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"marcin" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

Mala Wielka Firma

05:49 min | 2 months ago

"marcin" Discussed on Mala Wielka Firma

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Australia Dumps French Submarine Deal for US Nuclear Fleet

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | 2 months ago

Australia Dumps French Submarine Deal for US Nuclear Fleet

"Australian prime minister Scott Morrison says the nation has decided to invest in US nuclear powered submarines and dump his contract with France to build diesel electric subs on Wednesday president Joe Biden has announced a new security alliance with Australia and Britain that would develop an Australian nuclear powered submarine fleet as a result Australia has notified Franz that it would end its contract to build twelve of the world's largest conventional submarines Marcin hood said US nuclear submarine technology wasn't an option open to Australia when the earlier deal was struck in twenty sixteen the U. S. house until now only shed the technology with Britain it's a move that could deepen a growing chasm in US China relations I'm Charles the last month

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"marcin" Discussed on The Social Fix.

The Social Fix.

01:55 min | 4 months ago

"marcin" Discussed on The Social Fix.

"We'll thirty figures. People like police people at teaches people. Parents was probably really difficult as well because there who is supposed to trust their the opinions that we trust and take on board so yeah i guess as well so that's more of i like the bullying side of things with some hints of racism but talking about racism and discrimination in general with school in without school had a a lot of it. I've had a fair share of experiences with that Even outside the community. Sorry things like finding a job sir. employed for quite a while throughout my employment. I was also trying to find other employment and And yeah i found it very difficult at one point to find employment. I was trying really hard and everything like that and start. A lot of my family. Friends will resorting to changing their names. Because they found that they weren't being accepted and i felt that it was because of than i am now. I know there's probably people out there thinking will that tell you felt was probably not true but when you're in the situation you nari you can tell when you know exactly why don't being chosen. Why not being and you say the people the picks and it really says a lot to you. Sorry stiffer when you're in the situation. But even that i did i consider changing my name and and I consulted with in our family about it in that. And i decided not to because i wasn't going to take that part of my identity wife society so i'm really glad that i didn't do that because obviously have the marcin mazing job right now with people who love love. Love may and absolutely really respect and appreciate that. I have an other culture. That's part of me and see that as a really positive thing like how. I see that as a positive thing with other cultures you know can shift food. We can share music..

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Is It Legal for Employers to Mandate COVID-19 Vaccinations?

NPR's Business Story of the Day

02:07 min | 7 months ago

Is It Legal for Employers to Mandate COVID-19 Vaccinations?

"Vaccinations are on the rise in the us and some employers are thinking about how and when to bring people back to work but what about those employees who won't get the vaccine. Can they be forced to do so. Npr's using gucci reports allies for health and wellbeing is an hiv clinic in pittsburgh many of its patients have weakened immune systems so the pandemic has been dangerous time then the covid vaccine became available and with it says human resources director. Marson the question of whether to require a vaccination among its staff of fifty. The clinic decided not to go. That far recurrently strongly recommend that all of our stuff e- vaccinated but that could shift marcin says allies board of directors is still considering an out and out vaccine requirement. He says the clinic is searching for the right balance between managing safety and fairness to workers the two issues public health and organizational culture on one hand. There's the risk of infection on the other. The clinic has moved away from an authoritarian workplace culture in recent years it emphasizes listening to an accommodating staff to the thou shalt vaccinate seem very contrary to the messages that we were building. Meanwhile marson says a larger clinic nearby took a different approach. They did mandate that. All of their employees have code vaccination and i did ask the head of the organization whether anybody had to be fired and he said two people were many experts agree. It's legal for employers to mandate vaccination especially in high risk environments like factories or hospitals but employers are still wrestling with whether to do so by law employers have obligations to keep the workplace safe and to not discriminate against workers. But it comes to mandating new vaccines. What does that mean in

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Hey Google, check my privacy settings

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03:31 min | 11 months ago

Hey Google, check my privacy settings

"Smart speakers like amazon echo or google home are seemingly everywhere these days. Millions of americans have one but despite their popularity there are some real. Privacy concerns that the average person may be you. Maybe someone you know might not know about joining me to talk about smart speaker privacy and what you can do to minimize other people from listening in on your personal life is recode. Sarah marcin are so. Why do we need to be concerned about smart speakers and tell me what sort of data do they collect on us. Well how concerned your guest depends on. How much you care about your privacy. Obviously you can learn a lot about somebody. Based on the things they ask a device or the commands. They make the music that you like the things you buy whatever. They could be used a mixture of a comprehensive profile. Like who you are what you like. And then you have to ask how our the company's at your maybe giving information to using it so Google for instance may use it for what you do on other products that you use. Google may be targeted ads to you on those products. Unless you go to privacy preferences and tell them not to do that or any pitfalls you think that people aren't thinking about when the By one of these speakers. I think the thing that people don't know about our most alarmed about is that they are actually listening to you all the time and they're recording the things you you say. So they're not. According to all the time they're listening for is the cue word like alexa. Okay right so sort of this passive listening or more. And that's when they turn on when you activate them or maybe they hear something to think 'cause they make mistakes that they think activates them they then record it. They send that to the company servers where it's process and an answer is then sent back to you instantaneously. But you know you're being recorded and that recording might be saved on their servers indefinitely if you don't have erased or you don't have settings that race it. Allied these companies will have humans review small sample of those recordings just to make sure that the devices are working well and accurately so that's not signed to like people's supposed to be the identified. But i think some people might feel. They'll creeped out if they knew that. So it's important that they do know that. Yeah i mean. Is there anything that someone who might be getting. Say an amazon echo. Christmas this year or google home. What can they do about it. I mean a lot of this feels kind of baked in to the product. Yeah i mean again anything ask it to do anything command you can potentially be information of yours as being exposed trusting another company to treat where they say that will and should so if you really concerned about you. Don't wanna microphone in your house. You may return it to the store. If it's something that you know you do want us. And that's a trade off you wanna make. There are sort of opt ins or opt out that you can use my believe google at this point asks you to opt into having humans reviewing your recording which is good amazon. I believe you have to opt out of it google. Also you have to believe opt out of having it using your data to personalized products to you. Which often means ads. So go into your privacy preferences of the app store on the websites and sort of see what options are available to you and then really think about what they mean would information to telling you that they can collect and sort of taken. Choose which ones you want and sort of hope that those options are respected

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EU: Brexit trade talks to go on past Thursday deadline

BBC Newshour

03:15 min | 1 year ago

EU: Brexit trade talks to go on past Thursday deadline

"Summit summit in in which which they'll they'll be be discussing discussing Brexit Brexit in in depth depth for for the the first first time time in in months months as as the the clock clock continues continues to to tick tick down down to to the the end end of of December. December. With With no no trade trade agreement in sight, the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's warned he may pull out of the talks if no progress is achieved by the end of the summit. Well, let's go live to Brussels and took Teo Ah, Correspondents Nick Beak and Nick just set out for us. I mean, it's hard to keep up with what's going on, just sent out for us What it is precisely there likely to be talking about what's holding things up. James will as we speak if their own schedule this very point. The chief negotiator off the use side, Misha Vanni will be talking to the leaders of the 27 remaining you countries he will be bringing them up to date on where they are in these trade negotiations that have been limping on, you know, for the past 67 months or so despite covert and despite A lot of meetings not happening face to face, but But, as you say, I mean, so many deadlines have come and gone with Brexit. Boris Johnson was hoping that today would be the moment of which that either be a deal or no deal, and they'd be able to move on from that. The latest from down the street is that Boris Johnson is willing to listen to What may or may not be agreed among you leaders over the next 48 hours, and he'll decide the future steps that the UK will take. But certainly in public. Both sides are saying they do want to deal but not at any cost on what is what are the sticking points. I mean, is it Is it still things like fishing and state subsidies? Absolutely, yeah, that they're the two key ones, specifically the extent to which you boats, Khun go into British waters in the future and fish and also the amount of government subsidies in particular the British government, But other governments, Khun give to either struggling sectors within the economy. Or maybe New text, jobs and also a third stumbling block is governance. How you deal with any sort of future trade dispute on fishing, I think has really come to the fore and this really affects Frantz and we've seen President Macron actually in the last half an hour or so, with some pretty strong language, saying on no account. Will our fishermen be sacrificed for Brexit? We didn't choose Brexit. The British people did so preserving our fisherman's accident. UK Waters allows a good compromise, and by that, I think the suggestion is the UK may move on government subsidies. On the You may give some ground on fishing, but from what President Macron is saying they're certainly not going to give loads of ground if it means getting a wider deal, But is it fair to say just briefly that I mean on the whole? Nobody wants to see Britain live leave without a deal. I think that it's fair to say both sides say that in about an hour ago, I caught up with the Irish leader T shirt, Marcin and he said, Look, You've gotta look at the way that cove it is focusing minds. Leaders of the U and the U. K cannot inflict what he said would be an additional shock of a no deal. Brexit you know that can't happen, Nick. Thank you very much. Indeed, that was Brussels correspondent. Nick be joining us live about that summit taking place right now.

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Cyberpunk 2077 Head Responds to Crunch Controversy

Daily Tech News Show

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Cyberpunk 2077 Head Responds to Crunch Controversy

"Bloomberg, obtained an internal. Email showing that cyberpunk twenty, seventy, seven, developer, CD, project red told employees that six day work weeks would be mandatory ahead of the Games. November. Nineteenth release now, Studios Co founder Marcin Wenski had previously told to a Kotok who that the student would have a non obligatory crunch policy crunch meaning you know crunch time right? Everybody's working heart in the email. CD. Project red? Studio. Head Adam Dowse said quote. I know this is in direct opposition to what we've said about crunch he also added we've extended all other possible means of navigating the situation cyberpunk twenty, seventy seven was delayed from. April sixteenth to September seventeenth and then again to. November nineteenth and the big hangup here is crunches unknown quantity across the industry in a way. That's really a key right now, like middle last couple of years, it's all anybody wants to talk about from a sort of this industry is maturing. We need to do better at how we treat our our our employees maybe even accepting some unionization in a couple of cases which really doesn't exist in the games industry. A lot of these studios will release a gigantic two hundred person produced game, the cost millions to produce, and as soon as it hits the street even if it's wildly successful, they'll lay off almost that entire team. That's not unheard of in this particular case, we're not talking about that. We're talking about this sort of cramming toward the toward the end and a lot of people don't understand how it works in terms of why is there so much cramming toward the end of a video games product cycle, and that's a difficult answer because it's very complicated, but basically, it doesn't matter how. Many times you push your release. There's always something else to be done or do be at feature creep or something had to cut out entirely or well. We have an extra month. Now, we can maybe add this that adds new complications. So before you know it, you're in a situation where now we're really locked in on the November date where a year later than we planned to. Be, with multiple dates that have all been missed in between like at some point, we either have to do this now or we go another year and if they're going to do it now, then they gotta do all hands on deck. The big problem and the reason people are mad is that they came out and acted all progressive in this regard and said, look we're not. GonNa Force it we're not gonNA, make crunch part of our company culture anymore, and we're GONNA lead the way in that regard, and then this memo says, but maybe you're not right now 'cause we got a huge game release coming up and end it is we're all. So stoked for this game

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Cyberpunk 2077 Studio Head Responds to Mandatory Crunch Reports

Daily Tech News Show

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Cyberpunk 2077 Studio Head Responds to Mandatory Crunch Reports

"Obtained an internal email showing cyberpunk twenty seventy seven game developer CD project red told employees that six day work weeks would be mandatory ahead of the Games. November. Nineteenth. Release Studio Co. founder Marcin Venzke had previously told Kotoka. The studio would have a quote non obligatory crunch policy however in the internal email CD project red studio head Adam Barsky said I. Know this is in direct opposition to what we've said about crunch and added we've extended all other possible means of navigating the situation cyberpunk twenty seventy seven was originally supposed to come out April sixteenth was delayed to September seventeenth and then again to November

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"marcin" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

The Freedive Cafe Podcast

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"marcin" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

"Actually the mechanisms quite similar to the decompression sickness cozy case the bubble can also block one of the veins one all doctors in your brain, and the end result would be the same, so the end result is kind of the same, but the mechanism that gets it. There is different. Yes, then back to packing again. Packing would be major risk factor in cage thing. Yeah over bucking especially, that's. If you see you if you're ascended is ready fast. Dermot minimum may not be enough time for the to go out of the pulmonary circulation especially, if you have a strong card yet, because you're hardwood, three slowly to take much more time to pump out this excessive out ghost out of their pulmonary collation, so maybe that is the case because you start with your lungs packed full, but when you come back to the surface, you have an extra liter of blood in your. Your Life, so it's just like you would pack one liter over what you're are packing before the died, so you can call. It can cause a line like borough trowel true, so yes, so another thing that was like a main area of interest for you. was working on body, oxygen stores, and how to improve them, but from that I. I didn't understand if you meant the the oxygen that we can store on a breath, hold or if you mean. Maiyo global that is stored in the tissues. Perhaps you could explain. Actually I was talking about how bad the Oxygen Star so including my Lobban, the oxygen founding blocks in lines everywhere. How can we then store more oxygen in our body? And interestingly how much of a part this mile global play in that, and can we train to increase our mild open stores? Is it even effective to to have more mild globe? Can we really use it effectively? And that is a very interesting question goes human muscles do not contain much mild compared to aquatic mammals. But the general belief is that it would be really good to increase Mayan lobban levels in our massive goes genetic belief among free divers. However I'm not sure about that because Denied the function of Mayakoba in in our Moscow's is not to store oxygen because it's concentration is quite low the major function of Moby in our. He's to facilitate transport of oxygen from the blood into Scott on Acela and. especially to the might conjure so my lobbying in the flow of oxygen direct, the might a Condo, and where it can be used up to produce eighty, and actually there were studies made out cardiac myocytes when my in was blocked, it could not bind oxygen that oxygen consumption of the cell decreased by seventy percent, even though there was a huge availability of oxygen because the sales were cut out there very high partial oxygen so. According to this study, the major function of my east facilitate oxygen transport to might Akon so if you would increase my content in our masses, maybe they would start to use even more oxygen during the Diet, of course, it starts some oxygen however. In order to make use of this oxygen you would have to. Induce a very strong vasoconstriction in your scout of. Diet. That's why it's so effective in aquatic mammal because they have very strong constriction. To Be Snow, blood flow to their scuttle nozzle doing the die so then the nozzles are forced to use up the oxygen. Starting my lobby go..

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"marcin" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

The Freedive Cafe Podcast

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"marcin" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

"My Lake actually then I do. Cerro offers ever see dives to train them outfield. And during the last part I do real RV dives, and that's it. What is your opinion on packing? So on an honored patron of the show is of the opinion that packing shoot of being abandoned the. Time ago, his concern, being that packing Ya increases buoyancy, which in turn increases effort on the descent, which in turn increases C O two production. And believes that this increased co two. Production Exacerbates Marcos's and all the dangerous that come along with it. Do you have any thoughts on that on packing? I think that is very beneficial in disciplines. I can clearly see their positive effects of having backing dynamic into debt. It's hard to say I. Don't pack when I'm diving deep poem, not diving as the top athletes. But I think these women be ridiculed to achieve this this huge depths without packing because. You have to get more air which would be later used to to equalize? I think that without backing. It could be much more difficult. Maybe could be even. With even impossible for for some divers, depending on their their vital capacity. Yeah, I think so he could take more. Are You, can they? They can feel deeper so it will take you deeper. You can equalize to a greater depth, but. I? I wasn't a big fan of parking for many years about sometime ago I tried to do. Some experiments into Poland is is that it really works, but I didn't experimental debt. Davis conduct without packing, but I think most of the divers who died really day. After day pack the danger of. Packing to the extreme whether it's an pool or depth, disciplines chance, it is very dangerous. Pulmonary Edema. A friend of mine had two episodes of a arterial gas in bowl. Isn't packing into pull so if you back to match? Can Be really dangerous, so he had very strong. Neurological symptoms have to be really careful when you do it right, okay now, arterial gas embolism or this is this is a subject that I wanted to come to later, but let's go onto it now so that we flow into it nicely, and this is a good condition known as cage right. Or cerebral arterial gas embolism which would be in the brain cerebral. When I discussed Matt's accident and subsequent trip to the Decompression Chamber back in two thousand eighteen, while it vertical blue. The initial assumption and diagnosis was decompression sickness, but he thinks that it may have been cage. Could you for those of us who don't really understand what cage is? Could you maybe explain a little bit what it is and why it may have exhibited some of the same symptoms of decompression sickness. Okay, so cage can be a complication of flank. Borrow Trauma, so if you damage your lungs, the air from your Hartville I can get into into the blood vessels in Iraq. So it can go to your arteries. And if this mobile get to one of the arteries in your brain, it can block. The arteries blocked the part of the brain that was supplied by this artery which will not receive oxygen, so it can coast permanent damage to your brain, and.

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"marcin" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

The Freedive Cafe Podcast

03:28 min | 1 year ago

"marcin" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

"Let's get back to marching. I, was talking to a friend of mine yesterday. Who is a big proponent of RV diving, residual volume, diving and As you said at the top of the show, you said that the the blood shift is part of the dive response, but it's difficult to. Know look at that because it's happening so deep Coming when it comes to RV diving, does it stimulate and help to train blood shift? Could it help to stimulate and train blunt shift, but shift at shallower depths than would be necessary on fool longs, so you think it's a valid and good way to train. Yeah, I think so I'm also found of our we diving. When I prepare for adept competition I. Use this metal diving especially that I have on the access to a lake, which is just twenty meters deep, so rb diving is deal on the option for me, but this metal training is very efficient. It can It's very in getting the adaptation to DEP. Dive really deeply to get the same level of largely the same level of chest, compression and. Threatening much much. Much more effective compared to one single deep dive, in my opinion in there in the preparatory face or competition, so I think it's a really good good good idea to do RV training I think not only in a leg or see, but I think during the winter season when you don't have access to the APP. I think it's also good idea or the spring train A. Status as well. Also at least to some extent induce similar other patient. Of course, it will want to be as effective as rb diving, but I think it can also be beneficial. Yeah, so when you're doing RV diving, you your first ex, your exhaling absolutely everything that you cannot the lungs before you die if you are going to residual volume, do you think that RV diving is somehow safer or more? More effective than FRC diving or partial, long guided. Yes, I think so. Because I federal years I was using only ever see diabetes in my pro-tory face to adapt competition, but the two years ago I switched to rb diving and I think it was more effective, so I feel much better doing deep diving after RV, RV training site think it works better than ever see I think because. The pressuring your chest. The the the bowling trust is decreased greater extent compared to the for C. Diving. So I think this way of trainees, better of course FRC dining also have some benefits I think he's good to train mouth you. About as far as adaptation to deputies concern I, think that RV, diabetes better. Would you do RV diving and then deep? Diving in the same session or do you separate them now? No, not at all. Because I think it's RV. Diving puts too much stress on your lying, so I don't think it's a good idea to do a deep dive after are diving, so in my case, RV diabetes the last the last part I do in training session, so I, do some. Shallow. Dives at the beginning just twenty meters because..

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"marcin" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

The Freedive Cafe Podcast

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"marcin" Discussed on The Freedive Cafe Podcast

"Welcome to the free death cafe episode nineteen with marching Baronovsky. My Name's Danni on the host of the free cafe. The Freedom Cafe is the long form interview podcast that explores the backstory's training. The challenges combined wisdom and personal philosophies of the world's free divers. Please visit free. Death Kathy dot com find all the episodes show notes and Nice pictures of the guests and the podcast is available on all good podcasts playing APPs for your convenience. So, it's episode ninety of the Podcast, can you believe that ten shy of the big one hundred and were coming up on the third anniversary of the show in a month big love to everyone who's been listening to the show these past three years, and here's too many more informative interviews to come in the future. I have some big news in the works regarding the future of the podcast what I'll be focusing. Focusing my attention on in the coming year or two, there is going to be a bit of a change in direction and a brand. New podcast is in the works, not a replacement for the free death cafe, but a companion of say I can't say too much about it right now until the website is a bit more functional, but will be coming thick and fast over the next few episodes of this show..

NASCAR's Larson suspended for racial slur in virtual race

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

NASCAR's Larson suspended for racial slur in virtual race

"A slip of the tongue by NASCAR driver Kyle Larson during the iRacing Monza madness Sunday night has resulted in his indefinite suspension by NASCAR and suspension without pay by his team owner chip Ganassi during a check of his microphone Marcin said quote you can't hear me Hey and then the N. word NASCAR says they quote will not tolerate the type of language used by Kyle Larson unquote Larson releases own statement saying that he was sorry and quote there's no excuse for that unquote I'm Brett McMillan

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An Open Source Economy of Abundance with Marcin Jakubowski

Buddhist Geeks

11:07 min | 1 year ago

An Open Source Economy of Abundance with Marcin Jakubowski

"Hello everybody Vince Horn here for another episode of Buddhist Geeks and today I am very very delighted to be having a conversation with Martian Jukovski. Good to have you on the show Martin and thank you so much for taking the time to chat with the Buddhist geeks. I'm really excited about this conversation. Because so much of what you're doing. Feel a resonance with but it's also different from what we're doing here Buddhist excited Dick's where the intersections excellent. So let's dive right in. Okay I've got my bathing suit on and I'm ready to go seven Fahrenheit and sweet Maysville Missouri. But I'll join metaphorically awesome are you. Are you at the factory farm right now yes. That's the Kansas City area. Okay cool and I and I understand that. You have also google fiber out there. Oh and that's an addition since about a year now and that's why we can have this conversation hopefully seamlessly today. Yeah no mood. That's a big game changer fiber. We spent the money on a week. We got the pipes run here. Trenched bury them and the whole facility with Up to four GIG. Wow that's awesome. See if you're kind of you're living the dream for me. Which is you've got high-speed gig multi gigabit Internet and you're out on a farm building Chit Really Cool. I'm excited to talk about your work so so I saw. I saw your tedtalk a number of years ago. Odds probably about ten years or so ago now Something like that and and just immediately was like okay this person and your partner Katharina. Y'All are doing really interesting work with the open source ecology movement and In that talk you spoke about the global construction kit which you know. Last time I checked this is like a fifty fifty or so different items that you're looking to build open source that the kind of you would be necessary for human civilization to To to this global village construction set fifty industrial machines to create small-scale civilization with modern comforts essentially the critical machines from tractors bread ovens production equipment energy equipment and and Carson everything. You need to create infrastructure. That's the basis of thriving than so we can talk about then getting meditative but you have to provide some basic needs. I yeah you can't you can't just Meditate without without some basic needs Yogis the the people they had their comfortable caves and flame. That's right that's right. Yeah and some nettles to eat right and and and you're going to see the vision that you'll have is is going well beyond that. I mean you're talking about being able to replicate modern comforts without having to rely so much on the sort of centralized modern systems that we've all come kind of dependent on. Yeah exactly the idea is. Let's distribute the economy. So right now we're in a state of centralization but the fund that by fundamental design we have a distributed world and I think that comes from the first principle of energy energy is distributed. Solar Energy is distributed. That's pretty much where all the power for today's economy comes from. It's from the sun right so by nature. We have a distributed system but the way we created we kind of reformulated as humans isn't into a hugely centralized one so to get back to more in touch with those principles of distribution decentralisation that gives power to everybody literally and metaphorically to tell me more about like the journey that you've been on with the global village construction set because I saw you've you've made a tremendous amount of progress on that front. You know it's one thing to hear someone give a Ted talk about about something that's like an inspiring idea prototypes. It's another to see your ten years later. Like have made real progress on the stuff again to hear about that. Yeah definitely maybe you know you can say at the time of Ted Talk. Were a few percent down right now. I would quantify it as like one third done so we've got hundreds of prototypes Twenty or thirty unique prototypes everything from tractors to CNC machines. Three D. PRINTERS HOUSES. Akwa punit greenhouses. In fact we actually added the house as a critical machine since we kinda thought well. That's a living machine. Actually belongs in the global village construction set but the power is yet getting a comprehensive said along a construction setup route. So we're looking at it more as building blocks and to derive from how Lennox Open source. Software has there is one of the keys to success was large modular break down into very small parts can have thousands of people working on at the same time. And that's exactly what we do with hardware breaking down into modules and development steps for each module sewer inching along at the time of the Ted. Talk I kind of felt like I missed my great opportunity because I had so many people contact me. And all of that and we didn't have an organization. We hardly have an organization right now. We really don't yet. Were not at that level of having a business so to say like a real solid organism. But we do have a lot of foundational work. I think we are. I would call ourselves an exponential organizations laying a solid foundation with all the prototyping that we have done now ready to to convert that to economic impact so transitioning from the Playing prototyping to to the to the next step which a lot of open source Projects Forget and that is a product. So what what are the products that we can offer that anymore? Anyone can use okay. That's cool. I mean it's interesting. I'm thinking back to win. I got even more kind of interested in Y'all's work and I think at a certain point I started to really feel this kind of poll to be sort of subtract myself out ourselves out of the sort of capitalist system a bit more to be able to offer meditation teaching more freely. You know to be little less dependent on a pay for service model and you know one of the big questions that comes up is like okay. We'll around like housing costs. And how do you? How do you reduce your cost like housing is like one of the major costs and you all were some of the only people that were talking about being able to build an an ecologically sustainable you know house for like twenty five grand? Yeah and that's unheard of you not to be able to hit those kind of Knows numbers and that's what I think is really interesting about what what you're trying to do is you're really setting a goal of kind of price reduction that really competes with the capitalist markets on their own terms in a way. That's hard for them to be. It'd be hard if you're actually able to pull this off for companies to To to have any response to tenth the Price House or tractor or brick press or all the things that you're building. Yeah that's exactly right so let's dive into. There's actually a very interesting page like when I look at the WIKKI statistics. There's a page on our wicky open source ecology that org slash wicky which has cost of living. And you said it. The number one cost of living is housing on average. I have some stats here in. Its sixty eight hundred dollars a year. Then the second one is your car. Thirty four hundred dollars a year and then food twenty six hundred dollars a year and yet it adds up to about twenty thousand or so. Just let's see the the number actually is twenty thousand per year per person according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics for a household doesn't sound too bad but Ideas let's so let's go for example to the CDC home just to show you like a very tangible example so in a CD go home. You mentioned twenty five thousand dollars okay. But where's the Labor that's materials so the model there is a client? Pays probably like ten thousand dollars service fee. We host a workshop where we swarm on the build with about fifty or so people and build that in five days and I think that the more like a turnkey cost to the client. We more like seventy thousand. That's kind of what if we if you'd actually start full cost accounting like the twenty five thousand dollars as materials. Yes so you'd have to figure out how to do it but we did with a swarm based build the idea there is you are providing an immersion education. So basically you're selling inexperienced. People participate in get a lot of skills have a lot of fun shatter some of the limits in their mind about what's possible in terms of effective building using very collaborative learning rich learning environment. That's very supportive. So that's the product we're trying to develop and probably if you look at economics probably like seventy thousand dollars for a a house builder a basically the House. The person who wants to have the house before fourteen hundred square foot house so still about was Chris in the cost of industry standards. Right we actually roll this out. So there's a whole organization to behind it and sell. That's kind of how it looks right now. Now of course if you're a skilled guy and you've got a family that can build that while you're not gonna be able to do it in five days but over a month he can take our modular construction methods because everything in the system is designed to be handled by people not not example cranes or large machines the way we designed modular construction method lends itself to a swarm belt with normal people and really reducing the skill set by essentially trying to turn this into. Lagos as much as possible That's interesting and and from what I gathered like everything that you're doing the documentation around the processes like everything is part of the open source model like everything is shared shared. Absolutely everything. There's two levels so one is design seconds. Dente price design. And that's that this is where we talk about the concept of distributive enterprise. Yes the idea if we do it. And it's good for the world. Everyone can use it and and people in modern society. People think that you have to be proprietary or you have to have a competitive advantage based on Ip Order to win here are competitive. Advantage or collaborative advantage is the the opposite. Is the fact that we're collaborating? And if you think about it you're in kindergarten you'd understand because at that point we kinda were talked to to Cher but from High School Into College. Johnny were completely taught the opposite and right now. There's a huge cultural barrier that prevents people from comprehending that. Hey we can actually do. More together. Annihilate the AB- the material scarcity issues that are still central to life in the west end in the developing

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"marcin" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

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11:36 min | 1 year ago

"marcin" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"More drive thru corona virus testing locations are opening as Clinton of reports a sense of relief for many Americans as drive through testing becomes more frequent but some annoyed when learning of a specific criteria to get a test in Texas where the first Dallas drive thru sign is now operational county judge clay Jenkins says test won't be given to people who are sixty five or older with a ninety nine point six degree temperature or first respond to him breaks my heart to think about senior citizens from me L. words away driving all the way here only to be turned away there are other testing options if you don't meet the requirements but not at the drive through

Marcin
"marcin" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

News Radio WGOW

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"marcin" Discussed on News Radio WGOW

"In a deductible may apply we did take some calls in a moment so those of you've called and we have good colleges hang in there but I want to read this to Marcin I I made passing reference to this last night in the Washington compost no the White House didn't dissolve its pandemic response office I was there he writes he's a senior fellow at the Hudson institute former senior director for counter proliferation and bio defense at the National Security Council he said president trump gets his share of criticism some warranted much not the recently the president's critics have chosen curious ground to question his response to the corona virus outbreak said to began spreading from Wuhan China in December actually November it's been alleged by multiple officials in the Obama administration including The Washington Post that the president and his then national security adviser John Bolton called dissolve the office on quote at the White House in charge of pandemic preparedness because I led the very director at a sign that mission the counter proliferation of bio defense office for a year and then handed it off to another official who still holds the post I know the charges speeches no I'm not naive he says this is Washington to Alexion year officials out of power went back into power after November but the middle of a worldwide health emergency is not the time to be making tendentious accusations when I joined the NSC staff in twenty eighteen I heard a strong and skilled staff in the counter proliferation and bio defense directorate this team of national experts together drafted the national biodefense strategy of twenty eighteen and the company national security presidential memorandum and to implement an executive order to modernize influenza vaccines and coordinated the United States response to the Ebola epidemic in Congo which was ultimately defeated in twenty twenty it's true the trump administration has seen fit to shrink the NSC staff but the bloated the but the bloke that occurred under the previous administration clearly needed a correction defense secretary Robert gates congressional oversight committees and members of the Obama administration itself all agreed the NSE was too large and too operationally focused a departure from its traditional role coordinating executive branch activity as The Washington Post reported in twenty fifteen from the Clinton to the Obama administration's second term the NSC staff had quadrupled in size to nearly four hundred people did you know this I didn't know this four hundred people that's why trump began streamlining the NSC staff in twenty seventeen one such move of the embassy was too great the counter proliferation of bio defense directorate which was the result of consolidating three directorates into one given the obvious overlap between arms control nonproliferation weapons of mass destruction terrorism and global health and biodefense it is this reorganization that critics have misconstrued or intentionally misrepresented if anything the combined director was stronger because related expertise could be co mingled the reduction of force the indices continued since I departed the White House but it has left the bio defense staff unaffected perhaps a recognition of the importance of that mission to the president who after all in twenty eighteen issued a presidential memorandum to finally create real accountability in the federal government's expansive bio defense system you know trump gets credit for nothing the industry is really the only place in government whether is a staff that ensures the commander in chief gets all the options he needs to make a decision the make sure that decision is actually implemented I worry that further reductions the NSA could impair its capabilities but the current staffing level is fully up to the job he says you might ask why does that matter want to just be a historical footnote it matters because when people play politics in the middle of a crisis we're all less safe we're less safe because public servants are distracted when they're dragged into politics well let's say because the American people have been recklessly scared into doubting the competence of their government to help keep them safe secure and healthy and we're less safe because when we're focused on political gamesmanship we're not paying much attention enough attention to the real issues for example we should be United behind ensuring that any future congressional appropriations package US companies are encouraged to return to our shores from China the production of everything from medical face masks and personal protective equipment the vitamin C. and penicillin and we should be United in demanding to know why the Chinese Communist Party was aware of the car or not of the corona virus outbreak it will hide in early December we now know November he says maybe even November and didn't tell the rest of the world when stopping the deadly spread might have been possible just as the United States has fought against fake information aimed at our elections we should fight back against communist China's propagandists they're not only campaigning against the use of the term Wuhan virus a more geographically accurate description the Spanish flu ever was about the nineteen eighteen pandemic but now also promoting the false claim that it was created by the U. S. army health officials had pinpointed a wild animal market will Hon as the outbreak's origin we talked about this on life liberty and Levin on fox on Sunday says there are real threats emanating from this pandemic we need to focus on getting a response right say the finger pointing for what comes after this is the United States we'll get through this and for the love of god wash your hands excellent piece by Tim Marcin it was always a line this pandemic office was not closed the NPR reporter was promoting a lot she had done her homework which is what most of these left wing Democrats fail to do their homework the president is not a lot of things to streamline government to improve its performance and you'll never know it from the media they're not gonna tell you a damn thing about it all we get is a trace is they want to know why the president calls at the China virus what do you think they call it the China virus you left wing idiots to false what do you think S. ops viewing Chinese propaganda Jim Garrity at National Review where in this crisis because of the decisions of the Chinese government that's why we call it the war Han Chinese virus what else would we call it that because they have some responsibility for it and so he talks about the Chinese government destroying samples and suppressing information about the corona virus in December suppressing information about self quarantines Chinese labs identified a mystery virus is a highly infectious new pathogen by late December last year but they were ordered to stop test destroyed samples and suppress the news a Chinese media outlet has revealed a regional health official war Hon can I say what I meant Hon center the outbreak demanded the destruction of the lab samples that established the cause of unexplained viral pneumonia on January one China did not acknowledge there is human to human transmission until more than three weeks later the detailed revelations by taxing global he respected independent publication provides the clearest evidence yet of the scale of the cover up in the crucial early weeks when the opportunity was lost to the control of the lot lost to control the operator so why did the New York Times and CNN and the rest of the day the mob keep telling us not to call it will haunt our Chinese virus why because the Chinese propagandists have put out the word that it's racist the only reason you're calling it the China or Chinese virus at the Wuhan virus because you must be racist and the Chinese government attempted cover meant to tempt the silence doctors warnings others about the disease with a doctor that said that seven people seem to have contracted sars the respiratory illness that spread from China to more than two dozen countries and left hundreds dead in the early two thousands back then one page was quarantined it is hospital Wuhan China any urge people to be careful well this doctor and seven other doctors were quickly summoned by Chinese authorities for propagating rumors about sars like cases in the area but the warnings repression soon health officials worldwide will be scrambling to combat a novel virus with a striking genetic resemblance to socks most of these horrific viruses over the last half century of come out of China they come out of China and governor Cuomo of New York said look at China's leadership Tom Friedman presses China Mike Bloomberg praises China Joe Biden says China is not a problem the Chinese authorities spending January call denying it could spread between humans something doctors had none was happening since late December and went ahead with the Chinese lunar new year banquet involving tens of thousands of families in Wuhan doctors say that in Wuhan people had no connection to the Hunan market were among the first showing the symptoms suggesting that from the beginning Chinese authorities would have should have understood that human to human transmission was already happening even by the Chinese government's own account of events president xi Jinping know about the disease for two weeks before making any public comments even today prominent Chinese citizens are criticized the government's response suddenly disappeared the Chinese government is much more effective at stopping the spread of information about the coronavirus and stopping the spread of the corona virus pardon me the Wuhan virus you don't hear much criticism of the Chinese government Mr G. per my reporters why well Michael Pillsbury told you why on life liberty and Levin on Sunday because these reporters when access to Chinese officials and Chinese information but China just kicked out or prevented the New York times the Wall Street journal The Washington Post and others from being in China the report about any of this how bout that I wonder what I wonder what now governor Cuomo thinks of China Tom Friedman Mike Bloomberg about CNN MSNBC they made more of a stink added Jim Acosta that fraud that drama queen being removed from the White House detail even though the rather seen and reporters for his own misconduct and abuse then they have what China has done to our free press isn't it amazing not really I'll be right back then you.

Marcin
"marcin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

11:29 min | 1 year ago

"marcin" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In a deductible may apply we did take some calls in a moment so those have you've called and we have good colleges hang in there but I want to read this to Marcin I made passing reference to this last night in the Washington compost no the White House didn't dissolve its pandemic response office I was there he writes he's a senior fellow at the Hudson institute former senior director for counter proliferation and bio defense at the National Security Council he said president trump gets his share of criticism some warranted much not recently the president's critics have chosen curious ground the question is response to the corona virus outbreak to to begin spreading from Wuhan China in December actually November it's been alleged by multiple officials in the Obama administration including The Washington Post that the president and his then national security adviser John Bolton called design of the office on quote at the White House in charge of pandemic preparedness because I led the very director at a sign that mission they counter proliferation of bio defense office for a year and then handed it off to another official who still holds the post I know the charges speeches no I'm not naive he says this is Washington it's not like junior officials out of power went back into power after November but the middle of a worldwide health emergency is not the time to be making tendentious accusations when I joined the NSC staff in twenty eighteen I heard a strong and skilled staff in the counter proliferation and bio defense directorate this team of national experts together draft of the national biodefense strategy of twenty eighteen and the company national security presidential memorandum and to implement an executive order to modernize influenza vaccines and coordinated the United States response to the Ebola epidemic in Congo which was ultimately defeated in twenty twenty it's true the trump administration has seen fit to shrink the NSC staff but the bloated the but the bloke that occurred under the previous administration clearly needed a correction defense secretary Robert gates congressional oversight committees and members of the Obama administration itself all agreed the NSE was too large and too operationally focused a departure from a traditional role coordinating executive branch activity as The Washington Post reported in twenty fifteen from the clicked into the Obama administration's second term the NSC staff had quadrupled in size to nearly four hundred people do you know this I didn't know this four hundred people that's why trump began streamlining the NSC staff in twenty seventeen one such move of the embassy was too great the counter proliferation of bio defense directorate which was the result of consolidating three directorates into one given the obvious overlap between arms control nonproliferation of weapons of mass destruction terrorism and global health and biodefense it is this reorganization that critics have misconstrued or intentionally misrepresented if anything the combined director was stronger because related expertise could be co mingled the reduction of force me into see is continued since I departed the White House but it has left a bio defense staff unaffected perhaps a recognition of the importance of that mission to the president who after all in twenty eighteen issued a presidential memorandum to finally create real accountability in the federal government's expansive bio defense system you know trump gets credit for nothing the industry is really the only place in government whether is a staff that ensures the commander in chief gets all the options he needs to make a decision the make sure that decision is actually implemented I worry that further reductions the NSE could impair its capabilities but the current staffing level is fully up to the job he says you might ask why does that matter I want to just be a historical footnote it matters because when people play politics in the middle of a crisis we're all less safe we're less safe because public servants are distracted when they're dragged into politics well let's say because the American people have been recklessly scared into doubting the competence of their government to help keep them safe secure and healthy and we're less safe because when we're focused on political gamesmanship we're not paying much attention enough attention to the real issues for example we should be United behind ensuring that any future congressional appropriations package US companies are encouraged to return to our shores from China the production of everything from medical face masks of personal protective equipment the vitamin C. in penicillin and we should be United in demanding to know why the Chinese Communist Party was aware of the car or not of the corona virus outbreak it will hide in early December we now know November he says maybe even November and didn't tell the rest of the world when stopping the deadly spread might have been possible just as the United States has fought against fake information aimed at our elections we should fight back against communist China's propagandists they're not only campaigning against the use of the term Wuhan virus a more geographically accurate description the Spanish flu ever was about the nineteen eighteen pandemic but now also promoting the false claim that it was created by the U. S. army health officials had pinpointed a wild animal market will Han as the outbreak's origin we talked about this on life liberty and Levin on fox on Sunday says there are real threats emanating from this pandemic we need to focus on getting a response right say the finger pointing for what comes after this is the United States we'll get through this and for the love of god wash your hands excellent piece by Tim Marcin so is always a line this pandemic office was not close to the NPR reporter was promoting a lot she had done her homework which is what most of these left wing Democrats fail to do their homework the president is not a lot of things to streamline government to improve its performance and you'll never know it from the media they're not gonna tell you dancing about all we get is a trace is they want to know why the president calls at the China virus what do you think they call it the China virus you left wing idiots to false what do you think and stop spewing Chinese propaganda Jim Geraghty of National Review where in this crisis because of the decisions of the Chinese government that's why we call it the war Han Chinese the virus what else would we call it that because they have some responsibility for it and so he talks about the Chinese government destroying samples and suppressing information about the corona virus in December suppressing information about self quarantines Chinese labs identified a mystery virus is a highly infectious new pathogen by late December last year but they were ordered to stop test destroyed samples and suppress the news a Chinese media outlet has revealed a regional health official in Wuhan did I say what I meant Han center the outbreak demanded the destruction of the lab samples that established the cause of unexplained viral pneumonia on January one China did not acknowledge there is human to human transmission until more than three weeks later the detailed revelations by taxing global respected independent publication provides the clearest evidence yet of the scale of the cover up in the crucial early weeks when the opportunity was lost to the control of the lot lost to control the operator so why did the New York Times and CNN and the rest of the day the mob keep telling us not to call it will harm or Chinese virus why because the Chinese propagandists have put out the word that is racist the only reason you're calling it the China or Chinese virus at the Wuhan virus because you must be racist and the Chinese government attempted cover mentioned tempt the silence doctors warnings others about the disease with a doctor that said that seven people seem to have contracted sars the respiratory illness that spread from China to more than two dozen countries and left hundreds dead in the early two thousands back then one page was quarantined it is hospital Wuhan China we urge people to be careful well this doctor in seven other doctors were quickly summoned by Chinese authorities for propagating rumors about sars like cases in the area but the warnings repression soon health officials worldwide will be scrambling to combat a novel virus with the striking genetic resemblance to sar hi please horrific viruses over the last half century of come out of China they come out of China and governor Cuomo of New York said look at China's leadership Tom Freeman praises China Mike Bloomberg praises China Joe Biden says China is not a problem the Chinese authorities spending January call denying it could spread between humans something doctors had known was happening since late December and went ahead with the Chinese lunar new year banquet involving tens of thousands of families in Wuhan doctors say that in Wuhan people had no connection to the Hunan market were among the first showing the symptoms suggesting that from the beginning Chinese authorities would have should have understood that human to human transmission was already happening even by the Chinese government's own account of events president xi Jinping know about the disease for two weeks before making any public comments even today prominent Chinese citizens are criticized the government's response suddenly disappeared the Chinese government is much more effective at stopping the spread of information about the coronavirus and stopping the spread of the corona virus pardon me the Wuhan virus you don't hear much criticism of the Chinese government Mr G. for my reporters why well Michael Pillsbury told you why on life liberty and Levin on Sunday because these reporters when access to Chinese officials and Chinese information but China just kicked out or prevented the New York times the Wall Street journal The Washington Post and others from being in China report about any of this how bout that I wonder what I wonder what now governor Cuomo thinks of China Tom Friedman Mike Bloomberg about CNN MSNBC they made more of a stink at it Jim Acosta that fraud that drama queen being removed from the White House detail even though the rather seen and reporters for his own misconduct and abuse then they have what China has done to our free press isn't it amazing not really I'll be right back in.

Marcin
"marcin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"marcin" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"In a deductible may apply we did take some calls in a moment so those have you've called and we have good colleges hang in there but I want to read this to Marcin I I made passing reference to this last night in the Washington compost no the White House didn't dissolve its pandemic response office I was there he writes he's a senior fellow at the Hudson institute former senior director for counter proliferation and bio defense at the National Security Council he said president trump gets his share of criticism some warranted much not a recently the president's critics have chosen curious ground to question his response to the corona virus outbreak since began spreading from Wuhan China in December actually November it's been alleged by multiple officials in the Obama administration including The Washington Post that the president and his then national security adviser John Bolton called dissolve the office on quote at the White House in charge of pandemic preparedness because I led the very director at a sign that mission the counter proliferation of biodefense office for a year and then handed it off to another official who still holds the post I know the charges speeches no I'm not naive he says this is Washington to Alexion year officials out of power went back into power after November but the middle of a worldwide health emergency is not the time to be making tendentious accusations when I joined the NSC staff in twenty eighteen I heard a strong and skilled staff in the counter proliferation and bio defense directorate this team of national experts together drafted the national biodefense strategy of twenty eighteen and the company national security presidential memorandum and to implement an executive order to modernize influenza vaccines and coordinated the United States response to the Ebola epidemic in Congo which was ultimately defeated in twenty twenty it's true the trump administration has seen fit to shrink the NSC staff but the blow it the but the bloke that occurred under the previous administration clearly needed a correction defense secretary Robert gates congressional oversight committees and members of the Obama administration itself all agreed the NSE was too large and too operationally focused a departure from its traditional role coordinating executive branch activity as The Washington Post reported in twenty fifteen from the clicked into the Obama administration's second term the NSC staff had quadrupled in size to nearly four hundred people did you know this I didn't know this four hundred people that's why trump began streamlining the NSC staff in twenty seventeen one such move of the embassy was too great the counter proliferation of bio defense directorate which was the result of consolidating three directorates into one given the obvious overlap between arms control nonproliferation weapons of mass destruction terrorism and global health and biodefense it is this reorganization that critics have misconstrued or intentionally misrepresented if anything the combined director was stronger because related expertise could be co mingled the reduction of force the indices continued since I departed the White House but it has left the bio defense staff unaffected perhaps a recognition of the importance of that mission to the president who after all in twenty eighteen issued a presidential memorandum to finally create real accountability in the federal government's expansive bio defense system you know trump gets credit for nothing the industry is really the only place in government whether is a staff that ensures the commander in chief gets all the options he needs to make a decision the make sure that decision is actually implemented I worry that further reductions the NSE could impair its capabilities but the current staffing level is fully up to the job he says you might ask why does that matter want to just be a historical footnote it matters because when people play politics in the middle of a crisis we're all less safe or less safe because public servants are distracted when they're dragged into politics well let's say because the American people have been recklessly scared into doubting the competence of their government to help keep them safe secure and healthy and we're less safe because when we're focused on political gamesmanship we're not paying much attention enough attention to the real issues for example we should be United behind ensuring that any future congressional appropriations package US companies are encouraged to return to our shores from China the production of everything from medical face masks of personal protective equipment the vitamin C. in penicillin and we should be United in demanding to know why the Chinese Communist Party was aware of the car or not of the corona virus outbreak it will hide in early December we now know November he says maybe even November and didn't tell the rest of the world when stopping the deadly spread might have been possible just as the United States has fought against fake information aimed at our elections we should fight back against communist China's propagandists they're not only campaigning against the use of the term Wuhan virus a more geographically accurate description the Spanish flu ever was about the nineteen eighteen pandemic but now also promoting the false claim that it was created by the US army health officials had pinpointed a wild animal market will Hon as the outbreak's origin we talked about this on life liberty and Levin on fox on Sunday says there are real threats emanating from this pandemic we need to focus on getting a response right say the finger pointing for what comes after this is the United States we'll get through this and for the love of god wash your hands excellent piece by Tim Marcin so was always a line this pandemic office was not close to the NPR reporter was promoting a lot she had done her homework which is what most of these left wing Democrats fail to do their homework the president is not a lot of things to streamline government to improve its performance and you'll never know it from the media they're not gonna tell you a damn thing about it all we get is a trace is they want to know why the president calls at the China virus what do you think they call it the China virus you left wing idiots to false what do you think and stop spewing Chinese propaganda Jim Garrity at National Review where in this crisis because of the decisions of the Chinese government that's why we call it the war Han Chinese virus what else would we call it that because they have some responsibility for it and so he talks about the Chinese government destroying samples and suppressing information about the corona virus in December suppressing information about self quarantines Chinese labs identified a mystery virus is a highly infectious new pathogen by late December last year but they were ordered to stop test destroyed samples and suppress the news a Chinese media outlet has revealed a regional health official war Hon can I say what I meant Hon center the outbreak demanded the destruction of the lab samples that established the cause of unexplained viral pneumonia on January one China did not acknowledge there is human to human transmission until more than three weeks later the detailed revelations by taxing global respected independent publication provides the clearest evidence yet of the scale of the cover up in the crucial early weeks when the opportunity was lost to the control the lot lost to control the operator so why did the New York Times and CNN and the rest of the day the mob keep telling us not to call it will harm or Chinese virus why because the Chinese propagandists I put out the word that it's racist the only reason you're calling it the China or Chinese virus at the Wuhan virus because you must be racist and the Chinese government attempt temperaments attempt to silence doctors warnings others about the disease well the doctor that said that seven people seem to have contracted sars the respiratory illness that spread from China to more than two dozen countries and left hundreds dead in the early two thousands back then one page was quarantined it is hospital Wuhan China we urge people to be careful well this doctor in seven other doctors were quickly summoned by Chinese authorities for propagating rumors about sars like cases in the area but the warnings repression soon health officials worldwide will be scrambling to combat a novel virus with a striking genetic resemblance to sar most of these horrific viruses over the last half century of come out of China they come out of China and governor Cuomo of New York said look at China's leadership Tom Friedman presses China Mike Bloomberg praises China Joe Biden says China is not a problem the Chinese authorities spending January call denying it could spread between humans something doctors had not was happening since late December and went ahead with the Chinese lunar new year banquet involving tens of thousands of families in Wuhan doctors say that in Wuhan people had no connection to the Hunan market were among the first showing the symptoms suggesting that from the beginning Chinese authorities would have should have understood that you many human transmission was already happening even by the Chinese government's own account of events president xi Jinping know about the disease for two weeks before making any public comments even today prominent Chinese citizens are criticized the government's response suddenly disappear the Chinese government is much more effective at stopping the spread of information about the coronavirus and stopping the spread of the corona virus pardon me the Wuhan virus you don't hear much criticism of the Chinese government Mr G. for my reporters why well Michael Pillsbury told you why on life liberty and Levin on Sunday because he's reported one access to Chinese officials and Chinese information but China just kicked out or prevented the New York times the Wall Street journal The Washington Post and others from being in China the report about any of this how bout that I wonder what I wonder what now governor Cuomo thinks of China Tom Friedman Mike Bloomberg about CNN MSNBC they made more of a stink added Jim Acosta that fraud that drama queen being removed from the White House detail even though the rather seen and reporters for his own misconduct and abuse then they have what China has done to our free press isn't it amazing not really I'll be right back well.

Marcin
New York - One Man Killed, Another Hurt In Bronx Subway Station Stabbing

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00:23 sec | 1 year ago

New York - One Man Killed, Another Hurt In Bronx Subway Station Stabbing

"To the Bronx where police are searching for a suspect in a deadly stabbing on a subway station platform cops say someone stabbed two men on the six train platform at the Marcin have new sound you station just after four thirty A. M. on Saturday a twenty five year old man was taken to St Barnabas hospital where he died the other man is twenty eight years old and he is in stable condition at Jacobi

Bronx Marcin A. M. St Barnabas Hospital
PlayStation Coronavirus Woes Cause PAX Exit

What's Good Games

01:46 min | 1 year ago

PlayStation Coronavirus Woes Cause PAX Exit

"Backs out of Pax. East Corona virus concerns also comes from Qatar. Dot Com playstation is pulling out of increasing concerns related to the illness colloquially known as the corona virus it said on the playstation blog. This week Sony's booth was slated to feature major upcoming games like the last of US part to final fantasy seven remake and doom eternal the show which has drawn over seventy thousand attendees in the past takes place in Boston from February twenty seven to March first. The news comes two weeks after a man. Living in Boston was found to have the illness after returning home from Wuhan China the epicenter of the Corona virus outbreak quote. We felt this was the safest option is. The situation is changing daily. Sony wrote in the Post. We are disappointed to cancel our participation in the event but the health and safety of our global workforce as our highest concern period and then they wrote an update to the article. Same this this was the response from read pop the tax organization that puts on the conference while we are saddened. That Sony will no longer have a presence at Pax. East twenty twenty. We look forward to welcoming our friends at Sony to future events and are focused on making patsies twenty twenty s accessible and enjoyable event for all attendees and exhibitors to Kyle. Martin kissed the Social Event Director. Pax East Twenty. Twenty will take place as scheduled with enhanced cleaning and sanitation across the show though means they'll be like little squirt stations all over the place including here into the recommendations that fourth in the US EPA emerging pathogen policy regarding cleaning disinfectants effective against C. O. V. Dash Nineteenth Virus Marcin. Kish said that more information is available on the Pax East website.

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"marcin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"marcin" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I will go back into your I'm very Marcin and this is what I'm I'm a germ of old guy I don't know if you are but I generally I wash my hands are the day I try not to be around people who were sick right I mean if you if someone sick I I give me a sign of the cross and I back away back away slowly just to stay away from that I don't want to get sick I hate being sick I'm surrounded by right now people in my office or sick they've been out all week my wife is sick at home she's like I think she's Lary coughing up pieces of long it's incredible it's it's an ugly ugly thing so I'm just like bury myself in the closet or sleeping in my car right now it's not a good a it's not a good look but I I do I try to avoid being around people who are sick but what do you do when you travel what do you do when you get on an airplane and you you've heard all this before right you get on the airplane the the full down cable is discussing the R. everybody's been touching the arm rest everyone around is breeding the someone is always sick people armies planes they re circulate the air it's the worst thing right especially now with one of ours people are for people who don't like corona beer they're putting the the mass over their face the whole thing so there's studies I I looked into this I I'm not you know I'm trying to give me some information that's why I'm here I said how how likely are you to get sick if you fly on a plane well here is the answer if just because you're somebody sick on the plane doesn't mean you're going to get sick just because someone sick on the plane doesn't mean they're germs gonna be spread around the entire plane right we all have this impression that the the air is all re circulated together so there's like one juror one sick person he coughs and boom everybody's breeding a matter well probably not and I will give you one once the the tip I've learned a long time ago you know the little air thing on top of you like everybody gets one little tiny air vent that's above you on the seats point that turn it on open it and let the air blow right in front of your face on your face but that is clean new air so that's no recirculated air so you're always going to be one fresh air in front of you in that that helps a little bit the tip I learned some time ago but here's the answer to how likely are you to get sick on a plane and the answer really is sitting next year how close are you to the person who is sick that's really what it comes down to and the the World Health Organization has weighed in on this and so that passengers seated in the same role as well as two rows in front or behind someone who is sick should be notified of the potential exposure there they're gonna they're especially his infectious disease that could be in trouble but more recent studies Boeing did a more recent study on the transmission of respiratory diseases on planes and they said that the danger zone for getting sick is more narrow it's really a one role rule and what they said is that people immediately in front of a sick passenger were two seats on either side or in the row in front or behind the sick passenger are the most vulnerable so if you're sitting in a seat and the person right there in your role within in your three seats if that person sick it's all your debt it's already over you're done if the person is if you're sitting in front of or behind that person you're in the danger zone it's not a pretty picture there you you're very well may get sick so you're sitting on a plane and you hear the person behind you congested and coughing and blowing their nose I'm sorry may not be much you can do but if you're two or three or four rows up we're behind you're probably going to be okay now is there anything you can do well you can ask change seats but on today's traveling up to these are plans that's not an option right like if you go to church and the guy in the seat next to you in the pew next you was coughing and you get up and use in the back right and get away from the sick that's what I do anyway I get away from the sick people but on a plane you can always do that you can't just guard empty seats on those plans but if there are try to get away from the sick person it's you you like to think I ice and I used to think this until I just did this research I thought that if someone took on the plane were all kind of exposed equally they're saying that's just not true where you are in relation to the sick person drives the likelihood of whether or not you'll get sick so try to move as far away as you can from someone who is obviously sick and also I'll seats you can I'll see Steve that can be better or worse for getting sick he said an aisle seat please note listings he doesn't know the aisle seat is worse they were sitting in the eye and I'll see your worse because now you've got people in the aisle walking around coughing or you're right the sick person goes to the bathroom to words before you were exposed now you've got a sick person walking by you breeding bad germs coughing sniffling the whole thing so if you're really you're worried about it sit on the window seat and don't try not to sit anywhere near your row or the rows in front of you or behind you it it in to do that that's the strategy is take a window seat and then don't get up that's the problem by the way if you get up and go to the bathroom now you're walking through someone else's danger zone right if you're in if you're in row thirteen and the sick persons in row six you're fine but if you get up and go to the restroom and you walk past row six if he sneezes as we're going by you know ten seconds before you went by you're screwed it's a it's a tough gig but it I was happy to see that at least there's something you can do and at least in Leicester very close to the person you're you're not as likely to get sick your letter it is it going to spread around the entire plane so that's a that's pretty good other research has shown that there's very little risk of a communicable disease being transmitted on board a plane unless you're right in that danger zone so those are the factors that you really want to get into that to figure it out said in a window seat try not to go use the restroom within that tray table the trade trade is back at it's it's so bad the trade deal with those people pull that thing down and they sneeze on it or they wipe their nose and they put their hand on the tray table it's bad you know I I'm almost going to start doing that I've never done this before I've seen people bring those little white please.

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The fastest way to cut carbon emissions is a ‘fee’ and a dividend, top leaders say

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

The fastest way to cut carbon emissions is a ‘fee’ and a dividend, top leaders say

"How would you like to get paid every year to reduce carbon emissions that's part of the fee and David plan that supported by politicians economists and corporate leaders from all across the United States The Washington Post Stephen Marcin spoke about it with come most bill o'neil Stephen what what this plan do who pays the fee and who gets the dividend paid by anyone who uses a carbon substance so that means for most people gasoline or diesel fuel or in some parts of the country people he still he with the heating oil and then he goes to the government and but postal the whole idea would be revenue neutral so you would send the same amount of money back to people and checks the reason why this is helpful if because if you're don't want to pay that fee you can change your behavior and use less carbon based fuels and still get those

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'Worst is yet to come' in Australian bush fires

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

'Worst is yet to come' in Australian bush fires

"Australia is battling unprecedented bush fires in the east of the country some fifteen hundred firefighters along with water dropping aircraft are battling dozens of fires the military has been drafted to help authorities say at least three people have been killed several are missing and Australia's prime minister Scott Marcin says the impact of the blazes is likely to get worse there have been hundreds of properties that have been destroyed times that have been destroyed and as we get access to for the areas that have been cut off we are expecting was to use again the Australian government is promising to compensate those affected by fire damage Australia is suffering from a severe drought and experts say the fire season is starting earlier and lasting longer

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Impeachment Inquiry Catch-Up: A Vote By House Democrats Makes It Official

America in the Morning

03:16 min | 2 years ago

Impeachment Inquiry Catch-Up: A Vote By House Democrats Makes It Official

"The possible impeachment of president trump is gaining momentum in the U. S. house Terry Moore reports house speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the vote on a democratic resolution moving the impeachment process forward they are two hundred and thirty two the nays are one hundred and ninety six during a capital breathing hello see insisted Democrats are protecting the constitution from a president who says that I can do what ever I want and not sell house Republican leader Kevin McCarthy called an unprecedented undemocratic unfair investigation Oklahoma Republican Tom Cole it's not a fair process it's not an open process it's not a transparent process but instead is limited with a pre ordained outcome Massachusetts Democrat Jim McGovern we are not here in some partisan exercise we are here because the facts compel us to be here the next phase of impeachment will be highlighted by open televised hearings guidelines have also been set for witness testimony I'm Terry Moore on Capitol Hill Bob Constantini now at twenty two before the hour has the initial reaction from the White House after the U. S. house voted to formalize the impeachment process the greatest witch hunt in American history that's a presidential tweet the first broader White House reaction from press secretary Stephanie Grisham the president has done nothing wrong and the Democrats know it Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats unhinged obsession with this illegitimate impeachment proceeding does not hurt president trump it hurts the American people instead of focusing on pressing issues that impact real families the Democrats are choosing everyday to waste time with Sam impeachment a blatantly partisan attempt to destroy the president president trump did not appear in public but did call into LBC radio in London for a program hosted by the leader of brings it a desperate desperate it's the only way they're going to try and win the election this week because I can wear the fairway the White House and the duties that impeachment by the house is almost a foregone conclusion the president had some GOP senators in for lunch Thursday after the house vote to shore up soon support Mr trump is also planning three rallies next week in the south the White House might add some staffers and lawyers to deal with the formalized impeachment process it is a vote the president and Republicans have been saying needs to be taken before they might cooperate no presidential counselor kellyanne Conway declaring it's too late they move the goalpost completely no they can't do anything that would make this investigation legitimate as for word that former national security adviser John Bolton might appear before the three committees looking into impeachment Conway and the position that former officials quick access to the president should not cooperate has not changed in the actual impeachment hearing room lawmakers continue to depose witnesses from appointee to the National Security Council Tim Morrison resigned Wednesday apparently so he could honor a subpoena appearing behind closed doors Thursday the Russia expert according to sources told committee members from both parties he listened into the phone conversation president trump and with Ukraine's president on July twenty fifth Morrison reportedly said he found nothing illegal in the president asking voters Lynskey for a favor to investigate Democrats but Marcin added he knew the call transcript could be problematic reportedly said he did not want it made

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He, She, They: Workplaces Adjust As Gender Identity Norms Change

NPR's Business Story of the Day

06:34 min | 2 years ago

He, She, They: Workplaces Adjust As Gender Identity Norms Change

"A lot of Americans are using gender pronouns differently this is pretty simpler was in the past she him her but many people are acing what they see as a more inclusive way of speaking using gender neutral pronouns like they and them for people who are gender non binary and don't associate had to be binary in order to get care and that that was enforced by the medical community the legal community and so on and then there were the in appropriate questions from co workers everybody wonders what's in our pants nowhere does this get more personal than the bathroom for transgender populations bathrooms this is associated with uncomfortable staring harassment and even violence they've also been at the center of political controversy three years ago north thing other than male or female the idea of being gender neutral or part one part the other felt like fit so Byron who's twenty four some employers are already shifting policies United Airlines gives customers the option to identify as non binary when booking tickets retirement company t this is breaking some rule norms about gender have been changing studies show more people especially young people identify as something other than male or female princes from old jobs might be unaware of new name or gender identity and often Jacobs says employer health insurance requires a person to choose you has to deal with Chen start right from the application process employment forms for example often include only to check boxes male or female rough forty percent men forty percent women and twenty percent flexible including non binary people and Brown the firm's director of global diversity and inclusion and some workers themselves are making changes doing things like including their pronouns on business cards in email signatures that can raise eyebrows and sometimes co workers don't understand alright jacobs identifies as either he she or they jacobs says the workplace is still a very gendered place challenging moments that the person I a instructed employees to introduce themselves to clients with their preferred pronouns the law firm Baker McKenzie earlier this year benchmark at staffing targets came out as gender non binary to friends three years ago Byron wanted to be referred to in the third person as they or them as in they meaning Dan the pronouns are referring to Laura Jacobs and New York psychotherapist says these changes are new and somewhat rare how to handle non binary people still something Oh Byron realized dressing up as Princess Laya was unconventional for a boy it wasn't until young adulthood that Byron I encountered the concept that someone could identify remain a hot button issue for employers and for Co workers who don't feel comfortable sharing bathrooms with transgender people Marson is director of Human Resources Mary the new employer had no problem with it and hired Byron but being out at work commenced fielding endless questions from colleagues is this really a thing how can Tiran asked their friends to honor their wish but they didn't feel comfortable asking the same of people at work out very supportive trend group and then I would sort of lineup passed a law requiring people to use bathrooms corresponding to their assign gender at birth that law was struck down but mark Marcin says bathroom Zhen says the policy is designed to reflect the shifting demographics these prospective policies and as we go forward we know we have non binary colleagues go to work and I would not think about that part of myself that changed two years ago after Byron applied for a teaching job in New York a reference outed Byron as non that I don't think most of the players really have a sense for how to handle Jacobs Councils many transgender and non binary individuals personally jacobs identifies as both that's in the process he was also educating himself about the sensitivities of people who are gender non binary are quote unquote forced myself to go allies for health and well being a community health clinic he recently participated in an online discussion with other HR executives about making the workplace gender neutral good sixty if not more percent other the conversation was about bathrooms at the time Marcin says he was rethinking his company's restroom policies into the what was the women's bathroom and I realized it doesn't matter Marcin realized a bathroom is just little pronoun refer to one person as well as more invasive personal inquiries I think people feel really intensive outta especially feel like how can this be can this be bathroom he ended up relabeling them simply restroom and restroom urinals from a worker's perspective this change can signal acceptance for in many do not and for Byron things like restroom labels and dress codes become a litmus test for how their manager might react how strictly masculinity might be forced but changing long held gender paradigm isn't easy the terms used by non binary people can be difficult to understand in fact it can be using even for people who identify as Non Binary Take Me Shapiro to Piro prefers they and them pronouns but this is where it gets complicated

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"marcin" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"marcin" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Month basis own your own power that's what I did I sat down with them they offer a free consultation they will show you exactly how much money they can say you each month on your power bill based on your current power bills and I guarantee they're going to save you money and just for sitting down with them and this consultation Phoenix power is going to give you a free one hundred dollar target gift card I sat down with them I was convinced right away my experience the industry told me this is the right way to do things and it's going to work it'll be in my home very soon the post pictures on social media so you can see it do it right now schedule your free energy audit they guarantee they can save you money four eight zero seven seven two fifty seven sixty one I four eight zero seven seven Q. fifty seven sixty one or P. HX W. R. dot com the HX PW are dot com. Marcin technology makes everyday life easier and now we're making it easy to afford for everyone introducing the new smart home collection only from budget blinds we make it easy and affordable because now we can motorized the beautiful shades our blinds you already own to work with the remote and they'll be cordless two fifteen is that city for kids and pets. budget blinds smart home collection also features so many more choices top names including sonos the ultimate whole home wireless sound system the best part of budget planes we do it all for you design install and program at all that style in service for everyone at every budget get your free smart home consultation go on line to budget blinds dot com or call eight five five budget blinds make everyday life just a little bit easier call eight five five budget blinds now. meeting independently owned and operated franchises only ask for details from the weight feel nurseries weather center. clear skies tonight with lows in the mid sixties study tomorrow with a high of ninety one more.

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"marcin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"marcin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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 Iranian oil tanker pursued by US says it is going to Turkey

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Iranian oil tanker pursued by US says it is going to Turkey

"An Iranian oil tanker wanted by the US has changed course to a port in Turkey is NPR's Joanna could kisses reports from Istanbul the US has tried to seize the tanker ever since Great Britain and Gibraltar released it earlier this month the Adrian Daria one appears set to arrive in the Turkish port of mer sin on August thirty first according to court mints on the navigational site marine traffic dot com Marcin has an oil terminal but oil trade experts told NPR that the port is too shallow to hold such a huge tanker which is carrying two million barrels of Iranian crude oil it could anger off shore where sin is about a hundred and twenty five miles northwest of an oil refinery in Bunia Syria British Royal Marines held the Iranian tanker off the coast of Gibraltar for a month because they claimed its cargo was headed to Syria in violation of the E. U. sanctions the ship was initially on course

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"marcin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"marcin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Eight hours hi Marcin general manager about Fuhrman Lexus of Arlington experience amazing during a golden opportunity sales event when you buy or lease a new Lexus from Lexus of Arlington you will receive a complimentary five year Lexus schedule maintenance and zero APR for sixty months on select Lexus models but Berman Lexus of Arlington just east of route fifty three on zero or online at Lexus of Arlington dot com with approved credit on football's like I S. and seven thirty one nineteen so this is just for my I love playing Jesse bicycling cook county Jesse was sixty seven please drive walking bike responsibly really is a matter of life or death learn more life or death guys let's get real for sex your health is something to be taken seriously do you ever get a physical online would you leave your help in the hands of an online order form is an online for going to fix the real issues we all face as we get older I don't think so your health in the hands of a real medical doctor from Chicago land men's health their men's health programs are the real deal and more convenient than ever they'll help increase energy levels news body fat and enhance your sex drive making changes in your life that you need call now three one two eight eight eight five six five five three one two eight eight eight five six five five or visit them at Chicago in men's health dot com trust your health to the new deal with Chicago women's health three one two eight eight eight five six five five four Chicago women's health dot com if.

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"marcin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"marcin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Only hi Marcin the general manager about Fuhrman Lexus of Arlington Texas is amazing during a golden opportunity sales event when you buy or lease a new Lexus from Lexus of Arlington you will receive a complimentary five year Lexus schedule may tenth zero APR for sixty months of select collections model but Berman Lexus of Arlington just east of route fifty three and on the road or online at Lexus of Arlington dot com with approved credit on football yes and some thirty one nineteen Hey shut down stop overpaying for local TV channels like CBS NBC ABC and fox watch them for free with special HD antenna office from sling TV get forty plus channels with sling and enjoy your local networks absolutely free customize your channel line up and scream on demand titles plus there's no long term contracts or hidden fees save big with sling TV to find out how you can get local TV networks integrated into your channel guide for free with our HD antenna bundle offers this it's Lynn dot com slash radio channel seven on location and service restrictions apply if you wish to trend micro hybrid cloud security introducing him to sign your desk with trend micro we have a team of forward looking people protecting our data but it's been a struggle remember it's beautiful like trend micro's beyond next generation strategy we're going to play baseball join us these forgot your desk this summer with trend micro protecting five hundred thousand organizations worldwide backed by threat research trend micro dot com whites diversion straight talk.

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"marcin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"marcin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Loader Marcin that's well passenger in a small club in Minnesota and the snow outside of bars one of my name is told me this posted insuring that was I made its own coming out at the carriage that the bottle back on there so the people when we he was still young always look back I think it.

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"marcin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"marcin" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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Aussie markets cheer Morrisons surprise win

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Aussie markets cheer Morrisons surprise win

"Risk assets in Australia rose today after a surprise election victory for the country center. Right government. Bloomberg's Paul Allen reports from Sydney still being counted. But Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison has not only been returned to pow. The also looks. Secured a majority of his ruling coalition Marcin held this win as a miracle, and it's no exaggeration opinion polls, and even internal strategists seconds to this alost Kohl's. But voices rejected sweeping economic reforms promised by the labor

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 Australia's prime minister set to form majority government

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Australia's prime minister set to form majority government

"Yussef prime minister Scott Morrison, pulling off the seemingly impossible and winning reelection for his conservative coalition over the weekend. Bloomberg's Paul Allen has the latest from Sydney votes are still being counted. But Australian Prime minister Scott Morrison looks to have secured a majority for his ruling coalition Marcin hailed this win. There's a miracle, and it's no exaggeration opinion polls, and even internal strategists said, consider this a lost cause, but voters rejected the sweeping economic reforms promised by the labour

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