35 Burst results for "Next Year"

Longest day of the year Monday as summer solstice approaches

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 1 hr ago

Longest day of the year Monday as summer solstice approaches

"NASA says summer solstice in the northern hemisphere will officially happened Sunday night it means Monday will be the longest day of the year the farther north you are in the northern hemisphere the longer the day NASA's Alex young says the earth has a tilt orbiting around the sun during its yearlong orbit some parts of the earth are facing towards the sun and summer facing away from the side NASA has several mentioned studying our son hoping to answer decades old burning questions about the inner workings of our nearest star we have purposed solar pro which is flying through the sun's atmosphere giving us up close and personal look and there is the solar orbiter which will be able to take the first images of the sun's poles as well as investigate the Haley a spear and solar wind I'm a Donahue

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Cruise Giant Carnival Says Customers Affected by Breach

Glenn Beck

00:23 sec | 1 hr ago

Cruise Giant Carnival Says Customers Affected by Breach

"The Miami based company says a data breach in March may have exposed things like Social Security numbers and dates of birth for some customers, employees and ship crew members on Carnival Cruise Line Holland America Line and Princess Cruises. The breach comes after a carnival was hit twice last year by Ransomware attacks. I'm Rich Dennison, and this is Fox News.

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Texas Senator Ted Cruz Says Border Wall Is "A Very Good Thing"

Mark and Melynda

00:23 sec | 2 hrs ago

Texas Senator Ted Cruz Says Border Wall Is "A Very Good Thing"

"A border wall separating Texas from Mexico and Texas Senator Ted Cruz says he was pleased to hear that announcement this week from Governor Greg Abbott is a very good thing that we're seeing the state's stepping up. I'll tell you, the state of Texas has been leading when it comes to securing the border for a long time. I'm glad that we see the governor in the state legislature investing and finishing the border wall. More than 800,000 arrests have been made at the border so far this year. Texas

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Mortgage Rates Shoot Higher After Fed Chairman Powell's Comments

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

00:33 sec | 2 hrs ago

Mortgage Rates Shoot Higher After Fed Chairman Powell's Comments

"Thursday yesterday after the remarks From the chairman of the fed mortgage rates mortgage rates rose to their highest level since april and are up One fourth of percentage points since last friday the rate on the thirty year fixed rate mortgage hits three point two five mortgage rates generally move in the direction of the us ten year treasury and the us ten year treasuries at one point five percent this morning

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About One-Quarter of U.S. TV Time Is Spent Watching Streaming Services

Daily Tech News Show

00:33 sec | 2 hrs ago

About One-Quarter of U.S. TV Time Is Spent Watching Streaming Services

"The research firm nielsen announced a new metric called the gauge that can show a direct percentage comparison of how consumers are watching streaming services for cable and broadcast television. According to the new metric for may twenty twenty one american viewers spent sixty four percent of tv viewing time on network and cable tv twenty six percent of time on streaming services and nine percent of time on video games or previously saved content. The firm said compared to last year's streaming accounted for twenty percent of time and estimates streaming time will account for about thirty three percent by the end of two thousand twenty. One

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Interest Rates Could Go up as Soon as Next Year

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:25 sec | 2 hrs ago

Interest Rates Could Go up as Soon as Next Year

"About on when interest rates will go up hat. Yeah, the ST Louis Federal Reserve president says an interest rate hike could happen next year. That contradicts the Fed statement earlier this week, which projected interest rates staying where they are until 2023 financial markets reacting by pushing stocks sharply lower right now, the Dow is down 450 points. The NASDAQ is down 60, the S and P is down 35.

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Balancing Being a Dad and an Ironman Triathlete With Russell Newell

Another Mother Runner

01:58 min | 10 hrs ago

Balancing Being a Dad and an Ironman Triathlete With Russell Newell

"I would ask you how you juggle fatherhood and training but you make it very clear in the book that you seem to train very little for your events. I mean at one point you describe twelve mile run as your long training run for the season and later on you suggest that you sometimes run quote unquote only sixty miles during an arm training cycle. So i wanna i over know how much of this is sandbagging. And how much is true. And wherever the truth lies how do you manage the demands of helping raise young kids and swimming biking running. Yeah well my friends all teased that. I don't do any training. But i do. I've said this you can't have you can't go. Half-hearted into an iron them you have to you have to train or you'll you won't finish or you'll be you'll being a lot of pain anyway but you'll be an excruciating pain and i don't know how anyone could do it without training. I will say this year. I'm a little bit nervous. Because i have not my longest run. So far is thirteen miles and my longest bike is thirty. And that's not enough. I have been doing a lot of weight training. So i have a trainer and i found for past bones. That weight training in court training really helps in aerobic training. And that's early in the morning in my basement but that's an ideal a stationary bike at home in the basement early in the morning or when the kids are in bed and you find little pockets of time but it's not the same as going out for five or six hour bike ride to replicate what's going to happen in the ironman and it's not the same as doing in eighteen or twenty mile. Run to get your legs. Ready for an ironman. So it's it's going to be really interesting. The more kids. I've gotten the less i've been able to train through. The years somehow seemed to make it through. But i don't do as well as i'd like to do. But that's that's the ballots.

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COVID Lockdowns and Social Anxiety

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:10 min | 10 hrs ago

COVID Lockdowns and Social Anxiety

"Curious as somebody who's really specialized in social anxiety. What has the overall impact of covid been. Has it been great because People who are have any degree of social anxiety you know. I would put myself on the spectrum. There is a mild social anxiety Well then then you don't have to deal with the what makes you anxious or is a terrible. Because avoidance is What puts all of our anxieties on steroids. Yes oh my gosh. Magic word avoidance so. The answer is both so short term. I think the pandemic has given people with social anxiety or introverts or folks who are shy and all of that can overlap. There can a big ven diagram of everybody. Just mentioned has given everyone permission to opt out or to not have to force ourselves to go to the gender reveal party or the holiday party at work. so it's been a nice break. I have talked to several clients and friends and colleagues. Who have kind of like leaned in. And said i love. This is the best. I hope we never go back. As as if this is illegal. You know and so short term. It's been a nice reprieve long-term. it's not so great. Because as you said avoidance is a primary driver of social anxiety and so you know rightfully so we have all been avoiding normal social life for more than a year and just like behavior can follow mood. We can do things we feel like doing mood. Also follows behavior so over the pandemic as we see ourselves behaving in ways that suggest social avoidance isolation withdrawal our thoughts and feelings follow

Invisa-Wear: Jewelry That Can Save Your Life With Founder Rajia Abdelaziz

Here's Something Good

02:13 min | 10 hrs ago

Invisa-Wear: Jewelry That Can Save Your Life With Founder Rajia Abdelaziz

"We've often said how important it is to have a woman's point of view when it comes to tech so when we heard about the remarkable personal security devices from a company called invis- aware we knew the point was proven once again invis- aware calls itself quote jewelry. That can save your life. It's bracelets necklaces keychains. An even crunchies users to quickly and discreetly call for help. The invisible products like elegant accessories. A far cry from the bulky panic. Buttons were used to downer of invis- aware is twenty six year old raja abdelaziz a frightening encounter one night when she was undergrad. Engineering student led her on a quest for truly wearable security devices. We talked to roj about what makes invisible special and why tech needs more women like her. Here's what she had to say. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you so much for having me. I'm honored to be featured on the podcasts. So tell us about invis- aware what does it do. And how it work exactly and misery create smart jewelry and accessories. That can literally save your life. They look like necklaces. Bracelets chains even have them in fitness bands crunchies but they all have a button hidden on the back. If you double press the button it immediately alert up to five loved ones that you need help. It shares the link to your exact location and can also optionally contact nine. One one and viz aware is backed by. Adt the number one name in security. And what inspired you to create. in bizarre. I never really meant to start. A company at all happened by accident while i was in college. I had a scary situation where i was followed by group of guys while i was walking back to my car. The car full of guys stopped to in one of them started to get out. Although i have my phone with me. There wasn't enough time to unlock it to call for help. I had so many people knew that were less than a block away. But i couldn't look at the attackers and asked them to pause until it called the loved one or called nine one one thankfully it wasn't her and i was able to get to my car safely but in that moment i realized how important it is to protect yourself and your loved ones

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Ukrainian Police Arrest Multiple Clop Ransomware Gang Suspects

Cyber Security Headlines

01:45 min | 10 hrs ago

Ukrainian Police Arrest Multiple Clop Ransomware Gang Suspects

"And south korean police raids color klopp ransomware gang suspects. Six alleged members of the notorious klopp ransomware gang were arrested in raids carried out by ukrainian and south korean law enforcement who seized cash cars in several computers. The gang is known for targeting high profile companies including the widely publicized hack into defense contractor bombarded where klopp was able to obtain blueprints for military jet radar equipment claps resume also includes reportedly swiping details related to two million credit cards from south korean retailer. Eland and an attempt earlier this year extort infosec firm qualis trend micro recently noted that of the most notorious ransomware gangs klopp led the way with five terabytes of stolen data published online over one billion records belonging to cvs health exposed online on thursday website planet in conjunction with researcher jeremiah. Fowler revealed that an online database belonging to cvs health had no form of authentication in place to prevent unauthorized entry. The database exposed more than one billion records including. Cvs website visitor id's session id's search details in email addresses and yet another example of miskin figured cloud services impacting security. The researchers noted that these details could prove useful to hackers wanting to craft targeted phishing attacks as well as competitors who may be interested in. Cvs system search query data website planet privately disclosed the issue to cvs health who confirmed the database belonged to them and was managed by an unnamed vendor on their behalf. Public access was restricted shortly. Following the disclosure

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When Should You Quit Your Job and Become a Full-Time Entrepreneur?

The $100 MBA Show

02:45 min | 12 hrs ago

When Should You Quit Your Job and Become a Full-Time Entrepreneur?

"I made the leap to full-time entrepreneurship. After working one of the most stable jobs and careers in the world. I was a teacher for thirteen years and after thirteen years in two thousand twelve. I quit my job. My very cushy and senior position at the university. I was working at and men. I was really good at my job. I was advancing in my career. I was way ahead where i should be for my age. When it came to my directory in the world of education i was a head of department of top five and moved up from there so the decision to leave my job and become a full time. Entrepreneur was a tough one. 'cause leaving something so secure something i know for sure i can do really well and continue to do for as long as i want but i knew i wasn't getting any older and i realized i didn't wanna work as a traditional teacher for the rest of my life. I didn't see myself doing that for my life. And i thought i'm not getting any younger. I need to make this decision now. Now i need to tell you that before. I took that leap. I was not newt entrepreneurship. By the time. I got to that point. I have started and created and run multiple businesses big and small in different industries services online products arbitrage e commerce. And the reason why. I share this because i gave myself enough years at enough chances and enough reps to figure out how to do this entrepreneurship thing how to earn money. How to run a business how to manage people how to hire people. I wasn't perfect and there was still a lot of room for improvement. But i wasn't quit my job to start my first business ever. I had a bunch of failures under my belt already. I made money. i lost money. The point i'm making here is a lot of people. Ask a question. How much money do i need saved up before. Quit my job. I say that is actually not as important as how much experience have you had as an entrepreneur as a business builder before you quit your job. The beauty of side hustle is that you have the safety of your job and yes. It's limiting what you can do as a side hustle. Because you're not working fulltime in your business but you can have a taste of it you can see if he will actually like your product your like your business but more importantly if you like business if you like being entrepreneur what kinds of business you on run kind of products are you intruded into b. two b. or beat a c a retail. Are you into software businesses. No maybe you like networking businesses. That's the point. I highly recommend before you quit. Your job is to get some reps build some businesses on the side

Using Lap Splits to Track Your Mile Split With Ultra-Marathoner Zach Bitter

The Running for Real Podcast

01:36 min | 13 hrs ago

Using Lap Splits to Track Your Mile Split With Ultra-Marathoner Zach Bitter

"Out one of these runs saying. I think i'm ready to run about this or like how. How do you determine that with with such a long young race. The nice thing is at this point. I've got done enough of more. I kind of know well. This is what i've done in the past. If i wanna make this much of an improvement years the splits. I need to hit so then if my training indicates that i think that's a reasonable enough goal than what i'll end up doing is all kind of pick elapsed split so the nice thing about these mice and sometimes it can be a problem to his. They'll have like a big computer screen. Tv screen so every time you do a lap you can see your lap split was so what do you think of one hundred miles on. Four hundred meter track is four hundred and two and a half laps. So you could see every one of those of you wanted to. I would advise against that. But it is nice to spot checks so i'll go in thinking. Well if i want to average like this mile pace to hit this time goal that i need to be within. Like i'll give myself kind of like if everything goes perfect. This is the split. I'd have to hit on average if if things go good but not great and kinda like worst case scenario but still within the realm of what. I would consider a good day. This is the slowest. I can go and usual. Have like maybe a three to four second like buffer in there that I'm trying to hit each lap so as coming around in the early stages i'll check a little more frequently just to kind of calibrate things once you kind of get a feel for it that i can pretty much hit those splits on demand and then just spot check every once in a while to make sure i'm not drifting in and out one way or the other and that's kind of how i've always gone about it.

Bring Order to the Chaos of Your Unstructured Data Assets

Data Engineering Podcast

01:28 min | 16 hrs ago

Bring Order to the Chaos of Your Unstructured Data Assets

"So kirk can you start by. Introducing yourself kirk marbled. Ceo of unstructured data longtime engineer in the space for a long time with Starting several companies andy member. Hey i got involved in the area of data management yet. It's really even back to my first job. I call jobs out of college. I ended up dealing with file for libraries. Tiff image libraries. And things like that. So you've really got an early start in an area of what's now i mean we can sit around structure data and so before we get too much into what you're building unstrung. I'm wondering if you can just give a description about what you classify as unstructured data and some of the types of industries or use cases are going to rely heavily on those particular data formats for sure so all my career. I've kind of been in. Really the media management space you could say as generic term more in the media entertainment world for a number of years and now the last few years we've been seeing the applications what we consider unstructured data to be for industries. And so i could find it really as anything. That is a file based format so i- images video three d geometry. Even documents anything. That is the opposite of your typical tabular. Kind of database formats. So we really see it as a broad term. It always is captured as a file. We always have metadata that is inside the data that we can tactical meditated. We can extract and then we managing file based workflow

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The Importance of Self-Awareness Within Self-Care With Alex Elle

On Being with Krista Tippett

02:01 min | 23 hrs ago

The Importance of Self-Awareness Within Self-Care With Alex Elle

"I so love the way that you complicate this idea of self care and the fact that you name self awareness has being such a key component. Because you're right about that in your book after the rain that like your flawed like we all are right and you're learning hard lessons that needed to be learned but a lot of it was from not being self aware of who you were and your actions at the time And using that as an excuse to not learn to do better right. So i talk about that. Aladdin after the rain in the first chapter called change. Which is everyone's favorite chapter. I talk about like transitioning from working a nine to five nine years ago now to being in my career to how much up. I was an awful employees at one point to how i stepped into like really being a great employee and then faced some really challenging issues with my then boss and it really shows the duality of self awareness from grown from and where i was going And i think change plays a big role in my life. Because i've had to change so much and i've gotten really comfortable with being more okay with change and with learning that i always have worked to do and i think that's part of being a student of life is knowing that we will continue to expand and hopefully learn and grow until you know the day we transition off this planet and i think that that's extremely valuable and important especially as a black woman in this work in this world. Yeah i think reading that first chapter one of the things that i remember feeling my body was like. Oh my god. I can't believe alex's sharing all these things like the kinds of things that i would normally try to hide right the things that I think often prevent us from changing which is not embracing both the best and the worst but more complicated parts of ourselves

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The Justice Department Sues to Block a Major Insurance Merger

WSJ What's News

01:06 min | 1 d ago

The Justice Department Sues to Block a Major Insurance Merger

"The justice department is suing to block insurance broker. Aon proposed thirty. Five billion dollar. Acquisition of rival willis towers watson. The lawsuit follows a more than year-long investigation by the doj. It marks the first major antitrust action during the biden administration. The journalist brett kendall has more what the justice department said in its lawsuit is that look there are really three global brokers with this kind of size and scale that can serve large customers large employers and that this merger would basically take that down to two and that that's an unacceptable reduction in competition. I mean it. Said a on and willis have been direct competitors variety of us insurance product markets and that in limiting that competition will lead to higher prices and less innovation and to just all around less service for consumers in a joint statement. The company said they disagreed with the government's lawsuit saying that reflects a lack of understanding of their business and the marketplace in which they operate

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Soul Therapy with Thomas Moore

The Mindful Minute

02:25 min | 1 d ago

Soul Therapy with Thomas Moore

"Care of the soul is a book. I have read probably ten times at this point. And i continue to revisit it. Thank you that. And i am about three quarters of the way through soul therapy and i've loved it so far. Oh excellent. i'm so glad and is so therapy out now. Can we get it. Yes it came out yesterday. I think less congratulations the twenty fifth foot everyday. That was two days ago. Now thank you okay. So the mindful min- is in essence. A meditation podcast. We talk about the how the why the what of meditation and i thought before we jump into the book. I just wondered if maybe you could share a little bit about your own. Reflective practices meditative practices are or stillness practices. If you have any sure absolutely so you know that. When i was young i was a monk and for thirteen years and so i studied meditation. Then and i've meditated probably an hour and a half day those thirteen years so that was kind of empty meditation with the call. It kinda fun though focus But anyway it was quite wonderful. And now i've changed though i've changed in my taste my ideas and I have learned. I think mainly from henry. David thorough air comment. That really stuck with me. I read them a lot and yet a comment that That for him it was important to compost contemplate within nature to go out and they turn contemplates a for him but that was the most important thing and what i got from that that and fits in with my larger philosophy that it's important to be contemporary tive of by the way that phrase i prefer to to tour i prefer bit contemplates in that today because it suggests contemplating something and i liked the idea of being in the world with your spirituality to be in the world to make it a worldly not just separate i think anything that separate world from spirit as a really is a mistake. That's caused a lot of trouble.

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"next year" Discussed on The RV Podcast

The RV Podcast

02:04 min | 2 d ago

"next year" Discussed on The RV Podcast

"And travel around so they can't imagine life without one but when they go to trade it in the dealerships don't have what they want so they're not trading us ones in. They're not selling their usual new holding onto it so so we're getting squeezed from both sides from the new. We can't find chassis from us. We people aren't getting rid of them so sore china make your like having this juggling act of how do we keep our our people happy. Nick appreciate your candor and good luck man. Get out of this system. It's it's crazy hopefully your back. I'm very thankful that we're not having an opposite problem. That people aren't wanting rv's and not wanting to. I'm very thankful the problem is there is much more demand than supply because the opposite problem is is is a totally different problem. That is no fun. This is at least people are excited when they finally get thoroughly and they finally get to get out and travel and see the country and that's such a great satisfying feeling rush. We can finally get people the rv they watch. They can do what they want with it but misses a good problem to have but nonetheless. It's still a problem. Might but i think that was the first time that we ever had three interviews back to back like this but This is an important issue and people need to know what's going on so that they're not quite so impatient and they know which direction to head in so there might be some light at the end of the tunnel you know towards the end of the year is the supply chain tightens up. Hopefully people will be backed delivering trucks. That's another another issue that a lot of them have had The dealers are just delighted that interested in the rv's but for the next year so they're sold out all right. Let us know what you think of all that your reaction to it you can use our voice mail number and we love to get calls and your reaction to all this just call five eight six three seven two six nine nine zero five eight six three seven.

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Interview With Amanda Kloots, Co-Host, the Talk

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:22 min | 2 d ago

Interview With Amanda Kloots, Co-Host, the Talk

"I first of all new of you when you are in new york as a fitness instructor and you know had heard and kind of just looking at the things. You are doing the jump rope. I'm like oh my gosh. How did she get to do this. And obviously way back before everything happened with. Nick was interested in your story as an entrepreneur. And you've shared so much in the past year and a half. I want to start with just what something people can't google about you. Oh that's a good question. Danielle maybe like the early early days. Like both yar. Like my early broadway days. Honestly it's hard to even remember your own life you know but like sometimes i wish i documented more but this was like before all the social media instagram but like the first days that i was living in new york and i was eighteen years old going to musical theater conservatory school and i can like see myself walking down columbus avenue like heading to classes but like those days. You definitely can't google about me. But i feel like they are like the defining moments of bros in someone. You know those like trying to prove yourself. You're out of the house. You're eighteen years old living in new york city and you're trying to like find out who i am. Now you know from your social media you see this but also in reading your book. I think you understand it a little bit more from reading about your family like you have a super tight knit family. And you're the mid west and then you at eighteen. Come to new york and i'm picturing you and i'm also kind of thinking about myself at that stage. Were you nervous ash or were you like. I am living my dream. It was a mixture of both. But i definitely was nervous because i was mostly a dancer coming to a musical theater conservatory school program. So acting singing. Were in my wheelhouse. But i definitely was not like my strongest points so i was nervous about all of that but also you know my mom says it best. When they were driving away they dropped me off at the door so they spend a couple of days with me and they're driving away back home to ohio and they see me walking down the street with this long ponytail going left to right and my mom said to my dad. We've made the biggest mistake of our entire lives.

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"next year" Discussed on Liftoff

Liftoff

05:44 min | 5 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Liftoff

"Is that the super heavy and spit. Starship gives you a taller than has but like larger heavy lift vehicle but it. Hasn't you know that's going to require them to come from behind but as a is moving so slowly that perhaps they will. I don't know we'll see where where where superheavy ends up. I think that's the interesting missing piece of all that starship talk. That i did earlier is like okay but this is the second stage. So what's the first stage and where is it and that's something that I think they're not as far along on. But maybe they are. I don't know we'll see you want to go through a list of sort of like the other stuff we had a. We had a bunch of didn't pick. We could go through it real really quickly as a mother things to look for yet. You touched on the first one But clips the commercial lunar payload services flights that's put commercial hardware on the moon That should be underway a this year. the idea here is that you can. You can send supplies and equipment ahead of future. Crude artists mission and nasa has a bunch of partners and They're all going to be working on various schedules. And various things The putting Things like laser retro reflector raise and Doppler sensors and all sorts of stuff ahead these missions and some of this also stand alone scientific research but commercial hardware on the moon is getting ready to be a thing Okay really quickly. Mine is richard branson going into space. It might be the year virgin. Galactic has to test flights planned for twenty one. And if they go well they will also fly passengers. They say this year verte their space tourism programme and branson said that he would be among them so after all of his investments in virgin galactic. Perhaps this is the year that a billionaire seventy year old billionaire richard branson finally gets to Go to space on his own spaceship. Which i think is like if you wanted to go to space he could. He could probably doesn't space tourism on someone else's ship. But instead i think he you know he wants to do it on his spaceship which full credit to him. If you build a spaceship in this one could have been rolled in with the politics of nasa in twenty twenty but there is a group of people and a growing swell of support to rename stennis. Space center from the former american lawmaker with racial segregation past. Very problematic. Stuff it was named through executive order by reagan in the late eighty s. So it's believe that biden could just rename it with an executive order if not it's gotta go through congress but Think the party in power in congress would be hip to that sort of thing so hopefully stints will be renamed him Spacex in addition to its commercial crew missions has a non nasa crude flight planned to the iss for this year. Something to watch axiom. Space private space tourism. A company has contracted with spacex for emission with four people on board. It's a former nasa astronaut. Who is the pilot and three private citizens slash space tourists going to the iss. So watch for that more space tourism in the works in this year. Twenty one a wrapped up with the artists program is the human rated landing system which did not get the budgetary support that nasa was hoping for never has and didn't didn't this year either But last spring they named Blue origin dianetics and spacex as partners to develop Human landers and so. I expect that we will see much more about this in twenty one. We've seen blue origins all right. You got the blue moon. And jeff bezos walked around the legs of it But i expect that. We'll see nasa if even if they don't pick one twenty-one which i think is definitely possible. I think we'll continue to see what these companies are pitching to nasa as the system yup looking forward to it and i have one last one. Which is china is going to do. A bunch of stuff and they don't talk about a lot of it but we'll have more to watch from china. They are planning a new space station. And the first module of it should launch this year and then they'll follow it up next year with a couple experiment modules but they should be doing multiple missions to launch module end and supplies and stuff and they've got a whole new crew of taikonauts that they're gonna send to it so this decade. That's one of the other In terms of crewed spaceflight look for china and its space station to start taking shape this year and that is our list of stuff for twenty one big going to be a big. You're going to be a busy liftoff year. I think stephen. I think so too. If you wanna find links all the stories we mentioned head on over to the website relay dot fm liftoff slash. One forty there. You can become a member support liftoff directly. You can send us an email with feedback and followup there's also linked to our counts over on twitter you can follow us. They're like to thank our sponsor this week which is squarespace until our next fortnight jason. Say goodbye by everybody next time Back to apollo fourteen the next time..

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"next year" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

Teenager Therapy

05:15 min | 6 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

"Okay own next year. I also hope to have a car. I also hope to have a car. I hope my license. So i could have my car and actually drive obviously.

"next year" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

Teenager Therapy

06:15 min | 6 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

"Relationship. You met with your dad again. Lots of intrigue you do i. Yeah you're right. Lots of lots of bad things and that is what to be expected from me. Twenty twenty. I think it was like a terrible year globally but like personally. It was a good year. He was a really really good year. I think are like life is so much different than what it was in january so much bigger like so many bigger plans for it is looking so much better like there's so much of experience in like this year so much have done and learned and i think like i think personally. It was a good year in the a lot of bad things happen. I am excited for twenty one. I don't even know dog. Years are just like it doesn't make any different anxious day. Just makes you feel different. It's like the same thing dog. Could be news tomorrow. Oh my god. But yeah i don't know i think when do you think corona will be over by. I feel like by july. i'll give it until next year august. We got at least two months year. I'm ready to july. I'm placing my best for july. You money on one i imagine. Oh my god yeah. I think i wonder where will be this time next year at the end of it like last year we up own even seen that long ago. Time by like yards. I still remember just by like i made feel like that happens every year present. We all say we call me. I went by really fast. I mean time does go by really really fast and before we know what we're going to be select no is expected as refers seattle eighteen year. Old you've gotta open. I roth ira. Ria you'd have your credit. I saw licensed in like if you're doing now just like three or four weeks. Hits overstayed twenty dollars. A month can make your millionaire by a gary v. man okay. Well we'll see where we are at twenty twenty one. This is our last episode of the year. Like virtually you know going back to what girl was talking about on twenty twenty For me i think twenty twenty was one of the worst years of my fucking existence But it was really good. I guess Like i feel like. I have learned a lot more about myself and just like a lot of growth. You know what i mean. yeah Yeah like twenty twenty was really fucking horrible. It was definitely like a very low point for me so I don't know i'm really looking forward to twenty twenty one and just i guess i see twenty twenty one as a fresh new start and i know like every day can be a fresh new start like it doesn't really matter but i see like the new year like new year's eve as a place i can just like start over and leave everything in past i. Guess like yeah. I don't know. Maybe it's just like how i see every year. I feel like this time. It's kind of different. Yeah i think i do wonder. We're all be at the end of this year. So hopefully you look back on this next year. I'm glad to hear that. Thomas thank you. Should we do the like where we ourselves to view your from now. Okay yeah thousand. I can't oh last or years in a small wooden next year. Arcada you go first. I'll go first The main thing. I'm amy for for next year i hope to have accomplished. I'm talking motorcycle. Adleman been rubbing their engine off one thing. I hope to accomplish next year is to get my licence. But more importantly be able to buy a car Hopefully with the money. I've saved and financial aid. I can hopefully by myself little and i hope i'm in college by then we're remaining friends all it's going to be kind of a lot. I don't know how it's going to be And hopefully i would have gone out of orange county by by next year else hopefully They're still learning how to become more independent Not fully rely on other people. Learn how to be like happy with myself philly. Yeah just continue to grow.

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"next year" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

Teenager Therapy

06:29 min | 6 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

"Then the lane next to it is going the opposite way so were like it was one of those and i mean we're going pretty fast and like the car in the lane next to us like it swerved our way really appreciate it was the drunk driver are it makes sense to because like christmas eve. People are probably like drinking and driving aug obviously Yet louis scary because on the opposite side there there's like shrubs instead of vote. We didn't know because it was dark. You know so we get beyond that like we didn't know if it just went straight down or feels like you know you know so scared because like my sister. She's channeling take control of a wheel but it was. It was just very frightening. Because like was like i had an experience before. Like my mom she was. She was like screaming woman even more scared because like i don't want anything to happen to her. Obviously i would be like okay. My first thought was my sister because she's driving. And then i was hearing like my parents and then i was like oh god like their blood pressure or go wrong with them They're okay. Is this the car was harmed. Great so thank god to like. Get control steering you. Then she tried like swerving out of the way but like the card carcass coming so it was it was just. It was weird because we were also going fast so like the car was just like you just came our wave. I don't know why Again they're drunk so i don't know what they're thinking but there were no cars behind us either. So that's good. Because of a car was behind us and then that happened like like they were able to offer the in the now would have been like another car crash. Let just like astor. I just very i guess he can say i was just like thinking about everything that happened like what could have happened. And then on the freeway there is another drunk driver But like we were like we were super You could tell because they were like swerving in the lanes so that was scary again and think like there like people are doing so recklessly like ooh. I like thinking about life. They're like the whole way home. And then i came home. I couldn't go to sleep for like an hour leader. And then the next day i woke about four that yeah i really did ruin the grad. Here curry yeah. That was really scary. I was almost scared for like ripe parents But ross hambro. I'm so scared car. Crashes which is why. Light when ray do drive and like whenever other strife. I like when they're like a funny distance ahead of us because this fear that is gonna stop at any moment. Original crash so is control over with other cars are doing. You just have to be know what they're doing that they're following the proper. You know laws and stuff but especially on the freeway like everyone's going so fast. They stopped suddenly drugs so far behind them. Because i get so scared down drove. Was that a christmas. We'll technically yet 'cause it was like in like three five and twenty ft graham. Do these are christmas. The christmas eve or christmas day on christmas eve. Chris yes. I think we all do here right. Yes mostly christmasy. Like we still celebrate on christmas eve like we will family then went. It's been presence. It was just like relaxing doing nothing. At least my family celebrates on christmas day. With earning weaned thing. Next thing in this slowly on my got this frigging weakest so had like two different dinners. It's like the christmas one and then it's the leftovers in the new year's eve one dog. We talked thursday. Yeah quite bonkers of. Isn't it only twenty one already dog. We would just admire what we should do. We should go back and listen to the episode before lockdown out. I still remember like working on that. Episode I don't know if it was the friday of something. But i remember like when we did the corona virus episode. Yeah i remember being in the library searching stuff up. And i think kayla was in front of me. No you're right yes remember are going to be like okay. Yeah and you were talking about. But i remember working on the coronavirus stuff. Only good another year is going to end on thursday still march as i am looking forward to the new year. Everything has happens why. You're not looking forward to unless as i'm not nervous for would it hold on learning for learning sake. Well did you say last year and that was was gonna have the best here in twenty twenty twenty twenty even racing.

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"next year" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

Teenager Therapy

08:45 min | 6 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

"Rainbow cheese representation actually represented but like the real question is do you think. Do you think you can cook now. Has taught me a lot Properly cut potato being respect the first step and are good for you refer you. I liked seeing my brother's open. The gift i got them. So that was really you. Get them So add to reach out to their friends. to get ideas I got him this cowboy Be pop or whatever. I don't know what it's like an anime. I don't have it that I got a sweater from urban outfitters and then a poster from for him and then for my older brother. I got him dislike hockey player. Led thing and then A ducks anaheim ducks jacket but it turns out that he already had it so He now two of the same ones. An my dad dislike massage. Wording like i don't know an end. This watch and i got my mom. This skincare kit from bare minerals Yeah it was really fucking but she deserves it. Yeah so down. Like i fully upgraded my setup Gaming sir yes. Do i want to show you so better. Facetime he's like later. But yet i was like i took like two days to setup everything like another monitor a bike in a budget. Still but like the most fun thing was that me and my brother like sell my sister computer in like she. She's been using a laptop like super slow and we built a gaming pc and stuff and we set it up. And i don't know it's just so weird now like play with bro so wild. 'cause you imagine getting a full like Fucking computer custom. Bill christmas card. She's freaky now. That was like my dream a few years ago. I i got. I got this perfume or cologne. I made my bed is on cologne. Glory he this colo one running. So yeah i got three flavors dog three signal. I got my signature on two different occasions on dog specially catch me. It's time i will. I will. I think i got that. I got Your phone so. I could finally talk because my airpods fucking mike broken Listen to music with like house. Don't work so. I could finally talk to people with my like wireless or whatever and then i go minimum once called the these like Burt b.'s chapstick flavors to pack a fucking chopsticks with like eight flavors with china. Pass on some clip on earrings. Up here sir. gonna what. You're some i don't know yeah. I doubt it right now rain. They looked they got some ponding excited about those so he'll actually be wearing those out in public. I mean yeah. I wouldn't me to see a target sick sick Dude okay guys. So on spotify sent like allah's like this a frigging holiday package as end of the year. Like thank you for like you know being so amazing. Of course we are. There's just like a bunch of cool stuff bro. It came with a blanket that was earth. Winter package came by my peers. What is this and they wanted me to inbox it in front of those like like together. Make the blankets everything Really like the lincoln. So like i gave that to her and then my sister. She likes the the mugs. The their moments doesn't work super nice gig for one of One of the mugs. We tried to okay. You know what is called the cocoa or maybe yeah cacao cacao. Yeah you don't believe me. No yes and i learned like yeah. I got like it. So you have to try the macho one. I tried it. Is it good. Because i got that one. Honestly like it's drinkable. Like i wasn't like grossed out by i was like okay. This doesn't status. I thought it would. I feel like the one with. It's a lot better. I mean. I didn't like it personally so i i mean i have you guys next time. Yes how'd you guys do it. Because i've i haven't done you haven't made shaking like yeah. Because i don't even know how to all i did was just like heat up heart milk and then put it in just really did witherspoon. Oh okay that's okay. But the bought the packaging. Says you can three daily servings and i'm like you i think one hundred percent merino wool or cashmere linkage. Where wild is a second. Get a just knew it was something else defy. Thank you very tiny. Mike god to. I'm so glad because these past few days have just been like doing absolutely nothing and just like relaxing and eating day relaxing. Owed ri- up okay. I didn't tell you so for christmas. Eve My family and i went to nyse sister's house which is like an hour and a half away and so we were turning back home a news who's like to i think yeah it was like around two. We're going back home and we'll kind of like a car crash while pretty scary liberate. I'm laughing about advising gwen coping mechanism. it was like honestly pretty scary. It was so there's one way streets so like you know car is going one way and.

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"next year" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

Teenager Therapy

07:32 min | 6 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Teenager Therapy

"Isaac a mark. I'm thomas i'm kayla and welcome back to teenage therapy after christmas and on yeah dog i honestly forgot we had off cast the whole week no keen to man. I think we were just cut up other things especially because it's the holidays for show. Just well we're ahead as my best which she has for christmas and he got anything. Anybody else wanna go okay. This christmas i got guest this tuesday. My girl came by the job. You're doing. It was the cutest thing ever so i got me this book. The courage to be this like we talked about it before the podcast And then a bunch of other things. I'd like low key. Like i planted on her head like the month before because i was like yo i knew band and i was like man. I need some notes notepad notes and then even the book was like the book was a planet to. Because i was like then. It'd be cool if i had like this blog. Copy of this bug later bike and then after that call she was like what book or you. We'll book did you talk about are the kirby. This lies walk obvious. Play play like pay longley all night. So sweeney thank you but the wrong i did. I did. Yeah but for her to play along. So the cutest thing that i got was Was he polaroid's right. These polaroid's she painted like us on the polaroid and it was supposed to be like a bookmark for my book. I really really treasury really hesitant to their will. Is the real well for you. Mark thank you bitches relations. God damn cute heck. Are you done mark or are you done on. I don't wanna say this for a long time. But i don't know how to bring it up but then my dad like this year would no. It wasn't the first time you met him before. Right not is not the first time first time in leg eight years. Oh hello long time. But i met up with november this way mark. Is this the same story you told me okay. Yeah i'm saying this because he got me some good. But i just wanted to say like like you. Connect him with a and you have just hanging out like every now and then on the weekends and stuff so he got me like clothes and then on my half sister. She got me like this. Little cool man was cool. And of course from my own from my grandpa and my father's side like you know how they be like just going to give you money in an envelope and light on How is it man. I i. I was very confused. Because like i don't know whether i should be mad or whether i should even be doing this thing reconnecting with my dad because i like. Yeah yeah yeah but You know personally for me. Like i found peace with it. I found peace within myself. And i'm not holding any grudges and so by reconnect with my dad. I'm getting to learn more about My father's side of the family which is pretty cool. So honestly how i feel. I just feel like whatever happens happens. And i'm just going to you know happy for us. I'll go next I got these pair of earrings. Ooh i got like this mannequin body thing. Denial talking about madison bodies are unlike those stand. Not the full body. Melika full store mannequin lena. Like the ones. It's like for half hood Torso yeah i got that. Then i got cooking on the street value. And i got money. I think that's all i got. Yeah okay way. What do you use the medicine for for for like my close intimate like sewing easier. My sister got it for me. Like so for Getting us to kind of because it's like where my mirror ends into icy reflections on mannequin. Sometimes out doing that's funny. Have you played cooking while yet. I haven't playings. Ever since they got it was fun. Yeah i say. I said thomas the body because i know he's played mom before but it was just. It was a surprise. I was expecting that. Give to so ever but it was what i needed. You know like subconsciously is over. And she has so many more like me. Recipe news updated upgraded like her taking pictures. She has filter. Yeah and there was like nothing like that. Yeah she's advance now. She's modern modern mom actually. She's incurring sive. Chaz vegetarian option. Even though no loss has a good cheap.

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"next year" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

07:36 min | 6 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"Yes all right so mine is. It's a little more it's a little less jazzy than than yours. But i've also got a fun one to Super i just thought it was interesting. An article in the washington in the wall street journal today about consolidation in digital media right. So we've seen small local newspapers and television stations and radio stations. Closing local media is going away. But some of the biggies in the space of digital media are looking for ways to get bigger so buzzfeed is thinking about going public axios is thinking about making acquisitions patch is weighing a sale. It says after a people want to buy it. So i just think consolidation in not only legacy media and print media an analog media but also digital media is a trend. That's happened into the economy. And it's happening faster i think. Probably because of this pandemic and it's going to play out in twenty twenty one in a way that's gonna make people go wait. How come you're all these big digital media companies now and i just it's more the of remarking on and it is true to the to the founding ethos of this podcast on a daily basis which is look. Here's something maybe missed and years. You know here's something you ought to pick up on my other better. My other one is just so much more fun and it and it goes with the whole pentagon thing so we now have thank you President donald trump a sixth branch of the united states military. This called the united states space force. It is resident within the air force. Much as the marine corps is resident within the department of navy. But they are out there. Establishing a brand. They've got a logo. That looks a whole lot like the star trek logo. Might i just say and now they have a name says. The united states united states based on twitter today and this is a quote today after a year long process that produced hundreds of submissions and research involving space professionals and members of the general public. We can finally share with you. The name by which we space force will be known guardians. Just i just. I i think i think we all test i mean i mean god bless them right because look space is a military frontier and all of these things but guardians literature. Yeah what do they need to name. Navy sailors marines marines army. Our soldiers. I don't what space is guardians. I don't understand why can't they just be astronauts. Also thank you to twitter for pointing out also literally all day. I was like why is guardians of the galaxy trending did they announce a new disney news. And then i'm like. Oh my god and also i would like to that to twitter for pointing out that basically like an extinction level asteroid is about to hit in the back of the that. Yes qb okay alright. Plenty of time by the way for plenty of time and money and energy to have a year long process that produce hundreds of submissions and research and then like a branding exercise in whatever way more morath way more time. Money and energy. Apparently that was put into like Saving thousands of american lives unless you count saving them from the asteroid in this logo. Shall we let us. That's ben tolliday. It's like the three of us are a mind meld. Oh yeah that's it. That's what we gotta do smiles today. Yeah a little bit of makes me smells today. A different variety. We had asked you earlier this week. What you learned in two thousand twenty here is what some of you said. Hi chi molly. This is emily from new york. This is in seattle hard cayenne. Molly this is josh from arlington. What this year is that. The most important thing is our health. That i can live without going out without planes without traveling. But i can't live without music books movies podcasts. In twenty twenty. I learned that history is more recent than i thought as someone in her early thirties. I think i took for granted the global imbalance of power that put americans at the top believing that the big watershed moments. That got us here. Like the fall of the soviet union. Even in my own lifetime felt like decided an era reversible history in that the world order was untouchable. Was that seriously how. I was educated. You asked what i learned from. Twenty twenty i learned that i love hiking. If by family spent the vast majority of the summer on trails. i never knew existed. I learned that pandemic fridges a thing. After i bought one. And i have found importance of learning about myself loving myself. I learned that even after twenty years my wife and i love each other very much improved it by spending months in an apartment twenty twenty took my rose colored glasses. I hope twenty twenty one could give me back my optimism. I learned. I needed to grow up sincere. Thank you and see when twenty twenty one. Thank you for making a smart happy new year and please be well and stay safe. Wow that old. We need to grow up. Wow i know that some stuff intense. No joke paying. Yep that was real. Good stuff though. Thank you already and i. I appreciate that that that was wonderful. Thank you that was incredible. I clearly we're like rendered. yeah speechless. Smart guy Yeah totally Special very quick thing just for the listeners of this podcast. Might i just say that. The kai ta glass kills it most popular. Thank you gift of twenty twenty. And and i'm just gonna say probably ever ever limited run thing but but but it's back having announced that anywhere else yet so make smart listeners. Get first dibs if you donate it. Marketplace dot org slash. Give smart. we will hook you up. Thing is only available through midnight on new year's eve. I as it happens. Have a set of six in my cabinet right now and we use them every day. Wow yeah if you i. I know that. I can't believe i have to say this next line. Because i know that you only want the kpi glass but if you're not a pint glass kind of person who's been listening to marketplace forever which is literally like the year to marketplace. Ven diagram is in fact when i first first interviewed at marketplace and went out to dinner with these guys i sat down. There was like me and all the leadership two and i was like man Everybody went around. They ordered their beer. And i ordered my glass of wine. And i was like i know that the beer thing i knew it was a thing here. I didn't know it was like gang ish except actually just said it but yeah. It's login you anyway. There is also other cool strike to choose from in the spirit of none of us being as smart as all of us when you donate. You'll of course join the community. That powers make smart olive marketplace. There's the mask there's the t shirt there's the guy ta glass. Which i know is what you're gonna for so just go just go. 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"next year" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

07:00 min | 6 months ago

"next year" Discussed on Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

"Ben was working so hard to make sure we would be prepared for the top of the show and we are. We are hello everyone. I'm ali would welcome back to make me smart. It is happy hour friday economics on tap and the final. Make me smart episode of the year. I warm my christmas sweater there. You know. I've got my my christmas chaperone on so we're the spirit the spirit i know. Well let me tell you what happened. Somebody tweeted at me. And said i'll give you an extra hundred bucks if you wear it on the youtube on friday and i'm like hundred bucks. Yeah do that all right video. There are sunglasses on top of the santa hat. So la sunglasses on. And then i couldn't really figure out what was going on. So he's doing this anyway. So yes i For those who are not familiar I'm kai ryssdal we've got the livestream up and running last livestream of the year so for those watching youtube. Thank you for joining us. We'll be doing news something else today. I think as well Do you have a beverage. Miss would idea you know. I'm doing it again. The eggnog and bourbon situation was so delicious. And it's so seasonal. That i had to do also is afraid. The eggnog was on the edge of so i may have added just a little extra bourbon to kill anything. That might have been going on in their say maga's last week. That's why i did. That's the only reason that i threw in some extra bourbon today. That's it so so i I i'm a little picky in my in my eggnog. Actually as well not surprising. I guess anybody who knows me. And there's this one dairy that we get our eggnog from at the local ralph's and they don't seem to have it this year. So i'm a little distraught distraught but Undergoing a beer that my cousin sent me from pennsylvania from hershey. Pa trobe independent bro. It's perpetual apa quite tasty. Thank you very much Okay so we got news which we should get to. I like yours was picked your so. Why don't you go first. I know before. I even japan. I'm gonna say that. I actually almost considered and i'm just going to get this out of the way that there was a party that was like i'm just gonna boycott bringing any news today because it's so exhausting. It's so sad. It's so frustrating and ultimately it sort of just like this incremental tiktok of hell that we are responsible for bringing to you every day and the fact is that if something really really big happened you'd find out right you'd get breaking news alert and you don't have to. Maybe it would be better for all of us. We weren't just like in this increment happened. Then this increment happened and then this one in whatever we can really get ourselves down in the rabbit hole and so take care of yourselves more than we do in turn off the twitter for the weekend at a minimum at a minimum however. Let's begin because we're not gonna be able to talk about this on the tech show for the rest of the year because we have programmed it know that in a lot of cases algorithms are being used to determine who's going to get vaccines in this country. Everybody was like we'll just throw the may i on it and it'll make it more fair because the equity conversation around distribution is a big one so definitely at places like stanford. We're gonna make sure we use tech for this and it's gonna go great and it turned out that a quote faulty them meant that only seven of stanford's first five thousand vaccines were actually designated for the patient facing medical residents who are at risk of getting covid who are the ones who have bruises all over their faces from the p. p. e. that they're wearing all day every day many medical professionals who are patient facing have died and yet forty nine hundred and three ninety three forty nine hundred ninety three doses of vaccines were designated for doctors and Assume some professionalism professors who were like at home and there was a there was a protest. I mean there was an actual demonstration. Because i mean these people have just had it like nurses and residents were just standing out there with signs. Like you've got to be kidding me now. Stanford's administrators are apologizing. Like we are very sorry. This was a terrible mistake. But it just. I don't understand how you even see that list and go like nope absolutely not the whole algorithm. Thing's amazing did you see the item. The other day that that the university of texas department of computer science has been using algorithms to screen applicants for its programs in computer science and low and behold it's elected not brown black not low income but a lot of white privilege people to be in their computer science program written by computer sciences at texas. Yeah i think everybody forgets when you say the word algorithm and this is up and you say to me all the time algorithms written by people right so yes yep and i feel like my job here son because i was opening my mouth to be like written by people and people have spent way too long. No it's like it's perfect working. I mean yes and people have spent a lot of years. Thousands and thousands and hundreds of thousands of years determining who they think is more important and that is what shows up in the algorithm. And it's it. I mean and and it showed up youtube chat. Somebody said sorry. It doesn't begin to cut it and that's like true. Yeah so so. You're you're the apparently the queen about roles every mind. I know i'm just. I'm just discovering this. Every and role is epic epic. Hello i'm molly would mice. I rolls are epic epic. I'm putting on my twitter bio change flutter to the nearest also lost my dad. Mind discovering that The apparently pentagon the acting pentagon director that trump installed just like a month ago. has halted briefings supposedly for the rest of the year transition briefing so they can take a holiday pause in the middle of what is being described as one of the most dangerous cyber intrusions in years in america and the biden team says no this was definitely not a mutually agreed upon highs for the holidays during a national security threat. So this would be the acting secretary of defense that the president united states appointed after he fired. The secretary of defense designing is gonna shut it down for doing taking a knee. That's what they said we're gonna take a need for two..

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"next year" Discussed on The Daily

The Daily

10:40 min | 1 year ago

"next year" Discussed on The Daily

"Enduring that the virus lasts. It doesn't die off in the hot summers. It doesn't zero evidence that the virus dies often hot weather. I mean the virus circulating now in India in Brazil in Australia. W nary very hot environments exactly does no evidence it is going to die out in the summer dump. I'm willing to speak for many listeners. When I say that. The idea of living masks with everyone sitting succeed apart and the expectation that viral. Resurgence might mean that even that becomes too risky and so everyone goes back under lockdown that that could go on for years is really pretty depressing and kind of hard to wrap one's head around. I know but if we don't go into a dance means there's going to be more infections and more deaths Over back the daily is supported by. Td Ameritrade there's no Roi on T. M. I. that's why. Td Ameritrade created a learning. Experience will actually learn with you curated from their vast library of exclusive content it customizes to fit your investing goals interests in needs. So you get exactly the information you need and none of the information you don't get started at td. Ameritrade DOT COM SLASH EDUCATION. That's TD AMERITRADE DOT com slash education. I'm Wendy door and I'm an editor on the daily for most of my adult life. I thought of the New York Times as a giant news machine that spit out new stories all day. Long kind of like a vending machine. And I'm embarrassed to say that it wasn't really until I came to work here at the Times that I started to think about the reporters behind those new stories and what it takes to get the story in the first place. Sometimes these reporters risk their lives. Sometimes they talk to us at two in the morning. Sometimes they call us from a war zone and not only do they tell us what's happening on the ground wherever they are but they also give us the context that we need to understand it. If you like hearing from these reporters every day which I know I do the one thing that you can do to support them and the daily is to subscribe to the New York Times if you'd like to do that go to ny times dot com slash subscribe. Don't during this period. It feels like not everyone is gonna be on equal footing in the sense that some of us will have been infected and will possess some kind of immunity to Cova nineteen right and many of us of course will not have been infected and will not possess that immunity. So how does that factor into this given take this dance you're describing well? We're already seeing this happen. There are a very small number of people now who are immune and they're very much demand there in demand for their blood because you can harvest. Antibodies from their blood there in demand for doing medical jobs that are dangerous like incubating patients because they can do it. Without fear of infection they'll be in demand for all sorts of other jobs because they can travel anywhere they can do face to face interactions with customers without any fear and they're going to be sort of a special class in society. There'll be a sort of different standards different ways of living for two different classes in society. So say your immune and I'm not I basically have to stay inside here at hiding and I'm depressed as hell about it. You know right. I have a granddaughter. Who's going to be born in June and I sit here in my apartment thinking. I may not see her until she's two years old man that's horrible to contemplate but it may be a fact. Meanwhile you as immune could go visit my granddaughter or go out and take my job or no one can take your job. Donald Justice but not a hook a lot of people. Want my job They'll be sort of different standards different ways of living for two different classes in society for Awhile. It's quite science fiction. He is kind of distorted. Bright I mean that. Kind of a societal schism right between the immune and the still susceptible it would seem to require a few pieces of firm. Knowledge. One is that there's a widespread ability to tell who is immune versus. Who's not and the other piece of knowledge is that we know for sure that being infected confers immunity. So how do you resolve either of those? We don't know those things yet. We don't know them for dead shore but as Tony how she says you know usually when you recover from disease your immune for a while but we don't know how long humidity less because it's diseases. All He'd been around since November at the earliest Are there plans do you envision universe in which people literally wear some sort of sign that they are immune and that that can be rigorously proven? Yes I mean that that sorry beginning to take place. Germany is talking about issuing certificates. But you don't want something you can pass in person the person So China takes people's cell phones and has a Qr Code that you read as you come into the subway. You come into a restaurant you come into any place where somebody can check your phone and that readout tells the person look nature fode that your immune so yeah. I I mean people are already thinking about this. In the scenario that you're laying out immunity and ability to show. Immunity would seem to be incredibly desirable and might create some very complicated incentives. Yes people are going to be tempted to become immunes and to do it. The chicken POX party way. What do you mean to deliberately infect themselves hoping for the best but that they emerge at the end of it as an immune? I mean that temptation is going to be enormous. You're describing deliberate. And perhaps large-scale acts of self infection. Yes I am. There is a lot of historical precedent for that stuff in the years before smallpox vaccine people use to take poss from the blisters of smallpox victims or dried up scabs from smallpox victims and put the pus into stab a little holding their child's arm and put some of the bus and there were below the scabs into your nose. And that would give you a usually mild case of smallpox and I talked to an immunologist. Who SAID LOOK? The child had about a one percent chance of dying and the parents recognize that and that was better because if you had a smallpox come through usually about a third of the susceptible died so if you had six kids might Think hard about Give them all a little bit smallpox. There are don't what you're describing is a very calculated risk that some people may take to self infect and I wonder just how dangerous it may be if people miscalculate with the virus acting the way it is acting. Now it's very dangerous. We know that there are people who were more at risk but we also know that it's unpredictable. That young Athletic Healthy People. Totally unpredictably end up on a ventilator and a few of them die right so it's a people making life or death decisions for freedom and a paycheck and a paycheck. Yes everything that you're talking about here. Seems to assume the absence of a successful treatment and a world where we're pretty much waiting for a vaccine. Could that change when we've asked you this question in the past? You have said that there wasn't a viable treatment. Do you have any sense? The debt may be changing and that of treatment might come before a vaccine. I don't have any sense it. It's changing in an important way. There is something that doctors place some hope in and that is taking the blood from people who've recovered from the disease and removing the red blood cells white blood cells and everything else. I'd leaving just the antibodies. Those antibodies GLOB onto the virus and neutralize and so you can inject them into somebody who's sick but it's a technology that is not fast moving so it's not in the immediate future but scientists are hopeful that it's in the mid term future so in other words for the time being we are left pretty much with the hammer and the dance as are most practical solution. Exactly so don't with everything that you just said in mind. I want to return to that first time we spoke because when we had that conversation you were well ahead of anybody else in preparing us for what the pandemic would mean on a personal level. You told us about your stockpile of food. You're months worth of medicine and you told us that we should be prepared not to see our friends and our family for a while and all of that proved pression. But there's one area where I recall. You perhaps underestimate something you said be prepared for a couple of months of something that might look like a lockdown. And now it's feeling like it's GonNa last a lot longer so with that in mind. What preparations are you making now? That the rest of US may end up making for ourselves in the coming days weeks months to prepare for that new reality. I mean I'm I'm busy. I'm working harder than ever were before. And that's given me a sense of purpose that gives me some psychological stability that a lot of other people. Don't have the luck to have. I'm thinking about you. Know what am I going to do to entertain myself? I'm thinking of buying a fishing rod. Becoming one of those old guys on the peers. Is that you know fishing for blue. Here I mean I like Trout Fishing. But it seems unlikely. I'm GonNa get away and do that for a while. So it's just you have to sort of mentally prepare yourself to these things and and Be it said I have visions.

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"next year" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

12:01 min | 1 year ago

"next year" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"People and also went. Icu Intensive Care Unit. Get overwhelmed because some good news on that because the government's modeling and you know. What are they going to Chief? Moore? Does this guy who Neil Ferguson out of Imperial College London and they've said actually we think you overall there I see you. Chrissy won't be overwhelmed so we can be fairly confident. Though quite a lot of people will die probably in the tens of thousands in the UK. The we're not going to see a kind of Italy level overwhelming pricey unit so in the short term. We think of. You're right but that doesn't really help us in the eighteen months might be. We have a vaccine not soap. Tober twenty twenty one which seems like an awfully long time to go. We've been focusing on the UK here but it's probably worth opening up to the world because this is a global pandemic the numbers that we're seeing out of the United States in particular the moment are hugely hugely concerning a narrow renew concerns being expressed by the World Health Organization about the situation in the Middle East. We're expecting SOC- spikes of cases in Southeast Asia and Africa. That have really come on. Come on board yet. So there's an awful long way to go if we're eighteen months away from having a vaccine and countries with the wealth and health support network the United States are getting into trouble kind of terrifying what might happen. Countries that don't have such a levels of resource right. Yeah and I mean this who kind of comes back to the second waving right. So most countries around the world not most but a lot of countries are having significant outbreaks. Now what usually happens is an outbreak peaks. We might have social distancing in the vulnerable population. Go down so so. The epidemic will kind of gradually come to a halt but the the number of cases to start to come down to a low number. Now the problem is as soon as you start relaxing social distancing. What we think it'll happen is that number of infected. Just go up again. This is kind of a you know they call it a second wave and we starting see evidence. Perhaps that happening. In China new imported cases come in as I as I release. These lockdown measures the cases. Kind of go up again. What that might mean that. We have to put in place all around the world and it remains to be seen. How different countries approach? This is something like an intimate social distancing. So what you might have is right now. We've had a period of three weeks of lockdown. Maybe this extends for two months maybe three months you relax it you start to look at the radio transmission soon it starts creeping up again and as soon as the units the ICU. Start to get full up. You put social distancing implies again if you look at the kind of imperial modeling. There's another you know another study out of Harvard. They suggest that you might need this kind of intimacy intermission social distancing to be in place for maybe eighteen months maybe even two years. It's kind of as long as the vaccine and that's probably the situation. We're facing basically if you relax everything. You probably will get second peak right because everyone's vulnerable or most people have honorable student. Come back so we need to think of a way that can sustain you. Stop the second piece happening and try and keep this low of a long amount of time that probably means a lot of disruption for quite a long time and we've even seen this morning in Singapore which is really managed to keep on top of its corona virus outbreak. They're introducing very very strict lockdown measures now having previously to grip on the situation there. So it's a it's a very very likely reality. That will be seeing these social distancing in lockdown measures for many many months and potentially more than a year into the future. There's a lot more detail in Matt's in depth look into corona virus over the next year to eighteen months will include link in the show notes. If you've got any questions for Matt about that story or anything else regarding current ivars scientific and political response podcast. Why don't cut it UK. I'm sure he'll do his best to answer them for you. Our Second Story. This week is about takeaways. Something curious that happened a couple of weeks ago when all of the UK's major chain restaurants nine does Greg's cassie. Mcdonald's Burger King shutdown no takeaways no restaurants. No nothing and yet across the UK. All of your local takeaways are probably still open. So Natasha we asked why and how yeah so in the twentieth of March. Boris Johnson stood at a podium during press conference in decided finally to tell. Cafes pubs spas restaurants to close During that same evening saying you know this is untenable. We need to protect people from the spread of the virus. This is one of his final appearances before getting himself so obviously quite memorable for a lot of businesses. That were on the brink. This was a huge blow They had already been affected by weeks of slow down and people just not showing up to buy anything but it was understandable development now all of these pubs cafes bars and restaurants decided we're just going to become takeaway establishments and they set themselves up as such. The interesting thing is about two days later. Nintendo's decided to put a message on its websites and that message said there was no guarantee that the restaurant could keep either its patrons or its staff safe during the crisis and would therefore have to stop taking orders in quite quick succession. Burger King Greg's KFC McDonald's and others followed seats. These are really really huge names in the industry very very big takeaways anyway and it came as a massive shock to lots of the delivery. Apps relied on the costume. Now this is interesting because obviously you've got these very very big businesses the setup for this function and they found themselves saying we can't offer take ways yet. You'll have your local curry house and Chinese around the corner still open. Even though there are a lot smaller and the kitchens themselves a smaller too so we ask the question of why and I think the injustice well the thank shows the reasons first of all big accompanies food for huge outbreak happened restaurants so no kitchens in the UK a setup for which requires around two meters of separation between members. That just happen in a kitchen. You've got things flying around people moving from space to space that handing a each food working on different stations Is just not set up for that. But a lot of the bigger businesses like McDonald's Burger King Car Ford for hundreds of their workers to suddenly fall. Ill and not able to work. Because it genuinely defies the purpose of ordering all this food and it would hugely impact their supply chain so that that's one of the reasons and the University of Cambridge Expedi- Takes Books Boo. Stephen Baker was talking about The practicalities of it they're worried about knock on effects for facilities and economically speaking. They could actually afford to take that hits so these are really big. Businesses have a huge profit margin. They don't have to worry necessarily about being closed for a few months. Well they have to worry. Obviously as as any business does but they can very much whether the storm. Where is your local curry house? Just conce and this is really interesting because it seemed I kind of naively assumed the shut the restaurants but probably that keep these kitchens open because yeah that's easier and you can do that. We've kind exposing too many people to the virus so this is presumably a huge deal because loads of guessing Nando sees tens of thousands of people every day and McDonald says those people for lunch. So where does that demand goes? Does this mean that everyone's go having run the supermarkets and they're going to struggle to cope with the added pressure. Now yes the is a takeaway nation We've got figures in this piece. Talks about so twenty three percent of adults ordering a takeaway once a week or more a thirty three percent at least once every month This is a huge markets. In in two thousand seventeen it was valued at six point. Two billion in the UK according to statistics so this is huge huge part of the economy. And it's it's really the only thing that signing in the way of more pressure on supermarkets which have been massively overwhelmed throughout this crisis. What happened there was? We saw a failure in the supply chain. They had just just in time. Demand System whereby a small increase on. Everyone's weekly shop meant that the entire system was crumbling down. That's why we saw so many empty shelves that's why we saw. So many cues and so much panic buying because people were basically reacting to the situation and these takeaways. That is still. I mean you see go onto the street. You might not see many cars. You might see many vans but you see a Lotta people on bikes and a Lotta people and a cycles looking to deliver these these goods to people on their door stats. And that's really the only thing that's standing in the way of even more pressure on supermarkets at the moment but the interesting thing here is also you see this. Knock on effect already happening. So the likes of delivery. Just eat and ubereats seeing a bit of a drop in demand. We're not seeing the boom that you would expect. People aren't turning to take way deliveries to to fit the bill and said this is. This is an interesting debate because you think people would do that and it's just not happening. Why is that because I would have thought that that would be a great time to be a delivery driver? Like a shout. You know what I mean. I would've thought the people were ordering more takeaways. They got to restaurants. Can't go out to bars. It's like the one treat your basically allowed but that's not happening. Yeah you'd think so what's happening here is you've got huge amount. Revenue that suddenly disappeared in the space of a couple of days. All of the major restaurants that featured on all of these delivery APPs have just vanished and a lot of people would go to those out specifically to get those products. If you look at the revenue spread of you know the rights of Justice. The likes of delivery likes ubereats. There's huge percentage of this relying on the likes of McDonalds. Kfc and that cohorts suddenly vanished and people aren't going to the APPS to find you know their local establishments is just not happening. Even though these people have stayed open at great risk by the way personally to their front nine staff and trying to do the best they can then not necessarily receiving all of the custom that you would expect from McDonalds is a knock on effect so people aren't using these APPs and there's also huge amounts of concern because they're afraid that if they have any kind of exposure to anyone from the outside world it's going to increase the likelihood of having the virus so there was some good advice that was given good advice. Some basic advice that was given by delivery to its drivers which you can see a really weird video online if we seen watching whether they basically did every drivers to puts their bags on people's does that ring the doorbell knock on the door and then walk away about two meters so that people can collect their goods. This might be good practice. But it's not exactly Giving people a lot of security all that this is a very good way to go about things and so this is all say doesn't really necessarily answer. The question of of you know. Is it the right thing to to have a delivery how to take? Take away out rather than go to your local supermarket and not people are saying no and it goes counter to how people see these food. Delivery APPS is operating connecting all of these local businesses with customers across towns and cities around the world. What's actually happening is they're connecting people to KFC and McDonald's and Burger King so the actual business here has fallen apart the second. Those businesses dropped off the service. And there's another problem here and we're seeing videos being shown line where people saying. You GotTa Wash. Everything you get from the supermarket. You've got to leave or your groceries and the Garrett.

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"next year" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

The WIRED Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"next year" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast

"Coming up today the next year under corona virus the takeaway food conundrum and we delve into the zoom privacy fears. Welcome to the Wild Cape podcast. Essential weekly catch up on all the big stories intech science business and culture. I'm your host James Templeton and joining me this week. Our amick Koala. Hello Natasha and Matt Reynolds. Hello this was the week when Google started releasing mobility reports for more than one hundred thirty countries around the world using data from Google maps. Google is able to quite accurately see how billions of people around the world move in the UK for example. Google Eighty five percent reduction in movement in the retail and recreation centers and a seventy five percent portfolio in people moving around on public transport unemployment claims jumped by almost one million in the UK. This week is people lost their jobs because of Corona virus benefit applications at ten times the normal UK level as the economy descends into recession. This is also the week when experts warn that. We could see a resurgence in diseases like polio and measles because the corona virus is hampering. -CATION PROGRAMS UNICEF has been forced to pause. It sucks nation efforts for fear of spreading the coin of ours and it was fun in the week when the UK government says the target of performing one hundred thousand corona virus tests every day by the end of April after it was criticised for its slow uptake of testing the country past ten thousand tests today for the first time on April the first so as a long way to go before it gets up to one hundred thousand and just quickly on that the government has been saying in the past. The mass testing wasn't part of its strategy. But it's now been saying well. It was people kind of got the wrong end of the stick. So what's really going on here? Yeah it's a bit of a mess to be on this but my sense is early on. It wasn't a case that mass testing wasn't part of its strategy so much as public housing that they couldn't do it they didn't capacity. They didn't think that they can run up. So they fought. Well let's not make main strategy. Obviously they've got so much Criticism from that because you look at Germany or South Korea even places like Italy Iceland as well done loads of testing and it's really quite important for understanding the extended disease that I think the government has been forced with me that she doesn't eat. You ramp this up and the problem is is our two months deficit. We were talking about this back in January. We knew we had to ramp up his testing but it really done and only now are we saying. Oh maybe we should get up to these figures by the end of the month so it has been. It's been a bit of a bit of a situation. Feels like once we out the back of this however long that takes and we'll be talking about this a little later in the podcast. Once we do get to the other side of this. That questions will be asked about how slow the government wants to appreciate the importance of mass testing. So what we learned this week. Let's start with unit. Asha well I was looking into furlough. Which is a weird word that we started using in the UK that word comes from the Dutch word. Verbal off a dashing. If I'm pronouncing that properly but it means leave of absence and so this this was used in the US and it peaked in the nineteen forties according to Amit whose figures I've stolen and is doing so again. As millions of people are trying to find out what the hell that would actually means so that was my fact of the week hype enjoyed that very good good pronunciation. What did you learn this week? I have a non-current ivars factor this week. So you'll you'll be familiar with brain. Scanning which kind of in a wide range of psychological studies is the one that shows the brain kind of lighting up when you think about thing but it's not necessarily as reliable as some psychologists would like you to think and in two thousand nine researches Dartmouth University for a dead salmon in machine and shade the dead Simon Pictures of humans in different sexual situations and they actually found electrical activity in this summons brain. They ran this experiment. Kind of jokingly experiment to kind of highlight some of the floors in analysis of memory. Data's he can kind of like false positives and basically kind of warning to say. Don't necessarily believe what you see in these scams. 'cause actually if you take a face value then this dead. Simon was gonNA proccessing. He went interactions. Why did they use a dead Salmon Presumably they've just been down market day. Look guys I've got a dead salmon. We can have some fun. What did you learn? This might reynolds so island with the online supermarket. Accardo has stopped delivering bottled water to its customers through the corona crisis. The reason is it says the threes up loads of space or lay deliver to an anxious six thousand homes every week so turns out that a lot of people by about water and it uses up a load of space invents. It comes out the TAP. Everyone don't need to buy them much bottled water I also have as sort of corona virus related facts so way recording this podcast via the video conferencing at zoom everyone. That's listening is probably spending an awful lot of their life on zoom so much so that it's now worth thirty eight point two billion dollars which is more than eight times. The valuation of International Consolidated Airline's group which is better known as British Airways and Iberia. That flake are.

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"next year" Discussed on Life in HD

Life in HD

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"next year" Discussed on Life in HD

"NOPE If he stood up astonishingly well at the basic rules which were startling back. Then I'm just making more and more sensitive so true. Oh that's Mitt anything. We've had to change surprising. Chris Kelly thank you for sharing your wisdom with us and on this wonderful work We're GONNA live strong fit and sexy sexy in twenty twenty. I promise you go for it. Thank you in younger next year. Chris Crowley Doctor Henry Lodge give us the blueprint for living healthier longer. Lives when you're thinking about your weight loss and health goals for twenty twenty look beyond simple weight loss I think more broadly about longevity and overall health outcomes exercising six days a week for aerobic and to strength for the rest of your life deterioration deterioration and decay are natural but the rate at which we see. Physical Klein is not a normal part of growing old. According to their research there is a distinction extinction agent k the two right that we can delay the decaying process by changing the signals. We send our bodies the keys to overriding riding the decay code. Our daily exercise emotional commitment reasonable nutrition and real engagement with living but it starts with exercise by taking more control physical fitness and nutrition. We can turn back. The biological clock prevent seventy percent of the normal problems associated with aging that's weakness sore joints and balance eliminate fifty percents serious illness injury and become ten percents smarter. That's how Chris is able to ski. Black diamond slopes in his mid eighties. They get into all the scientists studies behind this lifestyle in the second edition of younger next year. I hope we've we provided you with some proper motivation and tools to be more successful with your resolutions for improved physical appearance and overall health. Thanks for joining us for another life in hd be sure to follow the show for automatic delivery wherever you get your podcast and while you're there be sure to rate the show to help us reach sleeps on Jodi..

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"next year" Discussed on Life in HD

Life in HD

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"next year" Discussed on Life in HD

"Well into your eighties are turning back your biological clock? Would you listen well. That's what we're going to dive into. Here's Today's show show. Can you turn back your biological clock. My next guest says absolutely you can Chris Colleagues as CO author of younger next year live strong fit sexy and smart until you're eighty and beyond welcome here. Well it's it's good to have you here As we begin a New Year I know a lot of folks out. There are interested in making some significant change in their life. I'm being one of them. And so it's it's it's good to to chat about how we can become younger. It seems that That's all we searched for these days. As you and your CO author Dr Henry Lodge maintained that subscribing to a set of physical mental and behavioral rules that we can prevent the normal problems problems associated with aging right that seventy percent of what we feel is aging is optional. Is that right you bet. And Al Seventy percent of normal. All American aging is unnecessary for a lot of us into the great extent. You still as thirty percents of big chunk but to put off seventy seventy percent of that too close to the end of your life. O'Boyle boy yeah. And so that's that's what is intriguing is how do we go about that. Now you yourself are living this lifestyle You have you made some significant change Since starting out in writing this book what some fifteen years ago you bet. I'm eighty five views old through no fault of my own which is astonishing Any eighty five. I've been doing this for a long time. miley active before bumped into Harry and we bought embarked on his book. But then I I dug in six days a week of exercise south and all the rest of it and have a major impact. You know I'm still at this tender age. I'm still we're going to go out aspirin for three weeks and ski this February Ride my bike a lot. I Roy single scull I you know we they're reactive socially and otherwise ASSUME WORK UNTIL TURNING OUT BOOKS I different most people my age are like that and you can be but you gotta work at it. Well so eighty five years old and you're going going skiing and that's that hard mass time and it's quite impressive now before we get to some of the tips. Can you explain how and why these rules are effective. Well the Senate to read the book but it turns out that take aerobic exercise increasing your circulation. Relation has a tremendous impact on the way your body functions. We were designed to have a certain level of activity but most of us are idle in idleness. We turned inflammation mation unwrought. If we exercise our blood is anti inflammatory and makes a huge difference. It Rubik exercises the thing that reduces your risk of having a heart heart attack by fifty percent the same strokes the same most cancers. Those are stunning numbers. And they're absolutely true. Think about it. There's nothing in all of medicine that comes close to that that were just talking about behavioral. Change it's hard to take up an exercise at whatever age but it is so whether an athlete or not doesn't matter just do it. We're we're talking about behavioral change and many of us have behaviors that are not Conducive to living long. Our modern lifestyle is preventing preventing us from from living longer and healthier lives right idol. We eat garbage or isolated. I mean how good is it. So let's jump into some of the tips that you guys offer One exercise six days a week for the rest of your life you right. Don't skimp on the gear to so you guys state that A little extra money out for quality gears important. You Bet you know all this stuff in my tender age. I got you know very fancy bicycles. I think you're still out there on my bike at this age. Just got a pretty good bike. Same on the skis boots. same on the rowing stuff. Yada it encourages. It makes it more fun. it's not the big thing but you know. Let me. Just take a SEC. It just sounds crazy to most people even think about exercising six days week especially starting to get forty fifty or sixty whatever you are it is crazy except that it's the same thing to do with your life. Read the book find out why and then get into. It makes it more different than anything else you can do. Yeah I I exercise Five to six days a week. Some of those days more intense inst- than others What does what does a typical one day of exercise? Look like for you. Well very mind you do two kinds of exercise Aerobic exercise which gets your heart rate up talking. You know cross country skiing. The new spin class biking stuff like that getting your heart rate up. That's one set of things that divided to if you really get into it. You only have two days where you take a comparatively easy with your heart rate say sixty percent and two days. You do some intervals. Where were you really go for it? Most people are never going to get to that second stage but it's worth thinking about then on the other side. You do some strengthening two days a week. And that's the same both days That's a very different thing. It has had two books because strengths. Many takes care different stuff from the from the aerobic things. So number two is do serious aerobic exercises four days a week for the rest of your life. So what's the what's the one that you enjoy most aerobic. I love to bike. I love to cross country ski. WHO's the two big ones for me? Now I like I like to row as well. I like all three of those things And I go to spin class. I think that's a wonderfully efficient way. Way To get a terrific aerobic workout manageable chunk of time. Yeah that's A. That's a good one because those are usually anywhere between forty five minutes in an hour long. Do do say your Internet. The whole thing costs you an hour and a quarter now. NAFF do serious strength training which you just mentioned with weights two days a week for the rest of your life. I'm assuming these are total body workout or you working individ view. Of course they are total body workout. Say from the machines to total body stuff. Get the book. Find out what that means Bear here in mind in the normal course. Darwinian science is working against Darwin. Wants US dead. He wants us to get unfit and fall away so they can put on New People. We don't want that You can over your left to itself. Your body will lose ten percent of your muscle mass every ten years. That's horrendous. The same bone mass basically the same with balance coordination and appropriate action. Those are fierce title forces inside your body. You can overcome them. The six six days of exercise. You can be yourself and not have that muscle not of the boneless Yadda Yadda now moving beyond the physical a number four. You say spend less than you make. Make make a plan for retirement before you retire. I'm assuming you're looking at financial health here. Yeah it is awful terrible in this country. Most people most baby boomers. We're GONNA retired real soon if they haven't already oven saved for retirement and so it's it's a heavy thing but it makes a big difference. The stress arrests and the inflammation that goes with anxiety about debt of you don't want to number five is quit. quit eating crap. Refined carbohydrates. Eighty crap. Man So eighty-five what are you eating today. What's what's what's your meal plan for today? Well look I was GonNa have doing twenty of these interviews interviews today just idea. That's all day I wasn't GonNa have any lunch at all but something somebody cancelled. I snuck out and had a bealty which is not exactly on the menu in the book. Okay okay but but General. I'm pretty good. I'd say I do a lot of Veg- I don't eat any processed food The process who does a bear. That's stuff in the middle of the supermarket. Don't eat this stuff I think about this. Here's a number for us all thirty five percent of the American coury caloric intake is added sugar and and fat this pumped into prepared food. That's insane you don't want that. Don't do that stuff number. Six mental and emotional choices have as much impact as has physical choices. You want to be involved. Where mammals were designed to work together and herbs and packs and families? And so on you want to be involved with other people. The idea of the solitary hero in the western movies and so on. That's a bum guide to life. That's not realistic. We get isolated. We die more and more. The research is showing that people with high. Social capital tend to live longer than than those that do better without. And you can work at it you know you can make a conscious effort. Ah New Friends I was GONNA die on you. My man is a lot Do Stuff convulsively. Yes to fall saying yes stuff. So in connect and commit physical social contact Counteracts the effects of stress. Hormones all that stuff Exercise for life is the single most important factor in maintaining. Your brain fitness. Is something that you guys right. How does that work new stuff and the new book this? This is in the Fiftieth Anniversary edition of look. And that's some work by a man named Hamilton who's a brain surgeon and professor of neuroscience at at the University of Arizona. Really Guy Always Marvelous up and tells we didn't have that in the original book because nobody knew it back. Then they didn't know enough about Hamilton tells the the same things that you do for your body worked for your mind. Physical exercise is very hard for your mind. Your mind to do a lot of stuff you do. Intricate coordinated the whole body exercise. Your mind has to send a tremendous number of singles and it grows and not just the part that runs exercise. Your whole mind grows including the thinking the cognitive heart It's a big deal. That's great stuff Anything else any other significant changes since you first published fifteen.

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"next year" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

07:53 min | 1 year ago

"next year" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz

"They, got all right, so the country music awards I know you are right up there and hundred music. I gotta say why because they tell real songs. And I like I'm a huge fan of rap music. Go really old, fashioned melodies and songs, and the pace you find that now was in the country, and they had a big celebration last night and Stole the show? Yeah, a lot of jokes to anytime dollies around a lot of booby. She's Carrie. Underwood last night said they were talking about the wardrobe backstage and she was, she was curious why Dali always has the biggest wrecks. The whole. Exact I was told to backstage out during a performance Miranda Lambert and her husband, a new husband did not stand or applaud when Blake Shelton performed here. Here's you. Here's my thing, so I respect the fact that he Miranda Lambert. Husband was in NYPD officer the met in Times Square. He was looking after the good morning. America kissel. They met while he was still married and left left his bride for bigger name online, too. I know her. No He's bright. Yes, so he was a cop, was he married or engaged? He was married married to manage, so he's working as a policeman in times square to insecurity GM, days were kind of flirting. Flirted. It. They connected and pretty much just left and left his wife staring them yet, so he did. Horse. We didn't behind his wife's back. He wasn't sneaky. He was like that I can't tell all I know. The fact is the sheep. Of course, Gush I remember to imagine you go home you. Know! Your husband Goes Okay Rob you're going to work later then does. You met who I'm not. There's a story that doesn't get reported very often, but it's true and it's horrible. Story I love this actress but Julia. Roberts husband Danny Motor was married to, and he went to work one day. He worked on Julia movie and he met Julia Roberts. What woman what what's who stands chance and so like your regular great person? She laughs. She seats. That's rough. Your husband goes to work in the morning at six am gets his copy uniform his heart by hunting. Also you later on, and then he never comes back because he's hooked up with Miranda. Why didn't they connected? Yeah, so having she? She still devastated my own. She's moved on. It's been about two years now, but you know it's an now that, but here's the thing he's. He stopped being a police officer. which I understand that, but you know what he's doing now. He's opening with his quote unquote band for his wife. No, he's pretty not yes. He's the opening act, so he gets to go out on tour and he. He got to travel around the world on a private plane. Tells could ever imagine now. See when you're an opening tonight. Rob, you know this to you. Get on the bus on the. You're not on the ultimate. In the main axe, private pilots onto for longtime with Bon Jovi, I spun Jon. Bon, Jovi's publicist and the opening act was mark McGrath sugar. and. John was on a private plane and I think sugar ray was on a bus. The Four Seasons Sugar Ray stayed at the best western like they don't also at the same hotel, but he does because he's married to the boss. He's going to be the opening act. Tonight is the opening around the country, so the copies coming up with a band. He should wear his police uniform. That's no, he's he he now and his whole family was. was born and raised in the police department, and he gave it up for Love, love and a better career bigger name. Oh! No that story. Is a Staten Island boy. How did you so Staten Island Hope Family? He met Miranda and I heard to that before Miranda he what's his name. He was can't remember was very very flirtatious and complementary to many of the staff at good. Morning America American films in Times Square, and it starts early in the morning on air at seven, but the staff get at like five o'clock I used to work for Lara. Spencer I know the GM people pretty well and I was told that was a several people at the show. Beautiful Girl Glock Lampton say I'm. He was very kind to them. And because of his good looks and charm when he should have been to police work he was in the GMAC studio was a regular upstairs in the dress. So it's interesting you say that. you shark tank right, so Barbara Corcoran? CK Very, cheeky, but she was saying to just the other day that if you're good looking, have a great personality and your outspoken very much like you are at times, you're more likely to get the raise. Get the job and get people's attention so I. Really. I'm average looking guy. I think you're a good looking Guy Tyler. I tuned in life. If you just lucky enough to be born attractive. Life is different. People treat you differently. Torch you differently, and he's a very very good looking guy. My friends who work at GM said that they and put him in a copy uniform. People have fetishes. Especially Tourists Times so he he would turn up. He's uniform was pressed. He looked macular had the tight pants on. Magazines like a stripper. And they said that when he wanted all the staff was aware of Brenton. Robin Roberts WHO's gangs? She knew who he wants to do. Amy Robe they all knew like. Oh, there's a cop. They might not know his name they. Never like Oh. When I was on the H. One morning show, we had a camera guy. Who was really hot? Just like so hot we'd sit little table and it was five four three two showcase live. That look into this camera and I could see the guys standing behind the camera and I slide. One day he was on and I got somebody like a regular Cabraha Guide and I. Never thought you were in a bad mood today. Duties staring. Where's My guy? At five o'clock in the body, the only thing that made me happy with this really hot guy and we all knew about onset. Everybody's like Oh all right. Straight night probably nate I i. Met Straightened Eight I was a CBS party at some hotel in baton. Inside. Inside edition and as Stephen, and who's the publicist hair and mean Steve who had one too many cocktails, and we were like being cheeky and Norte. Gilman from telly show. And in walked straight nights and US, like who he was fresh off the bat from La, and I said to Stephen. Is that I hope party stopped the whole room silent. It was a movie. And it's all the Elvis to round. People who looked exhausted forbid since five o'clock at all like slightness. Were dead this hotline. He skin was gold and he just his. Pants tight, and he's still got white teeth, and he rested and everyone else. He's not listening and because we haven't posted this year, but as soon as we post this or even now as we talk about him his ego, he doesn't know why it's happening. He knows his time. Thing when he knows. About if you say. All, right, let's let's finish off with the KARDASHIAN. So We're not gonNA talk about. It less I'm talking about Courtney. Let's talk about chloe because she. She. I get when there's when you break up in a relationship and there's a child involved. Yes, and we want to make it work as best as possible for. The child itself. She seems like things could be leading back to Tristan Thompson I. Know a lot of people around of reports for decades, so she's crazy. For a decade I die so much families pathetic..

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"next year" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"next year" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Would not have recognized her. If you like what you heard just now give us a listen checkout stuff. You missed in history class on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts Situated on the beautiful Cable Beach Mar is spectacular new resort destination. The Bahamas with your choice of three oceanfront hotels the Grand Hyatt SS Rosewood. This is the place to find your perfect blend of luxury relaxation and a lot of fun. Whatever you're looking before you can find it at Baja Mar the Bahamas most exciting culinary destination? The resort is home to over forty restaurants bars and lounges ranging from casual waterside arteries to high end chef driven dining experiences eleven glorious landscape pools acres of Pristine Beach Front and a soothing. SPA offer endless relaxation. While guests find thrills at bomber casino in array of high energy nightspots and at the royal blue the most acclaimed new Gulf wars in the Caribbean maybe just a short flight from the US. Fifty minute drive from the airport. Baja Mar is an easy getaway. Any time of year to book your next vacation at one of the resorts three. I kind of hotels and to explore winter specials including up to thirty five percents savings on your stay yes. Thirty five percent visit. Bottom are dot com. That's Baja Mar dot com B. A. H. A. M. A. R. dot com. Welcome to before breakfast a production of iheartradio. Good morning this is Laura Welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Today's tip is to become more intentional about your time thinking about what you would like life to look like at this time next year. I always love those best of the year lists that come out in the last few weeks of December and I love using this time time to reflect on the past twelve months. Twenty nineteen has brought all kinds of wonderful things to my life like this podcast. I hope that as you reflect the last twelve months you also have much to be grateful for. But as you're thinking of the past I find it's helpful to spend a little bit of time thinking about the future to no one is guaranteed tomorrow but most likely twelve months from now you will be reflecting on another another year come and gone so take a few moments today amid any new year's festivities to picture future you let's say future you quite happy with life. He or she is in a celebratory mood. And this is partly because future you has successfully dealt with whatever is weighing on current you right now think about how you might tell the story of your current problems with their happy resolutions maybe current. You is feeling overwhelmed with work but future you on New Year's Eve next year is is feeling far more in control. Why is that well? Maybe you hired a great new assistant or maybe you raised your rates and moved on from clients. Who Worth your time? Maybe you got a different job. I have no idea how you resolve this particular situation but if you picture the story you might tell you can start to see potential solutions that you can work on now you can also start to plan in what will become the years highlights nights maybe future. You is happy because he or she is more energetic than current you. Why is future you so energetic? Maybe it's thanks to those twice-weekly early morning workouts that you've done consistently as you picture your future self reaping the rewards of your choices. It you become more motivated to talk with your family members or tweak your work schedule to make those workouts a reality now in any case one way or another time will pass the new year starting now but eventually it will end and as all years have ended most likely you will be looking back on your life twelve months from now those twelve months will be filled with something but right now they are completely blank. What they are filled with is up to you? So what will fill this time. If you were to really feel like popping the champagne corks next new years. What would you have done in this time picture? This a happy future you and you can spend the next twelve months helping to make this a reality. In the meantime the Laura thanks for listening. And here's to making the most of our time. Hey everybody I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else. Just connect with me on twitter facebook and instagram ram at before breakfast pot. That's be the number four then breakfast P. O. D. you can also shoot me an email at before were breakfast podcasts. At Heart Media Dot Com that before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so much. I look forward to staying in touch before. Breakfast is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts. From iheartradio visit is it the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Situated on the Beautiful Cable Beach Baja Mar is a spectacular. New Resort. Your destination in the Bahamas with your choice of three oceanfront hotels the Grand Hyatt. SOS and Rosewood. This is the place to find your perfect blend of luxury. Relax station and a lot of fun. Whatever you're looking for you can find it at Baja? Mar The Bahamas most exciting culinary destination. The resort is home to over forty restaurants bars and lounges ranging. From casual waterside eateries to high end chef driven dining experiences eleven glorious landscape pools acres of Pristine Beach Front and a soothing. SPA offered endless relaxation. While guests find thrills at bomber casino in array of high energy nightspots and at the royal. You blew the most acclaimed new in the Caribbean just a short flight from the US and a fifteen minute drive from the airport bomb are is an easy getaway anytime of the year to book your next vacation at one of the resorts three iconic hotels and to explore winter specials including up to thirty five percent savings on your stay yes. Thirty five percent visit Baja Mar dot com. That's Baja Mar dot com B. A. H. A. M. A. R. dot com..

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"next year" Discussed on Before Breakfast

Before Breakfast

07:28 min | 1 year ago

"next year" Discussed on Before Breakfast

"Peyton Hobart was born with a silver spoon a dream to one day become president of the United States fueled by his ambition. PEYTON's first hurdle is becoming class president president at Saint Sebastian High. I he must outwit scheming gold digger the revenge bent ex of his secret lover backstabbers and indifferent high school voters ars indulge in politics of the filthy rich in the politician starring. Ben Platt Gwyneth Paltrow and Jessica Lang now streaming only on netflix welcome to before breakfast production of IHEART radio good morning. This is Laura welcome to the before breakfast podcast. Yesterday we talked about how to kneel and upcoming annual performance orbits review today's tip as more forward-looking. You can plan a great year by writing next year's performance review now now. Here's how this works. If your organization has an annual performance review process at some point in the next few weeks you'll sit down with your manager sure and figure out the past year successes and opportunities for growth or whatever euphemism your organization uses this serves its purpose but has its limitations. Yesterday we talked about recency bias. Whatever happens in October tends to matter more than what happens in February. This is a great opportunity if you handle October right so that's what we focused on though it's kind of unfortunate if you're big wins happened early but most fundamentally the past is done gone over if you had some major disaster in July the time to deal with it and learned from it was in July not in November or December many months later likewise if you had some major success in May that's the point it to analyze what worked so you can benefit from that knowledge immediately. We can't change the past once it's over the future. However is is not so constrained is wide open by figuring out what you'd like to say at next year's performance review you can shape the next year to increase the chances of these victories coming to be so today. Try this exercise. Pretend it is December twenty twenty. If you work for an organization and you'd like to continue working there you could pretend you're sitting down with your manager but you could also just decide that your long term term career is solely in your purview. You're going to give yourself this performance review so it is December twenty twenty and in this there's future vision you are beaming. It has been an amazing year for you professionally. You are popping the champagne corks and celebrating. If this were to be the case what three to five things would you have done to make the year so amazing. Think about what these three to five if things might be and write them down now. It can really be whatever you want you. Maybe this is the year you score that promotion or finally hire an assistant who makes your life easier. Maybe this is the year you bring in a fantastic client launch that networking event you keep talking about. Maybe you've got accepted into a graduate program or you wrote a draft of book you gave a well received talk at your company's. Annual retreat feel free to be specific and also feel free to think think big because the truth is. You don't have to show this to anyone now. I'd encourage you to share any big dreams. You have with people who might help. Don't make them happen but whether you share are not if you know what you'd like to do by December twenty twenty. This can start shaping your schedule over the next year. You can put this list somewhere. You will see every day so it can start informing your schedule choices. If you know you'd like to give a talk at the annual retreat wait you can prioritize looking over the last few years topics and meeting with the organizers. If you'd like to bring a new client you can prioritize going to events where you might meet such people or renewing connections with old colleagues or friends who've taken jobs at organizations that might work with you now of course in life we we need to be open to possibility to can't plan everything if I were to have written by twenty nine thousand nine performance review at this point last year in early October of two thousand eighteen and I would have had no idea that I would launch a podcast called before breakfast in March. I would have had no clue that by the end of the year. Many millions of people apple would have downloaded the show. I am thrilled with this development and it's certainly listed as a twenty nine thousand nine highlight but I wouldn't have anticipated it until I lucked into some late two thousand eighteen brainstorming sessions with the right people however I did know that I wanted to do certain other things I wanted to launch my time management fable Juliette at School of possibilities and I wanted to come up with a new book topic and so I've made time for those things while leaving space for whatever other wonderful opportunities might come up these things are not either or so right next year's performance review now as we know from Stephen Covey's book the seven habits of highly effective people successful sorts tend to put first things first. A big part of putting first things first is knowing what those first things are writing next year's performance review now helps you identify those priorities so you could make them a part of your life in the meantime. This is Laura. Thanks for listening and here's to making the most of our time hey everybody. I'd love to hear from you. You can send me your tips your questions or anything else just connect with me on twitter facebook and instagram at before breakfast pod. That's B. E. The number four then breakfast he od you can also shoot me an email at before breakfast. PODCASTS AT IHEARTMEDIA DOT COM that before breakfast is spelled out with all the letters. Thanks so let's look forward to staying in touch before breakfast is a production of iheartradio for more podcasts from iheartradio visit the iheartradio. APP APPLE PODCASTS or wherever you listen to your favorite shows now a message from Panera bread ask yourself. When was the last time you had a meal that was fresh and filling. 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A 104-year-old Australian scientist will fly to Europe on Wednesday to end his life

Ron and Don Show

00:44 sec | 3 years ago

A 104-year-old Australian scientist will fly to Europe on Wednesday to end his life

"Cheesecake just one hundred but and the four thing years that old he is and looking he had a forward little party to most there was champagne is and dying cheesecake this week but the thing david that he is is tired looking of being forward alive to most he is not sick is but dying he wants this week to die david and is tired in of australia being alive it is he not is not legal sick but he to wants do physician to die assisted and in suicide australia it is not so legal he is travelling to switzerland do physician which is eight thousand assisted miles away suicide it's not so necessarily he is legal travelling in switzerland switzerland either which is eight but thousand i guess there's miles some away kind of a loophole it's not necessarily but it's legal interesting in switzerland this is what either he wants but he i guess says there's some kind i of a loophole would have preferred but it's let's interesting see i greatly this regret is what having he wants reached he this says age i would i much would prefer have to preferred be twenty or thirty let's see years i greatly younger regret having no reached i'm not this happy age i i would want much prefer to die to be twenty it's not or sad thirty particularly years younger what no is sad i'm not is happy if one i want is to prevented die it's not sad so particularly in our state what is at actually sad is is if legal one is death prevented with dignity but it's so only in for our terminally state at ill actually patients is legal so for someone death like david with who

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