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Teenagers (MM #4057)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Teenagers (MM #4057)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I have no experts since I don't have kids, but they've always said teenagers become these strange animals that disconnect from their parents. Most people go through that period in their teens where they no longer want to connect with their parents. They don't like their parents and their parents don't like them. Well, of course, researchers in England find it's true. It's actually chemically driven. Teenage brains don't register their mother's voice the way they did prior to age 13. There's something in the chemicals in our body that changes. So basically we're very comfortable with our mother's voice as a baby in the womb and 13 years later that all starts changing. Teenagers tune in to unfamiliar voices more as they get older. They've looked at MRI brain scans and they just can't understand why teenagers start to separate from their parents, but they do. All these things that people have been saying for years about teenagers and how they just don't relate to the world are true and it's all internal. And they're still studying those things. So don't worry if you can't communicate with your teenager. There's a reason for that now.

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Teenagers (MM #4057)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Teenagers (MM #4057)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I have no experts since I don't have kids, but they've always said teenagers become these strange animals that disconnect from their parents. Most people go through that period in their teens where they no longer want to connect with their parents. They don't like their parents and their parents don't like them. Well, of course, researchers in England find it's true. It's actually chemically driven. Teenage brains don't register their mother's voice the way they did prior to age 13. There's something in the chemicals in our body that changes. So basically we're very comfortable with our mother's voice as a baby in the womb and 13 years later that all starts changing. Teenagers tune in to unfamiliar voices more as they get older. They've looked at MRI brain scans and they just can't understand why teenagers start to separate from their parents, but they do. All these things that people have been saying for years about teenagers and how they just don't relate to the world are true and it's all internal. And they're still studying those things. So don't worry if you can't communicate with your teenager. There's a reason for that now.

Kevin Mason Nasa England
Teenagers (MM #4057)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Teenagers (MM #4057)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. I have no experts since I don't have kids, but they've always said teenagers become these strange animals that disconnect from their parents. Most people go through that period in their teens where they no longer want to connect with their parents. They don't like their parents and their parents don't like them. Well, of course, researchers in England find it's true. It's actually chemically driven. Teenage brains don't register their mother's voice the way they did prior to age 13. There's something in the chemicals in our body that changes. So basically we're very comfortable with our mother's voice as a baby in the womb and 13 years later that all starts changing. Teenagers tune in to unfamiliar voices more as they get older. They've looked at MRI brain scans and they just can't understand why teenagers start to separate from their parents, but they do. All these things that people have been saying for years about teenagers and how they just don't relate to the world are true and it's all internal. And they're still studying those things. So don't worry if you can't communicate with your teenager. There's a reason for that now.

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | 2 months ago

Update on the latest sports

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DeRozan scores 41 as Bulls beat Bucks 114-110 to tie series

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

DeRozan scores 41 as Bulls beat Bucks 114-110 to tie series

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 5 months ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports I'm I'm David David Shuster Shuster at at the the extended extended NFL NFL wildcard wildcard weekend weekend opened opened up up on on Saturday Saturday with with two two games games we we begin begin in in Cincinnati Cincinnati with with mark mark Myers Myers reporting reporting Cincinnati Cincinnati finally finally won won a a playoff playoff game game twenty twenty six six nineteen nineteen over over Las Las Vegas Vegas sending sending a a thirty thirty one one year year drought drought Joe Joe burrow burrow threw threw for for two two touchdowns touchdowns six six sorry sorry for for the the city city for for the the state state but but you you know know we're we're we're we're not not gonna gonna do do on on that that we're we're moving moving forward forward we're we're ready ready however however we we got got planned planned next next will will be be ready ready to to go go and and execute execute the the game game plan plan the the second second year year quarterback quarterback connected connected on on scoring scoring strikes strikes to to CJ CJ use use alma alma and and Tyler Tyler Boyd Boyd and and Evan Evan McPherson McPherson was was good good on on all all four four field field goal goal tries tries and and we we moved moved further further east east now now to to New New York York state state with with Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie filling filling us us in in on on buffalo buffalo and and New New England England Josh Josh Allen Allen and and the the bills bills have have advanced advanced to to the the AFC AFC divisional divisional round round by by blasting blasting the the patriots patriots forty forty seven seven seventeen seventeen Allen Allen set set a a team team playoff playoff record record with with five five touchdown touchdown passes passes to to to to Dawson Dawson Knox Knox Allen Allen was was twenty twenty one one of of twenty twenty five five for for three three hundred hundred eighty eighty yards yards for for the the bills bills who who scored scored on on each each of of their their seven seven possessions possessions it it didn't didn't end end with with the the kneel kneel down down Devin Devin Singletary Singletary ran ran for for two two touchdowns touchdowns in in the the first first half half for for buffalo buffalo that's that's QB QB Matt Matt Jones Jones struggled struggled in in finishing finishing twenty twenty four four of of thirty thirty eight eight for for two two hundred hundred thirty thirty two two yards yards with with two two touchdowns touchdowns and and two two interceptions interceptions on on the the ferry ferry three three more more wild wild card card games games coming coming up up on on Sunday Sunday to to the the NBA NBA Joel Joel Embiid Embiid with with thirty thirty two two points points in in Philadelphia's Philadelphia's one one oh oh two two ninety ninety eight eight victory victory over over Miami Miami we we need need a a body body we we have have to to be be com com perfect perfect and and tonight tonight you you know know I I was was imperfect imperfect but but you you know know that that showed showed up up and and there there were were the the perfect perfect elsewhere elsewhere Brooklyn Brooklyn beat beat New New Orleans Orleans but but Kevin Kevin Durant Durant left left with with a a knee knee injury injury with with an an MRI MRI coming coming up up on on Sunday Sunday on on the the college college level level number number one one went went down down for for the the second second time time this this week week as as Baylor Baylor lost lost at at home home to to Oklahoma Oklahoma state state sixty sixty one one fifty fifty four four elsewhere elsewhere number number two two Gonzaga Gonzaga three three UCLA UCLA and and for for Auburn Auburn all all victorious victorious and and Joe Joe B. B. hall hall who who won won titles titles as as both both a a player player and and a a coach coach at at Kentucky Kentucky he he passed passed away away at at the the age age of of ninety ninety three three I'm I'm David David Shuster Shuster AP AP sports sports

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"mris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:28 min | 8 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Why don't I hand it over to you Why is regrowing and regenerating joint cartilage such an epic story Well you know just listen to what you're saying Jay if we were having this conversation four or 5 years ago you say no no no no That's not possible You can't regenerate cartilage Well maybe in a 20 year old but we're talking about folks 50 plus years 50s 60s Can you actually get their cartilage cells to kind of reboot to kind of reset and start generating cartilage faster Is that even possible Well the answer is yes And these amazing bioactive collagen peptides that we use in our joint gel product do just that They literally signal They dock at a so called the chondrocyte which is our cartilage making cell is only one type of cell that can make cartilage it's called a chondrocyte They dock at the chondrocyte like a lock and key and they signal to the chondrocyte to actually start producing more cartilage faster It's like putting the factory on 24 7 You just go make more cartilage Yeah there's nothing else really like this It's funny You know Neil we run a lot of ads as you know on Facebook And so people write their comments they give feedback They ask questions And the common theme with these questions is my doctor said you can't regrow joint cartilage I heard that you can't get back joint cartilage once it's gone Everyone is skeptical But we have before and after photos Neil and we're looking at them right now I know we're on radio so obviously the audience can't see it But let me try to illustrate as best as I can what I'm looking at here There are two sets of before and afters Both are MRI photos The first set when you should introduce it this study now I know what you're talking about This study was done at tough university medical center in conjunction with Harvard University So this is the creme de la creme that you're about to discuss here Yeah this is an MRI photo that looks at joints after a period of time Several weeks 6 months and then at 48 weeks So almost a year Remember regrowing joint cartilage it is a slow process unfortunately It's sort of like growing hair bald and you wanted to regrow your hair if you could You know you can't do it in two weeks It takes time But these MRI before and afters are absolutely unbelievable because what you can see is the thickening and sharpness in the cartilage itself in the knee joint They also did a study prior to the U.S. culture I want to just jump in here with this Sure In these studies the red right We're looking at red and yellow and green The colors In these knee joint MRIs indicates cartilage degradation The cartilage is actually pitting breaking down in the placebo group you can plainly see the cartilage going from more green and yellow to actually more red because this was over the span of nearly a year and we know this is the normal process cartilage in older folks These folks were in their 50s and 60s degrees But now let's go to the bioactive collagen peptide group and you can see there's some yellow and red and green but then at 24 weeks oh so much more green and this is indicative of creating new healthy cartilage at 48 weeks You can not see any red on the picture You have green fresh glassy cushiony cartilage Trust me the picture on the bottom right that's all green after 48 weeks with these bioactive collagen peptides That's a much happier healthier more comfortable and that person can get in and out of a chair easier play sports easier play golf in tennis That's a happy knee It really is unbelievable And you mentioned older people and you know most of our customers as you might guess are 55 and older But they've done studies on younger people too They actually have two studies on athletes like college age athletes These are kids that just work hard and the overuse issue causes inflammation and pain and discomfort And they've given these bioactive collagen peptides the active in the main act of ingredient in our joint gel product to these kids and the results are absolutely fantastic In one study 40% of them achieved full pain reduction in only I think it was maybe 12 weeks University of Freiburg study Yeah yeah exactly That was a 160 subjects That's a big study Yeah And also you know after using the these bioactive college and peptides that are in our joint gel they needed less ice packs after the workouts These are like serious athletes Runners They needed less physical therapy They didn't need that stuff because they were feeling so much better with this these bioactive collagen peptides And so we were talking about full resolution in a good portion of the subjects in about 12 weeks But people were seeing results in as little as three weeks with pain stiffness physical function Again these are people who are overusing their joints and they were experiencing after taking this ingredient less pain during activity when they were still working out through their pain and that's important for an athlete It's important for all of us if we're in pain we still need to do things So this is a technology that is helping in a sense to put out the fire within a few weeks you can start to see benefits in terms of comfort and mobility and so on But over time it's rebuilding the foundation And I have to tell you there are a lot of joint supplements out there on the market thousands of them But this can rebuild this foundation that I'm talking about because it can literally help regenerate revitalize restore and regrow.

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Texans Confirm Deshaun Watson Won't Play Week 3 Despite Tyrod Taylor Injury

Fantasy Focus Football

01:03 min | 10 months ago

Texans Confirm Deshaun Watson Won't Play Week 3 Despite Tyrod Taylor Injury

"Stefania. Live update as the show started on tyrod taylor. Yes from our sara barshop who covers the texans and doesn't excellent job. We knew that he was forced out of the game with a left. Hamstring injury Apparently he has is undergoing an mri. He is considered data today with that hamstring So that leaves open the possibility of thursday night although that would be a very quick turnaround david kelly. Saying deshaun watson will not be active for thursday night so we know that for sure as davis meals on thursday night people. The newsradio davis mills will be starting for the panthers further Texans against the panthers on thursday. But i'm glad you said that's define a- matthew davis mistletoe. He looked. He looked like a rookie quarterback yesterday had a couple of throws that i was impressed by and the rap on davis mills for those who didn't follow the draft super closely. This guy at eleven starts during his career at stanford entered stanford though as one of the highest recruited players in the countries of five star the all everything quarterback injuries other veterans cage. Acosta was there for a while at stanford fairly talented guy. But this is a downgrade from tyrod.

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"mris" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:12 min | 10 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Security Now

"One of those router exploits that you can reboot the router and clear out of memory given that Well okay how often are remember. I remember the fbi. Put out an alert a few months ago saying everybody. Remote your routers right. Maybe it was mariah. It could be wiped out of memory. You could almost imagine like some again science fiction where we're going to turn off the global electricity. Everything and the only way to get out of this is we're going to shut down the world everybody get out of your car's turn those off because you know they're rolling how we're going to turn off the power by universal agreement everywhere probably not north korea. But everywhere else actually. I'm going to be a good move all you need to write that script. That's the day the retarded the the day the earth rebooted rebooted reboot project reboot earth. I think that'll be. I'd go see that movie. Wow fascinating as always. By the way. I guess micro tickies lotfi. In which explains the reason. That's according to jason. And right now i do remember that now i would explain it. Yeah we'd also explain why this affected the endex More than say. I mean i know it was has been seen elsewhere but it's eastern bloc. Kind of more. I guess well you blast somebody complete in into oblivion in In new zealand. And they're not going to be able to tell you. I how much they're just going to be like what happened. I'm wrong someone terribly wrong. They're not counting packets. They're you know they're trying to pour water on their servers. It really is kind of the death star of of attacks yes pretty You know your nuking it from space all right. This.

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"mris" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

04:47 min | 10 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Security Now

"You'd add that ip to the block list but now we have ip six and one hundred twenty eight bit ip's so You're gonna need a data structure in order to arrange to count to determine the rate at which individual ip's hundred twenty eight bit ip's are making queries and and you're going to have to answer a bunch of them because they might be valid until you decide that they're not i mean it it and most people don't have any of this. You know this is serious next gen you know. Protect yourself from the one from the worst bought net that we've seen so far technology that most sites don't have which means anywhere. This horrible thing is aimed is just dust is just poof gone from the internet statistic just a crater left behind with some you know some lost bits in it so someone somewhere has a built assembled and is in control of a horrifically powerful botnets unlike anything seen before it consists of upwards of a quarter of a million micro tick routers nearly half of them with ip addresses in the united states And as i said. I'm sure those brief sixty second attacks gets yen. Dex weren't meant to harm them. They were meant to give the attackers some sense for the scale of this new offensive weapon. They have created so they must be feeling quite pleased with themselves. Now you know. Nothing can withstand twenty-one million web requests per second and it's still it's still but still exists right. I mean it's just a matter of where it's aim next. Yup like the death star. We've you know this has been a demonstration. Yes well scary thought. Is there a patch. mike or ticks. send out Well if you look at the distribution from their page of of router os versions. It's quite clear nobody recover patches. They're micro routers. Yeah it. I mean it looks like the entire history of the big basically the router. Os version that. The device is sold with is a one is running today. I think that's true fan matters. I mean we yes. We would hope for better. But i'm afraid that's true. I know and so what that means. Is that somebody discovered a way of hacking and micro tick router which has been vulnerable since day one and his vulnerable still because there's some recent versions too right. I mean it's yes. Oh yes the the the the the one before. The current stable release is a vast number of infected machines valley. Well what's unfortunate is. It's a shame that so much. Think about the industry. That's now going to have to go into providing protection from this so much complexity and cost is being added to such a what was originally a beautifully simple system the ip based internet. That you know we all love and that's all just to protect protected from abuse and abuse aided not only by by people who want to abuse who were hiding behind it inhibit. Because if they didn't have anonymity they just get arrested And the internet provides that to them also as concentrated as technology But but also unfortunately this is what. I talked about when the other day. Somebody like my quote and tweeted back to me. When i said we are filling the world with a bunch of complex crap complex hackel crap but it just underscores why there aren't people. Don't rob armored cars anymore. Because uae do something so high risk when you can make big money without any risk at all you got doughnut crumbs. They're going to get the waiter in here with his special donut cramped. You're right. why go cyber and go free. It's unbelievable Is not by any chance..

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"mris" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

04:05 min | 10 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Security Now

"That's the beauty of pipe lining http but by using pipeline requests. We have something vaguely reminiscent of the earlier level. Three and level four flooding attacks but far more devastating and difficult to block the only upside. Is that the attacking. Ip addresses cannot be spoofed so they could theoretically be blocked blocking a list of three hundred and twenty eight thousand seven hundred twenty three remote. Ip's alone comes with its own challenges. How exactly does one do that. You know that's a lot of discrete. Ip addresses and they're not. All you know lumped together in one network where you can block off block them off by by network. They're just everywhere. That's why i worked so well exactly and these are. Https requests that no external agency is able to see into the queries until the targeted website provides their t. ls certificate so that the filtering agency stepped in terminate the vob slur. For instance couldn't mitigate what is the what is the drop in the spike. Burke wants to know why they're two points on spike you sort of see that from time to time in in a tax up and then it yes. Echoes or something crashed and then managed to get itself back on mine. I mean these things are really being brutal to all the equipment that is missing. Yeah the other clever thing that aids. Td type pipe leading brings is a reduced need for s. connection setup. If multiple requests are sent down a single t- less connection less time is spent establishing a connection. And the other confounding thing is these are not invalid requests. You can't like deny them or block them because they're bad they're valid so they look just like the requests. The site is trying to simultaneously honor from non attacking. Ip addresses mean it. It is really a mesh. Well yeah so what we've watched over. The years is a gradual evolution in attack technology in those quaint old days source. Ip's were being spoofed to hide the attacker's identity trickling tcp syn packets into a server to successfully bring it down then later source. Ip's were being spoofed to bounce reflection an amplification attacks off of other machines on the internet causing them to indirectly attack the target with a pure bandwidth flood. But today we have such a large volume of vulnerable internet appliances deployed globally. That it's not necessarily. It's not necessary any longer to hide and these are. Ps requests per second attacks cannot be spoofed. they're also dauntingly difficult to block. Because as i said each individual request is valid and it's only when given ip makes too many requests within a short time that the client begins to look like it's probably a bought but think about that like what you would need in order to block this. You need to have something log in the ip's accounting each of the you know. Once upon a time in the the quaint old days we only had four point three billion because it was a thirty two bit numbers. So you could you. Could you know you can easily lay out a big Ram map of counters and count up. How many queries. you're getting. Vip and the raiders which that was happening at some point..

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"mris" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

04:22 min | 10 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Security Now

"Ip addresses so then they continue however we suppose the number to be higher and we'll get to her the gruesome reality in a minute they said probably more than two hundred thousand devices due to the rotation and absence of will to show the full force attacking at once moreover all those being highly capable devices. Not your typical iot blinker. As they put connected to wifi here we speak of a botnets consisting of with the highest probability devices connected through the ethernet connection meaning hardwired network devices primarily. They wrote some people and organizations already called the bot net a return of mirai which we do not think to be accurate. Mirai possessed a higher number of compromise devices united under command and control and then attacked mainly with volume metric. Traffic meaning. murai was a flooding button. It they said we've not seen the militias code. Were not ready to tell yet if it is somehow related to the family or not and actually they said somewhere Oh in fact here. I'll get during the second. We tend to think that it is not since the devices it unites under one umbrella seemed to be related to only one manufacturer micro tick. They said another reason. We wanted to name his particular bot net operating under elusive command and control which was interesting with a different name. marras which means plague in latvian. It seems appropriate relatively close to mirai in terms of pronunciation. So okay both of them you know. Begin with 'em and half five letters so Okay specific features of the meurice. Bought net sox four proxy at the affected device. Maybe that's unconfirmed. Although micro devices do use socks for the use of and this is going to turn out to be very significant. Http pipeline which is to say hd one point one and all. We know to http to does it also Which is technique for further amplifying. Dido's attacks that's confirmed making the de dos. Attacks themselves are. Ps that is to say requests per second based that's confirmed and open port five. Six seven eight is confirmed. They said we do not know. Precisely what particular vulnerabilities lead to the situation. Where micro tick devices are being compromised on such a large scale. Several records at the micro tick forum. Indicate that its customers experienced hacking attempts on older versions of router. Os particularly six point. Four zero point one from twenty seventeen if this is correct and we see that old vulnerabilities still being active on thousands. Hundreds of thousands of devices being unpacked undone upgraded. This horrible news however our data with the amdex indicates that this is not true because the spectrum of router os versions. We see across the this button. It varies from years. Old to recent the largest share belong to the version of firmware previous to the current stable. One in other words not for years ago but very recent and i didn't put had a big pie chart showing all of the router. Os versions clearly yen. Dex is has a strong interest because they're receiving this attack traffic they're receiving the attacking. Ip they can probe that ip and it turns out that router os answers with its version number..

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"mris" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:36 min | 10 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Security Now

"And suddenly they'll join your network because most devices are kinda dumb that way and they just go to the strongest signal. Oh i been here before. This is home. We're home join the network. It doesn't take a lot of technical knowledge. It doesn't it. Just takes a little inexpensive hardware smart twelve year old can do it and man. There is incentive. I think you know that hackers can make a lot of money selling your personal info taking over your device so we often Skip the security part of vpn We talk about be ability to watch shows and other countries or the privacy. Which and all of this is true. It gives you the privacy from your isp or the you know mobile carrier or they wi fi access point at the airport that kind of thing but let's not underplay the importance of the encrypted tunnel that your vpn is creating between you and the internet and when express vpn it is absolutely secure It is easy to use you. Fire up the app you press the button and boom you're protected and then the most important thing to know because there are a lot of vpn's out there is express vpn does not log cannot log. We'll never log information nine. Oh there's companies that a promise you know logging and then mealy hand over your data so i wanna sure you of a couple of things first of all express. Vpn is regularly audited by independent third party auditors. To verify that it does what it says it does including this trusted server technology they use which runs in ram when you go to their server it spins up. A new instance just for you. It runs in ramat. Sandbox can't write to the hard drive and as soon as you leave it's gone the doesn't serve somebody else it's gone. That was your personal trusted server. And no trace of your existence remains. And if you don't if you don't believe me if you don't believe express vpn if you don't believe the auditors you can believe the news stories because time and time again. We hear news stories about in countries. Where they're you know. They don't need a warrant they just code the express. Vpn servers take him without any advance notice. And there's never anything on there they they're verifying it for you if you will. It works on everything. You've got not just your phones your computers but there's express vpn for smart. Tv's you can put it on your router and protect your whole network. This is the only vpn uses the one..

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"mris" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

04:43 min | 10 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Security Now

"Now that may not seem like a big problem but remember that for example on get hub it is sub domains are used sub domains under get hub dot com are used to create accounts so and this sort of thing happens many places so it it's it is the case that there are there are pages in a sub domain which bad guys could control the loading of javascript into which would then even with side isolation in place allow them to peek into places. They should not go. That are that are that they sh- they share with the same third level domain as places where there are secrets so this was a very useful discovery since they were able to demonstrate through practical java script based attacks that the existing countermeasures that were in place are insufficient to protect users from bows from browser-based speculative execution attacks the chrome security teams immediate response to this and they received early access to the research last july was to to immediately extends crumbs existing side isolation to ensure that browser extensions would no longer share a common process with each other which was interesting. It was previously the case. That extensions were all lumped together in their in their own process. They figured that was safe. Turns out no you could get eight. An extension that would launch speculative attacks against other extensions also being hosted by chrome and which were sharing the same process. Memory that's no longer the case That's strict extension. Isolation is what got added and since chrome ninety two that's been enabled by default. And you know the only downside is further proliferation a process if anybody by the way as looked as open to any modern browser and looked at what they are now doing to our like aninat task manager. There's like you know there's a hundred chrome data axes processes and same thing for firefox. 'cause like oh my goodness but know. That's the price we're paying for getting you know having pushed we've already we saw i. The browsers were just unable to protect themselves. So what as we talked about this not that long ago on the podcast is that they basically turned over the responsibility to the operating system. Leveraging the operating systems much more mature pro inter process isolation and also the processor running on the or or the os running on the hardware processor does have the ab- like a stronger ability to enforce inter process isolation so moving forward. It's it's unclear whether google will take further action. That is this third level. Domain problem is a problem so you know they might feel that isolating at the second level. Domain is sufficient. I doubt that's the case The researchers explained that as an immediate workaround devote web developers can separate untrusted user supplied java script from all other content for their website hosting all user supply java script at a domain that has a different Top level domain. That is not a rain not to share any third level domain. Like somehow get yourself a second second level domain and put stuff there You know like you know dot something else dot. There's amazing number of dots dot things out there. Now i just saw was it. Alex who uses dot something. I can't remember. What do i just saw it on on mac. Weekly dot dot dot. Dot no it was. It was like it wasn't oh well we know that there's dot coffee Oh yeah you're you're thinking of Mike sergeants chihuahua dot coffee..

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"mris" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:54 min | 10 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Security Now

"And auto filled user names passwords and credit card numbers responding to this google said quote. These attacks us the speculative execution features of most. cpu's to access parts of memory that should be off limits to a piece of code and then use timing attacks to discover the values stored in that memory effectively. This means that untrustworthy code may be able to read any memory in its processes address space crumbs site. Isolation rolled out in july of twenty eighteen so like six months after we began talking about it in january at the very start of twenty eighteen and it fully enabled has been fully enabled that aside isolation since chrome sixty seven side isolation That that group of technologies were series of software. Countermeasures design to make these processor-based side channel attacks more difficult to exploit and we talked about these things at the time you know. Things like reducing the reducing reducing the resolution that is increasing the granularity of the of the timer. That could be read by java script so it would be less sure about how much time had passed when side. Isolation is enabled in chrome sixty seven and beyond each website will be loaded into its own process. This would thwart attacks between os isolated processes and thus between sites but the researchers found scenarios where the site isolation safeguards do not separate websites and were able to get around the anti specter protections spook. Dodge exploits this design. Cork to to result in information leakage from chrome and chromium based browsers running on intel. Amd and apple m one processors so not just intel okay so i dug into this a bit and upon closer inspection it out. That what google did was only isolating at the second level domain so for example chrome will separate dot com from example dot net due to them having different top.

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"mris" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:10 min | 10 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Security Now

"Won't be a problem but is bad. Why active still a. Why is it still in windows. It's well it's because they're you know documents live on and you you would want that document not to be able to open a website now would you. I know you gotta you gotta have that in your in your power. I remember us specifically talking about what a threat. It was to allow something downloaded from the web to rub locally on your computer as it because and it's bringing in java script what could possibly go wrong. I mean those not only is your. Is your document scripting in order to bring in a in order to host a container which is then a web browser in your document which has been given a u. r. l. to a foreign server which could then load something in with java script writing and like do something it's like there should be a way just remove activex. I stunned. it's still alive in there. Yeah that's crazy there. Must that's that's it. Internet explorer component. Yeah yeah well well. Active x is Is what is what Com evolved into so there was the cry honan object model calm and then it sort of they. They like they got so tired of doing like extensions of it because the kept figuring out it could do more. Did they said okay. Let's just kinda start over so we'll call it but oh and it was also a renaming. Remember that it's sort of like it. They didn't feel like it was exciting enough. It's like it's active com ole right which is pretty good. Sounds like a bull fabulous. It's still supported through As a witness. Ten through internet explorer eleven. Even though it's been deprecated for years right. And so this is invoking i e an old i e control through activex in order to bring it back alive so yeah and i mean we're not noticed we're not even talking about the fact that that ease 'em html control has a problem because like of course it does like why. Why would we imagine that out that. A browser component would not have a horrible easily exploitable flaw. Instead we're just talking about. Oh this is the way you invoke it because embedded in office documents. Okay so we also have. This seems to be abbreviation day. We all i also ran across w. f. h. Which is the new abbreviation for a work from home. That's now a thing w. f. u. w. f. h. your wfan aging anyway last thursday hp's wolf security group published a new study which they titled security rebellions and rejections..

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"mris" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

04:25 min | 10 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Security Now

"Won't be all you'll hear you'll hear. I don't speak latvian Or i would first of all have known how to help john. Put a flat bar over the e which is in the show notes. And it's everywhere just because i was cutting and pasting and and it came with it happily But i don't know how to pronounce it. So maybe it's the muris. Bought net mayors marras. I don't know anyway. It's latvian for plague. And yeah and the the the topic is this button it because it represents and sort of essentially a steady evolution over time. We've now gotten to the point where we have a. We have distributed denial of service attacks which are incredibly difficult to block and not only because of the nature the attack which are rather than just like packet level attacks. This bike down at layer three in layer four these are layer seven attacks. Their application layer attacks. But because we've you know it's in this back and forth cat and mouse game of attack and block and new attack and new block and so forth. All that's done is escalate this anyway. We're going to. We're going to go back and quickly look at the evolution of tax remind what layer three and four and seven are about and then look at this one in detail this which is being launched by this merit dot net. But first we're going to note the apparent return of revival not nearly as dead and gone as many saw that i thought that was interesting. Yeah well and it reminded me that. We shouldn't ascribe any Any motivations that we don't actually know about to any of these culprits out there. I mean when when when they disappeared. Shortly after the cassia attacks people were like oh putin must stopped on emerson right right right well or and then we thought another company. Another botnets were ransomware. Gang was named. But i maybe it was but pantley. Who knows who knows. Anyway right. we're gonna take a look at a exactly who we're going to take a look at a new and quite worrisome zero day exploitation of an old windows i e m html component. Even though i e is gone it's guts live on in windows We're gonna share the not surprising but still interesting results of a pair of security impact surveys one taken of it professionals who are like trying to do the securing the other taken of workers who are trying to get around it so That that had some interesting little tidbits and stats. That came out of it after that. We're going to a fully practical. Java script based specter attack on chrome it's not just theoretical anymore. Then i have a bit of closing the loop feedback to share and a surprisingly serious question about the true nature of reality for us all to consider. It might be possible for you to eat doughnuts with no consequences leo. Now i'm interested in. I thought that now you got my and we will then finish out the podcast. By looking back at where we've come from the beginning of de dos and where this has landed us after we've course deal with our picture of the week As soon as you finish telling us about our first year your timing is excellent having finished mine off stands cider doughnut. Thank you leaning up the crumbs. Rich in stand for sending those along Would be a good time to mention baruch. Who revels back revivals back. Every eleven seconds every eleven seconds..

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"mris" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

02:32 min | 10 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Security Now

"Maven steve gibson steve leo. It's great to be with you again for this big apple. Newsday a late because of that. Yeah iphone thirteen. And i think i'll just stay with my twelve fine i It it works. And you know and the pads. I've got so many like every pad they ever made from the beginning. So i was giving them away for a while but now i've got you know it's absolutely the case cases. There's not that much difference in these new models of any of you guys. Were talking about that. And i was thinking as i was hearing that that that this is the evidence of a mature industry sack right. It's like we're not having. Oh my god breathtaking breakthroughs now now. It's like oh look you know My bandwidth went up by five percent psych. Okay but it didn't go up by a thousand percent right kind of things. When's the last time you felt the need to get into. They were talking about five g. Don't already have that. yeah i do. So yeah i yes. Yes when when when i realized i just what yes when i realized that there whatever that was camera technology like when the guy turns away from the camera to look behind him and it focuses on. What's back there is like. Oh you're kidding me. So and then he turns back to look at the camera and it puts the focus back on him. As i okay. That's no no no. It's so funny it's such a anyway. What were you going to say what i saw just that you haven't yet tweeted your show notes so i just wanted to mention i forgot. That's all right. I'll i'll do it. You put you. You need that no i. Haven't i have them. I get an email as well. So i have. Oh oh that's right including your picture of the week okay. I forgot we've already started. So this shows begun. Hello everybody this is security now. The reason i want to get going because i have a fresh donut from chicago's stands donuts. And just crying. My name out loud. i can't wait until you. Yes and remember to mute your microphone. Because it's it's it's wrapped in paper..

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Interview With Patrick Bangert of Samsung SDS

AI in Business

02:01 min | 10 months ago

Interview With Patrick Bangert of Samsung SDS

"So patrick i'm glad to be able to have you with us on the program here today and we're gonna be talking. Ai at the edge particularly in the world of medical devices. Which is i know where a lot of your focus is here. We're gonna get into some of the unique challenges of leveraging data and ai at the edge in the medical space. But i want to talk first. About what kinds of products. We're talking about people think medical devices. Okay well medtronic is tracking my blood sugar on the side of my arm and you know. Then i've got a big cat scan machine kicking around over here. What kind of devices does your work involve with. And and his edge relevant From your experience. Thank you for having me on the show pleasure to be here. We are dealing with medical imaging devices. So if you have a smart watch on your wrist. That's not what we deal with. Even though those are very useful of course to measure your exercise and sleep patterns we're dealing with technologies like an ultrasound and mri is not an x ray. And what's called digital pathology which is where a biopsy is removed and put on a microscopic slide. Those kinds of technologies produce images that are relevant to telling you whether you're sick at all hopefully not or if you are what kind of disease it is. And so the job of computer vision in this case is to detect whether is a disease diagnose what it is to find out where it is to find out how big it is advanced in if cancer stage one. Three how advanced it is. And all of these outputs can of course be created. Virtually instantaneously by executing artificial intelligence models at the edge and the edge in this case is the device itself. Yeah okay so. Some devices are huge. Mri scanners take up a whole room. As some devices are quite small ultrasound. Machines view could transport it in your suitcase and so there's obviously also price difference here but nonetheless. All of these technologies do produce an image that that is then analyzed by

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Arthur Smith: AJ McCarron Is Heartbroken

FOX Sports Radio Weekends

00:26 sec | 11 months ago

Arthur Smith: AJ McCarron Is Heartbroken

"McCarron Tough to see this noncontact injury. They're saying that his right knee he will have an MRI later today and, according to Arthur Smith, the head coach. McCarron, the team is heartbroken for McCarron and what potentially the diagnosis could be. Certainly when it's a noncontact injury that usually signal something more severe, Ben DeNucci again

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"mris" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

08:18 min | 11 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Correct Opinions with Trey Kennedy

"To help us by the things. Katie did all of it for got it got it. That's how i justify. No i'm i'm using helpful. But yeah she took it upon herself. Cheddar you're gonna i got. I think she like does two decorations or something. I don't know. I don't know if you know what a potluck is. She's bringing decorations. Well i told oh alleged stupid eat these you idiot south center pretty good. Once he brought play. I think you should 'cause you. Just i mean just witness what katy cooked. Yeah the reason. She's decorated enough food. It looked like a fossil. If you told me like a baby elephant left his footprint she in the galapagos islands. Five thousand years she wants. You know she's a healthy person which i'm grateful for my cholesterol has gone down good job. But she's like. I made these muffins. They're the only thing in them as carrot pope bananas and olive oil or something. I'm like are they. That just doesn't there's just no way to magically become amazing. Yeah you get hot. She texted me this morning. As we are on the way flying back she was going to be out for work when you get home and muffins out. But just fyi. They're not good responded. I already knew that. I knew that the second he told me ingredients. Yeah you don't need to confirm this with a. I'm really excited to recipe found. I made I made popsicles. It's made out of kale water and Cashew bits and dirt. But i'm disappointed. Tasing good once. I froze it. It was not good. Yeah So i think it was the dirt and trying to want but yeah probably yeah. She's been gardening. She's been kind of fun now. I've heard that word. What is that It's yet. I mean these things were out of the ground so flute. Food originates in the ground. I don't i guess. I thought people like whipped up in at that age just came in the kitchen. So she's been growing out of the ground which that's the way to do stuff to had around but then also the plants are dying rapidly So she's put forth effort For us to have eaten nine cucumbers but Know it's kind of cool still. Yeah that does sound awesome. Yeah i wish. I had that the outright. She'll be out she teach you. I could be bringing seltzer cucumbers to the elec. I would be sent. We've decorated. i've done the math. And it is pretty amazing. We've nine cucumbers. We've we've lost probably twenty dollars so it's been worth it and fun and the cucumbers taste not as good as the rest ones. Yeah so they the all in all it's been a really. That's a beautiful. It's almost like in granted. You're the gardner not me. But it's almost as if plants and farming and food wasn't mitt to be grown in the backyard metro metropolitan area in the heat of the summer. Does that sound right or my crazy thing. I don't know anything. And she sounds like she winged it for herself she just planted it and they grew for a bit and a diet and we were like well. That was fun but it was kind of exciting. I was into it. I'd walk by me like that. One's getting pretty big. I was like what am i ninety years old. This is ridiculous. I just showed. I just showed you my dyson. Vacuum like this is pretty. We really splurged man. And you're like are you good to your are. You don't have a walker the next time i yeah like. Did you read the paper. this was it. What was your favorite headline. It's fine. What would you say is the oldest part of your personality right now. Right i mean right now. I just ecstatic to to set my alarm. Nice nearly two to go. Walk the golf course. Yeah tomorrow morning. you're into that. I think so. That's fairly not too old right. I'm excited for I'm going to get an mri soon. Pretty excited for trying to figure out an ailment. I have okay. I didn't know if it was just doctor once over to run me through once seen anything shakes up. Have you ever had any more. I oh yeah. Let's talk about him. I got a lot to save. I went. I had to get one a few years ago when i went back into tube and on top of you i nearly i had pulled me out. I couldn't do it over claustrophobic. Yeah i delayed gear up for it and try again remember leaving there like a shell of a man you started dating. Katie is like someone with needs to sign up for a man in her life. And you want me to save you from bad guys and like i i can't even get through an. Mri is yeah. I don't know what that means. Yeah it was crazy. The only time. I've had one was in like eighth grade or something so maybe technology has changed but both in the size and the sound of this machine. It was like an ambulance was on top of me. It is so loud but not even the consistent like siren like it mixes it up for every like three minutes. Oh it's horrible for awful. It's awful and then because people do get claustrophobia. They have this little vent. It's like right on your face. I think the julia off everything they have laser this in right at the tip of my chinese airtours all my gosh. I'd rather be waterboarded. Yeah i'm trying to blow into it to move it out attack. How come like cage. Monkeys rider disneyland. And you can't move at all like the they're taking these really slow moving pictures taken up for my photographers out there. It's taken a long exposure picture. Basically is what they're doing you know so you have to say super still got this airborne right. I wanted to know this fight. The attendance there like i was like breathing. Sir to the press the button sir to really remain still. Do you want me to die house. Why do i feel like about two. And then this is still happening now. They she gives me a little shot and my arm and then unscrews a tube from the needle in a walks out of the room am like miss missouri. Yeah i'm hitting the button. There's a needle in my arm. You've forgotten needle. Oh yeah we'll come back in and a little bit and i still don't know if that was exposed. Did you forget it's cool. No turns out like halfway through the comeback in describing it was like sailing or something they screw something back into this tube in my arm in the shooting into me. This part was kind of it was so cold that i like two heartbeats i could feel going into my heart and back out to my arms just like beats but anyway you're gonna love this. You're not gonna be surprised. I somehow in the midst of all this. I fell asleep while getting an mri and i started twitching died sometime. Claustrophobia got the best of I fell asleep in the middle of all this answer like server. We're going to have to do this all over again. You are twitching in your sleep reward. His day really still. You're doing the crazy like twitch. They when you sleep. Stay sir sir. Falling asleep is had a dream. I was taking charge against the chemo. All search asleep. That's like the only person that mariah the noises just to keep people away. Yeah like i should be rewarded. I conquered this machine man versus based date it now. Now i gotta do travel show or something man. I man verse robot djoeke triplet takes on another and yeah. You're on a different scenarios after fall asleep with things with robots. Doing stuff to me. Yeah exactly just poke you and us not off. How does he do it. Hey it's anthony manila. You might know me as culture thirty five from youtube or from true myths. One lie game show in the form of podcast all about the paranormal mitts urban legends. All of the things that we don't fully understand each true myths lie. I.

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"mris" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

07:54 min | 11 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"Did your turn out pretty great. Yeah i can't even remember what the first one was forward to be honest. It was so many years ago And then i had one more recently For my for my gut. Oh yeah yeah for my gi. They were looking at my gi Flow not flow below for stuff. Your call him below. They were looking for diver. Ticky typically and So it was an mri machine. And that didn't take very long. And i think they use die for that one. That's another thing that we didn't mention is i don't think they always use die as a contrast but sometimes they do yeah about a third of them they use die in the die seems to be from what i can tell the the the only truly questionable part about the mri experience. Because when you come out of the magnetic field your adams. i'll go back to normal the way they were. You know there's no long term effects but apparently the die they use is Made of Gondola neom gadolinium. Which is a metallic element. And they collide it so that your body doesn't like it doesn't stick around your body process through kidneys. In very rare instances some people hang onto it and it can cause a little bit kidney damage but far and away. Almost everybody passes it. It seems to be the question is using die when you give an mri to a woman who's pregnant because the the woman will pee it out but the little baby in uterus renewed narrow Recycles the stuff that comes in there so we will just be ingesting and ingesting impeding that gadolinium until it's born And and that's not really good for the old kidneys so apparently They the fda recommends that you err on the side of the mother's health like like it's if it's a Like a medical emergency in the that the that requires an mri for the mom including dive that the fda and apparently the ama would say just go ahead and do it Enroll the dice. But if it's not a medical emergency in the woman has to get an mri they would probably avoid using the die. The die was yeah. The die was That was kind of the more interesting parts. Because you can feel it well running through your body. Wow which is really interesting. And i got a A taste in my mouth like this kind of funky taste. Wow that's really amazing. The which is always a little weird You mentioned pregnant. Women though but kids is another thing. emaar is i think in ninety percent of 'em are is go to fully grown adults and kids presents a problem because kids are fidgety. Obviously and they're hard to keep still and you got to start over if you want to get a good picture. So it's it's kind of been tough and a lot of times they have to An s. desai's a child put them an mri machine which you know anytime you're going under anesthesia. There's a risk there and people don't like doing that in general if you don't have to so there are some really smart people working on that i think A few years ago those an article about a stanford pediatric radiologist name szrious. Vaas nana sonawala and He was working on basically kind of making it tailor-made. Mri machines four kids that are smaller and a little more open. And don't have these huge bulky coils For their little bodies. That's amazing thing to do with your time. You know agreed. I mean or you can just get on a podcast and run your mouth. I think that's a less good thing to do through time. But regardless i think the mri machine is still maybe even more than ever. The wonder machine chuck. I agree and at school to know how it works in You know if you heard this and go in to get an mri. It might arm you. With the little knowledge you can go in there and talk about What's the what was that number again. The frequency forty two point five megahertz per tesla of magnetic field applied. Just start throwing that around while you have your smartphone in your pocket. That's right if you're about to get an mri this may be a little less nervous about. It agreed Well if You know more about 'em are is just do a little research or maybe go get one done go hit up your doctrines say how about an mri. Let's check it out and they'll say okay hopping i could use the money And since i said i could use the money obviously. It's time for a listener mail. That's right Before i read this. When i do want to shout out a got quite a few emails on people who have the weird compulsion to equal out the crack stepping feet like i knew i was kinda surprised at how many people had that same thing going on People i think i read one of them That said he also like to chew an equal on both sides of his mouth. Quite a few people also had that. Which i don't have but it's nice to know that uh cracks depres are I dunno i feel united. Yeah there's a there's a whole cadre of you guys out there comes out. We're we're gonna take the role one day i know. But i'm gonna call this one from rodney about reverse osmosis. Hey guys did a really nice job. On reverse osmosis It can indeed solve the drinking water problem worldwide as well as helps off some the environmental problems in industrial processes. You should also do a program on electro lyrics This technology can take salt and convert it to disinfectants. That are used to treat water and kill microorganisms. That make people sick. Nine thousand people die every day from waterborne disease worldwide And this This guy rodney has a couple. Accompanies the deal with this so offered us up some technical assistance if he wanted to do something on that nice very nice. Thanks a lot. Rodney appreciate that Offer in congratulations to you for saving. The world agreed If you want to get in touch with us like rodney did because you're saving the world or because you just want to say hi doesn't matter we we're we're finding either way you can get in touch with this by sending an email to stuff podcast. I heart radio dot com stuff. You should know is a production iheartradio for more podcasts. My heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows when it comes to gyco our best advocates or employees like maxine but since she is so focused growing career we hired an actor to reader story at geiko. I love mentoring. The new associates to help them make this a career in not just a job and with new opportunities. Jobs civility geico has been helping people grow their careers for over seventy five years the only downside she still hasn't met the gecko. We already a fellow ready to start your career fredericksburg. We're hiring claim. Sales and service agents apply online today at geiko dot com slash fredericksburg. Back is the most second most sione. I am rosalyn sanchez eric. Winter and this is our podcast. He said a the whole hang out with us each week as we discover. If we're meant to be or meant to be trainwreck. Anyway is part of the i. 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"mris" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

03:48 min | 11 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

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"mris" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

03:09 min | 11 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

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"mris" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

07:34 min | 11 months ago

"mris" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"In. Welcome to the podcast. I'm josh clark. There's charles chuck bryant and jerry is with us as we journey into the heart of the magnetic darkness known as m. r. machine. I wonder machine after all these years of talking about this thing. I finally get it. I know it it's crazy. We've been kind of amazed by and then a little bit turned off by it but then we realized what's nothing machine itself. it's the way it's being applied. And so we kinda came back to it again. It nestled us in its bore and got kind of sexy. Yeah and we're also guilty of The fm our crime. That now i kind of feel bad about what is the. Is that queen's reich album. Yeah maybe we'll talk about that later when it's appropriate. What the queen's reich album no the f. m. r. i. blender that we for thirteen years. Sure i feel like okay all right. We'll go over that fine fine fine mess anything instead we're gonna mostly talk about the mri. The wonder machine as it is because chuck we were always just amazed by it to begin with but now the i understand it. I feel even more amazed by. I'm i'm proud of humanity for having come up with this thing. Yeah i mean it's pretty amazing that and we'll talk about the history of it and everything in a sec but it's amazing that human beings Got together with their cohorts and said you know what we can do. The human body is made up of sixty sixty five percent water. So let's figure out how to use magnetic fields radio waves to measure that water in the tissues of her body and then we can map it and then we can image it right and so those initial people who said that were burned at the state because it was like the sixteenth century still but when few more hundred years passed a few new people came onto the scene and they encountered a completely different environment. one that was kind of nurturing of science and advancement in the idea that you could see inside the human body without cutting it open and the person Who won actually kind of interestingly turned out to be a race among researchers were All trying to sell all the same at the same time independently was a guy named dr. Raymond ahmadian or dominion And he is credited as the first person to invent the the fully functional human sized. but he's one of typically at least three people who are credited with with inventing them. Are i if that makes sense. Yeah i mean when he got in there in july of nineteen seventy seven. Nothing really happened in. I think one of his colleagues said. Hey maybe you're too big for the saying they put in a smaller person and it worked for the first time it took about five hours to get an image They named the thing indomitable. And if you look up pictures it's in the smithsonian now of indomitable it you know it's it's one of these things that looks like a bare bones version of what it ended up looking like it's like the mri version of a wicker wheelchair. All sort of did you. You didn't see a picture. No because i suspected as much. I didn't want it to haunt my. Yeah i mean it. Looks sorta like this big doughnut. I think the difference in this one is that it shows and it may. I'm not sure it's dr democracy and in the photo or not but they're actually wearing Some coils around their body but there is a larger donut. As well do they look like. They're on craftwork tour. It's sort of so there. Were two other people and was the first one. I've i'm glad that we settled on pronunciation by the way And he was the first one to cross the finish line but there were other to others who were working on that. Same problem Paul lauber and sir. Peter mansfield and like i was saying they were all working independently on this problem. This thing that have been demonstrated in nineteen forty five called nuclear magnetic resonance. Which which is that you can make. Atoms do really peculiar things when you put them in the presence of a magnetic field if it's strong enough it kind of snaps them all into attention they click their heels. And they say yes. Sir i'll get that for you immediately and That's not how they normally behave. And so these guys d'amato lauder mansfield all were like somehow someway. There's a way to use this to im- to use this nuclear magnetic resonance to look inside of the body. And that's what they said about trying to do. Yeah in pretty early on they. Cut the word 'nuclear out of it and went with imaging so mri i was born. I think wasn't probably a great time. And maybe it's never a great time to throw the word 'nuclear into anything You know every everything from nuclear power to nuclear bombs have a bad rap quite frankly yeah it gets even worse if you pronounce it either. Killer man And then there was someone else we do. Need to shout out a physicist by the name of a city ogawa or ogawa. How would you pronounce that ogawa and it says g. e. any value see in japan just creams to be pronounced independently really They love cg saji okay. I'm serious i really think just funny And so what happened So why we're showing personnel is. Because they discovered that if he oxygen poor hemoglobin. It's going to react differently by this magnetic field that's created in the imam machine then really good. Oxygen ritchie mclovin ended. That contrast you could basically eventually end up seeing Blood flow like imaging blood flow. Yeah because what d'amato in his co. Were doing were imaging tissues inside of the body Ogawa said well actually you can track the flow of blood in those tissues as well ex laid the groundwork for what became. Fm are functional mri. And then also more importantly magnetic resonance and geography which is basically tracking blood flow in blood vessels in real time. Basically yeah and all this stuff was revolutionary because a You really nail it on the head earlier like you don't have to cut people open anymore to see this stuff We've had xrays for a long time and are great if you wanna look at certain things like your your bones and see if you've got a cracked rib or something but when it comes to soft tissue xrays we're useless We'll talk a little bit more about. Ct can't cat. scans and i. They're awesome in their own way but not still not as I guess functional as an mri well plus. C. t. scans. I didn't realize this. Ct's computed tomography use x-rays as well so you're still getting dose of radiation from a cat. Scan to all right so all that is just to lead up to say that the mri just beats them. All those other machines stink. It truly earns its nicknamed the wonder machine Boy i feel like we should take a break before diving into this thing should we. I'm thinking on yeah. I think this is a good spot for break..

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Magic shut Suggs down after left thumb sprain

SportsCenter All Night

00:10 sec | 11 months ago

Magic shut Suggs down after left thumb sprain

"On. Magic Rookie Jalen Suggs, the fifth pick in last month's NBA draft, left thumb sprain will be sidelined. The remainder of the NBA Summer League suffered the injury Thursday at MRI confirming

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The Best of Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:56 min | 11 months ago

The Best of Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette

"As colette entered a new stage in her life. So did the rest of the world. in paris. Colette found a flourishing network of underground lesbian bars and restaurants. It was in this community that colette met her lover of six years. She was across dressing noblewoman. Nicknamed mri the two for one night performed at moulin rouge together and their kiss nearly caused a riot. Colette tried to continue writing under her own name. But predictably had no immediate success. She resorted to making money in other ways. Before world war one darkened the atmosphere. Cafes cabarets and music halls were full of performances. all kinds. Colette became a music hall dancer. Living a rich life filled with material for her writing. She dedicated herself to her books. While also finding work as drama critic political writer fashion critic and cooking columnist in one thousand nine hundred ten she published the semi autobiographical book the vagabond. The story centers. On a woman named rene who after divorce becomes a dancer music halls. This fresh fighting and sensual book marked the beginning of her new and distinctive voice. A nineteen fifty five review wrote la- vagabond explorers with collects infinite patience and precision. The beating heart of a woman in each and love is not passionate romance nor tender dream but an abiding dul. Colette went onto marry two more husband's court many lovers and right dozens of books. Perhaps her most famous work was g. G the stage adaptation of which helped to launch audrey hepburn's

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Fat Discrimination Expert Virgie Tovar's 3 Levels of Fatphobia

Food Psych

02:53 min | 11 months ago

Fat Discrimination Expert Virgie Tovar's 3 Levels of Fatphobia

"Concept is called the three levels of fat phobia and the idea. Is that although people of all sizes can definitely be stigmatized for their size. People in larger bodies generally experience more weight across all areas of society than those in smaller bodies and especially in these three levels of fat phobia and the three levels are the intra personal or within person level the interpersonal or between people level and the institutional level so the first level the interrupt personal level is about how fat phobia affects people's self image. And that's the kind of internalized stigma that basically all of us have right. The vast vast majority of people in this culture have experienced and probably everyone listening to this. Podcast is experienced regardless of their actual size and the fact that we pretty much all have some level of interpersonal weight. Stigma in our society is one of the hallmarks of living. In diet culture now the second level the interpersonal level is about how other people treat you and perceive you. People in smaller bodies may experience fat phobia on this level for sure like when someone in their life foist their own disordered views onto them. Which is what happened to you with your dad k. And sadly this often happens when a parent or caregiver has an untreated eating disorder or body morpheus of their own that makes them see their child as unacceptably large because in a lot of cases. They see their child as an extension of themselves but it can also happen when a parent has other mental health issues that make them abusive and the abuse just happens to take the form of fat phobia at times because that's very common form of bigotry and diet culture and so you know if people are seizing on something Used to abuse another person with fat phobia can often come into play there. So for the most part people in larger bodies are the ones who bear the brunt of fat phobia at this second level the interpersonal level. So you know think about bullying on the playground. Fat-phobic comments from lots of family members. Maybe not just one or two teachers and other authority figures telling you to lose weight all of that stuff right but interpersonal fat phobia can also definitely happen to smaller body. People in specific ways like the one year describing case. So you definitely had this the second level fat phobia aimed at you. And then the third level of fat phobia which is called institutional fat phobia exclusively affects people in larger bodies. And that's the experience when physical spaces like airplane seats and restaurant booze and mri machines are not able to accommodate you. Or when you can't find closed large enough to fit you at mainstream stores or when you don't see people of your size represented in the media except as harmful stereotypes or when you're barred from getting appropriate medical care because of your body size. All of that is fat phobia

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Our Concealer and Corrector Recommendations for Those Pesky Dark Circles

You Beauty

02:07 min | 11 months ago

Our Concealer and Corrector Recommendations for Those Pesky Dark Circles

"If you do have a predisposition to dark circles. no amount of selepe or borough is really going to help it. I have a girlfriend. she's great. She's absolutely stunning. Even if she has made a yoga retreat in bali fid ten years. She still has dachshund. It's just part of her heritage so she's always venting to me saying help. What can i do. And so the best line of defense is make up as we said skin k. Can't really do that much. Can cake is great for hydration and even for the circle pot but for the dot color pot. You really need to call on makeup so you wanna do a two step approach with geez color correct and then conceal so i you need to color corrector. And it's a bit of colossians really want to go opposite on the color wheel so we're trying to hide purple. So we weren't like peachy orange my favorite's the charlotte tilbury magic vanish. And the bobby brown correct on. They both really fantastic specifically formulated for doc because they come in various shades so if you very pale with dark circles or if you're very dock with dachshund goals you can get one to match your skin tone and what you do use a teeny tiny amount just on the real kind of inequality. And where the doc mris and then you blend out really carefully out to where the darkness kind of subsides. you don't use a lot like conceal. I use a tiny amount another one. That's really good is the max. Judy affixed conceal a pallets because they have a variety of shades. In the one pallet. So you can kind of get you ought on and get the right color happening there and then on top of the color corrector wants that stride or tacky then you want to conceal. I asked my lovely great girlfriend. And she's swayed by the east coast medics by under i conceal. So it's a full on heavy duty high coverage conceal but it's really jewelry and really hydrating because a lot of the heavy judy conceal as can be quite drying and then under the i. It's fine lines and show then you don't have any dogs articles but you've got wrinkles so she swears by that and she pops on on top of a color correct done. It's really effective and so it is a bit of a labor of love to hide dark circles. It's a daily thing. There's nothing that's really gonna fix it sort of long term but a color corrector really

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2021s Biggest Air Show by Any Measure

Aviation Week's Check 6 Podcast

02:15 min | 1 year ago

2021s Biggest Air Show by Any Measure

"Been day wherever you are. Welcome to aviation week's check six and business and commercial aviation podcast. I'm all mcmillan. Managing editor of business aviation for aviation week joining me today is lindsay beauregard. Mri editor and mike elaborate director of enter royal production. The three of us are here in oshkosh wisconsin at the world's biggest air show a era venture oshkosh and it is the sixty eighth show this year. It's also the first one in two years since last year show is cancelled because of the cove in nineteen pandemic and tell you what The organizers say that in a normal year on sunday before the show there's about five thousand airplanes that fly in this year. The number is eight thousand. And they're saying that attendances back to twenty nineteen levels and the mood seems very enthusiastic and excited to be back. Mike this is your first time here and then see this society. This'll be my second one. My i was twenty nine thousand. Nine hundred and lindsey. You had unexciting morning morning today at the show. Yeah yeah. I did too right along for my first amer. Aaron bad flight the sixty six era stars so we flew in three experts or one hundred series aircraft They're very lightweight and they're good for robotics and go upside down aircraft and it was a whole lot. One says the maneuvers. They'll be air show at some of them yes so weeding. He did loops weeded. Barrel rolls At one point one of the aircraft lou underneath another one one of those numbers and i spoke to them afterwards and the current team of three has been together for five years but apparently to them pollen harvey have been finding it for twenty years so collectively between the three of them they have been flying as phillips sixty six eurostars for one hundred years

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Hawaii LDS School Removes Student’s God-Given Agency

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Hawaii LDS School Removes Student’s God-Given Agency

"So you are. Lds and the the kind of intersection here is very interesting because in the lds community. I would imagine that having hesitancy towards massa pharmaceutical intervention is a belief a lot of. Lds families have right. So how do they not grant you that medical exemption. i. I don't understand. I find that my health is my responsibility in your health. Is your responsibility right. So my heavenly father blessed me with the gift of agency. That was something. I was worn with something. I was given. I came here. And that's what i believe. I have agency and here in america were given liberty and it's the freedom to choose for ourselves so we have our agency in our liberty and that's not anyone take away from me as my own choice so for the school to say that. Oh i should just get a different vaccine or i get an mri vaccine. Because i should be fine. What how are you allowed to say that. But it's not your government taking that away or church sponsored school and that's where it's hard because i it's not the church but the church sponsors school so it's so it's confusing. You would think. At least. I would that of all places that would at least honor that kind of liberty would be an lds institution harsher and you appeal directly the president directly to the resume. Said no take your risk. You might've right. Thanks for shaw. Yeah and that was the hard part. And i do believe that. So it's not all kirk schools. Byu provo byu. I idaho and pathway. That's not something they've mandated but it is in

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Shelter Pet Parade: A Guided Meditation and Story for Kids

Be Calm on Ahway Island Bedtime Stories

02:49 min | 1 year ago

Shelter Pet Parade: A Guided Meditation and Story for Kids

"Our story today is a shelter pet parade. Five new arrival landed our island airport. They were labeled handle with care in five very special containers. Were gilbert the goldfish mustard. Be the parakeet mri. The dog kit. The cat and larry the iguana on the flight over the five had been talking. They were all being transferred to our way. I learned animal shelter so that they all could find their forever families and be adopted. At first they all felt nervous. Not knowing where our island wise or what would happen when they arrived missy dog encouraged all of them to take a deep drag in breath in and out so that they would feel less nervous. She was grateful. They were all together and she told them she had heard that away. Island was a very nice place with people who loved their pets very much and considered them to be part of the family. And that's what each shelter pet wanted a forever family. The airplane ride had been noisy but not too long ago and after they landed their carriers were brought off the plane and immediately placed into an air conditioned van. A man checked on each of them to make sure they were ok as he checked each one. He called them by name. Larry iguana the man read off the tag peaking in. How are you doing fellow. Larry sat quietly feeling glad that the airplane ride was done mustard be parakeets. How are you little birdie. The man said mustard be ruffled. Her father's also feeling glad the airplane ride was done and gilbert goldfish man. Read from the tech What a great name he. Exclaimed gilbert swam around with enthusiasm ms kit kat. The man appearing in. Don't worry sweetie you'll be at the shelter soon. Everyone is very nice. You are safe. Kit was very frightened but the man's soothing voice made her feel a little less scared.

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Curevac’s Covid-19 Vaccine Disappoints in Clinical Trial

The Readout Loud

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Curevac’s Covid-19 Vaccine Disappoints in Clinical Trial

"All right. Let's kick off the podcast with a kind of a dish on the week's news and we should definitely start with cure vac Meg what happened to curevac co vaccine. Yes this was hugely surprising wednesday afternoon. The news came of the company's results from their late stage. Clinical trial of forty thousand participants of another rene vaccine and of course with the success of madeira advisor. The expectations were very high that the efficacy would be very strong and it was forty seven percent now. The company cited a large number of variants. That were in the trial though. Wasn't clear the exact impact of those various on the efficacy. And there's some speculation that it could be the differences in the vaccine from modernize and visor biotechs damian. You looked into this pretty deeply. Yes so not all. Mr nays are created. I shouldn't say equally the same so pfizer and medina both use an approach to work in a tiny modification that is meant to basically avoid the immune system from attacking the marnie strand that you insert curevac used an unmodified marnie for its vaccine and the company's reasoning was you know for an mri therapeutic. Yes sure you'd want to avoid an immune system reaction but for a vaccine an immune system reaction is kind of the name of the game and so that was kind of their thesis going into it but as a result of using the unmodified marnie. They used a smaller dose than pfizer. Madrid Which most likely was to avoid any kind of too much of an immune reaction and so a lot of people. Curevac didn't say this and they haven't provided really enough detail on the data in question for us to really dig in but there is a theory going around out there that enserch of this kind of goldilocks dose of this unmodified. Marta they might have had simply too weak of a vaccine to get the kind of efficacy numbers that we've seen from the pfizer vaccines.

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Rays Ace Glasnow Has Elbow Tear, No Surgery for Now

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Rays Ace Glasnow Has Elbow Tear, No Surgery for Now

"The rates charged to the AL east title has taken a severe hit following a serious injury to Tyler Glasnow an MRI showed glass no had a tear in his ulnar collateral ligament and also a flexor strain putting the remainder of his season in doubt Glasson said he won't have surgery for now but he missed the rest of the season and at least most of the next if you elect to have Tommy John surgery glass that was tied for the most arts in the majors with fourteen he's also five in two with a two point six six ERA striking out one hundred twenty three in eighty eight innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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"mris" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

The Trash Tapes

05:22 min | 3 years ago

"mris" Discussed on The Trash Tapes

"Bottoms? The Berta looks like every nine movie, brother. My little brother little. Yeah. Stewardess? The glasses and the nudie MRIs reading what bad things happen to good kids. What the hell is this kid? Magnificent. Yes. You told me. Oh, yes. You told me now, of course, face hasn't changed William Shatner that I realized that my face has changed the hearty of the secrets you go. The every night is movie brother every night to movie mother. He's a bit like a ninety start the nineties million. A little bit. You know? Before last Morissette became. Got. Where do you want? Wow. Very sass. Why did you push? I saw this demon or whatever it is is got is all bitch levels up to. Rupaul be upset. Whatever it was you said. Tony only finger, and I do, sir. Little while. I'll eat the door. I love you. Mommy. But all was so insincere. Oh my God. I would've no Telerate of this. That what she's a worse. Actress have. I am. Okay. Now. I think I think she's actually quite good because that's deliberately creepy and insincere, isn't it? Yeah. Yeah. Good evils. Sounds good. Louise Fano, thanks. I'm going to be getting out of your soon. I'll tell you. This is why ally having certain movies on VHS. No still think that VHS is great to watch. Because. Aids the film, sometimes because this looks even more nostalgic in brilliant on VHS. I think you'd be washing this week of Blu Ray wouldn't be the same blue route. Actually, I think it'll be wouldn't be I wouldn't be on board with this all already hate half the characters anyway. So he is here this whole family on on a plane, right? I'm the first thing I'm introduced to is is the son brother Moise reading again. He's reading book that says, why do bad things happen to good kids? The fact the entire movie all these all of the plot. Isn't it? What do these two good kids? If that's the way. Like, I think these opposed to be like a twelve year old with twelve ten or twelve year olds more like a twelve year old. I think who is like the smaller nerdy sort of more on the ball kid. But I hate that. Because as to be goes on movie goes on he ads like this sleazy eighty nineteen stockbroker Cada guy. A barricade psycho kind of flipping Christian bailed but bitch Phob like he is like greed is good girl. I hate to me in the nineties, especially that kind of cocky kid is very popular and people like that kind of character. The cookie sort of kind of adults, but not an adult kind of kid, but I hated him because the world is big losses on his at his. At his shit. And it's tight trousers. Big sassy at really like intellectual books of thinking could be a dick east got the parents in his way is heck co the glasses is all it's like every nineties brother little brother, tried to be an adult. The thin frames large glass. From from the get go from the item like him. I think it's been stuck that I have said. Were mexico. We'll give you the d I don't know. Is it the bariatric bad? Wait. In here. Could I? Oh, oh that creepy. Here's dali.

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