24 Burst results for "Nieves"
Pigments: How Houseplant Leaves Get Their Colours
"Thanks for joining me professor knocks Mukunda and we have got some very interesting things to talk about today I have been looking at my house blunt lease for many years and wondering why on earth they are the amazing colors they are, and I'm hoping you're going to Brown provide some of the answers to those questions today in this leaf botany. Special I guess the first thing to ask, and this is really something that I kinda thought I knew. But then when I thought more deeply I realized I have no idea exactly what they are, what are the pigments that turn our plants different colors. So, there are definitely leaves that. Will Pop digman set on Nieves and? Garanti that give beautiful cutters. Examples being anthem silence, which gives the to see join moten. We'd McConnell degrades and then we'll so flavonoids. Give useful. Yellow and orange carrots. And these old ham from when a complex high tech. which is sufficient. Honest but. Cuts pigments actually in the plant with time it's just set. Starts to break down and supervisors. sedating changes. And to. They become pregnant. And so we get to see them and enjoy them. So we've all these different wonderful pigments contributing to the of leaves but what are they actually doing to help plug and to offer different functions have quite a few options are. Actually, so The bright treat cabins and even the you knows oranges. Mainly the attractions who on itunes and to assist sage dispersal. And that will so. The fruit, but that will suspect as protected. So they've perform the function of. UV protection. and. Eight to ask that have pigment in order to deal with the harsh. Light. and. Louise these as protected. And some plots. Use the. Particularly the character Lloyd's. and. Additional pigments who accessory pigments. To insist with voter circuses. So. There are a variety of different functions. At Any Interesting to have an onset have these wonderful kindness often consoles express. Pigments. Stress. So in addition equity. Stressful. These pigments the as. Me East to deal with reactive oxygen species. There are so many different wonderful combinations of colors that we get implants. One thing that I. Often asked is about changes of color implant. So for example, somebody will report the their cactus or succulent. They've moved its location on it. Suddenly gone taking on a red tinge is not some kind of retrospective action by the plant to protect itself. Is it a kind of a stress response when you get those red tinges what actually is and I'm really glad you've mentioned. Documents and too high because they often produce a different set of pigments. And these are known as e two lanes and he troot has that very deep. Ribs hip he read Jala. and. This would be. Detailing that it's actually juice and with the lanes again, some of 'em yellow, some are gonNA slash orange men of the rate. And it's fascinating that. Group of plants which belong to the order of curiosity. Quite, a hard one to pronounce. May. They has evolved metabolism and some of them generate signed INS, and it's often dependent on which hots of the tenets that the Itchy femme. So the red really a day for protection. And to protect the plunge from ultraviolet nights and it is also related to stress. So in prompts stressed the May start to. Generates visualized on pounds that actually deuce their ability to cope with a particular stress.
'Dancing With the Stars': '80s Night
"Dancing with the stars. So it was eighties night, which meant a great deal of bad hair a great deal. Male and female bad hair bad here all the way around bad here for the host bad here for everybody. And costumes of exceptional cheesiness. And for Justina Machado, having to give herself a shower onstage. Stay true to flashdance you suffer for your art girl you go. And dancing that was. Generally not great but. Colorful. Shiny colorful. and. Harry. Yes Fair so much. So what did you think anything stand out to you. I quite liked Nieves quickstep it got dissed by the judges and I. Agree I thought that was good I liked. Watching Nellie tonight I did too. I pretty much enjoyed them all along. I. Think he's looked like he's throwing himself into it gratifying way but tonight was particularly good. Yeah I. It's not that I haven't liked him in the past I just thought that he he did a good job tonight. Yes. So he was fine. I don't know I did Kaitlyn. Doing the Tango. I didn't that didn't seem like a Tango Song Me Song. I. Think Law now with their like revenge of the nerds costs on. That didn't make any sense to me like no. The three, you know the combination of dance style music and production design was yes. Wacky and then yes, I had the same issue with this as I did with the Disney night. Songs, which is when they're all king played by Rachel live. Stay sound weird. Songs you've been hearing for. Forty years. Yeah that is that is distressing. I did like justinas downs and just because I'm predisposed to earn about what? And I liked AJ? Well it was hard to overlook the preponderance of bad hair. And I don't know how well his dancing necessarily was, but that's such. A Nice be wall song and Shirl was just had that big dress was just swooping all around. So beautifully, I really enjoyed watching that. Yeah. Yeah. Like a particularly good. You know wedding dance maybe look they practiced huge. So I would just you know done without all the hair extensions but okay. by I thought that was a really pretty down. So I give them some parts. For that Nice, and also just because Aj seems to be having a really good time and throwing himself into the. Spirit of the Mirror Ball. So I appreciate that I will give points for that. Yeah. Although I do I feel like most everybody is except for Jesse who said goodbye tonight? I think I may not. That was a merciful elimination though I shall be sorry to not see much Sharon in her pink hair. Yes but Yeah, he seemed like. that he is maybe than thinking better of this. This little plan. Yeah. Someone. Had for him right exactly. So, yeah. I don't think he's GONNA be bad. I hope not but Yeah. It was. It's an interesting group because there's nobody that really stands out as being pretty exceptional I mean. Johnny. Is Probably the best dancer, but he's not this kind of dancer and so yeah if you give them a contemporary teen that's right up his alley. Does well, but he's not going to do well at the ballroom. It doesn't seem right. So and there's some people who have a little bit certainly I'm sure the cheerleading coach has a movement experience need was talking about his experience. But there's nobody there's no ringers I. Don't think. Yeah. They all have a certain degree of uncertainty and counting. With, panicked is there dancing. So you know in various degrees of their pro yelling at them right? Well they're moving. Right. So it's it's kind of refreshing, but also makes it less exciting to watch. But. Holy Cow, the fake audiences excited. And they get mad when Do. Booing of the judges we know it's you know it's not humans stop at. Stop, that's reliant. Stop ferries to knock applause just I keep I keep getting into it and then realizing wait a minute. This is out of the CAN. But somebody's having a good time. There's somebody in the control room who is just having a ball. And I salute that person right? They are burning their paycheck. Hoots this is this is one we need the boost this favorite people clapping along yes. Yikes. They have something that's on the be where they can do that. Same Yeah. Well, I was complaining about this to my husband and he says, Oh yeah, they're doing that with baseball too. So I guess fake cheering yes. I was actually I noticed that the other day we were watching a game. Is, is that fake stand noise that they're doing? So, apparently, we are not to be trusted to. On our own without the sounds of other humans it would just be to ghostly. K.. Twenty twenty so. Heck Yeah. Stream. screamingly weird and you know we can continue to just. BE ANNOYED AT TIRA wasting time spending like half a minute talking to Nellie about arcades like s if anyone's GonNa talk let it be the celebrity themselves or let him read the judges like don't rush them right right through their critique only. So you can reminisce about arcades like yes. Yes. Don't rush into the critique in also A. Used to be on this show that there was time for the eliminated couple to say goodbye there was even a time where I believe they got a little last dance or like a little montage or something. Yeah. Yeah yes. If you could take all of the inane questions, you might have enough time for a proper sendoff or at least smile wave. Yeah, I guess they feel that they're outsourcing the send off to GM, and so it doesn't they don't need to do it here but they need to do it here because I'm GonNa Watch that right and it's just such a bum's rush every week. At least leave probably don't have to get on an airplane and fly to New York to Jimmy this year I'm hoping they letting them do it virtually. No may be so. Yeah everything is. Not, yet somehow I have not yet adjusted my thinking to realize that everything is that way, right? So. Yeah. That's probably right. Well. I don't know a theme nights like this are not my favorite. Especially when they just The. Speaking of the dials they turn up the cheesiness dial two, twelve year I just would rather have pretty costumes and hair and. You know dances that just exists to be a pretty dance
"nieves" Discussed on Math & Magic: Stories from the Frontiers of Marketing
"Truly helping leave the category in an advanced place for the new generations do you think you getting that. opened people's eyes to hey maybe I can do it too that this has been something that uh others want to do especially women or younger people like you absolutely I think that Tequila category is for anyone that feels passion and he's interested in devoted to giving the professional assume it requires I'm part of the professors that started the first executive course in University of Kara called Technical Taylor and now the new generations can go to the other while I had to take a masters we to come into the category with much more academic backgrounds for those who don't know the geography Guadalajara's very near Tequila yes it's in the state of Halley score in the university is something you should it just hold on a second with those we got so much more to talk about we'll be back after a quick break when it comes to market your business it's about reaching the right audience at the right time and connecting them with the message that will resonate the most you know for us the question is okay that's great idea one of the tools well what we have today that we never had is linked in had this twenty years ago even ten years ago this level I can only imagine what kind of impact could have had that with a community of six hundred and thirty million professionals Lincoln you have access to the world business leaders decision makers plus the people who influence those decision makers the practitioners doing the hands on work today and tomorrow future leaders everyone who matters to your breath plus Lincoln's powerful targeting tools help you zero in on reaching the right audience down to their job title company name industry and more better targeting equals a message your customers care about which in turn leads to more trust with your customers and according to a recent survey seventy one percent of people use information from linked in to make informed business decisions now this is what I love about linked at this is a company that's willing to stand behind the claims they make so redeem a free one hundred dollars Lincoln Credit and launcher burst campaign go to link dot com slash magic that's linked Dan dot com slash magic for your free one hundred dollars added credit terms and conditions apply.
"nieves" Discussed on From Scratch
"I wanna switch to your bottling. Can you describe for those who don't see it what the bottles look like and how they're made. When we founded the company we wanted to really sell mexican craftsmanship. We tried to get inspiration from over mexico and found and exhibiting them u._c._l._a. Out of the popular in mexico city and they had an exhibit specifically of the history of glass in mexico <hes> we found a very beautiful a lot of working apothecary bottles <hes> <hes> in a lot of work in the traditional handing raving method of pepitas beata meaning small seeds. Yes we took that idea and work with a local mexican unbottled producer to produce a antique decanters but may modern and all of these he's done by hand in addition to the glass itself which which has this pepita engraving on. It's also <hes> each bottles hand signed <hes>. Can you describe that because we're a small batch producer <hes> we number every bottle by hand and obviously with a date of when we bottled it are produced specific batch and in every bodily san signed by two stroke. Lead little is becoming garcia in belton liz. I've been coming was the first person that i <hes> that i convinced to be part of the team and when we did our first batch we realized allies that we both had the same initials his name he's been coming to see silence so we didn't have to fight over who is signing the bottles so depending on who's in in in our production facility either one of us who signing the bottles. The brand is only <hes> since two thousand nine the name itself casa drug on us has a deep history drug awareness referred to the queen's cavalry which lived in the town of san miguel de yesterday which is kind of your the cultural heart of the company. Can you explain the history of drug onus new mexico that that are going to <hes> were that were living in million in san miguel allende is one of the most elegant colonial hill towns in the heart off mexico that is where already fourth generation of spaniards living in new spain and they were a little bit tired of all the changes in that were born crown own as well as all the taxes that they had to paint the crown so they masterminded the movement of mexican independence from san mateo leeann. The first conspiratorial meeting happened there in san meal and and because we're doing something we're trying to be rebels in our own category we got really inspired by their rebellious spirit and the spirit of independence and my <hes> my business partner bob pittman pittman hasa housing send me that actually was the stables of that goons and as a nod to that into independent ethos <hes> you have the number sixteen on your logo which was the the date of independence <hes> september sixteenth eighteen ten yes and as well as a coincidence. That's the actual address of the house is sixteen in the caller of our box. He's actually the color of their flag in has tones of blue that that's where we got the inspiration. I'm jessica sokaia harass. You're listening to from.
"nieves" Discussed on From Scratch
"I'm jessica harris. This is from scratch. My guest is bare. Tug gonzales kansallis nevis co-founder of the tequila brand casa drug onus costs edge rogue owners is a joint venture between her and bob pittman the founder of m._t._v. madonna martha stewart oprah and bernardine chef eric repair are among casa dragoons celebrity fans. The first batch of casa drug onus about at twelve thousand bottles was launched in two thousand nine berto grew up in mexico city. Welcome thank you jessica. I'm excited to be here. I want to talk first about tequila in general. Could you describe exactly what year to kill it consists of of course there's five official plus vacations of tequila in our appellation of origin blanco blanco hoven ripple saddle on yahoo inexpensive when i can say that in english white young rested aged and extra aged for are holding in particular when we found the owners we set on a quest to produce a true sipping tequila and we had the home in style was the style that wasn't going to enable us to truly deliver a spirit that invited you to sep and to savior and that actually paired well with food tequila comes from the gavee plant. I i think of you know a garvey syrup a sugar substitute but can you describe the guy they plant and how you make use of it. Most people think that i got as cactus test. It's not a cactus is actually belongs to the solent family and he's actually closely related to the lily. It's really very noble. Plant in latin it means means admirable and noble and the plant is a plant that that takes eight to twelve years in average to be ready to be harvested and what you're looking for in the plant is you're looking look into key to harvest your plans when they have the most concentration of sugar reduction the heart of the plants and then you ferment that and or you take the sap from that heart that's correct you said it takes eight to ten years for the plant to grow and that's why it's my understanding. A lot of tequila have other sugars in it because the harvesters don't want to wait eight to ten years and yet your tequila has only the a garbage sugar. Yeah i mean we only one hundred percent taghavi. We are going on the route of producing very small batches that have ex- very strict attention to detail to be able to stand on the shelf with categories that that have been in the luxury segment for very long time incidentally <hes> the flowers of the agabi plants are pollinated by bat. Can you explain that there's there's the plant is pretty incredible has a diversity of ways of reproduction the plant actually clones elf from its roots and grossly halos that then grow around the plant and you wait on average one or two years to actually take the willow and then planted in a new field that is most traditional way of <hes> in our category of actually reproducing the plants if you let the plant grow it's a stem which is his fifteen to twenty feet long stem grow very beautiful white flower at the end <hes> those that is the that is planned as pollinated by bats. Do you have a plan in your apartment. I don't have i've tried it but the plant release looking for the right temperature. One of the most important factors are nighttime climates climates because he's a mac thai plant the dosage photosynthesis at nighttime so it's probably not a coincidence that this nocturnal plant is pollinated by nocturnal. I animal that's correct..
Death rates increasing for U.S. adults aged 25 to 44
"Nieves death rate in America is rising for young and middle aged adults for Americans between the ages of twenty five and forty four these numbers are grim the CDC says between the years twenty twelve and twenty seventeen death rates for those young adults in those approaching middle age increased dramatically though not as dramatically for Hispanic adults for whites and blacks the death rate in that age group shot up twenty one percent for Hispanics the death rate was up thirteen percent experts say when young adults diets often because they've hurt themselves most commonly and drug overdoses and suicidal respond and Scott
"nieves" Discussed on WEEI
"Nation radio so the open championship wrapped up today for those of you who are Nieves it's the British open for those of you who are scholarly and his the open championship from poachers Northern Ireland the Irish Shane Lowry with the wrong away victory fifteen under par wins by six shots now to give you an idea of what six shocks as a victory margin is at the open only three times in forty years has someone one by at least six shots Lou you stays in in twenty ten Tiger Woods in two thousand Tiger Woods of course didn't make the cut V. defending champ Francesco Molinari he finished tied for eleventh I love to say that name but I'm just go Melina I feel like I'm doing like a TV commercial for jarred spaghetti sauce job but just coming in now you knew your show in that now what I love garden fun just came out in a I don't know he's got a great name it's a fun one it's got a great you know that that one's one of my favorites it's it's up there with generally yes yeah you do there's gonna be a hockey one some people just blessed with great names that roll off the tongue there's a Brooks Cup there's a great golfer he'd probably had the best year but Brooke stop what what's tough guy does not sound like but I just Molina you're going on a trip but we're gonna stay how much will it cost well by booking on best hotel rates dot com that's still tell rates dot com work with all the top hotels in the country while delivering great hotel.
Notre Dame Cathedral, Christian Dior And Gucci Nieves discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"French billionaires and their companies are stepping up with multi-million dollar pledges to help rebuild Notre Dame cathedral company that owns Louis Vitton, Christian Dior and Giovanni. She has promised two hundred million euros and the family that controls the company with the brands Gucci Nieves. Saying the wrong as pledged one hundred million donations began with the president of the ill the France department. Where Paris is located her name is Valerie pick Chris had given ten million euros
"nieves" Discussed on From Scratch
"Max factor, and I worked every summer there. And I had the chance to discuss with my father, every type of packaging, and every type of role mind, if I shampoo work to revoke cream was better. And then he sold it when I was in my before I turned twenty. So I was very upset because I thought that I could do a career there. But I'm we'll forever be thankful that I was able to find my own passion. So how did you stumble into the business of tequila I stumbled into the business of tequila, I was elected by the Japanese government to represent Mexico program Japan in part of my training. I got invited to visit some of the top Mexican industries to be able to speak about them eloquently and one was at tequila category. So I spent a couple of days in score. And after the after the second day, I call my parents. And I say no what I wanna do. I wanna go into the key. Strain. They were like. Okay. You know, early twenties. Maybe flavor of the month. We'll see and it was not the flavor of the month. Well, thank you Japan. Be. Thank you Japan. Yeah. So you eventually got to the United States. You you got an MBA from north western business school and after business school you worked for Grupo Cuervo, which makes Jose Cuervo tequila, and you are with them for a decade. Yes. Are so for you, basically learned the ropes of of tequila when you said, okay, I want to start tequila company. How did you find Bob Pittman or how did he find you to to go into this together? How did you meet we met in a party in Williamsburg Brooklyn in Brooklyn in with a common fronts that were celebrating their tenth year anniversary here, I am, you know, terrace in Brooklyn, and I'm talking to the founder of MTV. He's like what are you doing? I'm like, well, I mean, that's key industry. And what do you do? Oh, let me tell you. I have all these ideas. I've always wanted to produce tequila. Let's sit down and talk. And you know, in New York, you never know so two weeks later, we were in his office talking about KUA and his passion, determination, enterpreneurial nature and understanding of the Mexican culture really took me by surprise. So he had at the time his house in semi day. I n day he was already spending all of his summers, and send me a lydian, then pay somebody read and non more non Mord by the Mexican culture and really really serious about tequila. Sure. What are the chances? What are the tenses from there? You know, the conversation has got more formal. And then I you know, we decided to really do this business together. So I worked on a business plan and presented it to his to him into his private equity firm. And that's how we got started. And literally they lend me an office space in in Bob's office. And I came in with the time with my blackberry and my notebook and the phone and we started from scratch. So do you feel that that Bob's interest helped to? Escalate your seriousness about the pursuit. I mean, definitely that gave me another set of an engine said like the these could be happening. And we had the deal that we were not going to be able to innovate and truly expand. The repertoire we were going to abandon the project. In addition to Pitman later. Investors include Jeff Bezos of Amazon Frederick fa Cai. Tom Frison, the former CEO Viacom and Ryan Seacrest for me. The most intriguing part of this list is Jeff Bezos Obama's on. What was surprising to you about like, this roster of investors everything about it was surprising to me the having the opportunity of central manure to have access to these incredible executives and brilliant minds to help me craft. So has Jeff helped you in any way, or has any of these people kind of giving you all those house, helping her examples all of them have helped me I mean Dumfries done in one of the meetings that we had our he decided to give..
"nieves" Discussed on From Scratch
"I'm Jessica Harris. This is from scratch. My guest is bear hug Gonzales NIA, this co founder of the tequila brand CASA drug onus CASA Dragoon is joint venture between Bertha and Bob Pittman, the founder of MTV Madonna, Martha Stewart Oprah and Laburnum, Dan. Chef Eric repair are among CASA Dragan sue celebrity fans. The first batch of CASA drug onus about twelve thousand bottles was launched in two thousand nine berto grew up in Mexico City. Welcome. Thank you. Jessica excited to be here. I want to talk first about tequila in general. Could you describe exactly what year to kill it consists of of course, there's five official plus if occasions of tequila in our appellation of origin Blanco Hoven silo on Yahoo. Annex neck when I can say that in English, white young rested aged and extra aged for our home in particular when we found the onus we set on a quest to? True, sipping tequila, and we thought that the in style was the style that wasn't going to enable us to truly deliver a spirit that invited you to set and to savior and that actually paired well with food tequila comes from the guy plant, I think of a as syrup is like a sugar substitute. But can you describe the guy they plant and how you make use of it? Most people think that I got as cactus is not a cactus. A sexually belongs to the sickle and family, and he's actually closely related to the leelee. It's really a very noble plant in Latin. It means admire -able and noble and the plant is a plant that takes eight to twelve years in average to be ready to be harvested, and what you're looking for in the plant is you're looking to keep to harvest your plans when they have the most concentration of sugar reduction in the heart of the plants, and then you ferment that and and or you take the sap from that heart. That's correct. You said it takes eight to ten years for the plant to grow. And that's why it's my understanding a lot of tequila have other sugars in it because the harvesters don't wanna wait eight to ten years, and yet your tequila has only the garbage sugar. Yeah. I mean, we only produce one hundred percent tug Ave, we are going on the route of producing very small batches that have ex- very strict attention to detail to be able to stand on the shelf with categories that have been in the luxury segment for very long time. Incidentally, the flowers of the plant are pollinated by a bat. Can you explain that? There's the plant is pretty incredible. It has a diversity of ways of reproduction the plant actually clones itself from its route and grossly Hoiles that then grow around the plants, and you wait on average one or two years to actually take the willow and then planted in anew field that is most traditional way of in our category of actually reproducing the plants. If you let the plant grow, it's stem, which is a fifteen to twenty feet long stem that grows very beautiful white flower at the end, those that is that is a planned us pollinated by bots. Do you have a guy plant in your apartment? I don't have an I've tried it. But the plant released looking for the right temperature one of the most important factors is a night time climates because he's a MAC type plant that does it for to this at nighttime. So it's probably not a coincidence that this nocturnal plant is pollinated by nocturnal animal..
"nieves" Discussed on Get Up!
"It's going to be a good weekend. Really. Interesting. And on this football Friday, I've got Louis Riddick here. We're going to look at some of the biggest games coming up on the Sunday schedule. His gotta give us the keys to the victory in the opening drive, which is brought to you by Firestone. And here we go. The game, everyone's talking about Louis Nieves, patriots. What is the key to this game? It's going to be the defense is going to be the chiefs defense on first down. Look, they're the worst defense in the NFL at allowing opposing offenses, the game, poor plus yards on first down so they can't get Tom Brady to third-down hit off the football field. Guess what? Patrick Mahomes can't get on the football field. We can't be lighting up. The scoreboard deepens, you'd better do some work on first down because if Tom Brady's is hidden down at the purse down in Patrick can't get on the field. You can't score. You can't win the time the raise up in this game. James pats on Sunday night. Let's get to Steelers and Bengals still no Levy on critical game in the AFC north, what's the key? Yeah. Here's going to be about the Steelers pass defense last week against the Atlanta Falcons. You saw them actually start to put some. Things together, you saw fundamentally in the secondary, the covered principals seem sound their damaged people at the line of scrimmage. They're providing help to the number one wide receiver. Threats in that game was fully Jones and taken away the number one threat. And then the pass rush was doing their work, but the Cincinnati Bengals have some people on the perimeter that can get air at the Tyler Boyd has become one of those phenomenon this year that all of a sudden has become a breakout star that people going, where's this guy bed? And when you pair him with day green, you'd know they can light you up Stevens pass defense that you have to show up once again and then bears and dolphin Chicago off a bye watch the Kate. This is all about my boy Maserati when stuff, but I call him if that's what I call Roddy mid Ferrari. Pat. I got news for everybody. It's about this is was the last game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers an aberration or was this the to Mitch Trubisky that we're going to see that was worthy of being the second overall pick, but the big bucks they play defense like like a pop Warner team, they can't cover anybody. So can they down to Miami, could midst kind of duplicate what he has done? What he. Did a couple of weeks ago against Tampa Bay bucks if he can this team win the NFC north Grady, this team will be serious, Super Bowl contenders soup for the NFC this year. So So Lutely. Lutely maybe a step my head over a year ahead, right? If they do that, the Khalil Mack trade goes down. Why believe that this has to do his part, we will get back to much more football as we continue with Louis Riddick in all morning long on this football Friday. But I've got another basketball story that I've got to get you to hear. I just quickly set it up with this preseason action last night,.
"nieves" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"I think that that story line really plays out and and I think you'll pick up on exactly what when Allen just talked about, but Allen, does it make you does it frustrate you make you angry when you hear people attack science or attack scientists as being self serving or having gender win for the most part when I talked to people like you and I, I don't know that we've actually met personally, but I certainly know of you and your reputation, and I know all of the other colleagues and let science. I know that there's a passion, a legitimate care about what we're doing. It's not about any of those things your daughter, you saw the value of scientific research and science progress in technology in your own household. I mean, so that that has to be a little bit frustrating or is it it is at times you know, the word I use more often than anything else. Sad. I, I'm, I'm angry at times. I'm frustrated at times when you see parts of science anyway, coming up against political or economic agendas, delivered attempts to discredit or fracture that those who are responsible for that are are worthy of our anger. I think the sadness comes more in that it it, it's affected in. So you see people in all walks of life whose own lives are potentially being affected and being worsened by that strategy and and that bums me out. Yeah, I think that's why this let speak was so important because as I've often said, you know, you and I are. We come from academia and there is a tendency among some of our colleagues, not all tickets. Wanna stay in the ivory tower and publishing in our journals and going to our conferences and science meeting talking to peers. But if we're not out there sort of talking about science. Talking about its value or even how of fighting kitchen table issues in your. Certainly that in more there are certainly people with genders and with ideologies that will fill that gap. And so I think we would have to be there. What what do you see is the role of academics and scholars in this sort of broader science communication? I agree. I mean, I couldn't agree more. I mean, and you know, I mean, you're a terrific example of that. Marshall one I've actually used in my own classes and talking to my grad students in the past of that, you know, I just think we can't escape a responsibility as scientists to do our best to take some of our time to get the word out. That's part of what we do. And frankly, you know, for those of us who who get support, whether it's foundations or from from federal agencies, I mean, that's part of it too. Were we? We are quite literally doing our work for the people, and so we should take on the responsibility of. Helping to share that information. I will say that, you know, I think there's a two fold thing in there when you're talking about the kind of institutions were part of is that we need to do it as individuals. And then the institutions that support science need to do, the things to support that to have that be part of a of of their mandated mission. I wanna I wanna play a clip here at the clip about science saving your daughter. Sciences, in one sense, I suppose always been personal for me because it's what I chose to do a cared about it. Without question, it came personal, very different way in the last. For years now. Starting with Nieves diagnosis and through everything that's happened since. Since I started becoming a scientist, things have changed to lock. And that's what concerns me when I was first in this, of course there were debates, there was climate denial. There were all these things, but the tenor of the discussion, the fundamental trust and science, all of those were far better than what I see today. If we don't restore that trust in science, I think we're in real trouble. I watched as science literally changed the lives of my daughter, my wife. I started a scientific path with an interest in medicine. Despite that started working in a field biology. And then got interested in research science through class in ecology too. Early stuff I did was trying to understand that as the climate changes the temperature goes up..
Cher Will Bless The World With An ABBA Cover Album
"Dollars in unpaid fees and damages death for representatives have now. Confirmed he had settled meaning that they plan trial for next month will no longer go, ahead That's probably a smart move yeah that is a smart move that was a real that's a real disaster he's got other troubles to going on I, mean that's just one and that's settled and there are others that need. To be dealt with Jani share will be releasing a full album of covers, soon the Aspen falls her role in the sequel film mama. Mia here we. Go again plays ruby. The mother of Donna and. Sophie and Sophie's grandmother she said on the. Today show this, morning that after she did for Nando she thought it'd. Be really fun. To do, a. Full. Album of Abu songs scam though she did not provide any details. On when the would be released the singer revealed that she didn't take any straightforward approach to a rendition. Saying it's not what you think of when you'd hear an song she looks amazing I know she does I think this'll be fun she'd be the perfect person to do that it'll sound. Different but she's still got that kind of disco by going she totally died I'm coming In our tipsy segment today at, about ten forty five we'll give you some of the secrets. Of shares to. Staying young ooh yes. I want this I'm so. Glad I'm going to be here and on. TV tonight we, have watch what happens live on Bravo it looks like. Live Tyler and. Native need Neve campbell My little girl's name. Is Nieves so maybe I'm getting used well bilby Andy Cohen guest tonight and watch what happens live. On Bravo and we have the third season finale of humans. On AMC that's the latest here from my talk for more stories like these. And everything entertainment head on over to mytalk, one zero seven one. Dot com Updates at the, top of every hour Plus get extended dirt alerts at eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty Hour and now it's the Donna and Steve show on.
Family of five dies in apparent murder-suicide in Delaware
"In haiti for a few extra days a missionary group from oakland county is finally back on us soil don lee of oakland township and his wife led the group to haiti for the mission trip but they had no way of coming home for three extra days after its government suspended a fuel price hike causing widespread violence across the capital but lee says they were surrounded by great people for the entire time that people were serving or serving us which is really cool like i ran a close right 'cause i gave on my clothes and the hatred women we'll let me washington they washed all my clothes ahead on the ground every day and they they're cooking for us it was half of the group of forty four the came home on monday with the rest expected back in michigan late last night an incident involving a home invasion has the actions of a ferndale officer under investigation ferndale police say this all folded at home on spencer yesterday morning a woman called police saying that a man she previously had a personal protection order against came into her home uninvited she took off to a nearby business police caught up with the man who is climbing over the guardrail along the eight mile service drive there was a struggle and the officer fired a taser the suspect fell fifteen feet onto the concrete below is serious injuries and is in the hospital the ferndale police department turning over the investigation into the officers use of force to the oakland county sheriff's departments a couple and three young children were found fatally shot at their delaware home in what police describe as a murder suicide reporter alicia nieves is at the home in prices corner with more police say the husband matthew edwards shot the kids his wife and then himself yesterday inside their prices corner home this is so say by social say this neighbor realize today she heard the moment the family was killed just sound like papa so i didn't even paid any mind is a was just a couple of days ago no one in this community could have imagined what was happening in the home especially because the family always seemed so happy matthew edward was often seen being a doting father you know my wife and iron in shock really don't believe it zero it's wbz news time twelve thirty six the michigan red cross now offering more services than ever before united way for south eastern michigan is teaming up with the red cross to expand services like emergency food housing shelter health support and mental health treatment in areas where they're critically needed.
"nieves" Discussed on From Scratch
"Helped to escalate your seriousness about the pursuit i mean definitely that gave me another set of an engine said like the these could be happening and we had the deal that he we were not going to be able to innovate and truly expand the repertoire we were going to abandon the project in addition to pitman later investors include jeff bezos of amazon frederick fa cai tom frison the former ceo viacom and ryan seacrest for me the most intriguing part of this list is jeff bezos obama's on what was surprising to you about like this roster of investors everything about it was pricing to me the having the opportunity central preneurs to have access to these incredible executives and brilliant minds to help me craft so has jeff helped you in any way or has any of these people kind of giving you all these house helping what are examples all of them have helped me i mean tom i in one of the meetings that we had he's added to give a bottle to oprah winfrey for her birthday and that opened a whole new door i can tell you i mean obviously starting with bob bob from the way to balance a balance sheets to like how do you look at a business how do you start a business where you spend when you don't spend how do you build excitement with your team having that chance to actually pitch or share our business with jeff vessels and having to open all of our information for him to become an investor also makes us much stronger viable venture so you've certainly had a lot of support by just the celebrity community in in terms of being fans and also your investor base what has been harder for you than you thought there was some times where you like when you start and you start with twelve thousand bottles and you selling bottle bottle to one each restaurant and one each retailer and i'm talking about mexican the us right i mean and you are with your own tennis shoes on the street doing this.
"nieves" Discussed on From Scratch
"We're like okay you know early twenties maybe flavor of the month we'll see and it was not the flavor of the month well thank you japan be thank you japan yeah so you eventually got to the united states you you got an mba from north western business school and after business school you worked for grupo cuervo which makes jose cuervo tequila and you're with them for a decade yes are so where you basically learned the ropes of of tequila when you said okay i want to start tequila company how did you find bob pittman or how did he find you to go into this together how did you meet we met in a party in williamsburg brooklyn in brooklyn in with common fronts that were celebrating their tenth year anniversary here i am you know terrace in brooklyn and i'm talking to the founder of mtv he's like what are you doing i'm like well i mean that's key lines what do you do oh let me tell you i have all these ideas i've always wanted to produce tequila let's sit down and talk and you know in new york you never know so two weeks later we were into his office talking about killa and his passion determination interpret rural nature and understanding of the mexican culture really took me by surprise so he had at the time his house in semi day i n day he was already spending all of his summers and send me lillian than fred and a non mord by the mexican culture and really really serious about tequila sure what are the chances what are the tenses from there you know the conversation has got more formal and then i you know we decided to really do this business together so i worked on a business plan and presented it to his to him into his private equity firm and that's how we got started and literally they lend me an office space in in bob's office and i came in with the time with my blackberry and my notebook and they gave me a phone and we started from scratch so do you feel that that bob's interest.
"nieves" Discussed on From Scratch
"And that's why it's my understanding a lot of tequila have other sugars in it because the harvesters don't wanna wait eight to ten years and yet your tequila has only the garbage sugar yeah i mean we only produce a hundred percent taghavi we are going on the route of producing very small batches that have very strict attention to detail to be able to stand on the shelf with categories that have been in the luxury segment for very long time incidentally the flowers of the plant are pollinated by a bat can you explain that there's the plant is pretty incredible has a diversity of voice of reproduction the plant actually clones itself from its route and grossly halos that then grow around the plants and you wait on average one or two years to actually take the willow and then planted in anew field that is the most traditional way of in our category of actually reproducing the plants if you let the plant grow it's stem which is a fifteen to twenty feet long stem that grows very beautiful white flower at the end those that is the that is a plant as pollinated by butts do you have a plant in your apartment i don't have an i've tried it but the plant release looking for the right temperature one of the most important factories are nighttime climates because he's a mac type plant that does it for two cintas is at nighttime so it's probably not a coincidence that this nocturnal plant is pollinated by nocturnal animal that's correct i wanna switch to your bottling can you describe for those who don't see it what the bottles look like and how they're made when we found that the company we wanted to really sell mexican craftsmanship we tried to get inspiration from all over mexico and found and exhibits in that moselle their popularity mexico city and they had an exhibit specifically of the history of glass in mexico.
"nieves" Discussed on From Scratch
"I'm jessica harris this is from scratch my guest is bear tug gonzales nia this co founder of the tequila brand casa drug onus casa dragan is joint venture between bear and bob pittman the founder of mtv madonna martha stewart oprah and laburnum chef eric repair are among casa dragan is's celebrity fans the first batch of casa drug onus about twelve thousand bottles was launched in two thousand nine berto grew up in mexico city welcome thank you jessica i'm excited to be here i want to talk first about tequila in general could you describe exactly what year to kill it consists of of course there's five official plus if occasions of tequila in our appellation of origin blanco hoven rebel saddle on your neck strenuous when i can say that in english white young rested aged and extra aged for our home in particular when we found the owners we set on a quest to true sipping tequila and we had that the home in style was the style there wasn't going to enable us to truly deliver a spirit that invited you to set and to savior and that actually paired well with food tequila comes from the guy plant i think of you know a guy syrup is like a sugar substitute but can you describe the guy they plant and how you make use of it most people think that i got as cactus is not a cactus a sexually belongs to the family and he's actually closely related to the lily it's really a very normal plant in latin means admire able and noble and the plant is a plant that takes eight to twelve years in average to be ready to be harvested and what you're looking for in the plant is you're looking to keep to harvest your plans when they have the most concentration of sugar reductions in the heart of the plants and then you ferment that and and or you take the sap from that heart that's correct you said it takes eight to ten years for the plant to grow.
"nieves" Discussed on KELO
"And i'm going to have a pair of free tickets to give away two guys and dolls at the majestic theater in in dallas for the lunch today but mark and i were talking about the season finale of roseanne roseanne is back it's a reboot and its roseanne the trump supporter and she is in real life a trump supporter and she is in real life a woman who came from working class comedian roots you know not the typical no hollywood figure or whatever that you would and this show is people are having parties to get together and have roseanne viewing parties because finally there's a show that represents hardworking paycheck to paycheck i'm an american family and they don't agree on everything oh the sisters not a trump supporter she's part of the resistance with the pink hats in the bubble out of touch bunch of elitist crap blue collar family just working hard they just want to pay the bills i want to get the mortgage pay they want to get their prescriptions roseanne you know with nieves knee surgery couldn't get it they didn't have health insurance americans are going through and like it or not that's what trump's trump's spoke to that's who trump has affected and impacted.
MTV's Catfish Has Suspended Production Over Sexual Misconduct Claims
"In just a few minutes elena thank you will the star and producer of mtv's show catfish is facing allegations of sexual misconduct mtv suspended production of the show due to the accusations against nieves schulman the spokesperson for that network says a thorough investigation will be conducted shulman has not commented catfish is in its seventh season and takes a look at online relationships or one person may not be who they appear to be actor alec baldwin is a new data again at sixty baldwin and his wife hilario welcome baby number four thursday she posted a picture on the newest addition to the family on instagram with the hashtag we got this twenty eighteen the baby boy wait in just over eight pounds his name has not yet been revealed and laura in this next door you have she's kind of proving it wrong because studies are showing that women in the united states are having fewer babies and researchers say choosing careers over motherhood could be one reason according.
"nieves" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete
"I never i never bilde also i just wanted to see again immediately when as finish as though at this moment the line about how you know off cell phones are today liens beal brains mets got such a good loft those movements were really fun to make that such a throwback yes such as her by air at the it was funny the guy who plays kyle is it actor timothy shallah may who's so extraordinary he's also in this film call me by your name which is getting a lot of love and it's so good any he's so good at but he i remembered when he was i cast and when we were talking about the pardon he was sort of saying well lake is carl a bit stupid and i was like no cows really smart and he was like wolpe's he says all the stuff that sort of ridiculous music it might be a little ridiculous but actually he key does kind of know what he's talking about nieves i wanna to what you mean soon and gave him all these books that worth things that i read in really liked about lay the emergence of the internet and the surveillance states in people's history the united states and and these sort of these books that had metal it's me that refigure history in looked at our use of technology and i gave them too many where he flip through them and then he he came back and he said who is notes are in the margins who underlined these books and i was like other my books i did that and he was a wolf you're really into this oh yeah i that that's true and he said people will think people will watch this movie and think you're ladybird but actually your kyle you're actually a conspiracy first visit no i mean clearly there's surveillance devices i love off i but it but i do i think i'm always interested in moments when technology or or anything that is emerging isn't quite there yet i think it's a fascinating moment and i think it gets losses all because he's like 2003 isn't it.
"nieves" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House
"I think so but i don't think it's to finish of content obviously the one since story is very relevant on i think it's important it came out but i think it's the fact that finally as planned under was mentioning earlier a paper can claim a story as its own i'm thinking about for example when the guardian just became the paper that the dishonored in story i think that something to be said about publications that take the timing karen effort to actually still be the papers that break these stories at the earn them completely an emissary mortgage financial terms grow but bumped the over week from being the pipe of did the president's clubs story well a i i think so i think it's it's it's just important that it it it is recognised there are certain papers the austere will willing to take a chance into doing things their own an and breaking excuses wikus ultimately that's what genuinely drives knocked to forward i think there's a temptation them possibly an even stronger boys on the part of people who are in these media and white can use to to think that exceptional nieves come for each is the main thing driving increased success when it comes to legacy a newspaper a brands media brands by these it is worth pointing out the one of the big causes of the the jump in subscriptions last year in the nieto time does that they put they basically connected access to that recipes pages and the cross words to subscription membership and that was seemed to be a very strong drive i do think it's worth pointing out that when it comes to lots of legacy media rounds they have been expanding into more what would previously be considered lifestyle areas at very successfully recently i think part of the reluctance that there may be a reluctance on the part of readers of these brands of follows we to admit that this stuff interest them too but it's allies no spoke about it a bridge also reluctance on the part of journalist tells you were saying we like the be.
"nieves" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"So i'm hearing a lot of talk about the vine leaves have what is special about these vine leaves uh he of this the girl that you mayo some i can and do not want to learn of were to the eib and moya's wanted on a of him blood at end of nef suit one and they're savable nessan will look at them and give a threesome has been given have audible gave them so he saying that the reason that thorough by nieves are described as because um first of all they get the vine leaves the fresh they don't get them candor uh in a jar so this gives a a different kind of flavor also there stuffing is the mix of rice in uh in mincemeat and some herbs and spices and that he doesn't think can be replicated outside and there's also the fact that they ruled the mall very thinly and the same size so the cook evenly in the bus you get the same kind of done nisa and taste throughout and lastly the cooked them in the broth of for which is kaus feet when they've been kind of like simmered you get the all the gelatin out of it than it gives a the melo distant klaiber and the use that sometimes on the via needs and sometimes if we just a regular broth attached to broth or something so you have these two types and that it gives the disfavored people are you still need silicon of the dog done dug in des moines needs are not individually in there a small luckily pots they don't do like a big batch concentrated faith at zero clinton's move that.
"nieves" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now
"Low volume mike gillislee gullit you think it was again it's a big ol' goodie hit us guys get a late new pump again mongolians what is if it's much pressure on him at right i mean you afraid of you know we were going to be disappointed in the forget that shitless is gonna join us at present gupta my wing getting incumbency instead that is wrong with you what are you doing what this means us is the most important moment of our lives with price say they'll pass that your moment i leave this house let us little nieves don't come back you sitting exams in gucci's visit what did you say are you telling me are you aware that none is that what you what you do i will have to do that it was so great it's a really good alone green day that's what i did i i stayed with affinities i state raise the family for thirty five years i did anything i had to do that keep a roof over our heads that's what i did is that a deal you see this constant go pretty barroga letting their put the ship my wife he's was angry glad the bad against the pa walsh it'll be dealt with joe yana shit about mcleans nadal fucking bag about my dreams you'd think i gave him a business way you don't know what the fuck your talking i love my business it was the only thing that i was to hold i didn't gambled away night.