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Reuters Confirms the Sham Investigating of January 6 Events

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last month

Reuters Confirms the Sham Investigating of January 6 Events

"And yet we have Democrats who are obsessed with pardoning. Killers. Jimmy Carter did it. Bill Clinton did it. Obama did it. Cuomo has done it. He marked his Final day in office Monday by handing out four sentence computations and one pardon. He also made a parole board referral for a 76 year old man. Over his role in the deadly 1981 Brinks armored car robbery. David Gilbert, a weather underground member. Now this is the thing I told you about the weather underground in the attack on the Capitol building and my brother. Crucial buildings. And they're pardoned by a Democrat. Another attack on the Capitol building shots fired From the gallery. Part by a Democrat. David Gilbert, a weather underground member who was convicted of three counts of second degree murder and four counts of first degree robbery for his role in the crime. The resulting in the deaths of Nyack police Sergeant Edward O'Grady, an officer Waverly Brown, as well as a Brinks guard Peter Page. He was serving a sense of 75 years to life in prison. With no possibility of parole until 2056 Gilbert's son. Do you know who his son is? He's the district attorney. San Francisco. Boudin sound familiar? Boutin. Had lobbied Cuomo for his release. His announcement, Cuomo said Gilbert would be referred to the parole Board for potential release and praised his significant contributions to AIDS education as they always do. He contributed, said No. He murdered people He was involved in it.

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Democrats Like Andrew Cuomo Obsessed With Pardoning Murderers

Mark Levin

01:59 min | Last month

Democrats Like Andrew Cuomo Obsessed With Pardoning Murderers

"And yet we have Democrats who are obsessed with pardoning. Killers. Jimmy Carter did it. Bill Clinton did it. Obama did it. Cuomo has done it. He marked his Final day in office Monday by handing out four sentence computations and one pardon. He also made a parole board referral for a 76 year old man. Over his role in the deadly 1981 Brinks armored car robbery. David Gilbert, a weather underground member. Now this is the thing I told you about the weather underground in the attack on the Capitol building and my brother. Crucial buildings. And they're pardoned by a Democrat. Another attack on the Capitol building shots fired From the gallery. Part by a Democrat. David Gilbert, a weather underground member who was convicted of three counts of second degree murder and four counts of first degree robbery for his role in the crime. The resulting in the deaths of Nyack police Sergeant Edward O'Grady, an officer Waverly Brown, as well as a Brinks guard Peter Page. He was serving a sense of 75 years to life in prison. With no possibility of parole until 2056 Gilbert's son. Do you know who his son is? He's the district attorney. San Francisco. Boudin sound familiar? Boutin. Had lobbied Cuomo for his release. His announcement, Cuomo said Gilbert would be referred to the parole Board for potential release and praised his significant contributions to AIDS education as they always do. He contributed, said No. He murdered people He was involved in it.

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The Art and Science of Breath With Author James Nestor

Untangle

01:50 min | 2 months ago

The Art and Science of Breath With Author James Nestor

"Did it particularly interesting experiment that you talk about in the book that is to take your mouth shut now. Anybody listening might wonder why on earth would want want take their mouth shut. Sumi could explain. Both why is interesting key and be what. Your experience was so lot of us. Think that the pathway through which we take in breath doesn't matter the mouth the knows who cares were dispersed as breath in. It's getting into our lungs and that's fine and a lot of the medical community. Believe this as well because they know that the body can compensate for different ways of breathing but compensation is different from being healthy. So the more. I started talking with ranallah gist and other experts. I was working with. Dr jack are nyack down at stanford numerous interviews with him and he kept explaining all of these essential functions that the nose plays in our health mental functions physical functions. I mean it goes on and on and on and it turns out that from about twenty five to fifty percent of the population. Habitually mouth breathes. So we don't get any of the benefits of nasal breathing when we're breathing through our mouths so it was part of my research. I wanted to see if i could improve my breathing over the course of a year and i took cat scans before and after and adopted different breeding habits in one of them and i know. The sounds sketchy. But they're studying this at stanford and their doctors who have been prescribing. This for decades is at night especially issues a teeny piece of tape. Put over your lips so that you are not going to be mouth breathing at night and so much of our health depends on those two channels and for breathing through her mouth for third of her life. It's just bad news across the board

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Plans are in the works for a Venus Rover

Innovation Now

01:02 min | 6 months ago

Plans are in the works for a Venus Rover

"Jonathan souter is a matrix engineer. At nasa's jet propulsion laboratory and a nyack fellow. The venus rover is one of the visionary ideas currently being funded for study by nasr's in of advanced concepts program. Nasa innovative advanced concepts or nyack is both a program which funds individuals to work on new space innovations but also a community of innovators which re imagines the future of space exploration. The programme seeks innovators from diverse and non traditional sources. People with far-reaching ideas. Jonathan's prototype may never make it to venus but the technologies developed by his team and other nyack fellows could change the future of aerospace. I really wanna be part of the team that makes new discoveries that either right scientific textbooks or makes the history books i also love the involved things that push the limit of what's possible for innovation. Now i'm jennifer. Pulley

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The Extent of Tech Regulations With an Expert

7 Layers

07:40 min | 7 months ago

The Extent of Tech Regulations With an Expert

"I'm here with juniper networks is bob dunne to talk about oversight regulations in the tech industry. Hello bipolar you. Good connor how are you. I'm doing well tell us a little bit about your history working with government and how it regulates the tech industry web connor i. I moved to virginia with my family about eighteen years ago. I know mentor of mine from nortel said. Can you come down here and help me figure out this federal thing as he put it and i fell in love with the federal market and its customers Since then i was in a bid for awhile. And then i worked exclusively with the intelligence community for nortel which was some of the most rewarding work i've ever i've ever done then. I tried my hand in small business. I went to a company called star which is based out of portland oregon again focused on the army and tactical solutions. Then i went to ericsson federal which was actually sold in in spun off and korea. We created the company called ozias which still exists today. And then i went back to pack star. I was ceo. They are for a little over four years. And now i'm With juniper and very proud to be vp of federal for juniper networks with regards to standards and regulations and how the oversight works with the tech industry. You know you have the usual names. Like the fcc in epa eeoc in other agencies like that but What many may not be familiar with our agencies. Gsa which is a general services administration and nist which is the national institution for standards and technology. Their mission is to enable innovation through standards and measurements. And then on top of that. Of course you have congressional oversight which pays attention to The industry and what tech companies put out whether it's a service Or hardware yeah. I'm a big fan of nist here at sgx. Because i used so much of their documentation to help. Inform my understanding of technology. When i'm writing my articles before we dive into specifics. How is the tech industry regulated Do the industry regulators and various governments. Have a tight grip or things still fairly lax. I guess it depends on which industry. You're talking about so when the part that i'm familiar with an obviously involved in right now as network equipment providers we provide solutions and we are heavily regulated when you look at the social media companies You know it's it's a new world and you've heard about the Congressional meetings and some of the scrutiny twitter and facebook and others are under. And i think they're just trying to figure out now how best to regulate them do you Put a lot of standards in place like we have today through all the certifications we go through the federal government It remains to be seen with the latest Hack that occurred. A lot of people are concerned about cybersecurity as they should be. And i think there's going to be more regulation in that area as well. yeah maybe rightfully so. What are some of the significant government or industry regulations that organizations are still complying with. Well again you know nist is is very important to juniper and we go through the steps internally and then we put forward our solutions to nist and other agencies there's an organization called the gic which is joint interoperability interoperability tests center. We put a lot of our solutions through that process and then are certifications like a fed ramp when you're talking about the cloud phipps. has strong criteria that that Have to be met and other certifications going on down the line. So you think about. Americans with disabilities act which is section five away if to be compliant with that and the list is pretty long but When you select the market that you want to go after and provide secure solutions it's necessary. It's a requirement so that will continue. And i think those companies that comply with the standards and regulations really benefit from the outcomes because it makes their solution stronger. And while there's a lot of company oversight internal oversight. I think having the checks and balances only make the company stronger. That's good to hear. It seems like there's more regulations than just on the tech itself like you mentioned About disabilities and it isn't important to remember that these organizations are just like any other in that they have the workplace regulations on top of the technological regulations Exactly however in general what does regulation of the tech industry look like in the united states. You know what aspects of the technology are most regulated while the first word that comes to mind is security so every aspect of what we delivered to our customers. has different levels of security. There's risk management framework. Put out by diet cap that must be followed and we do I mentioned the There are others that are put in place like nyack. The national information assurance partners And they focus on common criteria and then companies also put in the rigors into their supply chain so supply chain management is critically important because it starts really at the idea of a solution or a product or a service all the way down the chain to implementation at offering so especially with the bad actors that are trying to penetrate networks companies have to Maintain control and put in a security standards that are second to none and if you look at the best technology companies the most successful technology companies security is always top of mind and and i think it will be top of mind for a long time.

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Some of Edward Hopper’s Earliest Paintings Are Actually Copies He Made From a How-To Art Magazine

Kottke Ride Home

05:29 min | 1 year ago

Some of Edward Hopper’s Earliest Paintings Are Actually Copies He Made From a How-To Art Magazine

"Zoom in art history doctoral student of the court hauled institute in London has just caused quite a stir in the art world. was. Shadwick has discovered that at least three of Edward Hopper's early oil paintings are copies of other artists work. Two. Of them come from a magazine for amateur artists that was published before hopper's paintings of the same scenes and a third appears to be copied from Victorian painted porcelain plaque. Painting by Bruce Crane that appeared in the magazine, the art interchange in eighteen ninety called a winter sunset is nearly identical to. Eighteen Ninety, seven old ice pond at Nyack. A painting that also appeared in the art interchange in eighteen eighty, six called ships by Edward Moran is a near identical match to Edward Hopper's ships from eighteen, ninety eight. And the Victorian Porcelain Plaque based on an unidentified painting I think needs a little bit more verification but it does look just like hoppers 1897 church landscape. You can see all of these side by side in the New York Times article linked in the show notes. But a couple of notes on this Carter, foster hopper expert and director at the Blanton Museum of art in Texas notes that it's not at all unusual for artists of the time to have gotten their start by copying other works it was part of the learning process. But the problem is that much of the myth of hopper that he leaned into a bit while he was alive was that he had a preternatural talents especially evident in his early oil paintings that he created all on his own quoting the New York Times for Kim Canetti curator of drawings and prints at the Whitney. Museum. In New York where she is. At. Work on a big hopper, show the copying that Mr Shannon with revealed has more important repercussions. It cuts straight through the widely-held perception of hopper as an American. Original. She said as an artist whose innate genius allowed him to emerge on the scene without a debt to others. The only real influence I've ever had was myself. He wants claimed and quotes. And importantly, hoppers version of old ice pond nyack is currently being sold by an art gallery for between three hundred and four hundred thousand dollars. Will these revelations change anything about that price points and other sales of his early works? Showed wakes discovery is still in the process of being compiled and peer reviewed but perhaps, the market and hoppers legacy will shift somewhat in the near future. You know hopper's art has become a symbol of everyday life in mid century America his paintings brought to life the predominant thoughts and feelings of the time quoting again from the New York Times critics and scholars have always been intrigued by awkwardness that hopper allowed himself in many of his classic paintings sees that looked more painted than liquid in his famous groundswell, the Awkward Anatomy of his female nude in morning in the city or the stony faces of the diners in nighthawks. Now that we know that hopper was never a painting prodigy we can think of his later paintings as deliberately revisiting the limitations of his adolescence and finding virtue and power there. There's a classic move in American. Culture to see the unschooled in Homespun as more authentic and especially as more authentically American than the sophist stories of those decadent old Europeans end quote. And yet this is something I think about sometimes you know oddly for a nation. So deeply entrenched in its origins in the idea of the Protestant work ethic does seem to be this pervasive narrative throughout the centuries in. United. States that someone who is just miraculously gifted born perfect in a certain field or talent without help or instruction from anyone else is so much better. So much more deserving of being glorified than someone who Had to work hard at it who trained in grew over time maybe made some mistakes along the way not only does that do a disservice to the true fact that many people do have to work hard to perfect skills and talents and lead many to give up if they think they're not perfect at their first shot, but it erases the many people who help someone hone their craft and make it to where they are. Leads us to only praising leaders, celebrities, Star athletes, people in the spotlight and forgetting all about the people, the coaches, the teachers, the drivers, the medics, the operations, managers, the custodial workers, the domestic workers, the caregivers. Who Make someone's life like that possible I don't think there is anything at all wrong with Edward Hopper copying other artists as he learned his craft. But I do think it speaks volumes that he chose to or felt he had to particularly as he became this emblem of Americana Incarnate, hide that he had had any type of early instruction or influence, and thereby taking credit over these other artists instead of bringing them into the fold with him the New York Times mentions that part of it was so revolutionary and captivating about hoppers work was his depiction of average everyday life in America and they conclude I. Agree quotes. If. Hopper claimed to be an absolute original uninfluenced by others, his greatest paintings work hard to convey a different image of their maker. Their studied awkwardness asks us to imagine him as someone who might indeed have started his career copying someone else as just your average American working hard to make good end quote.

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"nyack" Discussed on Hurdle

Hurdle

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"nyack" Discussed on Hurdle

"A fair amount lately, and that is this feeling of like overwhelm. And just like. Trying to get through it here. You know this week. Especially, it was one of those weeks where I felt like I was doing everything and nothing and on Monday and Tuesday I was sitting at my desk and staring blankly and feeling unproductive and frustrated, and I know having had a lot of conversations with many of you about this topic that many of you have certainly been feeling the same way lately. So. Lingering in this feeling was not something that I was really willing to do an effort to break out of this. I decided on Wednesday that I would do something different, and so I decided to ride my bike with a friend across the GW bridge starting early in the morning at six thirty and heading up to a donut shop that we love in Nyack and coming back. And I think the thing that I love about these bike rides is honestly just as opportunity to not worry about a wad of things you know when I am out with friends and they are leading the way I don't have to make a ton of decision. I literally only need to be paying attention to what's going on right in front of me. I have to look for potholes and I have to work my way to climb up hills and that is like. The extent of the effort which of course yes is effort. But for me, it feels like a different more welcome type of effort than it feels to sit at my desk and feel as though I'm just stuck if that makes sense and when I'm on the bike, my phone is not in front of me. It's actually tucked in my back pocket. It's hard for me to reach, which also means that there's no alerts. There's no emails there's no texts. There's no DM's. There's no. There's there's a lack of a lot in which I deal with normally through the day and so on this ride, I can just have my time I can reclaim my time my sanity..

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"nyack" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"nyack" Discussed on KCRW

"Jack are Nyack said that I was a perfect candidate for nasal surgery. Because I'm completely messed up. You know 75% of the population. As a deviated septum and minus severely broke my nose three or four times. But then I talked to a breathing therapist is Stanford who said she had the same exact thing, But then she focused on breathing through her nose. And she said that the nose is really like a use it or lose it Oregon So the more we use it, the more it's going to open, the more we're going to be able to adapt to it and the benefits of nasal breathing. I got into a few of them are Our profound and she was able to open up her clog knows she was a habitual mouth breather by just focusing on breathing through her mouth humming helps to the sounds weird, But if you close your nostrils if you have a stuffed nose and you hum, you can increase nitric oxide. 15 fold. What's helps open up your nose. I know one thing. I think I'm I'm hearing all of this is that like meditation like yoga? It takes practice this stuff. I mean, it takes some kind of a conscious awareness that we need to make Ah, changes in just these daily patterns and and I hear kind of that's a bit of the process he went through in this book. It does take practice, but I think that the difference with breathing is When someone tells you to change your diet and says, Okay, you need to go, kiddo. Now you need to go paleo. You need to go vegan. That's a huge shift in your lifestyle. When someone says you now need toe walk five miles a day, another huge shift. Breathing is something we carry with ourselves all day long and all night long, so you can practice healthy breathing methods. On the couch in bed while watching you know, Tiger King, whatever you can do it at at any time, and those benefits of healthy breathing are huge. We're seeing that mental and physical benefits of breathing this way. So the first thing that I found the most important thing is just to become aware of your breath. Don't take it for granted. And we're seeing this with Cove it when you lose the ability to breathe properly. So many bad things will happen. Once you become aware, then you can start developing healthy habit. Yeah, when And I think about this moment as you mentioned now, as covert is still upon us, and we're just wearing these masks, which make it harder to breathe anyway. How does this research kind of? I don't know, Align with what's going on right now. I mean, what advice would you have for those of us listening to I think the one silver lining to this foul pandemic is that it has made us acutely aware of our breathing of what happens when we lose that ability and how transformative it can be when when we get it back. So mass breathing is not a pleasant thing, but take it as an opportunity to breathe slower to breathe less into breathe through your nose. Those three things can have a massive effect on your health, and we know that most of us breathe too much. And this idea where people are saying I can't get enough breath through the mask. I'm not getting enough oxygen. That's been pretty much debunked. And if you have a pulse oximeter, which a lot of people do nowadays, you can just put that on your finger and breathe through your mask and see what's happening to your blood set. So that need to breathe when you When you hold your breath that isn't caused by a lack of oxygen. It's caused by an increase of carbon dioxide. That's what triggers are need to breathe. And most of us Kenbrell if it from having more Co two on our bloodstreams. I know that seems contradictory, Toh Ah, lot of what we're hearing about. 02 in the atmosphere and global warming, which is 100% true, but you need a balance of Co. Two and oxygen in your body for tow work properly. Thinking about your book. And and maybe some of the journeys and the travels that you take another any kind of people you met or vignettes that stick out in your mind that really rubbed off on you. I think the one that I found that was so so strange. And yet so interesting was there is a researcher named D Rose down in Brazil, and this guy spent 30 years traveling from Brazil. To India and back again to dig up this history of yoga of what yoga really wass and talking to him and learning so much about how important breathing is in The yoga practice and the yoga practice as well. You know, it's not about just doing 30 minutes on the mat. You're supposed to carry this with you. Throughout the day. That's where you really get the benefits from it. So to me, it is fascinating that humans have known this stuff for thousands of years. There have been so many empirical studies, and that's what's in ancient Hindu texts and into Chinese tax. And it seems so simple Breathing does. And yet once you do it properly, you can really see how transformative it is. And we know this because we can now measure it. If we can measure breathing, we can study it. We can study it. We can really see all of its benefits, and that's what we're doing now. So it's It's fascinating that this stuff isn't really new. I call it the lost art, but I think we found it again. And hopefully this time we won't Lose it again. James Nestor is a journalist and author of Breath. New Science of Lost Are We Appreciate the Time? Thanks for joining.

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Nasa wants to grow ‘living’ astronaut homes on Moon and Mars out of mushrooms

Innovation Now

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Nasa wants to grow ‘living’ astronaut homes on Moon and Mars out of mushrooms

"NASA is exploring technologies that could grow structures made from fungi to become our future homes in the stars. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. A team at NASA's Ames Research Center is working to prove that planetary habitats can be fabricated from fungi. Fungi are familiar organisms from mushrooms to mold, but the part of a fungus you may not know are the unseen underground, my Celia, these tiny branching threads network to build complex larger structures with extreme precision. The NASA team envisions a future where a compact habitat built of. Dormant fungi could be taken on long journeys to places like Mars upon arrival explores would unfold the structure and add nutrient enriched water enabling the fungi to grow into a fully functional human habitat with funding from NASA innovative advanced concepts or nyack program. Early stage research is underway to prove that MICO architecture may not be as farfetched as it sounds, and in the distant future fungi could be a sustainable solution for housing on distant worlds or on Earth

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"nyack" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"nyack" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

"Six passes. Please don't count that up. I think I. Said Fail the right amount of times, but anyway. That is six passes. Six passes from the guest. Five passes from the caterers okay. Yes okay so. You see instantly so many of the caterers are despondent, but five of them still are ready to fight, but then you see most of the wedding. Guests are also despondent. It looks like maybe they just got a little tipsy and passed out. But you see six in the guests are still in. It I'm to say that that is going to be two cousins, one grandma to camp friends and one aunt, so you eat, you're GONNA to get a chance to recruit one of those groups great. Okay, all right Nyack your first. Who Do you want to try and recruit? Give me grandma I'm great with old folks. Okay their DC is fifteen so fifteen on acres Maral I'm going to walk up and say I thought that helps. Dance was very distasteful. That's why I put the Ice Block in the fire to bring an end to it. It was too much. That's a net one. You you see. My peanuts falls out. You.

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New York's Rockland County issues subpoenas, fines to contain coronavirus cluster

John Batchelor

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

New York's Rockland County issues subpoenas, fines to contain coronavirus cluster

"Cluster in Rockland County Link to a House party last month. County health officials say At least eight people who went to a large party in West Nyack on June 17th testing positive for covert 19 most the victims in their twenties. Officials say somewhere not being cooperative with contact races and they're facing subpoenas. Governor

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"nyack" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"nyack" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Max my buddy in Nyack New York joins us on CBSSports ready what's up Max well I saw your quarterly your hair yeah you like that one spot inspired me to go get a hair cut okay so you're the producer like what you wanna talk about like football then I got hung up on basketball brief I don't know whatever it is what we got so I got I decide to go get a haircut yeah like this and my wife joins me to go to refactor capital region the Catskill New York nana nine axle cats feel is about a hundred miles away yeah that's a lawyer right so I guess I get a haircut appointment and we get this waterfront dining which my wife is a lot for that so I go there we go we drive up the Catskill and we pulled it down and what do I see a statue of brick retained legal what a mascot okay I you have yet bear with me rip van Winkle the you know you know a lot about I do I know rip van Winkle Lee you got a good night stop removing night's sleep into the retail ecommerce I never been in my life I drive a hundred miles to get a hair cut all right we go enhance dictates how many lives with with black lives matter flag not this is small it's kind of like a little Nayak you've been alive and all that so it's like my old and whatever like I go into we we got lost a little bit we call to town and I I call up to the body shop and you know what place you're going to get the story is the barber shop right Sir you're you're gonna get the starry eyed and walking the dog on the national and the guys gave grass down and I. telecom phones Latin and he's from actually from south of the will defend gore finishes for the upgrade is and it's got a host of high guarantee get out the great Hey Gary all the walls and I was just like you know I got the mascot will cut my hair and this is such a great experience to think you know you get stuck in your own little holes from colleges aren't sure sure but right now right and you listen to CNN and fox news and all over the place you know what I I drive a hundred miles and I'd pull into town and never been to before with birthday Winkle and the falcons the Gaza nasco they put a mask the statute hotel yeah it was just incredible to see the needles like flowers in the America it's like this is a great country I need to get help raises for you take a little ride you know and go off somewhere I guess so yeah and we had lunch at this this little creekside middle restaurant with sixty you know everybody was was doing her thing and it's not a political you know it didn't matter who shall I haven't you know Alan's lunch outside while the water is down there hello C. N. rip van Winkle I mean come on Max what a day what a day who knew I you know I don't miss those corny but it was really it was such a cool experience for the Henry Ford there we talk about one of world sport's thought that was it was my point is it was great to get out of town also or else the feedings and understand that Michael this is Tara I was really impressed with how diverse it was it was a hundred miles from from Nyack looks ten miles south of Albany yeah that's the parallel you have such a charm to it enter diversity that yeah I care at the barber shop with people I okay and I gotta say and looking I love the shovel and he keeps talking people that I love I love the show and I hope sports without strong and diverse in your bra all right Max appreciates you have sent us a nice story to little break man from from the Monday it is it's a nice little break from the Monday and it's not normally a story we would tell on sports talk radio but that's you know a hundred miles hundred and twenty miles hundred miles north of New York City so you know it's it's basically rural America just happened to be in New York state and that was his experience there so it is fun to get out and it's fun especially in this environment where we're all kinda I wanted to make plans to just go and do something like that in L. drive a hundred miles for hair cut because you can because you want to be anywhere doesn't matter when you get there and it doesn't matter when you leave because you got to think so weird times for sure and and not going to be ending anytime soon so you might have to force yourself into some of those weird trips and some of them will work out like Max is dead and some of them will be complete duds I ate on the street the other night because I was looking for a restaurant that would serve outside and so I go on there the OpenTable or whatever and say okay these guys are open in on their downtown location so I go down there it's on the it's basically on the street the sidewalk is it is like eight feet wide and then the curb and it's in an area where people ride motorcycles and play Latin music really loud so the whole thing was Chrissy experience but the food was good and it was fine and I never would have done it have there not been a pandemic but so we have our own stories to tell I guess if we get out there and try to fight the good fight and find something interesting going on because it's not easy these days that's for sure and one of the guys I miss is my boy you slur Robert how are you but hello more how are you yeah it's good to hear yours I'm glad you're still pining away it was really good announcer Bob useless Bob this is that because every week when I walk into the station when we work together W. F. and I I generally regale him with those really good results Bob you slow so he hasn't been able to get that from me nor have I been able to sing Markel bloody all right I was just about to bring that up yeah predecessor tonight anchor before me I miss the serenade hello yeah what a record you know which I patented and trademarked I haven't been able to retire on the on the incoming financial windfall that I should have gotten by writing this record but you know there's always hope the right people hear it right only takes one guy to hear by the way I was intrigued by your previous caller and I went to your Twitter feed here to check out that hair shot yeah hi I recommend the I go one of those warnings they put up explicit material check it out I thought I had to share that because it was it was pretty much figure in the electric socket type a look and I wanted to share that with people who are so nice to me and kind to me so I did put that up on my Twitter feed and it was a beautiful like but it has been taken care of Tuesday at seven thirty I went in and saw Donna and she she laughed for five minutes and then to cut my hair nice so I'm inspired I'm beginning to look as I've read of people describe it beginning to look like my high school yearbook pictures wow yeah that's where it gets scary it's not good yeah when it starts to curl man it's okay yeah it's time to rethink some things what is ours the curling irons are not far away for me if I don't get on this all right it's good to talk to my brother I will let you get to work we're at the bottom of the hour Chris Moore for that gold and here's Mr useless.

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Are There Zombie Viruses  Like The 1918 Flu  Thawing In The Permafrost?

Environment: NPR

06:48 min | 1 year ago

Are There Zombie Viruses Like The 1918 Flu Thawing In The Permafrost?

"Now we take you to the top of the world to the Northern Coast of Alaska where a cliff is crumbling and exposing ancient hunting site. There's another head back there. GonNa head right here head right their main body right here. Across the Arctic these prehistoric settlements are being unearthed. And the reason why is climate change as NPR's Mike Lean do cliff reports? Scientists are worried about something that could be lurking inside. These settlements Zombie pathogens up on top of an ocean. Bluff team of archaeologists is trying to pull off an emergency excavation. Here we have ribs and vertebrae other long bones. That's Dominique Tulu. Student helping to dig out hunting cabin. He's found a stash of animal bones at the other end of the house. Glenis on shows me where someone was storing fresh. Kills so this. Is this skin right here? At my feet are mummified seal. These seals are incredibly well preserved. You can see their skin their whiskers and this odsal paw. Oh Paul everywhere they dig. There's another surprise owing us. This is ridiculous. That's an Jensen the archaeologist leading the team they're out of coastal site near Ukiah that the town wants known as Barrow. They're rushing to save a piece of history before it falls into the ocean the cliff where the cabin is buried is going breaking apart because of climate change bird bird after bird after bird stack up in their skin. There there is the whole boy. Things are getting super stinky. The birds are thawing in rotting. That's right when students hands covered in black king bird flesh. Oh yeah hands. Oh my gosh. Oh now Johnson starts worrying about something. We can't see even flu virus. Oh norovirus yes. The team realizes there could be bird-flu hidden in these carcasses. You he all across the. Arctic climate change is causing the ground to warm soften like butter and there are a lot of things buried this ground. Not just animals but also their diseases tinkering take a rank colleen. You're GONNA drive yourself seriously. You need a break cooling. The major as a student she puts on gloves. Yeah you should probably do that hand. Because I mean a lot. Dunkin you at this point. In the excavation something even crappier happens. A human molar appears really human tooth. Now the site rat isn't a burial ground. There shouldn't be bodies right here but the two does make them pause because it reminds them that there aren't just animal diseases buried in the Arctic but also possibly human diseases. There are tens of thousands of bodies hidden in the Arctic permafrost. Jensen knows this better than anyone. I've gone a lot of burials. Yeah I've probably Doug as many variables was anybody. Some of the people buried up here. They died of smallpox others from the nineteen eighteen flu. Have you ever seen human remains like as well preserved as this seal? Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah. Yeah well the little the little frozen girl from rookie. Avic ARE NYACK. Yes she was. She was actually much better preserved than the seal. The little girl was just six years old. She was carefully wrapped in duct skin. Parka WITH A FUR-TRIMMED. She had this little sled with her. She died about eight hundred years ago. Water in around her burial I think and she was socialist. Basically encased in ice. We're able to take her out in a block of ice. Her body was so well preserved that Jensen shipped her to anchorage so doctors could do a full autopsy. One of those doctors was Michael's Zimmerman a paleobiologist at the University of Pennsylvania. I've done the number studies on frozen bodies in Alaska and when you open them up the organs role there and they're easily identified. It's not at all like Egyptian mummies where everything is shrunken and dried up. So it's easy to see what a person died up for the little frozen girl. It was starvation. But Zimmerman has seen infections embodies excavated from permafrost in one case a mummy from the Aleutian Islands. Looked like it had died of pneumonia and when he looked for the bacteria inside the body there they were frozen in time. We can see them microscopically in the in the lungs. There's this fear out there that once human bodies are exposed by melting permafrost. The pathogens in them could come back to life like Zombie pathogens. It's not unheard of anthrax. Can do it. It happened just a few years ago. In Russia a massive reindeer burial ground thought in the anthrax that killed. The reindeer woke up and started an outbreak. Were these new moon. You bacteria still alive. Zimmerman tested it. He took a smidge tissue from the lungs warmed it up fed it and tried to revive it. Nothing grew not one single cell though. I was happy because I didn't have to worry about catching anything. Zimmerman says he wasn't surprised. Bacteria were dead. Anthrax is a special case. In general bacteria that make people can't survive deep-freeze we're dealing with the organisms. That are hundreds of years old at least of the stuff. I work out of their frozen for hundreds of years and I really don't think they're ready to come back to life. I asked him if the same is true for viruses. I think it's extremely unlikely we've never been able to Culture any living organisms out of these bodies in nineteen fifty one a pathologist from San Francisco. Johan Halton decided to test this out. He went up to a tiny town near nome Alaska in dug up the bodies of five people who had died of the nineteen eighteen flu a virus that killed at least fifty million people Holton told. Npr Two thousand four that he cut out tiny pieces of the people's lungs and try to grow the virus in the lab. I hope that I would be able to isolate living virus. And they couldn't they ours is dead. And in retrospect of course maybe that was a good thing a good thing. But here's the crazy part. Holton tried to capture the virus twice. He went back to Alaska when he was seventy two. In Russian. Scientists like Holton have intentionally tried to revive smallpox from bodies in their permafrost. They recovered pieces of the virus but couldn't get that to grow either so maybe when it comes to Zombie Diseases. It's not melting permafrost. Me Need to worry about but what scientists are doing in the lab mike do cluff NPR news.

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Future space homes could be made of mushrooms

Innovation Now

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Future space homes could be made of mushrooms

"At NASA's Ames Research Center is working to prove that planetary habitats can be fabricated from fungi. Fungi are familiar organisms from mushrooms to mold. But the part of a fungus you may not know are the unseen underground. My Celia these tiny branching threads network to build complex larger structures with extreme precision. The NASA team envisions a future where a compact habitat built of dormant. Fungi could be taken on long. Journeys to places like Mars upon arrival explores would unfold the structure and add nutrient enriched water enabling the fungi to grow into a fully functional human habitat with funding from NASA innovative advanced concepts or nyack program early stage research is underway to prove that. Mico architecture may not be as farfetched as it sounds and in the distant future. Fungi could be a sustainable solution for housing on distant worlds or on Earth

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Habitats from Fungi

Innovation Now

01:07 min | 1 year ago

Habitats from Fungi

"At NASA's Ames Research Center is working to prove that planetary habitats can be fabricated from fungi. Fungi are familiar organisms from mushrooms to mold. But the part of a fungus you may not know are the unseen underground. My Celia these tiny branching threads network to build complex larger structures with extreme precision. The NASA team envisions a future where a compact habitat built of dormant. Fungi could be taken on long. Journeys to places like Mars upon arrival floors would unfold the structure and add. Nutrient enriched water enabling the fungi to grow into a fully functional human habitat with funding from NASA innovative advanced concepts or nyack program early stage research is underway to prove that. Mico architecture may not be as farfetched as it sounds and in the distant future. Fungi could be a sustainable solution for housing on distant worlds or on Earth for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer Paulie.

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The Hill criticizes, but does not recant, Solomon articles

Dennis Prager

04:55 min | 1 year ago

The Hill criticizes, but does not recant, Solomon articles

"You broke the news that the user but Chris Murphy and other democratic senators met with Zarif the foreign minister of Iran yes and that was my story that we published the federalist on Monday and I tried to get comments from European the other people and should be in there and they declined to comment but one secretary of state my coupon Hey addressed the meeting which had been not approved by the state department then finally Murphy admitted that he had taken part in a secret meeting in the hotel room of the three and that he's done it actually before too and mostly what I find interesting about this is that Murphy isn't as extreme critic of legitimate our conversations with people who are leaders of other countries so for instance when my claim the incoming national security adviser had a conversation intending to de escalate the situation with Russia with the ambassador from Russia Hey kids we act of mercy thought that it was treasonous says with a legal that it definitely needs to be investigated that it was a Logan act violation this is the view also shared by The Washington Post you might remember David Ignatius received that leak about the kids react on call and put out an article about how it is legitimate to think this was the Logan act violation the department justice pursued Logan act violations that happened with the pretext they used to go interview Flynn you know and when was the incoming national security adviser to doing exactly what you should have been and in fact she's been doing with more people were as Murphy is a strong opponent of our current policy toward Iran he has some questionable ties to redeem undead or supported groups and he was publicly opposing our policy the same day that he had this meeting and yet he wants to say that what he did was perfectly fine I'm I'm sure I'm speechless because it's so obviously inconsistent hi is anybody coaling Murphy out on this and were there other senators present the others who were reported to be there any information kinda came because other European countries knew about this meeting even though the United States did not in the state let's not talk about it but some of them are other you know senators were there like men that van Hollen is reported to be trying to get into the meeting on the th and clear if he actually make it into the meeting or not but also reported to be John Kerry who has previously had such woke interactions with Iranian regime leaders and Murphy's defense of what he did with that he sits on the foreign affairs committee he's a senator Hughes and a co equal branch of government he has the right to do this well that wouldn't explain John Kerry being there and so while he was somewhat transparent or claim to be transparent about what they talked about he hasn't been transparent about who else is participating and so we definitely need to know more about well established events that it's a co equal branch of government does that negate the login law violation well first off you know there's a difference in being co equal branch of government and doing your own foreign policy don't lie in the states so I'm asking is is settled is it a an illegitimate defense then well I don't personally believe the Logan act is constitutional that new point was not shared by Obama department of justice or Sally eight Sir James yeah but for general Flynn a great great American all right ruined by on the basis of this right and so if you're going to enforce the login after use it as a pretext to investigate and destroy someone's life and bankrupt them and threatened with prison I don't see why it's okay to do it to Mike Flynn who actually got a legitimate function in right talking with his Russian counterpart but not to use against Murphy who's actually got some pretty problematic attachments with the Iranian regime and sent me water his problematic attachments he'd like to speak it the group then Nyack the national Iranian American council which is forty funded by Iranian regime leaders and started by so we can sell and it was very supportive of the Iranian regime and he was very upset you might remember when senator Tom cotton wrote a public open letter nothing secretive about it at all to the leaders of the other lines encouraging them not to do the G. C. P. O. a with with a bomb and reminding them that you know if it weren't ratified by the Senate with people work much he was so upset about that so they just it's very interesting what Murphy gets upset about and when he does

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Revolutionary Robots

Innovation Now

01:02 min | 1 year ago

Revolutionary Robots

"Is innovation vacation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. Martha's innovative and concepts is a visionary and far-reaching Aerospace Program Graham one that has the potential to create breakthrough technologies for future space missions. Not all of these early stage technology developments will ever ever become actual NASA missions but the ideas themselves often nurture new technologies that change what is possible in aerospace one of the currently funded. Did NYACK. Proposals is the shape. Shifter robot shape shifter can fly in the sky tumble over terrain crews into caves float like a boat and swim under sees the revolutionary robotic platform being researched by engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is made up of the team of small robots these co BOTs combine and morph to enable different types of transportation shape shifter can travel long distances over over hard to access terrains

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"nyack" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

Not Another D&D Podcast

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"nyack" Discussed on Not Another D&D Podcast

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"nyack" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"nyack" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"West Nyack that number again is eight hundred six four three seven eight one zero and my good friend John AJ John AJ is also a master's in nutrition and he's also a a shirt certified up a physical trainer guys in excellent shape he shot arm are sure to brunch seven ten east to thirty third street today if you wanna meet John HA is a very good nutritionist who knows a lot about exercise and food and supplements Asian are Bronx location seven ten east to thirty third street let me give it a phone number there seven one eight three two five eleven hundred seven one eight three two five eleven hundred they'll show were having a sale that allows me to discuss any supplement I like so yesterday we discussed supplements for brain health and memory I we discussed supplements for brain energy in protecting the brain we discussed supplements for the flu we discussed supplements for the heart right now I think I'm going to talk about supplements for your backache and your neck pain and your arthritis on your muscle pain we have a supplement that takes care of all of those we have a supplement called bio curcumin five l'action it's a million percent from natural sources as organic sources non GMO never been sprayed never been a radiated the bio curcumin represents the best of the best of the best of terms the best of the best of the best of terms turmeric we should call a tumor when I was a kid a lot of people like people from the Caribbean or from parts of the Old English Commonwealth of shutter to British Commonwealth we call the tumor but most of it but it's real name is turmeric and turmeric they get this big rise on this big route and it's very rich in the ingredients not these ingredients you normally recognized as being and curry I happen to love curry I love curry I curry Dave's the best way to have the exam on my planet we're all shows Rachel those Rachel eggs a week down in Mexico Roger what labels ranchero Lou that solutions with the green salsa salsa Verde but I in any event turmeric is in the current plan I'm a first time I read about turmeric scientifically was shown on nineteen eighty seven and it was a series of reports there were epidemiologic in other words looking at large populations and they found out that people who consistently eight curry throughout their life had a very low incidence of Alzheimer's disease a very low incidence of Alzheimer's and over the years a lot of stuff have come out about turmeric and bring it helps protect the brain from inflammation it helps break down one of the components of Alzheimer's to beta amyloid plaque that's nasty can't like tar and bring it also stimulates the release of bring rock nor Crawford factor which is basically fertilizer for you bring you grow new memory cells when you take turmeric and there's been a bunch of studies data our bio curcumin is really good for a break for instance is five studies where you're still long what I used to what prescription medication for people with depression and it really helped a depression when you grow new memory cells that's one of the ways you cured depression so when you take the bio curcumin it does get into your brain and it she needs to bring it it causes the brain to create new memory cells I when you create new memory cells one of the first things you do is protect your memory and the second thing you're doing is you're solving things like depression and anxiety the new memory cells have been touched by the repression of inside but they also found that the buyer curcumin gets into your online and helps with eye inflammation now I inflammation could be UV itis the UV is towards the front of the eyes and about twenty percent of all cases of blindness and American adults is from UV Irish the buyer curcumin doesn't solve the infection I dropped into what it does it prevents the infection from damaging your all right and I've also studied at the central sewerage Korea retinopathy that's that's kind of like a blood blister behind your right no doubt pops out your right no and then there's no straight lines anymore your retinas damaged its curved in a weird way and everything looks wavy nothing is straight the buyer curcumin doesn't get rid of the blood blister the blood blister behind the article generally goes away in about a year full circle sheriff's Korea retinopathy what the buyer Kirkman does it prevents the inflammation from damaging the RD so you still see straight lines when appropriate so we know buyer Kirkman gets into the brain and it's good for your memory is a bunch of studies where you take it with your breakfast and your memories better all day long I will buy a curtain is good for depression we know by Kirkman helps feed an aging brain to create new memory souls and it's also protector for the arch and over the years there's been many many studies on bio curcumin so wise Parker commercial good it's great for back pain and neck pain and muscle pain an arthritic fingers an arthritic Thommessen arthritic knees and hips and spinal pain and sciatica wise it's so good well first of all this is the complete plant you get all the essential oils and you get all the different curcumin which is a whole family of curcumin which you've only heard of curcumin but does also biz methoxy curcumin and several others you need all of them to really work well when I studied our curcumin our bio curcumin and Baylor down in Texas they should listen you need the whole plant like invites doing if you really want to help arthritis if you really wanna help arthritis with turmeric you need the entire plan so we used the entire plan and it's very rich in the entire plan it's ninety five percent the active ingredients some of the some of the well of short cooking show let's talk about that turmeric is very hard to absorb we make our bio curcumin much more water soluble and we break it up into smaller sizes so you absorb it much better than regular turmeric and regular curcumin you absorb really well but it's also extremely rich in all the ingredients it's ninety five percent the active ingredients most of the other curcumin stud reportable they might only be twenty five or thirty five percent the active ingredients so even order will absorb you're not getting that much this one is ninety five percent active ingredients and you absorb it ten fifteen times better than regular term she got a really good amount of stuff and you get the essential oils like the aromatic term role not so good for the brain and nice and you get the Kerr humanoids for your arthritis in your back ache in your memory and feeding your brain and creating new memory cells really good stuff show bio Kirk Minnis one ingredient five l'action as the other five option is a biblical plant frankincense Frankenstein smell smells wonderful if you go to the eastern orthodox churches like the Russian Orthodox forty F. you'll be in church what a Greek orthodox church do use Franken cinch as an insurance that smelled wonderful and it also kills bacteria and it's very soothing that's why it was thought to be one of the gifts of the magi to make sharp what what cold and murder and Frankenstein which murder because it's anti bacterial and shielding and frankincense because of gentle inflammatory antibacterial antiviral and shoot and we get the most important ingredient out of it I'm we super concentrate dot I'm a qualified l'action because that's the pathway in up such a five lipoxygenase pathway show the the second ingredient five l'action pushes back on a terrible inflammatory pathways that inflammatory pathways involved with mensural paying DOT pathways involved with prostate cancer and metastasis of cancer dot pathways.

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"nyack" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"nyack" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Directions between Nyack and that of out of state line covered on the tens every ten minutes mornings and afternoons Steve for a news that a three point one KFBK Monday clouds this afternoon a stray shower high sixty one to sixty five partly cloudy tonight low forty four to forty eight forty five tomorrow will turn out Sonny I fifty seven sixty one morning fog Tuesday mostly cloudy I fifty five to fifty nine I'm accu weather's John feared news ninety three point one KFBK answering your tough financial questions for the past twenty six years it's all worth money matters with co host Scott Hansen and Pat McLean would you like an opinion on a financial matter you're dealing with whether it's about retirement investments taxes for for one case Scott Hansen and Pat will claim would like to help you by answering your call to join all words money matters call now it's eight three three ninety nine worth that's eight three three ninety nine W. O. R. T. H. welcome to all words money matters I'm Scott hands on the claim that you are joining us today as we talk about financial matters both myself and my co host here both financial advisors certified financial planner charter financial consultant spent the last roughly three decades helping people save for plan for their retirement transition retirement and live through the retirement and we've been coming here on the air for almost twenty five years I'm talking about the same thing so and you've been up for the last three weeks he said the last decade you been helping people through retirement lasts through three weeks you have been going through something personally which many of our clients go through yeah so that we we talk about with clients all the time but when it when it it hits home it's yeah it's good to be back in I think had mentioned that I was doing some family can a health issues and essentially my my father who's eighty one but an extremely healthy youthful eighty one there I might not well like a month ago he and he was bragging about as weak as he had done seventy miles of either walking or jogging that week plus he's been to the gym five days that week wow.

NASA's Deep Space Cold

Innovation Now

01:00 min | 1 year ago

NASA's Deep Space Cold

"Is innovative advanced concepts or nyack program funds ideas that Phil Technology gaps. Here's Robert Young Quist from Kennedy Space Center to tell us about one of those projects the purpose of cryogenic selective surfaces. At least we propose this is to try to get a object out in deep space as cold as possible and with the current technology that we have. This is not possible. We can't get things cold enough. The primary reason is the son. And you have to be able to accomplish some way to not absorb most of that power in order to get cold enough that you can store choir. Ginger operate superconductors the concept. The team is using isn't new. They have simply rediscovered an idea from the nineteen sixties sixties and are. We applying it to space technology. The team proposes making bricks. Out of a powder that scatters the sun's radiation rather other than absorbing it and the success of early tests has the team shivering with delight

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NASA working on Transformers-like shape-shifting robots

Innovation Now

01:02 min | 1 year ago

NASA working on Transformers-like shape-shifting robots

"An atmosphere. This is innovation vacation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. Martha's innovative advanced. Concepts is a visionary and far-reaching Aerospace Program. Graham one that has the potential to create breakthrough technologies for future space missions. Not all of these early stage technology developments will ever ever become actual NASA missions but the ideas themselves often nurture new technologies that change what is possible in aerospace one of the currently funded. Did NYACK. Proposals is the shape. Shifter robot shape shifter can fly in the sky tumble over terrain crews into caves float like a boat and swim under sees the revolutionary robotic platform being researched by engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory is made up of the team of small robots these co BOTs combine and morph to enable different types of transportation shape shifter can travel long distances over over hard

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"nyack" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"nyack" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

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A Lander for Europa

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

A Lander for Europa

"They spend a lot of interest in Europe, for while there's an inherent risk in statically landed asset. And that's where mobility comes in. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas, that shave our future team from Nasr's Jet Propulsion Laboratory honeybee robotics and produce diversity have received funding from Nasr's innovative advanced concepts program to develop vehicle to explore the icy crust of Jupiter's, moon, Europa, meet Sparrow. The steam propelled autonomous retrieval robot for ocean world's. Here's Gareth Marian Griffith to explain more about their Nyack proposal. Picturing, quote, voter UAB replaced, the propellers with thrusters stick it inside of a house the ball on free pitch, and, and your axes such that if I pitched my system left, it would roll left, who could row, right forward backward. And of course, hop, which I imagined. Would be the primary modality of this system. We envision Sparrow a softball size pillow to a primary land emission by heating available ice s propellant Sparrow, solves the issue of carrying additional fuel, and it's spherical, cage enables rapid mobility across any kind of terrain for enervating now. I'm Jennifer pulley innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA.

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Interstellar Lidar

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

Interstellar Lidar

"Astronomers are on the hunt for Exo planets. This is innovation now bringing you stories of revolutionary ideas emerging technologies and the people behind the concepts that shape the future. One of the studies funded under Nasr's innovative advanced concepts or Nyack program is a project that hopes to use stellar echo imaging to give strana mors detailed information about exit planets. Those earth-like planets revolving around distant stars. Here's Chris man to explain stellar echo. Imaging is an idea to try to get actual images of planets, the approach in this particular program is to consider the equivalent of an interstellar light are systems kind of like how a lot of those self driving cars have a light that help detect things what they're doing is. They're sending out a pulse and in their timing. Essentially, how long it takes that false to come back. So in this case, the light our source is going to be the star, and the planet will then reflect echo that Cigna. Back if we can leverage the timescale here live ridge, the fact that you can look at the geometric properties of light more. So than the angular resolution properties, you have the potential then to image individual continents on earth like planets, and that's the real power of this technique for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer police innovation now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with nessa and is distributed by w h Wien. Visit us online at innovation now dot US.

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A Constellation of CubeSats

Innovation Now

01:30 min | 2 years ago

A Constellation of CubeSats

"Significant damage to two space shuttle windshields was caused by debris. No larger than a Fleck of paint. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. Current technology can't pinpoint orbital debris in the sub millimeter two millimeter range, but something only a fraction of a millimeter in size can be dangerous to spacecraft or robotic missions in the near earth environment. A team from the university of Maryland college park has found a way to detect these tiny particles and Nasr's innovative advanced concepts program has given the team funding to evaluate their mapping technique. Here's principal investigator, Christine Hartselle. So our Nyack concept is to use an Equatorial constellation of cubesats to math, small orbital debris by detecting. The plasma saw Tun's produced by the debris salt on waves are really a signal. In the plasma density. We can measure them using using relatively simple instrumentation like Ling their probe a fleet of small satellites equipped with sensors could enable real time mitigation, which would mean fewer on orbit collisions and a safer spacecraft environment for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer pulling now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V.

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"nyack" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"nyack" Discussed on 600 WREC

"We are starting or Kickstarter campaign in about five weeks, but any any one of your listeners complete order right now. Fantastic fantastic will give the value are L out. Again. Let's go to Indiana. Hi, Tony, you're on with JAMES BOND or go ahead. Hey, CLYDE, long time. No talk something. I haven't. The Nyack report and that in conjunction with this. You know, they're saying that Americans are woefully unprepared. And that we should all have six months worth of food on hand. I mean, that's pretty cut and dried when you compare you know, when you can find that with an executive order, the president from the national infrastructure advisory council. Like, you said earlier there has been I mean, this is something that's been talked about forever. And you know, I've mentioned to you before the dot com. Population forecast with twenty five where they project a hundred million people in the United States by twenty twenty five and they go into you know, any MP type situation or at outbreak or things like that. And the old DHS report said ninety percent casualty rate after a year in in the urban areas and in rural areas where they expect it to be you know, where people think they're prepared as high as sixty to seventy percent. So this is a very real situation. And when you hear about, you know, the super EMP weapon the Russians have I think it's a real threat. What is real threat? And I think that you know, says it's been tabled for as long as it has getting the dust on a shelf somewhere and have it be revived all of a sudden and expediency of the signing. This executive order tells me that we are well on our way to having these threats, you know, coming our way, whether it be a CME threat with a. With a gamma burst or CME burst or whether or not we're gonna have at least a an EMP weapon. Detonating in a major city. I mean, James it doesn't have to be a new in the sky doesn't mean they can send out a an EMP weapon with the MP generator. That's really small area. Can't they? A gun high high energy radio frequency in fact, wired magazine back about nineteen ninety seven or ninety eight during the dotcom, boom. Actually wrote an article about somebody wiping out Wall Street with a host gun that you could literally run off a truck battery, and you could take down anywhere from ten to twenty percent of Wall Street all at once. One of the big stockbrokers. I forgive me for not knowing exactly I believe, it was Bear Stearns. But one of the big financial one of the big stock companies that had whereas it had it civil farm in the played center actually spent quite a few million dollars in hardening. They're all frayed center server site because they will played of a half gun. It does not take a nuclear weapon to create any MP. If you have a tesla coil if you ever had a tesla coil in in college physics class, you're generating a small EMP, right? There is going to take down a substation. No. Is it creating a small amount of plasma that you can actually see understand and use it? Sure. Can who's been? Project a frequency to take down. Servers are not shielded and actually cool up their data and take down tracks at transactions. Yes, I'll tell you this list. Before the turn of the century. Sure. Tell you about tesla coil. We had smook alley when I was in high school and one of the science guys we had with van generator. We had a tesla coil Ben generating respond. Everybody's hair would stand on end. Really bizarre about the tesla coils Woodhead fired up we were able to stand in the room with a tesla coil, and we could hold lightbulbs. They would light up. That's right. Know really to me. What's really scary about this whole situation? You know, is is more than DC they waste money every day. And all the reports like you were saying this to plunder three to five billion dollars is all it would take and they seem to be able to waste more than that every day in Washington. DC good. We're focusing on something else in the stuff. They're wasting money on because then if we can use that money to prepare for EMP down. I'm sure once again, it's James said, it we can eliminate the possibility of any MP even happening taking out any of our power systems..

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"nyack" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"nyack" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Gospel and sacred music on the stage of David Geffen hall Lincoln center on Friday, April twelfth at seven thirty pm. This amazing program will showcase the extraordinary talent of Nayak's gifted students featured Nyack performers include the chorale accompanied by the string orchestra the gospel choir and the jazz ensemble the college school of music performances at Carnegie Hall Lincoln center and internationally are a Nyack tradition and spans several generations these performers have gone on to become composers, conductors educators and recording artists. Don't miss a night of great music and talent at the Nyack college school of music's yesterday today forever concert at David Geffen hall Lincoln center on April twelfth visit them online at Nyack dot EDU for tickets and more information. Don't miss all the excitement of Seton Hall basketball on Saturday when the pirates traveled to Madison Square Garden to take on Saint John's. This is David Hopkin. Join me along with John Fanta for all the action pre game at seven fifty pm. The opening tip is eight o'clock on AM five seventy the mission. Message and data rates may apply. Guys got hair loss. I know what you're thinking. Should I shave my head Combet over wear a hat, just stop? This isn't one thousand nine hundred seventy keep your hair and your confidence because Bosley America's number one hair. Restoration expert can give you your real hair back permanently. Check him out today because they're giving away an absolutely free information kit and a free gift card to everyone who texts growth two eight five eight five zero dude, you don't have to look like your dad because this isn't your dad's hair loss treatment people all over the country trust Bosley because they're.

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"nyack" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"nyack" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"Each other and Nyack places special emphasis on the integration of faith, learning and spiritual transformation. They fulfilled their calling by helping you fulfill yours, weekend evening, and online courses are available and special programs are available for working adults lead Nyack serve you. So you can become the person God intention to become one of Nayak's undergraduate graduate or seminary programs is right for you agenda. Open house at their Manhattan campus on Wednesday February thirteenth at five. Thirty pm go to Nyack dot EDU slash RSVP or call. Eight seven seven six two six two two three six that's Nyack dot EDU slash RSVP or eight seven seven six two six two two three six. How would you like to buy or lease a new car? And no, you've got it less than any dealer price. How would you like to have someone else do all the legwork and even deliver your new car right to you? And do all this without wasting time and a car dealership, but you can with vineyard auto group, and they're great specials. One this month on a new Kia. Optima one hundred eighty five dollars a month with upfront tax, title and first payment or two hundred fifty a month with no out of pocket at all and credit is usually not an issue. You can be that new Kia Optima in ours, venue auto group, cut out the middleman. So that you save time and money vineyard, Oregon, eight six six nine six five auto that's eight six six nine six five auto or vineyard auto group dotcom. Stop kicking tires whole vineyard eight six six nine six five auto or vineyard auto group dot com. Hi, Kevin.

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"nyack" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"nyack" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"With each other and Nyack places special emphasis on the integration of faith, learning and spiritual transformation. They fulfilled their calling by helping you fulfill your. Yours weekend evening, and online courses are available and special programs are available for working adults lead Nyack serve you. So you can become the person God intended, you to become to learn if one of my ex undergraduate graduate or seminary programs is right for you a gender open house at their Manhattan campus on Wednesday February thirteenth at five. Thirty pm. Go to Nyack dot EDU slash RSVP or call eight seven seven six two six two three six that's Nyack dot EDU slash RSVP or eight seven seven six two six two two three six. Hey, everyone. This is Mike fellowship home loans. Did you know that there are more than five types of reverse mortgages, most people don't, and that's why we're having a free seminar to teach everyone the truth about reverse born, February twenty first ten AM at Milenko north Brunswick the fellowship hall. Most staff will be there to teach you about this amazing blown product it. Did we mention one last couple will win a free cruise? That's right to register. Call eight hundred three six nine retire. That's eight hundred three six nine seven three eight four or online at fellowship home loans dot com. Forward slash reverse. Hormones.

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"nyack" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"nyack" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Invite health store, we have an invite hall's store up in west Nyack in west Nyack. It's a couple of miles in from the Mario Cuomo bridge. I'll be there Tuesday. It's d- invite health location. I'll be there Tuesday from one until six so it's an Palisades center mall in west Nyack. It's on the second level opposite. Macy's Shafi going there specifically to see our place parking lot parking lots near Macy's and enter through there. Go up the escalator, and we're right across from Macy's now. Our pharmaceutical grade glucose from Conroy Sean special. And a report went out to pharmacists, doctors, medical doctors, and nurses just last week. That compared to the drugs. Over time. Glucose men, Conroy actually works better. And there's a reason the drugs initially, greatly reduced pain, they work. There's no doubt about it is we'll help you would authorize paying the problem is they don't prevent the joint from deteriorating. So you even though you're on the drug, and you feeling better right now, you still losing cartilage. And after a while after a year, they're effect doesn't persist because you're losing more and more cartilage in starting to develop bone on bone. Sorta research shows that even over years glucose still work because they not only do they reduce pain, very effectively. Not only do they restore the functional joint like walking up and down the stairs, more comfortably unbending, UNIDO pain and improving stiffness, but they also prevent further erosion of the joint cartilage. They also not only not only do they treat us. But when they gave it to overweight elderly women, it was preventing oth- reddish. It was preventing arthritis. The effects are good. It's a very useful supplement as a very safe supplement. But it had to be pharmaceutical grade are glucose marine, Conroy pharmaceutical grade, it's on special today. Our beat say checks on special. It's a mixture of Montmorency tart cherry cherry, pure, the one that's used in human clinical trials. Along with fermented red beet powder and red beet powder. And this improves circulation which age you when you're exercising and improves to rate of recovery from exercise. But you you you you work out at a better level. For a longer time. It improves your blood pressure 'cause it's improving shirk relation at feed, your brain blood. That's really important 'cause and diabetics and smokers and an aging people circulation to the brain has declined the red beach on the torture. We have both been proven to help restore circulation to the brain to maintain brain health and improve memory and cognitive functions. So it's supporting your blood pressure. It's supporting your physical performance when you're exercising. Aiding the recovery from the exercise that's important for athletes over the age of thirty five improving circulation to the brain, and they found out if you do to torture twice a day. It also improves your your sleep. Now. It doesn't make you sleepy that's not a sleeping pill. But for some reason when you do to torture in the daytime twice a day. It improves your insomnia at night, which is pretty cool. It's pretty cool. So they're both on special. Now, I want to talk about bio curcumin five Lacson. It's two herbs that have been known to improve inflammation. Tudor from herbs one is one of the herbs if you read the New Testament, it's a biblical herb you ever heard a gifted to three kings, some people call it little Christmas like in Italy date. They celebrate it. They bought three herbs. Three. Spices state bought gold. They bought Moore. And they bought Franken Schanche. That's what the five Lacson is Franken challenge frankencense is very useful for inflammation. It's great for inflammation in the lungs inflammation in the skin inflammation prostate like pasta, Titus inflammation McCollum like colitis. And inflammation in the kidneys inflammation in the joints. It's great for inflammation, lung inflammation. That's great. Asthma. And the other one is the curry herb turmeric. Turmeric is normally not well absorbed. That's very poorly absorbed. But yet if you get the turmeric into the person into their bloodstream, it's very effective at helping what many conditions. There's only three turmeric on on the market that I believe in. There's a one of them UCLA has been investigating for brain health. The problem with it. It's a little too weak at called launch Evita. The second one we have under the doctor pressman label edge the curcumin with the black pepper constituent the by offering. And the third one is our bio curcumin now. Here's the beauty buyer curcumin. Etching credibly well, absorbed edge, very high in all the ingredients in term Rick research out of Baylor University shows that it has have all the constituents to really work for arthritis. Or backaches? And it's mostly these constituents and there's a lot of human clinical trials on both of these products. The buyer Kirkman on a five blocks. But here's the thing. This different types of inflammation and different diseases. Now, don't get me wrong. There could be all different. She the inflammatory process has a lot of different chemicals in it. Body chemicals. So for instance, and Crohn's disease or colitis interleukin seventeen is dominant. So they use drugs that inhibit interleukin seventeen. Now, don't get me wrong. There's other parts of the immune system that he's going crazy too. But it's really into Lucan seventeen dominant as sorry Atra coughs rightish orange psoriasis. It's into looking seventeen. And joint pain. It's cockatoo. And as Roma it's five LA Jewish and so on and so forth. The reason I put by Kirkman along with the five locks in is at addresses, all of these parts of the immune system every single party immune system. I've been getting so many reports from my clients I used a buyer Kirkman five locks and for people at autoimmune diseases like lupus. Or scleroderma or sarcoidosis or rheumatoid arthritis? I don't use it and stuttered a drug because Diese dangerous diseases. They could really damage your someone can damage, your heart, and your kidneys. I mean, a very dangerous. Accusations bundle. I this is another example, I Ed by five blocks into the drugs. Why at makes the drugs more effective at prevents a tolerance from occurring with the drug drug keeps on working and protects you from the side effects of the drug. So when somebody comes on with lupus. Or show grins disease. There's certain things I give them or accuracy spondylitis, and it's a little bit different for each disease. But always at the core of it is to buyer, Kirkman five blocks the turmeric constituent what the frankencense considered constituent. There's.

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"nyack" Discussed on Important, Not Important

Important, Not Important

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"nyack" Discussed on Important, Not Important

"I just wanna read one thing off of your linked in profile. From your notation on the external counsel for the NASA NASA, innovative advanced concepts, the NASA, innovative advanced concepts program nurtures radical Sifi esque ideas that could transform future space missions. The Nyack Nyack external counsel is a small group of visionaries from quantum physicists to science fiction authors that advise a program. I'm the only non doctorate on the council man. That's awesome. Is true. Can you in just in lightness? A little bit on on. I mean, we'll get into it more, but that's just like, I'm I, I need to hear what happens. Talk about like one wanting to be in the room where it happens, but also like how the hell you manage to get away on there. Yeah, I mean, I, yeah, this program is to me. I'm totally biased, but it's the coolest program at NASA has that funds things like we're in or just anywhere. Yeah. I mean, I, if I'm, you know, concepts of, you know, people using comments as propulsion systems or studying human hibernation on the way to Mars and things of that nature. So pretty out there, stuff that is still on the credible side of science and we can look into if if it's possible, even if it might still be several decades away from implementation. So is a really great program. And yeah, they've got this external council which is fantastic people from all different disciplines for me. I think my pathway to getting on there was that a few years ago, I was on a National Academy of sciences committee about the future of human spaceflight..

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"nyack" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"nyack" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Habe it's good thing nick is on the show swarms what we're talking about these from minnesota yup i'm there next weekend brother yes they from fifth son house all of america house of comedy and the phone week i'm west nyack new york city west nyc levity live out there it is i hear good things about west max shoe and then june i'm in houston houston be adult before i say that the one love shirts drop tonight five pm pacific on one love t software teach teas but i must have been very soft very soft greater dot com five pm pacific is this is wednesday when the show's haven't five pm pacific come brian tone where you're gonna be oh i got good news why i gave the city of denver the okay for your come there this weekend did i know i was on the fence about it okay but then i said let him in my that's cool because i don't need your k but but i'm psyched that you said that have the only key not it's awesome i think it was my side king ever you guys sold out my shows they'll do him a fe and you gave me the key hombre the wall on break door down you know what i'm saying right to gates down i bust through the case but anyway but thank you for the key that i'll need but here's the thing i'm gonna be thursday friday saturday so i think almost all his shows are already so we got some tickets left for two shows anyway i think thursday still sold on or not bro yeah people and we still have we still got tickets k dot com for brian and then we got qaluza because glues casino may fifth and then yeah so that we are i'm actually house comedy may twenty may thirty first.

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"nyack" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"nyack" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"I like to fight i just don't know what you do after this bo that it that's it all right man thank you guys for listening wednesday will be absolute five of below the belt the tv show so you'll be able to watch on facebook and youtube as always anthony guess we're listening thanks for subscribing watching episode four of showtime tv shows are most viewed of all time which is a big deal man because usually there's a decline so the first ones big declined second third and then you should take st route seven or eight most shows before you see a arise saw rise at four so appreciate guys lovey guys thanks for listening to this podcast make you what it is scrubbing town a friend neck not this weekend but the phone weekend i'm in minnesota mall of america i think it's house of comedy how's it comedy minnesota europe next friday saturday house of comedy minnesota mall of america on there may fourth and fifth and then after that that i'm in west nyack gringo back from west nyack and i am there may seventeenth and may nineteenth that's a thursday friday saturday west nyack new york city i've never been there and then houston june twenty second through twenty third so just minnesota west nyack and houston titular sale right now tv kate dot com also wednesday five pm pacific re we release prime my favorite shirt we've ever done the one love cowan shirts the one love vintage black one love brian cowen shirts and then i'll be really semi excite bike stay in your lane toward as well coming up here so stay tuned but minnesota up may fourth and fifth west nyack may seventeenth nineteenth and houston june twenty three twenty third utah dates are just announced to on my instagram and twitter not fat k dot com for all things related for tickets for myself brian cow.

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"nyack" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

The Fighter And The Kid

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"nyack" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid

"Habe yeah buddy hopefully sons good for your psoriasis because your ass head to west palm beach this weekend buddy tomorrow thursday friday saturday i'm west palm beach improv you come see me god dang it then i'm all the way over to boston the next week april eight nine nine hundred twenty twenty one at laugh boston that i got comedy works downtown denver the weekend after that buoy ya the next friday saturday april twentieth twentyfirst i think i'm at calgary yuk yuks get your tickets now k dot com next month west nyack which is new york and we just add minnesota wherever mall merck is that's where i'm coming days gone out for those any day now but get your right now for calgary and brian count myself teapot k dot com get them yeah habe i'll tell you what i read on the planes these days get me fired up and tell them my health get aubrey's new book new book or you wanna learn about how to wake up right holding day odin the day today and own your life i'm talking about like how to bio hack this machine you call a human body especially a cheat code for your body dude he's done i think there's something like three hundred different clinical trials some some like backed by three hundred active references owned sale own your life optimized press for waking up working out learning eating training playing sleep we don't forget and book is fucking by aubrey marsha he's fook hit we're all books you can get he should call it own your phuc own the book get a now that if you want to save on worldclass supplements go on it dot com slash fire temps off the entire damn site enjoy brandon i'm wearing hanes underwear right now i'm wearing my my comfort fit took him two years two years my comfort flex fit two years to develop this.

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