35 Burst results for "ONE"

Carter, Lagace help Pens clinch home ice in first round

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 18 min ago

Carter, Lagace help Pens clinch home ice in first round

"The penguins have capped their regular season with a one nothing win over the Sabres Maxime Legace stopped twenty eight shots in his first career shutout legacy was in goal after Christian Jerry in case he dismissed were sidelined it was legacies first NHL game since February first two thousand nineteen for Vegas listen there's obviously you know coming into my first NHL game in two years I just wanted to keep it simple and clear my head as much as I could and you will just you know because that was the game came to me Jeff Carter scored his seventeenth goal of the season and fifth in two games to help the penguins finished thirteen two one one over their final sixteen games Carter scored nine times in fourteen games after coming over from the kings I'm Dave Ferrie

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Bo, the Obama's Family Dog, Dies of Cancer

WBZ Afternoon News

00:18 sec | 2 hrs ago

Bo, the Obama's Family Dog, Dies of Cancer

"Has died after a battle with cancer in a statement, the former first family says they'll Miss Bo dearly, but are thankful that he lived such a joyful life. They're asking everyone toe Hug the furry members of their family a little closer tonight and give them belly rubs from us.

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Communications Director Resigns

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:41 sec | 4 hrs ago

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's Communications Director Resigns

"York governor. Andrew cuomo's communications director is resigning as state's attorney. General expanded investigation the wall street journal today claiming that the state attorney general's office has expanded the sexual harassment investigation against andrew cuomo to also include claims that one of his advisors linked vaccine access to support for the governor. As criticism of the governor grew in march advisor larry schwarz had made calls to officials asking them if they would demand cuomo's resignation porco ever argues that he never tied that conversation with vaccine distribution the vaccine czar. Step down at the end of last month. Bronx's alex hogan almas office has not commented on the

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A Shortage Has Made Computer Chips the New Toilet Paper

Shop Girls

01:59 min | 6 hrs ago

A Shortage Has Made Computer Chips the New Toilet Paper

"Just use them and just assume they'll be there and all of that. During the pandemic. We know toilet paper became, like, Oh, you know, are we going? There was a shortage. We're going to find it. And we never really thought about computer chips. Did you? I'm Pringles. Maybe regularly. Computer chips. Well, if you were looking for a new car, it might be something that you would think about. Um, first of all, There has been a real shortage of computer chips and there are essential we know that they're essential for electronic brains and your toe make smart phones and cars and all of that. But it and it's one of the reasons that car manufacturing has been stalled. It's why rental cars are harder to find, Um But it also makes the difference in other industries as well because chips are used to track milk production of dairy cows. Make sure produce in truck stays at the right temperature. All of these kind of things and a modern Are you jumping into production? This is well yes, people are Yeah. No, This is not a funny thing, making a very serious case. I wish you would not interrupt. In fact, I realized as I was researching this that I believe it was Leslie Stall on 60 Minutes, did a interview with the head of Intel because Intel seems to be the only American company that makes computer chips. And that's why it's a real problem because it's China, where all of these come from. The production of $50,000 cars are being held up because of the lack of a $1 computer chip. That's what they cost. They can't get enough of them. Crazy and so well, it is. And so they've,

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Oklahoma Man Arrested on Charges of First Degree Murder

The Garden Party

00:29 sec | 7 hrs ago

Oklahoma Man Arrested on Charges of First Degree Murder

Liz Cheney Faces Growing Criticism From GOP Colleagues

Skullduggery

01:03 min | 7 hrs ago

Liz Cheney Faces Growing Criticism From GOP Colleagues

"Watching the latest unraveling of the republican party still enamored with trump's nonsense about a stolen election now deposing about to depose their number three leader in the house of representatives liz cheney because she has stood up for the basic truth about what happened i e joe biden one and we have that lunatic arizona recounting going on where ordered by the arizona legislature looking for supposed- fraudulent votes in maricopa county where The latest reports are there. A scarring the ballots for signs of bamboo because of claims that somehow thousands of ballots were flown in from asia For biden tipping the state In his favor and therefore if they can find some residue of bamboo they can prove the election was indeed stolen.

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Tile to Leverage Amazon Echo and Ring Devices

Lew Later

01:39 min | 8 hrs ago

Tile to Leverage Amazon Echo and Ring Devices

"Has partnered with tile. So it ain't so crazy. What i'm saying is not so crazy that they're doing battle out there. And they're china. Make these alliances and to china target one another eight obviously happened through acquisitions through partnerships and arrangements. This is just a partnership rate was on him by title amazon. Did not by tile. What they did is they granted tile access to their mesh network for tracking items which plugs into all the amazon echo products. That are out there. Whatever they're smart home stuff that's out there because one of tiles main disadvantages against airtags is the fact that you've got two billion iphones on out there on a fine my stuff and Entirely is like a startup. Which will they're not. They're eight years old but they're not tapped in in that way their network is only other tile devices airtags network is bigger than even airtags by default. Because find my phone my iphone while this is where the quick arner ship. I was talking about it. Two episodes ago. I said the words amazon. I said tile needs to partner with amazon airtags week or two ago all but this is in development was in development so the conversations have were ongoing. It's not like But but you're right. It is as far as putting the release and making the deal. What is exactly what i thought. What do you do. if you're tile you look for a partner that's bigger than you

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Odies of 750 Covid-19 Victims in New York City Remain in Refrigerated Trucks

Garden Sense

00:30 sec | 11 hrs ago

Odies of 750 Covid-19 Victims in New York City Remain in Refrigerated Trucks

"Virus pandemic was for the Big Apple. It's days of being the nation's pandemic at the center or long gone, But New York City is still using refrigerated trucks to store bodies of covert victims. More than a year after they were first set up as temporary morgues. Death surged. City's medical examiner's office says 750 bodies are being kept in long term storage and refrigerated trailers out of Brooklyn Pier this while family members sort out plans for their final resting places. Tom Bugatti Fox

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Facebook Upholds Trump Ban but Will Reassess Decision Over Coming Months

The Daily Dive

02:07 min | 15 hrs ago

Facebook Upholds Trump Ban but Will Reassess Decision Over Coming Months

"We're waiting for this past. Week was the fate of president trump's ban on facebook facebook's oversight board ruled that for now the ban will remain. The board ruled that facebook was justified in banning trump but took issue with the indefinite suspension calling it vague and uncertain. They gave facebook six months to decide if the ban is permanent and also to fully explain their decision in the meantime president trump has launched his own site where you can get his statements in a twitter like format for more on why trump remains banned on facebook will speak to heather kelly technology reporter at the washington post. They came back with the sort of split decision. The way the board is set up and again it is created and funded by facebook. The people on it are chosen by facebook but it is considered sort of separate entity. And the way it's set up is that they have two parts every decision. I is binding not legally. But like i dunno gentlemen's agreement with facebook that facebook will do whatever the first part is and that is if it's going to overrule its ban or pulled it and in this case it did uphold the ban of trump and the second part is a series of policy recommendations and facebook is considering its suggestion that go back to the drawing board and come up with a different punishment as policy recommendations and that means it actually doesn't have to abide by it but it is going to have a public reply sometime in the next thirty days so they give them six months to come back with this new plan on it and basically. They said that when they suspended him it was vague and uncertain. They should have decided re going gonna permanently ban you or not so. That's kind of where that whole thing lies. The president did respond in say that free speech has been taken away from the president of the united states. As we remember this all goes back to the riots on the on the capital from january six and and a lot of the statements that he was a posting on his social media. So what were the specific things that they were ruling on the specific post. They did look at the two posts he made on or around january six. They also did look back at past posts but those weren't taking this much into consideration. It was really about the final decision and what it included and inspired post hit expressed support for the people at the capital

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U.S. Economy Generates 266,000 New Jobs in April — Far Fewer Than Forecast

The News & Why It Matters

00:35 sec | 1 d ago

U.S. Economy Generates 266,000 New Jobs in April — Far Fewer Than Forecast

"The. Us department of labor has released official april payroll report and This is not good news. It's really shocked wall street and prompted a lot of states to begin reexamining federal unemployment benefits so according to these numbers the economy added about two hundred sixty six thousand new jobs in april. This falls way short of forecasts and the unemployment rate rose to six point one percent. According to bloomberg overall employment remains eight million short of pre pandemic

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Natural Language Processing With Sylvain Perron

Software Engineering Daily

01:45 min | 1 d ago

Natural Language Processing With Sylvain Perron

"So vain. Welcome the show. Thanks for having me. You are the founder of bought press which is a system for building chat bots. And whenever i do show about chat bots the first thing i always like to ask is what happened. Like there was the period of of great chat bot hype and then things basically died down but you still cheat chat bots everywhere when you you hit an airline website or a customer service center. So how big is the market for chat bots. Is there still big demand for chat bots. What's going on there. Yeah for sure. I think pretty much everybody's wondering what's happening with the bots. Then wasn't the the big hype ends. I think the made problem there was. That wasn't really backed by any kind of significant breakthrough in technology rate so it was mostly based on facebook opening up their developer. Api's and allowing people to build those. I don't know if i should say but dom buds right with buttons. That didn't really have any kind of language understanding behind him. And so i think the kind of fell flat and right now. I think it's starting to pick it up again because because there's been indeed like recent developments in nlp which now allows us to start again looking at this problem and having more concrete applications and you know the market is is very big for something that

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Cloud9 Stumbles out of the Gate

Esports Minute

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

Cloud9 Stumbles out of the Gate

"News today. So let's dive on, in the off-season, invitation out of Reykjavik Iceland. For League of Legends is already wrapped for their second day of groups. And men has it been a lackluster showing from Cloud 9 in North America. Thus far yesterday, they were beaten by Korean. Paused am One gaming in an efficient game. As dwgs Canyon took over the jungle and helped them. Take nine of C 90 hours for the win. While Cloud 9 could not get one turret found himself with an 8:00 keg deficit for the loss. Not totally unexpected. But today, Cloud 9 had to take on the Japanese Squad. And detonation focused me. See nine jungler, and LCS MVP. Blabber got embarrassed in. This one is Cloud 9 laws to a supposed Underdog. Dropping them to last place in group C with DWG. Kia leading the group in group, a role. Never give up his 300 and add our group be emerging European. Yep. Because mad lines lead to oh they're not just start up again at approximately 8 a.m. Central Time tomorrow.

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Twitter Introduces Tip Jar

Techmeme Ride Home

01:06 min | 1 d ago

Twitter Introduces Tip Jar

"As expected twitter has taken the wraps off of tip jar a new feature allowing everyone using twitter in english to send tips and a limited group including journalists and experts to actually accept those tips coating the verge to use the tip jar simply tap on the freshly added dollar. Bill icon next to someone's username when viewing their profile. On one of twitter's mobile apps users will be able to toggle the tip jar feature to for those individuals or organizations that don't want people just sending them cash out of the blue android users will also be able to send money in twitter's clubhouse like spaces tip jars supports a variety of payment options and links band camp cash app patriotic pay pal and then mo twitter is using those services external payment processors for transactions. It doesn't take a cut all english language. Twitter users can send tips starting today but only a select group including craters journalists. Experts and nonprofits can't turn on the feature to accept money for now

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Roku Stock Surges After Earnings, Outlook Top Expectations

Daily Tech Headlines

00:20 sec | 1 d ago

Roku Stock Surges After Earnings, Outlook Top Expectations

"In q. One roku earned fifty four cents per share on revenue of five hundred. Seventy four point two million dollars up seventy nine percent in the year and beating analysts expectations. The company had previously projected a loss for the quarter. The company added two point four million active accounts in the quarter with streaming hours viewed up eight percent in the quarter to eighteen point three billion

David Swenson, Head of Yale's Massive Endowment Fund, Has Died

Equity

01:05 min | 1 d ago

David Swenson, Head of Yale's Massive Endowment Fund, Has Died

"Danny who is david swinson. And why does his death impact the show yes. We're recording on this thursday. We learned that david swinson. The longtime head of sales endowment passed away from cancer. At the age of sixty seven. Swinson pioneered for endowments the alternative investment approach of investing outside of stocks and bonds to hedge funds and private equity and venture capital. Obviously that really revolutionized basically asset management across the world it invented the modern dowman. That really built up the universities. You're no stanford. harvard princeton. All sort of used this to really buttress their financial powers of the last couple of decades and his losses a huge tragedy thing for the entire industry. I was just going to add one nine to yale's endowment to give listeners perspective my friend taneja pora put it out a graph showing swenson's impact on yale's endowment and says that he grew the endowment from one billion in nineteen eighty-five to over thirty billion and created eight billion in value through its performance alone. So this guy had a huge huge impact from a financial perspective and as you mentioned just culture and how we think about venture

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Pepsi's Number Fever

The Indicator from Planet Money

01:56 min | 2 d ago

Pepsi's Number Fever

"Victoria. And where nato angelo. Where a couple living in manila in the philippines. They had a pretty hot life. When i worked as a rickshaw driver and the whole family lived in a tin roof shack but they had a dream. Tim hoffa talks about this in his cautionary tales. Podcast and that dream is that they'll win a very unusual lottery. The lottery is called number fever in the lottery. Numbers are printed on the inside of bottle tops on bottles of pepsi. They sat down every night to wash numbers drawn on tv. If the number from your bottle top was drawn in one grand prize you could win a million pesos. That's equivalent to about forty thousand american dollars. That is a lot of money in the philippines in one thousand nine hundred to a life changing amount of money for victoria and anita if they were ever to win it but of course. It's just that one grand prize. What are the chances they would ever win. What was the number. The number was three four nine one evening. They are watching the television and the lottery. Juries held on the number comes up and it's three four nine. They can't believe it. Got forty thousand dollars a million pesos. They the children can go to college. Anita doesn't have to work as a rickshaw driver any more it would be like winning a million dollars in the us. Today but pepsi messed up and eight hundred thousand bottletops printed with the winning number three four nine so for victoria and horta the way i imagine. This is the run out onto the streets to celebrate and everybody else is on the streets and they're celebrating too because they all have the number three four nine on their bottle tops. So they're all going to be millionaires. Yeah well you'd think pepsi was on the hook for at least fifteen billion dollars

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The Irresistible Charm of The "Family Factor"

Stansberry Investor Hour

01:39 min | 2 d ago

The Irresistible Charm of The "Family Factor"

"The first thing. I want to talk about is. It's actually a a piece. That was put out by credit. Suisse maybe four years ago. Yeah four years ago. Twenty seventeen and it's called the irresistible. Charm of the family factor. The family factor is just the fact that as they point out in the report family owned companies tend to outperform. The non family owned companies in their peer group and this it holds true. It's like all regions all sectors all different sizes big cap small mid cap cap. Everything in between and they say this was written in two thousand seventeen. They said over the last decade. The annual return generated by family owned companies was on average five percent higher than average annual return. That's a lot man. that's a lot. The difference between like twelve percent a year and seventeen percent year. Just say is a lot and so they're they have what credit suisse caused the family. One thousand apparently they have an index or a list of these of thousand of these companies and they started out the report. They say whether you're buying coffee at the small cafe around the corner driving a bmw or sitting in an armchair eating some fruit from the local grocery store. You're enjoying the products and services brought to you by family owned company so bmw i- kia and whoever else they're talking about

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Restaurant Rescue Program Gets Flood of Applicants

Marketplace Minute

00:24 sec | 2 d ago

Restaurant Rescue Program Gets Flood of Applicants

"A flood of applicants for a new financial aid program. I'm not soft with the marketplace minute. Small business administration says it's gotten one hundred eighty six thousand applications for that program and that's just in the first couple of days. The program started this week. And there's twenty nine billion dollars available to help. Restaurants bars and other eligible businesses pandemic related financial

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"one" Discussed on One Plus One

One Plus One

06:00 min | 2 weeks ago

"one" Discussed on One Plus One

"A woman named becky is lounging by the pool at the fontham blue hotel when a strapping pool attendant catches her eye. She asks him if he'd like to go on a date with her. But there's a catch. Her husband wants in on the action to what begins as an unconventional proposition will soon throw them all into the international spotlight. And that's because the couple is none other than jerry falwell junior and his wife becky. Two of the most powerful figures in evangelical america but as they're forbidden fleeing blossomed into a full fledged relationship. The falwell's did much more than break their own rules. One presents in god. We lost a story of an alluring sex scandal power money and a very public fall from grace while running liberty university a school that strictly enforced absence. There's even a rule against prolonged contact with the opposite sex. The falwell's lured giancarlo rhonda into a love triangle. That lasted years. They promised him the world paying for a new apartment treating him to lavish vacations and brokering meetings with the likes of donald trump but when the world of their throttle into the wrong hands it led to political extortion international headlines that brought jerry falwell jr junior's empire crashing down. You're about to hear a preview of in god. We lost while you're listening. Subscribe to in god. We lost on apple podcasts. Amazon music listen early and ad free by joining one three plus in the wondering app so a ratio. I want you to picture of cool at a luxury hotel on miami beach. Oh this is perfect. I need a vacation. Well it's not just any hotel. It's the luxurious historic fountain. Blue back in the fifties you could catch legends like frank sinatra or a garland lounging poolside or walking through its giant marble lobby. They actually once had to put armed guards at the door. Just to keep out screaming fans those were the days drink manhattans with old blue eyes. Yeah i forgot your founding member of the ratpac. I don't like to brag on this day in march two thousand twelve twenty year old giancarlo rhonda as working as a pool attendant at the fountain. Blue giancarlos handsome and fit. He recently kicked a bad video. Game habit got himself in great shape and lately. he's been working. This hourly job dutifully bringing towels and cold beverages to hotel guests. It's a lot of work. Sweating it out in the miami humidity but today something unusual catches giancarlos. I among all the beautiful people sunbathing by the pool. There's one guest in particular and he's noticing how she's noticing him she's checking them out like really obviously checking them out. We don't know exactly how the next moment goes down. But giancarlo walks over to the woman i imagine. He casually asks her if she needs a fresh towel or a fresh drink. She's older than him. He's guessing she's in her forties anything. She's cute brunette great body friendly smile and she keeps flirting with him. At one point she even takes a picture of giancarlo with her phone. Wow thirsty much definitely. After some chitchat the woman tells him her name is becky. She asks him for his number and he gives a tour and then she asks him if he wants to meet at her hotel room. Okay this is getting interesting. Yes but we're not done. Because according to giancarlo she adds one more request. My husband. She says he likes to watch was not expecting that. After giancarlo finishes his shift at the pool. He gets a call from a blocked number. The caller asks him to go to a hotel near the fountain blue when he gets there. Becky sitting at the bar. She's nervous. yeah. I think i need a drink to. They both have a whiskey to calm the old nerves then they stairs together when they get to the hotel room. There's becky's husband lying on the bed. Just boom lying on the bed. Yup he's tall haired pretty handsome. Maybe a little doughy around the middle. He's noticeably drunk and giggling nervously. One about giancarlo. Is he nervous. If it were me. I have so many my stomach. Yeah well giancarlo reassures the husband that if he starts to get uncomfortable with a setup he'll get outta there no problem but the couple dozen ask him to leave instead giancarlo and becky have sex while the husband watches. Okay so we're just getting right down to it. I'm sorry is a grown man. Giggling not enough. Four play for your asia and i should say this is john carlos version of what happened that night. The couple has straight up. Denied this is how it went down. Is this couple someone that we know. Oh just wait the very next day. Giancarlo says he gets another call. Becky and her husband wanna meet again. Oh boy yeah. Oh boy is right. Because becky is becky falwell. And her husband. The one with a voyeurism fetish. Thatt's jerry falwell junior. Do you know who that is. Yeah he's the son of reverend. Jerry falwell senior right. Yup who was one of the most famous christian leaders in the country and in two thousand and twelve jerry. Junior is the president of the evangelical university who founded this meeting with giancarlo. Rhonda is going to turn into much more than a meaningless affair. It'll lead to bad business deals and accusations of blackmail and it'll end in a scandal that threatens to destroy the evangelical empire jerry's father built fear is so much going on there that should not be occurring and needs to be stopped. He had no limits. He had no accountability. None i learned to becky's not as innocent as you might want to believe..

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

07:41 min | 9 months ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"Started with the V. Nov data, but he was like this Guy Remember? anyways, he he would interview people. Undercover and yes. Man, I wish I remembered the name of up real quick so Why are we talking about this guy? Where did I go? We're talking about being intentional about what the news we take in. Yes. So he will try to go undercover in some ways to be able to formulate. Hey, this is what's what's happening of this story. So you're gaining again his perspective, but you're getting it not being sold to you from a certain. A political side or political spin right? So. Yeah anyways with. Owing somewhere and I'm like, I lost track is like that squirrel mind. You. Don't know certain which Mike of use the main guy that they. Did. Mike shortage was a director, but this guy was A. Camp minded either. What you're talking about the one that he went in undercover at. You Post so much about Russia now, all because God made money and so what's happening is people don't know. That story, right? and. When you don't know the full story, you'll only get part of the picture. In even in that part of the picture, there is a Psychologist she's not she's a professor memory is a very fickle and dangerous thing. Right memory is is extremely. Biased and can be memories can be implanted. In your thoughts to right. So this is where like even an incident that you and I both had seen, we will see it from a different, not just a different perspective, but our past will also color our current situation. So we can we we see it through our reference point of our past, right right. So I'm going to report on an opinion on what we had seen and it's going to be very different from your opinion even though the facts still remain the same. Facts will change right our opinions on how we see this event do. So that's why with this whole thing on mainstream media, I'm like man. When I walked at People's houses and they have CNN on or Twenty four, I'm like. Listen to bill burs podcast. Yeah. I listen I thought he was so perfect. Was it when he says I go over to someone's house and I see that CNN is on I immediately leave yeah. That's almost like how I feel like I go to my parents house and They watch Greek News. Okay. So it's funny because then. They tell me Oh, my God did you hear this I'm like, where did you hear this? Did you hear this week news? It's not true. It's so funny. My wife makes. The here where they hear it anyways but I find that it's such A. Our TV we have a TV, and it's almost rarely turned on. Its almost always off and sometimes I'll, if we want to watch something, we try to watch them together as a family. So we watched survivor as a family because I'm like this is like a really cool. Opportunity to see people how they behave in certain ways. Again, it is condensed because it like over four days it's one show when our show over four days so you can get full story you only get clips of what's happening. So this is what we get in life in general, we never get the full story, but in I, love the podcast realm because people are allowed to have an opportunity to. Throw thought out there play with it a little bit dickey back change it. It's like it allows some sort of. You know a dance. Yeah. Happen Yeah Yeah, right a little bit ebb and flow, and I think that's an important thing where you miss that when all you're hearing is One side of the story right? You see how much I've been talking? I'm not listening no I'm I'm the one that's interview is reading a book called wired you listening I'm just thinking I'm not listening. To say. While the issue is is it's so like you said, we've already talked about it. It's so complex and the reason I love Saga Crystal that are on the rising. Is. They talk about the the we live in a world. So complex now that it's it's not simple enough to just ask you are you left or right wing right? Like they said. It's so complex now that you have to separate economically and yet the separate culturally. So I may. Lie on the right economically. That I believe in free markets and I don't really like socialism, but I could lie on the left culturally, right? I. Believe in Lgbtq, rights black lives matter. But there's also people that are the opposite way people believe in hundred percent socialism are in the right culturally. Right and and so. I think that you have to start splitting it up like that and I think also that I that I loved about that you've talked about today is that The more. That you read the more you experienced the world, the greater your perspective is to be able to understand. The whole life cycle of ideas, right like especially with CNN and Mike, what you've talked about already is that. It's a glimpse like you've mentioned, and if we're really gonNA understand everything, I think the two questions that it comes down to is like with you brought up a science y you love science. Will I love science? I. Think. It's so sad that people don't go to science is because the most important question I think that they can ask is show me the evidence like that's Like show me the evidence I'll believe show me evidence. So it even like Gal I can't remember his name but. The fear of the thirteen documentary on I'm almost done. That is I. It's interesting I it's it's a good I am a history lesson. I. Think I think I think there's actually a lot of good points in this I. Don't know enough about it and I'm like okay. Oh. My God I need see more of this because I don't understand certain things that. You know. Being. Canadian this wouldn't be any It wouldn't have been privy to me at any point, right? I in in L. continue on that in a second but it's just as like when we went to school at will. About residential schools. And now, something that was like what this is in our country so we need to be informed with our own. Situations as well as outside. So the thirteenth I just haven't finished Lyndon I started watching it but it's something I wanna see WanNA finish it. But Yeah while I was actually talking about a different documentary but I agree without there's and there's another one one's called the fear of the thirteen. Okay. It's about this guy who was wrongfully accused of rape and murder and thrown in prison for twenty years and he taught himself how to read and write in prison. And he was reading a book on microbiology in prison he said, he read enough books to get a degree cod and he taught us learning about microbiology and he learned that DNA evidence was now a thing. So you got convicted in the eighties. It was like nineteen, ninety, five or something like DNA evidence was like becoming big. So he wrote a letter didn't know how to write before prison learned how to write wrote a letter to the judge said I know the DNA evidence is a thing and I want to have. DNA..

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

13:59 min | 1 year ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"After since it was a French guy that made that documentary really. It's possibly the smartest documentary ever seen or filled because it lasts two hours Then you got a many it generated. Did this domino effect where you have a bunch of new incentives and new initiatives that take birth throughout France. So there there is I would say the beginning of a movement that is being done like towards energy Uh Energy Efficiency I call it energy intelligence but then you can also see that there is a the hand brakes is up on on it because for example recently like now we start to get a lot in many manifestations and protests from People who are at least a ecologically logically Ecologically invested in. That are disappointed that the government is not taking more of a stand on this issue. So you you get a lot of riots you get a lot of protests so it does show that despite. Yeah I think. Individual initiatives are absolutely absolutely fundamental unnecessary because big changes. Come from a set of small things put next to each other but one factor That is just as important as definitely as financially as it's politically you need governments to support individual actions and give them the means to to grow grow That their interest also turns towards the interest of those individual those individual initiatives in movements and that is That's possibly I don't know if you heard of the yellow vests movements in Paris last year. No Dow huge huge scale protests tests that lasted for about four or five months every weekend and it was literally face offs between police and SWAT teams and engine Sevilla and because more and more political decisions are made to tighten the grip around people who already have little means to live by and it's generally in the interest of people who are already rich enough and too much to our dismay against people who they don't have many means and so for example that that shows that so far political decisions while I'm speaking in this case of Franz but I think the idea is very general like at some point you cannot solve the problem by yourself neither in in that in that light it's even though you will have individual initiatives and there are a clearly don't know all of them or maybe even and ten percent of them but at some point it has to be endorsed by the government it has to be endorsed by by political powers and authorities authorities. That can actually give weight in interest to it and so I think for right now. Currently speaking that is the major major factor. That is still missing. I wouldn't say the only one but at some point that wall wallet Advancing with a hand breaks up and as long as he gets all the new. You will make progress. You will make effort at sadly sadly maybe a frighteningly fighting slow slow speed or pace rhino whereas the problem that we're facing it's actually very fast paced. The like I said every year the day that we consume all the energy just recedes further and further and further so it it is definitely measurable. Yes I agree I absolutely agree. I for those listening. The documentary. That Jimmy's talking about it tomorrow. I I looked it up and it looks amazing. I am definitely going to watch this. Really I can guarantee you. It is possibly the smartest thing I've ever seen period. I'm I'm not a movie freak. But that one I can look over and over and over and it's Eh it the I would say. The genius of that thing is in its simplicity. It is seriously not that difficult old complicated. That doesn't mean that it's easy but it is clearly not as complicated as imagine. I always make a difference between complex and complicated and yes. It's it's complex. But we have a tendency of wanting to make. It seem complicated to justify inaction that it's absolutely not that's well said the the issue is complex. There's lots of angles facets variables but yeah we definitely overcomplicate it with our egos governments social in clinical issues grave saying. I'm glad you brought this up because Just kind of enclosing one of the one of the things I really do. Believe is that to get people. The move the needle on energy environment being cleaner and greener is getting people to just fall in love with the earth right like there's is a documentary that came out. Oh I don't know a few months ago. It's called one strange rock. I don't know if you've heard of it never heard of it. Check the this is one that this is this is probably my equivalent to one year. The Tommy I'm GonNa Watch this one tomorrow one but yeah it's called one strange rock okay. I'll tell you will smith narrates it. Oh and it's a they can miniseries in its support National Geographic and basically what it is. There's tennis ten. Astronauts that will Smith Interviews and the astronauts talk about about how they're experiencing space completely changed how they view the earth. Okay it's one little rock one strain draw one straight okay got it once drug android. Yeah and I remember after watching that and like after showing so many people that documentary just like it clicked in people's minds. Like wow like like I need to do something like when you give people the Y.. In like show them what they're taking care of and like. I think that really does a huge impact so for for those listening. Watch this documentary tomorrow. Jimmy's talking about. I'm sure I'm sure it's great so actually the there's something so true about what you said that when when you give people the why the of course they that's where the education so they should give people a tool right lane and the why of it that it is is proven that the vast majority of people take it to heart and take it very seriously because they understand the the part that they play in that whole pyramid and and one of the most frightening examples is am. I went to Iceland a year and a half ago and they have possibly a On many many different points be it politically socially energetically speaking yeah. They're they're definitely ahead of of most people I think. And typically when they wanted to restructure their entire political functioning. They actually got together and to make what what they did to be a democracy. They had social experiment but it was actually done to create laws where they would take out of the entire population two thousand people at random and they would also put on like a digital platform. People could suggest in propose laws and the idea was was for those people to get together that day. I educate them about what the problem is currently that they're facing the. What are the tools that they have at at their disposal and that that knowledge than those people who are mere citizens like you would be could get together and decide While hey we we need more of this aura. Weakened suggests this ambition this idea and in that case you saw the vast vast vast majority of people when they had the y. about it while actually voted and decided that they probably never would have decided to done. Had they not been yeah right yeah. That's true task point so that that is so important that you say people need it as as humans. We need to know the why of what we're doing. And if you give then you definitely have a complete complete different from ABC right. I think and you made totally disagree with me on this point which I'm totally fine. 'cause most people do the this. This is the new push towards space exploration again. Yeah yes there is the issue of his a ton of money money. That could be used in other places but at the same time walk. Because I'm an engineer. And you're an engineer. While I I look at it like back in in the sixties and when we did have the space program it like it united the world in a lot of ways just because we we had to give us a common goal and a large part of me wants like supports it because because it is so uniting of Bringing S. together and like here's our why just you know. There's obviously a lot of issues and debates that we could go down a tunnel rabbit holes but I think the the main principle is yeah. Yeah let's come together as one. Let's have a conversation and Yeah let's let's get just to get educated. You know you educate me on things. I educate you. We educate the world. We educate everyone and yet just then we really can make thoughtful and ethical decisions like Iceland like they cut their a pride like you said like they're just fastening. They're so willing to be humble. And what's in the best interest for everyone fat right. At some point he'd ask yourself what is it that you're willing to to give up or to sacrifice or modify change in your everyday life life so like what's the expense that you're willing to pay to improve the quality of life of your neighbors of the the people living next to you and around you in your community in your country etc.. That's the if if everyone thinks on individuals scaled It's difficult I don't even difficult. It's it won't work out because you know there's always this metaphor of If everyone's in the same boat and there's a hold on one side right and you're like okay that's cool. That's not my problem because it's over right Iran. Ed Sooner or later it will become your offered by time to become an album. It's already too late In general your neighbors problems is always. You're at very good point. The matter how distant it is a definite together is is is immensely the important and it's if if there is something that is capable of bringing people together than totally worthwhile. I question a how much right now. Space exploration is the unity of that. Because I think there's also a lot of competitiveness fat also Good point is a very good point that I can definitely understand that idea of that. If he could bring people together to share a common goal back in that something it can be very long way right. And I'd like to hope that the common goal really is that we can make the planet cleaner and Greener. Like I think that that is really uniting citing the world like it's really bringing people to the table that you know just having conversations that normally wouldn't have so. I think that that is really i. I'd like to maybe recant. My first comment I still do love. And the joy space exploration but based on our conversation. I really do hope that the clean energy making the world cleaner better is is is really. What's going to bring us together on which early? I honestly believe that it's I mean if we're down to the point where we have a sixteen year old Swedish girl yes Sir Boyle all over There's reason enough to believe that the the problem is of a very large scale. Oh absolutely yeah absolutely yeah. She's incredible go ahead. Let's say she's a More more so incredible Not for the position that she she defendants but the the strength and determination with which she fights. It's for at least she has one benefit that you I mean. I believe that you're on a climate change sceptic or whatever but cotton neglect the fact that if she's region to that point than it's because what she says speaks out to a vast majority Jordy of people and about a subject that is undeniably undeniably part of our upcoming big issue after issue. Yeah you can't you know we're at a point where you can't you can't just you can't just sake. Climate change doesn't exist anymore. There's so much evidence if people nowadays swamy like climate change is a hoax like well. I'm not talking to you you just. You're you're informed. That's it if you don't believe in climate change it's like you don't believe even units of measurements like absolutely. It's not an opinion. Okay this is like I can measure this out and quantify it for us. It's me he's saying it's just modern day science in units of measure inside so it's sometimes But I mean that just that it just goes to show how far we are in social conditioning and so typically like my students are completely blight about these issues. But that's because the in That they're growing up in is not putting any emphasis on it but is more putting emphasis on iphone..

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"I'm GonNa talk me spoons. Yeah I listen to so many podcasts up its gills like sometimes talking other people's words but from experience it's like it helped me so much to be in it. I like to have a kind of a job in the in the space. That you you like. You want to be an entrepreneur right right like really putting in the works. You've whether it's going to be academic worker whether you're go get like work on the job. He in that first and then and then you have like a bit dangerous on the topic that you're getting into like you. You know you're worth so. I think that would be my big thing like expose yourself to everything in and around the the topic that you're interested in in every different way and then move forwards right A.. Before we started this. You said you're right. And I've met a lot of really really analytical people that spend a lot of time analyzing right. My thing is like if you're really analytical your feet on the ground right take take your first step and then continued analyze but definitely action right get into it get moving pursue something in take the first steps once you're in that figure out the next step what about when someone says like I'm afraid of failing because especially for you. You started the gym on kind of a huge risk. That might not work you put in. All this money was originally going to be used for a house. There must have been a huge wall of like what if I did. You even think that or turning now I. I'M NOT GONNA lie to you and say that it doesn't creep. been he right butts even if I did fail then was you know. I live in Canada of an amazing wife. You know my opportunities are absolutely endless so if I fail what's the worst case scenario and for us it's pretty damn good. Yeah it's very it's fair if I lost everything right now like what. The both of the gyms collapsed. Things didn't go. Well I've to amazing kids beautiful wife amazing relationships right so I think that maybe if you really truly evaluated your worst case scenario it makes you feel a lot better if when you realize what the upside is you know you. You've you've calculated your upside and you know where you're headed passionately. Then than number. One understanding that the downsides probably not that bad and the upside is something like that's unimaginable to you because when I first started the whippy Jim I was like man this gym. Jim gets a hundred members. I'M GONNA be so happy right and I think you when you joined. We are somewhere around two hundred and something members crazy right and my wife and I talked about that like what what is the endgame for us. Members will be so cool right and then now we have two fifty locations and we have our second location. And now you know what I mean you. You use that experiential validation that I'm talking about where you're in it you know you're getting that feedback that like. Hey what you're doing is good and yes when when you things get bigger. The problems get bigger that perseverance really becomes essential. And now you're like fighting through bad times like when we run into issues. I realized that the bigger issue issue the greater the upside right right. That's that's been the driver for me. It's funny you say that Before for those listening before we were briefly talking about comedian Jim Carey and I remember specifically the Jim Carrey. It said about his dad whereas dad was one of the funniest guys in you but he ended up becoming account because he was afraid. Great of failing as a comedian. Yeah I remember Jim Carey Sang specifically that. It's better to fail. It's something you love than to fail at something you hate aren't aren't even that good at. I'm super more with that. Searching of love like a like a third Mike with somebody disagreed you know what what does that sound like disagree with that but then again this all comes back to that perspective like the having that optimistic perspective. Not I'm just I feel really really grateful to gratitude definitely as a driver but yeah weren't pristine started here yet total. Yeah what was your knowledge and experience as an entrepreneur. You're optimism a the world is facing probably some of the toughest conversations in challenges that we have poverty sanitation. I just recently was in Africa..

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"And that's where it all began so you can imagine Agean like shutting the door on everything that is secure right which would have been hurt job and opening the door to all sorts of risking liability a chance and everything else so we were all in right from day one while an ordinary like our founding membership at we'd be was unbelievable and many of them are still with us five years later But I think the greatest challenge in the greatest challenge. Anything where you're doing something that's different is i. Yeah I remember the day. I mentioned that was venturing out onto my own. The amount of people are like you know how hard this is like challenging. This is GonNa be what about this. What what about this? And there's eight million reasons why you shouldn't do it but your gut just tells you to go ahead right so I think having that faith in being a bit delusional in in in what you want to accomplish is essential right right. I tolerate risks. Pretty well and my wife has kind of like she's the guiding light for me hundred percent it keeps me in the rails but at the challenges are daily but I think it all comes back like being entrepreneurial in spirit and I think that the mindset is huge Asia with being consistent enough that that mindset that you're talking about talking more about that what does that mean to you. I think it's You have to be super resilience. It's like there there. There are really challenging times one hundred percent in knowing that number one you have to want when you're chasing enough right right like you have to kind of feel in your soul you're on the right track and then you have to be resilient enough to deal with what gets thrown at you on a daily basis and also the understanding that like when if you own your own business. There's so many things that you endure that other people don't see and they can't see right right so it's I I read an article about entrepreneurial Brielle being like that journey being very lonely and I think that's the case so when it comes to mindset like I think it's being consistent it's it's it's having the ability ability to persevere and you also have to be so optimistic rarely do and fortunately like my upbringings unbelievable. My parents are incredible. Me and my siblings. I've got a a younger sister and a younger brother as well in. We're all very inherently optimistic. So that's huge. I think that plays into the mindset. Do you think that's the dividing line line that separates great entrepreneurs and successful entrepreneurs between those it. Don't make it. Is that optimism and faith of the Hannity. It has has to be like. There's a lot of other like business things that have to fall in line but think about the problem..

"one" Discussed on No One Told Me

No One Told Me

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"one" Discussed on No One Told Me

"We have to live our lives this way. Maybe we're not sleeping. Maybe we're gaining the way maybe we are feeling that brain fog. Maybe we know that we are sadder anxious than we ever were before. I mean whether it's emotional or physical kind of what you said at the beginning. We just convince ourselves. It is what it is. This is our life. We have too many other things to focus on and think about and work toward to care about how we're feeling thinking physically emotionally. Whatever but I love what you're saying is no that is not the norm and it doesn't have to be the norm. There's a lot of things about your your health that you can't control but there are things you for sure can and I love how you're describing. These are things you can actually do something about you. Don't just have to be susceptible to it is what it is. I can't do anything so that's a huge encouragement in and of itself. I think I don't know why whoever has normalized really really struggling as being normal. We don't doesn't have to be that way. It can be easy grace in one little story. I wanted to tell my mom. I can't tell you hold. She's turning in a couple of weeks. Who I think you can get them out do the math you can probably figure it out and she and gorgeous and chiefly and I spoke in front of forty thousand people in an arena last week week and it was a big deal and Mama win and it just happened to be that there was a half marathon the next day and so she's like okay. I'm going to sign up for that and I'm. GonNa run this half marathon and you know. Ra why not and it was fifty years old that she was going to horrible menopausal symptoms it shoots put on bio identical and for some reason they just weren't right for her because it wasn't actually elitist issue. Something else is driving what was going on but they're just like. Here's the biomedical and she went on. She went into this crazy depression. I remember she called me tonight and I could Taus. She was scared and I never know my mom's to be this way. I'm almost always just so strong as a superwoman and could conquer anything and all of a sudden I heard on the phone someone I didn't know and she put on weight and she was sleeping and she wasn't able to get up in the morning like things were very awry and I took over her entire care. We got off the doctor and it was all the things that I do in the book is nutrition. Healthcare was reciting her Circadian Rhythm. It was having having a emotional school at her back and call. It was shifting getting the right. Nutrients were body developing all right self care for my mom and got her off of Diet. Coke Okay Peanut Domino's. Don't tell me that the reason I oh I love diet coke. I can't hear that so we got all that and she like three months mouth of transformation dropped thirty five pounds and she's. I mean everything changed. Depression was gone she this week and drop the night or energies came back and Everything Matha transformation which was great before because they know I knew who she is. She's rocking her bestself so she decided at that point. It should around you know almost fifty one she does is she gonNA start. Running half marathons and marathons and I think she's really seventy time like this. She's like I'm GonNa. Go Run that one. I'm going to go from this one. I you know I'm GonNa go over here and she's still working and she's still kicking by and she's still doing it with such grace and she has not given up any of that stop that she does that. Take care of herself and I know as easy as it sounds. It's a simple thing that we can kind of brush off to the wayside that makes such a difference and so oh and what I want to say is that it doesn't matter where you are age doesn't matter my mom is more energy now passing a new decade then she did. It's earlier decade then. She killed it. Gosh I can't allow accurate run a half marathon. Well really why would you want to you know it takes a very very special. I've done a couple and I'm like listen. I'm GonNa just mark it off. I don't need to do him anymore. I did I did I did when I was in my late mid twenties when I read my friends Marivan and couple half marathon. I was like check we did it. It's we can say we did and that's all you do it for. anyways ways is to say that you did it and she doesn't every day. It's so crazy to me and she just loves it and you know. It's probably what keeps are feeling so good too. I mean just the fact that it's that a little bit. You know women like to control things to some degree and I do think knowing that you can take control of how you feel and your day in and day out the cyclical thing that you're talking about. We can control that more than we think and so. I think it's a huge encouragement that you're saying these are easy ways to do it. Here are some steps to take and I think I can speak for listeners not just to this podcast but to yours and the people in your books that were extremely thankful for what you do in the passion that you do with 'cause. You're not just selling a bill of goods. You are one hundred percent you but you can tell you believe in it and you've thought through it and you've experienced it yourself. Which is why you've got to do something about it. So I know that we are all extremely thankful for you. Tell us one more time the title of your book where we can get it and also your podcast and where we can find that absolutely healthy essential L. hormones dilution and it's got so many beautiful rituals remedies no we didn't really get into remedies today but I always want to give you the real truth of it all and and and really kinda dissect the fact that yes I have a brain fog rams remedy and yes. I've gotta live either remedy and yes. I've got an instant energy remedy but it's so important that we figure out what is driving why we feel the way you feel when lets you know that but everything you could possibly imagine it every solution you can imagine in that book and since a little place to start it just gives you so much clarity and one of my favorite things about that book is then you realize. Oh my gosh I am not afraid this is real this is you know and and there's so much validation in that book as well which I think is so important and your podcast yeah essentially you podcast in me cover and name it. Pc Os endometriosis. I don't you can do some bayreuth issue all of it any of it. There's an episode for you even breast cancer and and how to how to address that and I find the best experts in the world they find the doctors in the world and she's just really break it down and give you what you need. I'm so tired of you not getting the answers that you deserve. I really am and that's why I have this much and the best part about it is it's explained in ways that you can actually understand. You're not feeling lost in it or or are clueless. You can actually take away several things that you're like. Oh I can do this. I can do this today and that's one of the best things about it. So thank you again. Dr Maria for jumping on here with us. We are grateful for you and we will link to all the things that you mentioned in the show now so listeners can go and find that today Sir. I love inning every episode telling you how thankful I am for you that you would take your time to listen to what what we're trying to do here so if you loved it or even if you have feedback. I want to hear about it. You can either hop on over to itunes and leave us a review or you can just see me on social media. Usually I'm on instagram the most it's at C. E. Hala and again. I love hearing from you guys so make sure you either right or view or send me a d._a._m. which always seems a little bit desperate asking for it but here I am asking anyways. Thanks again for tuning in..

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"one" Discussed on No One Told Me

No One Told Me

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"one" Discussed on No One Told Me

"Often birth control to tweet important transmitters throws after dot microbiome leverage is a lot of stress hormones as well so thinking. I want women to focus. Oh concern is making sure that they have the right nutrition hormone loving foods lots of plants and veggies lots of healthy fat lots of the protein and lots of gut lovely food like fermented foods those are going to be huge and getting rid of anything that could be hormone sabotaging like Luton dairy sugar just because we want to calm down the inflammation in from the birth control next is good supplementation so activated methylated the vitamins Omega Magnesium Vitamin D. We just WanNa ah the anti on the nutrients because they've been depleted and it's going to take them in. It's kind of resupply self-care is GONNA be huge here as well but those are the green major things things we want to focus on to get ourselves out of Poke Birth Control Syndrome. Hell don't WanNa call that because that's what you are suffering these side effects of being off birth control and your body trying to figure out what's going on and that's very normal. It's very typical to be struggling with that after birth control because you you really kinda through your body into another realm ask for other options. I've been awkward control since I was twenty three years old off breath control for all time and still trying to have career that I wanted. Why is there people Bassetti and knowing? We're starting this family now. At this stage in my life you know what other different birth control as I hope hope hope we we will continue to investigate more options for birth control that are safe and effective. Don't draw hormone that Iraq you just heartbreaking people thought the only solution that they have so other than trucking your mental cycle you know I grew up in my Mexican Catholic family and I was under the impression that you could get pregnant anytime someone continuing even you and get pregnant young age. My friend lives like you're going to get any time. It doesn't matter and so you walk near boy and who knows what's GonNa happen so I for a long time. Honestly thought that we had a whole twenty eight window regan frightening and that is simply not true. We only ovulate one day out of the month so we can get really clear on shocking our cycle tracking our basil temperature. You can pretty much you know locked in and in that seven day period you you know our friends of mine who track their cycle with the daisy tracking methods. There's so many different ones. There's like apps now right now. There's so many APP I know so often they control and how I feel about it because I get really hot and upset about it I would never ever ever ever ever was a non-negotiable controller. Never again hormonal birth control after you experience something like that I know for me. It was like my first year of marriage. I will never get that first year back but it was difficult because I was just so different I couldn't figure out what was going on and then I have several friends who you know they went on it to clear up skin in order to regulate or to make the symptoms less during their time of the new acne or cold you all of those things so I vividly remember member Great Friends of mine going on at very early. You know there was always you go off of it and it just takes a while to get normal again and that should have been our first red flag back is if it takes so long to be normal again. Maybe we need to look at it a little harder. Absolutely it was initially for men and they were like well really men. I can't take this well. Let's get you women what happens to them. You are on birth control and you are struggling especially with mood. I want you to know that that is not your hormones melt. Your warmonger not involved right now. That is side effects of medication. Just know that the easiest way to end those side effects is into terminate that medication as possible. Can we just for a minute. Get a little bit practical about some of the things that you know are happening and you know it's decide effective hormones but you're not sure what to do next. You know like the white game and you know that it's it's a part of hormones because nothing about your lifestyle has really changed that much. I mean in terms of if you know your daily intake of calories or whatever else what are some things just practically that you can do with some things like weight gain or hair loss. I have several friends here experiencing experiencing that right now and they can't figure out why it's happening and what to do and again they start researching and just as overwhelming and it's. I don't know what the next step should be so for some of those practical ones yeah. I'm going to do my best and not over complicated. Just know that you know the the hair loss and the weight gain not very clearly. Those are talk is right. It's a symptom of something else and waking. I remember for years. I was only a and I'm GONNA for lack of working out multiple times a day or eating just terrorists and the more I worked out at eight just carrots more. I gained weight how what is going on with me and we can all get something as where we think the weight gain is because and I was treating making it wasn't it was never the weight gain was my thyroid. I don't even we were able to dial in on the thyroid the next question okay the thyroid. Why is my thyroid acting in such a way and then we okay well now. It's my gut or it's the stress issue got issue and it's a trust issue right and I you know it's an autoimmune condition driven by those things and we start to feel the layer back right. 'cause the I I mean I got diagnosed with Haji motos and low thyroid. I was like okay well. What the heck is driving these yeah what is going on because you get the medication education the World Gimme all the does track zone or whatever you're GonNa put me on that doesn't solve the problem. What am I go off into. Stuff isn't gonNA come back so that's always really important according to weight gain or weight resistance 'cause that's really what it is hormones driving this week resistance whether it's deregulation of lesson or insulin or grill or whatever it may be your thyroid hormone the first stop foundationally alway is nutrition because here's the the thing about nutrition when you can set the tone for beautiful beautiful healthy guy next beautiful microbial in your nourishing your body with the right foods and letting go all the foods that are not serving you it clears the way it clears the path to figure out with that rule cause is quicker because when we are dealing with the foundation it's so much harder to figure out what the root causes so nutrition is going to be huge. Healthcare is GONNA think you're this book is all about the Central Pharmacy Solution. Sleep is so important and feeling in the nutrient got once we target those four areas we clear out in those four areas could even clear it out altogether in some instances they don't you know and that's where we gotta dig a little bit deeper because what if we clear all that out it happens to be that we have a high higher than level mercury are heavy metal content and that's the hair loss and low thyroid at the same time right and so by clearing those foundations is so much easier to distinguish what's the root causes if it wasn't those foundational pieces so for me. I include the foundation and I got my haji motives and Shiver mission and I'm pretty much eating and operating at that place because I feel my best there but we we also realized that there was a couple of things going on and they were much easier to find when I was able to do that first initial they worked so that is going to be the deal now with talk a little bit about hair loss because I think that that is so critical again usually thyroid or usually it's it's one of the two just had yeah. I have recommended oil. Oh for helping to increase hair growth. I actually have a little oil blend that I keep in the shower. I'm knocking on ten. I don't have a lot of hair 'cause I do. I got like on here and it hasn't and gone anywhere. Even that wasn't a fiery center for me. The fiery symptoms for me was I chronic. Constipation got bio says weight gain. I lost the our the third of my eyebrows. That kind of was like Casper. WHO's a good look here. It was a good luck right if you could always temple and brand over my I and others you know depends on the person. Some people won't have any of those symptoms hopping out here lost. They'll have craft dry skin. You know whatever that may look like so you have planned that I loved that has helped women that again it will work but we often address what else it may be the real cause of it in for my little blend and you can you can oil anywhere just make sure that they're pure their grade that you've done your research that you're not using some nasty crappy oil because a lot of the NAFTA market oil that have been shown to help stimulate hair growth are going to be peppermint Geranium Rosemary and in lavender and the two big players here are peppermint and Rosemary. Those are the big ones but I find that drain EUM and lavender they it all smells so good together yeah and what you do in the shower I haven't I already have my premade. Glad I do like fifty draft. Each in its own little blend in the shower. I do chew drop in a conditioner and make sure that you're using toxic free conditioner totally whatever brand you prefer 'cause you don't WanNa put more toxins inside of our hair all fuel and and then when your hair is wet your oh shield are more open and so you just really miss. Is these oil into your scout now my do. It's a three to six months process to really stimulate hair growth and that's the case for anything that I know but this is not really natural anti inflammatory supportively to do that with US oil again and have you know they're not going anywhere so you've gotta be able to take those out and there's a lot of different ways to do that as well and I usually work with the practitioner to help get granola heavy metal you can hold but when the practitioner you can really guarantee. You're getting rid of him. You know the thing I think I love the most about what you were saying saying. is we want so badly to have a one stop shop fix. I mean we do this gang and everything's better in were normal and we feel good again and it's it's not discouraging to hear. I don't WanNa even be discouraged by this but it's encouraging to know if you start the journey just stay on it because it will be effective. Eventually it just takes a little bit at a time for your body to reset and to start over and to get back to where it's supposed to be and so I love that you're just saying hey take a couple of steps but no there's a lot of other stuff breath. That's GonNa be at play that you're GONNA have to figure out along the way but once you have it figured out. That's how you feel great turning forty because you have figuring yourself out you're figuring out what's working being and what's not that. I think it's just that first step so for people who are in their cars right now riding along or on the treadmill or building laundry whatever they're doing. What women do you yes. Yes multitasking Rockstar. That is what we do best. That's the truth of it but if they're thinking okay I've seen a couple of these symptoms that she's talking about but I didn't realize it was a problem. I thought that was just life. I thought that's just it is what it is right now. How can they start art their journey. How can they start learning more. How can they see signs that are like hey. This is a bigger problem than I thought it was. Just some like warning bells or some red flags that that they need to kind of pay attention to and actually look into instead of just thinking. This is what it is well. Here's the thing and your doctor probably not. GonNa run tests that you want and I'm so sorry about that. It's nice to know your numbers. Oprah always says no your numbers and running the pastor just valotti where you're at see that you know what's going on. It's always nice. Can you start start doing the good work without that validation. Oh Yeah but sometimes we want that allegation and my book and Chapter Two. I believe I give you all of the tests that I think you should demand and you have a sense of what's going on in your body. My favorite test for hormones is the Dutch test and you can just literally go to Dash. Dot Com and you can order it.

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

07:52 min | 1 year ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"And are using my gifts greatness to get unstuck and am i making clear request as it helped me get on star doc so when i start to develop leadership of self the first thing i do with a client is is get them just to become self aware recognize when you're stuck but your business has been flagged for the last twelve months in sales i think you start right and then all of a sudden it's like wow and then i'll say them. You don't have the support structure around you to help you get unstuck and then then i say and you don't understand how to use generative language. See most people live in descriptive language. You know can you help. Can you come in and help my leadership team. Get better because we needed sales better sure but it's it's. It's just describing something versus. I'm i need your support to help me develop conversations that he's gonna hold my my leadership team accountable so we're all in action to be able to move the business forward figure what's missing to be able to shift it. Put it in action right so when people start to understand that i'm a leader of self. What am i stuck when my action. How do i use language to generate action because really people are linguistic beings without language. We don't create reading right right right like you. You made a request to me to do this podcast so you made a request. I made a promise. We create an agreement. We put that agreement in time. We put it in their calendars and here we are a month later in this podcast in a conversation that is what we call generative language and when people really start to have have a relationship to action through self-awareness through genitive language through time then they begin to be powerful people empowers got nothing position title thornier money power is the ability to be able to manifest or create your reality with velocity <hes> <music> so say that one more time power is ability to manifest or create a reality with velocity so i'll just make it real right. How how long ago did you have an idea that you want to grow podcast on clean energy over a year all right so went from an idea to then you you created a plan then that plan turned into action and here you are today. How many how many people had your podcast now you will be it number ten so in a year you took it from an idea to a plan to action to results right so that's power now so you're starting to see that in this month alone in the month of august. How many people you will you interview probably four once a week one week yeah so okay your ability to manifest reality philosophies increasing. Isn't it yeah so that's power because you have a relationship to action and so when we bring that to the bigger picture of climate change clean energy in transformation with our planet whatever the issue is when we can be be able to understand our relationship power you can take an idea you create a plan you design it you then create action and then results happen and so when people really start to understand power things start to change right improve with increased velocity see like said no question right. Make sense is it. Is it the responsibility of companies to implement policies that help reduce waste and make their operations cleaner and greener <hes>. You know that's another great question. I think my first response to be as it's everybody's responsibility. It's my responsibility to be more focused on my my responsibility around recycling my responsibility round reused my response about saving the planet my responsibilities speaking but also because of a business owner and it worked with business owners yes business owners and leaders have responsibility as well to be able to support colleague climate change called clean energy. It's fascinating. I <hes> i i do some work with the with a gentleman by the name of dr auto shurmur and he's got a he's got a program called theory you and he says the three three biggest impediment to our society. Nobody wants to talk about one. The largest killer of people in the world today is suicide. He's tied to depression and mental illness but we don't talk about it to the level. We need to right so you have the number. One killer in the world is is suicide. You have the the beat. The we as a species are consuming the plant at one point five times it will we can reproduce so capitalism in its form is is killing us because capitalism is measured by per the by consumption right and then we bring it into the healthy world of government called g._d._p. Which is gross domestic products so that's all based on consumption <unk> consuming. Were healthy right and yet we're killing the planet. Prey so to me. There's the responsibilities by everybody to be able to say okay. What's my part and and i see it everywhere. I see in business. I see in an organization's nonprofit. I see in schools that we all have a responsibility to be able to say can make a difference right. You briefly already talked about this a little bit but tying this into is the responsibility of companies to do things to make things better cleaner greener not only with energy both products products is it in the best interest of companies to be involved in supporting the clean it clean energy conversation might what i say to my clients is if you're not in that conversation people will start to bypass <unk> organization right because if you don't have a clear purpose to support people planet profit cons- customers to say look going elsewhere right sets because you're not being responsible to take care the planet you know. I think a good example last year was really really liked. This one was close to home <hes> george cope who's been the c._e._o. Of bell canada grew up my high school. One of my best friends brother great great guy let her basketball team back in the day to a provincial championship just degree leader in last year just the program <unk> mental illness that bell did you change. The conversation in people throw canada that mental illness is not a problem but it's it's everybody's responsibility to help support it and how do we support people who have mental endless challenges whether exile eighty two depression had we support each other bell. L. took a responsibility as a corporation to educate the country on that issue and that was fantastic right when comparing a c._e._o. That is environmentally. Conscious has to one that is not. Is there a black and white difference between the way that they're two companies are run or is it a gray scale or can you even tell the difference all you can clearly tell the difference you you can see when an organization is run by a command control leader versus. What i call a collaborative leader or a servant lear you just tell the difference command and control leader <hes>. We'll get a call in from one of their buddies. Hey should talk to my business coaches. Get can help your business and then he comes in and says you know say so. What was it you you heard about from. What charlie said you should look at hiring a business coach jose. You know you need to help my leadership team. Get to the next level leadership team this dysfunction this function so he's telling me the problems over there versus. Hey i think i'm the problem and i think i'm impacting leadership team in what's happening so you see a command and control leaders. Is they love to tell the problem is always over there and they're the one that needs to implement it versus being able to say. I don't know i know with my team..

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

11:20 min | 1 year ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"Every senior leader n._c._o. Should have a coach today just for the simple fact of awareness totally a place to communicate a place to be able to talk about the the things that are challenging them the things that are frustrating them looking at their blind spots and being able to have a support structure. That's not making them feel small wrong judged but to be able to support them being able to look at all these various facets of their life and be able to bring it into focus to say <hes>. That's trying to teach me something something right versus. It's here to frustrate me totally. So you talk a lot about oncology. You briefly mentioned that that's kind of one of your goals in helping onto logical leaders become more powerful effective. What is on tall gee. Why is it important to me or anyone. That's listening today will in technology gee is is the study of our way of being and you know as it relates to leadership as it relates to leadership. Who am i it being as i said earlier. Give you a quick example and that is a sitting in a meeting with my team and my partner came off me he says have you ever thought about why nobody challenges the media and i said no no. I haven't really thought about it and he said i think you should i said well. I'm pretty sure people don't challenging the meaning because it created the company that created the created the leadership emmanuel us. I wrote the book a wrote. A book on leadership so people are very respectful of my expertise in my years being in the business and he laughed at me and he said no no i. I think you have a blind spot. They're left the meeting somewhat frustrated and then i thought about it i said who am i being such that nobody challenges me in a meeting so when you look look at this concept of ontological <unk> studying my way of being so when you look at it simple context be do have so many people say you know i want to have to have a better executive leadership team or i want a better results in my business or one have better fitness or one of a better relationship with my wife life so it's have and then we step back and say okay. What are we going to do to have a better relationship wife. Or how do i have a better team well. We need to go do these skills. So we go get these skills and then we have better results but yet something still missing and macy's example is you're frustrated that your team has time management human issues so we go have do be but if you send people to a course on time management who don't really want to be there because i don't have time to be here. That's the being being is your mindset. Doing is your skill set in have his yokum results so if we send people on a on a time management of course who say they don't have time doesn't matter how much we do with them and teaching them skills of time management. You think they're going to have any better results. No no so in the world of untidy we really are working with leaders around their mindset to support the doing which is the skill skill sets to have the results they want and when we mean by that is you know. Are you being intentional. When you walk into right in when you're an intentional well then it's where my listening from and my listening from a place of empower and support the team or my listening coming from a place of there's something wrong that needs to be fixed right so when you hear that there's something wrong instantly go to we'll do this this and this great how how much engagement is there with the rest of the people in the room probably not a lot not right so untouchability is getting into the core of transformation which is who am. I being sets that what i have in my life. I'm frustrated with a level results guy right so you step back and look at what's what's my mindset in a key when i look at today's if i'm intentional though being a designer of my business or designer of your podcast. What does it mean mean to be a design. While designer is someone who's really paying attention to the details of this event while there's prep time before or this event would that be fair jordan absolutely and then there's the event right and then there's the post event with recall fallout so you know there's the post production what action to make a great yep so if we don't look at m._i._s. designer of my life most sturges winging it right because i devoted level of expertise cheese run that but do i really step back and say okay m. i. Intentional about designing this podcast or designing this board meeting or designing xining this great team event that i wanna do to take the team to the next level of having a high performance team function so to me in a nutshell without <unk> out really supporting people with who they're being meaning mindset before skillset be before do the results are going to keep having the same results and that's part of the reason why when i got started in this business was i kept spinning my wheel in. It was like okay work hard work hard at work harder but it wasn't making my business anymore. Scalable wasn't in growing with more profitable was making us be able to take care of her clients any better than it was like finally when i found my coach who taught me about ontological policies like being and that created a whole conversation that got us to where we are today right in my last interview already mentioned peerages atkins several times but in in our conversation he talked about the bottlenecks of energy are not technology but rather a lot of them are social issues tying into this conversation about ontological. Do you think that at a lot of these issues around energy in climate change can be unblocked by the study of oncology. Oh absolutely and what i would say to our clients. Is you know intelligence. Who am i being such that what we're doing and what we're having in our industry whether tola gas whether it's real estate whether it's finance whether it's tech in if you want to be able to have something different we have to step back and say who are we being. What's our mindset and when you look at it from a perspective of systems thinking you know you really begin to see that when win a system is breaking down whether it's an education system whether it's a healthcare system whether it's political system whether it's the capitalistic system or whether it's the oil and gas system when things are breaking down and not healthy then you gotta look at who are we being from the perspective of mindset such that look at then the next piece we look at is what structures keep that mindset in place right and then you look at the patterns <unk> events. Let me give you an example sample. We're gonna be able to transfer wa- different things that are going on over the next ten to fifteen years twenty years because systems are stuck in in a mindset of. I know you know right or i'm right. You're wrong or i'm doing this this long. Just follow me and so one one of my clients has a number of different companies and <hes> in the session we had in east like i'm frustrated the one when one of my companies the general manager quit i said okay cool thanks to down. We'll talk about that today. In the coaching session and then it came back and said so why is it such concern to you and he says well. This is the a fourth g._m. Quit in the last five years in this company. That's frustrating okay. Let's look at that so there's an event that just happened the g._m. <unk> then he said this is the forty five years now. There's a pattern underneath that event and then i said okay. Let's go to the structure. What's the structure that holds that pattern that keeps his reoccurring event showing up see this is systems thinking. This is on holiday right so we look at event pattern structures and mindset so i said okay talk to me about the leader that is leading this organization. He said well he's pretty much command and control leader as okay so what structures in place the holding or not holding <unk> are systems are pretty lax. We let him do what he wants. He's had a great year. Are you know salesman. Good profit was good. I said okay so the structures pretty loose around holding him academy yes so now that you've dug into into this. Is that support structure supporting the future of what you want to have because if you don't change that support structure you can have this event reoccurring again. He said yes so it's the same minna company as it is in the education system as it is in. You know whether it's the judicial system whether it's whether it's in healthcare whether it's in the environment whether tin oil and gas or capitalism is what are the mindsets that keep us in the results. We keep having right like you look at oil and gas. I've had the conversation. You should many executives. It's like al-salam who created this problem that the risk candidate thinks that the oil and gas industries evil while i don't know said we'd who are we being said what we do what we have. I said most if not all oil and gas companies their customer. They don't think it's the person vinyl <unk> or buying gas at the pipeline earth at the gas station. Their customer is selling their oil and gas to a marketing company. A pipeline company puts in the pipeline that then takes it sends it to a process right so you only gas industry does not have a relationship with the end-consumer right well. The end consumer now is like really conscious about the environment and conscious the planet conscious about where they spend their money in. It's like how come the gas-induced educating us so they educate themselves all of a sudden where the bad guy right it makes a lot of sense in our thought about you so to me what we need to be able to do in this particular industry is we've got to be able to better job of building relationships with the end consumers so the people really see that we're not out to rape and pillage the land and take profits do our thing not telling anybody right so so to me. It's that mindset before skill set and then have the results you want and so when we not getting the results we want we gotta go back and look at okay. What's the mindset here whether it's in a company or whether it's in an industry. It's the same thing how does teaching people how to be better leaders. How have you seen that change their awareness and care of protecting the planet and the environment. Is there a correlation absolutely. It's a great question jordan. I think that you know teaching just such a skill and you know to teach people to be leaders. I got to be a leader yourself right and you know when people really start to understand that it's about self i end you start to develop a relationship to what i call action. Can i create action and when you start to become self aware that i create action first and foremost foremost because i'm aware when i'm stuck when i'm not in action right and when i can see that i'm not in action i begin to realize i don't have a.

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

12:05 min | 1 year ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"He's to say that this guy is a mover and shaker is definitely an understatement. I'm to give you a little bit of a background. He started awesome journey in two thousand into with a lifelong passion for supporting leaders to see achieve greatness. Eric has personally supported many top tier clients many of whom have have been featured in profit.

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"They just can't pay attention. It's almost like we have inborn ADD and all these kids now. It'd be amazing like you said to see how okay let's implement AI in all these schools in this really hard like buckled down in help like some of these kids, that are having problems in, like, let's, like, really moves the quality of education. For Lee said, in a kids Owl's the things they should be getting on during the day. They say they wanted to the lay wanna do they, I mean, we already have enough things on our phone popping up notification saying, we've got to do this, or, you know, a nudge, honoring Nelson is doing that, if you wanna keep people on track in terms of their goals in life, he I can certainly do that. Can. Track your location. It can do all that for you. Right. What he saw to go with it, but a concerted we I mean if you make a computer coach, it can be a pretty tough coach. Right. Right. A kind of a random question average you the ties into your experiences physics I'm really curious to know if there was one principle of physics that you wanted. Absolutely everyone to know for sure. What would that be? Oh man. That's a really good question, man. There's, there's a lot. I would say, we're me, a couple of these Wola. Here's a math one that I think is really interesting, if you were to say whereabout and you root in the belt belches fifty perfectly right around the waist. You take the belt off and you make it longer you out of foot of extra bell to it. But the belt around your waist again, it doesn't fit in its pre much hovering around your ways, because it doesn't fit by, let's say Inge, something like that. Will. Now, if you take a belt around the universe. Now the belt off at one foot to it. But the belt back on it would hover around the whole universe. The same distance did around your waist. Is that makes sense? Yeah it. And so it's something that's quite interesting to me, because it's just it's kind of unintuitive that the radius increases the same no matter what size of belt. One is the radius change for one foot of Elvis, the same. And so I found it interesting how just one hundred around there can do the same thing around the whole universe just sort of something that I don't know. I find you're staying I in terms of physics idea. My favorite thing is the idea of micro-states in macro states basically entropy fascinated by it the how you know, basically, if you flip a coin ten times in let's say I said to you right now. The I just will be going ten times I just got. Heads in a row, you'd probably say, I don't know if I believe you're up resolute wider we've able, because no one heads in a row, but being hesitant row are the same as me for being anything else. So why is it that ten heads is not intuitive? I if I said Kay will actually got heads. Jails, had judge has has tales in got that sound that sounds like a logical like that sounds reasonable. Right. Really? Now say I had to repeat either one of those outcomes. Now I is just equally difficult. If I had a big of the coin and repeat either one of those I have to flip ten perfect flips either way to, to repeat either. So my odds doing sort of the same so why is one more believable than the other. And in the answer is, is kind of changing said, okay? I flipped five heads in five tales. How many ways are there? I could have done that in the authors. Hence us five different ways like five has five tales. Whereas if I flipped ten heads Reten tales, there's only one way I can do that difference between a microscope and a macro state is, you know, one of the things that I think, is it. It just is fantastic. Probability and things like that. Right. That's cool. Thanks for sharing that. My last question for you is with the knowledge that you have now would advice, would you give to someone just starting their own company? I would say. Go with your stick to your values. I think I think that there's a lot of noise. And if you believe in just do it and stay in your own lane. But the blinders on just get it done right. Could lead in something enough. The rest is just noise. And it I'm not saying, you know, don't, don't learn don't grow don't pay attention to things. But don't try to put things in a can or start off in idea in have change in a week because, you know, you had somebody told you this isn't gonna work, right? You know, I think that. I think you ought to be fearless. And you basically you can't be doing it because you just want to be an entrepreneur, you're not like in to be honest. That's very much the case things for with Peter as well. The idea we didn't we didn't want to be entrepreneurs, you know, we didn't want to we wanted to build an AI. I wanted to, to Bill the system was the driving force. So, I'd say you know, it's, it's about following an idea is not about making a company. I think in my opinion, I would say, you know, if somebody says, I just want to just be a company, I wanna be my own boss would be an entrepreneur, but, but if you don't even know where to start is probably, not the best reason to make one. Right. That makes sense. I need the passion. The, the why would you agree to that? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. And in the thing is you got to be your own critic, right. It right. Like you have to set the own standard in you have to you have to be the gift judgement. Over thing you have to know job. Right. It can't ever be from. Anybody else like I always think that, you know, with the same truth is true with every person in the world greatness comes from within doesn't come from without and basically, it is the truth. It's it's never about what you what you can attain. It's about what you can find and build yourself. You have to have you have to bring believe in value. You gotta bring that shit. Right. Is not about just getting all the pieces in a row in late. In adding a company in the whole thing takes care of himself. It's a is not easy, and I'd say, you know. If people are going to start a company that just takes time to. To really get sort of that go through the school of hard knocks is knocking Iraq, right? Can you know every once in a while it might be there's a lot of brighter. People reme- a navy. It'll be the case. But the dock matter is that you've got it just really believe in yourself. And in, you have to end the day be the judge values the company's bringing. And if you do honest, work, you believe in something enough and is not about just getting people's money or you know, knocking out a competitor or something like that, if it becomes something bigger than that than than you will these offers excess. Man. It was profound. You're one of the most well-spoken guys, I think of ever talked to everything was just so smooth and you made so much sense. A no everyone listening will eat everything up. These I wanna thank you again, thanks for your time Roberts for those listening checkout. White whale analytics? They're doing amazing things. And I look forward to seeing what you guys do in the future. So thanks, Robert. We'll talk again..

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"Can imagine that not only in the gas industry, but I'm sure with a lot of your clients that the data analytics is helping their operations just be smarter with their resources. So in of itself, would you say their consumption is going down? Is that with fair statement, or no will? I think it's, it's, it's probably dependent on a lot. I think, in terms of general consumption activity consumption are the nation just in terms of Ryan, energy consumption of our company. Right. You know, there there's a lot of things though, prevent can prevent a cost overrun when, you know, it helped with Regifters could help things get done faster more efficiently less, less mistakes, bridging airs things like that. So it's really there for. I believe, to basically reduce uncertainty is the whole purpose behind machine learning. It's any there's this, you know, the term entry entry p really means uncertainty, there's this direct relationship, both in the practical world. Theoretical world that entropy inefficiency go hand in hand together, meaning that things that are more certain or more efficient in things that are less certain or inefficient. And what we're really trying to do is by giving example in physics, for example of you cool helium down super super super cold the properties of helium certain enact, this really cold temperature even create a superconductor super-efficient. So that's like Roseanne per when they say, low entropy to efficiency, an example in the real world would be. Let's say you said, let's have a podcast being, but I'm not gonna tell you what time it is then minds. It'd be very inefficient, right? Spend energy trying to on the podcast. You know not not getting there whereas if I know we can make that happen, right? Most part fair enough. Yeah. That makes sense. So what are the is there any downsides to machine learning? Like I know I feel like the term artificial intelligence create some sort of hesitation, but I feel like machine learning has a very positive view, Zor, been any drawbacks that people have had towards machine learning or what you guys do have been a pretty positive response. My personal opinion is that there's limitations, but they're certainly not drawbacks. It sort of be like saying in my being a calculator drawback will we could say, well, you have people don't do as well at, you know mental math. The calculator itself is a tool. It it doesn't really have drawback is going to hurt anything. Right. But certainly if misused there are drawbacks, and I think the biggest thing with machine learning is one the market is very saturated. And people are looking at it as a opportunity to make money is a buzzword. It's new thing as a result of you're doing it for the wrong reasons, and you're in, you're just sort of riding the, the buzzword, then yeah. Some, some bad things can have even have a lot of careless things that have been built, a lot of just projects that flaw and the more and more that happens. The more reluctant is for organizations to adopt Wally machinery in infects the whole thing. So I think there's a lot of over promise. Behind it. And I also think that the other thing about it is, is that there's is a big disconnect between, you know, what machines like bitcoin, if people know sort of bitcoin is watching. Running. I know now, but, but it's just like it's amazing how much energy in hype can be surrounding something where, you know, one nine nine hundred people really don't know how it works. Right. I think that the about machine learning is it has the same issue. Where is this thing that is powerful, it can be used correctly? But if so few people really understand what it is. How can be brittle? How can be powerful? How can be bias how it can be inciteful, if, if we don't have people with that kind of knowledge base than at the end of the day. It's, it's all about trusting a black box, which is. No that just sounds and safe. To basically run a bunch of algorithms, that no one really knew what the hell they were coming up with their decisions if to be accurate. And I guess the way that I look at kind of puts us in, in the state feel like would be feels like incompetency in the sense that we have machine mega decision for us all the time. In, we're unable to, to me decision, but not only that unable to understand the machine is than, you know, we're kind of. Rat. It's a. At its mercy. Yeah. Pretty much right? And instill weddings. What all the time is like this disconnect between technology to say, general population. In some cases, you think about an iphone what would happen if all of a sudden, for whatever reason people had to figure out how the rifling worked? Very very. Right. Right. Right. And so if we ever had a figure out how, how albums, where we have one hundred nine five hours running in chains doing this with let's, let's figure out how they have to always have someone that knows right? Bird, if anything we can't fix it. So speaking of your algorithms, how complicated to develop an algorithm, to perform some machine learning on different problems that you're working on be honest with you, leveraged, like things that are in literature, open source, a machine learning is really not complicated in my band. It's, it's about the actual protein solving in, solving the problem that like that never changes to design your own algorithm, to build up from the ground up in is it easy. No do we have a perfect yet. Absolutely, not anybody. I, I don't think so. Not not yet, we're still learning about. Ourselves is people? We're still learning about our own brains. We understand things. And if we don't even understand it, we understand things, you know, it's gonna be very difficult to code something machine that superior to that, right? So do you think that machine learning would be where it is today? If there wasn't open source stuff the for people to use. No, it definitely is giving it his exceleron because I mean it gives everybody the means to at least get in the space and in some people are going to do really, well, good. You know, do it properly N. So these open models are fantastic. We've leveraged a lot of them. And, you know, the culture behind sharing that kind of knowledge, sharing those algorithms is very, very positive thing in, you know that sort of this is one of the tough things about the space is sort of one of the things about academia, that I do miss is the idea of collaboration in it's not about Navid trade secret or having davits grit sauce in. Eighty something that could lot of organization could benefit from, but it's your secret sauce rates. So. Open source, algorithms, our way of saying, hey, this is for everybody in the in their certainly out, wholeness, log at ones, what would what would it take to overcome that reservation of people's unwillingness to collaborate in the industry? Well, I think that for one, I, I don't see machine learning one of the big things is that is the fear that a lot of jobs are gonna be replaced, right organization that is more. Susceptible to that in. There could be more jobs loss. Obviously, there's going to be a bigger push back. But in our case I can say sincere there's never been an instance where we have created machine. Learn protocol that will replace anybody because the reason we made these things is to empower people to master their domain is just an accountant at calculator, you know, in the fifties or sixties. It was meant to empower them in. It's about saying, hey, you have all this potential. You have all these abilities. How about we make it so that you have to spend the least amount of time and energy to, to achieve the things that might be you might feel mundane repetitive? So if you have all the brands in the world to do a forecast sub save your oil production in your good at it, and you have no problem doing it, but it takes you three days to do. We're saying, well if you. If you already know how all this works, wouldn't it be great to do that in one minute in just apply? The forecast maybe runway more forecast. And so it's about sort of getting around the things that are basically opening more creative and abstracts in right? That's, that's a really cool insight because I feel like the same thing happened. You know, with the, the advent of the wheel with as we develop more tools when people became more free to have time to think be creative. That's when we saw technological. Innovation just explode rights ought to be interesting to see as people start using machine learning more and more. You know what it, what are the things that are going to just blow up from from this revolution technology lets us skill or imagination in the inability because if, if you're the greatest analysts relegations on the world you still only have twenty four hours in a day. Right. If you can take your knowledge and thinking imprint that computer so that can be leverage with or without you now, all of a sudden scalable, it can have a big impact. Right. So go to a reservoir engineer. If you go to a doctor, you investment banker will, you're really looking to do is that is, they're still going to be very good. What they do. And is that is that experience is that knowledge in that ability that then way will taps into to understand the problem, Greg that lets us build the model exactly that they want the one, they know is going to actually work in practice? Not something off the shelf. What is that thing? That is actually going to solve the problems in the headaches. They have during the day, read the source, right. These are the people that, that know what those things are. And when you say out, you know, I just, I really need to understand, how it and gas is to do a lot, a lot of fashion last year. You know, it's like I need understand. You know, what are all the dynamics my reservoir that lead to improper recovery of material, and then the Sheila in can basically once they know that's the issue in. It's about understanding these little subtle patterns underneath the subsurface reservoir. They know that, that's the issue in the machine learning able to say, okay, I'm going to hold on that issue and I'm going to have a mall that's gonna take care of that issue for you every day. You're not think about that in how it's gonna affect everything else. It will always be taking care of from now on we move onto the next thing. That's yeah. That makes so much sense on like when you explain it like that it's not everyone's jumping onto this. Moving continuing on with the idea of natural guard oil and gas in general. What do you think the, the pie should look like when it comes to energy think that machine learning can help us better understand how to divvy.

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08:57 min | 2 years ago

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"Now, the nuclear plant, they look great years. Plying cheap power always do wrote. Makes sense. I wanna come back tonight. Did you briefly mentioned Tom in this might be maybe the quote that you're grabbing from? But in the documentary, the new fire there is a climate, scientists from Columbia, University named James Hansen was quoted saying. China and India using tremendous amounts of power, almost all coal for their electric plants, and there's no way that they can power their steel mills all the other factories that they're building products for us on solar panels, and they know that for the west not to help them is immoral because we burned their share of the carbon budget. What are your initial thoughts and feelings on that comment in do agree with him that it's immoral for us, not help some of these -veloping countries? Yeah, I do agree with him. And you know, I can see both sides of the coin and I can understand why you would disagree with him. But, you know, the fact is we're not going to stop global warming as one country. We're going to stop global warming as all the countries. Right. And if we're going to be serious about, you know, climate initiative going Euro-Parliament, you know, neighbors are gonna have to help neighbors. We can't have this country divide that we currently have when it comes to, to power production, right. With that being said, I think a big critique of it would be like the Boeing engines that are going down. If you talk to a, a first world pilot, they can explain to you the exact steps to take to avoid that malfunction that caused the bones to go down. If you go to a third world or developing country, they don't have the same adjudication. They, they don't have the same assets that we do in which we saw the planes, going down, which all came to those being pulled up right now. You know, you could say it's on Boeing for having a flaw in their design, but there's gonna be a point where accidents happen, and we need to have people who are qualified to deal with those accidents into mitigate that whenever possible. And if it can be done correctly. It's. A great idea, but it would be very challenging to ensure it is done correctly worldwide. Love chime in there and say as North America. Are we even exporting technology to them is China has China's building? Reactors has its own designs now. India's building reactors? I I'm not sure who they bought them from. Russia is a major export of nuclear technology. So it's almost as Russia is doing more for climate change than we are to help. That's interesting. Rissole so past technology, right there. There comes a point that becomes monetary and it depends on the dollar. Donations. Not so much the. I think big thing is that other countries are willing to finance their public corporations to export technology North America. We really don't have that all private industry, and they put their own money on the line. When you look at Russia or China, you have state run corporations that will finance the builds of new infrastructure and other countries. As long as they get to the, the return in the ownership of it, right? Do you think that one of the main reasons that maybe North America isn't as in gauged, as some of these other countries 'cause they haven't felt the weight or the need yet, like China like they clearly see that they don't do anything soon, like things get really bad? Just how much pollution, colder producing fill that we haven't really figured that out out yet. I feel we've passed the point in our growth rate, where our growth rate is that substantial anymore as to when you look at China, they're exploded. Right. So pollution is a huge issue for them, but also ply energy to their population. So when they look at sources they can say can build a mega coal plant mega gas plant or Meghan nuclear plant, and they're building all of them, right? They've diversified all their technology. That was a good point. Tom brought up is that you can't feel or see climate change is source similar radiation. You can't feel or see radiation, right? But we know the effects of it, we know that climate change has a potential destroyed the planet and we know the potential of radiation. It could possibly kill you if used wrong. But if you correctly it can supply endless amounts, clean energy to add onto our discussion about how can we support other countries in sharing information better? My thoughts are drawn to eater. You know, the international thermonuclear experimental reactor for fusion. That's going on in France. That's originally each country around the world was tasked, with engineering one piece. So Canada was in charge of doing acts in the United States charge. Excellent. They realized that if we did figure out fusion that now only one country holds all of the knowledge for one piece of the puzzle. So then they started doing was okay we'll, we'll put one member from every country on the task force for this piece. Now, there's in designing just like the heat shield. There is now a member from every country now because of language barriers because of no miscommunication in different levels of knowledge. The project is going way slower. It's costing more money. Do you, do you think that is? It's worth it in the long run because of all, you know, especially when it comes to nuclear, there's a lot more communication needs to be involved. You know, is your ways that we can overcome some of these some of these various once? That we're doing this global project. But when we look back at fidget lands, they were developed sort of together, but mostly by individual nations, where the British developed, there's Canadian smelt. There's the Americans. There is now we all work together on certain aspects. But a lot of it was kept secretive. Now to go for with communication issues. I think that's a really big factor. If Neidl to communicate your ideas properly, how you expect where project to ever be fully complete fair. No. Well, Tom driven, you guys are amazing. Usually, every time I talked to guys, I learned some new, but my closing question for both of you that I think a lot of our listeners would love to know is out gonna make it Hugli make this real for people. How can the everyday individual help support the future nuclear power in your opinion? Stop making jokes. I know. I know it sounds silly thought making those turnover jokes because people who are uneducated take it as fact. And you know, it's so easy to, like even all three less. I'm sure I make jokes about plants Melvin down. Whatever. And when we say two to three of us, we all allow about it because we know what it really means. But when we are standing in the community when other people are saying that we're being influenced, who really don't know in there, like nucleus bath, where I think if we, you know, I don't wanna be I can't tell you that, but you know what I mean. No, that's, that's a really good point. And everyone thought about it that way. But yes, I give out that I do you know can think of a few times, where I'm like, I actually should probably not have said that because maybe gave some of the wrong perspective of coin what about you driven? How can we make this real people? Es. Ask yourself the question whether or not in couple decades. Do you want to be on a planet? That's drastically different. And how are you going to achieve that? And your answer would be nuclear nuclear mix of other things right. But another attack on from a different perspective, here when the people see these nuclear projects, it's twelve billion thirteen billion, but they, they seem these very high prices mean very, high, trinity costs, nothing. It's not the case, the nuclear plants round on -tario sell their power ranging from six hundred kilowatt to seventy eight cents a kilowatt hour religious -nificant Lee below the residential out on the average below natural gas solar wind. So. Thanks. I look forward to seeing you guys as careers. I looked up to both of you at time. Seriously, you guys are giants in the industry. My is if for those listening, you hear any clicking that I wasn't able to edit out of the podcast want to say, thanks to Julia Francy graffiti, who so kind in taking some pictures of us to upload to our website, so check her out on Instagram. Thanks again. For those they're listening and we hope that you to invest time..

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13:04 min | 2 years ago

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"It's like a battery that, like someone like Costco could buy a small much the reactor powering their whole operations. Do you think that we would ever get to a point like that or it's funny? This is come full circle view about the beginning of nuclear. There was all these possible applications for nuclear cars, nuclear trains planes, facials, and throughout the decades. All those ideas have run into issues about can we actually use nuclear technology safety from this application. So what's, what, what's your answer? No, or yes, I would say if it's moving probably don't wanna have a reactor Verna. Sort of think about it. Now imagine if we were invent the internal combustion engine now. And we were just filling a car with a hundred liters gasoline knowing what we know about gasoline when you think that's insane that we're putting a hundred liters of high explosive, you will underneath you when you're driving one hundred ten dollars. Around all the cement and other steel. Yes, sir. What do you ever get to that point? We'll have like nuclear batteries powering. He'll Costco's superstores. Yeah. I agree with what dreams said the anything moving we should release stay away from them. Having said that. Our technology comes from nuclear subs. Right. And nuclear subs is a you know, it's awesome. How much engineering has gone into making it shielding in production and really everything. But, you know with that being said, I think that there's a little bit of glass ceiling where you know, we can see where we want to go. But it's proving that what we're doing is detrimental, and I think that's something very hard to prove so might not be in our lifetime that we start to see that, but I could see it down the line. Also wonder about officiency on these smaller units. Having them for smaller applications. The is when you build a big unit, you get the call economies of scale, but when we size it right down, we still need the shielding. We still need all the safety in. You can sign some things down, but not everything. Right. So we were today, the car something you imagine the shielding that you have to suffer. How heavy would be? Yeah. He had like, yeah, you'd have to have led of some kind shielding your source in a car wears, the quality go right air mass, producing it like it might be better to have a centralized source, and then another way to get the energy to the car or right to disarm. So kinda like producing have having a large plant knows bit running nuclear power. And then, you know, having a storage option, you'll powering cars do electrically or something like that. What you're saying. Yeah. Something along those fairness. So as millennials in the nuclear industry. Do you feel that there is enough support were you guys going into the industry? And if not, what do you think should change or where we're gonna be better? I feel that. At school is where I got. All my explosion. Like I've done my own research. Once I got interested in it. But it was the schooling that really kind of draw me in early had drinking the Kool aid of all without being said, you'll I t really pushes the powerplant enough people. They don't really care much for the other applications of the nuclear instruments. The detection in health physics in one thing, I would like to see improved is maybe a little bit more spread out of a job. Avenues of hostess. You know, prepping us to go work in power plan because there's so much more to nuclear than just production. Right. Right. You kind of you kind of taken that path a little bit. Like you kind of you kind of working for companies doing radiation detection, in you last semester. You took radiation was taking less Shuman shielding shielding design. Yeah. So you kind of almost You of kind you. of have an affinity towards that now or. Yeah. Definitely, I think health physics are detection. The areas that I enjoy more most to the production or the, the other spots of a with that being said, I also know that I'm Melendez. It's hard to find a job. Right. It's true. I'll say it. A quality guy for a little bit. I guess I'm a quality. I would really love to be a health physicist, someday and coke who who knows if that what will happen there. Yeah. Sometimes it feels like you've got to kiss the ring a little bit. Don't you all of us? Right. Like, feel which kind of sucks. What, what about yourself? Dreaming. No. I do feel that the university does push us towards two particular jobs in general nuclear operator, or utility, engineer. So both working at the nuclear plant, but they leave out the whole side, the nuclear industry, whether that be food, sterilization, medical uses instrumentation, as Tom mentioned, even the research and development side were very heavily focused on watery actors, that's it. But again, that is the large industry that we are feeding into so it's a give and take. So I'm gonna come back to a little bit about nuclear waste is I've read a couple articles that, you know, you said driven the China is huge leader in the nuclear industry that they're building reactors, while lot of lot of companies are starting to look at building reactors where they can take ways and re burn it or reuses, or not putting waste into the ground taking thousands of years to decay. Do you think that should be more of a common thing that we're doing to reuse, our waste her thoughts on that? Yeah, I really like what China's trying to do right now where they run the fuel through WR as slightly enriched uranium, and they run it through a can-do once it's come out of the WR. So essentially gets to uses for the same fuel while. And then by the time it comes out. Though amount away. She would generated is significantly less. Now do we have a close cycle note as we still end up with that waste at the end? It's a question about what do we do with that now we can look at other types of reactors fast reactors, where we burn the waste, or you Tatum something else, or we can go the way of burying it. That's it option. Or we can just keep it where it is. And flasks on the surface of the plants and to come up with a better idea. I think something that you showed me one time that I remember we first met that was really cool, as you showed me, the Douglas point location that you can see from Google maps, all of the ways that, that little reactor has accumulated this light. You can see right there yet. So actually, if you go to maps, almost any nuclear plant North America, you can general see where the ways the stored and that's all the waste of plant ever, had, or will have none of the waste gets transferred off site. All stays with the power plant till end the life and it it's not much when you think about it when you compare it to the millions of tons of coal that gets earned you might see a hundred flasks or two hundred plastics, not. Yes, sir. How Cole can't really answer that question. I bet you couldn't even answer whereas their waste. It's just everywhere. Right. So other than other than governments and say public opinion, do you think that there any other major hold in building some of these more advanced reactors, such as the ones that China's building using fuel or some of these generation four reactors the next reactors that are way more efficient were some other hold ups that I think people are scared change? Especially when you look at the gen four reactors, they're not all watery actors, they use. We have molten salt. We have gas cooled. We have all these other kinds reactors that they're proposing. But when you look at the fleets around the planet, they all focus around lightwater, and heavy-water, our knowledge of DASS, cooled molten salt could reactors very limited, and I feel people may be nervous of trying new technology that may not that may be the norm to them, right. Yeah. I agree with what you're saying driven. And it also seems like you know, it's kind of not broke why fix it mentality because, you know, even you can see the progression of nuclear plants. And when we got to where we're at now, it's kinda like what's next and they're showing us, you know, some of the, the advanced reactors gen four in, you know, there, there's differences, but she it begs the question. Is it is it worth the time in hurt to make these changes now anything law? Those reactor designs have been tested before back in the fifties and sixties. But they didn't win out for whatever reason why refunding was cut or someone decided to go the different reactor kind. Now we're those decisions always based on technical knowledge. No, it may have been preference, for example, in Canada. We've cycled heavy-water because we were gonna use natural uranium the rest of the world like water enriched enriched uranium. It's you pick. And choose what you'd like to do. Right. A court, I think, Bill Gates with Tara power is, is a great thing because I think in like you said past government public perception. What, what else is limiting it, and it's, it's money. You know, it's pushing it someone who wants to take on the liability who wants to forego money for the wrong to really make change. And you know, it's the people who are going to go off on the. One percent success rate on the hopes of making a paradigm shift that are really going to change the game. Right. Right. Man. I'm so glad you brought that up because. Yeah. Like it's almost like nuclear in some ways, it's like a rich boys club. Like you look at the kind of compared some ways to face industry that Elon Musk could would never been able to start at SpaceX unless he was already William there. Right. Like or Jeff Bezos, right? Like no one can just start walking company. Yeah. The barrier to entry nuclear huge. Yeah. Or you know, in, in the movie, the new fire was it? It's was at transit Tomic that went under because of funding, I think wanted to because their calculations were proven not to correct. Some points. Original idea was in the screen. Is it sounded right? So so to follow up question for you. Tom, then is if one of the major barriers in your opinion is money. Is there some sort of level of education that we can be approaching some of the wealthier net wealth individuals in the world? Or can we is there way that we can? Tackle this problem of money or. It's easy. You know, say you know what would I do about a million dollars? Right. But Donald Trump, I guess, you, honestly, you look at the past, and this is a pessimist that Gluck but you know how long did Canda work on the maple. Reactor till. They figured out a positive coefficient, right? Like Levin, or nine years or something, there's was a little more there to why that project didn't turn on. Is there was some unfavorable contracts between the government Nordiana, and.

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12:14 min | 2 years ago

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"Accidents happen, and, you know, no, no engineer working at a power plant thought the pint was gonna go down that didn't go down. And just the thought of the, the releases in the liability is really scaring me venture into the entrepreneurship sub things ROY. Make sense Inari thought about like that. Let supervised him. I would say they definitely a better chance now than other point history. We have governments regulators now willing to work with smaller companies. Take him seriously. Our national labs both in Canada. The United States are both wanting to take on these mall companies help them succeed that where I do see any firm prove -ment is government investing in this, if you don't have that government investing in these new concepts new ideas, I don't think ever take takeoff compete with the established companies that are selling pressurized water reactors whatnot, but we're seeing great strides happen. Even in Ontario of chocolate labs, they put out a some sort of competition where they've asked as our producers to come in submit plans. And they are looking to cite one onsite by twenty twenty six and we also look down at the states, Idaho national labs. They've signed agreement to work with new scale and hopefully demonstration unit setup. So. I wouldn't say it's impossible now to get on in clear, seeing small companies that weren't existent two decades ago. Now moving forward to actually hostile gang shovels in the ground somewhere. What is there anything that we could be doing to help move the ball forward, better with the government? Because like you said, you'll government Tom, the government is actively involved in this process, or anything that we could be doing or striving to do to help government to change a lot of these, I would say educating MP's, our government officials about it right now. The ones in areas that already have nuclear after well-versed in it. But that may be one or two ridings in a whole jurisdiction. So you have hundreds of other MP's or MP's, who know nothing about nuclear and are getting information. Right. Totally. I completely agree and the election two or three years ago would have been my first time voting due to my age, and, and how they lined up and I was doing research into which party, I'm gonna support. And when doing so I looked into which parties support nuclear on. It seems like all these parties are scared to publicly condone it on the green party said no way this was a couple years ago, and I don't wanna get too political. And EP said no. I think the liberal said in different than I think the conservatives were the only ones that didn't have a negative or no comment opinion a centrist. Right. Because you would think the green party would be all over this via king Tori, his this is like this is one of the real solutions, yet, this time has a little frustrating to see the green party turning down 'cause they're, they're the ones who were supposed to be making the change. Right. Totally not leads to a lot of environmental groups all over the planet, who. Saying no to nuclear we can look at Germany. They decide to close their fleets. Japan isn't restarting majority of their fleet. And in France there flea just being challenged brought down seventy five percent of the country's power fifty son of the power. One thing. Interesting too, is we out source are like a lot of production to developing countries, such as China and India. And then they use so much coal to power their plans, you know, we could be saying that by us wanting the production where taking their, you know, carbon budget. So it's kind of kind of a weird thing think of when you flip it that way, because now we're causing even more carbon being the environment even though it's not coming from Canada, which is kind of odd. Right. Totally I think I think building USA dream. I think just the idea of educating people in general. I think is really important. Just concept like I took I took an Uber last week to pick up my car in the shop. And it came up that I was a nuclear engineering student immediately their initial Batas like oh, that's bad. But when you when you when you really connect with people. On one and start telling them that there's no CO two that like you both said that the potential of exploding is literally almost impossible in other people like, wow, like might perceptions are wrong had been falsely educated, you know what I mean? So I think we'll both you're saying is is amazing to add onto that. I think it also needs to start at a younger age yet. Once you've hit teenage age adults age your opinions made. If you've been growing for eighteen years in hearing nuclear bad nuclear produces all this ways expensive your chance to change that Pinon is very unlikely. Right. One thing to kinda notable deserves a certain generation prior to us that house their decision made about nuclear, they've seen the atomic bomb. They've seen the damages of it. And I don't think that we can really appeal to them because they know the devastation it can cause the generation coming in so impressionable, you know, in society, you see how, how open they are with everything. And I think this is generation that we really can make strides into making this a more widely accepted power production method. Speaking of our generation, do you think that are the time we're in right now is almost similar to the dot com? Boom, but with nuclear, like, for example, in on Musk's book, he talks about how he was going to school to master's, but he realized that if he didn't get out now in get into starting a company that was focused in the internet that you would miss the boat do feel that we're kind of in a similar timeframe where, you know, nuclear starting to really start to appeal to the younger generation, boomer. Or now, I wouldn't say boom, I would say they're open to it, these, what's not like in North America. How many reactors are currently under construction? Right. You can count on one hand right ended on -tario. We have we're not building new reactors where refurbishing our current fleet. And we have six are scheduled shut down. So I think in the next two decades, there may be some initiative to really. Get reactors built. But right now, especially North America, it's not happening in another thing out on to driven said it's the internet. You can you can almost make it with coding with hard work with coffee in sleepless nights, but no matter how her you try and make a reactor you need. Advocating that comes together, we need, you know, the supervisors the project managers trades guys, engineers. You can't you can't have one without the other in the business people to, you know, sell the idea to the government, or the investors are whoever's next on the line. Right. Nothing like that Tom. There's, they also need the social license, you can't just go build nuclear technology, socialism. It just doesn't work the internet. You can put a website up about anything like it doesn't matter what anyone else thinks, and that's your website. It's there. If you don't have a socialite since you're not going to be able to build a nuclear plant, you're not gonna middle store the way. You're not going to be able to experiment. Yeah. Nuclear, you know, it's so interesting. What guys were saying is based on what you're saying. Like, you know that you, you talked about, you know, putting the ideas of entrepreneur and nuclear engineer together that the first word that comes to minds liability, just like the idea of all of this way that something could go wrong on you. And, you know, like both of you said that there is a lot of people that need to be involved in the process, nuclear engineering, almost requires a level of humility that every other that a lot of other ended energy industries. Don't have the oil and gas industry is kind of a little bit known for being quite cutthroat. Like I own this company, I in on gonna make this money but nuclear power requires so many people that, you know, if we don't all work together, you know, like it's just not gonna work, right? So Dr new briefly talked about that Canada's looking at installing some small much of the reactor's for both of you would as the future of nuclear, look, like in what wise make excited, I believe the future of nuclear like what dream saying where we're, we're refurbishing trying to reuse, our current fleet and one thing that, although as some are seemed like a great idea, you know, if you're gonna have ten small reactors, why not have one big one. And of course, you know, you can argue in somewhere way up north could really benefit from having a one megawatt SM are, but then that same argument can be made. You know, could be solar. Could we win could only something less? Intense of around the, the employment right with waste in operation. So it's hard to really say where where the future's gonna go, especially without having a good idea of who's going to be investing in the future enough, just for those listening, Tom, maybe just briefly explain what SM are is near Dover. Normally using an Esa is a small modular reactor. It is essentially a you think of a large-scale reactor could be hundreds of megawatts and power to the grid, and it would power a big portion of area. Whereas small modular reactor would be one megawatt. That would be more localized into the area that they are worried about. And I'm not sure if this is only new scale. So correct me here. But I believe another attribute of Esa Mars is the facet of safety is that is that regiment driven worked a lot on you looked at a lot of the proposals. Didn't you finesse yet? I didn't think brass Mars is that their modules of other Bilton factory semi line style. And they have a think the conversation topic for the size of Esmar will be upwards of three hundred megawatts all the way down to okay. Half megawatt that sorta range. Gosh, that's pretty big range. Yeah, it's huge. The is that the three hundred megawatt line you're now starting to compete with large reactors, if you consider Pickering their reactors are but five megawatts apiece, right. Yesalis will we might as well just built big then right? While the way I see it going that China's really leading the industry right now. So as the Middle East India in terms of construction Russia, to Zach port, a lot of them, they're not exporting small-size reactors. They're exporting reactors that are in the thousand plus megawatt range. So we have looked at that. I do. See a place for the Mars possibly military bases northern communities. At like Thunder Bay, for example, who they didn't have a good source of hydro, maybe Asamara V, suitable for their we'd have to weigh the price of connecting them to our current grid power line costs cetera. So in there's a new documentary that lock people watch you watch to the new fire, that's about nuclear engineering. And just even a lot of people in general have talked about small much reactors that they would love to be able to make it to the point Romo..

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"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

11:23 min | 2 years ago

"one" Discussed on ONE Energy

"Technology become a quivalent to conventional heating and cooling systems. So this technology's not really well known in Canada. I don't think there's not many providers. We have some expertise on this technology within pinch in which is good for our clients. But I think that's why we don't talk about it enough in Canada. Then to move into the more. For the more modern or you talk about alternative fuels. And then you're into wind and solar. Andy seem to be the modern version, the more buzzword technologies that right that have become much more well established. And I think that's going to continue because the costs to implement them have come down over time. The technology continues to improve if you monitor the changes in the blades for wind turbines, quite a work in progress to see that, that technology is still evolving. But here's the thing. And this is a big thing, at least in on -tario Ontario installed wind and solar probably now at represents up to twenty five percent of its installed electrical capacity. But when they did, so they did it without. Installing storage and because I'm not a wind or a not a windex 'but. But the thing I've learned in on -tario wind. It's, it's cyclic, and we have most of our wind occurring at night, when we don't need the electricity. And the way the regulations are set out when these alternative technologies are providing us electrically, we don't have the capabilities to turn them down. So without having installed storage capacity. What they're doing it on -tario, sir, causing some destruction with the stability of our electric grid, which unfortunately, plays a role in us having to turn on our natural gas fired electrical systems, emit carbon, which is Shane because we've got lots of electric capacity total. And then in regards to storage. Age. I think is an absolutely fascinating point there member doing a research study on an island off of Spain. Maybe you've seen this. You know what I'm talking about what they have done for those listening is they used the excess electrically generated by the winter binds, and created kind of a mini help me out like water. You know, hydro hydro electric gas turbines, prompt. They pumped the water up a hill. And then when they need it, it the let the water flow in turn turbine produce, electricity sting, which is a fascinating idea. That is fascinat- that reminds me of what hydra stores done in Toronto something similar. They've been demonstrating the idea of using excess green electricity when it's available to store, a high pressure air balloons in Lake Ontario, ruin and then later you. Use that energy when electrobi- is needed or expensive to recreate the energy for the grid. But there's other storage technologies as well. And this is probably one of the things that so cool about cleantech, is it just provides so many opportunities for creative thinkers, and unter preneurs to come up with new ways to store energy. One of my favorite is hydrogen. And I'm a fan of hydrogen because when I was in industrial gases, I looked after a hydrogen business. So I've got a bit of a soft spot for hydrogen, you hear about hydrogen of vehicles, and really hydrogen vehicles are really electric vehicles. It's just that hydrogen is the fuel source used because it's a way of storing electricity. So the way that works is through electrolysis you use the electrically when it's available to convert hydrogen or water into hydrogen. Which you then later us when you need the electricity or you're driving your car. So there's that technology and hydrogens also used in power to gas type technologies which I don't think it's really taken off yet, but there are other applications for hydrogen as well. With all of these. Ideas or even solutions that you presented. I think I do one hundred percent agree that I think geothermal is often overlooked think it's like the younger brother of the family. You know, everyone always talks about the older cooler siblings. But then, like, oh, yeah, there's a little Billie like kid, right? You know, like geothermal is a great idea. I know I'm at university of Ontario technology and they power, they have huge thermal system in place. Yes. Out of all these things, hydrogen wind and solar geothermal? Do they have the ability to, you know, meet the price point of oil and gas? I know that that was a hurdle you had mentioned earlier. Yeah. So few things about that. I think oiling gas. I think it's always going to have its place. I think making electrobi- is always going to be more inherent than. Carbon based fuel sources so electricity. You can kind of gain sixteen cents per kilowatt hour and burning natural gas. It's like less than three cents kilowatt hour. I think I think bottom line. The answer to your question is going to be around the regulatory framework on pricing. Carbon. I think if the regulatory framework comes about that carbon emissions from fossil fuels are priced high enough. That's probably the only mechanism where the really gonna become that equivalent is there anything that, you know, people listening or even just people in general that they can do to help make some of these things more accessible. Yeah. I've got a few notes on that. Yes. So I think. Thinking from the perspective of small to medium sized. Manufacturers. And the thing that I see is, you know what they really are conscientious about carbon emissions and. Everybody does genuinely want to be compliant with the regulations, and there's a high interest now in learning about alternative energies, and I already spoke about viral spoke about electricity, being fundamentally more expensive than fossil fuels, but companies, they need to educate themselves, and be smart. Because one of the things we see is you talk about carbon, okay? I'm going to reduce energy consumption and the first thing they think about is electrically which in Ontario is the wrong thing to think about because our electricity grid is so green move and. I spoke about on -tario having the highest cost of electrically. So what I seek companies doing is economically. They're doing the right thing because the reducing cost by using less electricity. But they're not really helping the carbon situation because the electricity they use isn't emitting carbon anymore. So this is why I say that companies really need to be smart. They need to be clear on the reasons they're doing projects. Is it to save cost? Or is it to save carbon because an on Terry? Oh, it's very complex situation. Just because the electricity pricing is so high. So a few things to keep in mind, what we've noticed in at or at least I've noticed because I wasn't previously aware of this is how. Vibrant in Canada. The financial industry is, and this idea of green bonds, and investors having an interest in helping implement technologies to improve the environment. So if I was a small to medium sized manufacturer, I would say, you know what if you've got a project that can reduce your carbon emissions, but it doesn't meet your internal thresholds for capital within your organization. Then maybe there's a third party investor through the green bond system that may have an interest in doing that project on your behalf under some sort of financial arrangement the next thing I would say, is don't overlook transportation. We talked about in on Tero. I believe that this is the next. Cohesive pot of carbon that could provide s a step change downwards and carbon emissions for this province. But yeah, it's like if you run a lot of onsite transportation equipment like forklifts, there have been companies that switch those vehicles to hydrogen technology and save carbon emissions that way or maybe battery power might work well in those sorts of instances. And so I would just say that we need to be mindful to look at ways to use surplus carbon free electricity to displace fossil fuels. So and what I mean by that. And on. Oh, I think it's a missed opportunity because we know at night and on tarot are based. Band as lower all of our electric city is green. But nobody's really talking about installing twin electric natural gas fired heating.

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One Plus One

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"one" Discussed on One Plus One

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