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China reports 2 new COVID deaths as some restrictions eased
"Two new COVID-19 deaths are reported in China as it eases its restrictions following countrywide protests. The national health commission says the deaths were reported in Shang dong and Sichuan province, but no information has been given about the victim's ages or vaccination status. According to the commission, 9 in ten Chinese have been vaccinated, but only 66% of people over 80 have gotten one shot. These low figures and the fact that relatively few Chinese have built up antibodies to the virus due to strict lockdowns mean that many fear millions could die if restrictions are lifted entirely. But public anger and national demonstrations prompted by a fire in an apartment building in the northwestern city of Uruguay, which killed at least ten people, appeared to have pressured authorities to lift some restrictions. I'm Naomi Shannon
Williams runs for 2 TDs, No. 2 Ohio St gets by Northwestern
"Mayan Williams rushed for 111 yards and two touchdowns is number two Ohio State rally to defeat northwestern 21 7 northwestern scored first but Williams two second half touchdowns were key You just felt great just to put some points on the board 'cause we know we expected to put way more points on the board but tough game I'm just glad we came out with the win The game was played in extremely windy conditions holding Buckeye quarterback CJ Stroud to just 76 yards nevertheless Ohio State moves to 9 O while northwestern has lost 8 in a row David Schuster Evanston Illinois
10 Dead in Gas Station Explosion in Ireland, Officials Say
"Several people have died from a gas station explosion in northwestern island the explosion happened increased low in county donegal the force of the blast leveled the gas station building which holds the main shop in the post office for the village The day after the blast service workers came through piles of rubble looking for people who are still missing Irish police spokesman Lee and Gary sponsored local community has been overwhelming They were dealing in a situation in their village in their local people their neighbors they turned out in great numbers and gave great assistance to the emergency services And it's remarkable and admirable as to how they reacted Iris police officer superintendent David Kelly milford said the blast has shocked the nation This is a tragedy for our community
The Horrifying Medical Mutilation of Our Children
"It's another issue that I wish Republicans would talk about is the medical mutilation of our children. There is a fringe organization out there, which I believe has ties to the pritzker family, only because of where it's located and amongst other things. And also the pritzker's have a huge trans activist in their family called W path world professional association for transgender health and they are recently, they have recently announced that they probably will at their upcoming conference change the guidelines of what will be acceptable for breast removal and other just unspeakable medical procedures. Surgical procedures on children. Now, I say it's fringe because it would be considered a fringe group if it wasn't taken so seriously by children's hospitals. Children's hospitals then look at W path, the world professional association for transgender health, which by the way used to be called the world gender dysphoria association, just an interesting side note. They then look at these guidelines, the children's hospitals like Boston's children or Seattle's children or Chicago's children's hospital. I think it's called northwestern something. They have a leading children's hospital Phoenix children. And then if the world professional association and transgender health lowers their standards for the age, they then follow suit.
Candy, cash, gifts: How rewards help recovery from addiction
"For an increasing number of Americans addiction treatment involves not only hard work but also earning rewards Harold Lewis and Connecticut has been fighting drug addiction for years Things have changed since he started earning small prizes I'll take the stop and shop gift card It's for attending meetings and staying in treatment for opioid addiction Psychologist Sarah Becker at northwestern university says rewards programs are powerful Biologically the use of substances lights up the same part of the brain that is lit up when a person wins the lottery falls in love or experiences something really positive and exciting Studies have shown rewards work better than counseling alone for addictions It's working for Harold Lewis It makes recovery fun because recovery should be fun because you're getting your life back And the Biden administration backs the method in its national drug control strategy I'm Ed Donahue
Dave Brat: Productivity in the U.S. Has Dropped for 40 Years
"So let me ask you, Dave. I'm looking at this and again, I'm not as familiar with this as you are, but does the president of the United States have the ability to say, nah, forget about it. You don't really always that money. I mean, constitutionally doesn't, but it's all a function of resistance, right? The whole country was set up by a contesting power and if one side just asserts power and the other side doesn't check it, you got a problem. So I mean, this thing will go to the courts and the it'll come back, being a no, but the damage done in the meantime is significant, right? So the fascinating thing for me is that the people following these issues, right? I hope everybody knows the country's going in the wrong direction. I mean, the stats are through the roof on that, right? 70, 80%. And the more and more of your life you get to government, it seems the more and more is going off course. I hope people get this. And so we've handed over everything to the federal government and when it comes to education, the important matter there is, first of all, it's a misallocation of funding. Your locals, schools know much better what to do with the parents, know even better. And overwhelming economic evidence is that our productivity in this country has been going straight down for 40 years and you can go to northwestern university. Robert Gordon is the productivity guru for the country. He's probably not a conservative. But he's not crazy, right? He just follows the data and does economics for the last 40 years.
Northwestern US heat wave could have hottest day on Tuesday
"The Pacific Northwest part of the United States rarely see scorching weather but that has not been the case the past few days temperatures in Portland Oregon could top 100° today that would make it the hottest day of a week long heat wave for the region Forecasters have issued an excessive heat warning for parts of Oregon and Washington state Seattle could hit the 90s and in eastern parts of Oregon and Washington 110° as temperatures in the northwest heat up is expected to cool a bit in the northeast in the coming days where it was 99° in Philadelphia on Sunday and at least 100° for 5 consecutive days in Newark New Jersey I'm Donna water
Heavy rain expected in parts of Florida, Cuba, Bahamas
"Parts of Florida are bracing for heavy rain and wind as a storm system that battered Mexico moves across the state I'm Ben Thomas with the latest The national hurricane center says the storm that began as Agatha in the Pacific Ocean will be known as Alex in the Atlantic Ocean basin once it reaches tropical storm status It's been drenching Cuba where people in Havana have been sloshing through flooded streets The tropical storm warning is in effect along portions of coastal Florida as well as the Florida keys Florida bay Lake okeechobee along with the northwestern Bahamas and much of Cuba the storm is expected to reach tropical storm strength off Florida's east coast by Saturday night and strengthen as it moves out into the Atlantic Ocean I'm Ben Thomas
Ukraine warns of possible strikes from Belarus
"The Ukrainian defense ministry has warned of existing threats of Russian missile strikes from Belarusian territory The ministry is Alexander matsuzaki says the short-range ballistic missile system iskander M has been moved to areas in Belarus bordering Ukraine adding that according to Ukrainian intelligence Russia's preparing up to 1500 reservists who could be involved in fighting three weeks after completing their training Says Ukrainian forces are countering Russian attempts to push them out from northwestern and southeastern parts of Lyman in Donetsk I'm Charles De
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Dr. Peter McCullough: Spike Proteins by Vaccines Could Be an Issue
"For a guy like me who's recently hopefully recovered from lymphoma I'm in remission now And my wife was an autoimmune disorder herself and lupus If that turns out to be the case and I understand some preliminary study you know you were very cautious in your approach to it as well But if it turns out that we are producing spike proteins long term What could that mean for people with autoimmune difficulties and people with various types of cancers blood cancers and immune system cancers I think it's going to be a matter of degree If it's one or two shots and it's echo cells and there isn't much passage to daughter cells this thing can in a sense burn itself out or be cleared out over time Bruce Patterson who leaves a company called Intel DX doing terrific work is formally professor at northwestern and Stanford He's actually shown in the respiratory illness that the spike protein is in the body a long time to end but up to 15 months in CD 16 positive monocytes And I did have him on my show and I asked him about what has he seen in vaccinated people And in fact he does have samples He's seen both the S one and the S two segment of the spike protein in humans after vaccination as long as he's observed them So for a month I asked him I said can you predict how long it's in the body He said probably over a year SARS CoV-2 the virus And then the spike protein installed in the body with vaccination It has a persistence in the body That's the reason why people feel bad There's a long COVID syndrome And I estimate is there any other infection that's similar to this He said yeah there is I said what is it He said Lyme disease Lyme disease does an install of the organism called borrelia bardia It takes forever to clear out lime That's the reason why people get this post lime syndrome So I think people who are immune deficient people with lymphoma they've had chemotherapy or radiation or they have other autoimmune illnesses This could be a
No. 13 Illini survive scare against Northwestern
"Coffee cart Byrne had a double double in thirteenth ranked Illinois built a sizable lead before fending off northwestern seventy three sixty six copper delivered nineteen points and fifteen rebounds to help the Illini moved to eleven and three in the big ten after the Wildcats cut an eighteen point second half deficit to one Cochran hit six straight points and also provided illinois' final three baskets okay we did a poor job lately we decided to take on to get the ball in a screen offense was mostly for me you know I've had a career high turnovers today on you know this about focusing on you know trying to slow the game down in the Russian stuff Alphonse uploader scored eighteen points including five of eleven from three point range I'm Dave Ferrie
Who Is (the Now Infamous) Dr. Robert Malone?
"First. Doctor Malone, welcome to the Salem radio network. Thank you very much, mister gorka and thank you for the opportunity to speak to you and to your audience today. Well, I could spend the next hour just rattling off your curriculum vitae and your various qualifications in the scientific world for those who didn't see your hours long interview with Joe who haven't seen all the interviews you've given with my friend and my former colleague Steve Bannon. Would you mind would you indulge us for a second for those across the country for whom you are a new name just to give us a prey see of your background and your relationship, for example, to the mRNA vaccines that are so in the news currently? Well, for your audience, I have been vetted and have secret clearance with Department of Defense. I've won over $8 billion or managed them for in government grants and contracts. I typically work very closely with the Department of Defense defense threat reduction agency. Kim biodefense group and have for decades, I have been a vaccine developer and innovator for well over 30 years as when I was a graduate student, I had a series of discoveries that led to 9 issued U.S. patents and numerous international patents that include all of the core technology for what we call RNA and DNA vaccines, including the first proof of concept reduction to practice using an RNA vaccine in a mouse model to produce immune responses against the envelope glycoprotein of aids. So an aids vaccine candidate my first major contract was with as a newly minted MD intern at UC Davis was with the Department of the Navy for development of an aids vaccine. I am trained at northwestern university for my NDI hold a license in the state of Maryland. I'm trained in my graduate studies at the salk institute and UC San Diego undergraduate biochemistry UC Davis multiple research fellowships at UC Davis in the department of pathology was an academic for well over a decade reaching associate professor level at the uniformed services university of the health sciences. So that's the DoD medical school. In D.C., I have been involved in way too many outbreaks intimately. I spearheaded for DoD for quite a while. The development of their Ebola vaccine candidate, which eventually I brought murk in. It was licensed to American. It's now the licensed Ebola vaccine. I've worked on flu vaccines. I've worked on literally all the biodefense vaccines used to work under contract directly for DoD at dying port vaccine company.
Islamic State leader killed during US raid in Syria
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Biden: US raid in Syria killed top Islamic State leader Abu Ibrahim al-Hashimi al-Qurayshi
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Stefanovic leads No. 4 Purdue past Northwestern 80-60
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Americans Support Tough Stance on China
"Really? Holding in my baby Brown libertarian fingers article from The Washington Post September 21, 2020. Headline, the Trump administration sanctioned China for detaining 1 million Uighurs. Here's what Americans think. We looked at public views of China's human rights abuses. About 11 million ethnic Uighurs, most of whom are Muslim live in the northwestern region. Of Ying xiang. Since 2017, China has imprisoned at least 1 million of them in internment camps, along with other ethnic minorities, calling them a security threat. Those in camps have been subjected to forced sterilizations, religious restrictions, ideological, re-education, and forced labor.
Uyghurs' Comment Lands Warriors Minority Owner in Hot Water
"You. What do you make of mister palette? If I'm pronouncing it correctly comments. Well, they saw a shocking indifference hue to the depravity of the Chinese communist regime. And the plight of the religious and ethnic minorities known as the Uyghur people in northwestern China through the entire civilized world to include the Biden administration has acknowledged or suffering at the hands of an atrocious genocide for women are being forcibly sterilized. And if they're not being forcibly sterilized, they're being ambitiously right by Chinese high and soldiers and a kind of intergenerational ethnic cleansing. It's not surprising, though, coming from one of these typical liberal pet billionaires who saddle up their high horse and ride it so hard when it comes to things like climate change and green energy and Rick equity and the black live matters riots when at the bottom line all that matters to them is the bottom
Northwestern holds on to beat No. 10 Michigan St 64-62
"Ryan Ryan young young delivered delivered eighteen eighteen points points and and eight eight rebounds rebounds as as northwestern northwestern pulled pulled off off a a sixty sixty four four sixty sixty two two upset upset of of tenth tenth ranked ranked Michigan Michigan state state east east Lansing Lansing the the Wildcats Wildcats held held on on after after Millie Millie call call missed missed a a three three pointer pointer with with four four seconds seconds left left and and Marcus Marcus Bingham Bingham failed failed to to hit hit the the front front end end of of a a one one on on one one with with seven seven tenths tenths of of a a second second to to play play the the Spartans Spartans had had won won nine nine in in a a row row before before northwestern northwestern pulled pulled off off its its first first road road win win over over a a top top ten ten team team in in nearly nearly five five years years Julius Julius marble marble had had a a career career high high eighteen eighteen points points for for the the Spartans Spartans I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
"northwestern" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"See asthma and allergies so this one i i remember. It was on npr. This scientists had terrible allergies. Could not breathe properly you know. In the spring summer fall in went and heard about this and went somewhere and an purposely got acidic worms. You know walked around barefoot and an area and got the worms and came back and the next year was three of all symptoms and so then started studying us scientifically but unfortunately as they've been studying it has not proven to to be yet they haven't proven it. You know it. Does this work and does it work for everyone. Or is there a sub population that i don't know but to your point you know. Can we keep them younes system busy and that's why we say now. Babies are young. Children should play outside to play in the dirt yet. The microbiome around you. It's okay get viruses. You know all of this is activating your immune system and getting it rubbed up. And then the other point that was treatments you know we. We haven't talked about treatments but some of the treatments that are coming the one there's one. Fda approved treatment. it's It's a peanut oh. It oral immunotherapy. So it's like eating little bits of peanut and selling you increase the amount. So you're you're not cured but your body can tolerate up to a certain amount. And then you keep that in your diet everyday to make sure your immune system continues to recognize it but the other ones to your immune. Pathway question are biologics and they can break that chain that cascade you know so they stopped certain certain points in the system. Where once locked in that cascade doesn't continue so people are making biologics and taichi ease to to hopefully stop that halfway from happening as a treatment and hopefully they're all in clinical trials. Now so i think in the next five or ten years we're going to have a lot of choices for treatments. You was negative. Coronation rightous and entities in the inaugurals. Now what's your on that again. Just thinking what autoimmune diseases and again if if if autoimmune diseases are functional overacting immune system the immune system something to do maybe these states lower cancel is also interesting. Question could look at the population rate food allergies and cancer. Data's sorta coalition while. Yeah now that's an. We do have a chapter in the book on autoimmune disease. Unfortunately there's just not a lot of research in that space but a lot of people have hypothesized. Exactly what you're saying is all of this. You know somewhat related not that everyone has to have everything but is there. A higher percentage who also have other conditions so gather research is relatively young in this space. I started in seventeen years ago and there was almost nothing and now it's growing really rapidly in of researchers coming in so i think i think we're going to get more and more data in the next five or ten years to answer. Some of these questions says appealing problem. Gotta chapter here. the genome. If gino microbiome and lescot allergies become a bit about the microbiome. What could we know. The genetic aspect is there any sort of countrywide data that that seems interesting..
"northwestern" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Mediated right. So your immune system is recognizing this food as an invader and goes on attack mode you know and starts attacking it and releasing histamine and all kinds of signing kinds and then what happens in your body. Is this cascade. So that's why it's so hard with food allergies because your reaction can be mild. You can just have high. It's sometimes vomiting but then it can get severe very fast and that could be trouble breathing. Row closing a drop in blood pressure and it can even be left is threatening so it is this wide gamut right from very mild reactions very severe reactions and right now in the world of food allergy. We can't predict what you're going to have. It's so dependent on so many things you know. How much of it you aid if you're immune system's compromised in any way during that time there's so many variables that that's why quality of life is so hard because you don't know to accidentally ingest. Will it be a severe reaction that takes you to the emergency room. Mar a mild reaction. The immune system is of course as w saw right so i'm thinking evolution only maybe fifty thousand thousand years ago. These are sort of table right. The foods nuts and animals. That ho sapiens aid would come in with a small area and so from the audience perspective. They had very good here states. Do identify what the school and what's not Is that what is causing in. The modern context leading all sorts of different things package food and a lot of different things coming into the system at d'ivoire is somewhat confused in some ways. That's you know the question of why why in this one generation like you said generation ago when we were young. We didn't see this level of food allergies. Everyone was taking peanut butter and jelly school. Every day you know all those things you here and now in this generation you're seeing such high rates so what when you mentioned is exactly right like how did we eat back then..
"northwestern" Discussed on Scientific Sense
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"Northwestern Memorial. The incident happened at about 10 20, Chicago Police say the man was on the sidewalk with his girlfriend at East Chestnut and North Wall Bash Man approached the couple with a gun and demanded the keys to the victim's car. He did not end up taking the car. He shot the victim in the neck, then got into a waiting Honda SUV and left The victim's girlfriend was speaking with investigators and she was not injured in this incident Area. Three detectives are in this case, and they do not have a suspect in custody. Police also have not released a description of the gunman they're seeking. The Chicago police border has fired veteran police officer Patrick Kelly after investigators concluded he shot his partner and then lied about it. Officer Michael reporter was left with permanent injuries that have required him to have 24 hour care for almost 10 years. Kelly was off duty when he shot Laporta. He says he wasn't drunk that night, though he admitted drinking for beers. At the time. He told investigators that Laporta tried unsuccessfully to take his own life. Some Chicago aldermen are reconsidering their position on renaming Lakeshore drive more on that from WGN's James Sears. But sometimes reports more than four older men are wavering on renaming the drive after Jean Baptiste Point you sample because of a recent polls showing less than a third of registered voters supporting the change that could stop the proposal from getting the 26 votes needed for the measure to pass. The name change could be up for another vote when the council meets again on Wednesday. James Sears W G N new Mayor Lightfoot's plan to N sales of packaged liquor at midnight is advancing to the Full City Council. The license committee approved the measure in a 15 to 3 vote yesterday. It's part of a broader package to help the city businesses recover from the pandemic. Before the pandemic Liquor stores could sell alcohol until two a.m. or later, critics for your late night shoppers will now head to the suburbs, hurting city businesses. That door is with the hospitality Business Association, almost no point where packaged good licenses ever even 20% of the flag businesses. There were, however, tons of non packaged good license. Convenience stores on that list who will continue to be open even after passing this job killing Curfew on fear, wine and spirits sales after midnight in Chicago Full City Council will vote on the measure next week. They state of Illinois is getting a coronavirus vaccine sweepstakes. If you've got at least one dose, you're automatically entered and you haven't told July 1st to get your first shot. The state public health director Dr in Gaza As Ikea of all of our neighboring states, Illinois has the highest percent of adults having received that first dose of vaccination. While our vaccination numbers in Illinois are good, we can't stop there. There will be $31 Million cash prize is given in 40 prizes of $100,000 for adults. For minors. There will be $150,000 college scholarships awarded. The first drawing will start on July eight. The state yesterday announced it had reached 70% of people who have gotten at least one of their vaccine shots. Now. With WGN SPORTS Here's David. The Cubs are back home to take on the Miami Marlins at Wrigley Field of Friday night game, the Cubs will be going for their seventh straight home victory. And their second in a row overall after winning last night, New York to nothing, thanks to Kyle Hendricks, who threw six innings of two hit Ball and Hobby, or Baez, who hit a two run homer. White Sox could not carry over the excitement from their extra inning win over Tampa Bay on Wednesday into their series opener in Houston. The Astros jumping on. Dylan sees for a three Nothing lead in the first, aided by a socks error, and Michael Brantly's three run homer of his later seven. Nothing. The final tended to Adam Angle and Jose Bray, who drove in the runs for the White Sox, who will play Houston again tonight. There will be a Game seven in the NBA's Eastern Conference semifinals. The Milwaukee Bucks stayed alive with the one Oh 4 89 win over the Brooklyn Nets of the series goes back to New York for Game seven tomorrow night. Stanley Cup playoffs. Tampa Bay recaptured home ice and grabbed it to one series leave with the 21 win at the Islanders. Tonight. It'll be Vegas at Montreal that series.
"northwestern" Discussed on Mindy Diamond on Independence: A Podcast for Financial Advisors Considering Change
"If someone is building a firm from the ground up what do you think is a better approach is at bringing on experienced folks the bucks or kind of what you did northwestern which was career changers ex-athlete's an entry level advisors..
"northwestern" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Months And i just and that's hard to believe. I have no idea what we're gonna do where we're gonna live. I mean my wife. I'm just working on getting the graduations ceremonies in a covert world getting them together ready to prepare for the new normal for research teaching and everything else in the fall. And you know i. We have searches for athletic director dean of the law school. I mean just working around the clock. And i probably maybe in a year from now or something. We'll have to think about where we're gonna live won't be an president south but we're really not Not focused on it now to be honest with you. Yes this has been. This has been excellent. The book has minds white. Shot have new fundamentalisms. dewa us. I really enjoyed reading. This book I have to sit on when i was there. At northwestern in the eighties they used to Used to give was free tickets to go. See the cats but have been pulled little bit. Looks like well. The students don't get them so as you know. Your daughter. their undergrad or get free tickets. I think they're the only school in the big ten that gives free entry to all athletic events to offer undergrads. I hope we keep that even though we win a lot more than when you were here. Excellent nation yes. Thanks so much for doing this. Oh you thanks for our pleasure be well thank you bye bye bye..
"northwestern" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Expertise in russian history is is not always that Sanguine you know. I mean it. People talk about l. It's a pendulum. It comes back and you know we talk about in the book. Is that really true. So yeah you worry about that pendulum. Coming back right. Is it really a pendulum. Is that the right metaphor somebody. oh yes. you know they're censoring points of view. They don't like they're trying to eliminate the independent. You know court which would guarantee our civil liberties against a majority government. Yes but that's temporary because the pendulum will swing back. And i thought about this day when i heard it and i said no it's a pendulum. What if it's that's the wrong metaphor. What if it's a snowball going downhill. You don't know what the story.
"northwestern" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"So you back Talking about Minds white chart of the new fundamentalisms dividers by sore morrison morton shapiro from northwestern Saul you know. One of the chapters in the book is about religion and religion has become sort of a loaded word in the western world and so Fundamentalism is typically associated with a religion. But he talked about all sorts of fundamentalisms before Before but legions tilted means to be an issue right from a fundamentalist perspective..
"northwestern" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Students that I wanted to gone through it. My impression is has been changed over the thirty five years. I have been teaching northwestern in good change in one sad. When in stanfield students come in knowing a lot more than they did thirty five years ago in humanities in history in anything like that they come in knowing much much less. They don't have to write english very while in most where they do. They don't know basic grammar. Their knowledge of history is much poor and their idea of what a social view is is a dog mattis through the davison toll not everybody. Of course i'm just saying. In general is more of a tendency so that the quality of education they give the humanities is less than the quality in the hard sciences and mathematics better. Yeah but then are. Are you also saying saul than you know in some sense The humanities occasion need to be more prescriptive prescriptive So so in the into stem education in a most of what we teach in the high school You know you. Smart about sort of deterministic physics chemistry biology stuff that that can be refuted that as you know. I don't know much about humanity's by the way also. I'm just making this thing up. But in humanities the the the scope of talk has to be locked rod right. Well yes. I mean i tend to think that the function let let me just focus on one. Part of humanity's are a lit- when i know best is teaching literature But you can apply this to history to the main thing you wanna get across. Is that people in different cultures and different centuries soul the world genuinely differently. And the way you look at their points of view of they look at yours. And you do not lie your. It's not as if your point of view is guaranteed to be right forever. People ten years ago might have thought the same. And you're going to look stupid ten years now you do not live at the. It met you. What you believe may seem right to you. But that's because you haven't thought of other things you want humanities ought to teach you what it's like to think differently in our great novels will show you people from different social classes different periods. Different psychology is different religions. value sets history. If you teach it correctly will not be us. Judging them it will be understanding the world. Projecting yourself into let's say eighteenth century france and see what they.
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"northwestern" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"northwestern" Discussed on Technovation with Peter High (CIO, CTO, CDO, CXO Interviews)
"Through a vendor relationship until all of my answers would've led me to something that would have been done within twelve thirty six months and would have had a very different tenor than what we actually did. What did we do turns out we went to. We went ahead. We did the evaluation and we decided to invest in those data senators to upgrade polcy cooling and the power. They've been on Online for about thirty years both were sort of old and inefficient needed to be upgraded to the tune of of millions of dollars and the reason it didn't occur to me as was the break even for that proposition with something like seven years out and he were to go to a board meeting and say hey listen i would love to invest a ton of money into this fixed assets and we're going to see a break even in seven years would say you have no better use of that capital. There's no way to return to the street. Maybe we should do this. I'm on the other hand though when you're under strict by time and you're at a mutual i will tell you what if you roll that lockout twenty years which is absolutely within the usable lifetime of that asset or even thirty years which is kind of at the tail end It is by far and away the best decision that you make if you're fully utilizing the asset that will not only see a better cost per on the on the equipment that's around power. That's there that they're not paying somebody else's markup but we're also going to get these intangibles along the way that we think about as a company like the appreciation on the real estate asset itself which is something i've never thought about as a cio. Before so the the thinking the framework created by mutuality leads to different decisions on the technology ultimately are the most beneficial. Didn't think i'll i'll be honest. I don't think. I thought of myself as overly constrained before that. I don't think i took. I wouldn't have said told you that. I took options off the table. I would've told you. I was making the best choices that we could but i didn't realize the limitations of the choices imposed by the governance structure of the company so different very different. It's a great great example neon how fascinating I wonder how that extends to these most unusual circumstances of the past ten or eleven months as we've been faced with the pandemic the quarantine The vast differences in the ways we must do business says In order to stay safe Which is for many companies. Also lead to a significant amount of belt-tightening obviously depending on the industry something even more more significant than that But but especially if you're running a public opening during these times you might make take more drastic actions More quickly and i wonder if you can talk a little about how that translated through to these at least in our lifetime has been unprecedented circumstances. Yeah the great question. Well you know when we think about the external benchmarks to determine whether or not. We're doing a good job Organizationally and on behalf of our policy holders instead looking at market price instead of looking at eps other revenue ratios at center. We look at our ratings agencies and we have the luxury at this point of being all one of two companies in the us who have a triple eight or top tier rating and a neutral positive outlook And so what. That should probably tell you as well we must be actually doing something right With respect to the covid response. I do think one of the differences and it comes from not only the way we government run. The company but neutrality itself is that long term view And we did not take what i would call sort of short term actions and that doesn't mean we did view things in the short run. Of course we move people to work from home and that sort of thing but we didn't do things because of how they were going to impact us in the next quarter or the next year that we were still able to take a long-term framework long-term approach to our thinking and and basically long term analysis. What that means is we aren't as jumpy when it comes to responding to changes in the market. It means that we have a lot of dry powder. For example that equities are down. We have more of an option to pushy end for you know when we think about our general account It means that We were more tempered. I think in our response Again because we didn't have short term credit in the form of earnings statements or a market price. That was going to drive short term behavior. so i do think we came into it. keenly aware of the impacts but thoughtful and as i mentioned before we had more opportunity. We have a larger solution set because we weren't driven by what's going to happen in the next Annual cycle for example. And what is the expense base that we're gonna have to grow over so we were able to be more thoughtful because we had more choices So in that respect we joke that we were built for this. Nobody was built for it. Because we didn't know that this was coming on the other hand. This is not the first pandemic that we've been through as one hundred sixty year old company and we learned lessons the first time that we canary through forwards this time and so you know it's not a it's not a good thing at the end of the day but there isn't a company that i would have rather been at assets to go through this in the seat that i hope that's a remarkable statement and certainly the trees get yourself as lucky to be able to to say that one things have been very interesting to learn about what you and your team or getting involved in is part of this broader set of activities of outsource to america that the an initiative that originally originated in cities like hartford in detroit Cities that have are in close proximity to great universities and great talent but have much lower cost bases and in some cases Detroit being a very great example of that Have traditional industries. That have gotten if not completely gone away at least have have minimized greatly impacted Prospects for many people in those cities. Milwaukee's third of those cities announcers outsourced. Milwaukee program has been developed. And i know it's something that that you've participated in partnership with other organisations talk a bit about A bit about that partnership and its impacts. Please yeah so you mentioned Hartford and detroit for example. What what are the things that struck me. When i arrived in milwaukee op is little bit of a sort of an economic and social similarity to some of those cities especially detroit you know. The milwaukee is the city of it. You roll the clock back. Twenty years had more fortune. Five hundred companies based here sitting here than it does today and if he rolled back the clock twenty years prior to nineteen eighty on the same thing was true so that says the trend is going in In the wrong direction if you will. I'm you know. We had a concentration of of manufacturing whether it was in you know harley davidson with vehicles for example breweries. Fine tradition here that Was a little less digital at the end of the day. This wasn't like growing up in silicon valley where he had more service orientated. So again not to the same extent as detroit but a similar decrease reliance on those manufacturing jobs led to a softening in this economy socially as well Milwaukee was a bit of a tale of two cities..
"northwestern" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"northwestern" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Area of our center at involves involves Mathematicians and In in computational experts at nasa ames and at fermilab and in a few of a smaller partners who are real experts in this particular area it is golden harvest side of it and then there's a whole software. That's right that's right and we have. We have both in. We have real experts in both areas. My own area is more on the hardware side and and and on the material side but also in the area of Thinking about how one can use these devices for for For doing fundamental physics because that's a major mission at for me national accelerator lab. Is there accelerator lab to pro big questions about. What's the nature of our universe. What's the nature of matter. So so one driver in our center is is is. How do we take advantage of of quantum technologies according to device technologies in order to build better detectors for rare events. Such as you know the passage of of dark matter through Through a particular apparatus so That's one of our other. Drivers is doing fundamental physics with a new technologies isn't quick question on quantum computing side against. It's feel like sort of a massively padded processed machine or its going to behave differently. Well that's the quantum advantage that that you get from using cubits is that essentially you have massive parallel parallel was ation in the coupling of many cubits together so A a way to think about it. Is that if you have a single classical bit It it it's either a one or a zero But the ah quantum bit can be super position of the one in zero so So if you can do one one computational operation on a bit you can do to computational operations on cubit now if you can couple say to cubits together that gives you four possible operations you can do with two cubits and two with a two classical bits so by the time you if you get three cubits and you can couple them together to do a computations entangle them then you can do eight computations and you can see it goes exponentially with the number of cubans so by the time you're fifty three cubits you have. You have a lot of computational advantage because it goes to the power in so long as you can maintain the superposition and tangle mental of your cubits so those are the challenges but any kind of the coding expertise translate from conventional compute. Any adoptable algorithms mathematics. That's going to be different but the plan states some conventional computed on. Now this is. This is a real frontier area and We don't have the same kind of body of codes that will take advantage of of The architecture of quantum machines so the whole area of algorithm development is a really important one. And it's it's one of the really growth fields here is once we have these machines. How are we going to Make use of them so so New codes have to be written and have to be written to the specific architecture of the machine. And it's sometimes difficult to look to into the future but wendy become sort of prevalent in the economy. David supersede completely confidential computing if the cost of manufacturing is not substantially different. Wouldn't it make conventional obselete. I'm not sure about that because the For many for many of our The things that we do Classical computers are quite good so we may be able to set up and provide data to a a a quantum computer using classical computers to interface to them so Once we have the data from computation than we can analyze it with class computer. So i'd i don't see that. Classical computers are going to be disappearing in the in the future. We're and we're not going to be carrying around our iphones with a quantum computer in them. And that's right. Anybody wants to predict the future. You do it at your own. Risk doesn't consensually feel like clean processing and post processing Done by gun venture computing at and really the heart of that the heavy Number crunching done by clinton's compute. Feel like that. Well that's the way i envisioned it. At least that's that's the way it looks to me. But you know time will tell. I want to get into one. Other people titled take a dip into the veered woodham world of quantum Okay quad so so. What is quantum liquid so there My areas particularly in the area of of Of helium so helium is You know the pre the simplest of the inert gas atoms slightness it. It's a really special the whole set of inert gas atoms have closed electron shells. And so there's virtually little chemistry involved at all and helium in. It's the only substance that we have the only material we have. That remains liquid down to the absolute zero of temperature..
"northwestern" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Of mellow. That's a really key property because it gives rise to extremely low dissipation of the superconductor in. That's where the cost savings comes in. It really costs of a. These are big cryogenic facilities that have to keep an accelerator. Cool below at subaru knocking transition plans under operation at full power so so so making us candies with higher quality factors namely lower surface. Resistance is really crucial because it it reduces the cost in cryogenic cooling. Okay so so. The application here is somewhat specific to particle accelerators What discoveries accidental that You get disinterested impurity. Thanks j.j. yes. Yes my colleague. In aggress lino fermilab. They do lots of studies but the it was sort of an Zoning approach to to trying to improve the performance of the accelerator counties. They did various studies where they They had oxygen. They ended up sometimes carbon nitrogen. They did many different days and they found that under a set of processing steps were introduced concentrations of nitrogen that increase the quality factor of these cavities by by almost a factor too so they went up to quality factors of were four times the power level. Let me put that in perspective for for for your listeners. These these carries They're under operation is Cavities that they're the best manmade resonator. So you're watch he'd be time and were pendulum offline galileo's pendulum galileo's pendulum had quality factor probably ten or twenty has been put in motion four years ago and it had a quality factor of ten eleven revolting lost about twenty percent of its amplitude. Today he is risen or they're really tremendous. The only thing better are atomic clocks. You really tremendous Technology innovation yeah. yeah so so you are. You are co director of the center for applied physics and superconducting technology. So this is a collaboration between slowly lap and northwestern that's right it story with Hoover upon the experimental and technology side after the discovery of nitrogen doping in its improvement. They wanted to to see there. There could be more directed. Approach is on improving performance by by bringing in experts on on superconductivity from the materials. In theory point of view. So that's how clever ration- started was was we have a. We have a strong group. In experimental. Supergun activity in north western. We have a group in in theory super activity including myself who form glamorization fermilab our officer research in from the national solar lab seated. Dr center the yeah. It's it's a the intersection of science and physics It seems like it's a. It's a good position to be and now the flu me. That knocked baskin. Combination is a lot of fun. I never done anything like this myself. I always been theorised but then now but it's It's been a pleasure to work on problems. Now that are driven by improving technology. So so it's been very exciting. Run you talk about As part of a cps Other areas here are quantum information science medicine. So on Can you give our on. You know what are the things that you're working on those idiots yes so let me tell you a little bit about our our news. Ventures which you're in the information signs specifically quantum computing quantum sensing building detectors. They're they're extremely sensitive or detecting. Whatever dark matter for example. Yeah so one of the leading not leading technology this being this developed for building quantum computers namely computers that take advantage of of quantum mechanics and quantum logic illness. The the analog of a of a bit in classical school computers called keep it. The physical realization of janette is is an electrical circuit and involved in a superconducting circuit devolving. He's like a capacitor. In doctors but in particular special device do superconductivity call the justice in tunnel junction. And they these devices were you when you cool him down below the conducting transition. They behave like atoms energy levels. Just like an animal you can. Excite address knows Lows states of the quantum circuit with microwave. Photons that's where the resonator come in nature become the devices by which you can communicate with your ads in this case your your era your quantum circuits right so superconductors player. We'll both in store in quantum information in the form of states of these gene. Betsy superconducting cubits. My colleague at northwestern ins was the co-developer developer of the of the cubit called trans mind. That is used worldwide. It's used by google. Ibm the group is everywhere. And it is exactly what i said. It's a an elementary circuit superconductors and the device color justice intel junction. Yeah i know that google demonstrators something. Recently i ibm demonstrate at something some quantum computing capabilities The the issue. I don't know much about him. But you said the issue is practical perspective comic cubits you can get right into a system and how stable they are and so on. Are those the issues. Those are the key issues There's there's a scale of how many how many cue that you can Bill into your into your machine that can also perform a.