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"mount sinai" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

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"mount sinai" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

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"mount sinai" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

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"mount sinai" Discussed on Donuts and Devos

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9/11 First Responders Have Higher Cancer Risks but Better Survival Rates

Short Wave

01:45 min | 3 months ago

9/11 First Responders Have Higher Cancer Risks but Better Survival Rates

"I grew up in the new york city area. And i remember this period so clearly. Many first responders spent weeks doing rescue and recovery work at ground zero site in the aftermath of september eleventh. What were they exposed to. Well you know just. After the towers collapsed the air was filled with smoke with debris basically all that had collapsed on the concrete glass pipes. I mean everything. Kind of pulverized and burning into this ash. It was laden with all kinds of heavy metals including lead and other toxins. I mean many of us. Remember that plume of smoke and debris that could be seen from space on that day and dr michael crane. Who's an environmental medicine. Expert at mount sinai told me that there has never been anything quite like it be exposure was really dramatic the dust. I mean there was all kinds of carcinogens and combustion products in fibers glass fibers in festus fibers and it was really a witch's brew and given what was in the air. There was definitely a concern early on that it might increase the risk of certain cancers and we have research about that now so how much of an increased risk of cancer is there among first responders. Well some of the most recent data suggests that the total number of cancers is only slightly elevated compared to the general population but scientists have documented like significant increases in certain cancer is a twenty five percent increase in prostate cancer. A doubling in the risk of thyroid cancer and about a forty percent increased risk and leukemia. And there are also a number of rare cancers that are linked to the

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The Ongoing Health Costs Associated With 9/11

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

01:58 min | 3 months ago

The Ongoing Health Costs Associated With 9/11

"To federal funds established after the attacks of september eleven. Two thousand and one have paid around twelve billion dollars over the years. The money went to first responders. The families of those who died or people have gotten sick as a result of the terrorist carnage. Medical claims have been increasing in recent years. Many from people with cancer marketplace's samantha fields reports on the ongoing health costs connected to that day twenty years ago this weekend. Michael o'connell responded to the world trade center as a firefighter on nine eleven and spent the next few weeks working at ground zero five years later he got sick. I know the exact date. It was december thirty first. Two thousand six new year's eve. He went to bed that night filling healthy but when he woke up the next morning i literally had swollen limbs swollen ankles all my joints were inflamed by body kind of blew up to like twice the size. It was a pulmonologist figured out that he had a rare autoimmune disease called sarcoidosis that was attacking his skin and joints and told him he'd gotten it from breathing in toxins. The material that responders and survivors were exposed to when the towers collapsed was quite toxic. Dr michael crane treats a lot of nine eleven first responders through the world trade center health program clinic at mount sinai so huge huge burning buildings collapsing. Everything inside is burning and it collapses down into a pile and then an enormous. Dust cloud a lot of firefighters. Police officers and others at ground zero started getting sick almost immediately. I with what they called the world trade center cough then. Ptsd and depression. And eventually years later cancers this exposure has a really really long tail anyone who develops any kind of illness linked to nine eleven can get free healthcare through the world trade center health program but michael bearish a lawyer for nine eleven survivors says there are likely a lot of people dealing with nine eleven related health problems. Who don't know they're

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Jackie Mason, comic who perfected amused outrage, dies at 93

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Jackie Mason, comic who perfected amused outrage, dies at 93

"Jackie Mason who spiced tea brand of stand up comedy led him to Catskills night clubs west coast talk shows and Broadway stages has died he was ninety three Mason died Saturday at Mount Sinai hospital in Manhattan according to long time friend attorney Raoul Felder he was known for his sharp wit and piercing social commentary often about being Jewish Mason was the son of a rabbi and became one before starting his career as a borscht belt comedian he shot to fame on The Ed Sullivan Show later in life Mason won the second of his two Emmys for playing Krusty the clown's father on the Simpsons when I grew up in IBM cloud the respected member of the community life is not the spring promotion over the years some accused Mason of taking its humor too far but he always defended himself saying he's a comedian Julie Walker New York

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"mount sinai" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

06:58 min | 5 months ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"As we saw monday morning applicable. Absolutely so i think the first significant thing that we all can do all should be doing number. One listening to our patients on our patients are the best source of information for our clinical skill set in clinical decision making so a start listening to our patients and really understanding their experience In terms of upskilling. I'm finding more and more that there are many many groups both nationally and internationally Who have spent the past year and now going on your and a half Investing in understanding while coverted so starting with digging into the literature looking at the world physio paper looking at several other of the publications. That have more recently coming out As well as networking is darren had said. This is a really important opportunity for all of us to work together. And so if you are interested in learning more and upscaling by all means don't hesitate to reach out to any of us as well as anyone on that world paper. I'm sure i can speak for our team here at mount sinai. We are more than excited and happy to help any way we can Knowledge is power so the more that we can work together. I think it's really for the best and just want to remind the audience that if you're watching this live or on replay. The link to that paper is available comments below. Jenna thanks so much. We'll bring you back in just a minute up next coming in the studio with me. Jimmy ward and australian clinician scientists. Therapy background currently works at mount sinai hospital with us in the abilities. Research center. james cart research focuses developing low cost technology for people with chronic disease and disability. Jamie coming in the studio jamie. Thanks so much for your time. I jimmy greg. Today hit our jamie. You've got a respiratory background. Let's utilize your expertise. How can respiratory physical therapists. Play a role in the assessment of people with long kkob. Yeah this is a great question Specifically some of the skills response spiritually pace have that relevant to lung coveting played in the assessment of braiding patents determining snia which is also Breathlessness and exercise testing prescription especially in the present so breathlessness and oxygen saturation. However as we've heard with long kobe we need to that. Approach given the risks of symptom exacerbation with traditional forms of assessment and treatment. So for example we can be quite confident that in someone with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease we can elicit breathlessness oxygen saturation during a six minute. Walk test for example and that personal recover relatively quickly after the test and we have a issues later that day or during the following days but we definitely know that the forming these types of exercise tests in people with lung covert can lead to severe worsening of symptoms. So this nice to be taken into account if the person is reporting similar experiences following increases in levels of activity so the brave breaking piper really drives this point throughout the document which is great. the paper also highlights the potential oxygen saturation in a proportion of people. We've long cove at one month after discharge from hospital and this might also occur in smaller percentage of people that had less severe in fictional when hospitalized at a is definitely supports the need for established supervised rehabilitation programs Such as the program generous leading mount sinai ore in situations where this might be available sufficient support from the healthcare institutions to facilitate self-monitoring volkswagen saturation during activity at harming people that we might consider risk should acknowledge that Just fondly on that point that breathlessness and oxygen saturation annoys correlated. And someone that can someone can be breathless for other reasons. While they're oxygen levels a normal and in certain conditions the patient can also dispatched right without noticeable symptoms. So this is why. It's important for regular assessment by clinician with expertise in this area point now. There are subtle differences in causes of shortness of breath. What do we need to notice separate those. This is a really great question. Jimmy and will be relevant to a large number of paper with It's likely that many will never experienced breathlessness before. And so this is a new symptom to come to terms with in life As i touched him. Full breathlessness can be associated with low levels of oxygen. But it's not always the case someone can be breathless and maintain normal levels. Which is why is needs to be explored further to determine the cause and for example in paperweight establish lungs as breathlessness can also be mechanically night shah as the chest. Warwick's hotter to overcome dynamic hyperinflation during activity. So we need a rule out. The other potential causes of why person with loan might be reporting breathlessness to you as a clinician on the holidays would be dysfunctional braiding patents which also covers ventilation hristo during exercise and the other one i would think kobe's vocal cord dysfunction so we have some interest in measuring In total two levels in long cohort and while it can be definitely considered occurred measure given the ability for results to change quickly with saying a patent of slightly lower levels of Which may indicate a component of provincial If dysfunctional breathing is suspected a referral should be my to a pay with expertise in this area or two breath. Wet program such as spices here in the us who will utilize frequently and invite cuco. Dysfunction can be very difficult to spot out to the to but common signs include. Bank breath lists all of a sudden despite limited activity or during exercise. Some strada feeling you ways ing feeling like you've got a sensation tecate clearing your throat or coughing throat and chest tightness and avoid wholesomeness boyko dysfunction. Ken cause debilitating breathlessness. If this is suspected referral should be made to anti or a speech therapist. Taken perform assessments at risk resto during activity to diagnose this site you know in summary breathlessness is prevalent in london. We say commonly and it can have several causes in therefore the symptoms should be explored thoroughly having the most appropriate treatment for each person. Jamie thanks so much. You're beginning to gather a lot of different. Things need to be considered working with this population very important. Which is the reason for this resource. Thanks so much jamie. Ara our final guests today. A medical doctor specializing in physical medicine and rehabilitation. She's also a post doctoral fellow in neuroscience at the abilities research center at mount at hospital and her research focuses are pain and cancer rehabilitation neuro modulation. Let's welcome laura tabakoff laurel welcome to the show. I think for having me jimmy. It's really.

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"mount sinai" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

07:24 min | 5 months ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

"Profession. I up a clinical and academic physiotherapist person living with long covert and founder of long kovic. Physio find that resource on twitter at long cove and physio. Let's welcome. darren. Brown david thank you. For having me darren. Thanks so much the time you were a big part in creating this briefing paper from world physiotherapy first. Congratulations on helping to create such a large comprehensive resource. My first question. Why is this so important to you to the profession of physiotherapy and to our patients simply because at the moment we do not have enough evidence to understand what constitutes sanctioned effective rehabilitation interventions specific to physical activity including exercise all sports. So what we've done is we've introduced an evidence based approach including by direct and indirect evidence about safety considerations when prescribing physical activity inventions. People haven't been hired. Revenge is full case. Thank you recommend nations but alongside burns for he safety recommendations also rationale actions on what he can do. Ingredient won't host cheats safe and effective interventions. But most importantly this has been led by coordinated by people living with and affected by crazy. Sounds great well could clinicians. Do what can clinicians do tactically and find in to take away into the clinic and utilize with their patients today. and tomorrow. your best date is understand. The full keepsake recommendations around Executive action cardiac in hammond exceptional oxygen saturation and also ultimately dysfunction an author software intolerances. We understand those four key. Safety considerations people we scribe physical activity interventions. We'll be able to provide safer regionalization for beat brigham in oakland. Last question for you right now before bringing our next guest. What more does our profession need to do to create greater involvement and meaningful engagement in persons living with infected by long-overdue. That's a really important point. Because obviously the greater involvement of being engagement people will be affected by health conditions in resources to health conditions. Leads to better outlets. So i would say help. Nations can work with the minute. This is a global issue and people that are contracting coronavirus. Come in all shapes and sizes across all aspects of society so they will be patients the his family a new ceo coming so maybe didn't since loss of june the networking and collaboration. The greatest both men are being over possession. Darren thanks so much for the time in creating this. Thanks so much for talking to us today. We're going to bring you back in. Just one moment objects on. The show is a physical therapist at the mount sinai hospital in new york and rehabilitation human performance division as well as the abilities research center. Welcome jennifer tosto mancuso jenner. Welcome to the program match for having me our agenda. We bring in to talk highlights. We're going to have you give us your four biggest takeaways from this briefing paper from world. Physio where do we start. Let's let's go with what is long cove it just a quick overview. How would you explain it excellently. So long. Kobe can be a really broad diagnosis or a broad topic to discuss. And really when we speak of long co bid. we're talking directly about any of the Long term consequences and or symptoms that are residual after an initial covid nineteen infection. And so when we think of long kobe. We're looking at symptom. Development that are within weeks not months after the initial covid nineteen infection and oftentimes those symptoms present a bit differently than the original quoted nineteenth. All right up next big takeaway here. I'm gonna throw three terms at three terms that you just give me the differences. I p first pizza. Sc s and long cove similarities. But not the same similarities. Not exactly the same. And i think as the medical community particularly when we look at the literature These different nomenclatures are going to be important. And it's really helpful. That all of us are on a unified front about the nomenclature. So when we think of p. s. post acute sequila of covert What we're talking about is any and all consequences after an initial nineteen infections so that can include individuals on who had mild or moderate symptoms. Perhaps those who are self managed at home as well as those who were in hospital systems. Potentially those were mechanically ventilated And with more longer term Symptom presentations that we oftentimes would refer to When we look at diagnoses outside of cova something. Picks post intensive care syndrome that p. a. s. c. nomenclature captures all of the above When we talk about p. a. c. s. or packs post acute covid nineteen syndrome That is terminology that is synonymous with long cova. So we're looking on as darren had just chatted about that earlier looking more specifically at some of those cardiovascular autonomic on the teague mediated presentations that are often associated with long covid so hacks and long kovin being synonymous and then pask being a more of an umbrella term. All right thanks for clearing that up. We're gonna go more similarities and differences. The difference was differences between symptom tight traded activity and graded aerobic exercise. Sometimes people use these interchangeably. Give us your your differences between the two absolutely. I think this is a really important detail to to address. And i think the world physio a briefing paper has done a really important job of providing more context and and education for physical therapists are prescribing exercise And when i say exercise i mean that really really lightly and quite differently than its normal context so when we think about post I'm sorry them. Tight traded activity or symptom titrate movement. That is currently the best practice for introduction of rehabilitation for individuals with cove and so what that entails relay taking account of the patient symptom presentation both in clinic as well as response to eighty. Elle's deals functional mobility and starting to titrate activity in response specifically to symptoms. And so this really captures is The need to be prescriptive precise and really really intentional with the exercise quote unquote or as really as more appropriate as the activities for which we prescribed when we look at great exercise being more of the traditional higher intensity Heart rate mediated exercise. prescription Were really at this point. Finding that is far too aggressive For the treatment of individuals with long cove and so the recommendation largely as to think along the lines of more of the symptoms titrate returned activity. Which can really be brought in the way that they're prescribed right our final takeaway from this up briefing paper. If a clinician listening right now what can they do to upskill themselves to help. Treat people living with long coated. What can they do.

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"mount sinai" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

02:30 min | 5 months ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on PT Pintcast - Physical Therapy

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With Outdoor Concert, New York's Lincoln Center Starts Path to Return

1A

00:57 sec | 8 months ago

With Outdoor Concert, New York's Lincoln Center Starts Path to Return

"Lincoln Center, held its first concert in over here on Wednesday. As Jeff Lunden reports. It was the first concert of restart stages, which will fill the art center with outdoor performances and rehearsal spaces it over the coming months After speeches by Mayor Bill de Blasio and others. Members of the New York Philharmonic's brass section played a fanfare. Ah, a small invited audience of first responders sat masked in socially distance pods of two under a grove of trees to hear the short concert. Doctor is male. Nobile of Mount Sinai Hospital who'd been on the front lines of the covert pandemic, said he was grateful to be in the audience that Z such a treat Such incredible treat trombone player Colin Williams of the New York Philharmonic said he was grateful to completely forgotten what it's like to perform to have an audience and to stand up and feel that energy again for

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Woman recovering after rare windpipe transplant from donor

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 8 months ago

Woman recovering after rare windpipe transplant from donor

"A woman in New York has received an unusual transplant Sonea same says she spent the last six years trying to catch every breath every moment after extensive treatment for her severe asthma it's been so long that I didn't think it was the same is breathing freely again doctors at new York's Mount Sinai replaced her trachea the tube that connects air from the mouth to the lungs Dr Eric Gendron says the asthma treatment is what caused all the damage she had the two men for quite some time and it damaged the tracheal airway experts say it's too soon to say if saints transplant was a total success but she thinks it's a success but it's great that I was able to be doctors say this drastic operation could potentially help corona virus patients left with serious wind pipe damage from breathing machines I'm at Donahue

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Man on New York City subway spat at woman, yelled anti-Asian slurs

New Sounds

00:22 sec | 8 months ago

Man on New York City subway spat at woman, yelled anti-Asian slurs

"City Police are asking for the public's help in finding a man wanted for yelling anti Asian slurs at a 44 year old woman and her three Children and spitting at her. Police say he also knocked her cellphone out of her hand as she tried to record the hate crime. Officers say the man fled on West 41st heard after Tuesday's attack. The woman was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital for observation and was in stable condition.

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New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang discharged from hospital

The Other Side of Midnight

00:19 sec | 8 months ago

New York City mayoral candidate Andrew Yang discharged from hospital

"Candidate Andrew Yang, the front runner among Democrats, is out of the hospital after a health scare this morning, a kidney stone that caused enough pain for him to head to the ER. He thank the doctors at Mount Sinai West, who treated him and said he'd be drinking. Ah lot of water today

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First confirmed case of COVID-19 Brazilian Variant in NYC

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

First confirmed case of COVID-19 Brazilian Variant in NYC

"I'm Julie Walker the first confirmed case of the Brazilian variant of covert nineteen has been found in someone in New York City the patient is a Brooklyn resident in their nineties with no travel history the case was identified by scientists at Mount Sinai hospital in New York City according to the governor the Brazilian variant was first detected in the U. S. at the end of January and the CDC reports nearly fifty cases nationwide scientists believe it's more contagious but a recent study from the university of Oxford which has not been peer reviewed found the variant maybe less resistant to the current vaccines than originally thought I'm Julie Walker

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Chicago cop shot Saturday morning, third officer shot this week

Bloomberg Politics, Policy and Power

00:28 sec | 9 months ago

Chicago cop shot Saturday morning, third officer shot this week

"Police officer has been shot the third cop shot in Chicago this week. Dean Mutual has more police postman tweets that the shooting was on the West side Saturday morning. He also has been taken the Mount Sinai Hospital condition unknown. The female officers the third CPD officer shot in less than a week and off duty officer was shot in Cali Human heights on south side on Sunday and on duty Chicago police sergeant was shot in the parking lot of the Grecian District Police station.

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Karaites: Bible Only, Please with Shawn Lichaa

Judaism Unbound

09:31 min | 9 months ago

Karaites: Bible Only, Please with Shawn Lichaa

"Is someone that we've wanted to have on the podcast for a long time. But we're trying to figure out the right place and we realized that we were starting this series on the bible. We thought this is the right place to have a discussion with somebody who is a leading voice within the community. That's a group of jews that basically it doesn't accept one of the key pillars of rabbinic judaism. Which is that at mount sinai when moses was given what we call the torah by god the written torah moses was also given an oral torah at the same time by god and that oral torah was preserved for hundreds and hundreds of years until some period after the destruction of the second temple when it was written down initially as the mishna and then over time in additional ways as what we call the talmud and the carrots represent a group of jews. That didn't believe that there was an oral tradition. Given at mount sinai that was if basically equal magnitude as the written torah in the bible that the written torah their written bible has a much more significant. Or perhaps i should say supreme significance in what we understand judaism to be what we understand god to one of the jews etc. The percentage of jews. That are carrots has waxed and waned over the course of the last two thousand years of jewish history. It was much much bigger in the middle ages. And of course here in america when we talk about the various groups of jews that there are people think about you know the nominations orthodox conservative reform reconstructionist renewal but often. Don't really think about carrots largely. Because it's a small community here in america and our guest today is working to preserve its traditions and make them available for study or consideration more widely. We're really excited to have this conversation today. With lisa who a leading voice in the carrot community he is a board member of the carrot juice of america and founder of the carrot. Press in the a press self-description they say our mission is simple. When kerry literature ceased to be commonly available the jewish world lost a tremendous amount of scholarship exegesis in diversity. Students have jewish theology and history lost access to a rich heritage and carrots themselves. Were no longer. The masters of their own intellectual heritage. The karaoke press aims to change all this and they publish a combination of translations of older care a literature as well as more contemporary ratings. Sean leash himself is the founder of a blue thread a jewish blog with a threat of right throughout and he speaks widely about carrot judaism at venues across america including synagogues jewish the library of congress the association of jewish libraries. And now judaism unbound so sean lee shia welcome to judaism unbounded so great to. Have you excited to be here. We're excited to have this conversation We've been talking about the bible in this series and it's interesting to now move from talking about the bible too. Well what people do with the bible. So i think that some of us have a very unsophisticated understanding of them and some of us have an extremely unsophisticated understanding of other. So i would say that. The thing that i know is basically that i think it's it's worth saying because i think people may say that says strange sounding word that actually in hebrew aramaic like kara means to read so as also a way of talking about the torah. So my understanding is that it's people who really don't believe that the judaism that emerges from the time after the bible is is accurate you know and so really what we should be doing is going back to the bible so now take me more sophisticated than that. There is judaism after the bible. And that judaism is correct. Now the question is like what does is and what does correct me. maybe i'd give you like one nuance to what you said. But it's a massive paradigm shift in what most people think about judaism. There is a written law and there is an oral law. Right so god. According to this form of gave the written torah and oral torah explaining it carrot judaism does not believe that god gave an oral law carried using god gave a written torah. And that's what the carrots follow. Now we also have the entire hebrew bible. That's tanaka and we use that as a source of our laws and understanding difficult times and biblical precedent. But we definitely believe that there is a judaism. Astor the tanakh after the bible closes. And let's talk about what that means every day for everybody. When did this split happen or did it happen. Multiple times between those. Who believe that the that there is an oral and that there isn't so look from a theological perspective right and like we. Carrots would say there was never an oral law and or the people who decided to follow the law broke off away from. What's carrots would say was true and these words very lucy. True historical israelite israelites. Judaism but definitely in the second temple. You see lots of different juice groups in the middle ages. The issa whites the whites anna nights the rights. You're the nights all these different jewish movements in all these different places in all these different times. So yes i think the answer. Your question is that there are many different times where judaism came apart came back together. Came apart came back together. And maybe i should rephrase that instead of saying we're judaism cap came back to but maybe the people who ascribe to judaism have different views at sometimes are more divergence from each other or sometimes came closer to each other so i really want to sit with what you said to start that which is from a care perspective the rabbinate. We haven't used that word yet. But the rabbit nights branched off and followed a new oral law. That had that was not from a care perspective sort of from the divine and i want to sit with that. Because i think there's such a deep way in which even those of us who aren't like orthodox rabbinate jews. We've we've sort of soaked into us that like Judaism of judaism this idea of an oral tradition. You know tomlin that's sort of. There's even for people who don't go to synagogue very much. They might not know what talmud is in deep way but like there's that original document and then there's all these things later that eventually i written but the idea. They're circulating around as oral teachings and they sort of are given the status. That's maybe a slight bit lower than that written doc. Foot and in many ways equal to that original document and sometimes we would even argue as judaism unbound like the newer stuff kind of replaces the torah ways in which there are correctives made from a rabbi perspective in those talmud texts in other texts that sort of change what the torah or other biblical texts are say. This word rabbinate is not a word i had ever heard until i met you but like i i'd love to talk about like there's a term rab night that exists. Wants you back out and say There are other kinds of judaism. If it's almost like we've had conversations with people were like the phrase white jew comes up like if you think all jews are white. It's a silly thing to say. White jews right. It only makes sense. When white jews is a a subsection of broader group of jews similarly the term rabbinate only make sense. When you recognize there are other kinds of jews like carrots. So i'd love to hear from you sean. Like what is it to sort of inhabit a judaism that people don't even know as judaism ism that like is is so fundamentally erased like the terminology that we have is built around. Its own existence when you zoom out and you think judaism and then you kind of say. Oh wait a minute. What's what is rob nights. Era nights jew is somebody who follows the rabbinic tradition so keira heights or are jews. Who follow the curator. Kerr carry tradition In this case. It's a bible based and not tom based tradition juice. Follow the rabbinic tradition. So that includes the entire hebrew bible and all of been literature. Now you've mentioned this question about like never having to think about what it means to be around nights in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy nine and haddassah magazine jewish traveller section a. Rabbi his name is rabbi borrow helmand. He traveled to cairo egypt and he was studying arabic in cairo egypt. Now i'm gonna put a little bit of a notes here in my family comes from the jewish community of cairo. So back to this right. He's he's traveling to cairo. And he's there and he's learning arabic and he is telling his muslim arabic teacher. I cannot come to class on chabad. Because i'm an observant jew. And i won't be the muslim teacher asks in a very comforting friendly voice. Basically what kind of jew are you. Are you a carrot or a rabbi nights and this rabbi tells us. That's the first time you ever had to identify as around nights. And the truth is that unless you are living in egypt and the last century probably no other place in the world where the carrots were prominent enough where somebody would have to say. Are you to revenue.

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Your smartwatch could detect COVID

Talking Tech

02:04 min | 10 months ago

Your smartwatch could detect COVID

"Your apple watch or your fit bit or samsung galaxy. Watch or other wearable device and tracker could eventually signal whether you've been infected with covid nineteen or other illnesses such as the flu. Most of the research studies underway suggests that a few days before a person would test positive for the coronavirus their heart rate or activity level. Changes enough to suggest your about to do so. Now you probably know this most of our listeners. Probably know this but where will just the apple watch and samsung galaxy. Smartwatch fitbit and other devices already collect information such as heart oxygen data as well asleep and activity levels so researchers at mount sinai hospital in new york and at stanford university's healthcare innovation lab. And there's more places like the scripps research translation institute in la hoya california and in the universities like university of washington purdue are all at various stages of research looking into this and fitbit is actually also working with the department of defense. The department of veteran affairs at nasa on covid nineteen detection. So there's a lot of interest here but the findings aren't foolproof. Because could be false positives and things like that. But at stanford eighty one percent of the thirty two patients who became infected with covid nineteen had changes in heart rates. Time spent sleeping and daily steps that they've taken the researchers wrote in a publication. They put out in a journal called nature biomedical engineering now. Most of the covid nineteen patients there about sixty three percent had changes that could have led to early detection before the onset of symptoms. They found researcher. N- probably not ever going to be able to tell you definitively that you will develop covid nineteen based on the variations in your heartbeat. Or how much sleep you got. How much activity level you've had and how that's changed. However if there's a way to give you a heads up to get a test and perhaps quarantine that could potentially prevent the spread of covid nineteen or other illnesses to other people including your family friends and coworkers so this research is ongoing to the studies are looking for more participants. The links are in my story on ticked usa today dot com. And this is a topic. I'm sure we'll be covering in the weeks and months

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2 men injured in overnight shootings in Chicago

Eye on Travel

00:35 sec | 10 months ago

2 men injured in overnight shootings in Chicago

"After two separate overnight shootings. Here's WGN Escape Salgado. The first shooting happened on the South side around 12 20 Saturday morning. 37 year old man was shot in the thigh during an argument with another man on the 5800 block of South Main Street and the Inglewood neighborhood. He's reported to be in good condition, a University of Chicago Medical Center. The second incident occurred on the West Side about 25. Minutes later, a 28 year old man was wounded on the 500 block of South California Avenue in the Lawndale neighborhood when two men approached in a vehicle in an apparent robbery attempt. The victim was shot in the arm when he resisted. He's listening. Fair condition A Mount Sinai hospital. No one is in custody and I have a shooting. His police investigate gave

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Moderna Wants to Increase the Number of Covid-19 Vaccine Doses in Each Vial

WBZ Morning News

00:23 sec | 10 months ago

Moderna Wants to Increase the Number of Covid-19 Vaccine Doses in Each Vial

"Moderna says it might be able to ease a covert vaccine crunch by adding doses to already existing vials. The company is trying to produce a million doses. A day and do research from scientists at Mount Sinai Hospital show One Corona virus vaccine may be enough to do the trick, especially for those who previously were infected. With the virus. Well, this

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Apple Watch Can Detect COVID-19 A Week Before Symptoms Begin Showing Up

Daily Tech News Show

00:37 sec | 11 months ago

Apple Watch Can Detect COVID-19 A Week Before Symptoms Begin Showing Up

"Researchers at mount sinai health system in new york and stanford university in california have found a way to predict if users of apple garment and fitbit watches have covid nineteen before the viruses detectable in tests. The mount sinai study analyzed apple watch wears for heart rate variability which is a known marker of inflammation people infected with cove in nineteen experience lower heart rate variability stanford monitored whereas if apple garment amphibian devices and found that eighty one percent of corona virus positive patients experience changes in their resting heart rate for up to nine and a half days prior to the onset of symptoms the researchers could predict infection into third of those infected

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15-year-old girl critically injured in Chicago shooting

WGN Programming

00:30 sec | 11 months ago

15-year-old girl critically injured in Chicago shooting

"An investigation continues this afternoon after a 15 year old girl was critically wounded in a shooting last night. It happened in the North Lawndale neighborhood. Police say the team is sitting in the passenger seat of a parked car. In the 3400 black of West 21st Street just before 10 P.m. and she heard gunshots. The team was strike three times in the chest. Once in the back, the girl transported a Mount Sinai hospital in critical condition. No one is in custody.

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"mount sinai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:50 min | 11 months ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"State capital, an ornate lobby with murals memorialize ng New York's military battles, He says the number one priority in 2021 is fighting and defeating a disease that has sickened over a million New Yorkers and killed over 39,000 room is fitting. Because we are at war, a war that began early last year when we were ambushed by the covert virus. And a war that continues today. Cuomo says he will also focus on turning around what he says is a short term economic crisis caused by pandemic related shutdowns and planning for an economic resurgence. The governor says he's also focusing on getting the limited supply of vaccines out faster. So far, the rollout has been uneven. Registration for New Yorkers over the age of 75, who were included in the next group eligible for the vaccine began at 8 A.m. Monday, but some providers listed on the state Health Departments website said they were not going to be giving out vaccines and other links. Our phone numbers were dead ends. The governor says he's working with Cornell University and North well health to form what he calls a new public Health corps to help speed up vaccinations. We will hire 1000 health core fellows who agree to serve for one year, Cuomo blames the federal government for not getting enough vaccines to the state more quickly. The governor also continued his call for Washington to deliver a bailout package for states hard hit by the pandemic. Cuomo said he's been more hopeful that President elect Joe Biden once he's inaugurated, and the newly Democratic led Congress will provide aid to help New York close. It's $15 billion deficit. The governor says If federal help doesn't come before the state budget is due in April, he'll have to take extraordinary and negative measures, including cutting school aid by 20% and making deep health cuts in the midst of a pandemic. And he continues to warn that proposals by many Democratic lawmakers to raise income taxes on the wealthy won't bring in enough to close the gap if we raise taxes. To the highest income tax rate in the nation on all income over $1 million billionaires, Multi millionaires millionaires any income over $1 million We would only raise 1.5 billion. Democratic Senate leader Andrea Start cousin says she believes that, given the state's growing income inequality and its impacts, it's necessary to change New York's tax structure. She also says the governor's estimate that $1.5 billion could be raised from the wealthiest too low and then a more comprehensive restructuring of the state's system could yield more revenue. We're more than willing to look at taxing millionaires and billionaires, because again we need to rebuild our economy, we can't just Wait for Washington. I don't know what they're going to do. Senate Republican Minority Leader Robert Ort says he found a lot to agree within the Democratic governor speech, including proposals to expand broadband to underserved areas, and he says he concurs with the governor's reluctance to impose new taxes on the wealthy. This has the potential at a critical time for our economy. When you want people investing here. You want people coming to New York? You want these folks hiring folks. There's a potential this could have the reverse effect. Cuomo announced earlier that he will propose legalizing the adult recreational use of marijuana in the state budget and idea long supported by Democrats in the Legislature or is not ruling out Republican support of the proposal. But he and other GOP senators will need to see the details first. The governor is expected to deliver three more speeches this week, laying out more of his plans for the year. In Albany. I'm caring too wet. Support for W. N. Y. C comes from the Mount Sinai Hospital voted to Newsweek's world's best specialized hospitals. 2021. They.

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15 shot, 3 dead after violent weekend in Chicago

Bob Sirott

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

15 shot, 3 dead after violent weekend in Chicago

"We have an update from WGN's Ryan Burrow. Chicago Police are reporting 15 shooting victims from Friday through Sunday, with three of those victims dying among the dead a 37 year old. Fatally shot while leaving a home in the 4600 Block of South Wall Bash early Sunday morning. Saturday night. A 24 year old man was shot several times in a vacant lot in the 1500 block of South Sawyer. He later died at Mount Sinai Hospital. In both cases, the victims were known to police. No arrests have been made in either of the shootings. Right, bro. WGN NEWS Chicago hospitals get ready to

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"mount sinai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And that's a Bloomberg business. Flash Tom and Paul Karin. Thanks so much. We made a commitment that Bloomberg surveillance to speak the experts on this pandemic long ago and far away. Think March. My first conversation was with an esteemed radiologist at Mount Sinai this morning, these many months on a conversation with Dr David Rich, he's president of the Mount Sinai Hospital. Radiologist of Mount Sinai, who long ago and far away actually bought radiological images, snapshots of the lungs of Wuhan. That was our first important interview on this pandemic. Today. David Rich joins US president of Mount Sinai Hospital on Mount Sinai, Queens, David I looked down 101st Street and I count the ambulance is it's not as bad as it was in April. It's not as bad as it what is in May, and yet we're hearing about increasing troubles. Give us a snapshot of Mount Sinai this Friday morning this Friday morning and really, for the past 30 days, Mount Sinai Hospital has about 50 patients with active covert infection. That is significantly last. At the peak of the crisis. There were 770, including patients in the tents across the street, so it is a markedly less severe surge than what we saw in the first wave. Then why are we closing schools? Why are we seeing hospitals in North Dakota in Utah and Idaho? So challenges that just a new pandemic of geography or is there something different this time? This time we see what's coming at us. We have testing in the region. It's certainly not as good as it needs to be in the long term. But we can see the positivity rates that we didn't know. Back in February and March. What was coming towards us. There was no capacity and then we were overwhelmed. This time. We can see the increased coming at us and take proactive public health measures in advance of effective vaccines. In order to control the spread so that we don't see the incredible amount of death and excess death outside of covert that we saw during March April and May, Dr Rich Good morning from London. Is it a different type of population that's being affected this time is this. Why You know, fewer people are ending up in hospital, Or is it because of the viral load that we're seeing? Well, there's certain things that are different about this second wave. Just looking at it From our perspective for impatience. We see that they're slightly younger, implying that we're doing a better job of protecting our elders. We see a slightly decreased length of stay and we're very happy that the mortality rate came down from 20% in the first wave to 5.1% in the second wave, while still a very deadly disease. This does give some hope that something that we're doing something in terms of therapeutics or better management of oxygen levels. Is improving the outcome of patients but still not a disease to take lightly at all. The World Health Organization has ruled using anti viral from desert here as a treatment has ruled against using that does appear as a treatment of covered 19. What treatments are available right now that you are using We'll rendez severe. It does have some data that are contradictory. But in the early phase of inpatient care, rendez, severe and in patients not yet showing their own antibody response. Convalescent plasma are tools that we're using. And then as the disease progresses, and we see more involvement, The use of glucocorticoids coming, You know, steroids, sections, decks and methods own and drugs that thin the blood or prevent clotting have been very effective for us in preventing some of the complications that we saw in the first wave. Did you, Richard? You 36 years at Mount Sinai in doing the hard work of Venice's ology, you have seen bed to bed. What people do I want you to speak to our audience worldwide about the emotion of the CDC yesterday. Basically, cancel Thanksgiving or what we're seeing in London about cancel Christmas. How does a pro like you observe the political maelstrom of this pandemic? It's very hard for many of us to see that science is not being taken in the proper regard. Throughout the really throughout the United States. I can't speak as much to the rest of the world. But it's AH problem when we don't have universal acceptance by public health officials and by governments. That we must mask me much socially distance. That Thanksgiving holiday is in many ways. The worst of possible situations for spread of this inspire is because having large groups of people indoor sharing a meal is probably the most effective way of running. Is there for something we must We must avoid. Even rich Mount Sinai throat. He could take generous time with us today. Of course, is 35 Think it's 34. Maybe 36 gives me 36 years at Mount Sinai truly committed to that institution, Paul, we talked about streaming and all this other stuff going on. I happen to be watching the chest thing right now. John. Paul, do you realize you're speaking to the worst chess player on the planet? Is that right? I've never won a game. I played that bill The other day. 12 moves gone hours killed me, Paul. How's cable TV doing? I mean, forget about all the The new stuff. I mean, you know how's traditional cable TV doing? Not good. You heard that term court cutting will court cutting is actually accelerating here used to be maybe one or 2% per year of lost subscribers. Try 6789 10%. Churn of consumers of subscribers. So it's it's bad. So when you listen to a conference call for Comcast or charter or any one of these companies, they don't even talk about their video business until way deep into the conference call. It's all about broadband, hooking you up to the Internet with faster and faster speeds. That's actually a great business for them. It's growing. It's much more profitable than the core video business, so they basically just comparing over monopoly. That's what every listener wants to know. It's you know, it's It's pretty competitive cause you have in every market. You have at least one cell phone company, one cable company, Your boy for Fuck's. Sweetie doesn't know what he's talking about Monopoly Paul It's a It's a very efficient duopoly from there because they can raise prices and they are raising prices as we see every month on our broadband. But the only doing that's going on in the duopoly is I'm writing a check every month, right? I got to admit, full this time. It doesn't matter what the names are my Internet service, Paul. It's stunning. How stable it is. Yeah. Just truly amazing features. Negative five down Futures. Negative. 47. It's a Friday. We're giving you good conversation on these issues at hand. Stay with us. This is Bluebird radio..

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Study uncovers subset of COVID-19 patients who recover quickly and sustain antibodies

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

01:11 min | 1 year ago

Study uncovers subset of COVID-19 patients who recover quickly and sustain antibodies

"Of people have recovered from Cove in 19, Unfortunately, a new study finds many could still be sick and not know it. I'm Marilyn Hider with today's Corona virus. Update. Researchers in Italy say nearly 17% of patients who have fully recovered from a covert 19 infection. Still test positive for the virus and follow up doctor's visits. They did a large study with recovering patients and researchers say Our findings indicate a noteworthy rate of recovered patients with covert 19. Could still be asymptomatic. The study appears in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. As more people are diagnosed with covert 19. The question of how long immunity last is increasingly important. That would help patients know whether they could get reinfected and potentially help doctors to better understand what type of protection we can expect from vaccines. Well. Previous research found levels of antibodies and recovered patients started to wane in about three months from when those patients first experience symptoms. But in a study published in science this week, researchers from Mount Sinai report anybody's May last a CZ long as five months or more, Researchers say people who have recovered from infection should still take precautions. And

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Sisters, 18 and 21, attacked Chicago store security guard, stabbing him 27 times after they refused to wear face masks

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:22 min | 1 year ago

Sisters, 18 and 21, attacked Chicago store security guard, stabbing him 27 times after they refused to wear face masks

"To Chicago Sisters accused of stabbing a store security guard twenty-seven time God after he asked them to wear a mask. Two sisters were charged with first degree attempted murder on Tuesday after they allegedly stabbed a security guard twenty seven times just said no you, right. After he asked to women to wear a mask and use the store provided hand sanitizer police say he's talk about an overreaction and. It's one overreaction to another over-reaction ultimately that's true. Yeah. But this is generally why businesses are told. You don't don't push people on this because people are freaking crazy clearly a Chicago Police Department spokesperson told NBC News that Jessica Hill and her sister J la initially got into a verbal altercation with the guard at a shoe store in Chicago after they refused to wear a mask the late Sunday afternoon incident turned physical get him between women and their shoes. You're. Not Wrong. When one of the sisters allegedly pulled out a knife and stabbed guard multiple times. Back Neck and arms police say oh man. Chicago police said that the thirty two year old victim was hospitalized at Mount Sinai Hospital in critical condition while the sisters were arrested and treated at a hospital nearby for minor injuries. According to police the women were in good condition and later boat at Cook County jail. And a bond hearing. Soak it. Circuit Court of Cook County. That is a lot of sees judge Mary. Maruko charged women with first degree attempted murder and order them to be held without bond. I don't know if it's first degree but. It's pretty outrageous. First degree premeditated. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. This doesn't sound like it was premeditated. For the moment second degree, the sisters a court appointed attorney could not be immediately reached for comment. But the Chicago Tribune reported that the defense lawyer argued that they were acting in self defense and that they have bipolar disorder, they have some kind of disorder for sure if someone asks you to put on a mask or something, you don't you don't whip out a knife stabbed twenty seven times that's mental illness. The defense attorney added that the pair had not intended to commit a crime nor that they have co a criminal record but the judge said the sheer numbers of stab wounds. Let's Concern Inc the Chicago, Sun? Times reported.

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"mount sinai" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on AP News

"The celebration at Mount Sinai hospital south Nassau New York Dr R. D. Sharma says they're celebrating the release of a woman who is the six hundred patients to go home after recovering from conceding nineteen but it's been ravaging the community and the missing a lot of debts so it's good to hear the positive side too is a lot of people are going home impacted their lives the bulk of the U. S. cases are in New York City we hit the high points were on the way down while Louisiana officials say they're experiencing a higher fatality rate than expected in Canada police say a fight with his girlfriend is what sparked a killing rampage that left twenty two people dead throughout Nova Scotia there's been a helicopter crashed near mesa Arizona one person was killed stocks gained in Friday trading with optimism over the nation's businesses starting to re open this is ABC news the food and drug administration's warning doctors not to prescribe an anti malaria drug promoted by the president to patients with covert nineteen the president's repeatedly hailed hydroxy chloride queen as a game changer offering patient testimonials that the drugs saves lives and encouraging those with the virus to try it they should do what really do we have to lose but the food and drug administration citing reports of death and a life threatening side effects including heart rhythm problems severely low blood pressure and a muscle or nerve damage Sager made Ghani Washington in Long Island hockey fan and blue line deli owner Ron rosters feeding breakfast to first responders and medical workers pretty much sleeping in the hospital just to you know keep people okay and it you know we just wanted to do our part in that which is you know feed them it's part of a fundraiser organized by yes men sports outfitters I'm Jackie Quinn APNews thank you for listening.

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"mount sinai" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on AP News

"The celebration at Mount Sinai hospital south Nassau in New York Dr R. D. Sharma says they're celebrating the release of all hi Jackie Quinn president trump is responding to criticism he's received for wondering aloud yesterday about using some type of disinfecting process inside cobit nineteen patients I was asking to start quickly casting a very sarcastic question to the reporters in the room about disinfectant on the inside but it does kill it and would kill it on the hands and that would make things much better that was done in the form of a sarcastic question to the reporters the maker of Lysol came out with a public statement it would be dangerous to ingest its products or use them on a human body president trump says he's excited states are getting ready to reopen although he's criticized Georgia for moving too soon in opening hair salons and gyms today health officials say testing is the key the health group Kobe tracking project says fewer than five million Americans have been swabbed are my grass it has the White House response president trump called on FDA commissioner Dr Steven Hahn to tout the speed with which tests have been developed for Colby in nineteen this is happened in weeks and months Tom was asked about a congressional report that some anti body tests making it to market haven't been approved by the FDA the package insert they have to let people know end users labs X. cetera that those tests were not authorized by FDA the president didn't allow Hong to answer any more questions it ended the briefing after just twenty two minutes Mike Rossio Washington a top navy officers recommending the reinstatement of the aircraft carrier captain who was fired for sending a plea for help to protect his crew from a corona virus outbreak another navy war ship has an outbreak the USS Kidd is coming back to port Texas authorities are accusing a large egg producer approached price gouging during the corona virus pandemic cal Maine foods raised prices by three hundred percent Wall Street today the Dow gained two hundred sixty points this is ABC news the corona virus pandemic is devastated the nation's economy but a poll shows a majority of Americans feel positive about their personal finances the numbers are grim more than twenty six million people have lost their jobs the past five weeks in a P. N. O. R. C. center for public affairs research poll about a quarter of American adults say it's happened to somebody in their household roughly half say their households are earning less money but the vast majority expect the loss of jobs will come back once the crisis passes some seventy eight percent some of the optimism is due to Congress passing relief packages still the country split on whether the economy will rebound over the next year forty five percent expected to improve Sager mag ani Washington in eastern Congo an ambush near the renowned around the park is killed twelve Rangers who guards some of the last remaining mountain gorillas in the wild five others were killed hi Jackie Quinn APNews coronavirus update hi Jackie Quinn with an AP news minute president trump signed a massive relief package half a trillion dollars to help businesses and hospitals deal with the pandemic house speaker Nancy Pelosi says the next bill has to help the states quite shaken by the fact that we have passed the fifty thousand number of people who have died from the flu and the virus mark one out of every four American adults as somebody in their households lost a job to the corona virus pandemic but the vast majority expect those former jobs will come back in Georgia jams and hair salons reopened today Mike Martino says he was thinking of his workers their families their children they have bills to pay their mortgages they have car payments but the Kobe tracking project says testing is lagging in the United States just under four point seven million people have been tested in a country of three hundred thirty million stocks closed higher today hi Jackie Quinn thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that you associated press produces news related books here's what's new and upcoming first Pat presidential dogs cats and other critters deadly force fatal confrontations with the Hubble telescope a universe of new discoveries and many.

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"mount sinai" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:52 min | 1 year ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Here at Mount Sinai sound that's all went from one hundred to two hundred twenty in just the last few days hospital workers say they are being stretched to the limit in terms of ventilators respiratory nurses and those who know how to work the vents and all of the equipment that personal protection equipment notice PPVs is definitely in need of fox's Laura Ingle a Canadian company says it plans to begin construction of the disputed keystone XL oil pipeline through the U. S. Midwest in April this after lining up customers and money for the proposal which is bitterly opposed by environmentalists a court hearing in a permit dispute is set for April sixteenth before a federal judge in Montana who has previously opposed to the project the use of facial recognition software now heavily restricted in one state Washington state governor Jay Inslee signs a new law that curbs the use of facial recognition technology it requires government agencies to obtain a warrant to run such scans in the hopes of identifying a suspect but there are loopholes such as an emergency the software would also be subject to independent testing to look for possible racial or other biases some civil rights activists say the law does not go far enough cities like San Francisco and Oakland have banned the tack over concerns people of color would be disproportionately arrested supporters say more facial recognition tech is needed to help bring down crime Tom Graham fox news free Tuesday the Dow dropping four hundred ten points nasdaq down seventy four the S. and P. five hundred closing forty two points lower I'm Leon Avon co creator of the hit podcast slow burn I'm here to tell you about a new podcast I'm working on it's called five before we're trying to show that the Supreme Court is not a political the justices have agendas just because they wear robes doesn't make them always right there's just this idea that has a.

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"mount sinai" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Here's another fenced off area in front of the mountain is a match for where the golden calf worship plan on. Specifically, the stand at the golden calf would have gone on the altar in front of it, you go to this structure, and you can see inscriptions of people worshipping bulls at this location. And you can see just how Moses if he climbed this mountain because he's coming down the mountain. He could actually see this Ulta place, right right came down. I mean, just total line of sight. And it's amazing right at the top. You actually see a warrant downs circular spot. Where maybe the golden calf was smashed the locals the will actually accuse you of trying to find gold. That's how they're like. Oh, yeah. We know about the baby cow. They call it the golden in gold storage people coming to look for the baby the goal. Old baby cow, right? And also the goal that was confiscated from the Israelites after all that happened. And then the next thing is according to the bible, right? The foot of Mount Sinai near a stream Moses told to set up an altar of uncut stone with no steps you go to the foot of this mountain, and you can see where there used to be a river flowing down right next to a match for an ancient altar of uncut stone. No steps and even the Saudi government has actually said that you excavate a little bit in this area. You'll see the remains of animal waste and ask. I mean, it was a place where burnt sacrifices. God also told Moses next to this altar at the foot of the mountain set of twelve pillars represent the twelve tribes of Israel. We did find twelve but we found like nine or ten of them right next to this thing is all of this coincidence. So at what point did you go? Okay. This is a little bit more than just an accident. Actually, almost as soon as I got there in a bunch of things went wrong. And I thought I was going to be deported or arrested and things just kept going right for me and meeting the right people and coming up and getting access to all this evidence. Was it was just remarkable. I actually even brought my mother there on my third trip. So so the whole thing to me that trip itself in addition to what I saw there was just a bit of miracle. You said the everything went, right, but video there's a moment ally. Standard. Okay. You jump in a cop because what people start shooting, right? That's near the split rock where we found actually proto Hebrew inscriptions. According to this. You pot actually found ancient proto breaks griddles on the rock right of a sandal feet. Sandals. Explain that. Well, that's like a tribal sign to say that this is occupied. But think of the verse where gob as says to the Israelites wherever the your lays down on the ground that will be yours. Not not saying permanently like conquer Saudi Arabia of troubles is they hate this land is occupied and there's other references. According to some translations to Galway. And different things is clearly proto Hebrew. According to experts, I interviewed. But yes, the the locals near split rock one person was unhappy with me being there. And I don't know he's trying to actually shoot me the gun went off, and I left, but the camera rolling probably a wise move, probably a wise move in the last minute. We have in this section this segment. What is the Saudi government's attitude to this site right now and access to it by westerns, very hostile? There's really two reactions in some cases, they'll deny that this is related to Moses. But then we know through our own sources that they're Saudi officials going to some of these places and openly saying, oh, yeah. This is it this is outside. I and and the Saudis actually say there's a there's a well in northwestern Saudi Arabia. And this is kind of publicly known that they believe is where Moses met the daughters of Jeff throw. There's an ancient history tradition going back centuries related to that. So they'll openly say Moses was here. But then for this Pacific mountain is that Mount Sinai. Then you'll get different answers. So what's the tension?.

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"mount sinai" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"But in any event, he studied the bible hill. People thought at times he discovered that the system Representative government in the history of the world was ancient Israel. Moses came out of Egypt. Pena nothing about Representative government. He was trained under the pharaoh for forty years. And you'll see the study was being prepared to be the next payroll. And be a man with power over the life and death of all he gets to the base of Mount Sinai and his father in law. Jasper says son. How does not good that will wear out by self? And all this people will go in peace. Does work all day trying to judge the people solve their problems to God. No lunch, Admiral supper, he fell into bed. I will tell you how to do it. I'll tell you how to organize the people that he turned up from a one man government until Moses brags in the first chapter Deuteronomy that they set up their judges over fifty hundreds of thousands and ended up with seventy five thousand rumors over the people all of them elected over their respective branches. This is proud of the fact that it works. So well, he talks about it. Cetera founding fathers made that discovery I don't know how many thousands of scholars read that material and didn't get it didn't pick it up. Isn't.

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"mount sinai" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

03:04 min | 3 years ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Committee called the cover could be. And it was a very funny thing that nobody really got ever could be means the holy brotherhood. And there's one from one for women, and they take care of the body. And say prayers all day and night. Now, they used to use pepper could be the mall. Mafia because holy desert anyway. So we don't know what has a news. We know. You're so is eternal you're so. Was at Mount Sinai. Every soul was always it didn't start and stop in the middle. And then you get reincarnated we believe in reincarnation, but only to another person and there as far as hell there's something in the bible. Which means it's very general. It means a bad place. Let's say, but we don't believe the Christian belief that it's a place you go and the devil the tail and horns, no. And the Christian beliefs that you go somewhere, they believe that as the body, and you're gonna see your relatives or who already died. You. So only your soul is eternal about your body. And so the idea that there's a place that you go it's hard to imagine. Because a soul. Spiritual. Not. Clinic. And so there's room for everybody. So. Since it doesn't make this physically for this is actually I have to break here. This is actually very helpful. If you want to pick up on what you saying you to give me a call eight seven seven nine seven zero two nine nine nine. This is Frank Marino. More wet and wisdom in just a moment with Moreno AM nine seventy. The. Hey, I see on the line. We have a caller named Fred in Brooklyn that just happens to be the name of the co owner of Michael's of Brooklyn Michaels in Brooklyn is my favorite restaurant in Brooklyn, maybe my favorite restaurant, period, certainly my favorite Italian restaurant. It is out of this world. And if you ever try the sauce in the grocery store with the Michaels of Brooklyn label, you can see what the Michaels of Brooklyn label is a guarantee or of excellence. It's absolutely phenomenal. I can't recommend strongly enough that you take a trip over avenue. Our notion avenue go to the restaurant it you'll have a great time. You'll meet the staff there, my favorite waiters Endo. Some other people have other favorite waiters, but Johnny is great. The co owners Fred his wife Marianne, Michael was their son, John is Fred's brother, and they treat this restaurant as if you're going over there for family dinner on a Sunday. And that's exactly the kind of place that it is the only thing better than the food is the atmosphere. The only thing better than the atmosphere is the service go online, check out the menu and ordered.

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"mount sinai" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"So if indeed if you do the math in reverse if indeed you excavate this site. And it is confirmed that this is Mount Sinai. And there are clear overt semitic. Proto Hebrew as Ryan put symbols throughout replete through the excavation. Then the question of what occurred at mount Mariah is settled. There isn't a room for an alternative the Islamic narrative collapses, frankly, there's no room for an alternative theory. Now, similar say. And this is I would say to me fire. You Steve you're always the one arguing philosophically for one side's assertion to be true. So must than the opposite of it. So if we go there, and we find bedouin markings does that collapse the Judeo Christian narrative, it doesn't collapse. It I agree. It would not be ideal. I think we would all agree. It would not be ideal for today. Oh, Christian narrative, if this were to be confirmed through excavate the side of Mount Sinai for there to be bedouin symbolic and markings and not civic or Hebrew. I think we would agree on that right to be fair K. But here's the problem with saying while they would not be a boost to that narrative. I don't believe it's even a mortal wound to it why. Because you then still have to do the math to explain. Where does the hist? Why have the Jews been in that land and lived there on and off for thousands of years now? Why? Meaning their narrative still has a historical claim they have still Moses never I'm sorry. Muhammad never visited the holy land physically went there in a dream. If you read the Koran he never said foot there. Where do the Jews have claim to that land historical that we can that we have historical evidence and ties to I've mentioned arche- archeology is uncovered references to king, David, for example. So the juice still have claim to that land. Where did that claim come from them? Because the point of the exodus was to lead them wear. Promised land to the promised land. So while I agree. It would not be optimal for the Judeo Christian narrative for that site to be affirmed as the as the mount of Moses and then for it to be bedouin in nature. It still doesn't doesn't really dent at all where the historical claim of the Jews to the promise land comes from. You see what I'm trying to say. Whereas in my view, the entire Islam. Ick narrative collapses. In the heart of Saudi Arabia. Muhammed's home nation. In the heart of Saudi Arabia. This is confirmed as Mount Sinai and everything there of historical significance in the confirmation is of semitic origin. There's only one explanation for that. There would be no other explanation. There's a reason maybe why it's twenty nineteen and we're just now hearing about this. Maybe is this gambit. Yeah. To me. It's it's a it's a risky gambit. It carries some risk for Judeo Christian narrative. It's the if you wanna use a poker term, it is the degree all in moment for the Muslim narrative. The Muslim narrative either is sustained or collapses if that site is Mount Sinai. I don't I don't see an in between the did you Christian errative still could fall back on. Okay. Then you still have to explain to me where the Jewish claim of the holy land. Historically, how did they get there? Then. Yeah. You still have to answer that and know the people that the Israelis are arguing about whereas the capital of of Israel how much of the West Bank is this occupied territory. Those Palestinians are not descended from the seven tribes of Canaan that the Israelites removed and replaced those tribes were eliminated and or married and melded into the Jewish people. The Palestinians are when when new Gingrich got in trouble for saying they're made up people..

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"mount sinai" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

04:43 min | 3 years ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"I think I'd highly recommend it, regardless of your views. But let's let's game theory this out a little bit. Let's let's say the Saudis allow full excavation of this site the way the Israelis pretty much abnd the last few decades of a lot of the the the claimed places of significance in the holy land. And and let's say the Saudis allow full excavation of this site. And he said, they did some just entry level excavation of the sites while he was there, and he saw examples of proto how he described it proto Hebrew, meaning the symbols and foundations of language that would later on become identified as Hebrew. All right because and he said this in response if you weren't listening last hour, go back and listen to this conversation. In fact, you fact, here's what you might wanna do if you're listening to this on the podcast right now. And you haven't listened to that conversation, you skipped over with Ryan Morrow, you might want to go back and listen to that conversation with Ryan and then come back to this part of the broadcast. So they'll make more sense. But in response to the question, I asked Ryan of what would be the geopolitical ramifications of an excavation that found semitic symbols and writings, meaning things of Jewish origin. Okay. Compared to bedouin or Arabian, which are the the original tribal names of a lot of people's from that inhabited of that period that that area in that period of time if we found semitic symbols symbolically and writings compared to bedouin once what would be the geo political ramifications of that. Well, everything. Is a short answer because we're having we're having this debate. The Muslim world does not debate Moses or the ten commandments. It doesn't abate any of that it debates that the Jews are the people of the promise. That is area to put it to make it as simple as I can. So we 'cause I this is not really the time or place to do a true. This would take an entire theology course to teach by somebody more qualified than me. So as a learning Lehman, which is what I am. I'm not yellow Jemma learning Lehman meeting regular guy. That's studied a lot of this and can carry a basic informed conversation. But I am not. I'm not sure I'm not your Spurgeon here. Okay. So as a learning Lehman, let me try to make this in connect the dots as simple as possible. The core of the debate. Is that father Abraham took took Ishmail the son that he had with Hager, the took Ishmail up to mount Maria, which is which is the ancient name of what we call today the Temple Mount that he took Ishmail up to mount Mariah. And it was there that God tested his faith. And the Judeo Christian narrative in history of the bible is that Abraham took Isaac. The sun that he had through Sarah. That was the son of promise he took Isaac up to the mountain. That's the debate. Right. That right. That's and that's really where this now detours. Now, Ryan said something interesting in response when I asked him what would be the what would be the Muslim world's response. Did you guys catch this part? I asked him what would be the Muslim world's response. To semitic symbolically and writings at the excavation of this. If it was a deed confirmed this was Mount Sinai. And he said, well, they would just argue that you know, they came out of these people as well. It's not that simple can make that argument. Here's in my view. You can't make that argument. Here's why To to me. me. I think this is an either or proposition. I I think it's zero sum game here. Here's why because Abraham predates Moses. By significant amount of time, actually. Abraham was called out of out of a region called of the Chow days. Where is that Iraq Iraq modern day rock he is called out of that region? Okay. So it's not as simple to say. Well, our lineages are similar why because the paths diverge at mount Mariah. Whether Abraham took Ishmail or Isaac up to that mountain is a question that predates where is Moses mountain..

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"mount sinai" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"And so it's up to us the good guys to tell the truth about it and shape the narrative before they do less than a minute. How can folks watch this video for themselves? Ryan Moro go to YouTube and just type in finding the mountain of Moses and the website for updates, including our fundraising efforts to engage the Saudis about this is Sinai in Arabia dot com. Good stuff. Ryan. We'll have you back soon talks and foreign policy. Okay. Take care. Quick reaction modern day, Indiana Jones. It's good stuff. It excites me makes me wanna go over the. The semitic markings of artifacts as opposed to Arabian or bedouin. That's you that is a yo- to me. That's your that's your headline right there. And even if and here's the other question, even if this isn't the original Mount Sinai, then where did those come from? Then. Area and that part of the world where they would be the other source for them then right to add. We don't have time to consider this kind of stuff because you know, the global warming and and transgenders and it's got pressing concerns. Your brother? Yes. We can't consider things that actually have happened three thousand years ago that we're still arguing and killing each over about right now because we don't know what the weather the temperature on earth will be ten thousand years from now, you're you're saying bingo has a name. Oh, yeah. Yeah. You know, what I wanted? I want to go further into why I think this has geopolitical ramifications when we come back. It is the allergy Thursday, we will get to today's truth bomb. We'll get to our study through Colossians as well. But that's a dangling participle. We can't just literally literally we gotta discuss that. I will do that. We come back our to live and on demand on the blaze coming your way. Stay tuned..

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"mount sinai" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"mount sinai" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"The name Ryan Morrow will be familiar to you because he is one of our Goto guys when it comes to issues involving foreign policy and national security, and depending on how much time we have we may get to some of that in this conversation. But the primary reason we have Ryan with us today is he's got a new movie out that it's on YouTube right now, I had the opportunity to check it out while we were on Christmas break, and it makes a pretty compelling case for the mountain of Moses the real Mount Sinai to have been located in Saudi Arabia, and he's with us here. Now happy new year. Ryan, how are you brother doing very well happy new year? So before we get to the evidence for your case. I'm always interested in. Why people do what they do. Right. You know, from a Christian worldview motive matters the most in a why we do what we do. Choose this day, whom you will serve etc. Right. So why why interrupt all the important work? You do year round there at the clarion project. Why take this detour to do a deep dive into the intersection of history and theology why? While I wasn't always a person of faith. And so shortly after I became one when I just becoming a teenager. I ran into this problem, which is at I'm very cynical. I need a lot of evidence to believe in something sometimes absurd amount of evidence on the end. Basically, there is accident consensus that still persists that the exodus story is not true is at least ninety nine percent made up the rest is exaggerated and that bothered me. And I became aware of this theory that the reason we weren't finding this evidence is because we were looking in the wrong spot. Specifically, we should be looking in Saudi Arabia for the mountain of Moses Mount Sinai and evidence of the exodus of but those that went over there were getting arrested detained sometimes for over seventy days and their evidence was being confiscated. So you only had some greenie of pictures and videos that for someone like me wasn't that convincing. But the something inside of me that even though I knew about this just my mind on it, even though it wasn't fully convinced, and it was my dream to go and see if this stuff was actually there as dramatic as people said it was and honestly it was just a miracle that happened. I didn't put together a plan to go. Just something came my way. And I got to be one of only a handful of people to ever go and set foot in these places. I didn't even wanna make a film, but the footage that I got and the process of me trying to explain the significance of it. Just required a film until it just kinda happened on its own. So some background because we are living in an increasingly secular age for folks that may be heard the term the exodus, and yet don't know what it means never saw Cecil b mills Charlton Heston classic the ten commandments from yesteryear. For example, the exodus is the path that Moses leads the Israelites on to escape slavery or flee slavery in Egypt to eventual. Early leave bondage behind and live in covet in communion with God as their king in the land of milk. And Honey, the promised land the land of Israel, right? This is so this is the journey that both the physical and spiritual journey that he leads them on this exodus from spiritual and real world bondage into spiritual and real world freedom. That's the story of the exodus and one of the primary locales in that journey is Mount Sinai where Moses went to the top of the mountain and received..

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