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"nuno" Discussed on Parenting and Politics

Parenting and Politics

01:33 min | Last month

"nuno" Discussed on Parenting and Politics

"I'm ben and i'm just into that. I can say that. I think they'd be as a say about themselves. Which is you question. you said. i'm calling daycare providers. But you're so much more than that. The way i see what i nine patrick. Everyone in their community Providers actually eighth for working class and that ranges. I've seen help. Apparently advocate when a child is having an issue in school I've seen nuno patrick coach and support someone who having a problem with a landlord. I've seen Gathered food when families facing food insecurity. the emotional support the psychological support right. So it's it's you know you're right in saying that they are so much more they really are a safety in the broadest sense You know and care in the broadest sense right. It's like what people need to live. Lives with some dignity. Which again they do because they're amazing and not mortals So again null. And.

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Why Is Plankton Our Tiniest Unsung Hero?

BrainStuff

05:25 min | 9 months ago

Why Is Plankton Our Tiniest Unsung Hero?

"One of Earth's unsung heroes is also among its tiniest plankton. A single celled algae. It's barely visible to the eye. But it contributes to some of the world's most important resources it's essential to the food chain. It's a main supplier of oxygen and it's the fuel that keeps our cars running and our homes heated these organisms. No bigger than a human hair float. The sunny upper parts of the Ocean. The two main types of plankton phytoplankton and zooplankton support one another phytoplankton and organism so small. The millions can fit in one drop of water produces its own energy through photosynthesis accounts for nearly half of all photosynthesis on the planet zooplankton which are tiny animals in. Crustaceans like Copa Pods. Along with other small fish and marine creatures eat phytoplankton. Then become food for bigger fish and so on up the food chain from seals dolphins virtually every creature in the Ocean. Each either plankton or an organism. That depends on plancton in a David versus Goliath. Battle filter feeding baleen whales like the humpback rely on tiny organisms. Such as plankton and Krill. A filter these whales take huge gulfs of water than use their tongues to push out liquid. So foods like Krill. Plankton remain right. Whales also swim up and mouthed through plankton filled waters. They trapped the plankton and third tongue. That pushes the organisms down their throat but plankton role in the food doesn't stop in the ocean polar bears and seabirds rely on Plankton. Fueled meals like seals and fish. Even humans. Count on fish and therefore plankton to survive Americans loan eat around fifteen and a half pounds or about seven kilos of fish and shellfish per person per year. That's a whole lot of plankton. Plankton itself is making. Its way toward dinner tables. It's not common in restaurants yet. But on Angelina and Nuno Mendez. Both shafts of Michelin starred restaurants in Britain added Plankton to a special event menu in two thousand thirteen. This included delicacies. Like a plankton cocktail and plankton risotto. Leon told the UK newspaper Metro. It's velvety dry. Before mixing it with liquid silky ones mixed oily an elegant pungent on the nose yet subtle and leaves a long finish in the mouth while it's still wearing restaurants. Plankton is slowly catching on. According to fine. Dining lovers plankton producers Spanish agriculture company Phytoplankton Marino are growing microalgae for human consumption and one chef even tried his hand at Phytoplankton bread. Plantains earthly contributions go beyond the food chain. Marine plants like FIDO PLANKTON KELP and the plankton. Pretty seventy percent of Earth's oxygen in fact pro chloro- caucus type of phytoplankton produces the oxygen for one out of every five breaths a human takes and IDA plankton superpowers. Don't stop there. Not ONLY DO THEY HELP. Produce Oxygen through photosynthesis phytoplankton take carbon from the atmosphere during the process of living and store it in the ocean. They die which ultimately helps curb climate. Change this is similar to the process. Trees used to store carbon in leaves since photosynthesis consumes carbon dioxide. The carbon is basically stored in each plankton. A one group of scientists found that FIDO plankton incorporate up to forty five to fifty billion tons of inorganic carbon into their cells and that petroleum. We used to fuel our cars. It's made reprocess. The dates back to ancient seas and also involves that tiny superhero of an organism plankton when plankton die they sink to the bottom of the oceans. Here debris settles on top of them and chemical reactions transform the materials into waxy kerogen and Bittermann a black tar. That's one of the main ingredients of petroleum the carriage and also undergoes further changes as it heats and it becomes what's known as crude oil or if temperatures are even hotter natural gas plankton may be essential but the small organism is also a little bit trixie scientists too long struggle to accurately predict fido plank to numbers and growth rates. But that changed in two thousand five thanks to Nasr's satellite observations and thus reported that scientists can figure out phytoplankton numbers based on how green water is when phytoplankton get stressed by cold water. They become less green phytoplankton. Rich waters become greener as conditions and growth rates improve. Oh and by night. Plankton filled water conglo through the organisms bioluminescence electric blue green red or orange researchers estimate phytoplankton makes one percent of all of Earth's biomass. That's the total mass of organisms. But that number is dwindling study published in the journal Nature in July of twenty ten showed that gradually warming ocean waters have destroyed some forty percent of earth's phytoplankton since nineteen fifty whether we know it or not all. Humans rely on this micro algae. That's why a forty percent decrease or more is worrisome.

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"nuno" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

01:59 min | 9 months ago

"nuno" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"Way it was in January there's no reason we can't other than being told what I don't see how we ever go back to the way what what do you mean restaurants not open what I mean now places restaurants and had a hundred seats not only going to have forty I think that that in the nice the Nuno everybody wearing masks all the time out in public those are the thing was gonna be the minister no they're not non rush world not real ville don't fall for it always examine who when he is saying this before you sign on to what and I guarantee you if you look into what you'll find it's the same people who don't like America the way it's been for a long time who have thus sought to change it one way or the other this this emigration not guarantee you this is a test to determine who the serious people are if you want I can't move about as we please why should illegal immigrants be allowed to what are we going to immediately sequestered once again and what are we gonna put in cages what are gonna bring changes and make sure that no closer to sixty do we do what we gonna do I'm saying that on purpose Mr sternly and thrown it back at the left face so are you and I are mandated to be hunkered down in their homes illegals can cross the border and go wherever they want how is it fair by the way another quite how is it fair to bring immigrants into our country without a vaccine for the coronavirus isn't it a death sentence why would we want to treat the poor disadvantaged homeless thirsty hungry illegal immigrant why would we want to bring them into the country with the virus verging everybody in its wake that.

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"nuno" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on Ologies

"And sometimes it's just because he forgot to put a semi colon somewhere, and you spend hours trying to figure out like what did I do wrong? And it's just like something stupid like you put the semi colon in the wrong place, or it's stupid shit like that. But that's but that's the nature of the job. I no problem. Solvings kind of fun. It's cool Sino how much do you love someone who loves to solve programming errors? What's the best thing about what you do? Or the best thing about the moon. The best thing is getting to think about these things that are so much bigger than myself. It just takes it's a takes me out of of whatever's going on in my personal life, or whatever is going on in the world just focusing on something that is just out there, and it's so much bigger than us and bigger than whatever is happening in our world is is kind of like a vacation in a way of everyday problems. And I think that that's what I love the most about it to be able to think about these things that are. Might not impact me that probably don't impact me at all directly. But. There's there's relief in that in not having to worry about me or or anything directly related to me. Yeah. I guess it's all about perspective the moon once again, but you know, it's I think that especially in LA where we don't get a lot of weather getting to be able to track the moon and see where it's at and check in with it. It does feel like a little buddy. The you know, like how where are you in the scarano who was going on yet? What would your dream job be as a planetary Jolla? Just I would love to be involved in mission mission design in just thinking about like, what are the big questions that we still have to answer? And how can we design missions to answer those science questions Kennedy's back on the moon male? Right. Come on. What are we gonna do? It's right there. It's although you know, for all that we can say about this this administration. They love the moon. So. Says actually part of the executive branch. And if you knew that, it's it's it's not the executive. So whatever the president says is like what happens it's it's an executive branch department. Oh, my God government space force. And so an ass actually ends up being on the at the whims of whatever administration is is running. It just kinda crazy. So you end up losing a lot of money because you know, you start designing mission. And most of the time we will go to completion. But there's you might lose funding at some point because this administration doesn't like this project are, but right now this administration rather likes the moon wonder. Because it's closed. And I think I think what it is is that you can is a lot of commercial partners the possibility where if you do something really far away like Mars, there's so much so much more can go wrong that commercial partners. Don't want to be involved like private companies don't want to be involved. So but the moon, I think there's a lot of interest. And are we to mind the moon? We could whoa. I wonder what you want to go up there. Well, that she I think. And where can you find Raquel on social media, the one that I spend the most time on his Instagram? You can find me at the space geologist. That's that's where I talk about. There's also some babies stuff in there. But mostly science things that are happening. I love her Instagram. I always learning. Oh, that's so much. Whenever you have a new story pop up. I'm like, ooh. That's she got very excited about it. Thank you cool moon photos. And I'm like, she's killing it. Thank you so much for doing you for having me. So keep asking smart people stupid questions 'cause look how nice they are. And you can follow Cal again at the space geologist on Instagram. You can find all Ogies at all Ogies on Twitter and Instagram. I'm Allie ward with one L on both. And if you like all Ogies Tele friend if you want merch, go to Allah, Ogies, merch dot com. Thank you. Bonnie Dutch and Shannon Feltus for managing that. Thank you. Patrons at patriotair dot com slash allergies for making the show possible. Thank you. Erin..

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"nuno" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on Ologies

"Okay. We're back with Raquel. Are you ready for lightning round? Okay. Water sip water. The answer is. Yes, you got this. I'm going to just. Fire off as many as I can and total transparency. I didn't look through them because I just put this up last night. So we're going to go for it. Got it. Okay. Julia. Wants to know do we ever know what's on the dark side off out Janu switch it who's petite Tyler Munich, Mark Larson, Laura harder body choice, Anthony, stall, Emily manner. Kief all requested some hot gossip about the far side of the moon. We know we do. Yeah. There's been a so there's a spacecraft right now that's orbiting the moon. Call the lunar reconnaissance orbiter in it has taken spectacular high-definition beautiful pictures of the entire moon. You can go to their website and find pictures of the of the dark sour farsight. It's not the dark side the far side of the moon. It's one of my the coolest things that I think those cameras have done they've actually image the the Pala landing sites. So you can see the footprints. And the Rover prints that the astronauts left at the surface, and like the lunar module and the Rover it's still and you can see it. It's it's in images that were taken by L rock, the cameras on board L arrow recently on rock Instagram, the space geologist, she did a live stream of her looking at lunar dust under a microscope because some other folks in her lab were studying the optical properties of it. So how light or dark does it look in certain lights? We have moon dust lying around. And sometimes my adviser takes it out to show classes or and every time I go. I someone asked if you're afraid to sneeze around it. Yes, I've been so afraid of sneezing around it. But. And so I try to cover if I'm so we've used these samples for outreach events where it'll be like tons of people coming through. And I will always cover it with God because I'm petrified of of people just bumping into it. Or don't wanna lose moon? Does like now it would be so mad at us because it's all alone. It's on loan to us by NASA wrench stuff can you own anything from the moon? Not legally the stuff that was acquired by the Apollo mission. So I think that there's been some Russian selling of of samples that think there've been missions by the Russians that brought back samples not manned missions. But robotic missions that have brought back samples from the moon. And so I think I've seen some of that on sale in like EBay or something, but it won't be an Apollo mission dust that those are not allowed to be sold. I mean, if I put a pumice stone in the Vitamix. I couldn't make good for healing on EBay. Yeah. So so many rone's so excited. Remind me to make some extra cash that way Maria camera wants to know have you ever yelled at the moon, like Buzz Aldrin on thirty rock. Did he did he do that? I see you..

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"nuno" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on Ologies

"Do we know all of the craters are named after scientists? They are all the craters on the moon are named after scientists gets to name these days. There's a committee. There's so many craters on the moon. A lot of them are not named. What was there? Not either. Big in our for maybe we ran out of scientists. 'cause I think they have to be dead. I think so I wonder if anyone can use to me if you can you push me, I want to creator. Somebody poisoned my drink. I did a little follow up fact checking and the taiko moves situation is even weirder. He would send his moose out to parties without him. And at one the Meuse destroyed up drank too, many beers and fell down some stairs and died. Also, the name of the moon is different for different areas. So scholars or in one quadrant. Greek names are toward the north. And I found a NASA document from nineteen eighty one that read quote newcomers to lunar studies often expressed dismay at the apparently haphazard an illogical disposition of names and letters on lunar maps their dismay not without some foundation. Also, the taiko crater is sometimes referred to as the umbrella. So now, it's even more confusing belly button lunar butthole so many names moving on movies about the moon. Are there any that? You love hate paper moon moonstruck. Love. I will I will be. Crazy anything moon related in pop culture that either really gets your goat or that you love. Oh my gosh. There's a book about the moon pie. Really? Like, what did I it's called seventies? I don't remember the author is I'm really bad with names. Neil Stevenson, copyright twenty fifteen but it's called seventies. And the first thing that happens in the first page. So I'm not giving anything away is the moon explodes. Kaboom? Ouch. And then it's the story of the next five thousand years of what happens. Ooh, it's it's a beautiful story. And it's it's a good book amended. Does it explode because some pesky human went in through something one of its lava caves, I am I'm not gonna give anything it's like gouge do. And then again, stupid question. I don't care when the moon is really really huge in the sky, and it's very impressive. Or when it's really orange at the horizon. What is happening when sometimes we look out, and we're like, oh, my God is a witch gonna flypast that what's happening moon. Why are you so big? So so that actually happens to be a perspective thing it just looks big because it's near things in the horizon. So it's actually not that big it is it's a perspective thing, it's the same size as when you later on you look up, and it just looks small, but it just because there's nothing else around it. It just looks barring like in photography when you're trying to get like the scale if you're trying to take a picture of a landscape, and you really want to convey that the scale of something if you just take a picture of the thing that's really far away. But if you put something in the foreground, you can it becomes a lot more majestic because now you have this perspective of like, okay? Well, the human looks this big against it. Oh, wow. That must be huge. So it's the same idea. It's the same. Oh my God. It's an optical illusion. Yeah. Exactly. Why is that? When you see the Mooney autumn. So pretty I'm gonna take action. Senator my boyfriend be like the moon, and then you take a picture, and it looks like shit because it's an optical illusion. Because the cameras actually capturing what it truly is. But in your brain is interpreting it to be a lot more epic than it actually is. Oh my God. I know. I know. I know it's so sad. We can still marvel at it. Oh, yeah. I do every time. Do it every time and the redness is our atmosphere our atmosphere more easily scatters blue light. And so the red what reaches us is usually more the red lights if it's traveled for a long time. That's why sunsets are beautiful because it has more atmosphere to travel through. So a lot of the blue light has been scattered away leaving us with just the the red tones the orange tones..

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"nuno" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:00 min | 2 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on Ologies

"And in twenty twelve we had to add a second to the world clock just to make up for it. Moons. Like I did that likewise earth's gravity pulls on the moon. The moon slows down a little and then the moon becomes what's called tidally. Locked so its orbit around us takes twenty days and its own rotation takes about twenty eight days, which means that it's daylight for over thirteen earth days straight Racquel explains. And as you will hear this was news to me right now. It's it it is rotating. So the moon does rotate. So it spins around itself at the same period that it goes around the earth. So that's the reason why we always see the same face. I never knew that. Yes. I never do that. It's not stationary. If it were stationary. You would see all the faces. So it's rotating with the earth. So it is spinning and that's the reason why we see this same face. Always. Oh my God. I I didn't know for the longest time that we don't see the other side of the moon. Like, I just didn't it didn't even occur to me. I was like the moon changes so much sometimes it just looks like like big old, God just left a toenail clipping grind up in this guy. And you're like it's like come on, man. And then the times it's just it's just like phobias ball. Okay. Listen, I am your QVC hosts right now. Okay. Let me be your QVC host. I will throw my pride into a dumpster and ask the questions we're all to a barest to ask. But it's okay. I'm living in active inquiry. I'm ashamed how does the moon work? So the far side of the moon. What exactly is there? What's happening on the far side of the moon, more craters? Okay. Less lava much less lava most of the lava that ancient lava fields are here on the nearside. Like, I said the crisis thinner, so it's easier for lava to bubble up on this side. So the the far side it just like a much lighter color to the moon because it's mostly that north aside that I was talking about earlier. In lots of impact craters side note. So yes, the light side is on the dark side, which is really the far side. So the far side has tons of craters in it's lighter in color, and so far no alien commune's. Now, the near side is smoother and has darker splotches of basaltic those are called Marez because we did it back in the day. Folks thought they were oceans now the Marez are flatter, and they have fewer craters because it's younger terrain. So lider parts a north site rock called the highlands. The darker parts are assault called the Marez boom, the highlands and the Mari so Paolo sixteen landed on in the highlands at the lighter regions. But again, they tried to look for a place that was nice and flat. Non the latter craters because it's safer for the astronauts and for the Lander to land in and then Apollo seventeen landed right on the edge between a highlands and Amari because they were trying to sample the..

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"nuno" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on Ologies

"Tips on microphone used just look talk. Yeah. Straight into it. Adjust your levels a little bit more. Cakewalk. Calvary choleric. Oh, okay. Get. So what exactly would you say? When you introduce someone and say what you do what do you tell them? I tell them that. I'm a planetary geologist. Who has just what I say. And people usually have no idea what that means. They're like, I know geology. I don't planetary. What does that even mean? So then I say, I miss based geologist. I study rocks another planets, and that's what I tell them. And then they lose their mind. And then like what does? Yes. Yes. That's what I do. So what does the space geologist necessarily do as I say that? I'm actually an armchair geologist. So I sit on a chair and do geology. Here. Reclining geologists. Yeah. So we we have samples from rocks in other worlds. But most of the time we don't so is centrally us spacecraft data to analyze either images. I also do a lot of programming. So a lot of computational modeling of what's happening surface processes that are happening in other worlds. And so you are crunching numbers and data to try to figure out what is happening with the rocks on another planet. That's that's what I do. Do you all of the planets are just a few of the plant just a few the planet. So my two babies are the moon and Mars so Raquel got her bachelor's in geophysics in space physics. She got a master's in Nici allergy. And she's now completing her PHD in geology, and planetary science is all at UCLA, the first met her rock hill mentioned that she studies. Rocks, and she's always like rocks. I was like rock Al rock Cal. Yeah. How about that? And she said that she'd never really connected that she has the word rock in her name. And this discovery as you can imagine thrilled year-old downward here to like the point of giddiness. I was so much more excited about it. Then I think she was. But that's okay, anyway. So she studies Mars rocks as well. But the moon is is my my passion project. It's the high love the moon is one of the coolest planetary bodies ever in. It's so close. So it's he see it every day is just so tangible to to me until. People. So we do a lot of staring up at we do a lot of moon and toward the moon. I remember someone was telling me once like is like Mizrahi, the fashion designer was on a podcast, and he was he got caught being like, we is the moon planet is a Muna planet, and he had one of those moments where he just didn't remember. Okay. So I looked this up because if I don't share it, I will regret it to my grave, and this was actually live on QVC with host, Sean kilometer. Now, she's holding up like a blouse e amorphous Lee patterned, turquoise and key line. Top is perfect for like a ladies launch in Boca Raton, and she's with fashion designer Isaac Mizrahi who is not known for his humility now..

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"nuno" Discussed on Ologies

Ologies

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on Ologies

"And thank you for rating and subscribing and reviewing all Ogies on I tunes. He'll know. I creep you reviews, you know. I do it. So this week. Thank you ace Lee. Oh, four who says that they wish I lived next door quote. So you. Could drink wine while baking lopsided chew cobber shape? Cookies while singing at the top of your lungs and looking through telescopes waiting for this under come up. So you could go explore the backyard with magnifies microscopes in Remm filled. Naps in Brazilian hammocks. That life is house. Like a good one ace Li I would like to sign up. Thank you. Okay. Onward and upward to the moon. Okay. So the word selling -nology it comes from the Greek so N for moon and someone who studies the moon's movements or composition or formation is a Celena Logist. It's a real word. I mean, yes, sure sure, they can be geologists and astrophysicist you there are many different names, but sell analogy, it's thing it's cool. And while the term peaked in the late nineteen sixties probably due to all the Apollo hullaballoo. We're bringing it back right now. All giants. So this selling all GIS studies. Both Mars and the moon. She's a wonder I am very low. Lucky to have this gaggle of friends known as the nerd brigade. In Iowa's introduced to her at a barbecue through Derek Muller, aka Veritas him on YouTube and upon meeting. Her all of us were like this person rules, we love her she's permanent. Now, she's currently getting her PHD will also doing science communications. So she's done research and production with Veritas EM. She's written for Nastase lunar reconnaissance orbiter camera, aka El rock, blog and all around. She's just an earthling. I'm very proud to now. So she came over on a Sunday afternoon. She was wearing NASA sneakers, and we chatted on my couch. And I am now so much more informed about the moon. So get ready to marvel at the glow of selling allergist. Racquel new now..

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"nuno" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Hear so's prayed magazine. Nuno's people. Right. So Bradley Cooper and Iriana thank weren't talking at a restaurant. Theory. I am so working on that theory. I engaged to another man. I know engaged not married. I am just having fantasies that these two are like just gonna be like star crossed lovers that just couldn't get it out of each other's heads. Sorry, little baby. There's one years old sorry arena. Skanks shank, whatever. Her name is shook. I gotta move on. I could not get past the Gaga. She is the love of my life. I was on this movie, and it ignited something in me. And I can't put out the flame, you think. So maybe because there is a headline today you guys rally kupuna. Norwegian Shankar night. Barely spoke. Whatever it can I tell you barely speaking at a restaurant is you're in a fight or something. No. People in there and there. Please don't have to go to the restaurant to speak because they've brought their best friend. We come back and say Hollywood would speak. Previously on Jason and Alexis line is just in the morning. How are you? Well, how are you? Good on Cuba, college real for. Just going to ask. You yourself seem macabre when you look in the eyes. Macabre without a doubt. You know? What's happened? You're right. Just in. When you make a connection. The nice black that you don't it doesn't leave your mind. Justin. Part of my DNA. Never forget it. Bringing you everything entertainment Jason and Alexis in the morning with producer dawn on mytalk one zero seven one. Hey, gang. It's Julia here for learning.

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"nuno" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Weather service has confirmed that a one hundred yard wide tornado appeared in south western Michigans. Berry county the weather service said Sunday in a release that a preliminary report shows the tornado was on the ground in Prairieville township for about two minutes. Saturday evening it had wind speeds up to seventy five miles per hour and traveled nearly a half mile minor damage. Was reported the Saginaw city council has agreed to development deal that will save an historic one hundred forty four year old mansion. From demolition the Saginaw news reports that the council voted last month to accept the agreement from Ann. Arbor builders the mansion will include community, meeting space a gift shop and office space and will provide historical information about, the city the present generation of a family that has operated ferries between the mainland and to Lake Michigan. Island Winds for more than. A century hopes to keep the job a while longer Michael Grosvenor and his sister Megan nuno's our fourth generation co owners of Manitou island transit which provides. Ferry services at sleeping bear dunes national lakeshore their contract with the National Park Service expires in a few months and. They hope to get a new one officials say a kayak ride on lake superior that ended in the deaths of four Wisconsin. Family members would have been difficult even for experienced paddlers Bob crewmen acre superintendent of the apostle islands. National League shore says it was a, sobering reminder of the vast nece, and danger of the great lake Wham.

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Heineken seals $3.1 billion tie-up with China Resources Beer, shares surge

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

05:20 min | 2 years ago

Heineken seals $3.1 billion tie-up with China Resources Beer, shares surge

"Inherent Singapore Juliette saly and I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg, world headquarters in New, York so the action now. Up and running, in Shanghai and in the opening moments that composite. Index is down about two tenths of one percent after a drop of more than two percent in the previous session in Hong Kong meantime hang. Sang holding onto a gain of about two tenths of one percent was a lot of weakness in the market in Hong Kong. As well we'll take a deeper dive into markets momentarily right now this hour's top business stories we'll come secretary Wilbur Ross is signaling more trade pain for China. Unless Beijing changes it system he told, Fox News the administration will make it It harder to China, to continue what. He called it bad practices then it would be to reform but foreign minister. One year says the, tariffs also hurt American companies The US is trying to, put pressure on China but we don't think such an approach will work China is ready to. Talk to anyone. Who is ready to talk to us including the US. But this kind of dialogue has to take place on the basis, of mutual, respect and equality China has repeated it. Will never surrender to US, trade threat free time trade tensions aren't defecting the outlook on China for two money managers Tom mossy and Nuno Fernandez oversee trilogy, global advisors. This firm has one point two, billion in its emerging. Wealth fund mess as. Mossy and Fernandez believe most attractive investment opportunities in developing nations remain in Asia especially China, they mentioned, two, companies in particular one selling luxury spirits the other expensive toothpaste China has been increasing consumption of, high end products given rising wages, there along with government healthcare investments Nick I news is saying shop Will stop making, household appliances in Japan and fiscal twenty. Nineteen shop will end l. c. d. TV production at its strategic pants and. Stop making refrigerators in Asaka says the production will, move to its Hon Hai facilities in Thailand and. Elsewhere shops domestic facilities will concentrate on high value electronic components now she has a down almost, two percent but remember they rise about twelve percent of the prior to sessions on the back. Of that news. Of have preferred share buyback Heineken is pardoning with China. Resources beer holdings Heineken will pay three point one billion and four, that the, company will have a twenty rather forty. Percent stake in c. r., h. beer this is a joint venture with China Resources Bloomberg's Emma O'Brien tells us China's beer market is seeing a lot more, competition a. Lot of analysts do say that, it may have already. Paid here that the. Market is evolving which will be a challenge for Heineken there is a push towards more, premium brands, I, drink is becoming more sufficient Dicator so that will be something that Heineken we'll have to take on with this investment last year China Resources said it was looking to acquire brewers to keep its market lead in China China's struggling a group is said. To be examining options Fritz Avalon aircraft, leasing unit. We're told films backed by Hong Kong tycoons, Laker Shing and Henry Chang have held talks about buying a stake or some of evidence aircraft Avalon had a book value. Of. More than seven billion dollars at, the end. Of last year and has, the potential to be among h and as biggest disposals well here in the US CBS said that its second. Quarter net income rose boost by boosted by. Higher fees from its network affiliates and its subscribers this report comes as CBS. Is investigating CEO les Moonves says over sexual misconduct claims a writer for the Hollywood reporter said there, may be another moon vez story coming. Out soon moon vez surprisingly participated in the. Earnings call after the news bloomber Paul, Sweeney tells us this could be a strong sign moon vez is still confident. In his position at the company here's. One of the strongest presences in Hollywood relationships with everyone. But so is Harvey Weinstein CO the very strong company as opposed to the Weinstein company. Which was a much smaller entity so it remains to. Be seen but you know. At least at this stage everything seems to be status quo it's business as usual well to stock in CBS was down nearly two percent in late US trading whereabout thirty five past the hour right now let's get you caught up on where we stand in markets the offshore Chinese Yuan slightly a. Higher, but not by much where it's six eighty seven seventy three we broke that six eighty eight level during the New York session in terms of. The equity market Shanghai composite right now is. Holding onto a gain of about one. Tenth of one percent after selling down, more than two percent yesterday in Hong Kong meantime hang sang is up less than one tenth of one percent it too Dropped about two percent in the. Previous session in Seoul the kospi is a head one. Half of one percent and in Sydney the ASX two hundred, is better by about three tenths of one percent Nikkei two twenty-five benefiting from a slight pullback in the Japanese yen against. The dollar we're at one eleven. Seventy four talking, earlier about to be OJ intervention in the JJ be market. Nikkei right now is. Ahead, by three tenths of one percent and the US ten year treasury in the Tokyo session a smidgen under three percent. In yield terms Juliette s Magen will the first inspection of. 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Wilbur Ross Signals More Tariff Pain Ahead in China Trade Battle

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

03:45 min | 2 years ago

Wilbur Ross Signals More Tariff Pain Ahead in China Trade Battle

"Daybreak Asia just gone past seven thirty in, the morning, here in Hong Kong very good morning so all of you I'm, David Ingles and I'm Doug krizner at Bloomberg. World headquarters in New York. We've got the employment report, tomorrow eight thirty p. AM I'm sorry Wall Street. Time special coverage for you here on Bloomberg radio we'll talk more about that coming up cash markets in Tokyo Sydney and Seoul open at the top of the hour. Futures on the K.. Show is maybe one hundred points above where we were in cash yesterday but we had a meltdown in the Chinese currency. During the New York session we'll talk more about that as we continue right now this hour's. Top business stories. And perhaps playing into, that story dot com or secretary Wilbur Ross is signaling more trade pain here. For China unless well unless he. Says Beijing changes that system he. Told Fox News. The administration will make it harder for China. To continue what he called bad practices then it would be too well reform but foreign minister Wani says Taras also hurt American companies The US is trying to put pressure on China but, we don't think such an approach will, work to China is. Ready to talk to anyone who is ready to talk to us including the US. But this kind of dialogue has to, take place on the basis of mutual respect and equality That's repeated it will. Never, surrender to US trade threats well those trade tensions aren't affecting the outlook on China for two money managers. Based here in the US I'm. Talking about Tom Massie. And Nuno for nana's. They oversee the trilogy global advisors the firm has about one point two billion in its emerging. Wealth fund now as messy and Fernandez believed the, most attractive investment opportunities in developing nations remain in Asia is specially China they mentioned two companies in particular one sells luxury spirits the other expensive toothpaste. China is increasing consumption of high end products due to marginally rising wages and government healthcare investments Yeah I kind of know think, what, the toothpaste maker is a fairly expensive. Set myself that's probably. Anyway we'll talk more about that later on let's have a look at Japan. No Nikkei news is saying sharp listen to this. Will, stop making household appliances in Japan so in fiscal twenty nine nine. The conic Japanese company of course. Will end LCD TV production at its Chidi. Plant, in the country and start making refrigerators in Osaka the Nikkei says production. Will move to its haunt high facilities in Thailand and elsewhere Sharp's domestic facilities. Will concentrate on high value electrical. Components apple made history in the, states today stock finished at two seven. Thirty, nine following a strong earnings report in the prior session apple became the first US company with a market. Cap over a trillion dollars other. US tech giant's not. Far behind Amazon alphabet. Microsoft each worth more than eight hundred billion are from that level groups struggling company here said The examining now it's options for its Avalon aircraft leasing unit now we're told firms backed by Hong Kong. Tycoon, Li Ka-shing and Henry Chang has held talks about buying a stake or some of. The company's assets, now Avalon had a book value of. More than seven billion dollars at. The end of last year and. Has potential to be among HANA's biggest disposal stateside it. Was a mixed day for equities. The story from Bloomberg's Charlie Pellett the Dow lower s&p NASDAQ higher NASDAQ gaining for a third day is tesla and payments process of. Square jumped after, reporting second-quarter results as for global trade tensions and markets trae Polaski. Is chief investment officer at teepee w investment, management but. I think the risk is here that you.

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"nuno" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

Side Hustle Pro

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on Side Hustle Pro

"So with that when I'm off, I'm teaching in the city and also sort of working. On the next thing for me, and I also launched training programs for professional dancers because one of them's called rock the industry in that's my baby is sort of a complete sort of development program for an individual as a as an individual. You know, with the spirit as a business person in as dance professional, and it requires you to stretch limits of each of those three categories. So put my my students threw it in the program. They come out. I hopefully it seems like butter humans, you know. So I am developing things to fill sort of a gap of what I would have loved to see as I was coming up in a way that keeps you know, upcoming artists from making not just making the same mistakes but evolving, you know, in faster in social media. In this way, our whole societies right now, everything is so microwave, you almost you don't have time for an incubation. Period, you know, everything is so visible is like back in the day, we got to kinda work on ourselves in the dark in innocence, like with whoever was there physically, it wasn't just on blast twenty four, seven. So it's almost like you can never make mistake Nuno. So it kind of sucks. You know, because if you if you do go dark than you're not visible so they don't know you exist. It's like this weird, you know, sort of balancing game with with the world. So we know for me, I try to approach that of very light holistic in very business savvy as well as you know, very sort of like I expect a high level of professionalism from them in teaching them all those things. So for me, I'm trying to build something a platform that's bigger in in the teaching world outside of just teaching classes because I feel like I have that much more to give them. Mike teaching is through classes has been tremendous, but I think my best teaching has been outside classes. If you know what I mean in with dance, it's very peculiar art form. You can if you're looking, you can see exactly what someone's going through by how they move, and it's really evident in you when you address it, it can change your lives. And that's one of the reasons I wanted to have you in the guest chair because I feel like we don't know that much about people who make in this complex world of dance at I know nothing about how you structure your life and how do you continue to just thrive given the unpredictability..

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"nuno" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:17 min | 2 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"There because I'm adult should have. Them Well here's the issue of, an I should have closed their I usually do but they're like a lotta? Ratty Jim shirts what is this This is vintage Francesa was mocking my yellow. Submarine Nuno goal, first of all hold. On a second I am not for incest when it comes. To mocking close. Look at. Me. I'm mocking you. Gotta learn to Okay I, can wear shorts you. Cannot wear shorts okay there's a big difference okay Gobi number. One for twenty. Five years. Okay. You number one I was just it was the Nick thing. Because. I think and it's. Smart if you were. Doing. This you should be. Asked. Me to get into your. Opponent's head. And. I do that I don't need to do that because I so where? Do you wanna. Start actually have that this, going to ask you a question I don't ask. Me. Anything no I'm gonna ask you so make your case for why the rules. Should remain I to hear, I'm going to say that but here's the way I think, it should go okay I think that you should each get. A minute and a half or opening statements, on making their. Point which is basically what you just asked. Me start hold. On, top down here okay so I think. We each do that okay and, then we. Can retort each other and now fight and everybody wants to interchange because getting out of hand he could stop and ask them questions? Whenever Ernie turns the mic. On, we stop he controls it now the party will be the authority here I? Like that yeah. I think that's the way, to go so Alexey second opening statements second just. Fine I. Am a fair guy I like you so if you would like to go first or you want me to, offer your idea your show so at. The clock now America's a great country I, love it but. One thing that's happening is we're getting too. Soft okay we. Get, very very soft so when a guy. Gets hurt I've got a Hugh own no No he's sworn, the He ran the. Basis he got hurt we need. To, change the rules Oh no, do we hear that when a pitcher I dunno? Fields a ground ball are we going to hear that down the road can you promise me that? Instead of whining and complaining about injuries or guys aren't good at, something if you're not good at. Something practice and get better at something these are. All world class athletes. These guys stole off usually guys who hit pitch, they do it all now all. Of, a sudden because of other. Leagues which is. Always, a great excuse well no, other league has it they don't performance well if you do. Something enough you can do something better. Swan sick of America getting soft I'm, sick of making rules the softness. If you want America. To, be tough you stick with what we've got here's what. I know. Evan the designated hitter has. Been in place since nineteen Seventy-three right forty, if you work in baseball now over the, last? Twenty or, thirty years there has been. A great amount of. Changes right I. Mean we look at the wild Court baseball purists said the wild card will never work now it is institution interleague play why? Do we have interleague play why do we have middle relievers sooner, or later you have to acknowledge. A way that we once went about things needs. To change and when. I sit there and I watched some of these, putrid embarrassments on both sides of. The, spectrum I'm not talking about. Just nationally pitches. Or, just American League pitchers I, am watching incompetence at the highest level I pay a lot. Of money to go to games I. Want to see the very best of, the best and I'm sorry it. Is far more entertaining. To, watch a guy like Stanton a guy like j. d.. Martinez a. Guy like big Papi or. Ankle Martinez match for four or five at, bats candidates to see a double switch or, it? Is quote, unquote strategy that's out there Better Aranda, baseball in the American League case close there's a lot unpack, here to attack number one you, said something false what's that you cleaned that we only c. j. d. Martinez because there's a d. h. give me, a break if there was no DAT still play As a designated. As a. D. h. because the. Rules there? But it's not as if you.

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"nuno" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"You know as you watch the golden state warriors as my producer nuno's everyone's was point now you know there's something missing and a lot of people can't put their finger on it but i can't see watching this series is exactly why i'll never put lebron over mj because even though he has nothing to do with this series this series typifies that era we're living in those phoenix suns that made noise being credited with revolutionizing the game of basketball because of my den tony's ofensive mindedness and what have you would their seven seconds or less getting a shot off and stuff like that john what was that number they would nineteenth but what was it what's the category it was in in terms of pace of play i mean these are the kind of things there were talking about here average pace the phoenix suns were number one okay in two thousand and four thousand and five mike dantonio team houston rockets they were ranked nineteenth meaning the phoenix suns back then a ninety eight point six percent pace or ninety eight point six pace that pace right now that the had the phoenix suns number one in two thousand four two thousand five that same number right now would be number nineteen the pelicans were played a great place at a greater pace even today's phoenix suns with play at a better pace the lakers the seventy sixers the warriors all play at a better pace at a faster pace.

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"nuno" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"You know as you watch the golden state warriors as my producer nuno's everyone's was point now you know there's something missing and a lot of people can't put their finger on it but i can't see watching this series is exactly why i'll never put lebron over mj because even though he has nothing to do with this series this series typifies that era we're living in those phoenix suns that made noise being credited with revolutionizing the game of basketball because of my den tony's ofensive mindedness and what have you would their seven seconds or less getting a shot off and stuff like that john what was that number they would nineteenth but what was it what's the category it was in in terms of pace of play i mean these are the kind of things there were talking about here average pace the phoenix suns were number one okay in two thousand and four thousand and five mike dantonio team houston rockets they were ranked nineteenth meaning the phoenix suns back then a ninety eight point six percent pace or ninety eight point six pace that pace right now that the had the phoenix suns number one in two thousand four two thousand five that same number right now would be number nineteen the pelicans were played a great place at a greater pace even today's phoenix suns with play at a better pace the lakers the seventy sixers the warriors all play at a better pace at a faster pace.

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"nuno" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

Power 105.1 FM

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM

"Sake chickens profit i wasn't she cook up and chat with the phone paragon east low around the globe like a fucking walking walking walking walking like a fucking tuchus go punking walking talking plug in talking talking talking plug in bucket walk it just my brewing noted legally go no pocket talk of nuno letter we love holdout out on makeup cookie get the copy frisson need a couple of callers to go by me bucket about it got counter like a fucking walking walking it walking like a target talking like a tuchus don't give a day the democrat a little bit of a mix but like adults i've been called a lot of my twenty three years that donkey of the day is a new one.

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Chicago, Special Agent In Charge and Atf discussed on

02:16 min | 2 years ago

Chicago, Special Agent In Charge and Atf discussed on

"In the news center ashley flood ktar news they're staying for now this morning president trump was asked about a new york times reports suggesting that us true group draw down in south korea may soon happen at some point in the future i would like to save the money you know we have thirty two thousand troops there but i think a lot of great things will happen but troops are not on the table the president did say that he and north korean leader kim jong un have settled on the spot to meet adding an announcement on that location should be coming in the near future the president made the comments well on his way to dallas to address the annual and our convention before boarding air force one this morning the president was asked about his lawyer and good friend rudy giuliani's recent revelations about stormy daniels the porn star and payments to her as well as the muller investigation started yesterday got his facts straight he's a great guy but what he does you divert bad for our country the president also said he still wants to sit down with special counsel robert muller the president right now speaking live to the national rifle association convention in dallas the kellaway a volcano on hawaii's big island is forcing at least eighteen hundred people to flee their homes iran has been rocked by several small earthquakes in the us geological survey said that that's what caused those cracks this week the biggest earthquake though yesterday a five point oh that's what sent that huge plume of pink smoke up into the air before the eruption so right now with authorities are going door to door they're making sure that everybody that is in harm's way is getting out and they're trying to assess the situation we have to remember that these lava flows are incredibly unpredictable just as much as they are dangerous abc's keno whitworth an atf agent is recovering after being shot while on a drug investigation in chicago the atf selena nuno's these special agent in charge gave this update on the agents condition is currently in stable condition he is anticipated making a full recovery chicago police say they were working a federal investigation when the atf agent was shot and critically wounded in the cities back.

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"nuno" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"All right raymond nuno's here i'm gonna put march brandis phil tomorrow okay we'll do that come so interested in ram all she's overcome and our wonderful life parties and everything i'm de for another one oh ployees sat there next the loan talk ninety minutes while he punched his hand fix his one hand makes you a fast and he just punches now back back back back back back back back chris berman cadbury eggs you talk to sly stallone for ten minutes he feels cheated screwed and overlooked in this town that's how endemic it is it's built in to the systems star trying and totally sad that's only satisfying to me i told him for twenty minutes he felt slighted he felt under appreciated and he is i believe i write let's version of everything you're talking about i'm like damn i really wanted total recall or whatever that thing is i'm sure at some point who was believe it version is that it is it comes with the territory so conversations with maria menounos weekdays ten am on sirius xm one oh nine and obviously the podcast conversations with maria menounos best of every friday on apple podcasts shooter tweet at maria menounos so this part where you have to you're betting on yourself but you start building up this nut you haven't ployees you have your mom this compound studios have all this stuff but now you know i think glenn beck pretty much just filed for bankruptcy because glenn beck started off on his own started subscribe.

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"nuno" Discussed on Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast

Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"nuno" Discussed on Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast

"So when the holy spirit comes to live in you your made holy you're filled with righteousness you have new desires that come in you that's why the bible says that he that nuno soon became sin that we might be made the righteousness of god in christ you've been made right with god through christ now god wants us to learn how to act right he gives us a seed of everything that he wants us to do god is never going to require you to do something and not give you an ability to be able to do it that's why i i've been saying a lot for the last couple of years anything that got asked you to do our tells you to do you can do it he's not gonna tell us to do something that we cannot do so the most foolish thing for us to say as god that's too hard i can't because if you really believe that god told you to do it then you can do it we find it so hard to forgive people who heard us and that's our excuse for staying in bitterness what is just so hard is just so hard but you know what if we couldn't do it god wouldn't have filled the bible with instructions to do it an and everything that god tells us to do is for our benefit everything that god i asked you to do or not to do is for your benefit so with our body we contact the world with our spirit we contact god what the sooner part of us with our solar contact ourselves your soldier your personality it's hugh.

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