be subverted by using incomplete or out of date data for drying the maps. It's a tough call for the court. Republicans have filed a lawsuit which sympathizes with the claim of the secretary of state and the redistricting panel but at the same time says the supreme court does not have it within. Its power to suspend the michigan constitution. Actually i think they probably do if they base it on the federal constitution which supersedes anything in the michigan constitution. But that's going to be a very interesting rolling when it comes out i would not venture a guess as to where they're gonna go well on that happy note you want to call it a day. Y'all call today. Well we've got links to everything that we've talked about in our show notes so if you have any questions you want affect us anything you can go to. Www dot michigan podcasts dot com where the mason get. Some sort of didn't go. That shows that you have to fish for down. The road and electric engine does work. Please take a moment to read the podcast if you liked it so that It helps us with that right into the appreciate it and make sure you subscribe to our sister. Podcast a republic if you can keep with longtime michigan political insiders jeff. Timur and mark brewer. Their guests this week will be the senior member of michigan's congressional delegation flint democrat than goldie can find their podcast. Wherever you get your podcasts including wherever you got this and that's it for this week thank you so much for joining us to use the michigan holocast with pristine berry in walt sword as a production of michigan citizens for a better tomorrow..
"maddock" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"We thought it was gonna be maximum three. At least I did for the longest time. And now I wonder if this is Sam says there's a great fit for any quarterback, but I do wonder if the Patriots and Matt Jones, we want these conversations. We haven't fired 16 years by. Whoa. How did we let that happen like this? This feel sort of similar to what we saw. You know, a lesser degree, perhaps, of what? We saw a comrade for two days. Tom Brady is 1/6 round pick. That's the entire league with it on him For six rounds. This is only this is number 15. Overall. Here is Ryan Wilson of CBS Sports, and I was wondering about the Bears because It's become a cottage industry to crush Ryan Pace and Matt Naggy and their quarterback decision making and the Bears constantly flailing to get a QB. And last night they were widely lauded for being aggressive and going to get Justin Fields at number 11. Did you think that was a smart and savvy move by the Bears? Yes. So I I love it. I love it on the surface. I love it for my long tortured bears friends who now have something to cling onto. Besides a tweet from the organization that said, you know, six weeks ago that Andy Dondre T V one because that's You know, That's not how you get the same base excited. Here's my only concern. Th so you're taking Justin Fields and you, Mitch Ryan Pace and the man Nicky have been up against it for a while, and let's be honest if they start slow. There's gonna be some conversations early in the year, but those guys getting fired and that's the reality of it. Mr. Whiskey didn't work out. And so any dog makes sense to start the season. He's not the long term solution. But what if we're two games into the thing and 2021 the Bears or bears and it up and he doesn't looks terrible argues, gonna throw Justin fields out there before he's ready, and we three And sort of have a repeat of the Mr Biscuit situation. I'm not saying just because Mr Basically, I think he has a chance to really, really good. I just hope that he's not rushing to the field. As a means of two guys trying to save your jobs. I don't know if that's gonna happen, but they're in a bad situation and that they have to win. Now. Does Justin feels buy them a little more time? Maybe it's not gonna buy them an extra year. I feel like maybe by special weeks. Was que separates you back to my original point. They're going to try to get him out there sooner or later, what is not necessarily in the best interest of the order vision. Lot of people said that the Raiders as you alluded to, with Alex Leatherwood at number 17, where the big losers last night a confusing decision. Did you also think that confusing is the Best way to put it and on some level this feels like the Cleveland burial pick a few years ago when Mike Maddock just got their GM and, of course, John Gruden's coach, because he felt over drafted and to this point clearly failed a first round talent who was over drafted inside the top five outs, Leatherwood. I had a day to grade on him, and I talked to folks around the league that agreed with that. But look, we see this all the time about quarterbacks. It only takes one teeth. They need help with the offensive line because much crazy things that Jon Gruden did. Over the course of the off season that said, they've literally picked anyone on defense and made that defense better. And here's how I come out of the first round. You look at the piggy say OK, this team better now than they were. Before Thursday, and the Raiders or not, they they're not. They drafted Alex Lowe. What you could help. But there it's not a substantial upgrade, which is what you need in this first round picks. So puzzling is is where I would put this. Would say puzzling would describe both the Steelers and the Jaguars decisions to take running backs in the first round as well. Both nausea Harris and Travis Ctn might end up being very good backs. The Steelers had a lot of needs, especially all offensive line and the Jaguars, the worst team in football. Out of those two did either nausea or ET en makes sense in your mind. Yeah. So not the nausea, hair smoothed by God, and they they didn't signal but it had been pretty clear for a while that they were They like nausea. And that could be a possibility there. 24. There were some conversation. Maybe that Shit. Have they been in? 18 would have thought about that as well. But your idea that the office of line is terrible. They need help with cornerbacks and help it edge rusher s O. They had playing these quarterback. We just talk about what if Mack Jones was there? I think that you think about that. Um, but We're not sure Harris is drawing comparisons, lovey, Um Belle and the Louisville. We always make these ConStor and draft time. But if it's anything close to that, that will help and you can come back and a two and a three and you can find offensive line help, But you're not gonna find it. Not your hair. That's probably thinking there. Jaguars moves a little more That concerning, But look, this is Urban Meyer's first year, you know, they kind of picks. You have to use every single one wisely after, By the way, having a ton of free agency kind of money created. See that you didn't go out there and crush it on. This team has to win. I feel like six or seven wins is doable next year if you hit on everything, and and and by the way in the 17 game season, and then after that, you got to start going to playoffs. So try. You know, we got trade Trevor Laurence done and done, but I think 18 feels like he was over, attracted by a seven or eight picks when they would've been back on the clock and again offensive lines, even tow line safety cornerback those wrong just well, linebacker. So I thought slightly ever drafted love the player. Just question the pick. Would you think about the Panthers going with JC Horn? There was a lot of thought that they should go offensive line as well. Help out, Sam Darnel, help out Christian McCaffrey. Instead, they went with horn your thoughts on that decision. Yeah, No, I love love just you horn. In fact, I had him as the first people to play off the board..
"maddock" Discussed on WJR 760
"This my last day of the week sitting in with you and being your host, it's truly been a pleasure, and I thought we'd really finish up the time. We're talking about the president's speech as well, as are we moving down a road that will lead us to serfdom is was the speech last night, the Declaration of dependence 808 590957 will start off the discussion with Chuck from Franklin. Chuck, you're on with Rocky. Iraqi. How are you? Thank you. Look, I'm a Oakland County Republican. Essentially sort of one of your constituents and far as I remember the last time we met I had the opportunity to personally congratulate you on how you handled the party when Brooks Patterson died and that difficult situation So the criticism I have for you now. Comes from that place and not some far left wing nut job. But But yesterday on the program you called the Free Press story on McCIane Maddock. A hit job, and, um, I read the story. I printed it out. I've got a print out in front of me right now. I've read it twice and I can't find a single word or Punctuation mark in that story. That's untrue or unfair. And I'd like to know what what exactly is your objection to that story? And then I've got a follow up for you. Sure, real quick of my objection is that it implied without contacting machine directly or understanding the position that she's taken regarding masks that That it implied that Republicans were the reason that we had such a high covert rate. If you read the article, the article implies that it's the Republicans fault that we're having such covert rates and that the Republicans are not paying attention and not wearing masks and let me let me just be very honest and straightforward with you that I wear my mask and I've taken hits from all kinds of people. People laughing at me for wearing a mask and people not laughing at me for for a mask, But congratulate me. I don't care what people think. I wear a mask because I believe in in personal responsibility. It's up to the individual also to play of some semblance of have some semblance of personal responsibility. And that's why I wear a mask and and Michelle in wears a mask in public. She doesn't just walk around and in the article basically implied that it was the Republicans that are laughing at all these cove it the CDC covert guidances. That's just not the case. Well, wait a minute machine. Matic does have a history of bomb throwing on this subject and the day Boucher, who wrote the article mentioned that they contacted the Michigan GOP for contact. For comment on the story, and the Michigan GOP did not respond. So they they contacted them late in the evening, and Steph contacting people on their cell phones. And quite frankly, I disagree with that. But go on to your next question. I apologize because we're running out of time. We're at the end of the hour here, check you had the chance yesterday interviewing machine toe. Ask her about whether or not she really believes, as she retweeted quote masks are ineffective, harmful. Physically and mentally and never intended for general population use. That's a That's a despicable message to be putting out to the people of Michigan and I still don't know whether Miss Shawn Matic really believe that or not, you had her on yesterday You had the chance to ask her those questions. And instead you guys talked about Jules Jones's do you? I I think that's bad, bad interviewing, and I don't think Frank Beckmann would have done that. Well, I'm well, I'll have to ask Frank. But more importantly, that's why Frank's retired now and I'm sitting in the chair. So the Debbie Gero obviously had enough trust in me to to guide the ship for a least one more day. But Chuck, I I appreciate your opinion. I disagree with parts of it. I agree with parts of it. What's also interesting that you need to know is that the CDC and go on the CDC website like I have done and review what they're talking about regarding masks because they actually say some masks do not work. Other masks do and we've had guidance from poaching on both sides of the fence on this one. So listen, Chuck, if I'm on again, if I've got the honor to be on again, I will ask machine to jump back on and hopefully you'll hear it and we'll clarify any issues. So thank you very much for calling in gym from live on your own with Rocky Rashkovsky..
"maddock" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"And boy what an interesting time vaccines were coming up. I wanna remind you we have James person showing up with us in just a few minutes. And then tonight tonight if you got a belly up live Com See me and rushed it on a livestream with the band in support of the Challenge Athletes Foundation. So, yeah, There's just going belly up live dot com. Check us out cynicism. Money for CIA up and it says may if it says Make your checks payable to rusty nails, you're on the wrong sex. Yeah, that's the you've been had. Hey, Rob, Rob Maddock, Yoni, Good buddy. And a great great addition. The program is the CEO and board chairman of a company called Noble Integrated. He really taught us about what it means for decentralized healthcare. In other words, instead of having to go somewhere for your health care. They're starting to come to you either virtually or otherwise, Rob great to have you good to see you today. How are you, brother? Request. Guys, I want to wish you both a happy New York's senior since and glad to be here. Yes, And I noticed on your set. You have two extra bottles of liquor that you didn't have before. So you must have had a great You must have a great holiday, but smaller party on the way. Had some clients combined. Thank me. Yeah, that's actually got four. I missed the other two that Hey, listen down. Real quickly on this boy. You are front and center in the news right now, because of this decentralized healthcare component of what you guys doing. Medical technology component give us a top down just over all of the vaccine of and how the failures are probably because of centralized healthcare. Versus decentralized healthcare and what you guys were doing to get involved in. I think so, You know, we're being Canadian and the operating features really being conducted in Canada. It's a little bit different when you guys were experiencing their butt in that, you know, there's a limited number of vaccines even more so than what you guys were doing with infer from our perspective. What we're really trying to do is find solutions. Post vaccination. Here in Canada. The vaccination is conducted under lab conditions. It's It's very, very stringent. It Z. There's not a lot of latitude. But where we come in. Is the support around it when there's a failure in the vaccination when there's a counter result on adverse effects of the vaccination, and then the follow up, you know, we do understand that it's a two dose application. So the in between what's happening we're dealing with that We deal with them both at the clinic level and at the home. I mean, you you identified it it you know perfectly in that What we brought as a solution was technology into your home at a high level as opposed to what? We're conventionally, huh? A accustomed to, and that's that virtual two dimensional application, right? I mean, could don't you wish that you guys had come along two years earlier? Because don't you think we'd be further along and everything, including, you know the search for a vaccine, the distribution of the vaccine and then then herd immunity? I mean, I think it's gonna make a difference, Is it not? Yeah, you know, way we've been here for a while. The problem is the acceptance in the doc's write exactly elements of the spectrum. And you're right if we if it would have been adopted by the professional community sooner if it would have been acceptable to the patient based community sooner. This would have been an altogether different ball game we'd be dealing with now. Yeah, and I think and I think part of this thing is is you know, I think in a time like this, don't you rob that The medical community and the rest of us patients are gonna start adopting it because we sort of have to because the existing medical system is bursting at the seams, right? Yeah. I mean, you know we're seeing the catastrophic effect of the pandemic, but the reality is what we're really seeing is the infrastructure issues that we have in present model. And regardless of today, being a pandemic, or just a natural evolution of health care and the depth of healthcare. We needed a new solution and this is accelerating that that application and I think we have the solution. It's it's not just good here in Canada or in the U S. But, you know, As I said in a previous show, we're looking at Bangladesh were looking at India communities and countries where it's an even bigger problem. So my question for you is, you know, over the next 18 months. What's what is what's going on for for Novo integrated by the way, we're talking to Rob Matter County. He's the CEO and board chairman of Noble Integrated. They have a publicly traded stocks tumbled in the OS. You can also go to Novo Integrated calm, which is what we're showing on the website. See, we're on their website. So Rob, where you What's what's happening the next 18 months for you? I mean, you put your crystal ball on with respect to, you know, execution and deployment of what's going on there. Absolutely. I mean, from a practical point of view and a business point of view the tour different on the practical side in the operations in the first quarter, we're rolling out heavy with respect to the technology. They hold the home based technology at the high level peripheral based up Skilling with respect to the delivery model. We're also looking at bringing in products that have been developed over the last two years to number one view with immune issues and the compromises around those clothes, immune concerns. So the first quarter's exciting in that regard from a business perspective we're on the path to up listening, so we look to be uplifted in short order. Putting us in a much more pronounced environment.
"maddock" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Care for a while. Boy. What an interesting time Vaccines were coming up. I wanna remind you we have James person showing up with us in just a few minutes. And then tonight tonight if you go belly up live Com. See me and rushed on a live stream with the band in support of the challenge Athletes Foundation. So, yeah, this is just going belly up. Live dot com Check us out cynicism. Money for CIA. And it says may if it says make your checks payable to rusty nails, you're on the wrong sex. Yeah, that's the Cuban had bad. Hey, Rob, Rob Maddock, Yoni, Good buddy. And a great great addition. The program is the CEO and board chairman of a company called Noble Integrated. He really taught us about what it means for decentralized healthcare. In other words, Instead of having to go somewhere for your health care. They're starting to come to you either virtually or otherwise, Rob great to have you good to see you today. How are you, brother? Request. Guys. I want to wish you both for happy New York's senior since and glad to be here. Yes, And I noticed on your set. You have two extra bottles of liquor that you didn't have before. So you must have had a great You must have a great holiday. But it's not a party on the way. Had some clients combined. Thank you. Yeah, that's actually got four. I miss the other two that. Hey, listen down. Real quickly on this boy. You are front and center in the news right now because of this decentralized healthcare component of what you guys doing medical technology. Component. Give us the top down just over all of the vaccine on how the failures are probably because of centralized healthcare versus decentralized healthcare and what you guys were doing to get involved in. I think so, You know, we're being Canadian and the operating features really being conducted in Canada. It's a little bit different when you guys were experiencing their butt in that, you know, there's a limited number of vaccines. Even more so than what you guys were doing within for us from our perspective. What we're really trying to do is find solutions. Post vaccination here in Canada. The vaccination is conducted under lab conditions. It's It's very, very stringent it Z It is not a lot of latitude. But where we come in. Is the support around it when there's a failure in the vaccination when there's a counter result on adverse effect of the vaccination, and then the follow up, you know, we do understand that it's a two dose application. So the in between what's happening we're dealing with that we deal with them both at the clinic level and at the home. I mean, you identified it it, you know perfectly in that What we brought as a solution was technology into your home at a high level as opposed to what? We're conventionally, huh? A accustomed to, and that's that virtual two dimensional application, right? I mean, could don't you wish that you guys had come along two years earlier? Because don't you think we'd be further along and everything, including, you know the search for a vaccine, the distribution of the vaccine and then then herd immunity? I mean, I think it's gonna make a difference, Is it not? Yeah, you know, way we've been here for a while. The problem is the acceptance in the doc's write exactly elements of the spectrum. And you're right if we if it would have been adopted by the professional community sooner if it would have been acceptable to the patient based community sooner. This would have been an altogether different ball game we'd be dealing with now. Yeah, and I think and I think part of this thing is is you know, I think at a time like this, don't you rob that The medical community and the rest of us patients are gonna start adopting it because we sort of have to because the existing medical system is bursting at the seams, right? Yeah. I mean, you know we're seeing the catastrophic effect of the pandemic, but the reality is what we're really seeing is the infrastructure issues that we have in present model. And regardless of today, being a pandemic, or just a natural evolution of health care in the depth of healthcare. We needed a new solution and this is accelerating that that application and I think we have the solution. It's it's not just good here in Canada or in the U S. But, you know, As I said in a previous show, we're looking at Bangladesh. We're looking at India communities and countries where it's an even bigger problem. So my question for you is, you know, over the next 18 months. What's what is what's going on for for Novo integrated By the way, we're talking, Rob Matter County He's the CEO and board chairman of Noble Integrated. They have a publicly traded stock symbol in the OS. You can also go to Novo Integrated calm, which is what we're showing on the website. See, we're on their website. So Rob, where you What's what's happening the next 18 months for you? I mean, you put your crystal ball on with respect to, you know, execution and deployment of what's going on there. Absolutely. I mean, from a practical point of view and a business point of view the tour different on the practical side in the operations in the first quarter, we're rolling out heavy with respect to the technology. They hold the home based technology at the high level peripheral based up Skilling with respect to the delivery model. We're also looking at bringing in products that have been developed over the last two years to number one view with immune issues and the compromises around those clothes, immune concerns. So the first quarter's exciting in that regard from a business perspective we're on the path to uplifting, so we look to be uplifted in short order. Putting us in a much more pronounced environment where there's a little bit more attention to what we are. I'll say that's and that's a major effect you were to do. We're gonna do a section next week, Rob with you on up listing and what that means s O people understand? They're going from the bulletin board up to a bigger exchange. That's how that's how these guys wanna rob. Thanks so much, Rob Matic Yoni know, integrate, Get stuff. Get a close up, But this is getting a little bigger, too. Right here on the neck.
"maddock" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Why What? What? Entering time The vaccines were coming up. I wanna remind you we have James person showing up with us in just a few minutes. And then tonight tonight if you go belly up live Com See me and Russia on a live stream. With the band in support of the Challenge Athletes Foundation. So yeah, this is just going belly up. Live dot com. Check us out. Send us some money for CIA. And it says may if it says Make your checks payable to rusty nails, you're on the wrong sex. That's the Cuban hat. Hey, Rob, Rob Maddock, Yoni, Good buddy. And a great great addition. The program is the CEO and board chairman of a company called Noble Integrated. He really taught us about what it means for decentralized healthcare. In other words, instead of having to go somewhere for your health care. They're starting to come to you either virtually or otherwise, Rob great to have you good to see you today. How are you, brother? Request. Guys, I want to wish you both a happy New Year's senior since and glad to be here. Yes, And I noticed on your set. You have two extra bottles of liquor that you didn't have before. So you must have had a great You must have a great holiday, but it's nowhere party on the way. Had some clients combined. Thank me. Yeah, that's actually got four. I missed the other two that they they let someone down. Real quickly on this boy. You are front and center in the news right now because of this decentralized healthcare component of what you guys doing medical technology. Component. Give us the top down just over all of the vaccine on how the failures are probably because of centralized healthcare versus decentralized healthcare and what you guys were doing to get involved in. Thanks. So you know we're being Canadian and the operating features really being conducted in Canada. It's a little bit differently when you guys were experiencing their butt in that, you know, there's a limited number of vaccines. Even more so than what you guys were doing within for us from our perspective. What we're really trying to do is find solutions. Post vaccination here in Canada. The vaccination is conducted under lab conditions. It's It's very, very stringent it Z There's not a lot of latitude, but where we come in. Is the support around it when there's a failure in the vaccination when there's a counter result on adverse effect of the vaccination, and then the follow up, you know, we do understand that it's a two dose application. So the in between what's happening we're dealing with that We deal with them both at the clinic level and at the home. I mean, you identified it it you know perfectly in that What we brought as a solution was technology into your home at a high level as opposed to what? We're conventionally, huh? A accustomed to, and that's that virtual two dimensional application, right? I mean, could don't you wish that you guys had come along two years earlier? Because don't you think we'd be further along and everything, including, you know the search for a vaccine, the distribution of the vaccine and then then herd immunity? I mean, I think it's gonna make a difference, Is it not? Yeah, you know, way we've been here for a while. The problem is the acceptance in the doc's write exactly elements of the spectrum. And you're right if we if it would have been adopted by the professional community sooner if it would have been acceptable to the patient based community sooner. This would have been an altogether different ball game we'd be dealing with now. Yeah, and I think and I think part of this thing is is you know, I think in a time like this, don't you rob that The medical community and the rest of us patients are gonna start adopting it because we sort of have to because the existing medical system is bursting at the seams, right? Yeah. I mean, you know we're seeing the catastrophic effect of the pandemic, but the reality is what we're really seeing is the infrastructure issues that we haven't present model. And regardless of today, being a pandemic, or just a natural evolution.
"maddock" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"I really and you know what. I want to go back to a minute to something else a slot and said about the security of the nation. It's it's especially unstable right just because of what's going on with the president and the cabinet but yet to consider the capitol building was compromised and the level that it was compromised. I mean they got into places where there there are secrets you know if there's intelligence in that building the information that's on the desks or visible or accessible through unlocked computers. I mean if people get people were told if you read mitch's account people knocking on the door saying get out of here now. Some people left without locking their computers. I don't have any idea. Mitch did. I mean that's not what i'm saying. There are pictures out there of these rioters sitting at desks with their smog entitled little faces smiling and showing screens of these unlock computers. Anything that was in the capitol building is compromised and on top of that. We don't even know if people left surveillance equipment or anything else. I don't know what it's gonna take to clean that up to make that area so that you know they sweep for surveillance equipment like god. I don't know anything about that but this is a serious threat. Our risk level as a nation state is even higher now than it has been since the solar winds hack. What are the fascinating stories coming. out of. All of this as they were evacuating the floor of the house of representatives. One of the house clerk's just happened to pick up all of the sealed envelopes containing the electoral vote. Literally those things could have been left behind and been taken over by this insurrection and what we had. Then if we didn't have the official Certified sealed electoral vote count from each of the states before they were officially right into the record. That's one of the minor problems would have been created. Certainly the national security concerns are are just as as high. There's also some internal problems as created from the michigan republican. Party christine that you were talking about with me before we started recording. Absolutely so we mentioned laura cox was not running for re election presumptive successor as ron weiser and he has mish maddock wind up to be his. Co chair now michigan maddock. If you don't know who she is. She's been an activist for a long time. Definitely a trump loyalist she. I think she runs women for trump. but she's the kind of person who would go onto news shows and say. I don't understand why you can get an abortion in this state but i can't go out and buy an american flag right now and you know during the covid shutdowns and whatever. So she's that kind of person so she's lined up to a co chair while here's the thing. Michelle maddock paid for buses to transport people from michigan to that trump rally slash assault on the capitol building sticks. Michiganders were arrested for what they did. There i don't know if they were on the michel maddock bus or not but six people were arrested and at least one of those people was arrested with an unlicensed. Firearm unregistered ammunition. I think it's i think it's called unregistered firearms. People are going to care about the language but most people don't but had ammo. He had a large capacity ammo feeding device. Five people died there one of them. A police officer mishaan mad at shared the video of the mob walking to the capitol saying whose house our house capitals in the background. We'll have the video while. Because i recorded it and she tweeted and said this was the most incredible crowd and see if people i've ever walked with..
DLCC Calls on Representative Matt Maddock to Resign for Participating in Washington, DC Protests
"Democrats are urging the michigan. Gop to oust co-chair candidate mishaan matic as well as for the resignation of officials who supported efforts. to overturn the election. state representative darren. Hillary says that includes michelle and her husband. State rep mathematics who joined the dc protests. He should be censored and removed from office because we should not be serving with people in our government who do not believe in our government in the first place in a statement on matic said. The rally was intended to be peaceful and agree that those who broke the law should be held accountable.
"maddock" Discussed on WTVN
"Telling you TV and sports, and we say good morning to Matt McCoy. Matt. I don't know what to start with you first. Because I don't have a lot of time because of Mr Campese Rant, but I wanted to give him that platform. He deserves a ranch. Just served. Get your car stolen. You could be you can rant. Absolutely. So there's two things one. I want to put this to rest. And you'd be the man to ask. This cove. It's scare that happened yesterday and that got put out in social and then Ohio State and Jean Smith comes out to say no, no, no Championship game is still on for Monday. That is correct, right? That is correct. Yes, I would, however. Just prepare people that there's probably gonna be some key players for Ohio State that can play OK and key players, too. So this is not like, you know, playing Michigan State when you're down a bunch of people or or even Northwestern in the Big 10 title game when you're down a bunch of people, this is Ala Bama. The best team in the country. And when you're at full strength, you're gonna have trouble medium. Please don't misunderstand. I think Ohio State's got a chance. Yeah, A Zilong is Number one is playing like he did on Saturday. But they may they. It's just gonna be a challenge that the whole year's been a challenge. It was a talent even start playing now. Um so I think they're used to it. I think they're dug in. But I would be really surprised and things that I'm hearing would be Um, completely incorrect. I'd be really surprised if I state has a full roster. I think there's gonna be people here to go. Oh, you're kidding where I have to play this game without him. That's the situation that we're just dealing with in this cove. A terra, Save them with the Browns. My whole sportscast this morning is covert stuff. Wow, it Z I mean, I hate it. I want to report on games and scores and what's going on, But I mean, it's It's just the way that it is right now, unfortunately, well do your thing, Brother. I'll let you have it. Well. It is all about Kobe. This Buckeye updated service Anthony Thomas Chocolate Buckeyes National title game still on for Monday despite reports of more positive covert tests with the Buckeyes, always you athletic director Jean Smith. Putting out a statement that the protocols are being followed. The game is on Bama 80 Greg Stank E with a similar statement. Now Nick Saban's daughter Harbor with a rather unfortunate tweet. Kristen saving, accusing Ohio State of making up the outbreak and never to the lay of the game a week to allow more time for Justin Fields to hell. She deleted that tweet and later posted an apology. Meanwhile, the Buckeyes continued practice and the defense is going to be getting ready for Heisman Trophy winner receiver Devante Smith of the Crimson Tide wins it. He is the first receiver to win the award. Since Desmond Howard in 1991 from the NFL. The Browns, who have been having covert issues form or than a month, had five more positive chest yesterday, including Their head coach Kevin Stepan ski. It means that's the fans. Key is out for the playoff game against Pittsburgh Sunday. Special teams coach Mike Priefer will coach the team. The Browns currently have 10 players and five coaches on their covert River reserve list. This Buckeye Basketball updated service, a Legacy retirement group. The Buckeye Game against Penn State, scheduled for tonight postponed Because of covert issues with the Navy alliance. Second straight game Penn State has had to postpone. Always use next game will now be Saturday at Rutgers Rockers lost last night to Michigan State from the central high Ohana dealer. Sports desk. Maddock oId news radio 6 10 w TVs, quality information.
"maddock" Discussed on Republic Keeper - with Brian O'Kelly
"Uses bar codes or qr codes in the world. And i think that's literally every company uses his tech came when you grab your phone and grab that. Qr code scanning. That's because of him. He's the guy he knows more about computers rating physical data from physical world than probably anybody so then he explains this idea of what is a kinna matic artifact and so he his whole testimony was like fifty minutes and i pulled out. You know a dozen of the most important points i think from it and again i'm Everybody was interesting. I can't cover it all. So i just run to drill in on this guy. 'cause i thought this was the this for me was the most new information i've heard people before. Say those things weren't secured seen the stuff about the state farm center before this was new for me. So here he is describing. What is a kinetic artifact which this is a new term for me. Maybe it's not for you but it was new for me here. He hit a matic artifacts. Kenneth kenneth maddock is just a nerdy word. Four evidence on paper when to physical forces come together right and a papers bent. There's always going to be an example of that. All of us have dealt with. This machines have very hard strict rules. You can go to the bank. You can use your debit card if you put in your pin wrong. It kicks it back. It keeps asking you know correctness note correctness now. You know your money's there but if you enter your pin wrong it won't work same thing with your password for your email. So machines have very very hard rules. A lot of those rules are also in the physical world so before anything became a rule of machine it became a rule in the physical world. That means somebody's hand. Put it in in this case. It's paper when i'm going to be talking about his kinetic artifacts that's the fold the fold debts leftover take a brand new dollar. Bill when you fold it that fold will always be there. Go to coin machine and a snack machine trying to get a snack out of it and put it in your dollar bill and it kicks it back. It's the machine saying something's not right about this dollar it's broken. It's messed up the color's not right. We have all experienced this before. What me talking about is charismatic artifacts. If we'll move onto the next pdf please. I'm gonna show you how my process of our team what we're going to do and if we can enlarge that day is we can detect what. I'm calling the counterfeit. There is nothing new that i'm going to be sharing with today. This is how counterfeit bills or detected. This is how counterfeit art is detected. This is already been a. It's not new science. It's just never been applied to these very important things in our process. It's about the people. The people want confidence that their vote period. I personally do not care how this comes down. But i do care about the vote being counted and the vote mattering whatever our system can detect. And that's what we're here to do is offer something that can remedy this immediately. The numbers will speak for themselves. Came and so he says they can. They can detect all of this. And so you know when you think about it you know and try and fold a piece of paper then go iron your iron money receiving iron money or press money to try and make you know even get the folds out there there there you may be able to make them where you can't feel them with your hand but they would certainly be detectable and the reason is because those things are made of fibres right and the fibers get torn and if you fold it. One way fibers on that side get torn differently than the fibers underneath and you can tell forever that that photos fibers in that piece of paper have been torn. He goes on to talk quite a bit about inc and some other things and.
Finding the Best Cell for the Job
"Eric thanks for joining us. Thanks so much that we daddy very nice to be on. Today we're gonna talk about berkeley heights. Your digital cell biology platform and its potential to impact finally therapeutic development and manufacturing but agricultural and industrial applications of biotechnology. Let's start with some terminology. Berkeley lights calls itself a digital cell biology company. I'm sure liz familiar with each of those words but maybe not put together in that way. What is a digital cell biology company. Yeah i mean so for for the listeners who are lights reposition ourselves as leading digital biology company. What it means dante's we're we're really focused on accelerating the rapid development and commercialization of bio therapeutics and other selves products. And and. so we do that because we really we. We've envisioned future. Where you know cells are skew volt steinway to manufacture the product. We need to live a long healthy life and and we also understand that. There's big challenges in making salvage products in a big challenge. Today is is that you really have to understand an assess how the cells performa hey In other words you functionally characterize many single cells at scale to find the single-cell that makes the product you need and so what we do at berkeley heights is. Is you know we we record. You know that that kind of qualitative information from these functional asked the cells we translate that into digital information and so this is the digital information which is associated with the digital sell vilocci component right. This is the digital information that our customers used to select the cells. And so you know. We provide this huge data cube of information to our customers and and that is why we are a digital biology company. I think for the purposes of this discussion people need to think a bit differently about cells than they might otherwise. You're not looking at sells for the role. They play in a living organism but as factories that have the potential for producing a desired end product. What our cells in this context we believe these cells are are these little factories like you describe in an inside of these sales there there. There are millions of things happening at any given instant them you know you have you have of course transcription from a Into ornate translation into different proteins. All covered by you know these crazy maddock reactions that allow these chemical reactions to have an at temperatures that are that are unforeseen and read sit around for seen outside of these little factories. And so you know these cells birthrights can be just about anything. It's actually one of the one of the wonderful things about our platform is we can handle wide variety of of different cells on the platform and so although our major workflows are in selig development where we used cells like Chinese hamster ovaries sales chose cells or in antibi- discovery where we either take plasma v cells and these can be from unionized. These be from humans can be from any host of of animals. It's been immunized or has been to disease and recovered so this is the fbi cells and antibody discovery. We have t. Cells that we pull on the device from for self therapy development workflows in synthetic biology can be bacteria yeast Different fungi A huge host of different organisms can be can be operated on the brake lights platform. So you know it's it's it's pretty exciting tasks be able to operate across central. Why a wide variety of of biological organisms one of the challenges of developing cell based products. Is that it requires living and functionally validated cells. Berkeley said adding methods to characterize cell functionality are insufficient and come too late in the process. Can you explain yes so for example of when you think about Let's let's take an example like antibody discovery in antibody discovery. It's it's not uncommon for you know the former customers or or or biotech companies to have is animals. And and so you know you take a blood sample from these immunize animals and you find that. Animal is has positive. There are antibodies in that animal. Which are specific to a therapeutic for a particular disease. And so you know one of the ways that that the most common way of a finding or discovering the b. cells which produce antibody which by the way have the code so that we can manufacture therapeutic. You have to find that. Sell one of the ways that they do it is. Is this process cold hybridoma. And so i in the hybridoma process you. You sacrificed animal. You grab the spun decides you then fuse them with his cancer cells myeloma cells in and you create this kind of frank inside cell which is all hybrid home now the functional characterization that process doesn't happen for eight to twelve weeks and so your way down your way way down the process and by the way in that first fusion process that i mentioned you lose a a very large amount of the genetic diversity in that process. So you're way way down the time line you don't know whether you do have a functionally a functionally diverse set of of anti pd. Candidates are not if you contrast that to the lights workflows. You know we do. Is we take the cells. Positives be cells directly from that animal and we put them on the system and within eight hours. I you know whether you do or do not have invaded therapeutic candidates and so we're able to perform this level of characterization very rapidly and it's not just it's not just you know isn't engine specific you know we. We also have the ability to measure cross species reactivity competitive binding essays and these are all kind of india isotopes. These are all kind of bread butter things but will we recently released. One of the workflows we recently released was our are viral news. Ation workflow in which we showcase day in the app note functional blocking acid so we can actually put either reporter cells or or proteins bound to feeds into the nfl with a cell that secreting antibody and show that you know that there is a blocking That blocking performer. If this is done with live cells you can actually see the the function on the live cells that the antibody blocks the interaction. So that's it for us. That's pretty exciting.
Are Yeti Just a Bunch of Bears?
"Support. For brain stuff comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part every up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash brain stuff rate shield approval. Only valid on certain thirty year purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans. Data in comparison to public data records, equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states and m l s consumer access dot org number three zero three zero. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, I'm in Bogle bomb, and you know, everybody loves a good grip. Did if the classic creatures of legend and hearsay Bill, the Loch Ness monster, for example, or sasquatch are two can't be for your tastes. Perhaps your interest would be piqued by the group slaying. A giant snake with an elephants. Head said to hang out in caves of northwestern, South Africa, or the yeah, we basically the big foot of the astray, Ian outback or the Pingree a giant slot like Abe reportedly lurking in the Amazon rainforest on the border between Brazil and Bolivia if you're game to dive into the waters of cryptos zoology, you'll be there awhile because they are fathomless science, however will rarely dive in there with you. But it has on occasion made an exception for the yeti. If you were to ask, hey, are the yeti just a bunch of bears genetics would say, yes, the yeti or the great white abominable. Snowman of the Himalayas is one of the world's most beloved cryptos. It's a major figure in the folklore. Nepal and hikers are constantly reporting to have seen a giant white ape like creature stocking around the mountains. Some even claimed to have brought home a piece of one of these beasts a tuft of hair Abon, some skin a tooth or some abominable Deng. These yeti souvenirs have made their way into museums and private collections over the years. And now nine of them formed the basis for a study investigating the reality behind the folktales. The study published in the proceedings of the Royal Society b finds that of the alleged yeti bits, genetically sequenced by the international team of researchers all reveal themselves to be a very commonplace origin, eight bears and a dog. There was diversity in the species of bears. One Asian black bear was represented one Himalayan Brown bear and six to betton Brown bears. Other researchers suggest that similar genetic studies should be able to help unravel other cryptos legends where previous genetic studies of possible. Cryptos looked only at mitochondrial DNA this research team gave. Cave, bones, and wads of hair. The full works applied PCR amplification Maddock Andrea sequencing by the Conrail genome assembly and Filo genyk analysis. According to the researchers this makes the most rigorous analysis of anomalous or mythical Hamad like creatures today. Eight the team also sequenced mitochondrial DNA of Twenty-three Asian bears. And compared them with bears around the world. They found the Tabet and Brown bear to be more closely related to American bears than they are to their neighbors, the Himalayan bear. In fact, the two species probably split along two separate evolutionary lineages around six hundred and fifty thousand years ago during a major ice age. And just in case you're wondering who compiled the bare parts that the team used their research. They were assembled by eight 2016 animal planet team for a special titled yeti or not which explored the myths behind the monster. Today's episode was written by just shields and produced by Tyler clay for more on this and lots of other mythic, topics. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com. Hi, I'm Beth Newell from doctors. And I'm Peter mcnerney from the story pirates, and where parents comedian and the hosts of Reno's parenting. That's true. But here's the thing. If we're being honest, we don't really know that much about parenting. I mean, we do have a two and four year old and we've managed to keep them alive. But seriously is there a right way to do this. Are you asking me? No, peter. I know you don't know the. Nervous there each week. We unpack what we know. And don't know about how to raise kids. Well, our kids. Yeah. We've never met your kids. So really, I don't know what to tell you you want expert opinions child psychology, cool parenting hacks. I'm sure there's a show for that each week on our show. We hear our personal parenting triumphs and failure. And failures. I already said by