21 Burst results for "One Centimeter"

Why Can Helicopter Blades Look Weird on Video?

BrainStuff

04:50 min | 1 year ago

Why Can Helicopter Blades Look Weird on Video?

"Have you ever noticed that fast spinning objects like helicopter blades in airplane? Propellers sometimes look really weird on film and video sure sometimes you can only see a circular blur but sometimes they appear to be spinning very slowly. Sometimes they also look like they're spinning backward in very rare cases. They can even look like they're holding still. So what is up with that well when you watch a film or a video nothing on screen is moving instead? You're seeing a succession of still images that come so rapidly that your eyes and brain interpret them as continuous motion with this in mind. We need to look at two different facts about how those images are captured. Shutter speed and frame rate shutter speed is a measure of how long the cameras spends collecting light each time. It takes a picture. The longer the film or Digital Pixel Array spends gathering light the more motion blur we see in the image. Let's say you WANNA shoot a video of yourself. Doing some radd throwing knife tricks if you toss a knife at ten meters per second and film it at a shutter speed of one quarter of a second. The knife will travel two point five meters while the camera is exposing each frame coming out as a streaky blur in the final video. But if you shoot the same knife with a shutter speed of one one thousandth of a second. It will only travel one centimeter while each picture is taken meaning. The knife will look less blurry in each frame now. The same applies to helicopter blades. Long exposures will make the blades look more uniformly blurry at quicker. Shutter speeds strange looking patterns or even discreet individual blades will begin to appear the second main factor to consider is frame rate. We can start with a slow motion analogy. Imagine you've got a Sundial. The shadow on the dial mix one complete revolution every twenty four hours now. Let's say you take a picture of that Sundial once every minute. If you play those pictures in order as a video you'll see the shadow spinning rapidly around the clock in the normal clockwise direction. If you capture a frame exactly once every twenty four hours in this video the shadow will appear to stand still and if you take the picture once every twenty three hours and fifty nine minutes. The dial in the video will appear to slowly creep backward. The same principle is at work in videos of helicopter blades. Only complicated by greater speed in both the rotation and the frame rate and by adding more blades frame rate is usually expressed in frames per second or F-. Ps Imagine you're shooting twenty four F. Ps VIDEO OF A helicopter rotor. That spins one full rotation every second in the video each revolution will thus be broken into twenty four frames. You will see the blades rotating normally just moving one twenty fourth of their full rotation in each frame but if the blades spin exactly twenty four times each second and you're still shooting at twenty four frames per second. Each full revolution will be represented by only one frame. The blades will arrive back in their starting place. Each time the camera captures a frame. So they'll look like they're standing still. But what if you have blades that spin exactly twenty three times each second in? You're still shooting at twenty four F. Ps each frame will capture the blades. Having just made about ninety six percent of a full rotation the blades will always be just a little bit behind where they are in the previous frame thus in the final video the blades will look like they're spinning backwards. But that's not the only way our cameras can trick US sometimes. Propellers and helicopter blades caught on video can look s shaped or even fragmented this type of distortion is caused by the method of Pixel capture. That's used in digital cameras most digital video cameras today. Don't expose the whole frame all at once but instead sample a single line of pixels at a time and update the frame line by line this is called a rolling shutter with a rolling shutter any object moving extremely fast will be sampled in a way that distorts its shape across the frame leading to spinning blades. That look bent or broken or appear to be hovering separate from the aircraft. In fact you can try this out on. Your phone's Camera Panning. Quickly back and forth while you're taking video if your camera uses a rolling shutter the picture will be distorted so that solid objects will appear to bend like rubber or

Focus Friday - Our Ultimate Birth Story

The Ultimate Health Podcast

09:18 min | 1 year ago

Focus Friday - Our Ultimate Birth Story

"This is definitely a story. We can't wait to share. We know a lot of you've been following her journey all the way along from the first the second third trimester and now we are on the other side of birth. Our baby girl. Sarah is here and we are just so excited to share this story with you. You guys have been here through the whole journey and Roxie GonNa do one more follow episode down line after this one sharing the fourth trimester and our adjustment to becoming new parents. Yeah we are almost three weeks into being new parents. Sorelle is three weeks old tomorrow. Which is crazy to think about when it's been an amazing journey. So yeah as Jesse said. We'll share fourth trimester stuff little bit later. Once we've gone deeper into the first trimester although we've learned so much already but today is all about the birth but I I want to acknowledge all the women out there who have given birth all the Mamas I give you such kudos hands down. You are amazing because now being on the other side of birthing a baby. It is unbelievable. What goes on mentally physically spiritually. There is so much and you can hear bursts over and over again. As I did Justin I listened to many stories from our friends to different podcasts. But there's nothing like going through your own experience and it is magical. It is challenging. It is scary. It is exciting. It is beautiful but I just wanted knowledge all the MOMS there. You are incredible. Yeah and me too. I mean I knew this was going to be super long and challenging or most likely at least and Marnie by the way we're going to get into the details but she did amazing and I just had this new level of appreciation for women out there that have given birth is well and it's just such an endeavor and it's beautiful so now the question is where do we begin. There's so many beginnings we could start at but I think the most realistic wine is. Kinda hitting the Forty Week. Mark kind of coming to full term. You know anytime. After thirty seven weeks we knew we could go into labor. 'cause that's considered full term and that would have been a really healthy time to give birth to the baby and I would have allowed for our home birth. Yes exactly the thirty seven weeks. Mark is kind of that marker. Check off to be at home. So thirty. Seven weeks happened thirty eight weeks. Thirty nine weeks to forty and at that point not that there is an urgency. But suddenly you hit forty weeks. You're like okay. I hope this baby comes in the next two weeks so it's not too late. It's funny how things work out like that and I know Jesse. Have like some thoughts on this. Yeah for sure. It's like you're trying to get to that milestone of forty weeks forty weeks and then when you get there instead of really you know celebrating and you know reaching that milestone being an exciting time in this makes sense in a way you're already thinking ahead and kind of feeling that pressure of are we going to have this baby before the forty two week mark and it was just interesting. How that whole thing with the midwives that conversation opened up and we started talking about what if what if this baby is in Mommy for another week. And what does that mean? And what's that GonNa look like so it was an adventure to get to the forty week mark and then afterwards it was like? When's this baby coming so it was interesting. Yeah we weren't stressed by it but we definitely started to allow natural induction protocols to take place where before it was just kind of like the becomes bay becomes and then I started to ramp things up so not only was already consuming my dates and my red raspberry leaf tea so I think I'd just up that even more. I started getting acupuncture. I went to someone who does acupuncture specifically in pregnant women so she could hit specific points on my feet and on my body. Actually she did my legs. Think my hands. My reflexologist who had been seeing all throughout my entire pregnancy now was doing a protocol to tell the body. It's ready for Labour not to induce Labor specifically just to let the body no. It's time I was walking Justin. I went for walks bouncing on a ball at home. We took advantage of nature's prostaglandins. So use your imagination for what that is and we were using clary sage. On my body eating pineapple we got our hands on a machine for my chiropractor and that was also part of the whole protocols. Wellpoint see the chiropractor regularly to open my hips. So lots of little things were taking place between forty weeks and about almost a week later because things started to progress in that week and I want. I mentioned that my mom came down during that time too so my mom was down. She was going to be here for the entire birth as well as postpartum which he is right now so she had come down during that week so we had you know just some nice quality family time and we got to make sure we got some meals prepared and just mentally. Get ourselves ready for the birth of this baby. So let's get into the details of when things started to actually happen and it's funny that I knew that there was a full moon coming on February ninth and people had said. Oh you're probably going to labor around that time so it was kind of in the back of my head like that'd be cool and interesting but suggesting I went to bed on Saturday. February eighth listen to podcasts. At actually was talking a lot about water and talking about space it was was kill. Rogan was yeah new southern to was an astronaut. Yes somebody that was actually went up in space was on the space station and also spent I think it was two weeks on one adventure underwater and now is the part of the podcast. We ended on so you had water on the brain going to sleep that night so interesting so go to sleep. I'm in a deep sleep. Having a dream than I'm on this sinking ship and water is flashing in and flowing in and I got scared and woke up and I woke up. I noticed that there is some water beneath me and not at times but enough to be like. What is this? Could this be my water's broken? Could this be something else? A guy had an inkling that it was my waters breaking but it wasn't that much that it was still kind of curious so went to the bathroom. Check things out. I knew I didn't peon myself. I knew it wasn't something else. So and it's interesting. My mom was also here so I went downstairs to talk to my mom. Like what do you think so I you know just put that information away for the night I went to bed. Welcome in the morning and kind of re check things and then at that point Jesse and I were like okay you don't. Let's call the midwife. Let's just see what's going on? So he did had an appointment. She had us come in right away because to her. That's pretty significant. Even if it was or wasn't she just wanted to know what was going on so she did a check on me and she confirmed that waters had broken but it was my hind waters. It was a high end water leak as opposed to a full rupture of membranes. So that's why it wasn't that much liquid coming Outta me. It was just enough to be noticeable. So with that information comes okay. Labor has kind of started or something has started. We need to act on this and just actually take you back to two days before that where she got a call from the midwife to get a stretch and sweep because she knew that we were past are due date and there was an opportunity to maybe do a stretch and sweep to progressing along. But Jesse and I didn't feel comfortable with that so we opted out of that and that was yeah. I think the Friday before and again this comes back to what I mentioned before. Where as soon as you get to the forty week mark things like a stretch and sweep the abroad onto the table. So you just getting there and it's like okay. Let's Kinda progressing along so we opted out and then on Sunday when they checked you just continuing on from your your story there. We found out you were. I think it one centimeter dilated right. So we realized at that time that we couldn't have actually gone to stretch and sweep even if we wanted to previously at one centimeter. I don't think we could get one at that time either. Now exactly. Yeah so. That's the interesting things. We found that out so glad. We didn't even waste our time on the Friday before so things were as they were on Sunday and she checked things and given that information that it was a hind water leak and things needed to progress. We had to take that information and figure out what that meant because most people associate going into labor especially with the movies a woman just walking around and all the sudden her waters break and labor progressives really quickly while eight doesn't happen like that not everyone has their waters break I and be. It's very rare to have a hind water leak. Which means Little Tub at this point? It was tough Mozzarella yet. Little baby had kicked or poked or something in my body to cause a little pinhole leak way up in my uterus so it was a very small trickle. That wasn't that noticeable but was notable enough to know that Labour had to start sometime soon because the risk of infection was imminent and this was kind of the fear that we had and our midwife sharing the information that like okay guys you have between forty eight at the most seventy two hours before we have to do something such as an unnatural induction like going to the hospital and using Petrosian. So Jesse had a really tough time absorbing this information

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When it comes to ice melt, 'what happens in Greenland doesn't stay in Greenland'

Climate Cast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

When it comes to ice melt, 'what happens in Greenland doesn't stay in Greenland'

"So this recent study in the journal Nature comes out and it says Greenland the ice sheet there now melting seven times faster than in the nineteen nineties. So why should we care about that. Well faster melt. Means faster sea level rise and that puts an extra four hundred million people at flood. Risk by twenty one hundred. The Greenland study was a hot topic for scientists at the American Geophysical Union Conference in San Francisco to scientists at. The conference took a moment. I want to send climate. CAST their thoughts on the study from of all places. Their hotel lobby. Here's University of Saint Thomas Professor. John Abraham Hey Paul thanks. Thanks for having me on today. Appreciate the chance to talk to your audience. So I'm sitting here with Dr Kevin Trenberth and we were just talking about the new Greenland ice sheet article. Hi Paul Kevin Trenberth so. There was an exceptional melt event in August of this year when Dan rivers of melted water. Where flowing across parts of Greenland and the extent of the melt across greenland was unprecedented at contributes tributes significantly to sea level rise? And you know the sea level is going up by over three millimeters per year. It's gone up over three about three and a half inches Since one thousand nine hundred ninety two which is when we had altimeters and space to actually measure this and so we can measure the sea level rise to millimeter accuracy. The ocean is warming That's expanding and so. That's another key part of this overall problem. So Kevin trenberth was talking about millimeter seal rises and people might think those are small. But if you have the sea level rise is by just one centimetre over six million people will be affected. There's a lot of people that live near close to the coast. This is affecting real people. Real lives is in the US and in other countries and we expect four hundred million people to be affected by this problem by twenty one hundred. This is a real problem. it's human caused and we've really got to do something about it. That's John Abraham from the University of Saint Thomas with world renowned climate scientists. Kevin trenberth talking to us from. I'm their hotel lobby of the American Geophysical Union Conference in San Francisco last month. They were sharing a recent study. That says the Greenland. Ice Sheet is melting much faster than we thought. Thanks for the perspective guys. We heard them talking about the consequences of millimeters and centimeters of sea level rise. But here's the bigger picture. Sure just how fast future sea levels will. Rise is a huge climate. Change Wildcard current forecasts project about three feet of sea level. Rise by twenty one hundred. That's based on a mid level greenhouse gas emissions scenario but many scientists believe three feet is too low and higher level projections this project. Six to eight feet of sea level rise by twenty one hundred. This new greenland melt study and trends. were seeing an. Antarctica suggests that sea level level rise is trending toward those higher and projections. Flooding is costly and dangerous as we saw last year in places like Puerto Rico and North Carolina and and the big insurance companies like Munich. Reinsurance say sea level rise brings dramatic economic impacts to the coast and to real estate and Insurance Trans- everywhere. You're including Minnesota so climate change in Greenland isn't like Vegas what happens in Greenland doesn't stay in. Greenland and sea level rise will be among the big climate story lines. We'll continue to watch here in twenty twenty.

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Löwenmensch: The First Monster

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

08:20 min | 1 year ago

Löwenmensch: The First Monster

"Back in twenty seventeen. We recorded an episode of stuff to believe my entitled the First Monster and again we ran it in this most recent October over but in the episode we discussed the lion man or the low in inch of which was this. This figure that resembled The was a a human with alliance head hybrid a hybrid being combining animal and human likeness into a single likeness. Yeah now this was This particular killer artifact the mench was discovered in nineteen thirty nine at a stone age cave site known as startled whole or stable cave at Holon Stein near Vogel heard in Germany but it would be another thirty years before anyone got a chance to examine these broken pieces of ivory due to the world wars but eventually thirty years later that's when German archaeologist Johan discovered that these two hundred fragments came together to form a thirty one centimeter centimeter or just over a foot long figure carbon fourteen dated to between thirty five and forty thousand years old. It had the body of a man in the head of the lion. In two thousand and three another lion man was discovered in southwestern Germany this was carbon dated to around the same time period and by by some estimates. Well you know first of all these are amazing just for no other reason. They're just they're just fascinating figures that they give some insight into what ancient people were doing what they were making but also seemed to be the oldest Examples of figurative art. We've seen the Venus of whole fells. Take the title before I think Is from thirty. Five thousand to forty thousand years ago discovered in two thousand eight and two thousand sixteen but while the the Venus is the the depiction of the Feminine Forum and the Law and minch is a human fused with the beast. Yeah and this is what we were drawing attention to the episode. The idea that this is the earliest. I example that we knew about of fantasy art. It is an imagined being yeah as stated by Clive Gamble and archaeologist at the University of Southampton UK UK is quoted in nature quote. They depict an animal world in a semi realistic way. It shows early man moving from his immediate world to an imaginative world. So let's just a brief breakdown of the Lowe and minch certainly go back and listen to that episode that we did if you want more on that topic. But here's the cool thing and in a imagine number of you caught this news already because it was covered a number of places they I even saw it featured on Stephen Colbert show but in December of two thousand nine hundred ninety eight new discovery every was made and it might just blow the lion man and Venus out of the water. This is so cool. Yeah so this story takes us to different. Corners of the world takes us to Sulawesi SC Indonesia one of the four greater sooner islands. And it's actually the world's eleventh largest island I read so we've known about Pleistocene settlements in the the area for quite some time in early Homo sapiens are known to have reached this area between sixty thousand forty five thousand years ago previous studies these from some of the the same archaeologist involved in in this particular fine which is the arch team out of Australia They've revealed prehistoric art and ornaments events. Dating Back Thirty thousand to twenty two thousand years ago in this area and Homo sapiens apparently made it here against some time prior to fifty thousand years ago. So here's how this new finding came about in two thousand seventeen spelunker named Ham Rula climbed into a previously uncharted chamber in Sulawesi. Let's see cave system known as Morose punk cap a limestone cave system in while he was performing a government survey of the case. And if you're wondering ring was Amrullah. His first name last name. Apparently a lot of people in Indonesia just go by one name yet. It's just Just the one name anyway. He he gets. He crawls through a narrow space into at this New Chamber and he discovers cave paintings in the cave paintings were subsequently examined and written about by Aubert at all in earliest hunting scene in prehistoric historic art published December twenty nineteen in nature and again. This is the same arch team out of Australia. Those involved in some previous studies in the area so as the title implies they used some dating technology uranium series dating on Cave Popcorn or mineral deposits that It hanging over some of the motifs in the scene and they were able to date this hunting seeing back to at least forty three thousand nine hundred years ago so that it is twenty thousand years older than the hunting scene on the walls of Francis Lescoe cavs and coming back to the low and mench. That's also four thousand years before the lion man and I realized we're talking about such kind of ironic that we're talking about such big periods of time and there's a large portions of human history that it can also make four thousand years not seem like a lot right which is which is bizarre but obviously four thousand years is a lot of time and to to set the record back. Four thousand years is amazing. So here's an important caveat though there's more work to do as they need to date not just the the work overall looking at the cave popcorn but each figure individually before we can be one hundred percent certain in all of this because there's ultimately the possibility that different portions Sion's of it have been added at different times. Yes now the main archaeologists requoted thing they don't think that's the case but yeah we certainly should date the different parts. I think the the parts that had been that have been dated so far are just the regular animals but the more interesting part. Let's get into that. So yes the overall it depicts what seemed to be individuals using spears against prey animals in a hunt and this would be an on its own with being amazing fine right it would. It would predate any hunting scene gene. We've seen before. But on top of this some of the hunters appear to be what the researchers refer to is theory th- ropes or animal human hybrids as much like the low and Mitch. Yeah some of the humans appear to have tales or snouts right so if this is correct if the Now again and the parts that have been dated already were overlapping. Just the animals that were being hunted buffalo type creatures and pigs. Yeah wild pigs and then a type of buffalo called an no which is also known as a midget buffalo so like a water buffalo except smaller okay And so I think they haven't dated the other figures like the the the theory and throw are the human animal hybrids Yet but it looks like they're probably from the same period we're just not certain about that. Yeah but but if so this would this would probably predate the low and mench making this the earliest evidence. We have of fantastical thinking of like magic thinking among among humans showing human animal hybrids like a human hunting buffalo with a bird's beak. Yeah very cool. Yeah and it's it's we get into it in that that episode about the first monster about what this means right like what what ultimately does it mean to have in your mind. A human with a beast's head on one hand it is imagining something that does not exist in the real world and but then on a deeper level it is taking what this means. What does a bird mean? What are the the ideas that that Just a mere symbol of a bird summons and our DEA two of a human being what happens when these This mix of symbols and meanings collide. What new ideas are born out of that collision absolutely so it? It basically shows that that people from this time period period of four thousand years earlier than we thought may have been dealing with this kind of complex thinking mashing up symbols ideas and concepts concepts even taking aching on a humanoid form. Becky Ferrara wrote an excellent piece on this for the New York Times and she points out in this that the researchers believe that these as may have been animal. Spirit helpers something that's commonly find his shamanistic beliefs so yeah there's a possibility that we're dealing with animism animism and shamanism

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"one centimeter" Discussed on Layovers

Layovers

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on Layovers

"Under the ramp on the cement and warms the cement so that it doesn't go into icing. It's I mean it's amazing and of course there's snow. I don't know if you've ever experienced and snow there. Visiting have policy the never close so there are three runways the ramp on the cement and warms the cement so that it doesn't go into icing. It's I mean it's amazing and of course there's snow. I don't know if you've ever experienced and snow there. Visiting have policy the never close so there are three runways deceptive other ways about twenty five twenty seven people here having three runways allows into to clear one or two and have one away open or to the always have at least one open they have if I'm not mistaken two hundred fifty thousand thousands for me to to clear from snow it's huge amount so they have during the winter season they hire seasonal staff on top of their own staff and ATC's job at that point is only to route the aircraft's is also Torelli seems to balance them between the aircraft to make sure there's no snow taxiways and clearing one or two runways while the other is still open so these guys are busy sweeping snow all the time every thirty minutes at least every every taxiway. It's depression must be men must be insane must be actually extraordinary and the last bit which will be cool for those of you were pilots so when one of the runways clear from snow moved the next one to clear it they said a vehicle on top of it to test its it's <hes> friction value and then the analysis friction value to all the pilots earn descent friction value is the holiday settler breaks right and every pilots as the final decision to final call whether or not there okay to lend again cancel the lending saying no rather wait a little bit more for another runway to to open to have a better friction value so they reset information back and forth all the time and of course the friction value also cancel the lending saying no rather wait a little bit more for another runway to to open to have a better friction value so they reset information back and forth all the time and of course the friction value also determines how often they plow the runway and how much <hes> what's the name antiquity guest stuff they put on top of it and I've witnessed as I was one of these days when it was snowing like crazy and you're like why is he throw closing as soon as there's like one centimeter of snow I mean they have these operation nail down to some impressive. Isn't it Qudos us to these guys who making a such a great job. It's ordinary feet of operational engineering. I guess anyway that was it. Sorry I took a lot now. Next the the good the thing is Alex is turn and we don't know we're going to record next month but after this we also are traveling you're traveling until let's say October October tenth. Are you traveling before then.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"Let's talk about it so basically yeah the so these plugs were specifically designed for your latest babies right those came out last year but they've been hugely popular. We just just added a series which yeah we just added vibration to them. I love it so these have pressure which is incredible for sensation. You're gonna as as you move. You'll experience sensation. I could go into a whole story about this. This is probably one awful <hes> well-designed plugs we've ever made i mean they're all great but like this one really specifically becomes uh-huh it comes in so many sizes and because it's waited and has a really long thin neck. That's one centimeter in diameter plex sex they are they are. You've columba's honestly like shouldn't they be. I mean when i i'm a consumer so like i think i always look products like if i was buying this with this appeal to me you know and that you don't want to raise a small like not to say there's anything wrong with small glittery pink but plugs but like i'd like more options than not. Thank you yeah like that in like a big block one like can we have some in between so this. Was you know so in any case plugs. Yeah they're really. They have a soft gummy base. <hes> they're shaped a little bit like like a torpedo in the bulb and as you move so as you said as you move your body if you have penetrative sex <hes> if you're exercising they move and the the larger the size of the the the more weight they have and you feel more sensation so it feels actually pretty incredible. You think about like a key goal. I've waited kiko balls. I wear so it's the same concept but in in a in a properly designed product. It's just it's amazing to me so we're the question about getting stretched out. If you wear it too long or get or having your plate yeah <hes> well. It's muscle right like this is kind of the same question about the right. I think that's <hes> it's unfortunate because that's a really like like negative connotation about bodies and sexuality <hes> but the reality is. It's a muscle so for example. If you anal train rate you go through these as three different steps of size plugs <hes> and you don't play with your but for a month you'll have to start all over again because your body. The muscle will condition itself back to its original state. If you are really specifically concerned about the strength of your kegalle muscles <hes> and being quote unquote stretched out you can do key goals in your. You're in a canal that an entire. That's like a hammock shaped muscle <hes> so actually buy you can literally put one of these plugs in the larger size is larger weight <hes> and you can just squeeze and actually it will tap. If you have a prostate will tap right on your prostate. Is you squeeze so you get like double win exercise and pleasure <hes> and and then essentially you're strengthening your muscles also really fabulous to do qigong exercises while you have remained plug in because you are essentially like you're the grasping the muscles around that rotating motor so you're like amplifying sensation over and over again see yeah just a twelve activity. I've never i've never been so excited. Try and we just got them all here so yeah wow really good so that's that's stunt club. I feel like i've so many great answers for people now. 'cause i really i know. These are all like well-made. These are perfect for long really designed for comfortable and sure.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Just think about it think about all those big hospitals have these advertising campaigns. Of course, I see them on the streets of an had. Oh, we're going to cure cancer. Noor lifetime. Oh does. That mean, they're going to cure cancer in their lifetime hospitals last hundreds of years, and which cancer so that cured lately, we don't do that we say, how are we going to help you? And that's the difference. We're here to help you not making advertising slogans that mean, nothing we're gonna cure cancer in our lifetime with a hospital. They're building hospitals to last five hundred years. Most of us human beings are not going to be here in five hundred years or four hundred years and three hundred years or two hundred years or hundred years from now, so their slogan means absolutely nothing. So for all those pharmaceutical companies that spending millions of dollars for or. Advertising with the sun on the over the moon in Hawaii, and the beach and the drug and the actors and actresses so sad that you can't just say why your product is better than someone else's. And that's what we do every day here at radio surgery New Yorker know about lung cancer. I can tell you that compared to standard radiation, our radio surgery for lung cancer gives better control of the cancer noninvasive -ly compared to surgery he compare. I just had a man come in with a one centimeter mass in his lung and the surgeons at one of the super big hospitals. Want to open up his long and cut up part of this long for treatment of this lung cancer. Whereas with us we have high success rates noninvasive -ly with no cutting, no bleeding and that hospital. He's gonna go in is going to get his chest opened up his long punctures long collapse of pain hill of suffering a chest tube, pre the hospital probably a week, and then it would take weeks and weeks to recover and heal. Oh, probably lose part of his lung. That'll never be able.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"And then they'll go here. It is. Thank god. I feel like those drugs are lit lit. What kind of drug is it? I don't know. But it makes you sane like you're saying, right? You're there. But like, you don't feel one thing. I forget the name starts with an E. That's at Pajaro. That's what you wanna do the real. That's push drugs. Yeah. Patrols literally. If they go one centimeter off your spine your paralyzed dead for life. I know I think that's scary. That's like the scariest thing like you want the drugs. But like what if the doctor has to sneeze or something? I know percentage is like that. I've actually never heard of it. But like, right. Maybe the first one now. Now me I used to think she'll always be like, oh my God. I'll be the one that hits the spine. C-section? So by the way, your friend, and you'll stab homegirl is getting a divorce. She is she was engaged nineteen times. And then twenty and now she's divorced is this the first time period track record of socks when it comes to like marriage. And yeah, what happened are you too? Good work. Good. I feel like we were closer in the beginning of the season. And then as things went on. I kind of started to get started to be like, I don't know. Like, I think you'll see little things unfold. A little white lies that were catching her in here. And there, and I was her biggest supporter to be worth. I really am. And I really was like I'm I'm like a girl like I don't care what you did in your past. I don't care who you like banged. I don't care. What you did? I'm not that girl. Like, I care how you treat me. Like are. You loyal are you good friend? So I was like that with her. But then little by little I was like oh. Does that prove? A little bit here, and there that's annoying. Yeah. But like, I still love her. Yeah. I feel like a lot of people invested a lot in her last season. Yeah. And if she looked let's Torri down. I'll never forget her. Right. And she will never let Theresa. Okay, good. It's not going to get to that point. Unfortunately, no, more tables. But now she full cast member this season. Now, she's a friends. Do you think she's upset about that? Yes. I think she would like to be. I think she's like earned it, you know. But she's just not not there yet. You earn the season. Does she bring it? Yeah. You get to see your get married. Oh, right. Were you bridesmaid? I was Margaret was you were wasn't made him honor trees it was made of honor. I was a bridesmaid. We're going to go to her bachelorette party, which is frigging amazing. Where was it? It was at like some event space that we rented, but like the strippers and all that and the humping grinding and the penises or great. And where did she get married in Kabo? Interesting binney mini. We want wanna go there. We do. Yes. In the Bahamas the next island. It's very nice. It's very secluded, very, quiet. If you're looking for like, a quiet secluded place. That's for you. Did you bring the kids know is party central? Yeah. Salou Rama central? Will. We see what happens with the husband. Yeah. I think you will. That was so weird. I really thought they got married, and I honestly thought like this was her guy. I was like no like it's like, I don't know. I don't know. What's real? I you see the signs before they announce their. Oh, yeah. What kind of signs not sleeping in the same room own? That's not good like all being many and like they don't even speak during the wedding ready. Yeah. And you will see the signs feared. Yeah. It was. So sad was just like some doesn't feel right..

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"one centimeter" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on 710 WOR

"One two choices that's two one two two four six four two three seven two one two two four six forty two thirty seven we'll send it out if you want an appointment if you have an issue whatever it is whether it's a cancer the nasal ferrings for the breast of the long or the prostate or the bladder deliver the pancreas or the bone or metastatic give us a call and make an appointment if you wish we can sit down and talk about what you might have and we're talking about a man this man is ninety one if you look at him he looks like he's sixty one he's a man who's got a son and daughter and he has high blood pressure and heart disease and he's spry man is to talk about anything and he does he's young looking than young thinking and right in the back of his neck he has a basal cell cancer najjar cancer one centimeter in size and the had a biopsy and the dermatologists wanted to do mos they wanna do cutting cutting like a salami cutting and this man just did not want cutting on his body he wanted non invasive treatment for his skin cancer and we treat plenty of skin cancers squamous cell and basal cells and carrot talk aka anthem and more than another man came this van is sixty six and also young looking as a teacher just he retired decided to get all his medical care checked out when he retired and had a mess on his cheek and it was a basal cell also and it had no treatment right in the middle of his cheek and again the dermatologists wanted to do mos moh s most surgery which is like a salami slicing surgery of cutting up his cheek and then taking some skin from his leg and put on his cheek well this man did not wanna look like a pepperoni pizza and he saw the dermatologist the dermatologist found the lesion but then he came here thirteen eighty four broadway for his care and i should tell you that i met with them and explained all the options and we treated him a year ago and the cancer is gone which is so beautiful and then he came to me in the last couple of weeks and he's got a mass on his kidney now and he's seen it one of the big hospitals in neighboring state and the urologist urologist is a doctor who specializes in surgery of the urinary system the urologist wants to cut out the.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The voice right now the looking after them after an underground headquarters was set up stocked with diving equipment food and medical supplies so you see the pictures of the boys they're still all in their uniforms their little red uniforms they look like they're you know ten to twelve years old they look really young and they're look skinny and you know it's they look scared it's it's a shame it's this i you know that's crazy so let me see what else i can tell you about this this pumping at least ten thousand liters you'll guys will have to convert the gallon sorry of water out of the caves every hour daily mail but it's only enough to lower the level by one centimeter and because we're rain is in the forecast they're worried that it would threaten the air pocket with a team has taken refuge so what are the rescue options being considered is to teach the youngsters had a dive but experts question like are they going to have the strength are they going to have the ability to pick up the skills i mean it took me a couple of weeks to learn how to dive and you panic and that's you feeling healthy and fed energized and well rested you know teaching them how to dive i you know controlling the breathing and not panicking many diverse they can unfortunately kick off mask and the person next to their mask you know and so it's it's frightening especially if somebody doesn't know how to swim you know people that know how to swim they may be able to grasp on a little bit more but if you're talking about kids that didn't learn how to swim i that could be very very difficult one thing they're thinking about interior minister anna pong the trap youngsters were stranded for nine days before being found they leave enough to negotiate some sections of cells were tunnels are only wide enough for one person to pass through a time as rain is forecast the evacuation must speed up diving gear will the use of the water rise of the task will be difficult we must bring the kids out before then but diving as those ever done it will find it difficult and there are narrow passages in the cave so it's not like you can take somebody at hold their hand and be with them side by side or have them on top of you piggyback style went through these narrow case it's and dive huge i mean your your big and that take you can't take scrape up against cave on top you it's it's rough so they say that the one they found the voice they say they use this field assessment read is critical yellow serious create a stable and both the boys weren't green tradition some of the boys did have some injuries were light injuries maybe would be yellow but nobody was in red condition so rescuers the best for the donation of five small fullface masks experts have explained that these are easier for the beginners because they fully fit around a divers face so the mouthpiece can't be knocked out for those of you that are divers you you probably know exactly what we're talking about in terms of you know how you're probably your head you know how are they gonna teach about a dive it's it's tough especially since they are hundreds of feet there there's a long passage they have to go they could be under water for at least thirty minutes to an hour to try to get to where they need to go so they say those they say the can't swim and dive he's option would be that they keep pumping the water out of the cave they say they need another three or four feet they can literally float them out with a life jackets but time on their side they're expecting heavy thunderstorms and rain which may flood the entire cave system.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

03:51 min | 3 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"I gained a very small insight into what exactly monks were doing when they were praying they weren't just closing there is monitoring under that breath they had an inner life an inner landscape the prayer allowed them to explore expand and gave them resuce in which they can carry into the material world and what about the shift physical challenge of the walk because it's a very five thousand five hundred thousand five hundred and everyone everyone countries and you're walking sometimes in the snow sometimes great heat was that also part of the learning process if you like did you draw something from the the arduousness of it all i said it's off on the first of johnny so in the middle of winter and by the time i reached the middle east it was high summer i set off that that time because i wanted to go as soon as possible so i didn't come up with another idea not do the walk but that certainly became part of that person of mole training that i have described because the days are very short at first it was very dark it was very cold i really had to ask people to help there was no way i should stay outside at night i needed to make sure i had a bad each evening and so this really put me in a position where i was having to ask for help and so as a result i was shown enormous amounts of generosity we thought the program about prince william's visit to jerusalem which is obviously for three religions absolutely central what what did you make of it when i go to jerusalem my main feeling wasn't one of trump for celebration to be honest i was very tired but i was confused i knew that i'd has an important experience but i couldn't quite work out what it it was people visited jerusalem will no it's not always a great advert for the religions that hold sacred and what i actually found was that it wasn't the major religious sites where i found the deepest sense of connection even some idea of transcendence it was in remote and quiet places so often i got to the city that's not why ended my walk few days later i went out into the judean dozens of what did you find that when i go to the desert i went to a monastery called mah which is right on the edge of the desert and asked if i could stay the nights ever i've been to thus far has welcomed me in but here they said sorry we've gotten a space and so ended up spending the evening in homage cave just below the monastery and that was where i realized it wasn't the destination of the journey that was important it was guessing that really counted that's where i learned the lessons the matters and have you come back as a more religious person the new when you set at least by with a greater understanding of the value of religion i think i've certainly got a great understanding of the value religion beforehand people believed seemed to me maybe mad maybe a bit stupid or just afraid of death but now i understand that it can give people a framework and guidance to live more meaningful lives and equally as i said earlier now i understand that religious which can be meaningful whatever you believe so i'll go to church maybe twice a month you will on occasion going small pilgrimages losing glass replaces like that even though you still don't believe yeah i'm afraid the dial of belief hasn't moved one centimeter what about what about your your your health because as you said you by way with these started did this he'll you i suppose is the question it's not the kind of thing where you can ever say that you were completely healed that you can say it's never going to come back but certainly none of the symptoms that i experienced before the war returned and equally nervous that there's going to become a point in the future when they will my life feels very different from how it was so pilgrimage for you is a real value actually makes a difference in.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on iMore

iMore

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on iMore

"Really nifty nifty feature that i'm happy about we did talk a little bit about face time of course facetime now let you talk with up to thirty two people at once which is my absolute nightmare to be on video with thirty two people but it's we played a little bit with it the three of us and our colleague joe keller and it seemed to work pretty well there are of course still bugs but hey it was pretty good me mo gee we did talk about an animal gee i believe their new animal g which is fun and i don't think i've seen either of your me me mo jeez yet mine i've complained about them they mind does not i there's there aren't options that get one to look as like me as bit moji does and so i'm a little disappointed but it's still fun interesting i i'm pretty happy with my emoji i feel like it's pretty good although i do i like here's the thing where i get a little bit frustrated is that i think that the the week controls like nintendo's we like me designs go little bit too in depth words like move the mouth up or down one centimeter but i would love like at one of the places where apple's kind of a little bit lax on is like knows sizes eyebrows when like foreheads and wits yes exactly sideways not just length and some of that is i know i don't think people actually really want big noses in their cartoons most don't but like some of it's just fun to play with like sometimes you want to build something that's true to life and you need a big nose you don't need just three different versions of a button this is this is again this is beta right i'm sure they will add more features as time goes i'm sure they'll fix the longer beard so they don't just look like a big puff your chin but until that time i can be like you know this would work in this would work that'd be great so i i'm like you you with smart and didn't down the beta on my iphone ten because that is my daily driver though it sounds like it's super stable and i know you've both commented on the fact that the beta for for twelve is actually real real good real solid but i'm still do scared to do it so i haven't i haven't tried to me mo g yet but i sort of assumed that this idea of me mogi was more of a stylized version of yourself and not intended to look exactly like you sort of like the way bit chee works in that the it's there the features are all kind of the same and you can sort of interpret your own look into it but it's all supposed to look like a bit moji and you know nintendo did a similar thing with its i'm gonna forget the name of it hopefully you can remember as i can help you remember the name of the nintendo me game that they've that they put up in that eventually actually stopped they stopped supporting it because nobody was using it i'm assuming they're they're stylized so they're kind of supposed to look like a particular cartoon character not so much like us end like we've been able to interpret ourselves into them but i never really thought of it as something that apple should make it so that i can make cartoon version of my exact face just something that's more like i can make a cartoon version of kind of what i look like i think there's a fine line and i think the apple hasn't hit that fine line yet we're still a little bit too far in the not enough options range because like i have other friends who are people of color who have stubble on their face and their me oh gee and miami mo g would look incredibly similar because of that and that's not enough diversity like i.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on The Talk Show

The Talk Show

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on The Talk Show

"Clearly have only one choice and that's to install the beta on your iphone ten don't people who are listening i'm like please don't do that we're we're crazy people wait for the public beta at least all right so features emoji how do you like them emoji i really like all right so here's the thing memo gm like all right this is a gimmick animal i thought were really cute and then i never used them just because i was just like all right whatever they're they're fun but i don't usually record videos with sound if i'm going to record videos at all but there's something about creating virtual avatars of yourself especially when they're cute emoji are what i really appreciate about what apple's done for this is it's not just like it's not the irs eleven notes app with it's like five colors in the color picker rate like the memo g are deeply customizable and to almost shocking extent and they show up you create one in its gender neutral to start so you can choose whatever hair you want what you could make purple skin if you want to just make an alien or make something crazy and the hair like this is the thing that got me is that most of it is just like as a fun you know it's a fun advanced of their animal's tech words just using the our sensor and the whole face eddie front camera to do some really cool stuff but they have made such gigantic improvements in the physics engine that they're using for rendering the hair is the thing that freaks me out the most and i posted like i did just like a cute little karaoke video right after i got back from ww dc where i was literally spinning the phone around trying to lip sync to the closing song from black panther which is like a kendrick lamar song and i'm like i'm literally spitting the phone and there's no artifacts there's no leg there's no thing the only thing that you notice is the fact that as i'm spinning bobbing my head you can see the like shoulder length hair like flowing and bobbing and moving with the physics of not just the phone me and it was just completely like it was a trip it was a complete trip and the more i keep on you can make a whole bunch of these it's really easy to duplicate them and add features and like sunglasses and nonsense like that and they're just it reminds me of when i first got my nintendo we started just making tons of mies which obviously this will get you know compared to but it's it's like that it's like maybe you don't have just as much customization like apple has wisely steered away from the like just your is one centimeter up or down it's just kind of like here are default selections that you can play with but i don't know it's just it's really enjoyable i spent a good like two hours messing around with malaysia and i find that i'm stent that i'm actually sending them to people and maybe i'm i'm sending them to people because it's a new feature and it's like whatever but especially tying it in with like with the camera on the on i message and then also tying it in with group facetime which is also kind of a trip like i don't know i feel like they're some actual use cases for this in a just beyond like a fun gimmick but like a actual yeah let's let's play around with this i saw something other day on twitter that really impressed me was and i don't know who this was i saw somebody re tweeted the person who did it but it was really good that they were just like got bored and decided to make harry potter memo g posted a whole bunch but it's like even if they hadn't told me it was i would have instantly known you know like oh it was but it was so you know to me that's pretty telling that it's expressive enough that you could look at this image and be like you know like i if you're playing memo version of pictionary you'd be like the louis mantilla made a version of the pixar inside out poster with memorial the inside out characters and that was great too it's just they really.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on 710 WOR

"For a free informative booklet and dvd hey dr liederman were back we are back and i want to talk about a fifty six year old woman and a container that she is a black woman and i say that because she has breast cancer and we know that in the black community the death rate from breast cancers dabo she has breast cancer but she has the demographic issue against her she was found over one centimeter mass she a mammogram six months ago a year prior to that the normal mammogram she felt a lump she had a biopsy shadow lumpectomy removal of that lump and then she went to her chemo doctors and they started chemo and they gave her too excuse me the gave her two months of chemo and she just couldn't take it she had so much side effects from the chemo she could not take it but she had some tests while she was getting worked up for the breast cancer her cat scan showed a lesion in the long according to the radiologist three i'll just ask for a follow up scan in three months that was four months ago four months ago she was do seven months ago she was requested of a follow up scan and the abdominal cat scan seven months ago showed a pelvic mass and that was never followed up even though the radiologist asked for a follow up scan so wow i guess they got so excited about giving her chemo they forgot about all the other issues that's something we talk about all the time though bodies together cancer can go where it wants cancer can travel cancer that's the definition of cancer right that cancer can travel could get into the bloodstream or lymph system and travel were wants will the chemo guys got so excited about giving her chemo one fouled up her pow vis no one followed up the lung nobody even though it's very clear in the reports i showed her visit lesion along there's a lesion the.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Skin cancer does not help any skin cancer hit a biopsy showing squamous cancer it was right in the base of the thumb on his right hand the big lump big massive big raised mass on his thumb and he is gotta skin cancer also has a high psa psa was four point three so we've got about twenty five percent chance of having prostate cancer and well he didn't do that i advised him about it and of course it's his choice but he has for sure the skin cancer he's alert oriented man he's got a one centimeter mass in the base of the thumb and well the surgeons wanted to cut out the base of the thumb area there and well he heard about us and he just does not want to have his mom is base of thumb skin cut out he wants non invasive treatment and i can tell you that we see many many people with skin cancers most skin cancers earn sun exposed areas so lots around the face and lots around the ears eyes nose mouth and when they cut out is years nose mouth you can imagine the calamity that befalls the patient and you can imagine why so many people with squamous cancers and basal cell cancers come here to thirteen eighty four broadway if you request our booklet just call our office you'll get a booklet and a separate section on skin cancers see plenty of examples of skin cancers and the skin cancers are before and after his see with us there's no moses no salami slicing surgery is a mechanical removal of the tissues it's removing part of your body mechanically whereas with us we don't do that we use invisible beams to attack the cancer squamous our basis our the nose and eyes ears mouth and the hands shoulders back and front chest legs and feet literally from top to bottom we're now trading a man with a big mass at the top of his head like the size of a quarter and it's going away on treatment he just had a few treatments going away we have another man about the mass about the size of a.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

This Is Only A Test

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on This Is Only A Test

"Precision that you get with kind of mass so anytime something is moving and pushing either say a milling tool through piece of metal or in this case a head that moves really quickly to pick up something very small but because it moves so quick you need to have the mass of the whole thing doesn't shake it self back last year yeah so so much like machine tools if you look at some of the older tools that have kind of bigger beefier hunks of metal they're better in a lot of reasons though the machine that i bought was built in the late nineteen ninety s and originally ran with a dos computer so i took that kind of out of the system and put in a new a new brain new modern computer and ransom open source software and now i have a modern pick and place machine how xiaomi axes does it move along the big axes three but then there's actually a number of smaller axes of rotation on the tip to rotate parts and then i've got a bunch of pneumatic things that kind of actuate as well for for moving tips that things that actually make up each of the parts and then there's sixty four feeders so they actually feed in each individual part so all of those have motors so grabs the part using air pressure right yeah actually has a little vacuum pump and picks up these little really really almost microscopic parts so you can pick up really really tiny parts and wants one centimeter centimeter.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Point one centimeter mass he said no smoking he's never smoke smoke is one of the ming main relationships of kidney cancers he's had no secondhand smoke is weight as one hundred ninety five pounds two years ago is way was the same as five foot six he recently was married he came in with his new bride here you seen by urologist who advised to remove that kidney and he works in a bank has been married three years who's on the honeymoon and i examined him as exam physical exams on remark oh but i saw scan these got a three centimeter mass and we spoke about all the options to surgeon who wants to remove this mass and the kidney never record amended a by at all doctor recommended biopsy welk biopsy could spread the cancer i can tell you that i've seen thousands of biopsies the likelihood of a biopsy spreading the cancers nearly zero and the hidden getting his kidney removed without a biopsy and i've seen plenty of people had their kidney removed the next day the doctor comes in and says oh we have good news for you mrs jones there was no cancer in your kidney but the doctor doesn't tell the patient the bad news is that he just removed half of her kidney function her one whole kidney for no reason whereas with dr liederman if you want you don't have to but if you want you could have a biopsy to prove whether it's cancer or not that i see substantial number of people that get biopsies that do not have cancer they come to me thinking they have cancer but we do a biopsy and there is no cancer so having a biopsy or not as your choice for this mandy could have a biopsy if he wants or not if he wants he could have radio surgery if he wants and keep his kidney and have a high success rate and avoid radical surgery he can go in lose his kidney that's up to him and his wife seemed a little bit brainwashed by the surgeon saying oh you shouldn't have a biopsy should have the.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on KOMO

"The message denial is now the fiftyfirst state more from komos corwin hey governor inslee is making it clear he and the other fourteen governors who have now joined the us climate alliance are not planning to secede from the union and form their own country because power constitutional problem at the moment body if they did he says it will be a pretty big country we will be the third largest economy of any nation in the world inslee shared a stage with governor andrew cuomo of new york to welcome north carolina as the fifteenth member of the alliance cuomo says denial is so prevalent in washington d c it has become the fiftyfirst state why the state of the nyawira the fiftyfirst state lose a practical reason if you deny a problem then there's nothing to solve inslee says states can and are now acting on their own to meet the agreements of the paris climate accord the deal from which president trump has withdrawn not backing up one centimetre free pera sets humphrey bogart said will always heiress corwin haeck komo news bill in barack obama shares stage in new york city today the philanthropist and former president kicked around ideas for sharing progress on global health and poverty to have any thoughts on how we get this more positive sense of progress going on what how we would get that word out you're you're talking to somebody who who for seven years tried to get the word x about forty percent of covered and believe me until i was gone and then suddenly they believed it the events hatched by bill and melinda gates foundation aid to showcase gender equality and technological advances democratic us senator patty murray had been working with republican senator lamar alexander in an attempt to come to a bipartisan compromise fixing the healthcare law murray tells us league convert close to a deal the republican senate leaders halted their talks seek had they have determined that what they wanted put on let capable next week another trumpcare bill on pitted ferry advocating i i i don't understand the politics of.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on The Thrive Global Podcast

The Thrive Global Podcast

02:18 min | 4 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on The Thrive Global Podcast

"So for example in one centimeter of your lower colon lives in works as many microbes as many bacteria as the total number of all humans who have ever been born but we think of ourselves as greater than bacteria where we're of course where great where he was there just singlecelled organisms yet if you get those bacteria upset then there in charge of your life they will send you to the bathroom every seven minutes okay so first of all there's there's that they there are occasions where they're in charge of you but who are you to them you to them however big your ego is all you are to them is a dark vessel of anaerobic fecal matter it's all you are to them and like i said if you get them upset they'll tell you so but more important both of you both of us we and the bacteria need one another they do our digesting for us without them we would not have a digestive tract without us they would have no place to live so rather than think of ourselves as above and beyond the bacteria when i think of ourselves as participants in the story of life and when you realize that you can't run around saying i'm different because i'm human and i'm better and you're not human your some other animal you are less than i am we are participants in this in this echoes sphere and the the sooner we learn that the more we can get busy figuring out how to make sure this echo sphere remains intact we are borrowing it from our descendants when they inherited they can think highly rather than badly of their ancestors as being good shepherds rather than bad of their fate so are you able to keep these cosmic perspective even let's say guignols stuck in traffic so he thought oh i am as lob moving line in the glass energy our show is starter traffic and the cosmic perspective is earth from space you can't even see streets.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"More microbes more bacteria then the total number of humans who have ever been born in your lower get one centimeter of your lower gut so you can say well i'm greater than the bacteria because i am human and they're just bacteria however if you upset the bacteria there in charge they'll tell you how often they're going to send you to the bathroom okay as it every seven minutes is at your preference are every twelve so then you realize that to them you're darkened anaerobic vessel of fecal matter that would ever like that most people them so so and then you realize okay however important i think i am i'm just as vessel to the back through the bacteria but in fact we need each other did they digest your food for you that's right you are a vessel in which they thrive so so you're not greater or lesser than they are we are participants in the same biological entity that's a cosmic perspective so we are important and we are special not because were different but because where the same i had a message year so maybe that was operating deeply within me because i just did not feel i had to fight anybody to defend my honor my jer manhood near i even playing basketball somebody elbows you it's not my job every river granger it's like sorry and then you i keep plan it's an i i just didn't care plus i i know you know tony you name i get mad mad they are finding that obama give us a very hair limbs those halo there are.

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"one centimeter" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"one centimeter" Discussed on AFP: American Family Physician Podcast

"All right our next feature article is perry taunts ler abscess from drgalileo toe from desmoinesiowait'sfriday afternoon in your office and you walk into the exam room to see the last patient as a 23yearold he appears l reports having a fever and he has worsening throw paint especially on the right side of his mouth and has some dysphasia when you go to examine him he has a hard time opening his mouth thealso have a hot potato voice yes he does it unfortunately sounds like you're patient may have a period consular abscess the diagnosis of this condition is based on clinical presentation and physical exam pertonne slur abc's can occur in all age groups with they're actually more common and adults between the ages of 20 in 40 the differential diagnosis includes perry consular seitis retro frenjal abscess retro moeller abscess infectious mano it can be epa glut titus especially in ghettos and yo plazagms like former carcinoma mano has been reported as a coinfection and 15 to six percent of perrytuncer obsessed cases all right so if you've made the diagnosis of perry tonsil are abscess your next step is drainage with either needle aspiration or an eye indy an exception of this step is an obsessed which is smaller than one centimeter which may not require drainage in some cases a tonsilectomy may occur at the same time of the procedure or we after this procedure has to take place in a setting where possible airway complications can be managed and a patient can be.

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