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"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The new variant and says it worked face three trials are being planned in Spain and the U. S. I'm Nika McGaugh has now sacramental traffic. Good evening 903 Bob Williams from the KFBK Traffic Center. He been eye on things as far as SMUD outages. We had a little bit of a improvement over the last half hour. We started the half hour with 40,000 customers, and we're down to 30,000 customers out. In the last seven minutes of the bump that up to over 51,000 smud customers without power. The biggest problem right now is going to be the ardent area with over 20,000 customers without power, followed by Carmichael with over 16,000. Other problem areas include Citrus heights with over 2500 customers out Portland area with over 500 downtown Sacramento over 500 east Sacramento over 200. Executive airport over 200 Fair Oaks over 400 floor in over 400 also golf area now up to 1500 customers without power. Laguna 700 Land Park 700 North Highlands has gone back up to 2300 nearly 2400 north Sacramento at 1400 Orange Veil now at 2200 customers without power pocket Greenhaven at over 250, also with minor outages in Rancho Cordova and Real Linda. And south of the Thomas. Now if you come upon a stew intersection that's in a darkened condition. Treat like a four way stop. Don't go blowing through it because someone else's life will be doing the same thing. Stop. Look both ways. Make sure if things clear before you move on, Make sure you've got your radio with batteries in it. You got your cell phone, charged up and just kick back and enjoy the pat wall. So now if you're traveling Heading towards Oregon North out by five. You're gonna be stopped 10 Miles north of reading in a place called Fun, Dale. I lived in the area. You don't want to stop there. If you're traveling north or know someone it is. Get on the phone. Tell him to get a hotel in reading. You're not going to go any farther than that, As far as they are area freeways. We are looking right now at change required on highway 25 miles east of at a city. The junction of 80 also changed required on the upper elevations of state route 49 no reductions in another no trained chain restrictions on highways. 50 over. Echo Summit. I 80 that's another story. Three miles east of gold run to the Donner Lake Interchange. Do have reports of a crash working on the Cap City freeway. We're seeing reduced lanes right now. So do expect some delays traveling through that area and we do have some problems with the slow down on South bound fire approaching Elk Grove Boulevard. We have reports of attenuate er barrels, blocking the roadway. Those who lose a crash barrels and on the roadway. A number of those have blown loose tonight. So be careful. You see one of those coming along to dodge it slow down. Avoid it. They will leave a nasty scar on the side of your car. Traffic, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Next. Update. 9 33 Bob Williams News 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather We'll be quite windy tonight with rain becoming heavy, low 41 or 45 windy and cool tomorrow with the caves to rain. I've 51 to 55 were rain tomorrow night Little 47 51 Mackey Weather meteorologist by Varsity Blues 93.1. KFBK.

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Health officials say the various covert strain first reported in the UK has been confirmed in a 30 year old San Diego man. Governor Gavin Newsom first confirmed the new strain of the virus during a video call with Dr Anthony Fauci, who said it was likely due to travel. I don't think that the Californians should feel that this is something odd. This is something that's expected. However, San Diego County health officials said The San Diego man had not traveled anywhere recently. The first case of the strain in the U. S was reported Tuesday in Colorado and a National guardsman working At an assisted living facility. While the mutated virus is suspected of being Mork contagious, it's not believed to be more deadly, and experts believe the vaccine will still work. Governor Newsome is unveiling a plan for schools to offer in person instruction by early spring next year. Newsome says it calls for payments of $450 per student to school district's that reopen school safely, including money to pay for personal protective equipment and covert 19 testing. I'm Mika McGaugh has Sacramento. Traffic from the camp became traffic center. Snow will be falling in the Sierra Tonight and early tomorrow morning. Always remember to carry the snow chains with U Westbound 80 will be reduced to one lane for the Did Slope stabilization project at Farid, Long term re closures of the fair it on and off ramps expected The project will be finished by late next summer. Expect delays and the CHP will be out in force for the New Year's holiday. Remember not to drink and drive find start at $12,000. Probably gone. The tenants every 10, minutes mornings and afternoons. Steve Herrera news at.

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"On Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Health officials say the very covert strain first reported in the UK has been confirmed in a 30 year old San Diego man. Governor Gavin Newsom first confirmed the new strain of the virus during a video call with Dr Anthony Fauci, who said it was likely due to travel. I don't think that the Californians should feel that this is something odd. This is something that's expected. However, San Diego County health officials said. The San Diego man had not Traveled anywhere recently. The first case of the strain in the U. S was reported Tuesday in Colorado in a National Guardsman working at an assisted living facility, While the mutated virus is suspected of being Mork contagious, it's not believed to be more deadly, and experts believe the vaccine will still work. Governor Newsome is unveiling a plan for schools to offer in person instruction by early spring next year. Newsome says it calls for payments of $450 per student to school district's that reopen school safely, including money to pay for personal protective equipment. And Covad 19 testing. I'm Mika McGaugh has now Sacramento traffic from the KPK Traffic Center South Bound five. The Elkhorn Safety rest area. Shut down till 9 a.m. and do the landscape in work as up north down I five in Colusa County. We have the Maxwell Safety Rest here. A closed until March, 31st at ADM do the sewer work. And if you're headed up to the mountains always remember to carry the snow chains with you. Especially at this time of the year, the CHP reminds motorists not to drive impaired, distracted or tired. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons. Steve Aurora News that e 3.1.

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Health officials say the various covert strain first reported in the UK has been confirmed in a 30 year old San Diego man. Governor Gavin Newsom first confirmed the new strain of the virus during a video call with Dr Anthony Fauci, who said it was likely due to travel. I don't think that the Californians should feel that this is something odd. This is something that's expected. However, San Diego County health officials said. The San Diego man had not traveled anywhere recently. The first case of the strain of the U. S was reported Tuesday in Colorado in a National Guardsman working At an assisted living facility. While the mutated virus is suspected of being Mork contagious, it's not believed to be more deadly, and experts believe the vaccine will still work. Governor Newsome is unveiling a plan for schools to offer in person instruction by early spring next year. Newsome says it calls for payments of $450 per student to school district's that reopen school safely, including money to pay for personal protective equipment and covert 19 testing. I'm Mika McGaugh has Sacramento traffic from the KPK traffic Center in second husband better their heads up before born and bred love the ultimate Tomorrow closures in the world to Lourdes till further off the shoulder work. So I borrowed a gamble of open island closures between the Grand Line on Dillard Road. This won't affect both the number one on and remember too late until Father Gonna show the look of the gun and turn around December 31st at 4 P.m. five left shoulder worker. You're real Burt Burt offer until March, 31st. Prepared by Burke, Stop observing.

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"News now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Health officials say the very covert strain first reported in the UK has been confirmed in a 30 year old San Diego man. Governor Gavin Newsom first confirmed the new strain of the virus during a video call with Dr Anthony Fauci, who said it was likely due to travel. I don't think that the Californians should feel that this is something odd. This is something that's expected. However, San Diego County health officials said. The San Diego man had not traveled anywhere recently. The first case of the strain in the U. S was reported Tuesday in Colorado in a National Guardsman. Looking at an assisted living facility. While the mutated virus is suspected of being Mork contagious, it's not believed to be more deadly, and experts believe the vaccine will still work. Governor Newsome is unveiling a plan for schools to offer in person instruction by early spring next year. Newsome says it calls for payments of $450 per student to school district's that reopen school safely, including money to pay for personal protective equipment and covert 19 testing. I'm Mika McGaugh has Sacramento traffic and a very pleasant good evening to help plan sweepers on the move tonight in Sacramento, both North bound and south pound five between 50 and Richard's Boulevard, they'll be conducting sweeping on the shoulders till 11:30 p.m.. In Sacramento on CNN hit and run crash floor and rode a pound Rand road. The victim is moving out of the roadway, Robert taking place in Sacramento on the Chase Street exit from north Down five. The ramp will be closed till 5:30 A.m. more world work on the Jay Street exit from South Bound five on Lee the left lane that the off ramp up until 5:30 a.m.. Traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings.

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"With a bit of rain at times those 45 49 Little morning rain tomorrow, otherwise, clouds and breaks his son heist 55 59. I'm angry with the meteorologists. Isaac only used 93.1 epi que currently 44 degrees and fulsome 38 degrees and out grown out of the stories trending on this Friday morning. Coronavirus. Very latest news 93.1 kfbk morning The Greater Sacramento region is understated home orders kfbk Sneak McGaugh has on more has more on what that means. 13 counties in the region are now under new coronavirus restrictions After it fell below the 15% ICU capacity threshold earlier this week, the order will remain in effect for at least three weeks. After that period, it will be lifted if the region's projected ICU capacity meets or exceeds 15%, which will then be assessed on a weekly basis. Mika Mogul Hiss news 93.1 Cappy care restaurants or take out only retail limited to 20% capacity. Hair salons, nail shops and barber shops are supposed to be closed. Bars, wineries and any indoor recreation have also been ordered to close. The state of California is launching a covert tracking APP this morning it was tested on college campuses. It's designed by Apple Google in the state of California. The APP is available on both iPhone and Android devices. The developers claim there is no concern about privacy because they say, There are federal privacy protections. ICU units in California are nearly full in parts of the state hospitals are reporting that they are running out of room in parts of central and Southern California. An Orange County health official is recommending that elective surgeries be halted in order to create more room for covert patients. A B C's Alex Stone reports that doctors across the state are feeling pressure to meet the demand. Among the overworked and exhausted doctors. Is Thomas. You gotta guard the ICU, medical director of Providence Cedar Sinai Tarzana Medical Center here in Ally He's hospital. He says. He's been out of critical care beds this week, and he's working 20 hour shifts. Just trying to keep up. We're having to Keep patients in the ER. Critical care patients in the ER California breaking its pandemic death record on Thursday. 220 Mork Ove it 19 patients were reported to have died. Alex Stone ABC NEWS The FDA is expected to give final approval to the fighter Coronas vaccine today. But as the nation's death toll continues to climb, some are concerned that things are moving are not moving fast enough. NBC's Jay Gray reports. Even with the military rushing the supply lines, it will take months for the general public to have an operative. Unity to take the vaccine, a gap that doctors fear could include tens of thousands of infections and deaths. Once authorized. The vaccine will be shipped to all 50 states. California could get its first shipment of the vaccine as early as Monday. CBS says They're ready to give out coronavirus vaccinations in long term care facility system is December 21st. KFBK correspondent in Murcia with more, the pharmacy chain told CNN. If the FDA approves emergency use authorization of visors vaccine that's the earliest it can start over 40,000 long term.

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Hear the flames eating through this bone dry brush, which is acting essentially at The jet fuel for this fire, pushing the fire Santa Ana winds with gusts over 90 MPH powerful enough to knock over a tractor trailers in San Diego County, where the willow fire has damaged homes. Thousands of people have fled their homes of vote today on a bill aimed at decriminalizing marijuana has support the house not expected to get past the Senate. You're listening to ABC News now. Here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. California's set to receive 327,000 doses of the Corona virus vaccine In mid December, Governor Gavin Newsom announced that the state has finalized recommendations as to who receives the doses First. The first tier consists of emergency medical service providers and skilled nursing home facilities. Second tier consists of intermediate care facility's primary care clinics and community health workers. The third tier consists of lab workers, dental health clinics and pharmacy staff, not working in higher tiers. New details are emerging in the e D D fraud scheme in California. Criminals in the state build a billion dollars in unemployment insurance claims by exploiting a loophole to cross check identities. Crooks use the DDS inability to check the social security numbers of prisoners when they fraudulently applied for benefits that roadblock hampered and overwhelmed et de bureaucracy from identifying the scheme for months. I'm Nika McGaugh has sacramental traffic from the cave became traffic center sweeper trucks north and south bound 99. Between Florin Road in Elk Grove Boulevard until 4 30 just one lane in each direction. North and South found 99 Grant Line Road to Dillard Road Ramp Work on North Found 99. The Sheldon Road on Ramp is closed until five for concrete work and reduce lanes on North Bound 99 from Calvin Kasumi, Mr Martin Luther King Jr Boulevard until 5 a.m. for guard. Real work South found 99, the Calvin Consumers River Boulevard on Ramp is closed until five or concrete and one lane closed on the south bound 99 Elk Grove Boulevard off ramp for a utility work until six traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons.

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Newsom announced that the state has finalized recommendations as to who receives the doses First. The first tier consists of emergency medical service providers and skilled nursing home facilities. The second tier consists of intermediate care facility's primary care clinics and community health workers. The third tier consists of lab workers, dental health clinics and pharmacies. Staff not working in higher tiers. New details are emerging in the e D D fraud scheme in California. Criminals in the state build a billion dollars in unemployment insurance claims by exploiting a loophole to cross check identities. Crooks use the DDS inability to check the social security numbers of prisoners when they fraudulently applied for benefits that roadblock hampered and overwhelmed et de bureaucracy from identifying the scheme for months. I'm Nika McGaugh has sacramental traffic from the KFBK Traffic center. Work continues on the transition from South Bound five north bound 99 Everything on the shoulder, but it will be around with us for a while. South found five reduce lanes of the Jay Street all France through 5 30 futilely work, then reduce lanes from the Capitol Mall over crossing the highway 50 until 5 a.m. and from south of Highway 50 towards foreign road until 6 A.m. North bound, sees reduced lanes from north of L Grow Boulevard to near Floren Road until five in the downtown area. North bound fire. Full closure of the Jay Street off ramp for utility work until 5 30 whether it's a crash or a hazard last know about it on the kfbk Traffic tip line. Enter pound to 50. State traffic traffic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons news 93.1 kfbk Now Sacramento weather Air quality unhealthy for sensitive groups that I cleared a partly cloudy low 35 to 39 tomorrow again. Poor air quality. We'll see sunny highs. 65 60 died of ex aQuantive son Saturday. I 63 to 67 Mackey, Weather meteorologist Bob Larson. There's 93.1 kfbk. What glowing.

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"To store either Present ovidio unpleasant memories right. the latter one has Potentially big side white absolutely a neanderthal shows up at a stream and looks up and there's a cyber tooth as a sabertooth tiger across from it in the stream. It's a good thing to remember that and not go back to that particular region of this of the stream so this is a system which is designed to selectively selectively. Make strong memories of important experience and it goes on goes on all the time it is online. It's happening right now as you an i talk if something if you Fell right now if you fell and you hurt your arm that would cause a very strong arousal and you would remember. Oh on this day. When we were discussing. I fell. And i hurt my arm and you'll remember that prolonged period of time so this is an online process and ended. It serves a very adaptive function of making important experiences turned into lasting memories and And obviously this is also important otherwise we will start memorizing lot of unimportant information even though debt capacity problem they might still be sort of a you know if you problem if he started a very good point. Very good point that this is selective and it's not gonna jam up the system. ed says. Remember this remember this. Remember this all of the important things. get selected for that. So it's a highly adaptive and highly selective system that is there a a responsive in us and an animals. all the time highly adaptive. Yeah so that instructions said running in the emitter is basically making the difference. He ation or sort of a prioritization icily. Precise bryant park to prioritize experiences for memory right right and so i remember reading longtime ago. Jim talking about memory. I don't have very good memory of it but There are are some diseases where people unable to forget editing that they tend to store all information and that that becomes a big issue for that push. This is such a thing. Well it in one sense. There is for a very small specialized group of individuals who have what's called identical imagery imagery in which they can have an experience and then remember that experience in in great detail. There's a a a an autistic man in london for example who who has flown over cities and then the next day can draw the rooftops of the cities and high accuracy. But this is highly unusual. Then there is a larger group of people in the united states. We have perhaps a hundred maybe a hundred and fifty individuals who have what i have called highly superior autobiographical memory These individuals are able to remember they at the activities that they did engage in for most of the days of their lives with a high degree of reliability. Now they don't have detailed memory of the event of every day but they have a general memory on this day. I went shopping with my mother. I have a fight with my boyfriend. I went for a drive the kind of memory that you and i have of yesterday. But they have that for most of the days of their laps and at that constitutes a subgroup of people in our world who have that specialized kinds of memory which does not seem to follow the rules that we've just talked about In which we have selective memory for important things. They have strong memories of all kinds of experiences..

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"By guests. Today's professor james mcgill. Who is imminent is professor of neural. Biology and behavior accused of california. Irvine he is so so fellow at the centre for the biology of learning and memory. Belkin jim hello there. I want to start with all the papers. Entitled making lasting memories remembering the significant invite you say although forgetting the common fate of most of experiences much evidence indicates that emotional arousal and kansas. The story of memories. The served to create selectively lost memories of other more important experiences. You said that. Europe biological systems mediating emotional arousal at memory are very closely linked before we get into a gym <hes>. I wondered if you sort of a- define memory a little bit and <hes>. You know cambodia. Understanding of memory changed overtime. Booby beckon understanding of what we mean by emory. Now all right memory is something that we infer from individualism from animals. All we ever see is behavior and on the basis of behavior we make inferences that that ah prior experience produce some kind of change in the in this case the brain of the animal or the human such that they can behave differently and we make inferences that are memory processes underlying the change in behavior. Now the the function of memory is to allow us to behave. If we didn't have memory we would be just like vegetables <hes>. We're able to have an experience. Remember that experience and change or are repeat our behavior on the basis of that experience in order to survive so memory is a fundamental set of abilities that aid in our survival. Right right he also. That's disagree to think about it. So clearly for animals <unk>. For memory to their behavior but in the case of cubans <hes>. Couldn't be actually say <hes>. Y be mean by memory of a of a potentially a a large set of data that you get used to define memory right. Oh a larger set setup data the inferences the same. If i watch you play for example i can make inferences about your ability to change your behavior on the basis of experience. And that's all i have and the case of of yourself. I presume that you learn to speak language. Now if i observed you when you're a child i could see the process of your acquiring the language rep all of the things that we do are based on experiences that then causes to change our behavior in response to the experience and and scientists what we try to do is to figure out what happens in the brand that enables that change in behavior or the repeat of behavior which is based on the experience. And it's same end for intro process that we use when talking about human behavior as when we're talking about animal behavior so so both tactically james so suppose i say <hes>. You know i saw x. right <hes>. Says i'm talking short term memory eight. I saw last wednesday on steeped. Why <hes> you know. I'm sort of not relating <hes>. Something from from the past <hes>. That i guess. I dead point. Would you say i m make an inference or i am actually <hes>. Member memorizing. you're you're using information i would. I have to make the inference at. That's based on memory and of course it is because there isn't any other way to explain your ability to do that but you're just using the information that you acquired a previous time in order to affect your behavior at this time and that's that's what memory does it allows us to use experiences in order to to change our behavior to make it appropriate for the moment

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Interview With Prof. James McGaugh

Scientific Sense

04:51 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Prof. James McGaugh

"By guests. Today's professor james mcgill. Who is imminent is professor of neural. Biology and behavior accused of california. Irvine he is so so fellow at the centre for the biology of learning and memory. Belkin jim hello there. I want to start with all the papers. Entitled making lasting memories remembering the significant invite you say although forgetting the common fate of most of experiences much evidence indicates that emotional arousal and kansas. The story of memories. The served to create selectively lost memories of other more important experiences. You said that. Europe biological systems mediating emotional arousal at memory are very closely linked before we get into a gym I wondered if you sort of a- define memory a little bit and You know cambodia. Understanding of memory changed overtime. Booby beckon understanding of what we mean by emory. Now all right memory is something that we infer from individualism from animals. All we ever see is behavior and on the basis of behavior we make inferences that that ah prior experience produce some kind of change in the in this case the brain of the animal or the human such that they can behave differently and we make inferences that are memory processes underlying the change in behavior. Now the the function of memory is to allow us to behave. If we didn't have memory we would be just like vegetables We're able to have an experience. Remember that experience and change or are repeat our behavior on the basis of that experience in order to survive so memory is a fundamental set of abilities that aid in our survival. Right right he also. That's disagree to think about it. So clearly for animals For memory to their behavior but in the case of cubans Couldn't be actually say Y be mean by memory of a of a potentially a a large set of data that you get used to define memory right. Oh a larger set setup data the inferences the same. If i watch you play for example i can make inferences about your ability to change your behavior on the basis of experience. And that's all i have and the case of of yourself. I presume that you learn to speak language. Now if i observed you when you're a child i could see the process of your acquiring the language rep all of the things that we do are based on experiences that then causes to change our behavior in response to the experience and and scientists what we try to do is to figure out what happens in the brand that enables that change in behavior or the repeat of behavior which is based on the experience. And it's same end for intro process that we use when talking about human behavior as when we're talking about animal behavior so so both tactically james so suppose i say You know i saw x. right Says i'm talking short term memory eight. I saw last wednesday on steeped. Why you know. I'm sort of not relating Something from from the past That i guess. I dead point. Would you say i m make an inference or i am actually Member memorizing. you're you're using information i would. I have to make the inference at. That's based on memory and of course it is because there isn't any other way to explain your ability to do that but you're just using the information that you acquired a previous time in order to affect your behavior at this time and that's that's what memory does it allows us to use experiences in order to to change our behavior to make it appropriate for the moment

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on Scientific Sense

Scientific Sense

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on Scientific Sense

"Welcome to the site of accents. Podcast where we.

"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"High on news 93.1 kfbk. Campaign 2020 KFBK continuing coverage. Final presidential bait was much different than the first debate. It was about as normal as things could get This election cycle. KFBK is Mike Power reports, Trump was able to land many of the attacks he and his advisers had hoped he'd use against Biden during the first debate there like a vacuum cleaner there sucking on Biden came prepared with counterpunches. I have not taken a penny from any foreign source ever in my Life while making the case for what he'd do. With four years as president, everyone should have the right to have affordable healthcare. Trump's advisers had also urged him to give Bikemore time to speak, predicting that Biden would make a gaffer fumble a response. But Biden didn't make this sort of disqualifying error. Trump and his allies have been counting on Mike Bauer News 93.1 kfbk all morning. We're going to be rolling audio clips from the debate. We'll have live reports from our political analysts that begins at 7 15 this morning, a local debate professor will be joining us at 6 15. Break it all down for us. There's word this morning. There could be more power outages throughout Northern California starting this weekend. High winds are expected to kick up Sunday and last through Monday. PG and E has not issued an official announcement yet, but fire watch alerts are in effect for Sunday through Tuesday. As for the current power shut off, P genie is slowly turning the lights back on for thousands of customers Gate because Jordan Christmas has the story, it looks like some counties will avoid Pacific Gas and Electric CE planned power shut offs. Officials cancel The shut offs in some areas yesterday because of changes in the weather. There were still strong and windy weather conditions in some areas shut off still happen for roughly 32,000 customers in the Sacramento Valley and the Sierra Nevada foothills. Some customers were able to get power back, but the utility is expected to bring power backto all affected customers by 10 P.m. Tonight. Jordan CHRISTMAS News 93.1 KFBK Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg says he will not run for re election in 2020 for Sacramento residents will vote on measure A or the strong mayor measure. If it passes. It would allow the mayor to run for more terms. But Steinberg says he has done after his second term, he says after four years as mayor, he will be ready to do something else with his life. Californians have dozens Dozens of propositions I should say to vote on this election cycle bought many voters are still split on one of them KFBK sneaking McGahee's has the latest One. Poll numbers on Prop 15 a new poll finds California voters split over a measure that would change how commercial and industrial properties are taxed, according to a recent Public policy Institute of California survey. 45% of likely voters support prop 15 45% are opposed and 6% are undecided. With a measure industrial and commercial properties would be reassessed every three years. Supporters argue that prop 15 would help fund cash strapped schools and local governments while opponents call it a tax increase that would her business is Nika McGaugh Hiss News 93.1 CAF E K. President Trump and the White House have released video clips of his interview with Leslie Stall of 60 minutes prior to the CBS show airing this Sunday. This is a clip you may or may not have seen in the final version to be aired by CBS Sunday. In this clip, Trump scold Stall and CBS for failing to cover the Hunter Biden story. It is our featured audio clip this hour. It's just I think it's one of the biggest scandals I've ever seen. And you don't You want to talk about because it can't be about insignificant things. I'm telling you, it can.

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on Duos The Co-Founders Podcast

Duos The Co-Founders Podcast

08:07 min | 2 years ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on Duos The Co-Founders Podcast

"Welcome to the co founders pot. And i'm your co host. Michael sir jack. Along with my partner. Justin marcus our goals dig into and understand the power of two individuals coming together and building incredible companies partnerships and relationships. Welcome to the co founders. Podcast in this episode. We sit down with. James mcgaugh co founder of ten per pack a materials engineering manufacturing company disrupting the cold chain shipping industry. Their mission is to solve the world's packaging problems through sustainable design by building revolutionary insulation products that allow large organizations to manage their global supply chains with zero environmental impact. James takes us through the highs and lows of being a first time founder. What it was like landing their first major client and how he along with fellow co-founders. Charles vincent and brian powers feel. They have the opportunity to be the biggest sustainable packaging company in north america. And now we bring us. Jane's mcgaugh co-founder of ten pack. And we're live on the air with james mcgaugh james. Say a load of the world. Hey everyone thanks for having me on. Thanks for being here. Yeah so james just a quick bit about ten pack. We're excited to learn and looking forward to the podcast clarity. Second or sure. I'll give you the the elevator pitch year so At ten temper pack. We are focused on replacing a plastic packaging with sustainable packaging. And the way that we're really focusing on that right now is on the application of styrofoam are what's better known as fps foam. And we're seeing a lot of that meal kits for she now. Lot of furniture appliances consumer electronics It's pretty much everywhere around the world to twenty billion dollar industry and we're bringing a new technology to that which is based on plant based so awesome. What is the just jumping right into a sidebar topic. I'm stealing my thunder. But what what do you think of the phenomenon of the non plastic straws now going to paper and can i don't know if it's a resistance but people don't seem to like the feeling much drinking. Let's say coffee. Iced coffee out of a straw. Yeah well it's interesting. It shows you how how quickly these companies are sort of fluttering around the you know the the social attitude of of their practices and i look at the straws though and i you know the straws are not a big contributor to the overall plastic problem also. The paper straw found suck however you want him. They immediately fall apart. I haven in a restaurant and they they served a beer or something and it was some sort of cocktail but they served it out of a a noodle like a dry noodle. Yeah that's asking the. It's definitely degraded. There was something i saw online is online today where they said that in italy that's becoming One of the ways that they're trying to reduce that footprint using Pasta to actually drink out kind of interesting. I carry a metal stroll with me literally. Because i i like it better. So what. yeah so what. Tell us a little bit about how you kind of got into the business. After school in canada just walk us through school quickly. And then you know if you had poor blood in your veins or you kind of just stumbled into the business will first of all of these practices. Were saying i. I never thought i'd be selling back. Jim i don't think many people About that when they listen. Childhood trait love but Definitely wanted to go into business My dad has started and sold a few companies My you know it's just very much in the in the family and it's something kind of we've been pulled to do since we're very young but i didn't know what to do that in so i decided to study engineering. You're you know if you could build things you can out the business side of it afterwards and equal understand. How how the world around smirks. And i'd actually met the french canadian girl in high school. And i basically vassar where she was going to college and she said she was thrown back up to canada. So naturally i followed her up there and Reason for good reason what we're married now so it had a happy maintain go but Chuck studying materials engineering up there to learn about you know metals and ceramics plastics. And you know all that type of stuff. How accused out processed and stuff. Like that. And i was in this class Learned about heat. Transfer and other engineering applications and learning about this material called aero gel. And it's it's a fascinating material. It's the best known insulator to the mankind. It's ninety nine nine percent air so if you look at it looks like frozen smoke and you could lift off like picture a refrigerator sized block of this stuff. You could lift it up with you know your pinky it's used by nasa it's a really fascinating material and it kind of just got me thinking about. I've never heard of this war. The stuff in jackets widen this and coolers wise in this in housing you know why. Why is this material everywhere man. What what is what is nasa uses for they use for insulation in in in in the gloves for the astronauts interest Okay yeah it's it's it's fascinating. I've sent seen it be commercialized. And a few other applications for example like way under the ocean. If they have you know oil pipelines Eat warm for you know the flow of of the you know petroleum they will use this as an insulator so just a pretty wild material but it kind of got me thinking about inflators and So that narrowed the focus from the universe of things to think about as far as business down to installation technology and part of the requirements to graduate. Was you have to do a year of work in between classes. And so i had done my i think six or eight months or a year at at Working on their defense side outside philadelphia but for for the remainder the requirements and. We did a little bit extra. I talked to a friend that i met up in montreal. It's charles and basically said charles. Why don't we incorporate a company. And do our next cooper internship at that company and we can just try to come up with a product based on this air material. Maybe we can make cooler Or are we gonna you know Apply for bill and melinda gates foundation. Accion or something like that and so we. We took the time and we started doing that. And we wrote a research paper on it and a third partner. Brian powers got involved. He came up to montreal. Live there for Four months or so. We started applying to every business. Plan competition that we could find. Think like fourteen of them and it was great. Because you know we didn't have any sort of real product but we were able to win like forty thousand dollars face off this idea of a super lightweight cooler that could be used for medical Materials but of course the idea was really bad Gels incredibly expensive. it's not really commercially. Available at wide scale. It's really hard to handle. We didn't know anything about injection moulding or how to make the final product ransacked that flesh. It kinda got us started. You know started down the path thinking about we could. We could build a company and at the same time. This is five years ago or so. You had companies like blue apron and sun basket and played in hellofresh in green chef. Big meal kit giants just starting out. And they had hundreds of millions of dollars in bc behind them.

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

11:41 min | 3 years ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Rather than trying to dictate how much landlords can charge. That's in. But look what's happening. The development hair has stalled the puns keep getting rejected by local politicians because it simply doesn't contain enough at Ford -able housing families actually need a foldable rents now. So we need to look at different phones of rent regulation and see what could work. And that report by Mike Johnson here in London. Well, one city that already has a form of rent control is Berlin in Germany in the past those rent caps. There have allowed communities of cash-strapped artists to flourish. Helping Berlin earn its reputation of being as one former city mayor put it poor, but sexy, but recently those renting renting in Berlin has become less affordable. So what's going on Toma mcgaugh speaks for an affordable living campaign group called deutscher wound? And I couldn't there's something called a rent break, which means that you can only raise rent I think by about fifteen percent every three years, but there are certain exceptions to this rule. So there's a law that was passed nationally a few years ago all about modernizing, energy efficiency. So what a lot of riches do actually is very cheap renovations. And they are allowed to raise rent much more ways of getting round up rent control than. These days. There are many more big private developers in Berlin housing market. And Tom aggress campaign group now wants the local authority to take control of some two hundred thousand privately owned apartments in the city. You have a very fragmented housing markets. However, there are quite a lot of big players in the market as well. So this is something that's unique compared to London where the largest landlord Mudan only has around three thousand apartments and Berlin its own in with one hundred ten thousand apartments so through our campaign. We would basically say that any landlords that have three thousand or more apartments would be expropriated. And then there are essentially nationalized. Yes, essentially, but it's on national because it would go into balloons control. So it would be municipal control for the purpose of socialization, which means these would be public housing after they had been expedited quite a radical solution. How exactly would nationalization help for us? It's about protecting people from. Displacement. So we last ten years rents have doubled which is more than any other German city. Then I think it's causing a lot of existential angst and fear within the city Bonin is one of the worst. When it comes to this. They come into neighborhoods, and they buy up entire blocks of apartments, and what they do is either let the apartments fall into disrepair and basically save on maintenance. And then after that they've basically tried to kick out all the renter's through expensive renovations and raising the rent as well. So for us, we're saying, okay, if we put these apartments into public hands renters would have a chance and would be able to make decisions for what would happen with their apartments as well. So we're saying it's a much more accountable institution rather than allowing these apartments to fall to predatory companies which. On you worried that if this goes ahead nationalization expropriation as you call it goes ahead. Then the risk is they'll be even fewer new homes built because which companies going to come in and actually build new homes. If this possibility of expropriation hangs over the heads, this is actually something that's quite often. I would say hung in front of us or people accused us of it's all about a distinction between the who are the good investors into our the bad investors. If you look at companies like vote in inventory, via they build basically, no apartments there number of parts built in the last few years is zero what they do is they come in and they buy land they raised the property prices and through that they are able to make more money for their investors. So what we're saying is we need a reasonable apartment building policy within Berlin. But it's something that must be done. Socially, must be affordable. Must be in the interests of existing renters as well. But it's still question who's going to build the new houses, actually? Within the last few years public housing companies have built more apartments than in recent years Cifra, it's all about strengthening the public sector. I would say in terms of housing and also giving signal to other investors if you are breathing in the interest of the city, then you're also welcome here. So you keen, then keep Berlin pool? But sexy as a former mayor said for us, it's all about I would say protecting the renters it's the people of Berlin. That really make the city what it is. Berlin is known for schnauzer. It's kind of tough love there, Kurt. But they mean, it kind of nice shot sharp, but friendly, you know, kind of like your grandmother that is gassing you about being late. But she still loves you. You know, it's still a long way off other big metropolitan cities, where housing has become an absolute crisis. I'm thinking sumptuous Cisco Vancouver. I mean, it is a long well that it is still too large extent affordable. Isn't it depends on who you say forty four within a lot of the communities. One does buy up these are low wage earning people, they don't have anywhere else to go. And I think it's unfair to ask them to relocate outside the city to give up their lives to stop working in helping to pull the city's together in terms of their jobs, these Caesar, nurses. These are people that work at schools for me. It's also about holding the fabric of society together in the city as well in terms of housing, prices and other cities, I think you also have to consider the Berlin is still relatively poor in terms of wage comparison. So Taggesspiegel had studied said Berliners give something like already forty eight percent of their income for housing, which is already extremely unhealthy wage growth within the city. Has not kept pace it all with rent prices. And for me that's not tenable for the city as it is right now. So for me, it's a it's a moment where we are really asking who is Berlin four it's at for people that once luxury apartments that want to speculate on the real estate market's or is it for the people that actually live here and create the city speaking that to Thome mcgaugh in Berlin expropriation of housing, maybe a pretty extreme solution. But then many say the same about rent control. In fact, many economists generally advise against rent control all the alternatives. Then Richard Florida is one of the world's leading of the professor in the university of Toronto school of cities and the Rotman school of management actually think it's a very simple issue. First of all, we have a global crisis of housing affordability in the advanced countries, there's a different crisis of housing in the global south, but in the events countries. The United Kingdom, you're the United States and advanced Asia. There is no question about it. We have a global crisis of housing affordability, and the reason for that is in the knowledge economy, we're gonna post industrial economy or a knowledge economy, wealth and prosperity comes from ideas and innovation people's minds. And that has the clutch it has to cluster in places like San Francisco or Boston or London or Toronto or Berlin. What happens when things cluster, it drives up the price of land. You have tech companies in media companies and finance companies and people end super rich people and working people all competing for the same small slivers of land in all of this clustering is taking place on less than one percent of the land area. We have as talent talented, ideas, knowledge, economic actors, all compete and stuff themselves into that land. So it's very simple problem. And there's actually some pretty. Basic solutions to to get us out of it. But they seem to be politically difficult to execute. So what are those political solutions a couple of things one we have to build more? We just have to get over this people. Call it Nimby nodding by backyard. I call it the new urban Ludd ISM if we don't allow building if we don't allow construction if we don't allow taller towers. It's basically like the lights in the factories, right? In England smashing the machines. Instead of smashing machines. We're destroying our cities. A Secondly, we have to build more affordable housing into workforce housing. We can't just believe that if we build expensive condo towers for rich people that that won't trickle down to workers we have to build targeted social housing, affordable housing in the United States. They call it inclusionary zoning. If you build an expensive tower New York twenty or twenty five percent thirty percent of the units have affordable housing. And you know, I think the real solution is that we have to move from property tax. To a land value tax. We have to tax people on the value of land because you're taxing the land. When it's not used the more you develop it, the less tax. So it encourages development. So I think over time we're going to have to move to a system of land value tax Asian. So it's interesting the solutions you've mentioned, none of the mention rent control of the mention expropriation, the kind of things that people are containing for at the moment. Look, I mean, both of those are terribly bad ideas from an economics point of view, rent control. We know tends to lead to housing running down landlords not investing and expropriation to wonderful idea. But good luck pulling it off, but look in the absence of innovative solutions progressive solutions in the face of extreme Nimby, ISM and housing affordability. What you're going to get is this political backlash whether it's from the right or this kind of left wing populism that people say I want rent control. I want you to take the housing and nationalize and make it social housing in. That makes perfect sense to me because people are feeling that they're being thrown out of their communities and look probably the strongest emotional attachment. We have after our family is the place we live, and if you threaten where people live boy, oh, boy people are going to get anywhere around the world. That's getting it. Right. No. This this problem can on us very quickly. Probably come on us in the past decade. This extreme urban what I call the newer in crisis and its most pressing manifestation in extreme crisis of housing affordability in like anything people have a wakeup call. But no, no one is getting it right because no one's wanted seriously. And what we're seeing is the first inklings really political movements around. You know, you think about the movements around workers rights and unionization that began in the eighteenth century and really gained steam in the. Nineteenth and twentieth century. They took a while to gain momentum and for political actors to wake up and for governments to actually wake up and do something we have less time. But it's time for the wake up call. It's time for the wakeup call and understand that housing and housing affordability has become probably the signature. There's some debate about this. Some people say, well, it's economic inequality. I think more and more people are beginning to understand that housing and housing affordability is probably the signal issue of our time. So it's time for the big wake up call for political actors political parties to begin to address this speaking that to Richard Florida. The university of Toronto school of cities was comes back to taxes doesn't it in this case, perhaps a land value taxes? He suggests that fits from this dishes of business daily. Today's producer was Edwin lane. I'm.

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:57 min | 3 years ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Answer WINZ in Chicago. We're of course, I'm on three hours each day, and the Dan and Amy show is a very big hit there, and Dan is on the line. And Chicago is in the news. And I it's it's Dan I got to tell you this is about as ugly a story in American corruption that I've covered in my life. And I feel bad for Chicago into heaven peg ready because your city looks like it's chaotic. It's fair read. And you're exactly right. It is out. Again, you understand the very well. This is what happens when it that. He puts little politics the rule of law and incredibly the Cook County state's attorney's office. That's precisely that. Which is what happened? The integrity of an office with thousands of dedicated prosecutors, would you have integrity. But unfortunately, as it so often, the story in Chicago that civilian political leadership of these agencies does not have integrity, and that certainly the case with Kim, FOX state's attorney, not just Kim FOX. But also, the audits the guy's name starts with an M who who apparently made the decision which she went along with the assistant district attorney and the judge mcgetrick. Yeah. So. It's not her alone and to wipe out with this judge. Why why is he sealed the decision? Public doesn't have a right to know. Yeah. Here. Here's the thing about that. It really does all emanate from Tim FOX and her refusal in the smaller case because frankly, inappropriate conversations with a former chief of staff to Michelle Obama who was representing or kinda middle communication between the state's attorney Kim, FOX and members of the family. So she recused herself. He turns it over to her first assistant, just I guess, and then, you know, if you if you're to believe any of this, which I don't then he makes an independent decision to make this case go away with smell at having to forfeit his bond and do a few hours community service for operation push Jesse Jackson's organization even operation push didn't even realize according to them that the community service. He was doing with the satisfy some sort of half baked clay deal that was caught with the Cook County state's attorney's office Kim FOX's fine protect yourself because she's compromised in this case, and you've got her first assistant, basically having to do the clean-up work and be the fall guy to say incredible things that just don't square with any rational assessment of America. The no I mean, the important thing about wasn't a gap that didn't fall apart mcgaugh said yesterday that the case. There was nothing. New here cases, strong police investigators did appropriate job. He essentially said, look we could have convicted him on the sixteenth felonies. But we made a resource allocation decision to let him walk with a slap on the hand. Even though we're not technically exonerated. So is the official reason for letting him go and not prosecuting money. We don't have money for trial. We. Is that what resource allocation means? Yeah, they're essentially saying look we prioritize violent offenders, and because Jesse smell wasn't a violent offender that we just see small that he could have led to race riots. This guy's a thought national thug. Because he wasn't a violent thunder. This is what they're saying. And you prioritize violent offenders. He shows this alternative disposition of the case. I mean, it is it is beyond an untenable proposition. And to your point about the case being the cook picture in his office. Conceded that the judge has discretion in the cage. But the Cook County state's attorney's office did not object to healing the case. So they went along with ceiling. What is the what's the excuse about sealing the case? So the excuse about not prosecuting is Chicago doesn't have enough money because it's not it's it's not the the prosecutors do not consider it a serious enough offense. Okay. Which is it's about as serious as you get before murder. What is the one is the excuse of the judge? What the judge didn't offer an excuse. We don't know. But the Cook County state's attorney mcgaugh the first assistant whose entire to the case that it's allowed under the law. And so we didn't challenge it because it's allowed. That's just the show. I am curious. Look, I'm obviously, I I'm in southern California. Not chicago. I am curious. What is your what is your read of the mood? R P P R people in Chicago angry, or is it a big deal? It's just another corrupt day in Chicago, Illinois. I obviously, I don't know the answer to that. Maybe you don't. But what is the mood? Is you read it? The mood. Generally, speaking across the across the board is one of outrage that people who have some commonsense and believe in some sound on the rule of law are outraged by this. They know that this is a political decision. They know. Okay. Why don't we we? We were what does that mean political decision that please explain that? Well, the belief is that Kim FOX with compromise. And she the potential was that small S attorneys will call her as a witness in the case if it went to trial, and that was something that she couldn't have come to pass and the state's attorney's office couldn't come to pass. Whether that's because she did think that we're beyond that does mccalls and an improper or whether it's in addition to that she protecting other people who may have interceded on behalf, including the former first lady, I think. How close a friendship is there between Michelle Obama and jussie smollet? Well, it's not exactly clear. But I mean, again, there's a relationship there and her former chief of staff, oh, an attorney named Tina shun is the one who reached out to Kim, FOX and. And that's what got this all the other thing. Tim, FOX said to this is an important point when she recused herself. She's had I recused myself when smell that was still considered a victim by police that may technically be true. But I can tell you anybody who has any connection Chicago police department. Detectives will tell you not one because a police detective from the beginning from the night. That's happened believe Jesse story. And so that certainly would include Tim FOX would know talking to police and talking to investigators that they had grave suspicions about the veracity of what's malaria had to say from the very start of this episode, by the way, I wanted to be clear to me, and my listeners the that he's not putting brought to trial. They did not in any way imply that he's innocent. Is that correct? Correct. The first assistant attorney said he was not exonerated. We believe he filed a false police report we believe this was a hoax. That's what they said..

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"House speaker Nancy Pelosi the GOP will never stop trying to destroy the affordable healthcare of America's families Pelosi announced a Bill designed to protect people with preexisting conditions and lower healthcare costs. President Trump told Senate Republicans to revive the effort to kill the landmark health reform law. The Republican party will soon be known as the party of healthcare. CBS's? Paula Reed says the Justice department sided with a federal judge who declared the Affordable Care Act unconstitutional in a court filing last night. The president's Justice department wrote the entire Affordable Healthcare Act should be struck down. That's a shift from just months ago when the administration argued some parts of ObamaCare, including the expansion of Medicaid could remain in place. Empire actor Jesse small. Let claims he was vindicated after Chicago. Prosecutors dropped charges that he filed a false police report about a hate crime attack. Cbs's Steve Futterman reports it was a Chicago legal melodrama. Prosecutors suddenly without any explanation announced they were dropping charges against jussie smollet, I've been truthful and consistent on every single level since day one. But then the fallout began this is a whitewash of just led by Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel echoed by the city's police superintendent, Eddie Johnson Justice who serve. No, and the confusion continued when prosecutor Joseph mcgaugh spoke, I do not believe he's innocent. So you believe he's guilty. But under the deal jussie smollet did not have to admit a thing. Steve Futterman, CBS news. The legal tables were turned on attorney Michael avenue when he was charged in New York and California with Bank and wire fraud and an effort to extort millions of dollars from Nike. He tells CBS news. He's feeling a why. Wide range of emotions over situation. Sure, I'm nervous. I'm scared. I'm I'm all those things. And if I wasn't in wanna make a lot of sense the full interview with avenue.

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"mcgaugh" Discussed on Love Your Work

Love Your Work

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"mcgaugh" Discussed on Love Your Work

"Doctrine guthrie. Recommends that you perform each repetition as slowly as you possibly can while still moving smoothly. So without stops and starts, and that will generally be somewhere between five seconds per positive or negative or fifteen seconds per positive or negative. So the same amount of time for the positive rep as negative rep and super slow to total muscle failure, the body by science protocol calls for you to go to total muscle failure in each sad. Annually doing one set per exercise having to get into the technique behind that more in a bit three measure time under load not reps. You're probably used to strength training protocols calling for a certain number of reps. Her said, for example, five reps for strength eight reps for mass. But the body by science protocol calls for you to measure the amount of time, you can withstand the weight before reaching total muscle failure. I'm gonna get into why? And how to do that later document Gulf recommends that you find a way? Eight with which you will reach total muscle failure within somewhere between forty seconds and two and a half minutes. And we'll talk about how to measure that in a bit four minimum rest between sets the body by science protocol is built around the mountain of evidence showing that high intensity exercise is far more effective per unit of time invested than steady state training such as jogging on a treadmill for thirty minutes. For example, doctor McGaw ascites a McMaster University study that found that quote, six minutes of pure hard exercise once a week could be just as effective as an hour of daily moderate activity unquote, eminent say that again, six minutes of pure hard exercise once a week could be just as effective as an hour of daily moderate activity. That is pretty incredible. So body by science is very high intensity because of those findings. That's why you're going to. Total muscle failure that why you're taking his little rest as possible between sets five it's a full body workout instead of working one or two muscle groups per workout with this protocol, you're doing the entire body and this helps increase the intensity of the workout. But also as I've heard dot com. Agus say outside of the book, it helps stimulate the release of maiocco and mile kinds are like hormones released by your muscles that may stimulate growth or reduce inflammation. Just as some examples. I've heard Dr mcgaugh say, for example, that the release of interleukin six exponentially. It's as a function of the intensity of the exercise and the amount of muscle mass being stimulated. So the more intensive is and the more of your body that you are working the more that you're gonna get these good maiocco coming out. There are very Asians of the protocol that may split up exercises as talked about in the book, but the main workout is high intensity and full body six maximum rest between workouts. This one is going to be hard for a lot of people to accept Darsur Magusta scribes that most people are over training and over training is a long process. It's hard even noticed that it's happening. I know cross-fitters often go every day. I used to live three times a week doctrine Goth recommends that you do this twelve minute workout, and then take anywhere from five days to fourteen days of rest, you might be doing this once every two weeks now, I personally have been adjusting based upon my level of excitement to withstand the intensity of the workout. So in other words, when I come back to do the workout, you know, how much of my looking forward to the amount of intensity that the workout is I was doing once a week, but I found myself dreading the intensity. So now, I'm experimenting with nine days. And I've heard Dr McGovern said at the better conditioned. You are the longer the rest you'll need now that doesn't necessarily mean that because I'm taking nine days that I'm in such great shape. I personally have some health problems at length in my recovery time. So for me. That's a factor, but in general taking a lot of rest between workouts? So those five main keys again are one super slow movements to.

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