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"michael scoop" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Dropped when she added an issue. Because to me this was the first time the first actual purely negative emotional thing. I still felt like that was coming from a place of anger last week. So i still emerged but everything he makes from. That has some strategic. I think this one has your strategic game was actively against your own game and was emotional like last time she flips like. She was an adjustment and a bad situation at the time. Like it wasn't a great situation to flip. It was better than being on the border with our and having nowhere to play and there was actually like bid this time i just could not understand why she on an esu. Well i i really wonder if there is something about the fact that they aren't necessarily together. I think what. I've sort of wrapped my reiner mine around tried to in this episode is that we thought okay there are there are nephew and centenary here as the double agents but i think what we actually have is something i wanted to say. Unique to at least twenty years of survivor. I've watched which are too independently minded free agents in this game and that. It's not necessarily like the wu. Tony we're gonna flip back and forth every vote together. It's not an incident sunset seemingly checking in with each other to figuring out which way they want to vote. It seems like the story were being told that these are two people who feel like they're already on the bottom of this buna majority which we will certainly talk about as well. I think this episode is by far the maybe the most straightforward one. We had besides kion episode. But at least. I think he did a good job of at least setting up. What's to come next. And it seems like they both have their own resentments with their place in the current totem pole. But it doesn't necessarily seem like they're working together it seems like zomba's we're trying to put an almost double the work of currying favor of both of them to possibly sway them over. That's going to be really unique again. It could all change next week that these two are going to be the ones to really be the fulcrum. And the lisa welsh michael scoop and go back and forth each and every vote right now it really does seem like they're not working in tandem. Which is one reason. Why i think seni who seemed to be a bit jealous of the way that the zomba's sort of welcomed nestle back with open arms was like okay. No no let me pull the pull up the wall that was pulled over. Everyone's is she is not working with you but also this seemed to care about that anyway. I think that's a great point miami. We haven't really seen any sort of strategic compensation between nineteen the whole time so it really seems like they're all pretty independently not gonna makes me think that loss week voice will also independent and.
"michael scoop" Discussed on KGO 810
"Just do the things in our guest gastrointestinal track. Can they kill SARS Cov two viruses because we know we have all sorts of junk in there that's damaging to bacteria. Well, the virus actually is turns out conduced pretty well in terms in terms of getting through the stomach acid and getting through the relatively high ph of the first part of the small bowel. So it can survive. As a matter of fact, it comes out in the stool and we can use that. Diagnostically. You know how a lot of universities are now serving sewage to see? Yes s so That's how we do that. That's one of the dangers about bathrooms. Right, Doc is that when people flush the toilet, he goes up into the air. If it doesn't if the tops not closing the toilet so you can walk into a AH public bathroom that doesn't have circulation and The process of people flushing the toilet can possibly send the virus into the air. Is that accurate? Well, it's possible it hasn't been clearly demonstrated. But it certainly is possible and it was demonstrated with stars back in 1 4002 were in Hong Kong. There was a clear pretty clear indication that Flushing the toilet was one mechanism of transmission. Yeah. All right. So let's Where are you? I'm looking at this piece. UCSF. This grad student looks like he's 15. And it says, you see, as grand grad student Michael scoops work was integral to the team's success. I would imagine this is an all hands on deck around the world. And and these nano bodies have to have a lot of people excited. Where are we in the process of actually with human trials and to try to figure out if this will work? Well, human trials are right around the corner. They're just starting to warm his starting to start up now, so we should have some answers to hell affected these nano bodies. They're gonna be clinically within several months. Some preliminary work on that, But you're right. You know, it's UCSF's done a fabulous job with this, but it's just It's not just UCSF. Its researchers literally around the world, the folks that you see assessment, collaborating from The researchers from multiple countries. Yeah, I remember laughing. When Ronald Reagan said in the eighties that you know one of the good things about being attacked from outer space. It would bring all of humanity together and, you know, I know people kind of laughed at it. But there's a truth to that. And and that's one of the things that I hope out of this pandemic. There's a piece today and Bloomberg About. You know, the next pandemic and how what we got? Can we learn from this? Can we have increased cooperation between countries that have nothing else in common other than they, You know, they can't do anything if they're dead. And I, you know, I look at this and I think to myself, you know, I read this article, and I was like, I I apologized to the person who sent it to me. I don't remember. But I was extremely, um, uh, optimistic by what I read, you know, and And I'm laughing that I asked you. Had you seen this yet? I assume it's a cam out. Words came out of my mouth. I laughed. Of course you have. But it is to me. You know your your approach, which is very It's what I trust about science. It's very careful and and wise, and that's what we have to do. But with a lot of people working on it, and a lot of communication, we can move faster if we have, you know. Tens of thousands of the top researchers in the world working for a solution here. Um, where there might be more than one too, right? I mean, obviously right there with the combination of vaccines and preventative, you know, distancing and masks and all that. It is not going to be a silver bullet to this is it? Unlikely, sure, but you know, I want to just come in and what you were saying about cooperation it one of the silver linings if there are silver lining to this pandemic, but one of them clearly is that there's never been Certainly in my lifetime. I haven't seen this kind of cooperation amongst scientists world around the world. It has been really a wonderful thing to see. And like you're saying ship I just I just pray that this cooperation continues into the future long after the pandemic is over, because we are knowledge. We've accumulated a one year the knowledge that would have taken in the competitive environment of science. Maybe a decade to get to. So it's It's been really just phenomenal. I hope it continues. I know you gotta run. You got another call, but It is I I agree with you. I think it is one of these moments where I mean, you look human history. Is's pockmarked by, you know, either, you know, fear or religion or other pushing back against science and you know, and science continuing to push and push and push slowly, you know, using the momentum of small successes and you know vaccine vaccines I was reading, you know, back into the early 17 hundreds late 16 hundreds. You know, and even back before that people had observations in nature, So you know, keep your eyes out and you work hard general, you're rewarded and it's it's It's painstaking, but you know, it's to me. It gives me optimism. And this was a great piece. I will tweet this out. You become kind of Ah, celebrity here. People who love to hear you speak and Dr Schwartzberg I love having you on. Thank you so much. Please be safe. And until next time, Okay? Of course. You're really welcome, Chip. Thank you very much. But again, Dr John Schwartzberg. This is really remarkable piece and I am so apologetic. I cannot remember the listener that sent me this article because it blew my mind. I read it twice and then seeing all these young people just you know again. There's this guy I mentioned before Michael Schoof is a hope I'm saying his name right? I'm a P shoof S C H 00 F He's a grad student, and Dr Peter Walters. We're not. He's a renowned scientist who specializes in and protein sorting and cellular membranes..