18 Burst results for "Meghalaya"
Why Did Mitsubishi Furlough the SpaceJet?
"Development of the Mitsubishi regional jet kicked off with great fanfare in two thousand, eight, the to family aircraft offered an environmentally friendly design and state of the Art Pratt and Whitney geared turbofan engines. It was also a milestone for Japan's aerospace industry, which has developed just one complete commercial aircraft since World War Two. The Y. S. eleven turboprop, which ceased production in nineteen, seventy four. Aircraft Lesser Titan Steven udvar-hazy told Mitsubishi at the time that if it could pull the program off, it could quote do what Toyota has done in cars and quote, first deliveries were targeted for two thousand thirteen, but that date came and went, and the program struggled with repeated delays. Recently rechristened the space jet, the program seemed to have stabilized, and then the covid nineteen crisis hit faced with its parent company's need to drastically cut expenses. Mitsubishi aircraft has suspended development of one of the to space. Joe Models halted test flights and wound down production. So. Can the program survive this setback? And how does it alter the already turbulent dynamics in the regional jet market? Joining me to try to make sense of all this are Bradley. Parrot, aviation weeks Beijing bureau chief who has followed the Mr J.. procreate spaceship program for many. And in Frankfurt, aviation weeks executive editor for Commercial Aviation Jens Flottau so, Brad, let's start with you. Would you fill us in on? What's going on with the space jet? Yes, there's a very apt metaphor we can use basically the programs being fellow D- Justice and employer over the past few months may have told her a worker to start working. Just go home, but bought consider him or herself sack. The the sorry Nyj I had space jet. Basic Development is basically being welcomed down to a very slow low level It's not being completely. Stop so far as I can tell and very little is happening for the moment for how long well we don't know, but just as an employee as being followed has not has not been set. The Emma J program has not been canceled. Sorry, spaceship program, forcet an Olympic explain exactly what what is flowing amounts to. The company has six prototypes which are being completed. There were four main tests light. Light, base, in Moses Lake in Washington that fleet was waiting for another aircraft, the sixth most recently built one, which is the one which is crucial cruise, one is the one that actually embodies the the standard of design which can be certified, and the aircraft was supposed to go was supposed to carry the main burden of the remaining flat testing that was a situation as about three months ago two months ago. what's happened now of course is that. Is that the mostly basis bay multiple? The small remaining there just to maintain the the prototypes. That's important. They're not being scrapped or anything like that to being maintained and that six prototype which has finally finished in March is still in Meghalaya, and that's where it's interesting for the moment. At the State of the program, most development is actually flight testing, and they're not doing The production will. Production is continuing for the eighth off seven speed finished. The eighth is, we'll be finished. But other production is being stopped. which will mean -Tory work. Flight testing work. What's left? The development engineering team, and that's going to be reduced to some extent, and that's basically what's going to be puttering along for the duration one lost. Important point is that. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries which is the majority owner of Mitsubishi. Aircraft decided in early May to go ahead with the purchase of Combodia CJ program, including factories that indicates love commitment to the program. Brats I'm I mean the the most intriguing part of the to be at least is the shelving of the M one hundred at the smaller. Version of the two, and as far as I can tell, they are going back to the Bronx drawing. Bolt for this program now that it has finally become a scope compliance the US. I'm just curious. Do you have any indications about what's that's relaunch might entail is becoming bigger is becoming smaller was a would at all. No simple answer is no. They probably don't themselves
"meghalaya" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For metro viaduct work I merry band about now at a traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly it really is a matter of life or death and now here's a travel briefs I'm Peter green Berg this is today's eye on travel minute there may be no guarantees when it comes to the weather but certain statistics don't lie and you might want to avoid the wettest windiest destinations in the world the wettest place on earth is muffin room located in the Meghalaya state in India receive an annual rainfall of a whopping four hundred and fifty seven inches in Japan our Maury city perched atop the hut Kota mountains is the snowiest places on the planet receiving around three hundred and twelve inches of snow fall every year for the windiest try Commonwealth bay in Antarctica where katabatic winds reach over one hundred fifty miles an hour on a regular basis and the average annual wind speed is fifty and that's not counting the temperature extremes for more info and go to Peter Greenberg dot com I'm Peter Greenberg and this is today's eye on travel minute you delivery you loading up on things from Walmart yeah I use my new Capital One Walmart rewards card it is unlimited five percent back on everything I buy from Walmart online see what's five percent back five percent what with the Capital One Walmart rewards card earns unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart online on top of Walmart's everyday low prices what's in your wallet terms and conditions apply Capital One U. S. A. N. A. here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and sentenced to amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke.
"meghalaya" Discussed on Brain Science with Ginger Campbell, MD: Neuroscience for Everyone
"Please be sure to tell them that you heard about it on brain science. One thing that I don't remember Bill talking about that. I think is really important that you emphasize in your book from the beginning is the concept of reverse inference. Would you explain that often when you see brain imaging being presented in the press? This is the kind of thinking that underlies it, so so let's say that there's a brain area that we know to be activated. When somebody experiences fear, so like the mid alive show, people fearful faces the amid allies very reliably activated. So now, let's say that I do something else. And I see that the big delays activated reverse inference is basically flipping the evidence. Right. So the original evidence was if the person experiences fear been the amid delays active reverse inference, flips that and says, well, if the middle is active in the person must be experiencing. Ear and that sort of a logical fallacy ride is only really gonna be true. If and only if the person experiences fear than the amid allies active. It turns out that there's many things that activate the make the law. You don't have to be experiencing feared may go on us. Just because they bagels active doesn't mean that the person's experiencing fear. So I wrote a paper in two thousand six laid out the critique of reverse inference and laid out another way to think about it. Because I mean, it could be the case that when the Meghalaya's active fear is probably more likely than a lot of other things that are never associated with the Magdalen. So I laid out a way of thinking about that in terms of particular type of analysis that we call Beijing analysis, but that's the general idea. So for example, there was this op Ed in the New York Times back in two thousand seven that we ended up writing a letter to the editor about that showed people videos of various presidential candidates. This was during the prison. Primaries. And then tried to basically infer how the voters were feeling based on what parts of the brain were active. There was actively in particular part of the brain is, melted empathy. They might they would say that you know, voters are feeling pathetic towards his candidate. And so on that's one of the ways in which we've seen this kind of potentially invalid inference be used. So it's kind of a subset of correlation. Does not equal causation. It's a similar idea though. I think it's different in the sense that it's we don't have been built 'cause -ality at all. It's really just in terms of how you interpret the correlations. So it's even some ways more basic than the the correlation causality confusion in saying that you don't even have to think about causality. It's really just basically saying if you see, you know, you see a a relationship in one direction doesn't really tell you that you infer that there's something in the other direction. Okay. So let's talk about the question. One of modulator versus patterns of activity. Right. So, you know, early in in Beijing, most of the work focused on localizing activity. So one of the terms that is used like, there's a there's a conference still one of the biggest conferences brain imaging called organization for human brain mapping. So the idea is we want to map out what each part of the brain does. So he can put a label on it kinda like the phonology put a label on the skull NS..
"meghalaya" Discussed on The Working Experience
"With penalties and interest in all that good fun stuff. Was gonna say about. Oh, but you'll hear these stories about people who have like they've already said that money they've already like. Oh, yeah. A raise the vacation this one Hublin taxes if the five thousand dollars if you're lucky to get money back while some of these people are nothing so to cancel vacations at counties on that. And it's depressing. I mean, you're going to Cancun or something like that, you know, is probably week out of the year to feel good right now cut out and some people. It's like none of a Haitian like they were counting on that money to make it through like this couple's having a kid Meghalaya belts, pay off debt or whatever it is five grand back. They're getting nothing now counts five thousand dollars to pay compliments rent groceries. You know for medical. Bills. Whatever. Yeah. I don't know about the wisdom of spending money. You don't have. Of course, the American way, of course, by your tongue. Throw it on the board about it later. And I'm getting don't worry I'm getting a huge refund. Back this year. I. When I a little school. Now, it was teaching presentative. They you the average American is like six thousand dollars credit card debt. Right. So now, let's do twenty percent because twenty percents usually what people are paid whether or not much debt, right? It's just I remember what it was. It's astronomical. And they're looking late. Now, they were only about fourteen at the time for like eight years. It would be deluge. Yeah. With credit card off house down that candy like kid wars. All there's wave you MRs payment, and I pack of wolves edges descending on you. There. You're gonna pay somewhere around twenty five percent. Oh, you go by thinking go. I don't think you can go above thirty twenty nine. You just go to Moshe are. You gotta get a better deal..
"meghalaya" Discussed on KQED Radio
"But are all kids equally altruistic is there a normal distribution bell curve? Some give a lot in a really happy. Some are not happy at all most in the middle. It's actually surprisingly consistent. So most of the toddlers are happier when they're giving than when they're getting the treats for themselves. So what's that red spot on the brain? So the red Mark in the brain is an area of functional activation in a region called the immigra-, Georgetown University psychology, professor Abigail Marsh measures, the brain activity of what she terms extraordinary altruistic people who donated a kidney to a total stranger Meghalaya is part of what's called the mammalian brain is involved with emotions like fear and the social processes like to some extent love and carrying. This is an image from a brain scan that we did looking at differences in MacDill activate. In people who donated a kidney to a stranger relative to people who have not her research. She says was unequivocal the altruistic of mcdonagh's were about eight percent larger than normal altruistic donors showed increased activation, and they Meghalaya when they saw somebody in distress which is the opposite of people at the other end of the compassion spectrum psychopath who show reduced activation in the magdala when they see somebody in distress and in one study of psychopaths brains. They're shown to be seventeen or eighteen percent smaller than that of controls. So this also seems to be related to having lower levels of concern or compassion for other people. Dr Seuss was right. The grinches heart is really three sizes too small. I yes, I do use that analogy. Sometimes in fact, maybe it was as a lot of that was too small. So when people find that giving is more gratifying than receiving what's going on everything. I think we've learned from our research is consistent with the idea that it is a good thing. Thing and beneficial for a person to be giving and generous to other people..
"meghalaya" Discussed on Casefile True Crime
"Meghalaya's of water with the depth of one hundred maters in some places making it difficult fidora's to reach the bottom before they compression stops were needed. The water also contained fine silt that significantly reduced visibility. And tons of accumulated silt would have gathered over the years since the children went missing effectively burying any remains. Police revealed that was searching for bodies, but refused to comment on whether it was those of the missing Beaumont children. Days of searching filed the uncover any remains and to the search was eventually code off. I'm not to police confirmed suspicions that I had indeed been searching for the remains of the Beaumont children as well as Kirsty golden and JoAnne Ratcliffe, but nothing had been found. Another massive and devastating setback to the Bonn case occurred in Norton Ninety-two advances in fingerprint technology, presented the oput unity to test the fingerprints fan on the handwritten lead supposedly pen by giant bone and her capita back in nineteen sixty eight. Lettuce that prompted G men to Nancy Beaumont to travel to Dainong in Victoria with the false hopes of being reunited with their children. Testing of the fingerprints revealed the author of the letters to forty one year old man from Victoria when confronted by police. The Victorian main admitted he had originally written the lead as a teenage prank which had quickly spiraled out of hand. He had seen expressed great remorse for he's immature behavior. Regretting hoax. These auto Yee's. Police determined the man had absolutely knowing of in the Beaumont children's disappearance, and he was promptly eliminated as suspect given the man of Tom that had lapsed, and he's I at the Tom of the Cohen night charges wherever fall against him. As the non nineties came to an end, another person of interest was named in the bone case office Stanley Brown. In nineteen ninety eight Brown was charged with a non teen seventy mode of sisters Judah than Susan McKay aged five and seven he needs town of tans Ville coins land preowned managed to avoid detection for the Motors for almost thirty years..
"meghalaya" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"The death toll from the California wildfires continues to rise ABC's. Alec stone is an encore hills. The latest body found is here in a Gora hills inside of a burnt home in the fire zone. LA county sheriff's detectives are on scene. Now, this brings the death toll to fifty one in California. The remains of forty eight victims have been found in northern California and three here on the Wolsey fire were found in homes in some in their cars apparently trying to escape the flames. Alex stone ABC news. Gora Hills, California. Meantime, heavy rains and very dry weather in California have contributed to the spread of those two deadly wildfires opposite ends of California. State. Fire officials say the winds are now starting to die down and CBS news, weather producer, David Parkinson, says Moore. Relief is on the way, they chance of rain. It doesn't look like it'll be all that heavy too. Which is good because you get heavy rain and you get mudslides, but it's looking like either right before thanksgiving or potentially into the that weekend. And we're learning I least have a dozen people have been arrested on suspicion of looting evacuated homes in California in the northern California town of paradise as well as several surrounding communities, according to the Butte county sheriff deputies found two men hiding inside a home in paradise with a handgun and drugs. Deputies also found an ATV and AR fifteen rifle and tools. These men were apparently using and they are suspected of stealing these items. They also arrested two other men who had a laptop computer that did not belong to them and two more people were arrested after they were spotted in a motor home that motorhome was reportedly stolen in the neighboring town of Meghalaya California coming up on WBZ radio. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has some. Choice words for the president. We'll get to that. But first, traffic.
"meghalaya" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You're open line Friday with Brian Sussman and Katie green starts now. Well, they're calling it the camp fire the camp fire and his campfire is now, well, it's destroyed paradise. I mean, paradise California is gone. And now we have an evacuation warning for parts of Chico. It's racing towards the city of ninety thousand people. This is just an awful. It's a firestorm. And it's being it's being enhanced by these very gusty winds and these incredibly dry conditions, and you know, that part of our state hasn't seen a drop of rain since may. So we're all over that this morning. And if you could help us out, we really appreciate it. Because the news is is scant people are evacuating. We don't know what's behind when this fire rules through the pictures that we're seeing visas via social media, just hellish. But if you could help us out four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred I'm Brian Sussman. Let's bring her in Haiti grades. She's got the headlights and the traffic and away we go into Friday. Well, we had tens of thousands of people forced to leave their homes yesterday as destructive wildfire continued to grow in Butte county, prompting more evacuation orders throughout the day. You're listening to live and local headlines here on talk radio five sixty K F O the fire called the camp fire has destroyed more than several hundred homes and businesses. As of right now, it's burning twenty thousand acres. We have multiple fatalities and injuries we have evacuation orders still established for paradise Meghalaya. Con cow cow creek canyon and Butte valley highway.
"meghalaya" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Movies, quick. All right. Here we go. It's the second hour of the radio show or waiting Jeff Neal's call. So while we're doing that, let's take Markos call. He just came in, but nothing wrong with that. Let's shift them in here. What's up Marco. Waco put on the guys know falling and. To kill you. I watch most of the feeds were ESL. You know, I might guess when they say in big because some five cage warriors, but I'm to be to rise van or case over you or ACV because who gets us up. And I only got day. We have to talk about what the majority of the audience is. Gonna wanna hear there. I mean, there are Dan's from Oregon that catch every single thing, but they're just it's very small percentage of people. People want to talk about the they wanna talk about phone talking about Bella tower. That's why the focus goes there. If you have questions about the other stuff, we can definitely dive into it, but it's not something where in the morning we say, make sure we get the ACP. We just don't do that because it's not a demand for it, right and dance favorite sport is the u. of c. his second favorite sport is belts or his third favorite sport is PF l. fourth is rising and so on. Whereas we like other sports and the kind of moves the needle. Hey, we're having a bell toward guest on later on today we talk submission grappling on Monday. We try and really spread it all out, but we spread it all out just like the pie. What seventy eighty ninety. I don't know whatever percent of that by is you've see and. And then we start giving some love to the other promotions. One way you do give a fuck is do you ever want vide- Meghalaya's fought with him one, but he'd come into the studio. We found love with the guy. So when we all tuned in then one, so. But if you look at an ECB card, a lot of times, there's nothing really coming over from North America and if there is and they got swallowed up by UC to twenty eight. We're just not gonna know it. So you can't go head up against the, you've see for one and to give North American fans. The reason to go if he just wants us to watch. 'cause it's a competitive fight. All watch if I'm at home and he sends me a text, hey, in thirty minutes, these guys are gonna match are going to be matched up. It looks pretty good. Here's a link to the stream. The legal stream I'll watch it. It's not like I don't like watching that and I have to watch a lot of those when we do rankings talk, but. Without knowing the backstory, what do I care about the Sulu of coal off fight? You know, I just don't. I mean, I think thing with one championship one championship was on the map where it was fighting, Tim Sylvia's fighting. Our law ski was fighting while those people that we've come to know. And so gives us a reason to give a fuck plus back then you had to pay for the stream. You already have to wake up early now. They got the app, it make it a little bit easier, but there's sometimes where they have cars, just no one's fighting, you know, and that we know and and I don't know. I give a fuck that Sam darnold playing for the jets. You know, that's different. I I like USC wanting to see how he does that SAM's team. That's not my, that's not my team, but I wanted to do well because he's a former Trojan, but it's just, you know, Dan has every right to make his point. That's what I love about America, but you can't force that point on others because not all of us feel to be a little realistic to there's. There's only so much time in the day, right? To be able to do that. We would have no weekends with none of the guy after Dan called in said, echoes dance thoughts. And then the third guy or gal called in and said, wow, you two are like me, but his call comes in and it's a hard core call or whatever..
"meghalaya" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Office in New York office in LA in office in Vegas. So that's always you how how you expanded but on not only that, but also the that the group in itself in the team in itself very committed to not putting on a great shows, but also to fight is that we have on the league in the league. All right. I know you're busy guy. We'll let you go, but I do want to say we were studying it early and Jamie Abdala Smith's Malino Rahman the main event not only do they need to win, but it's very key that from three to six points could be the difference. If one of these guys doesn't have their submission game tight. That's one way to stay away from Vinnie Meghalaya's who's sitting at the top and then by basket Atiyah could get in same thing by beating O'Connell O'Connell you know, depending on he's a little bit more season, but it's really interesting to see how these points could factor in with the seatings. You know, like I say, Vinnie sitting there at the top and he's just been mowing through some of these cats. It'll be interesting to see how all of this plays out, and we already got kinda got a glimpse at how the light weights are going to feature on October nineteenth because it looks like that's when their playoff starts. We kind of look to look at those standings. It was really, really cool to just look at standings with points, something new in our sport. I guess. But we enjoyed it. You know? Exactly. And you mentioned lydian Vinnie is it's almost like this has given him a new outlook and the new life in in the game. And I mean target them. He said, it's never fout so confident team, you know, a fire door and the way you know, deleting that keeps them finding every five, six weeks. He's in shape very, you know, all the time. And so he he's on a high right now. And so you know, again the playoffs when that happens, it could be anybody. So that's what makes it interesting and staining, for sure. Right. Pres- we'll talk to you soon. Man, PF l. seven. We'll be watching tomorrow night on NBC sports network at nine pm eastern start time, and thanks for the time here on MA radio. He should've..
"meghalaya" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"All right. Back in Vegas goes, what do you ever Yves Edwards eve when it comes to a guy like destined point and even Eddie hours for that matter, I'm sure ATT guys are very prepared just like every other Jim, but these are the type of guys where I could see them walking in with a game plan, but the second they get hit, it's that all hell, no. And it turns into what it kind of looked like in that first bite, how difficult is it when you have to kind of have have that guy's back and have a strategy, but at the same time, you know, at any second it can turn, how do you make those adjustments. Man, it's it's not gonna jump after make. Fortunately, you know, try to try to keep them focusing try to keep them focused on on not netting is their ego take over. And when I look at these last few flight, especially if I gave, I think that was that was a big part of mental inside the office. He's not in that fight and got into that brawl that that they wanted. And that we see. An end to. He win the village, but like the odds of fifty when side to sit down the caulking trade and he just in that get you fight. He showed a lot of both in that regard and believe that that's now part of his arsenal. You know, you're gonna have to really, really pick it him and dig under the skin to get to the and and he's he's too smart, and he's worked too hard to get point. You know this, this fight will ensure him a title shot in my opinion, and he that's what he wants. He wants to be a world champion. So I think that when Eddie tries to make flight into an into an ego, battle dust will be able to hold onto self control his emotion and get himself to this point and pick him apart from the outside. And if Eddie wants to get into a ball and get on the inside dust is comfortable there, he's good, and he's gonna fight to make the fight happen where he needed to happen to to have alternates. Let's switch to one other topic here. I know you're out there supporting the teammates at u. f. c. on FOX thirty in Calgary. But in about in less than a week, you gotta head to union Dale New York. That's I think, Jay Hiran's neck of the woods that area and you gotta go over there for fell five Brian foster versus Natanz Solti and in Brandon Halsey will be facing extreme tour out Vinnie Meghalaya's tell me about PF l. now is we're now getting to the second regular season fights of the guys..
"meghalaya" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind
"Yeah and to the gigantic size of leviathan and of course it's also argued that leviathans hunger may have led to an increase in size among the baleen whales you know get big enough to where you're no longer going to be as as easy of of prey species for the apex predator in this may have led to the the humpbacks and fin bax in the great blue whales that we know today i do have to add though that more fossil evidence is needed to fully support this notion though that's an interesting concept and heard that but the kind of makes sense that they would evolve to become larger in order to better defend themselves against these horrible ancient predators were yeah or it's just becomes the you think about what what sort of animals is the apex predator preying on right what size is what what particulars strains of the genome are falling to it and then how is that affecting the surviving sizes among the species i mean as an animal keeps getting bigger and stronger than you it's harder and harder to prey on it rightly and even in apex predator is not going to say i feel like a challenge i'm going to go after this big boy here no you're going to go after what what is easiest oh of course they don't want challenge as i mean again animal nature is a cheapskate and animals are cheapskates right want to take on necessary risks i mean this goes back to this question you brought up everybody always wants to know once they find out about leviathan melville did did the leviathan in the meghalaya on fight who would have won in a fight and i am of course not above a little bit of fantasy monster showdown myself but from what i've read there's probably not a good reason to think that the adults of these species would have fought one another they might have tried to prey on the young of the other species but once they're adults in good health these.
"meghalaya" Discussed on Waking Up with Sam Harris
"Making a public speech can be very helpful in adaptive but there are other times when we made actually want to have the mid activated and so this is the kind of buried story that often doesn't get toll but the amid is a we see accentuated activation they make to up during certain kinds of compassion meditation practices in response to stimulate that reflect or depicts human suffering and in that sense compassion may accentuate the response to suffering as an initial step in the cascade which ultimately leads to the motivation to help and so this is just so a little bit too insured to uh uh hopefully counteract this the simpleminded view the middle is all bad united there's been this popularization of the research on the meghalaya mary the big lawyers i think the one area of the brain that most people who don't studied the brain can can name and it's not an accent because it's it has been described as the the theor center of the brain for so long but it it's more the emotional salient exactly enter of the brand for the whole range of emotions positive and negative so this picture of the dorsal lateral prefrontal cortex exerting inhibitory control over other regions the amid delay in the case of stress and and negative affect here but as you point out we're talking about mindfulness there but was something like compassion you can get an upregulation of of in a mikola response or it's inhibitory control over the default mode with respect to representations of south that is if i understood correctly from your book that's more of a picture of the training phase of.
"meghalaya" Discussed on WWL
"I'm david blake now back to tommy tucker wwl am fm and dot com thank you david it seems like every time something like this happens people retreat into the i mean it nasty at all but they go into the gun control camp they go into the mental illness the camp they go into the never going to stop it camp and i just wanna wear buddy is does it seems to me again with his air force thing does in microcosm is if you're gonna say the airforce dropped the ball and that this guy would not have had the gun if the aforesaid reported it berlin you saying there is a way to keep guns out of the hands of people but if you're saying he would have gotten a gun any way will then he airforce doesn't matter in it's a red herring greg slidell hiring who good morning good morning hey yeah i was on a maybe a national why by lydia ko not only do you have the control you know the background check gone but that he could also instituted a natural light but you adapt any time you bought a we can write in walked into a walmart laid out now bill and buy ammunition over an hour yeah it yet to show alive maybe that would be more checked imbalance live might prevent some of this so we if you and i i'm not arguing here gragham just trying to think this through so if you would you he he would have a stricter thing on emu nation than the guns because if you have one on the guns and you would need the ammunition unless you're saying that the control man's wouldn't work then great unom date illegal guns off the streets dumming illegal gums were everywhere i steve dorsey and control of from the end you mentioned ammunition side gureck got you know make meghalaya that would have to qualify four five drag it seems to me and we get to break here but it seems as though a church is an ideal soft target because a lot of times in this little church ahead one point of access and egress cheonan get now and a people couldn't leave and also you would think that that's pretty peaceable crowd would you feel better if they had somebody an armed guard or if you were carrying a gun in churchill the guy next to.
"meghalaya" Discussed on Hidden Brain
"Testys or ovaries and some other parts as well our brains come in one type and it's a spectrum from masculine and feminine either the male brain and fee nobrainer no different no more different than the male heart and the female heart than the mail kidney and the female kidney which by the way also are all proportionately larger in men than women now they used to be a time when scientists thought that the size of the brain was really important for knowledge is measured the size and shapes of people skulls and then drew sweeping conclusions about people from different groups but more recent work has challenged the idea that bigger always means different i've done uh several studies looking at structures that are alleged to differ between men and women one is the hippie campus which is important for memory and the other is the a meghalaya which is important for emotion and and fear and both of these structures have been alleged to differ between adult men and women but when we did a metaanalysis basically downloading all of them dozens and dozens of studies of comparing men and women's brains it turns out there is no difference between the hippocampus of men and women or the amid allow men and women once you correct for overall brain size lee's agrees with debra so the scientists we heard from earlier who believes at hormone levels in euro can affect the brain of the baby but we're debra sees hormonal influence as decisive lease things of it as just a nudge there are probably some um.
"meghalaya" Discussed on No Agenda
"Who else going to do it anyway um his like you said at the beginning of the show it's hopeless it's hopeless it's over yeah that's true but there is hope for you and i you and i can start a new business and i'm not talking about all to coins i'm not talking about any crazy scheme of just all not a crazy game now now this oh we're going to start a bizarre get this will be interesting i am in okay cnbc california pie finds pot of gold in wine and we'd pairings are we made for this business or what well first of all i don't i suppose now i could see lucky limit think about that the and the reason i brings up i recently there was a benefit for the raw mcdonald house we went to a beer and ice cream pairing any was quite interesting i didn't expect that to be something i would be into yeah yeah i wouldn't expect that either but it was it was i liked that it was it was tasty okay you're going to meghalaya could see i a couple of things i get see smoking may me with day napoleon koniak that would be kinda cool and it would probably match up fair could cigars you commonly a smoked with the napoleon cognac switches of two highgrade cognac could not rely so that would work but that's not wind no it's not i was day may be a sought turner something sweet sweet thing it's of those develops with some people smoke dope damn my work i just do not see a dry wine or i could also see edibles with any of the cognac shore sweet wines i would all but one could we could do brownies we could do browning's.
"meghalaya" Discussed on CBS Sports Radio 1270
"Live from the cbs sports radio studios eats lighter than you here's boom writer what is going on bill rider with you we've got via woken from usa today joining me here in about fifteen or twenty minutes i'm on twitter at sports writer sports r e i t e r and the phone lines of course are open to you if you want to weigh in eight five five two one two four cbs's the phone number eight five five two onto for cbs this is a very special version of the show by the way it is the red eye show the joys of of of sports travel i took the red eye from san francisco to cleveland last night and adam clue why do i sound loopy at all and i'm i'm i'm feeling good i have a lot of caffeine in my body to be i i got a meghalaya lotta caffeine right now no i don't think you can tell all love love it is going to power through was an all ask them crazy questioned lebrun at the game afterwards 'cause i am hearing cleveland i'll but there are some knows it is that has gone that is that is coming down the pie right now non nba odell beckham who is obviously a force of nature on the football field already 24 one of the best wide receivers in the league is because he is in in uh the early part what the entering the fourth year of his career with the giants makes one point eight million dollars per year and would like to be paid a little bit more money as as we all would now for most of us right of i didn't show if i was like come on cbs sports radio.
"meghalaya" Discussed on Porsha 4 Real
"All the other shark natal's were film here in the united states this right now is in different countries around the world and so i was able even though this is my press movie i was able to travel out of the country to go film it which they might be at risk it's yes though i was i was super excited and it just felt like a big huge production to be able to go out of the country so you have one on one of the people who were part of the cast is some other people to but you can look up the um press release the c they are yes where you become wondering um yeah i can't take that correct film look turkey the at their way thick film like turkey russia morocco other russia so i i don't wanna tell you exactly where i found pensioners booby they may have any film in london in meghalaya rush hour that right but um government oh yeah they found agree to stay and and they've they've done done most ridiculous locations like where i was at a castle yeah yeah i've that a castle in a we were outside it was raining mind you with like eight property late thirty degrees hand will do believe it hasn't not they turned it they turned it oh my gosh now we yet what we airbnb castle what the movie the voice of mortgages than other people living in.