35 Burst results for "One Hundred Years"
McCarthy Blocked From Speakership as House Moves to Second Ballot
"So I'm following it so you don't have to That's my job here the vote on the House floor It's going to move to a second ballot for the first time in one hundred years because Kevin McCarthy did not have the votes on the first ballot I think that the establishment Republicans are like stunned and stunned disbelief That conservatives up on Capitol Hill who wanted a more conservative speaker actually voted like they said they were going to vote
Kirk Cameron and Eric Encourage Parents to Consider Homeschooling
"To people. I talked to a woman here in Manhattan. You know, super educated, whatever and I said, she said, what would you do? If you had a young kid, and I said, I'm telling you what I would do. Homeschooling, number one, absolutely number one. She says, oh, I'm not qualified. I thought you're crazy. You're more qualified than anybody. Like, you know, people. That's right. Always act like, wow, that's like, that's like asking me to do brain surgery. I'm not qualified. It's like, no, it's not brain surgery. It's teaching your kids, and there are all kinds of ways that today you can get help in doing that. It's not like that's right. That's right. You're not living on an island somewhere, and you're not trying to duplicate the school classroom in your house. Imagine, imagine if you could educate your kids in such a way where you knock down the walls, the whole world becomes your classroom and you're in community with like minded people who love your values who love this country who consider it a blessing to be able to teach your kids who they are and how they fit into the world to accomplish great purposes, that is what homeschooling is like. And you can lean into your children's strengths and learning styles in community and there are curriculums that are written by educators with PhDs and co ops and networks and conferences that help you. And this is how America was built, folks. For the first hundred years, they didn't have a national Department of Education. In fact, that's prohibited by the constitution for the very reasons we're seeing today. That's their rotting the minds and souls of American children, despite what parents actually want. Yeah, and
Simone Biles to Testify Against FBI in Larry Nassar Case
"Biles and three other prominent. Us gymnasts are scheduled to testify on capitol hill today. Npr's carrie johnson reports. Lawmakers are examining the fbi's failure to fully investigate. Dr larry nassar following abuse complaints. The justice department inspector general says the fbi failed to act with urgency after received tips. About larry nassar in two thousand fifteen in all more than two hundred fifty women have since. Come forward to say that. Nassar sexually abused them as girls or young athletes including gymnast. Simone biles michaela maroney maggie nicols and allie razman all. Four women are expected to testify before the senate judiciary committee. Lawmakers say they're probing fundamental mistakes by the fbi that allowed nassar to continue to prey on young people. He's been sentenced to more than one hundred years in
Are Scientists Really Worried About Climate Change?
"Scientists. I don't know how many real scientists if people in your audience now but The scientists. I know who deal with climate. They don't think the scientists settled. They really don't. They're afraid to say much of anything because they get stomped on if they don't toe the line and they don't get government grants which aren't the life of modern science getting money from the government. You know eisenhower warned against this in his spare well-dressed having this happen exactly what has happened so sciences thoroughly politicized but a lot of people. I know when you get them down in the soundproof room. Where they they will big exciting. We really don't we really can't justify the kinds of apocalyptic pronouncements that are made even by the un and other such organizations let alone your local crazy so We expertise is caving in on itself. Is it's a what glenn reynolds of instant fame. The already trained the k. Through twelve implosion. But the all the professions are imploding at partly because they don't place around ranks that that was one of the practices back in one hundred years or so ago. When this whole expert knowledge things started to take all the experts. They were credential daily but they also police up. They had this thing called peer review.
New York Governor Hochul Commits To "Open, Ethical Governing" in First Speech
"Barracks new governor war white today in honor of the women's suffrage movement in her first day on the job as governor of new york she is. New york's first woman governor and the first new york governor in over one hundred years from new york's second largest city buffalo after three consecutive governors. Who were men from new york. City governor kathy hotel represents a change in culture in that office in more ways than one thinking with a dramatic change in culture the accountability and no tolerance for individuals. Who crossed the line today. I'm directing an overhaul of state government policies on sexual harassment and ethics starting with requiring that all training be done live instead of a long click their way through a class in a new era of transparency and one of my hallmarks of my administration. Who to me. It's very simple. Will focus on open. Ethical governing that new yorkers will trust. I'll sign an executive order requiring ethics training for every employee of new york state government which shockingly is not required across the
Survivors grapple with aftermath of deadly Tennessee flood
"More than twenty people are known dead others are missing since flash floods touched off by a record rain roared through a rule Tennessee county the slow moving storms seemingly parked over Humphreys county Tennessee the seventeen inch day lose Saturday a record for the state resulting in flash floods rolling through the small towns of Waverly and make you one Anna Mae's held on to the door frame over home in Waverly water up to her chin I thought I was blown out loud screaming and howling Jody Starkey from the same neighborhood says the flood killed people in homes across the street from hers we could see these people on their porches and I think in my mind that they thought they were safe that the water was not going to get that high meteorologists and climate scientists say such one hundred year or even one thousand year floods are becoming more common because of climate change I'm Tim acquire
"one hundred years" Discussed on Pine Knoll SSL (High Quality MP3)
"To protect yourself not to enter into that suffering and share in it and remember suffering share the suffering huffed we protect ourselves from being hurt by saying but it's his fault because it himself it's sorta seemed well. He got what he deserved and the moment. We are confronted with human suffering and we start assigning blame. It's not very helpful. It doesn't help person and it doesn't help us to be more sensitive to remember in the previous lesson house. Spending thirteen years in prison made joseph sensitive to the suffering of others. I the guy con- see what's going on with his brothers and then he can see that. Somebody else is dejected. Feeling down and says. Can i help you is what's going on. You didn't sleep well tonight. See much more sensitive. And in spite of the fact that he's the most powerful men of egypt pharaoh he can still treat brothers nicely in spite of the fact that they mistreated him in the past. Rusty it's funny. The story reminds me. I was raised in a family where you had established fault blamed for example the milkis build and you have to decide who's fault to avoid clean it up. And it's kinda like the disciples arisen in that same kind of family. Nothing's changed you just just in there to change. They wanna do is faulted fault i. It's interesting how that goes. Yes and it's a human nature. And sigmund freud would say except the defense mechanism it helps us it protects us from being overwhelmed with pain of someone else. I have enough on my plate. Don't bother me with your pain. So it's after all your fault so deal with it yourself. Don't bring it to me and the problem is that it makes you insensitive person now. Imagine how sensitive jesus is just imagined. How t are- makes us insensitive in the times in which we live so two hundred one hundred years ago or two hundred five hundred years ago humanity did not have this tool you were only exposed to the evil or bad things that happen in your village and indu time you might hear that there was a war somewhere else or there was an earthquake in the kingdom nearby but it took time before the news ride and if something bad happened in.
Madame De Florian's Abandoned Apartment
"Do flurry and lived in a fifteen hundred square foot apartment for most of her life. It was located near the red light district putting her right in the middle of the action during the bell. Talk sadly to flurry and passed away in that home in one thousand nine hundred thirty nine. Leaving on re to handle her affairs he then began living in the same apartment himself along with his own daughter but she fled paris in one thousand nine hundred eighty two and moved to the south of france in doing so. She left her father and the apartment behind her and never looked back. It was believed that on relive there until he died in nineteen sixty six. But even that wasn't enough to bring her back for a visit despite not once returning to the property even after her father's death she chose to pay the rent each month for the next forty four years. She died in two thousand ten at the age of ninety one with no one left to claim ownership of the apartments nor its contents it was opened up by the executors of her will to a local auctioneer and what he found albeit under a thick layer of dust astounded him. The apartment had been untouched for decades. It was filled to the brim with elegant furniture. One hundred years old or more in the bedroom. They found a four poster bed complete with canopy. A massive vanity had been tucked into the corner on top of which sat empty bottles and cannisters as well as an array of hairbrushes in the kitchen glassware pots pans and cutlery. All of it's still in place as though it had been waiting for. Its owner to come home. There was a giant stuffed ostrich in one room along with some mickey mouse and porky pig dolls all made before the second world war and artwork paintings of all shapes and sizes hung on the walls. Some had been leaned against furniture. And we're even seated on chairs across from each other like they'd been having a conversation. The peace to resist however was one particular painting. The portrait of the apartments original owner. Madame de fleury on painted by the master of swish himself. Giovanni bodini in the end. It seems the auctioneers hadn't unlocked in apartment door at all. He'd unearthed the time capsule that nobody knew had existed for over seventy
Wildfire Incinerates Historic California Town
"Massive wildfire that destroyed historic california town overnight continues burning out of control tonight. The dixie fire tore through the town of greeneville yesterday in new evacuation orders have now been issued for the surrounding area. Nbc news correspondent. Steve patterson has the latest on the devastation. Tonight a wildfires brad leaving another california town in greenville california destroyed a town of about eight hundred. That stood since the gold rush. It was scary. It was like you know. One of those Elliptic movies you see with fire and wind people going everywhere overnight. Those powerful red flag wins the dixie fire. Tearing through town you can see. The scope of the devastation. Residents were told to evacuate but not everybody. Did we'll firefighters are getting guns. Pulled out on them because people don't wanna evacuate at three hundred twenty two thousand acres. The dixie fire is now the size of los angeles and the sixth largest fire in california history more than sixty structures burned with the number expected to rise. There were a couple of towers of flame twice as always the trees just huge towers flame and tonight firefighters on the front lines of a new threat. That growing river fire is in an area that hasn't seen flames in one hundred years with drought brittle brush ready to ignite a plea for those in the past to evacuate. Should the time come on get allowed back in there. And it's either standing or as cash. That's one little hitters with the fire at the doorstep of another community another tense and uncertain night lies ahead.
2021s Biggest Air Show by Any Measure
"Been day wherever you are. Welcome to aviation week's check six and business and commercial aviation podcast. I'm all mcmillan. Managing editor of business aviation for aviation week joining me today is lindsay beauregard. Mri editor and mike elaborate director of enter royal production. The three of us are here in oshkosh wisconsin at the world's biggest air show a era venture oshkosh and it is the sixty eighth show this year. It's also the first one in two years since last year show is cancelled because of the cove in nineteen pandemic and tell you what The organizers say that in a normal year on sunday before the show there's about five thousand airplanes that fly in this year. The number is eight thousand. And they're saying that attendances back to twenty nineteen levels and the mood seems very enthusiastic and excited to be back. Mike this is your first time here and then see this society. This'll be my second one. My i was twenty nine thousand. Nine hundred and lindsey. You had unexciting morning morning today at the show. Yeah yeah. I did too right along for my first amer. Aaron bad flight the sixty six era stars so we flew in three experts or one hundred series aircraft They're very lightweight and they're good for robotics and go upside down aircraft and it was a whole lot. One says the maneuvers. They'll be air show at some of them yes so weeding. He did loops weeded. Barrel rolls At one point one of the aircraft lou underneath another one one of those numbers and i spoke to them afterwards and the current team of three has been together for five years but apparently to them pollen harvey have been finding it for twenty years so collectively between the three of them they have been flying as phillips sixty six eurostars for one hundred years
A Heartbreaking Novel About Mothers, Daughters and Secrets
"Elizabeth egan joins us now to talk about her latest. Pick for group taxed. Hey liz hi pam i thanks for having me. What's the book. The book is called. I couldn't love you more. And it's by esther freud. This is her ninth novel. And it's a book about three generations of women kind of circulating between ireland and england and the first one is a woman named ika. We get to know her in the nineteen thirties than her daughter. Roseline in the nineteen fifties and then a woman who we find out. And i'm not giving anything away that you won't learn fairly early in the book is kate who and we meet her in. Nineteen ninety-one and roseline is the linchpin of the whole story. She becomes pregnant in her early twenties and winds up in a home in ireland outside of cork a mother and baby home. Run by nuns. Who force her to give up her daughter kate for adoption and so the book is the story of these three women. And how e phi is continuing to look for roseline who disappears and kate is looking for roseline. She's looking for birth mother. And it's this incredibly powerful story about mothers and daughters and also an interesting and really heartbreaking. Look at what was happening in ireland at the time that really went on for about one hundred years where the catholic church ran the. They were like prisons for women who were in trouble in some in some way and they forced women to change their names and to give up their babies. And it's an incredibly heartbreaking walk at that legacy of secrecy.
Rosebud Sioux Tribe Brings Remains of Children Home From Former Boarding School
"The rosebud sioux tribe in south dakota welcomed home the remains of children who died more than one hundred years ago at the carlisle indian school in pennsylvania native youth and their mentors repatriated the remains from carlisle last week and escorted them home. A four hour. Service was streamed online saturday where people gathered at the tribes college quilts photographs and other items line. The front of the gym for each of the nine children brought home. The service included speakers songs an honoring before the remains were escorted out to the burial site by native youth veterans and the community. They were placed in graves in buffalo robes and buried on the rosebud reservation.
Getting the Most From Your Self Tanner
"For me who's been tanning for one hundred years i still. I'm not great of blending at my mom's like the what's this thing called the hands and and it's really because then i do the same sometimes especially if i've been drinking and then someone goes. You have a beauty. Put teddy newton. It had ten. It's like well you know what we all make mistakes. And it's and the ankle's a hot as well. So i've got a couple of relatively foolproof formulas but i still want you to practice the model car. Natural tan is in the bright pink shoob. It's like a hot cold gradual tan. So they calling a regular tan. And it's a clear watt formula. Actually put it on last night. Because i just want a little something something. It's a beautiful like a berry light glow. You wouldn't even know and like. I didn't blend very well but it's a really beautiful formula. It's no itchy itchy to smell you from across no. It's smelly won the acre ten winter. Skin is a gradual. That's really great. You could be all that up the la- tan classic farm. It's unclear so it's a lot ten but it's clear formula so you don't get any god call us just make sure you blending well. The all of paradise tanning drops. So this is literally customizing anything you put them into. Pop them into somebody lotion in customize and you could build over a few nights just to get that right ten and i practice practice practice.
The 1914 Visit That Changed Australia
"So do australians have a show really enthusiasm for scientists and does it. Matter will consider a book based on a visit over one hundred years ago when three shiploads of scientists from the british association here and thousands turned out. It was like the beatles. Fifty years later professor linnet. Russell is director of indigenous studies at monash and book is called a trip to the dominions. The scientific event that changed australia net russell. I'm fascinated to hear that. The british association advancement of science which is similar to the one. We used to have an aesthetic or dan's s. And of course the triple. As in america which is still going strong is one hundred ninety now and was just before the first world war nineteen fourteen. I think it was three phipps and one hundred seventy. Five scholars came out to australia for war. What was the purpose. What was the plan. There's a couple of things that the federal government really wanted to do. The first thing was they wanted to showcase australian science so they were keen to bring these scholars almost overwhelmingly min to australia. So that they could show off. Innocence thou- early development of science and they were very very excited about the opportunity it had been talked about for several decades prior to the actual nine hundred fourteen meeting because they had in the nineteenth century thought about whether or not they could get to australia and in fact went to south africa. And the thing that really amazed me as well beyond the scale with the ships and all the rest of it is that when the various scholars from britain arrived they had public events to which thousands turned up even then. It is absolutely astonishing. If you look in the back of the report there are literally thousands upon thousands of names and these are sort of just ordinary everyday people their mechanics for many palms and their schoolteachers from essendon and from someone from q. And this is the melbourne part. And they've got just so many average people who obviously had a great interest in science and we're very cain to come in here from the world's greatest scientists
A 100-Year-Old's Birthday Wish: Act on Climate Change
"The most critical issue humankind faces. And we're not doing anywhere near enough. Tom swain has seen a lot in his one hundred years on planet earth. He's been an insurance executive a city mayor. He even headed a state agency but it is eighties when most octogenarians might be enjoined quiet years. Tom began a quest to climate. Change awareness that journey lead to the creation of the swain climate policy series at the university of minnesota's humphrey school of public affairs. Why does this self-described small government conservative. So actively pursue climate change solutions. Tom swain happy one hundredth birthday this month and welcome to climate cast and crew. Tell us about the focus of the swain climate policy series at the university of minnesota's humphrey. School what. I turned two hundred or about to turn a hundred people. Ask me what i wanted to do. And my birthday. And i said i want more awareness and involvement on the whole issue of climate crisis. 'cause i think is the most critical issue humankind faces and we're not doing anywhere near enough. In order to prevent what ultimately some people see is the earth becoming uninhabitable. You've been a corporate executive. You've been a local mayor You've described yourself as a small government conservative for most of your one hundred years. Why do you see climate change solutions as good for our economy and our lifestyle. I'm not thought about it quite as much in terms of its impact on economy. Our lifestyle. I just think that the current generation is for the most part on this issue and expecting the next generation to deal with the critical issues
The Science Of Measuring Audience Engagement With Dr. Nick Hobson
"Nikki said yesterday. One of the things that stuck out to me. And i i asked you to put a pin in. It was talking about your ability to evaluate and use data to understand what somebody's sort of mental status. Or what their psychology. What goes into their decision. Making let spend a little time talking about that. How do you figure out or i guess. What are the variables that you think about. When you're trying to understand what someone's decision making looks like so you can start from the very beginning which we also do in the beginning and we say if we had to sort of lay out every single reason every single psychological state every sort of internal process. That actually happens if we could some weird futuristic world which maybe we're not so far away from because you probably get there. We could look at them on a screen or on the table and say these are the ten. These are the twenty or whatever number it is that matter most in predicting some sort of important dot com that's the ideal sort of state we want now human behavior and the human mind in the human brain is infinitely complex. And although we've come a long way in the last one hundred years in particular the last twenty years since sort of neuroscience and cognitive neuroscience technology. There's so much to be done to get to a really great point where we have a great deal of accuracy so you start from that point and then the question for us is okay. What is that number is defined is. The two three is twenty-five we don't know. And we use very fancy statistical modeling things that's called factor analysis and other sort of more advanced modeling guesses relevant. Ai and machine learning and we basically prove or show with a degree of confidence that these are the number of things and this is what they are. Now go and collect data ankle zero. How strong they are with a group of individuals so the second that you said neuro science my pea brain got intimidated started blackout and not able to comprehend the various factors. So i understand. And i'll put this in layman terms. We could take pictures of the brain right now and we can get actual data to see what drives activity so we provide stimulation and understand what's happening in the brain and then start to use data from what stimulus is being driven to figure out some idea of decision making
Is There a Haunted Lake Near Oregon's Very Own Area 51?
"And what many people call oregon's area fifty one not far from oregon's lincoln city downtown is the six hundred and eighty five acre devil's lake. One hundred years ago. It was called indian bay. That is until it was invaded by an evil spirit. Said that indian warriors attempted to cross late one night when returning from a hunting trip never reached the other side subtler till i'll how tentacles came out of the water wrapped around the indians canoe and pulled them under to this day. Many locals will not approach the lake at night. Although the devils like monster hasn't been seen in a hundred years it said that dust the spirits of the warriors can be viewed at the water's edge searching for their canoes continued travelling north from lincoln city on route eighteen. And you enter the twelve mile van doozer cord or where it said you'll pass by oregon's own area. Fifty one many drivers using a corridor as a commute to lincoln city. Say they often feel like their cars being driven by an unseen force. Some reports seen lights in the sky. Others say they've seen people along the road who disappeared before there is. These are business men and women. This could be attributed to the haunting of a ghost town along the corridor. Just east rose lodge. But perhaps he's reports aren't supernatural to hikers in the woods parallel to the corridor claim to have spotted a military base locals. Report that forested road branching off the twelve mile corridor recently was blocked off and there actually is a government testing facility not far from that section of route eighteen lights in the sky people disappearing an unseen force. It takes over passing cars. Next time you visit oregon's lincoln city be sure to visit devil's lake and drive the twelve miles of van doozer corridor. Then you decide supernatural or the results of testing at a secret government base now joe out of bright
Firmly in Control, China's Communist Party Marks Centenary
"It is one hundred years today since the chinese communist party. The ep came into being. It was created as a result of ironically western influences from the likes of marxist intellectuals so what does today's ccp sand for and how does it influence. Play out in modern day china. Well it's tell us more. I'm joined by the ceo of china dialogue isabel hilton and sophia. Yan telegraphs correspondent in beijing to regular voices on monocle. Twenty four welcome back. Good morning tea both. Good morning isabel. If i could begin with you just explain to us how the communist party came about. Well the the first meeting of the communist party the one. We're celebrating although mao. Actually when he was asked couldn't quite remember the date so this date is slightly arbitrary It it was twelve people Twelve chinese delegates one soviet and one common tern representative who met in the french concession in shanghai for a few days until the shanghai till the french secret police took an interest. They then reconvened on a boat on a nearby lake and that technically was the founding meeting the ideas themselves had been swirling around pretty much since the fall of the qing dynasty which was not the ching dynasty that the the last imperial dynasty china Phalle as a result of quite another revolution which which the communists had nothing to do with But the the swirl of ideas. Since i guess about eighteen sixty in china about how china needed to reform amongst the many threads that were that was Was marxism along with ideas about democracy science. All kinds of different discussions were going on in china and this one Emerge with soviet assistance into the communist party.
Trump's Company Could Face Criminal Charges in New York City
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting former president trump's company could face criminal charges in New York City criminal charges may be evidence against former president Donald trump's company The New York Times citing sources familiar with the matter reports the Manhattan district attorney may file charges as early as next week related to fringe benefits the trump organization gave to top executives trump organization attorney Ron Fischetti told the Associated Press Friday he met virtually with prosecutors Thursday and charges would not be unexpected the Jedi added that looking back over one hundred years of cases they found no case in which a corporation was indicted for fringe benefits perks given by companies to valued employees are not illegal but benefits considered compensation are subject to income tax hi Mike Rossio
"one hundred years" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"A lot of the other ones maybe too slowly but i think in good faith are now looking for ways to change their policies and especially their platform designs in ways. That will be more pro social and will reward sharing stuff. That's true instead of stuff. That's false that will try to root out the fake identities the bots in the trolls. And i'm especially interested in facebook's oversight board which is kind of a supreme court that's trying to set accountable rules for how people behave on facebook and social media. That's how we got out of this one hundred years ago We set up rules of the road. We had institutions in journalism and elsewhere. That said you know what. Let's have ethics codes. let's have guidelines. Let's be transparent. Let's set expectations for how you behavior and overtime. That actually worked because it created an environment people wanted to be a did not feel manipulated by if anything works. It's going to be that. So i see these. Companies as potential allies that have to be drawn even deeper into the process of reform. If an only facebook uses the judgment of the oversight board as precedent setting and to end would apply them off facebook rather than the case by case basis basis. Which is seems to me. They're approaching this with. I mean i. Maybe i should have you back to the debate. The oversight board here but with that. I'm so afraid that we've we've run out of time. The new book is called the constitution of knowledge and defense. Truth we've got an excerpt of it at on point radio dot org jonathan row. It's been a great pleasure to speak with you. Thank you so much for coming on the show. I enjoyed it so much. And i'd be happy to come back anytime. I'm meghna chakrabarti. This is on point.
"one hundred years" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence in Industry
"We don't understand the is just like we don't understand the ways of god and theological the kinds of things. The way i is is doing the best for us. We don't really understand how it's doing the best for us. The fact that they i just stumped on us in this way you know really the i must be doing the best for moves in mysterious waves. Your right we believe in the eye but even though it stomped on us in some way and that's seemed bad at the time but really it must be doing the right thing in a sense. The good news is humans. Don't have that much trouble with thinking those kinds of terms. So it's not like when the i you know acts in that kind of way people are going to say. Oh my gosh. This is so different than we've ever had before you know it's really not it's really the same story but on the other hand it doesn't feel like you say but now it's been built with technology. Now it's got science in it and so on it's got to be really different. Yeah it's not so the thing the senses. I kind of want to doesn't pick the time in history which one is born and there's a question of you know if one is born at different times in history. Is it like draft. I was born in one hundred years too early or one hundred years to light. And so i can't lead a fulfilled life and you know at the time when i was born and i think one of the things that you know one has a certain people like me who think a lot about building the future so to speak. It's like gosh. It be so exciting to see this future but actually i think the thing to realize which i think is is a nice realization is given who you are so to speak and what your set of goals that are sort of imprinted on you.
"one hundred years" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"If they find that you have anything a pitcher has anything that he's using any kind of substance with pay by the way ten days not ten games and with pay while they're cracking down. Do not mess with the baseball players association. Yes if you get caught cheating we're sending you on vacation and we're paying for it now. You take that hope you learned your lesson. S i did. I did take ten days off. Keep your pay take ten days off. Yes it's just the shame that you're going to have to live with shame show. Maybe they should do that if you get caught and getting shame everybody into the bullpen. Shame yesterday and you're not gonna miss one start. You're probably gonna to start talking. Yes yes mclovin. Yeah go down to kabul and think about what you yes yes yeah that rule ten game suspension has been in play for over one hundred years there in the original rules baseball. There were well over one hundred years ago. Were written no player. Show intentionally discolor or damage the ball by reading it with soil rosin paraffin liquorice sandpaper emery paper and other foreign substances the umpire. That should tell you. How old this is this. This is in the new role. Liquorice looks like three fingers. Brown has got liquorice on this ball. Prohibition we'll have no doctoring. The baseball the umpires shall demand the ball and remove the offender from the game and the offender shall be suspended automatically for ten games. Okay this is a new rule. There's there's nothing to see here. It's ten days and you get paid. Wow that's a deterrent. Wasn't the first time you got caught with steroids. Was it like three game suspension..
"one hundred years" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"Well certainly close to materials science. Except that again. I have a sort of a particular point of view on this way. I figure it is when i talked to students. Trying to explain the difference between science and engineering Obviously there's a continuum there's no hard and fast boundary between science and engineering but in general physics in particular is concerned with trying to understand the rules. What are the organizing principles. What are the rules that govern how matter behaves and then engineering is okay. We understand the rules and now we have a particular problem of utility that we're trying to solve so let's do something clever in leverage the rule the understanding of the rules that we have to solve a problem so so these are related things. But they're not the same But is a solid state physics as you mentioned as it used to be called this. There's so many applications salsa Everything that the do today The are feeling it and so So in that sense applied applied physics. Is it. it doesn't have to be applied. i mean i think there can be applied. Certainly certainly many aspects of knesset matter physics and even atomic molecular and optical physics are now applied and have been useful for technologies that we use every day but I think there are. There are just some really interesting Really interesting and fundamental properties that we learn about that that that come about in these contexts. I mean it's what's it was pretty interesting to me. Is that these days. There's there's actually a lot of Cross talk between the condensed matter world in high energy. Physics world right So somehow i guess yours what i would say. There's this tradition. That goes back. I suppose a bit over one hundred years of reductionism. You've got people have this idea that okay. If you want to understand matter you have to understand. The particles and fields out of which matter is built and that is eventually leads you to particle physics and trying to understand the ultimate time constituents of matter and i think the that's the reductionist approach right and the the emergence approach which is a compliments to that. Says well you know. Knowing the mass of the higgs boson tells me about why diamond is transparent in extremely good thermal conductor and the hardest material out there right End and the point is that there are in the same way that their organizing principles in high energy physics that people like to talk about about symmetry in about You know special..
"one hundred years" Discussed on RNZ: The Detail
"Will do as you're told about this man. Tony barrett tiny because he's kind of media shy doesn't like to lowest williams is a local democracy reporter on the west coast. She wrote that. Tony barrett is fiercely protective of his land and his privacy but he later tell his story and the hope of drawing attention to what he sees the injustice of the process. And so what happened. How did you persuade them to talk to you. It's on the coast. I think it's very much about trust and I was considered trustworthy by one of the council who knew him and he volunteered to take me to meet some sort of vouch for me. I wouldn't shaft them in some way and so he took me in a juice me and who is a really lovely cherub. He's a really very nice old gentleman. People talk about coast as often as being read next and so forth. And i think when you when you meet some of these people who are supposedly rednecks. They actually really lovely people. And they're very gentlemanly. They just have very strong views on certain things like they are in rights to do what they like on their own land and he was definitely one of the size you went to talk to him about significant natural areas or proposals for those. What was her story. His story was that his family had had found nears. This land for to really long generations. I mean they use them as asia's and they still had big stands of cockatoo. Lot of it. I think this region but the had large areas of nice bush and lowlands cockatiel some swamp which would have been swamped. once upon a time. They've done you know Sphagnum moss pecking there and they'd run casual. They had various of the beehives. There that use the land in various ways. And they're still all this forest and bush cover on it and you know his his feeling was just the government had absolutely in right to come and tell him after like eighty to one hundred years of his family owning this place that he needed to take it as far as he was concerned that already was but the fact is that it was his and he felt..
"one hundred years" Discussed on Social Pros Podcast
"When you look at a window right. I'm staring out my window looking out at downtown boston right now. That generally that view doesn't change freight it changes slowly over time and that view in my mind is like your brand. It is like overarching. Message that you're trying to put out there and it shouldn't change over time. I mean over time eventually. A building mogo up here go up there just like a little shift will happen in your brand but when you're thinking about what to do with your content day to day there are so many different ways to look at that picture you can focus on the colors in that picture right. Which could be talking about like the you can focus on the people that you see which could be like the people in your organization you can focus on. What did you look like one hundred years ago. What does it look like now. So you can focus on the history of it. You could focus on the shapes and colors so the kind of elements of the brand the values you can focus on like all the things that are all the squares the image. Okay here all these things that puts. I mean there's just so many different ways to look at the same picture of your brand that in my mind there really is an almost infinite number of things you can talk about with your your product. Your brand your service as long as you have clarity.
"one hundred years" Discussed on The Model Health Show
"I say that our genes expect us to connect with other people. This is not a joke. this is not hearsay. It is required for healthy cellular function on so many levels. We still don't even understand yet but we can talk about on the basis of healthy hormone function just being around other people for example in having social interaction healthy social interaction increases are levels of regenerative health. Affirming you call it. These quote anti-aging hormones are neurotransmitters are neuro. Peptides are hormones. All of these are changing based on our environment. The people were around. The thoughts were thinking like oxytocin for example when people are in close proximity with people that they that they love that they enjoy. Oxytocin just starts squirting out as many anti inflammatory anti aging benefits many anti-stress benefits. So i can go on on with why this is happening. But i most certainly once you take away from today that this is happening in community matters for longevity awareness of this epidemic of loneliness is the first step in changing it for the better and i really just want you to make an intention today to live a life that incorporates real world connection real world connection. It's wonderful. we have technology that we can quote stay connected but there's something missing. We didn't evolve with this. We need other people we need to be around other people it's required and so it's also keeping in mind like what if you don't have the people in your life that you really want to be around. Your tribe exists your tribe exists. This is the part of technology that can really help with because there's numerous tribes that connect with via social media online groups and things like that can ignite relationships but there's something vital about taking that tribal connection into the real world that simply can't be replaced. I so i just want you to make this as an intention that you put into your memory bank into your mental rolodex to pull up as your longevity equation which has intention to live a life that incorporates real world connections now most of the studies on centenarians people who live one hundred years are more conclude.
"one hundred years" Discussed on Science Salon
"Fossil fuels. Now we're not going to replace that overnight. I mean i'm going to burn down the house. Get rid of my cars. Take a bicycle wherever. I go and that means that. Don't go anywhere. I won't be flying anymore so i won't be doing that tomorrow so obviously we can't replace all of the also fuels in every country in any every industry overnight but if you look in the long run and long run twentieth forty years sixty years one hundred years. It's hard to know We we have made remarkable improvements in her energy technologies. People think of solar and wind but also batteries. Simple things like improve batteries. So you could generate. I mean so. Obviously solar and wind depend on the time of day the weather and so on. So you can we needed. We need our power at night. And some is in china at night so we knees batteries to store and his batteries become more efficient vastly more efficient. The last two decades that allows our renewable power to be stored news in my.
"one hundred years" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Now it's time for the last word with lawrence o. Donald good evening lawrence very rachel and thank you for bringing steve kornacki back to television. It's been a couple of years has feels like was like that doesn't it isn't it. I know it's definitely been. It's been long enough. That i definitely couldn't wear the same pants that i war the last time i talked to him. But apparently he's a time warp and his pants fit finding he's got He's got the one pant So so we are. We are very used to that happed but he wears. But hey it's a it's a remarkable. That's remarkable semi predictable result in new mexico tonight but so far a stronger than expected showing for the democrat at the end of our hour. We will see exactly where the vote stands. And we're gonna do it without steve kornacki which means i might have to take my jacket off. I'm not sure we'll we'll see how we do. Okay if you stand up and take your jacket off you will. I don't even want to be here for the ratings coming in tomorrow. It's going to be very overwhelming. Yeah okay you've you've made me reconsider the whole thing. Okay thank you. Rachel thank you. Thank you in tulsa oklahoma. Today president biden described what he called a truly unprecedented assault on our democracy and he was talking about voting rights when he said that but he went to tulsa today to mark an assault. That happened there. One hundred years ago these two assaults one hundred years apart are both driven by white supremacy. That is what is behind both of the assaults. The president biden talked about today. The one that happened one hundred years ago was violent. Murderous attack on the black neighborhood of greenwood that became a massacre of black people so huge that no official count was kept of the number of dead black bodies after that white supremacist attack. One hundred years ago. America's white supremacist like the people of tulsa who massacred their black neighbors not only did not want black people to vote. They did not want them to breathe. They did not want them. To live the white supremacists of tulsa did not just take away black people's right to vote. They took away black people's right to life one night were night changed..
"one hundred years" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"You know down at the end of the table and you know it's it's really. It's really a family friendly place and it's a great golf course and you know i think it speaks for itself that we've been there for one hundred years And in a small slash big town. That's pretty interesting. Yeah it is. it is for sure. Clear carter membership director the greeley country club..
"one hundred years" Discussed on Vroom Vroom Veer with Jeff Smith
"Yes read the new earth. Or i've read the new earth and the power of now our of now so when i read that and i don't know if you accepted this proposition or not but i don't remember which book it was in. But he said something about how he realized that a very low point right when he was on that bench and he and he couldn't stand himself right he was. There can't be to me's there can't be right that right you remember this. Yeah right. And then he was like he then he had the built this whole philosophy of how your not your story. You're not right right. And and that that really it. I i kinda wanted to believe it and couldn't for a longtime agreed. I also am a huge advocate. A huge believer in the four agreements. And right right right. And i've been reading and listening to the four agreements. What seems like one hundred years and it's only been the last takes. Yeah wild years. I live them now and they make so much sense to me..
"one hundred years" Discussed on Addiction Unlimited Podcast | Alcoholism | 12 Steps | Living Sober | Addiction Treatment
"Can you smoke pot and still consider yourself sober especially now that marijuana is coming legal in so many places and i'm like you know that's just not my decision to make for anybody else. I can only make that decision for myself. I don't want to smoke pot. I like having a clear signal as i say. Keep the signal clear. But yeah i. I know i also own men. Sober living houses and i've worked in addiction for one hundred years in i've had so many of these conversations with people who were opium addict or iv meth users. And things like that who come out of that and have some drinks and they still consider themselves clean. No heck yes. I consider you clean to like. We're going the right direction. Yeah i'm always mindful to not trade addictions right like you were talking about. Then you're taking xanax like we can easily trade addictions but i just appreciate that you talked about that in it such a personal journey that you have to figure out for yourself and what feels right and we all get to our different milestones in different ways. Yeah yeah yeah totally. And i believe that that there's the words all mean something a little bit different like recovery sobriety clean and none of them mean more than the other one being in recovery. You could just be in recovery from heroin. that's fine. that's a good place to be. That's where i was and it was good. It was better. You know and for some people that may actually be the place that they need to be and they may never need to be sober. You know For myself. I did need to be sober from absolutely everything noticing. Mind altering everybody has to be that way right. Oh and you can still be in recovery. I go eve. I think the comparison comes to because people predominantly think a n. A. right because those are the most known programs and that was the other thing. I pointed out in my last conversation but i was like..
"one hundred years" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"You are as sophisticated as you are. Even you didn't know all the ins and outs or hit. Forgotten them along the way i would never say i know everything about insurance i would never say i know anything about my profession. What i can do is tell you where to go. Find the answer. ended in the research. We research it but again. But i'm telling my viewers in my listeners. Is that pull out those policies. Take a look at yes. All the companies find out what those benefits are. Find out if you can literally you know. Look at your coverage is too whereas you've maybe you can tweak those coverages limits whereas you can literally lower that monthly premium. Yeah because a lot of companies are doing that right now. Another thing that. And now i'm gonna get we're in the realme feelings here so you can correct me if the facts are otherwise but my feeling is about so many insurance guys not tyrone french but so many other guys they sign you up and they forget about you to. They don't call up and say things have changed. There's a new policy out this new thing and maybe it's just because they don't wanna let let sleeping dogs lie. I don't wanna bring it up and evaluated again. But shouldn't we be pulling all of these policies out looking at a months-long calling up your agent and saying let's review our matt. Is this really. The best policy is there. Anything has changed in my life in the world of policies. Something newer cheaper better different. Whatever i i don't i and my agent. I had an insurance agent for a car agent for one hundred years. Not once. has he ever called me up. And say hey. Let's review your policy. And you know paul In in their defense a lot of insurance agents will send you a birthday card. Yeah or they'll they'll send you a christmas card or something like that. But like i say yeah they don't send you a statement based on reviewing your policy and you got to understand that a lot of these agents meek included..
"one hundred years" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"The bank is to go bankrupt. So i to be before the next guy. I want to be the first in line. Same thing you can say about a mutual fund. Even though it's not as extreme as it used to be one hundred years ago with a banks But but this mechanism is still there. In the fund is holding these illiquid assets and other investors are taking the money out than the cost of liquidating the assets in paying them are going to be imposed on me so basically i want to go and take my money out before i think adults are going to do it. So in other words are interacting the fundamental with the illiquidity of the assets gives us this additional layer by which investment of the actual performance most warmly. When they think that they're going to be held more by the behavior of adults right right. Do you see any policy implications here utah from a federal respected. Yes Absolutely you know One of the I would say most successful policies that has been done in. The history of banking is deposit. Insurance today's The fed realized our days. It's the fdic who's doing deposit insurance. They realized you know. It's really a vicious force. he'll posted those thinking. Those are gonna take the money out. I'm gonna there. They rushed to take the money out before others in it committed. Come out of nowhere and blow up the bank. So what we're going to do is put in place this deposit insurance basically say look if if the bank goes out of business you will be ensured a silt and amount and this did i would say miracles in terms of coming down the the banking industry and you see much lower fragility after that however deposit insurance also has its downsides right Many people have blamed deposit insurance for encouraging banks to take too much risk so called moral hustled problem. So it's really about finding the balance. How much Deposit insurance you wanna put in so that you would use this element of panic But at the same time you know it doesn't cost you too much because at the end of the day you have to pay it will cost you a lot and also that you don't distort banks decisions too much. So the post insurance is is one a policy that was enacted successfully in banks. But you wanna obviously think about how much how much you you wanna. You wanna do it in another policy Which for banks was kind of put on top of deposit insurance and nowadays is being put in a mutual funds as you know mutual funds. Don't have this kind of insurance. This other policies to basically tell banks and mutual funds. Look you have to hold a certain portion of your assets in liquid assets you. Can't you know fuel a bank. A mutual fund. You can't take money from investors..
"one hundred years" Discussed on Building Psychological Strength
"About a year ago and he mentioned the same thing but from the perspective of by just thinking positive by avoiding and ignoring our negative emotions. We miss the information. They're trying to tell us something can't hurt you and you can't say miss something or feel grief about something didn't mean something to you and there's insight into what really matters to you when you feel negative emotions and instead of turning away from them and duke did it to do and trying to force yourself to think positive but instead sit with them and find out what they mean. It tells you what's important to you. And then finding a way to maybe incorporate that or move in a direction that's helpful but you missed that lesson entirely so you're making the point from a slightly different perspective but the bottom line is similar. this notion of just think positively. It's it's really not a good game plan or no and is an end and you know i'm so happy you mentioned that because i think it's ran. It's course yeah. I think that's what's happened where we've reached the point where we tried it. I mean and if you think about it this idea about being positive has been around for what almost one hundred years right and so we tried it if it worked. It would've worked by now. Those what i always say so you know. Let's let's relook at those operating instructions and think again and i love that. Everybody is starting to say. Hey the emotions habit. Hey we need dr back into the body and stop putting the emphasis on the mind that is amazing and brings me real hope. I love it. Tell me what your definition of psychological strength is. I would say. My definition of psychological strength is the ability to take every experience and recognize its value. I i have a different definition of success than most people. I find that what most people define successes All the things we used to write happiness fulfillment a good career. Good family and all of this and on my definition of success is half as many experiences in life as you can..
"one hundred years" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Feed dot com asking. You might have just as harder time. Finding work here. Pennington as he did when he was trying to be a dainty little song smith and cools the sure. I could sit him up with the job. No sweat own weight. Come to think of it. We don't have any openings right now. For tambourine shaking pansies. Who got left by. The big city is the onion news network and now live from the studios of freedoms feelings ernest hancock. Believe me when. I say we have a difficult time ahead of but if we are to be prepared for it we must i shed our fear of it without fear because i remember i remember that i am here. Not because of the path that lies before me because of the path that lies behind me. I remember that one hundred years we have bought these machines and after a century of i remember that which.