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"miliver" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Now, I'm Stein, a brilliant physicist a scientific pioneer, of course, though, perhaps not the one you're thinking of this week. We're discussing the lives of women whose work has been overshadowed by their more famous male relatives or partners. It's part of the BBC's one hundred women season today. Miller marriage Einstein who was Albert's first wife. They divorced in nineteen nineteen and a few years later after a dispute about money from Albert's will she received this letter when someone is completely insignificant. There's nothing else to say to this person to remain modest silent. This is what I advise you to do. Well, let's hear from Pauline Gannon a French Canadian particle physicist who's written and lectured about Miniver Einstein. James Menendez asked her if Einstein had tried to cover up his contribution to his work, probably a D N towards the end of his life. Did he wrote to his lawyer a few years before militias death that once milita would no longer be in this world, then he could die in peace? And so he probably had a bad conscience, but it had started so differently at the beginning. The two of them were so much in love, and they were working together and doing these incredible things together. The absolutely we pollution is the modern physics, and they were pretty close collaborator. But they were also very close emotionally and she was without him. It would not have succeeded. The big problem was that he had been so insolent with one of his professor, and he was unable to get a good letter of recommend. He was unable to find a job. So Miniver was pregnant at the time were not married, but Albert refuse to marry her until he would have a job, but he couldn't find a job. So they were still working together. And they probably thought the best way to overcome that is to publish good papers signed them, myself alone. And then I can I can make a name for myself and miliver had all interest in the agreeing to that. So there's no doubt in your mind that they did work because I know there's been some debate about the references in the letters to our and and so on whether they actually did collaborate very close. But there's no doubt in your mind that that did happen. This was a joint effort. Absolutely. It's crystal clear in their letters their numerous references today ever come in. Who can for example, there is a reference to a paper on capillarity that the press paper that he published that Alberta published and they constantly refer to this paper in some letters. Talking about their common work, but then appeared on their only under his name. So it's clear that something happened that made them decide just to sign with one knee. And I think it was because in needed to make a name for himself, and she had all interest there. He would get a job marry her and she could keep a child. So there was the trust there at the beginning that allowed them to do that. But obviously when his career took off did success go to his head a bed, and then he started to believe that actually this was this was all about him and not her what is clear is that miliver sensed it from the beginning as soon as we condition came to a Albert of on nineteen zero nine four five years after the publication of the his major papers on the Photoelectric effect relatively special relativity and E equals MC square. So when this happened me, lavar sense it, and she wrote to a friend to a best friend, a hold fame will not change. Is humanity and later on she wrote with fame. It's always the same one receives the Pearl and the other the shell. Physicist polling Kanye and something new every day. Now once untrustworthy always restricted is the rather ominous sounding slogan of China's national Social Credit system is a method for encouraging some say enforcing good behavior. From one point four billion people it was launched nationally in two thousand fourteen and late on Monday, Beijing's local government announced its own incarnation of scheme based on what it called personal trustworthy points, trustworthiness points. His what it sounds like in practice..
"miliver" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I'm an idiot let's not gloss over that point i really mean this i really wanna talk with you here i genuinely don't care i mean i really mean that like i hope look hopefully we'll be friends for another fifty years and all sorts we'll chelsea but we'll we'll change the world to be a freer place and all that and maybe when we're eighty we'll do this again and he'll you know dave after all these years maybe maybe you're not a center it doesn't it and i don't even think you really view me that way and it truly doesn't matter to me as long as you're not coming onto my property and trying to harm really need to understand that and people who need to understand that i think in general about religious folks is that just because religious people think something is the senate doesn't mean they think the government should get involved or that it's my job to lecture to you about the sort of sin in which you are participating particularly if this is something that you know you're you're involved enter your or your set on like there's actual counterproductive things that are being done so this though is where i think the conservatives got a little crossed up with the religious crew and for years was doing too much moralizing and preaching and for dental so for the years before gay marriage became law i believe that you were taking the libertarian position on this the government should be involved license you very few conservatives we're doing like rand paul for example should have been screaming about that he should have said this has like i'm miliver tarian of you guys have bank conservatives and republicans i don't care what he thinks about one way or another but he should have stay staked out that position and he could have led the conservatives who are more principled position but but he didn't 'cause everyone's always playing politics in their own little things but at the end of the day if you're just what it's the law of the land right now so also i mean this is the case that i make to religious people if you're a religious leaning libertarian right who believes that certain things are since.
"miliver" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Textbook goes i should have radical surgery and chemo radiation well she was refusing everything except our treatment and she went through our treatment for the volvo are area new england area and she came back this week with a new scan and the good news is number one she's in remission bravo to her gratulations and number two the questionable lesion in the back of her abdomen retro name has gone so whether that was inflammatory most likely it was and right now she is in remission doing well pleased with her results just treated with radio surgery here at thirteen four broadway where we have the biggest experience the longest experience in america with radio surgery congratulations good news out about another woman who came from iran his sixty six years old she has metastatic breast cancer stage four his first started fifteen years ago to the breast he's been on chemotherapy for years and something like we talked about a couple of minutes ago he's been on chemotherapy for years and usually if chemotherapy is going to work it's going to work in the first few months usually it doesn't work so great months and years later and in her case that's certainly been the case she has a biopsy proven recurrences kantian miliver cancer in the bone severe pain and i just don't understand i was at a dinner meeting a few months ago has lots of chemo doctors and they're talking about how they give chemo to their cancer patients with pain how most of the patients have pain and i said well our patients don't have pain you should send them to radio surgery new york thirteen eighty four broadway because there's ways is to hit the cancer to stop the pain when cancer goes to the bone and they're suffering there's no reason for the patient to be in pain there's no reason to be suffering there's no reason just to get more and more arcata six chemo and the pain gets worse again more narcotics and the patient get more constipated more dizzy and more side effects when most likely we can hit the cancer that's what we do that's what we pioneered and you can see come in and see our patients most of them have no pain no suffering and that's the.
"miliver" Discussed on The Ziglar Show
"To learn how to actually run a business properly and not try and do everthing myself but phosphoric couple of years that unfortunately the damage on my lower spine had already been down by sitting down for those fifteen sixty nowadays for three or four years is i built business and zone i picked up my son charles at the time was probably won't for years old or whatever and i picked him up and so the he'd like to do the superman thing and as i'm flying him around miliver room i felt this click in my back and i literally dropped to my knees in pine anz i had fundamentally blown my l five s one disc it a completely herniated from out between the two vertebrae and was machete seeing its way of the only words he used machettes its way into my sciatic nerve and i felt this pain of just like it was as if somebody was running a knife tit down the hall of my right leg right the way down on my big and i was rushed to hospital anza was put on morphine and they did an mri and they realized the you know it was pretty much donald is going to half of the operation but the damage is already being done it wasn't the fact the obvious picking up my son did it it was the it was it was compressing that this for years of sitting down so now i actually low on sat for their sins of you i now i'm actually standing up for eighty five percent of my work day off i think you'll standing up right now at my right i got to i i have two standing desks you're my office they got worth yeah yeah so i this this desk at she goes up and down it yellow those sexy kind of i got out of this list.
"miliver" Discussed on Undisclosed
"Now at age eighteen and you know there is no sort of treatment or therapy to kind of help rectify the trauma that she was put under um and now that he's you know on in general population i'm sure i am i know for a fact he's not getting the tr the mental health treatment that he deserves and should be getting after spending thirty two years in isolation on the end and so you know what kind of message did that sends a him on as a person but kind of hope are we giving him as a person or to try to overcome his obstacles sending him to death row at eighteen for some thing at he dead when he was a teenager as being of juvenile life without parole of recently an article in the washington post about a lawsuit in maryland that could possibly affect vietnan said case of gone what's your take on that yeah and so as we've said there was this key supreme court case miliver says alabama which has led to all these juvenile re sensing hearings including the one its upcoming for turns lewis it non said of course was not given a life without parole sentence he was given a sentence of life for the possibility of parole but it turns out that maryland is when a three states the other two are california in oklahoma that say even with the sentence of life without parole to get parole there has to be the signature of the governor and in maryland since the midnineties the governor has not signed off on parole in a single murder case in maryland and this lawsuit in maryland is saying that functionally a life sentence for a juvenile in maryland is life without parole even if it's not technically a life without parole sentence and this was an article in the washington post it was talking about one of these cases in maryland's men named james bowie and jamming the boss you i think certainly has some merit ends if the court there in maryland decides it's meritorious than that means that someone like a non say ed would be entitled to some type of relief.
"miliver" Discussed on No Agenda
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"miliver" Discussed on WGTK
"His campaign provinces and i think often the biggest roadblock has been congress are we saw that have at least some of this on macaire yeah yeah you know though kevin you know i've been a big supporter of president donald trump uh although miliver hearing it i don't agree with him on everything i generally supported have but i think he's got to meet eighteen it's eight year of trump accomplishments because you know he he he he has accomplished a lot but you know he's got a really push or for that wall i think that's going he and i think if he roll and give them the key to anyone without that all he's going to lose a lot of his supporters you know you can only hole so many rallies than so many things make so many speeches that excite based at some point they're going to start saying we're the peace what have you sure and uh he's at the point now where i think he's coasted as far its ban on rhetoric and he's got you have some very significant action happened are also i feared about a big part of his face serially turned their backs on him they might but i think it'll be just more that they'll mobilize well let me let me up on this controversy from this week because he gets reported for having said you know this word in this meeting and everybody's focusing on the word they're not really paying attention to the context of what he's talking about his desire to move our legal immigration system to a merit in skillbased process as opposed to kind of a refugee centre where everybody comes in and gets all of our public service benefits is is really that's been his intention from the beginnings been very clear about that so i can imagine in my head that this meeting he came in to talk about you know getting the wall going in and daca those are the two things are going to be in the first stage of the immigration stuff and durban just starts pelting him.
"miliver" Discussed on KOIL
"Fructose and what you think about fructose is that unlike any other sugar it's process the miliver small amounts of fructose with me without slowly but not a problem for your liver and as i said earlier think about eating an apple okay you pick up an apple it's sweetness comes from a lot of chewing so you're chewing out the sugar you know in the meat of that apple your chewing up the sugar and you're getting some fiber to go with it so the apples fiber is slowing down the processing in the gut any time you have fiber it basically a it takes in it it's like it's exercising that's why we need celery is he salaries one of the best things eat because the caloric value basically it's burned on the way down because it's mostly fiber so when you're consuming large amounts of fructose it added sugar particularly liquid form like coker are pepsi or i mean a slams a liberal with more than it can handle and this is what they're saying this is this saying well alcohol the little added fructose consumer fiber rich food that's okay but it's only when we frequently consumed large quantities of concentrated sugar and we don't have any fiber to go at band would it becomes a health hazard we got the very bad health and that's what they're worried about is that the americans don't realize that with all the sugar lee putting their diet one of those important things they forget to put in their diet is fiber and they don't they don't realize that you know there there's no nutritive value to these corn syrups highfructose corn syrup sitter illiterate in the body now they hide themselves and things like pickles and and in some get even in melt they were talking about putting fructose in the milk and it's just amazing what they're planning on putting in all this stuff so tonight is another guy where we know i haven't visited with doc for a wild so i think.
"miliver" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"The doctor doug kgb read their chart or read up on the latest brilliant you know discovery of vitamin d is going to cure the world it's called thursday still busy taking care of all the medicare medicaid rules well i gotta tell ya well this is a house finance committee meeting and he was talking about our budgetary impacts in the cost of health care and he now wants to get in there and really just fine the standard of care of medical care and determine what your vitam indeed levels should be and that's what they're going to imbed into state genes backflow although all those going on with medicine now because we've got beancounters deciding how your medical care is going to be done yeah you've got naval senior meaning that they need to legislate what the doctor stu in this like locked in the door after the house burned down you worried about vitamin d worry about getting them food and making they're not out a mess in you know look let's start with the basics uh yeah greg store for god's sake comedian pick your web some vitamin d at walmart it's not that expensive i always forget to take mind but i'm supposed to do but again this is what the house finance we have crowley use have you know a budget gap which they keep saying there's just dramatic because they're spending us into oblivion and the focus of the house finance committee is paul seen the cochair miliver ring unappreciative into all the members that you know this is what we have to control our healthcare costs is make sure that we we said a standard how much vitamin d people have to have but what we can do control or call this thought pain legislatures legislators the waste our time on kraft like this the third it is i gotta tell you i just heard something that has the meet who it actually affects alaskan in the financial world not vitamin d levels for goss i know you didn't see this one come in and you won't see it on the news anywhere but i gotta tell you i almost died when i saw this was the topic of conversation at the house finance committee meeting today believable a jane thank you so much for the gall charles can you cue that section back where he's talking about how basically we just have to do this because doctors walk.
"miliver" Discussed on KOMO
"And now steve hi good morning cohen who green bay and i'm i'm putting my podium her green bay everybody knows green bay packers brutal i've ever met great little bitty gird gives you the poll you could clear but experience you're you're minute delay deliver nature it took steady with her allotted that's a real selling point is being able to get out to nature fast you know and i have been through green bay in the spring but what's that like in the winter time you know i grew up here so i knew stewart you know everybody complaining good it it it definitely cold but everywhere scott recalled miliver so it to me it's always been the norm yeah i was tanya macho like frostburg and in the winter time the snow snows up to people's way split the people who live there just really seem to notice that it's also interesting by the way you know how some towns just everything goes crazy when they get in the interests no on the ground it's like that in washington d c i mean we're going to get half an inch of snow and their raiding the stores for milk and bread and toilet paper and cars or crashing everywhere and i was talking to uh state police one time and i said so are you worried about what's happening up in cumberland and frostburg maryland this approach no they know how to drive snow they know what to do what you people down here that are the idiots so so i guess they know how to handle snow and green bay to refer to thank you for your call we are going to larry and mansfield ohio you're on first light good reality sir how are you doing fine well i'm calling for manziel ohio i don't really wanna rate man should ohio but i'm an over the road short driver so i've seen uh city in all forty eight states on the kanu us and i can rate it based on how people drive and how people act when you stop predictability and i'd have to say to probably my favorite is albuquerque new mexico people aren't aggressively driving there and they treat your friendly when you're stop at different places and i know mcmenemy but probably the place where the worst drivers in the lead burnley people is oklahoma city really oklahoma city arm and you would think it would be just the opposite because they're kind.
"miliver" Discussed on Historical Figures
"The two seemed to connect emotionally given their history of romantic trouble elsa had recently gone through a messy divorce a future albert slowly began to see for himself the two started a correspondence most of the time albert simply vented about believer but after a while the letters turned romantic einstein fell for her due to her compassionate nature and sympathy for his plate having gone through a divorce herself in fact part of the allure of taking the director's job in germany was to be closer to elsa albert moved to berlin for his job in april of 1914 malaysia however caught on to the letters in refused to go to berlin she distrusted elsa fearing her as a romantic rival but with albert now alone in berlin believer eventually gave in and arrived in berlin in late 1914 albert and miliver tried to reconcile but that proved impossible their marital discourse only seemed to grow worse it finally got to the point where mileva left the house taking the children she stayed with a mutual friend while she an einstein tried to work things out the to discuss terms of separation not yet divorce and on july 14th 1914 einstein parted with his sons at the train station this was one of the hardest moments for einstein it said he cried all day when he said farewell to them the no one else to turn to einstein went elsa for comfort she welcomed him with open arms soon the to begin an official romantic relationship and elsa sought to mary albert immediately but albert wasn't ready for such a commitment not yet.
"miliver" Discussed on Historical Figures
"All albert had to do was be patient iin stein was thrilled to celebrate he in malaysia set out on vacation to lake como for a romantic getaway he wrote to her saying bring my little blue dressinggown so we can wrap ourselves up in it i promise you an outing the likes of which you've never seen this would lead to einstein 's darkest secret miliver in einstein's trip was magical but it brought with it an unexpected surprise malifa was pregnant which was quite a scandal for the time in order to preserve her lover's integrity mileva fled to novi sad to have the baby in january 1901 mileva gave birth to lease or all einstein albert einstein wouldn't go see malaysia and lease or although opting to stay in baron working he hoped he'd find a better job soon and support his new child sometime time later miliver returned to ban to join einstein it is unclear whatever happened to lisa real think mileva gave the child to her friend helen sovic others say the child died of scarlet fever one popular theory is that lisa role survived her scarlet fever but was blinded she was then raised by a different family and lived well into the 1990s under the name zorka though this has never been confirmed einstein never got a chance to see her a tragic afterwards mileva went into a bit of depression finally albert received some good news on june twelve nineteen oh to the patent job and barron came through albert was finally employed the job actually turned out to be better than 9 could have hoped it was relatively easy afforded him lots of time to work on his own theories any earned more money working there than he would've as a junior professor in hindsight working as a patent clerk was probably the best thing that could have happened einstein the work was easy with einstein finishing most of his duties in the morning and getting the afternoon to work on his theories for once it look like things were going albert's way.
"miliver" Discussed on WGTK
"List of the of ten books that have most than full we're we're we're we're people find it about dennis on my website occupy dopey i continue moving to iran this is that los angeles times editorial trump suggested that it was also equally deserving of condemnation a reminder of george w bush's inclusion of iran and north korea in an axis of evil that also included saddam hussein's iraq what was role with that it was not an axis of evil and by the way it is an interesting thing to you know when i thought the same thing the exact same thing when i heard the speech well this is a reminder of george w bush who singled out a north korea and iran and iraq's saddam hussein's iraq as a the as an axis of evil but guess what iraq today's not part of an axis of evil and why is that because saddam hussein was taken them something to think about when you just say all the iraq invasion was a mistake all right and by the way i was thought i was totally pro the war once the invasion to place i was not pro invasion prior i was ac mastic i had i knew i knew the dangers of iraq and the very very little likelihood of establishing a functioning democracy there i said that on hard boll miliver forget the response what's his name of hard ago chris matthews chris matthews was for awhile really surprised to hear that from you that i didn't advocate going in i'm only saying the seal on the understand amok justifying an earlier position but once we went in we should not have left the graver mistake was leaving but be that as it may there is no axis of evil with saddam hussein's iraq saddam hussein is dead and the at regime is over but why does the la times why does it oppose why did it opposed then and today the classification of iran and north korea and and hussein's iraq as an axis of evil as i've said sits have begun broadcasting.
"miliver" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Some also some legal background cases and put things together um it's interesting the conversation is still happening because there was still growth from the 2011 letter uh with the 2014 fa accused so this has been a conversation in the department of education and on college campuses for awhile now and some of the areas have changed even under the previous administration um so that is something that has always been there i i do think that the vast majority of colleges and universities were taking these reports seriously when they came in and and following up i think the guidance helped sort of some guidance to that so um that is something that i believe we did follow up on and there was a lot more conversation and discussion nationally um about consent about sexual assault um like was just said to the spectrum of everything from non wanted um sexual contact to a race um but also stalking dating violence domestic violence and other different things dean merck's their new jersey wh what are you see coming at you in the divorce push here what a change in what direction well i think a lot of us are looking obviously at the standard a preponderance of evidence that i think that there is a desire from the current secretary and some of her advisers to go to a clear and convincing um the standard that is something also that the criminal attorney is uh have looked and pushed for uh to change that standard which is interesting because that is off them that would be a different standard than even the secretary or the department of education will take when they were investigating universities they would continue to stay at miliver preponderance standard so that's an interesting side note on meth um i think another different factor there is going to be um uh a villa be uh the cross examination that takes place.
"miliver" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"England allwheeldrive traffic on the threes let's get to david struck lino that's a good start to the hour in however north of the city the ramp from ninety five southbound one 28 north and peabody is closed for roadworks will seek unaltered around the it gets a little tight passing by it at times but there are still won twenty eight is a clean shot in both directions between puberty in lexington routes three and ninety three or both find in and out of new hampshire four ninety five looks good top to bottom south of the city routes 24 95 for both in good shape and at the cape sagging were bridges clear so is the mid cape highway but times we see just a little bit of volume getting across the board bridge route three is a great right up and down the south's your between the cape and break through the expressways looking good all nine miles around downtown the lower deck in the second bridge or find nothing to worry about a miliver connector getting down on historial drive and the tunnels are all clear out to the west the mass pike is it's good to go between allston ann arbor and route ninety moving right along throw worcester intrusion worry if you see your backup or problem on the roads while the wbz phone force at six one seven two five four forty four hundred next reported seven thirteen on wbz's traffic on the three cbs wednesday l all relevant this is aimed you'll omari at eight angel's memorial hospital less when the patients outnumber the resources it's cough khou black robbery gang amy jo three academy award winner marcia gay harden and rob lowe it with me on this code black cbs wednesday or stream it live or on demand wbz news time seven oh for the fourday.
"miliver" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Of interesting jim jackson here on the show cbs sports radio jim i know it's been asked a lot in it's getting little but i'm really cares about your perspective you played for log time in the nba you know a lot of these guys this warriors team new around them at the finals last couple of years how i mean i know that history will will our judgment will sort of evolve over time and we'll see what they do in the years ahead but where do you think the team that we just saw this team that just one in five lost a single game in the playoffs rolled through a lebrun james team or lebrun played some of the best basketball i've ever seen aren't they at least and consideration for the greatest team of all time right now today while they're they're in a conversation but the their story of still on route where they have your three to five years if they keep trying to keep their core together the do some amazing a phenomenal thing from i'm gonna take it to do so the story is gonna look different fifteen or twenty years from now because the the person that are writing the story of the golden state warriors are gonna be you know they're probably miliver millennials right now they're perspective a totally different were living in the carver we're coming off well you know the history of a celtics in la lakers and and michael jordan the bold in the spurs and we're still trying to evaluate the goal i'm thinking based on that in our minds were still backtracking to go see well fifteen twenty years from now the this is what they saw they felt it's great gold they he had a dominate the nba within a period of time and that cata story going to be written and help you bought a ton bill you've always about parity right well the nba really only have a non your window where with paradigm with seventy two seventy non eighteen wanted high although than that it's been dominated by the three to fourteen that i've won in specific period of time so you've got to give gone they a lay it in the fight in regard hugh where they the over in the overall humid thing of dominating during their time pierre jim jackson here on the show cbs sports radio.
"miliver" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"On off about a inflammation and and cholesterol and one or wanna kinda get straight dr before we get in some of these other products at the hill bottle both are trying to get the sequencing here's all body makes our own cholesterol miliver and if you're overproducing cholesterol does does that cholesterol if if you've got the bad guy the large particle whatever it is the small particle um ldl and is that then implanting in the blood vessel walls triggering the inflammation orders the inflammation the help to um you know clause the the the increase of cholesterol which comes first year well i think that the information if you have information going on in your body uh it's going through a path that cholesterol particles and try to neutralise it so there for information is really the mechanism that accelerate the cholesterol buildup in the wolf he got oldest cholesterol floating around it gets into that riddled gap junction with in new york carry a war uh it doesn't like it so what happens is if he got a lot of information going around it's going to actually trying to sort of isolated and actually tune in an animal his though like if you don't get a splint out of your finger that can was red hot all right irritation that for happened inside that are artery wall so if you have a lot of information zone on so if you're smoking if you're not exercising gotta let us sugaring diet if you had a lot of abdominal those are the risk factors for heart disease and they're the risk factors because the court there's a lot of information so if your cholesterol level happens to be elevated and you have a high percentage of ldl cholesterol uh and delta get that ldl cholesterol by itself is in something that actually is dan it's when it becomes oxydized when become leaky and that oxidation is the process of changing that cholesterol so it is that it's so does invest itself in the wall so inflammation in my opinion is so much worse than the cholesterol level with fell fights for people with my cholesterol which other rescue natural supplements would you recommend and one so clearly the triple play for cholesterol is rescue l e l x q which is the added coq ten in tuesday's former written thrice credit that we had so red yeast rice 1200 milligrams coq 10.