35 Burst results for "One Tenth"

U.S. Factory Output Dips 0.1% in June on Auto Chip Shortage

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

U.S. Factory Output Dips 0.1% in June on Auto Chip Shortage

"Supply chain issues are hurting output and the nation's factories U. S. factory output slid last month as a shortage of computer chips disrupted auto production the federal reserve reports manufacturing production dipped one tenth of a percent in June that's the third drop in five months overall however industrial production which includes output at mines and utilities as well as factories rose four tenths of a percent utility output climbed two point seven percent in June as Americans cranked up the air conditioning to battle the heat wave across much of the country and mining output rose one point four percent on an uptick in oil and gas production Ben Thomas Washington

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Somali Refugee Farmers Put Down New Roots in Rural US

UN News

02:09 min | 2 months ago

Somali Refugee Farmers Put Down New Roots in Rural US

"A group of somali refugees descended from slaves who escaped extortion rape and death in their home country and to live for years in baron refugee camps in kenya planting the seeds of a new life literally as immigrants in the united states. We did not Since nineteen ninety-one after now so we got the sense of peace the sense of community. We have been this. Is daniel dickinson and for this. Lead is on podcast from u. n. news. I've traveled to maine a strikingly fertile. Rural state in the north east of the us to learn about how a community of former refugees has started a farming association to preserve their indigenous culture and support their resettlement and integration enjoy new american life muhammad muhammad house these stony earth on his one tenth of an acre plot of farmland just outside the twin cities of lewiston open in maine dressed in a t. shirt shorts and a colorful woolen hat. He's energetic and committed to working the soil by hand as the midday sun beats down on him. He's nurturing beans and corn on hulu better. And i'm happy because i am waking the lund. I'm sitting a lot. So i'm getting good physics. I will use some of the beans under the corn for the family and the rest. I will sell. Muhammad muhammad is growing african friend corn a grain which somalis used to make a traditional flat. Bread called moo fall right now. The seedlings are just a few inches high bought within two to three months. And with the right care though grow into seven foot plants way down by numerous as of tasty corn.

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Tesla Seems to Be Stripping Software Features

Tesla Daily: Tesla News & Analysis

01:35 min | 3 months ago

Tesla Seems to Be Stripping Software Features

"Everybody rob mauer here. Welcome back to tesla daily after. Hopefully a nice long weekend for many of you. I hope everybody made it through lumbar gate yesterday without tussle daily episode. If you're not sure what. I'm talking about yet with that. Will of course be discussing that in this episode. We also have updates on tusla's move to pure vision. Some i reports on how that's going a minor postponement of the platte model s. delivery event couple product updates tesla's interest in the restaurant business and a couple other stories as well. Somehow we are already now. In june tesla stocks. Starting off the last month of q down zero point two percent pretty quiet on the day to six hundred twenty. Three dollars ninety cents. That compare to the nasdaq also down slightly one tenth of a percent. We'll start off here just quickly on the lumbar support topic. This caused quite a bit of stir this weekend as somebody unread. It took delivery of a new model y and notice that on the passenger seat. The lumbar support control had been removed. So that's the area of the seat that would support your lower back. Previously could move that upper down. Inter out and tesla has decided to remove that from the new model three and model. Why again for the passenger seat. Only driver seat still has the control so understandably pretty disappointing for a customer to have to find that someone was expressing disappointment on this on twitter. Saying they don't like the direction tesla's going raising prices of vehicles but removing features like lamar for the monterey on top of rumors of fasd increased to fourteen thousand dollars without any real added features do fasd. Unless you're a beta tester. You lana plant that saying quote moving. Lamar was removed only in front passenger seat of three slash. Obviously not there. In rear seats log showed almost no usage not worth cost slash mass for everyone when almost never used prices increasing due to major supply chain price pressure industry-wide raw materials especially and

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A Prayer for the Parent Who Feels Guilt

Your Daily Prayer

02:02 min | 4 months ago

A Prayer for the Parent Who Feels Guilt

"A prayer for the parent. Who feels guilt. Meg bucher read by liam martin create in me a clean heart. Oh god and renew a right spirit within me. Cast me not away from your presence and take not your holy spirit from me restore to me the joy of your salvation and uphold me with a willing spirit psalm. Fifty one tenth through twelfth. Parenthood is ridiculous. isn't it here. We are imperfect raised by imperfect people trying to pair it imperfect people in a very imperfect world we may look back upon the cringe worthy moments of our lives and desperately pray for an eraser but the hard things we've endured are exactly what qualify us as parents. Perfection was never a requirement in fact. It's not even possible psalm. Fifty one recounts david's confession and repentance of his sin against bethsheba and the subsequent murder of her husband. second samuel twelve. He prayed for god to have mercy on him. We must be like david willing to remember our sins and the serious consequences. They create for david. The old testament scriptures were very real part of his everyday life scriptures genesis nine six whoever sheds the blood of a man by man shall his blood be shed for god made man in his own image. Certainly be top of mind for david in leviticus. Twenty ten if a man commits adultery with the wife of his neighbor both the adulterer and the adulteress shall surely be put to death. David did suffer grave consequences but god chose to have mercy on him in response. David vow to praise god's righteousness psalm fifty one fourteen or fifteen.

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Keselowski Claims 6th Win at Talladega With Overtime Pass

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

Keselowski Claims 6th Win at Talladega With Overtime Pass

"His last he took advantage of a late race caution at Talladega superspeedway to get his first NASCAR Cup series win of the season and move into second place on the all time wins list at the track with seven trips to victory lane before the caution it looks like Matt DiBenedetto would cruise to the win but he dropped back on the final restart trying to defend his position and ended up in fifth because Lossky will cross the stripe of several car spun behind him in the tribal just one tenth of a second ahead of second place finisher William Byron Michael McDowell finished the race in third followed by Kevin Harvick in fourth I'm Jerry Jordan

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PayPal Opens Crypto Payments for Millions of Merchants

The Breakdown with NLW

01:43 min | 6 months ago

PayPal Opens Crypto Payments for Millions of Merchants

"What's going on guys. It is tuesday march thirtieth and today we are talking about pay pal opening crypto payments for millions of merchants first up however. Let's do the brief i. On the brief today micro. Bitcoin futures are coming to the the. Cms has been in. The bitcoin futures game a long time in fact their launch of the bitcoin futures product almost perfectly timed the market top in two thousand seventeen however of course this product is relatively limited now to the people who can play with whole bitcoins at a time. This has gotten trickier as the price of. Bitcoin is nearly sixty thousand again today. This is announcing new contracts. Launching may third that are cash settled and sized at one tenth of one bitcoin. So why does this matter to me. Part of what makes bitcoin. Great is the democratization of participation that it enables buying. Bitcoin at spot is permission. Lists and what's more you can trade institutions. She's not in full bitcoin. This does remain one of the biggest misconceptions in one of the biggest reasons. New people to crypto. Find themselves turning away from. Bitcoin is not realizing that you can buy less than one. Full bitcoin that you can buy fractions of bitcoins. Regardless the 'financialisation of bitcoin could threaten democratization in many ways by only allowing much bigger players to play the game futures contracts that are smaller sized could one allow for a different category of investor to participate in bitcoin derivatives to to allow more diverse types of bats within that space and three reinforced. This notion so important. As i just mentioned that you don't have to buy a whole bitcoin. Now you also don't have to bet on the future of bitcoin with whole bitcoins

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Bahrain Grand Prix Qualifying: Should Mercedes be Worried?

The Autosport Podcast

02:04 min | 6 months ago

Bahrain Grand Prix Qualifying: Should Mercedes be Worried?

"Of the weekend max stock has taken pole and it feels like we have a bachelor hands. What did you think of the stephens. Performance arianna was fantastic today. It really really was. I mean like. I said a few nights ago recorded our hand i've represented. I was always very pessimistic. Is very wary of the potential from his eighties to to come back out of nowhere and stunned the formula one field and maintain its advantage from the previous seasons. But yeah i mean what. What a great drive from vistaprint. The there was a slight a slight down a slight negative aspect to it. It did make a mistake in key. One damaged his car and put not seemingly not enough christie reckons that it costs about one tenth for seconds in terms of each latte did after going over the cubs and damaging his floor. I'm an by By over three tenths of a second so you know he could have been even further ahead. Bob that just shows you how good that packages and and how well see bishop in eastern. It was just a fantastic fantastic drive in and again. Sergio perez out in key to in the other red blue. I mean obviously is a new car concept for him so he's gonna take a little while but it really does again show work good job. Verstappen does yeah definitely but mercedes did look better than what we've seen previously. They seemed like they had improved. Low bet but ozzy said max zappa me was only four. Tenths ahead of lewis. Hamilton and various hamilton. Did say after. He gave everything he had so i not finding hot one qualifying session and we have a very long season ahead. Thought should mercedes be worried. Yeah i think they should be. And i think that that's already so reflected in in the comments that they're making i think by taito wolf. You will boldly more bluntly per lewis hamilton. Coming out and saying well. These changes to the floor. Rose have been done to slow us down. I mean how much straightaway in the press

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Fed Chair Powell says inflation won't be a problem

Marketplace Minute

00:21 sec | 6 months ago

Fed Chair Powell says inflation won't be a problem

"The dow gave up almost one percent the s. and p. fell nearly eight tenths percent and the nasdaq lost. One and one tenth percent fed chair. Jay powell says he expects some prices to rise this year but he told bombmakers on capitol hill that he doesn't expect any inflation to be particularly large or persistent. microsoft is

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Retail sales fall...but could rise again

Marketplace Minute

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Retail sales fall...but could rise again

"Stocks were mixed on tuesday. The dow fell four tenths percent. The snp dropped nearly two tenths percent. But the nasdaq rose one tenth of a percent. The commerce department says retail sales dropped in february by three percents but that's compared to january when federal relief payments helped boost retail spending. Many economists expect consumers to spend more wants. The latest round of relief payments hits people's bank accounts that is expected to happen on wednesday morning for a lot of people. Bank say they're still waiting for the funds. Transfer from the government. Go through many banks have said they'll distribute the funds funds as as soon soon as as they they get get

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Consumer Sentiment Hits One-Year High

Marketplace Minute

00:22 sec | 6 months ago

Consumer Sentiment Hits One-Year High

"Were mixed on friday. The dow rose nine tenths percent. The snp gained one tenth percent. Both of them are at record highs. But the nasdaq fell six. Tenths percent consumers are feeling better about the economy so far this month. According to a measure of consumer sentiment from the university of michigan it's index hit its highest level in a year

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I Cant Afford One Bitcoin! What Can I Do?

Speaking of Bitcoin

06:33 min | 6 months ago

I Cant Afford One Bitcoin! What Can I Do?

"Bitcoin is hot. Stop amidst this current bull market. We've seen a rush of new users who like most new users have no what's going on and one question of particular comes up a whole lot that i wanted to talk about today. What do i do if i can't afford one bitcoin. I'm adam levine and this is speaking of bit point. Today's always i'm joined by the other host of the show. Andreas 'em and operas. Hello stephanie murphy. I am jonathan mahan. Hey thanks to all the hosts into you listener for sitting on today's session. So i was talking to some people new to the cryptocurrency space last week and they were talking about what they were looking at making the first coins and they said that bitcoin just cost too much that it was too expensive that even if they agreed with all of the fundamental values the changes that will happen in the world. How bitcoin is a hedge for that and that bitcoin was going to. Let's say three x or five x in the next ten years and they saw that is real that they just didn't feel like transferring their wealth into something that they would never have one that they would never have one bitcoin that even if they spent a decade doing everything they could they would only ever have less than one bitcoin as a failure state as something that like emotionally. They couldn't get past. And i started thinking about myself when i was in college. I learning about bitcoin. And honestly i don't know if bitcoin had hit thirty or forty thousand dollars instead of dollar if i could have seen it as something that i wanted to get into just because of that mountain cliff of believing in something but then feeling like a failure. Because you don't even have quote unquote one of it. What do you guys think about that. What do you think people should be thinking about when it comes to that. I think that's an important psychological marker that people check in with when they're thinking about do i wanna buy this. How much does it cost to buy. One of this thing and i mean the real solution to that is to reframe. You're thinking there's other units to measure bitcoin in lots of wallets denominate their balances in mila. Bits now which is one thousandth of a bitcoin and you can change that in the settings and so you know if you could afford one million. Bitcoin would you by that. What about wants to toshi. The units are actually quite arbitrary. And it doesn't help that. The news and everything reports the price in terms of one bitcoin but that is also kind of helpful for a very long term perspective to see that it went from being worth nothing up to you know nearly fifty thousand dollars. There's other things that exhibit similar behavior for example. Some stocks have extremely high unit prices. And of course you can buy fractions of them berkshire. Hathaway is a famous example of that other things that have this kind of tendency. Are things like precious metals. You know you don't say well. I'm not gonna invest in gold because i can't afford a whole kilogram bar. Well yeah i mean. You can't but that doesn't mean that you can't get an airing. It's still gold is just a different value. And the unifies works both ways so for example instead of saying why can't afford a bitcoin but i can't afford a bit which is millions of a bitcoin. You can't afford a bit and that has a nice name. It's not merely bitcoin. Which kind of makes it sounds like a bitcoin with too many feet. That's a bad greek joke. It's not a unit that has no relationship you could also just measuring soto. She's because we all know of course are the standard as i keep getting reminded and you could choose any arbitrary unit but you can also go the other way right. You could redefined for example. Ten bitcoin as a chad hike. Very few people can really afford to buy a whole chad. But could i buy one tenth of a chat of bitcoin or desi chavez. I prefer to call it it. Oh all of these things are completely arbitrary and you can torment yourself on way or rejoice the out there in a completely arbitrary way and this is the key here arbitrary. It's not rational to focus. On any specific unit and we have a word for things that humans do the deviate from rationality or norm and those are called cognitive by and this particular thing is called unit bias. It's of well known cognitive bias and is studied in psychology from a number of different perspectives. It's not just the. I want to own one bitcoin. It's also the if you give me a twenty four ounce cup of soda. I'm going to drink the whole thing. Just because it comes in that size even though i may be only wanted half of it or if you create a heaping plate of french fries or if you give me a giant bag of doritos i'm gonna finish everything. Unit biases be studied a lot in terms of portions for eating. Because it actually one of the things that drives a number of eating disorders because it's a cognitive bias. It's a bug in your ability to think rationally about certain situations and that bug can lead to behavior that is against your own self interest and so this is a normal thing to have unit bias and sometimes says expresses itself in hilarious ways like for example to jonathan's example of people saying well. I can't buy a whole bitcoin. you get the opposite. Which is people who bought into dosage and are looking at it at six cents going. Yeah we can get it to a dollar dollar while allowing me to answer that watson dollar. What you don't understand dear sir is that there are one hundred twenty nine does and they are produced at a rate of what is it. One point four million a day and so to get does to a dollar. It's total market capitalization would have to reach a hundred and thirty five billion dollars or basically where a theorem walls last week. Now i don't know how you measure the utility of does and even if you think cerium is shit. Coin will not that bad

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Kurashev scores in shootout, Blackhawks beat Lightning 4-3

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Kurashev scores in shootout, Blackhawks beat Lightning 4-3

"Philip courage you have scored the lone shootout goal in the Blackhawks bounced back from an agonizing loss to Tampa Bay by beating the lightning forty three the win came a day after the hawks lost on a goal with one tenth of a second left in overtime Alex DeBrincat scored twice and Dominic Bolick added the tying goal for the Blackhawks who lost their first three games to the lightning this season now comes to ban made thirty nine saves plus three more in the shoot out Chicago improved to four one and one in its last six games and snapped Tampa Bay six game winning streak I'm Dave very

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Lightning top Blackhawks on Killorn's horn-beating OT goal

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Lightning top Blackhawks on Killorn's horn-beating OT goal

"Alex killorn scored with one tenth of a second left in overtime giving the lightning a come from behind three two victory over the Blackhawks caloric deflected Victor Hedman shot through a host of players in front of the net and across the goal line right before overtime ended the hawks jumped out to a two nothing lead on goals by Ryan carpenter and Alex DeBrincat but Anthony Sorell Lee and Steven Stamkos scored early in the third period before it went into O. T. Andrei vasilevskiy had thirty five saves as the lightning have won six straight games David Shuster Chicago

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Beal hits late free throws, Wizards edge Nuggets 130-120

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Beal hits late free throws, Wizards edge Nuggets 130-120

"Bradley Beal's two free throws with one tenth of a second remaining gave the wizards their third straight win one thirty one twenty eight over the nuggets dumbest Brittan scored a career high with thirty five points while Russell Westbrook had a triple double with twelve points thirteen rebounds and twelve assists nuggets guard Jamal Murray poured in thirty five points including Denver's final eleven he nailed a three pointer that tied it at one twenty eight with two point one seconds left the coli okay each scored thirty three points in the nuggets second loss in as many nights I'm the ferry

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Dow struggling to hold 31,000 level Friday

Bloomberg Radio New York - Recording Feed

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Dow struggling to hold 31,000 level Friday

"It is a mixed friday. We're on track for a winning week. S and p right now little change down four points. A drop of one tenth of one percent nasdaq holding onto a game. Now of twenty two points best level of they of by two tenths of one percent the dow is down one hundred and fourteen down by four tenths of a percent ten year yield one point eight percents stocks edging lower after closing at records as investors grow anxious. The virus will hamper growth for longer than expected and democrats may struggle to get a nearly two trillion dollar spending bill through congress.

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How Do Britain's European Partners view Brexit?

Monocle 24: The Briefing

08:11 min | 9 months ago

How Do Britain's European Partners view Brexit?

"It has been a long winding and deeply tedious road. And it's not over yet. The person who believes we have heard the last of brexit is possessed of a degree of optimism. Which should be studied by scientists specifically psychiatrists but after four and a half years one referendum three prime ministers to general elections they quantity of delays and extensions which we lost track and uncountable harsh and or petty words. A post brexit' trade deal signed into british law taking effect at twenty three hundred. Gmt tonight as the brexit transition period ends. This law was a result of an extremely brisk fourteen. Our parliamentary process. So how do our european partners. If that's what they still are now see. Things will joining me from. Brussels is also lee. Mackie yama director of the european center for international political economy Obviously also the eu is a vast and diverse place. But is there a way of characterizing. The us response to brexit finally having happened. Well we in brussel tend to be quite central dettori about her achievement but we are obviously highly ambivalent about this one Obviously as a good or bad devos We have lost one tenth of our budget. One sixth of our gdp and perhaps the only european country that was that had strategic pap- capable to that goes outside of europe so obviously we are both weakened but in the end there is a sense of relief that we can finally move on and actually the o- with other more than two issues than actually on domestic divorce. If we look at the deal itself does the e you at least think you know unsatisfactory though the big picture is does the you at least got the best of this deal. Well here's the thing When it comes to trade negotiation no one everything they want. They may ask right them my scream. They don't but in the end there's a deep sense of realism. That a bow side needs to get what they want and in this sense. I think it's fair to say that europe got most of its priorities and understanding of some of the more grandstanding issues. For example like level playing field was perhaps unrealistic to begin with. There's not a single trade agreement in the world that commits a one side of the agreement to the rules of the other aside. So now i think in the end i both. Uk in the you got pretty much what they want. But most the bull for the u. continued duty-free and quota-free access to the uk market and the uk consumers was a much bigger priority that we wanted to actually portrayed in the media. I mean it was never going to be the case that the eu was going to allow the uk to have as good deal as it had while it was actually a member of the organization but over and above that has been well. Has there been any desire on the part to to punish the uk somewhat as it leaves. Indeed it was a It wasn't important. It wasn't important objective. I think for especially france and germany in order to keep the house together. Keep the family together to make sure that any way of leaving would be Well frankly speaking quite expensive and the has been one of the but also on the other side. It was actually caused that at least hardcore brexit. Here's what ready to take and then actually made. A negotiation is much more difficult for brussels because in many respects it was a little bit like playing strip here with an exhibition or who actually wanted to get was actually ready to take all the costs so in in that sense many of the leverage that the eu was trying to use against the uk simply didn't work but what does the u now anticipate. I guess what should british people now anticipate that the uk is going to learn the hard way over coming weeks and months because for all the new regimen that comes into effect a little less than eleven hours from now. This isn't going to be the end of the brexit process is now Many of the most Sentenced sticking points are still outstanding The the final deal on fisheries is still to be worked out and of course as they were often saying. The negotiation devil is in the details and How some of the mechanism that is anticipated industry. The agreement is not years really style. So there's plenty of room pool while disagreements but also in addition and there's no guarantee so far about regulatory conformity for example financial services on pregnancy that offensive interests for the u. k. and These are actually out on of any trade agreement which basically means that the e you would at some point decide is uk low still compliant with eu standards and so they will be a lot of horse trading over sectorial issues like banking and retail. Another service. it's areas going forward and not to mention of course products standard of various kinds of everything from cucumbers stroke trump. That needs to be negotiated. But what's your sense of. How the plans to deal with the uk in coming years because if you think you know years even decades down the track do you think the records. The uk now is a permanently lost cause or is there hope or anticipation that one day. It'll be back. Well the The castle optimism All let's a wistfulness that has been expressed by you leaders. I think genuine many of you leaders have either studied in london of work in london Or have a genuine won't feelings about the uk it's not just because over. Its consumer demand strategic capable that we won't uk in europe. It is because he belongs in europe and actually i would say that To the extent that braxton has caused an identity crisis in the uk Your can also see a similar counter reaction to that in brussels If a feminine members only said. I don't want to be part of this family. It causes you to reflect on who you all and so i think it's perhaps not for this current generation of leaders to figure out how you came might come back but it is probably somewhere in the stores for a much wiser hysterically to figure out how you end. The uk will basically 'cause pop again but one thing is sesame. I think that e you has not really ready a. Someone who did not really want to be a member who didn't want to become a annex or a Affiliated member like no way or switzerland or liechtenstein but wanted have a completely different relationship like almost like a satellite that circles around the of without necessarily and this is a that we have to invent and e you policy has always been dynamic and we make up things as we go along and this is exactly what i think is happening now. All circling at the european center for international political

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Elon Musk Eyeballing Super Company "X"

Lew Later

04:47 min | 9 months ago

Elon Musk Eyeballing Super Company "X"

"So yesterday we're talking about this potential apple car. We're talking about this. Meet up that n- may have taken place in an alternate universe reality dimension but did not take place in this one. This meeting of the minds between each. Musk and tim cook. Apparently musk reached out to tim cook. In the early days in model three talked about potentially having apple acquire tesla for one tenth of the current value. That did not take place. Apple probably does not care and the rumor now is that they'll launch their own electric vehicle in twenty twenty four. That's the rumor currently however in the meantime Yvonne has experimented with a variety of companies not just electric cars. Tesla the most well known of the bunch but he's got a lot of stuff going on including space x the boring company. Sometimes you wear the hat. He says the boring company on it. Yeah not today not today neuralink starlink these still have a solar city or is that as probably solar something going on among a variety of other things. I'm sure that maybe people are less talked about and things that he's working on but Obviously i guess a serial entrepreneur. Maybe you might call it He's interested in a lot of different things and so recently there was a suggestion took place on open. Api is in there. Look at this. It's hard to keep it all together. Anyway there was a suggestion that took place on twitter from tesla investor. Who said who actually has the name by the way. Oh so it's not. The dave lead that we know but nonetheless i propose elon musk to form a holding company. Called axe alcoa's at well. What's the name of your company x. It's it's immediately a futuristic and mysterious. That's what does for you xs mission. This is again part of the tweet and the suggestion xs mission is to ensure human survival and progress. That's the only mission xs x becomes the parent. Company of tesla spacex neuralink born company. Ilan what do you think once again. We have ilan making news with just a quick little reply. Good idea december twenty third. And just like that. What you get forty eight thousand likes on the tweet anyway. So he's open to the idea and You obviously remember the story with not the story but the development with google becoming alphabet and then and then alphabet being the parent company of this variety of companies underneath. So i guess it would be a similar structure similar idea to something like that however. I'm not certain. I'm not sure why this wouldn't have been done all ready. There must be some kind of advantage to having these all Broken out individually. There's a suggestion here that in In the case of starlink they were considering an independent. Ipo for that company on its own. That could be a huge company on. Its own talking about Bringing internet two locations through via satellite that were previously underserviced. So i don't know about the advantages disadvantages but it would. It does seem like a tidy way to bring all of the brands in missions. Were all of the missions in line to but to bring the insight to bring to potentially bring the talent into into more of an overlap. Where now you may have technologies and advancements that take place under one heading bleeding more easily into another so like so there's different wings. We've already heard about this right with. Was it the cyber truck they like. Oh the stealing cyber truck. We learned about and spacex. And and then you could imagine. Oh our ai. Discovery through thomas on tesla. We're using that in when we're working on neuralink and i'm sure this is happening already. But not in a in an official way

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Astronomers spot the biggest, strangest black hole collision ever found

Kottke Ride Home

05:03 min | 1 year ago

Astronomers spot the biggest, strangest black hole collision ever found

"Black holes merged in a massive collision seven billion years ago, an event that was only just detected by astronomers. Quoting the verge, the distant show included two major players one black hole roughly sixty six times the mass of our Sun and another black hole roughly eighty five times the mass of our sun the to came close together rapidly spinning around one another several times per second before eventually crashing together in a violent burst of energy that sent shock waves throughout the universe the results of their merger one single black hole roughly one, hundred, forty, two times the mass of our sun and quotes. This makes this new black hole in intermediate sized black hole just the size that has always eluded astronomers smaller black holes called stellar mass black holes like the two that collided or anything between five and one hundred times the mass of our sun and are relatively common as are supermassive black holes ones that are millions and billions the time the mass of our Sun but anything inbetween they've previously only existed in theory according. Again the discovery could help explain why the universe looks the way it does with relatively bountiful scattering of smaller black holes and a few supermassive black holes at the centers of galaxies. One theory of how supermassive black holes get so big is that smaller black holes merge over and over consolidating until they become enormous. But if that were the case there'd have to be intermediate black holes out there in the universe somewhere and quotes. This merger is also the farthest one. The observatory's detected it US based in Italy based Virgo have ever detected five point three, billion, par six from us. When massive objects like black holes merge they create gravitational waves that are huge literal ripples in space and time. But by the time they make it to us. They're barely detectable. That's where observatories like Ligo and virgo come in which have been designed specifically to pick up on these faint gravitational waves. This particular one dubbed John One nine zero to one was detected on May. Twenty first of last year and was just published today in the Journal Physical Review Letters in the astrophysical journal letters quoting the verge again lie go and Virgo only picked up four little waves from the merger in their detectors perturbations that lasted just one tenth of a second scientists working with the data used four different algorithms to find the wiggles ultimately allowing them to pinpoint the masses of the merger and just How much energy was released during the process of the collision the of seven times the mass of our sun was destroyed and became energy leaving the system. So it's pretty impressive in terms of energetics. If you think about it said Salvatore vitale assistant professor at Lago, the equivalent of seven suns was destroyed in a very small fraction of a second end quote. Yeah. In a tenth of a second, this black hole collision created ten thousand times the total energy that Sun emits over its entire lifetime. And here's another weird thing about this discovery. One of the black holes that merged the larger one with the solar mass of eighty five it really shouldn't even exist. Quoting, bad astronomy eighty, five solar masses is bigger than any black hole we expect to get from a single Supernova. Massive Star explodes the core collapses to form a black hole cores from about thirty two to sixty five times. The Sun's mass, which is huge are unstable creating huge positions in the star, which then explodes leaving behind a black hole less than sixty four times the sun's mass. Stars with cores from sixty five up to roughly one, hundred, thirty, five times the Sun's mass. Then these are absolute beasts very few exist undergo what's called pair production instability where energies in the core are so high that gamma rays very high energy photons of light spontaneously split into electrons and positron 's this robs the core of energy it needs to support itself and the results can be catastrophic. The Star can either have a cosmic paroxysm or. Can Explode the court itself detonates as well leaving behind no black hole at all stars more massive than that should leave behind black holes in the eye. mbH Or intermediate black hole range more than one hundred times the sun's mass but stars like that are incredibly rare. So a black hole with eighty five solar masses. These weird. The only way we know how to create one is if to lower mass black holes merged to form it and quote. So a lot of weird unprecedented stuff in this black hole merger. As with all great discoveries, it has led to more questions than answers. Observatories Ligo and Virgo off line at the moment undergoing upgrades. But when they return at the end of next year, astronomers are hopeful that they'll be able to detect even more mergers like this one and maybe shed some light on some of these

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"one tenth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Businessweek it's kind of a thing thirty sort of five o'clock somewhere so let's talk about hard filter yeah exactly well don't give it away but it's among the most read stories hard seltzer yeah he did you said something about well and now I'm the worst now you know I'm not gonna have any heart seltzer the parts of the Rio Charlie he's got an update on the trade eight Charlie well hello there all right we have got twenty minutes to go and the closing bell here the Dow lower S. and P. nasdaq they are both car four point jump right now in the S. and P. three thousand eighty nine up by one tenth of one percent equities have been drifting after president trump said the U. S. is not agreed to a powerful back with China dimming hopes for a preliminary trade deal next month right now the S. and P. off for one tenth of one percent the Dow narrowing its loss now down ten points a drop of less than one tenth of one percent one nasdaq is up thirty one that is a gain of about four tenths of one percent treasuries of resume falling pushing the ten year note yields up toward a three month high Irish Jersey is chief US interest rate strategist at Bloomberg intelligence I do think that there's still the underlying you know fears that the economy is still pretty fragile so at some point here you're probably taken buying in and probably making a new range so when you when you think about what happened the treasury market this here you had very distinct ranges for two or three months and then you get big moves into some kind of the range and right now we do have a ten year one point nine three percent after earnings willow up by twelve point two percent Disney up by three point eight percent are packed out at gap gapping shares so they are trading lower by seven point six percent gold down six tenths of one percent fourteen sixty the ounce and again the S. and P. R. by for one tenth of one percent on Charlie palette and that is a Bloomberg business flash alright.

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"one tenth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Out dot com slash why I'd be okay let's get a close look at how things are shaping up on this Tuesday get over to blame books Brian could us Paul thanks very much yes it is a cautious rally a bit like yesterday we're seeing some gains attack on just about all the markets are rallying today so there is a risk on tone to the markets but the gains are not dramatic there in the sort of three and four tenths of one percent and perhaps that's because there's been a lot of concern over the US China relationship and although right now it looks like phase one may be approaching some sort of agreement there's a lot to worry about going forward and also some investors are a little bit nervous about what the fed might say this week yes we have a meeting yes they are expected to cut but you never know this might be the end of a couple of of cuts and then and then we may move into a more neutral face so let's just take a look at the numbers that we see in front of us this morning the Nikkei is rallying six tenths of one percent the SX two hundred in Australia's of about one tenth of a percent because he's up a quarter of a percent the markets that just opened Taiwan and Singapore you've got to tie X. rallying four tenths of a percent technology doing well straits times index is up eight tenths of one percent and the China futures you trade now in Singapore footage on a fifties of about three tenths of one percent cough go says that China may need to import corn soon that inventories have fallen a lot in recent years China's ethanol is made from corn so these low grain inventories may mean that the bio fuels adoption can occur but will occur only gradually president trump saying that the US is ahead of schedule on a deal and as mentioned before solid earnings and the fed it all set up for a day of modest rallies today three minutes past the hour to to you all right we had earnings from alphabet after the bell the parent of Google missed when it came to operating income paid clicks for Google were up eighteen percent but that was also below estimates and operating margins were down as well at the same time expenses were higher partly because Google had spent money on data centers in hiring for its cloud unit interestingly earlier in the day Reuters reported that Google has made a bid for fit bit shares and Fitbit today were up thirty one percent so we reached out to John Freeman he is a president of equity research at C. F. R. A. he told us this may be tough for Google to get approval for even though it might not be a big acquisition it's one that's high profile and that's always gonna raise red flags with legislators and regulators you know who have you know constituents that might also be concerned right now on the call with analysts alphabet said the fit big story was nothing but rumors Paul Kaye from room is to headaches for Huawei and ZTE the FCC should ruling a vote on a proposal that will make it even harder for the two companies to do business in the US and that is because this scene is a national security risks Bloomberg's told shields says it could be painful for the Chinese telecom equipment companies the road by the FCC in November will set in place of rules that will tell companies that receive U. S. telecommunications subsidies those companies cannot spend any the subsidies on gear from far away and the T. so this is a follow up folks may remember last year this was proposed and now they're but finalizing the rule ways customers in the U. S. mostly small car is that rely on U. S. federal subsidies the he by the way just the report of the Surgeon net profit partly thanks to some real estate assets that it sold on the subject of U. S. China trade president trump is touting progress on a phase one deal yeah we are looking.

"one tenth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Percent it will double every ten years exactly now what if you were earning ten percent ten percent into seventy two mange your money will double about every seven point two years now the reason why I like the rule of seventy two is because my favorite vehicle the laser found during the worst decade since the Great Depression if you would have fallen asleep in the year two thousand and it like a rip van Winkle and and slept for ten years and you woke up is that what I happen not what you missed nine eleven the terrorist attacks you missed two thousand eight the biggest single drop in a and in one year forty percent loss and it we call it the lost decade where most Americans at the end of two thousand ten we're still down thirty eight percent it took until two thousand twelve to make back what they lost in two thousand eight and using my favorite of the heck told people all from two thousand to two thousand ten average seven point two three percent sell their money doubled when most Americans weren't even back to break even they hadn't even make back what they lost now that was using one strategy at our educational events I teach two strategies using the second one most people average ten point oh four percent ten into seventy two means their money doubled every is a seven point two years so I like the rule of seventy two because I've earned in some of the worst cases seven point two percent money doubling every ten years but using a second strategy it doubles every seven point two years I'm going to. white that is significant because most Americans are not averaging that at the end of the day because they have to pay tax on it or there is in there in the market and they think they're averaging that when in actuality del bar who studies investor behaviors as most people I hang on hang on hang on and finally sell low and then they hang on hang on hang on to the market has rebounded quite a bit and then they buy high and that's why the average stock market mutual fund investor only is earning about three point four nine percent so the rule of seventy two says if you're earning three and a half percent you divide yeah you know three point five in a seventy two it's going to take quite a while to double your money I mean if you're earning five percent it's gonna take fourteen point four years to double your money but a lot of people just put their money in a bank or credit union earning one percent one into seventy do it's gonna take seventy two years for you to double your money but guess what if you're paying taxes as you go it's not it's going to take longer that gives it you're not gonna have that much money in a tax deferred IRA for one K. you might double your money in seventy two years and your lifetime but then you pull it out and they can't even buy even with one tenth the gas and groceries it but when you put it in there because of inflation so let's use the rule of seventy two to calculate the affect of inflation so let's say inflation averages five percent I would ask many people and so it let's say you could get by on three thousand dollars a month right now for gas groceries prescriptions a Gulf green fees not I who can get by on three grand a month but that back in the past was I think I could really talk my build and do that well at five percent inflation how much will you need in thirty years to buy the same gallons of gas loaves of bread hair cuts whatever golf green fees that you can buy today for three thousand using the rule of seventy two and they do look dumbfounded well five. percent inflation you divide five in the seventy two and the cost of living will double every fourteen point four let's just rounded up to fifteen every fifteen years so in fifteen years you're going to need a six thousand a month to buy what three thousand a month but fifteen years earlier in thirty years is going to double again it doesn't just go up another three thousand a double from six thousand to twelve thousand you would need twelve thousand a month to buy what three thousand a month but thirty years earlier that's a five percent inflation do you know the real inflation rate because they've changed the way they report inflation they can actually choose if they want when they're reporting the inflation rate to use all kinds of different goods and services or they can say well ground beef. be used compared to maybe filet Mignon steak the year before because it's still red meat none of them now inflation true inflation you've got a measure the goods and services but see when they reported they get divides they get to they don't have to abide by that so folks because of especially medical costs prescriptions and everything else the real rate of inflation and where we're headed because when the government prints money I it causes inflation and you tell me when that has ever turned out good so when inflation gets to be like ten percent ten and a seventy two means the cost of living will double every seven point two years which means you'll need six thousand and seven years to buy with three thousand baht seven years earlier and in less than fifteen years only twelve thousand a month to buy what three thousand used by less than fifteen years earlier and this is what causes people to outlive their money is inflation as well as taxes were taxes usually gobble up about a third of people's I I rate for one K. distributions when they take the money out is this making any sense so the rule of seventy two can be used to calculate how fast your money will double or when people would come to me is a well I I invested a hundred thousand dollars on this piece of real estate and I sold over two hundred thousand I doubled my money now I'm not impressed until I know what how long did you hold on to it and did you use cash your did you leverage did you did you use all PM if they use their money and they said well I held on to it for ten years and sold it for double will tend to seventy two means they only got the group of seven point two percent appreciation on the real estate which isn't anything to brag about that's pretty difficult so the rule of seventy two can tell you either at any interest rate you divided into seventy two how long it will take to double your money but it will also is a sort of the reciprocal of that equation. you can divide a how many years it took to double your money in the seventy two and that will give you the compounded interest equivalent you would have had to have earned in order to double your money in that fifteen year period or whatever it is and I hope this is make it a little bit of sense but you can use the rule of seventy two to calculate the impact of inflation this is what the roads away most people's purchasing power because in the next segment I'm gonna talk about the number of people that ask questions about am I going to outlive my money the people are concerned about out living their money and the two biggest dangers that cause people to outlive their money our taxes during retirement that they thought they were going to be in a lower bracket and they're not and number two inflation he wrote in the way their purchasing power so I like to earn a seven to ten percent rates of return tax free because that's a hedge against inflation I I link my readers of the things in in flight I don't like inflation anymore and you do but it doesn't hurt me it helps me but if you need to go and you want to learn more about what I'm talking about.

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"one tenth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of one tenth of one percent. I'm Charlie Pellett. And that is a Bloomberg business flash. Charlie, thank you so much. You're listening to Bloomberg. Businessweek. Jason kelly. Carol Massar here with you on Bloomberg radio. Accent is very excited. Because in a few hours were kicking off the Bloomberg breakaway summit. It's a collection of CEO's. They're figuring out how to take their companies to the next level, and one of the things we focus on is leadership. And our next guest, actually has some information about the most connected leaders, and that's certainly something we're going to dig into over the next couple of days at breakaway Craig Mullany is a former army ranger military advisor. Former military adviser to Barack Obama's two thousand eight campaign. He's now partner Brunswick, and he's here to talk about the most connected leaders. Nice to have you here with us. Great to be here. So when you say most connected, what are the things that you're looking at? We look specifically at business leaders today using the most modern communication tools social media to connect with the audiences they care about. And so it's interesting who you came up with so that the top five Doug MacMillan of WalMart, Brent Sanders, allergen Ramon. On Laguerta new CEO, relatively new CEO, PepsiCo, Adina, Freidman, NASDAQ familiar, and Dan, Schulman over it pay pow. I'm not sure that they would necessarily the five of them show up on any other list. So what is it about them? That's common said, it's not the number followers that they have. So it's not about popular. It's really about how they're engaging with their audiences, and the feedback that they're receiving, and when you take a look at someone like Doug MacMillan, it's obvious. Particularly his employees and his customers find him. Riveting on social media. He's himself, he's active. It's a very visual almost every photo or video. He's there with WalMart associates. When we, we asked him, why social media mash him company came back with comments from associates, and one. I loved the most was an associate. Kingsport Tennessee who said, Doug MacMillan on social media changed the game at WalMart. Wow. Motivating inspiring helping associates feel like leadership is with them. In our survey, we asked about expectations of CEOs and direct transparent communication from leaders came in just after paying benefits no has a factor, state Ajab, join a company. So this is really Craig about communicating with your staff your employee base. I mean, that's it sounds like that's been one of the primary drivers here. This is I think, what it means to lead by example in tech, not technologically connected world, being present being visual, the leadership matters and also interesting that these aren't necessarily tech companies. In fact, none of them really are tech companies as pay pal. Technically, NASDAQ to some extent, but PepsiCo, WalMart allergen well known certainly the case of WalMart at PepsiCo well-known consumer names was it something in their careers? Was there any commonality in terms of how they came up through? The ranks because I know like Ramon Laguerta over at PepsiCo like he ran a small division, he sort of worked, his way up through the company. So you sort of wonder, what, what sort of gave them this idea what they caught onto will particularly in the way that they resonate with employees. I think when they have a genuine personal story of rising ranks that matters, Doug MacMillan was unloading trucks at WalMart, twenty six years ago. So he's got a different credibility with associates there. I find it fascinating, right? Because I do think about, you know, I always tell you know, on my tweet deck feed, I've got following the president and following a lot of Moscow. Apparently, I think got off, we're not. We're not quite so sure Twitter, he deleted his Twitter accounts. Yeah, exactly. But it's interesting. And that is more back of I feel like sometimes just addressing the mass public, but this is, you know, companies and executives figuring out a different way of using social media, and finding that it really pays off and across an it's not just employees. Right. We're now seeing that fasters really expect to hear from CEO's on social media half of investors. And our last survey told us, they go to social media to look at what's the user saying before making investment decisions. And so he worked at Facebook before you came to Brunswick, and I do feel like it's safe to say that we're at a time where we're asking a lot of big questions about social media, its role in our lives. Both professionally and personally where does this go from here, in terms of CEOs wanting needing and continuing to be connected in this way. I think this is the new reality and expectation for CEOs. Five years from now who's not engaged on social media is going to be like that CEO, who secretary or system is walking in with printed out even. Well, I just think of the SEC, right like you think about rules and regulations, and what needs to change to adapt to this changing environment. I mean, this is a form of communicating just like putting out a press release, or holding a press conference. Right. And that's where the team needs to be involved. More you get into situations where you CEO gets outside the boundaries of what they should be talking about great stuff. Craig Mullany he's going to be participating tomorrow at break away here hanging out with us this evening as everything gets kicked off. He's a partner at Brunswick and part of the team that put together the top one hundred connected leaders were some questions for us. Spur conversation. All right. Let's get a check on the national news headlines back over to Bob moon week. Oh, hey Bob Carroll. Lucky support from its allies. The US State Department insists Iran is behind last week's attack onto tankers in the Persian Gulf, and should still be held to the standards of the Iran nuclear deal from which the US has withdrawn. Iran says it did not orchestrate those attacks. And the United States is engaging in economic terrorism through sanctions spokesman Morgan Ortega's says the world should not give in to nuclear extortion. There should be no relieving of sanctions for their maligned and unacceptable behavior around says the US is headed toward confrontation, Gloria Vanderbilt child. Aris, turn genes Queen has died at the age of ninety five a descendant of Cornelius Vanderbilt a shipping and railroad magnate. She inherited about four million dollars at age twenty one much of which was spent by the time she was in her forties. Although her life was played out in public stage from the outset her fame spiked in the late nineteen seventies when she put her name on designer jeans for women. That carried her signature on the rear pockets in one thousand nine hundred six interview with PBS Vanderbilt talked about how she had survived despite difficult losses including his son who committed suicide at twenty three. I think that without pain, we can't now a jury is, and that is very sustaining for me. Because that is what life is without that we, if we don't have pain, we don't have Joey. And if we don't have pain, we don't know that we're alive. Another son. Anderson Cooper is a journalist at CNN. He calls her an extraordinary woman who loved life and lived it on her terms, full news, twenty four hours a day on air and a tick talk on Twitter. I'm Bob.

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"one tenth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From Bloomberg's European headquarters in London, I'm Markus Karlsson. With this Bloomberg radio business flash. Asian equities have kicked off Wednesday session on a risk off notes at the same time here in the UK, we're focusing in on politics were keeping an eye on stunning as it said stabilizing after the defeat of Theresa May's Brexit deal last night. We are seeing studying now higher by about eight tenths to the open between one tenth and t- tenths of one percent won't spot thirty nine hundred one that's where we stand on cable this morning looking elsewhere in the FX space, the Bloomberg dollar spot index catching some bids hair high about almost two tenths of one percent. The alsi dollar has been the main in the space in the currency space looking at Asian equities a little bit closer at that. The regional benchmark down by half of one percent Japan led the way lower overnight. But Chinese equities have actually over. For taking Japan on the downside. So to speak with the CSI three hundred our off by one point two percent within growth concerns of weighing on Asian stocks. Investors are digesting the softer imprint of Japanese machinery orders while consumer confidence in Australia is also softening the risk of sentiment. Looks set to spread to both the US as well. As Europe in this part of the world received euro, stocks fifty futures declined by almost half of one percent when it comes to fixed income we are seeing the ten year treasury yield rise almost two basis points two point six zero eight percent. That's where we stand at this morning. Let's say Bloomberg radio business flash. Here is the guarantee with more on what's going on good morning,.

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"one tenth" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:42 min | 2 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In the skin upon exposure to sunlight, and what's eventually mate is a steroid hormones steroid hormones activated vitamin d is a steroid hormone. And the way they work at is there. The key. There are key to your genetic code and some steroid hormones are key to only a few genes, but vitamin d is the key to two thousand genes that is it unlocks two thousand gene, it's the key that two thousand that's. One tenth of your genome by the one one tenth of your genome is waiting for the key unlock it. And the only thing that can unlock it is vitamin d. That's why it's involved in so many different health conditions. Your body knows what it needs it just needs the key to unlock the right, gene? Now, doctor you say we need five thousand I use per day. Now, here's here's the problem. I went through the the health food store the other day, and I'm looking at most multi vitamins, and I'm even looking at vitamin d sold separately, you know, a supplement itself. Most of them have two hundred four hundred I use I saw a couple brands. They had a thousand. Nobody even comes close to what Purity's offering here. I want you to talk about why we need five thousand per day. And there's really only three ways to get it. I can either go out in the the noontime sun, which really isn't practical for a lot of us. And there's you know, the skin concerns that you talked about before I go to a tanning bed again, not an optimal choice or I can supplement the right way with purity products, why the importance of this five thousand number wise that the magic bullet. Yeah. Because of a single fact. Changed my life seven years ago when I was researching vitamin d I came across a number of studies that showed that if you put on your bathing suit and go outside in the summertime and Sunday for about twenty minutes. Ten minutes on each side, you make between ten thousand and twenty thousand units of vitamin d in twenty minutes. Now, that's incredible. I thought about that. And I thought about that why would nature devise a system that made that much Adam indeed act quickly. And if you look at levels of people like lifeguards or roofers gardeners or something they're levels are fifty or sixty or seventy so that's the natural level and studies very clearly show. If you want your level to be ideal your blood level to the fifty s sixty you have to take five thousand units a day two thousand units a day. We'll get your blood level up to maybe thirty two but five thousand units a day. We'll get your blood level up to fifty. And if you take less than that, you'll get some benefits of vitamin d. You will not get the full benefits. How do I know if I'm vitamin d deficient? I mean other than there is a blood test, right, right? There is a blood test. And luckily, more and more. Doctors are ordering the tests the problem with getting a blood test is I you have to get your doctor to agree to it. And then your doctor, Dr Heston know, something about vitamin d and many of them are really too busy to read the current research, and you have to go and have the blood tests done, and then you have to go back and have the doctor interpreted, and you hope that by the way, the doctor ordered the right test. Is there an easier way are their symptoms. I could look for tell me, Pat, you probably well, I'm not a lifeguard. So chances are and I'm not not a roofer, so probably going to be vitamin d deficient, but other symptoms. I can look for not having enough energy is a common one aches and pains that doctors can't diagnose is another one. Interestingly another is your muscular skeletal system. How kind of ready feel even your performance on the athletic field? We'll talk about that later that I have a paper coming out in about a week talking about vitamin DS. Effect on athletic performance. How sharp you feel mentally whether whether sometimes you're in fog, it seems like you're just not thinking straight vitamin d is crucial for brain health. Those are the most common symptoms, but it's important understand that most people who are vitamin d deficient won't have any way of knowing it because they've been deficient for so long. They think the way they feel and the way they think and move is normal. Yeah. So you can't go by symptoms. Now, you've written to fight him and d deficiency is probably the single most. Overlooked problem we face when it comes to to our health talking. You see something that's strong. I mean what what's the scope of the problem here in the US? Well, more and more. Studies are showing virtually everybody is vitamin d deficient. Of course, it all depends upon how you define that. I mean, if you define vitamin d deficiency is anybody less than thirty then about half of Americans are vitamin d deficient. But many people many scientists are now thinking that ideal level is forty and many of us. Now think actually the ideal level is closer to fifty. And if you use the cutoff of fifty than ninety seven percent of Americans are vitamin d deficient. Let me ask you this. When when people start supplementing properly supplementing vitamin d with a product purity products getting that five thousand I use per day. What kind of a difference? They're going to notice is it gonna make them feel better. Yeah. That probably the first thing that they'll notice in effect on their feelings of wellbeing and mood by wellbeing. I just mean this feeling that, you know, you want to live, you know, some ways what's the point of going on from month to month the month, where you, you know, you get up and go is gone. And you're just don't really feel like doing anything. You know, you're not excited about anything anymore. You your mood level is low. And and that's one of the first things and the clues that we had a sort of interesting. The clues we had to mood are very similar to the close. We had for heart health. We're going to talk about that later. But but people who live the closer you live to the equator, the better your mood, the higher you live the closer to the sun. So the higher the altitude that you live out the better your mood and mood in. Proved in the summertime so mood improves in the summertime and worsens in the wintertime now, those were clues that vitamin d was somehow involved, but just recently there've been a number of studies listen to this and the American journal of geriatric psychiatry. They looked at hundreds of people. This is what they found. They found that people with the lowest vitamin d level were eleven time eleven times more likely to have low mood, and then professor Reinhold at the university of Toronto actually did an interventional study where he gave about three hundred patients four thousand units of vitamin d for a year, or so, and what stood out was their feelings of wellbeing improved their feelings of wanting to live life can feel a difference when they start to supplement the proper takes about a month. Let me let me get this special offer because I'm watching the clock here. Purity has put together fantastic offer. You've got the vitamin d at the recommended dosage the five thousand I use per day. And you've also asked them to combine it with their own. Omega three fish oils. And there's a reason for that. I want you to explain that the synergy you get they seem to make each other even work better. Plus, you're really excited about the fact that you talked him into a pretty good all you pay for shipping, and the shipping deals pretty good. Yeah. When I approached charity, I said vitamin d needs. Again, it needs a special form of vitamin k expensive foreign vitamin k to it needs to boron, and I wanted to beat the patented boron and it needs magnesium, and it needs sink. And we'll talk about why that's important. But then I said it also needs fish oil there to work together synergistically, and this is what I want you to do. I want you to give away a bottle of vitamin d a month's supply that sixty capsules and a bottle of the molecular distilled ultra pure Fisher. I want you to give it away for free, and they kind of laughed, and they said, okay, we'll do it. And they asked me why. And I said because in a month most people will feel the difference and they'll come back for more. But then I said, you know, I don't want any nineteen ninety. Five shipping and handling charge. I don't want any fourteen ninety five shipping and handling charge. I don't want even a nine ninety five shipping and handling..

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"one tenth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The stock six hundred down by one tenth of a percent this morning so losses across certainly the major indexes in Europe a little bit more robust performance coming through from the periphery the ibex down by just two tenths of a percent. The footsie may actually eking out some gains over in Italy. Elsewhere, the major markets are in negative territory down by three tenths of one percent on the fifty one hundred and the carols and down by four tenths of a percent on the Xetra. Dax some individual stock moves are of interest bags under pressure today. We had guidance lower from BNP parabas down by one point one percents. The concept is of interest. We'll talk about that shortly down by two point three percent for dine LA this hour. We've also had some gloomy news from some suppliers. So the context as well. I n g giving us a different picture for the banks up by four point four percent this morning as C Y B, a challenge a Bank in the UK. By thirteen point three percents off to their earnings the beer business doing well. Over at calls backed up by three point six percent and CR h in the construction sector in Ireland by three point seven percent as an activist investor takes a stake basil look at some of the stocks individual stocks on the move the macro picture little muted waiting for guidance perhaps little coming from the state of the union. The dollar index is stronger by one tenth of a percent. The euro a little weaker down one tenth of a percent after some weeks out of Germany. That's a look at the data. Then matt. All right. Thanks very much for that, Anna. Now, let's get to that car story as you had mentioned dime. Lower. Now expects earnings to bounce back this year. The automaker says group earnings before interest and taxes will rise slightly. That's after profits slumped in twenty eighteen amid the US China trade spat production bottlenecks here in Europe. And surging expenses for more. We're joined by Bloomberg's German bureau chief Chad Thomas, so talk to us. I chat about the year. That was why such a disappointment in two thousand eighteen twenty eighteen was a difficult year for the entire automobile industry, as you well know, Matt dime layer, of course, had two profit warnings. They were really stung by the trade spats going on and ultimately while they were able to increase their deliveries in their revenue if you look at the automobile aspect of their their business, the the main business, obviously, they weren't able to increase. The prophet there. Which means of course, that they weren't able to charge as much for their cars. So they came out of a very difficult twenty eighteen forecasting for this year a slight increase, but you know, that's pretty cautious. When you think about the fact that there was a big profit drop last year. Yes. And this is the last time that will see numbers coming from DC. He's been such a figure on the autos stage, hasn't he Chad? This must come as something of a big event. I suppose his departure from from that stage. Yeah. Well, that departure is happening as we speak. He's became institute got to press into investors, and they are really having a big event around that today. Of course, he's going to step away and hand over the reins a little bit later this spring. The other thing that remember is he isn't going too far into German fashion in about a year from now he's going to take over as supervisory board chairman, so he'll be out of the spotlight for a year, or so, but will expect him to be back and weighing in on what's having a Daimler when he returns as the head of the supervisory board Ola calumnious is going to of course, takeover from a AM G fame. He's got kind of a clean slate. He can put hopefully the diesel issues behind there will be some lingering lawsuits, but how does Donald look positioned for the future of of automotive here in Germany is everybody seems to be investing more money into into electric cars. Yeah, in that was part of the discussion that we've been hearing Matt out of the annual press conference today. The fact that diner is going to cut back on spending. They're trying to rein in costs in parts. So that they have more money to invest into electric cars into autonomous driving in that really is the future and knows that in the. That will be clearly a key focus for the new CEO when he takes over. What about the need for cooperation as we see the the Nissan Renault questions around the alliance and how it will weather the current storm. And how about cooperation for European comic is how much she's not managing cushion them from the from the threats such as the US China trade trade spots and the need to invest in new diesel tank new new post diesel technologies. Well, and I think that that these cooperation agreements that you're seeing across the industry is really the future. Everyone knows that they have to plow in literally billions of dollars into these new technologies, and they basically they can't go it alone a dime. Of course, as you say is working with Renault and Nissan how that's going to play out. Now, given the departure of Carlos gone remains to be seen. There's also been some discussion happening here in Germany weather. Some of the car makers here would team up there. And what that might look like Mercedes and BMW potential. Old rivals getting together to to do some projects. So expect to see more of that. As we move forward doing like car-sharing projects doing some. Interesting. Sir taxi services. What about China though, Donald talking at the conference about Geely? Are they going to be doing more in China? It was a tough spot for them in two thousand eighteen will they be able to boost sales there. Well, that's the million dollar question. We hear that dime layer is looking potentially boosting their their stake in their joint venture in China. Although we also hear that they want to remain in partnership. They think that that's important to have that that partner in the market to help them. But how China's shakes out for them. And for others remains to be seen in. Of course. It's such a critical market for dime. Diner for all of the German luxury car makers, it's really China and US as their main big markets chat. Thank you very much. Bloomberg's Germany bureau chief chant Thomas joining us with the fascinating and fast evolving story around the carmakers. Let's get the world national news now for that we go to Markus Karlsson, Markus. Thanks very much. Matt starting with this. State of the union address in which Donald Trump lauded, the US economy calling on all sides to work together to protect and grow the country. He said a trade deal with China must include structural change. I have great respect for president. She and we are now working on a new trade deal with China, but it must include real structural change to end unfair trade practices, reduce our chronic trade deficit and protect American jobs rising democratic stalls. Stacey Abrams hit back after Trump's address saying Republicans have left the nation's middle-class adrift by abandoning the values of fairness and equality. Meanwhile, US President Donald Trump has also confirmed that he will hold a second nucleus summit with North Korea Korea's leader later this month, the two day meeting with Kim you earn in Vietnam will begin three weeks today. Eight months after the past. I historic talks says the first summit in Singapore. Little progress has been made toward getting Kim to denuclearize the British Prime Minister Theresa May's and her search for a Brexit deal. Intensifies today may is on the second day of her trip to northern. Orland and she's hoping to find a solution to the border between the UK and Ireland that will be acceptable to the British parliament Leah vodka, her Irish counterpart also goes to Brussels to hold his own talks with the European Union and Italy's populist leaders are looking for foreign allies before the European parliament elections. In may Bloomberg's John lane says the talian deputy premier Luigi Demeo has found common ground with French protesters in defiance of president mccone deputy premier Luigi de mayo of the five star movement met senior figures of frontiers yellow vest protesters near Paris on Tuesday at Matteo Salvini of the league is trying to forge a nationalist front across the EU in Rome. John for lane. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. Global news twenty four hours a day on Aruna talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries. I'm Markus Karlsson. This is Bloomberg Hannah. Thanks very much markets. Now with the morning sport is William Mesler. Newport. Pulled off an FA Cup shop last night as they don't Middlesboro out of the competition with the to know win fifty seven places currently separates the championship and league two side in the football pyramid. Newport, boss, Michael Flynn was.

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"one tenth" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on AM Joy

"Today in America, the top one tenth of one percent has amassed about as much wealth. As ninety percent of America. You're gonna have to pay if you have more than fifty million dollars in assets, this is the ultra rich gonna have to pay two percent a year of that amount over fifty million dollars. And here's the deal about the money though. I want to underline this part. It's to use that money to build opportunity for the rest of America as the list of democratic potential and current presented candidates grows. Progressive policies like Elizabeth warns proposed wealth tax are taking center stage. Is this a sign of things to come in the race for twenty twenty? Joining me now to discuss Tiffany cross co founder and managing editor of BTC, Jamal Simmons. Democratic strategists and host of hill TV and Jason Johnson resident skeptic back with he's are skeptical faith, but we're going to go to my optimistic friend. Let's talk about Elizabeth Warren because it's interesting that she's trying to get back into the conversation after being sort of out of the conversation when it was about the wall and other issues that are not her core thing, so she's come roaring back in with us wealth tax idea here the specifics a two percent tax on household with assets above fifty million a three percent tax on households with assets over a billion. It would raise two point seven five trillion dollars over ten years, and it draws from seventy five thousand families just seventy thousand out of three hundred and twenty six million families. That's point one percent of households can this idea fly in a democratic primary when tax and spin was always the death knell of democratic candidacies. I think it can. And I actually think the Senator was very wise to roll out this tax plan because what you saw last election cycle is Republicans who were able to successfully hood. Wink, white working class voters into thinking that they were there champion when really Elizabeth Warren is your champion. Once she's saying is this is less than point one percent of people in America. So they might pay a couple of hundred million dollars more a couple of hundred million dollars won't impact their lifestyle at all imagine having that much money in that much wealth. So I think she's quite successfully cornered Republicans, and you Jackson pose this with secretary of commerce secretary Wilbur Ross saying, I don't understand why people don't sell their consuls, you know, during during this shutdown. So I think she's I'm put put Republicans in a corner to have to defend this. I think it's a robust tax plan. And I think it's something that voters can and should get on board with you, can I just say that I think Kate McKinnon will Wilbur Ross is probably a lot more popular have been real. See that last night. Let's go to you on this because you have been involved in a few campaigns in you know, the other side comes for Democrats on tax where they always go. There's this. There's this idea in Republican politics, and even if people aren't real rich, they wanna be real rich. And so when you tax the rich or say, you're going to do it it just turns people off because they see themselves one day being the wealthy person. Right. So if you look at the polling now, I don't know if it was the twenty eight thousand eight crash or what? But people seem to favor this idea of tax, not even kind of it's pretty popular, right? That people want to do it at the same time. Warren keeps having to explain it and explaining marginal tax rates turns out to be even difficult to do for the to the club for growth seem to understand what it means. So what do you think is this gonna work her latest attempt to explain it to an after Dan Snyder, the owner of the Washington Redskins? She says this billionaire NFL owner just paid one hundred million dollars for a super yacht with his own is up with its own. I Mex theater I'm pretty sure he can pay my new ultra millionaires tax to help the.

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"one tenth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:36 min | 2 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"A vitamin it is truly the one vitamin you cannot get from a good diet because it's not a vitamin it's made in the skin upon. Exposure to sunlight, and what's eventually mate is a steroid hormone theory. Hormones activated vitamin d is a steroid hormone. And the way they work that is the key. There are key to your genetic code and some stare at hormones are key to only a few genes, but vitamin d is the key to two thousand genes that is it unlocks two thousand genes, it's the key that two thousand that's one tenth of your genome by the one tenth of your genome is waiting for the key to unlock it. And the only thing that can unlock it is like that's why it's involved in so many different health conditions. Your body knows what it needs it just needs the key to unlock the right, gene? Now, doctor you say we need five thousand I use per day. Now, here's here's the problem. I went through the the health food store the other day, and I'm looking at most multi vitamins, and I'm even looking at vitamin d sold separately. You know as a supplement itself. Most of them have two hundred four hundred I use I saw a couple of brands. They had a thousand. Nobody even comes close to what Purity's offering here. I want you to talk about why we need five thousand per day. And there's really only three ways to get it. I can either go out in the noontime sun, which really isn't practical for a lot of us. And there's you know, the skin concerns that you talked about before I go to a tanning bed again, not an optimal choice or I can supplement the right way with purity products. Why do you of this five thousand number wise that the magic bullet? Yeah. Because of a single fact, and this fact changed my life seven years ago when I was researching vitamin d I came across a number of studies that showed that if you put on your bathing suit and go outside in the summertime and Sunday for about twenty minutes. Ten minutes on each side, you make between ten thousand and twenty thousand units of vitamin d in twenty minutes. Now, that's incredible. I thought about that. And I thought about that why would nature devise a system that made that much vitamin d that quickly? And if you look at levels of people like lifeguards are roofer. Cardinals or something? They're levels are fifty or sixty or seventy so that's the natural level and studies very clearly show. If you want your level to the ideal your blood level to the fifty s sixty you have to take five thousand units a day two thousand units a day. We'll get your blood level up till maybe thirty two but five thousand units today, we'll get your blood a little up to fifty. And if you take less than that, you'll get some benefits of vitamin d but you will not get the full benefits. How do I know if I'm vitamin d deficient? I mean other than there is a blood test, right, right? There is a blood test. And luckily, more and more. Doctors are ordering the test the problem with getting a blood test as I you have to get your doctor to agree to it. And then your doctor has to know something about vitamin d and many of them are really too busy to read the current research, and you have to go and have the blood tests done, and then you have to go back and have the doctor interpreted, and you hope that by the way, the doctor ordered the right test. There's an easier way on their symptoms. I could look for tell me, Pat, you're probably I'm not a lifeguard. So chances are not a roofer, so probably gonna beat vitamin d deficiency symptoms. I can look for. Yes. Not having enough energy is a common one aches and pains. The doctors can't diagnose is another one. Interestingly another is your muscular skeletal system. Hell kind of ready you feel even your performance on the athletic field. We'll talk about that later. I have a paper coming out in about a week talking about vitamin DS effect on athletic performance. How shark you feel mentally whether whether sometimes you're in fog seems like you're just not thinking straight vitamin d is crucial for brain health. Those are the most common symptoms, but it's important understand that most people who are vitamin d deficient won't have any way of knowing it because they've been deficient for so long. They think the way they feel and the way they think and move is normal. So you can't go by sent them. Now, you've written that vitamin d deficiency is probably the single most. Overlooked problem we face when it comes to to our health talking. You say something that's wrong. I mean what what's the scope of the problem here in the US, more and more. Studies are showing virtually everybody is vitamin d deficient. Of course, it all depends upon how you define that. I mean, if you define vitamin d deficiency is any. Nobody less than thirty and about half of Americans are vitamin d deficient. But but many people many scientists now thinking that idea level is forty and many of us. Now think actually the ideal level is closer to fifty. And if used the cut off the fifty than ninety seven percent of Americans are vitamin d deficient. Let me ask you this. When when people start supplementing properly supplementing vitamin d with the product purity products getting that five thousand I use per day. What kind of a difference? Are they going to make them feel better? Yeah. That's probably the first thing that they'll notice in effect on their feelings of wellbeing and mood by wellbeing. I just mean feeling that, you know, you want to live, you know, some ways what's the point of going on from month to month the month, where you, you know, you get up and go is gone. And you're you just don't really feel like doing anything. You know, you're not excited about anything anymore. Your mood level is low. And and that's one of the first thing and the clues that we had a sort of interesting. The clues we had to mood are very similar to the close. We had for heart health. We're going to talk about that later, but people who live the closer you live to the equator, the better your mood, the higher you live closer to the sun. So the higher the altitude that you live out the better your mood and mood improves in the summertime. So mood improves in the summertime and worsens in the wintertime now, those were clues at vitamin d was somehow involved, but just recently there've been a number of studies listen to this and the American journal of geriatric psychiatry. They looked at hundreds of people. This is what they found. They found that people with the lowest vitamin d level. Were eleven time eleven times more likely to have low mood, and then professor Reinhold visa at the university of Toronto actually did an interventional study where he gave about three hundred patients four thousand units of vitamin d for a year, or so and what stood out was their feelings of wellbeing improve their feelings of wanting to live life, and they can feel the difference when they start to supplement rapper takes about a month. Let me get this special offer because I'm watching the clock here. Purity has put together fantastic offer. You've got the vitamin d at the recommended dosage the five thousand I use per day. You've also asked them to combine it with their omega three fish oils. And there's a reason for that. I want you to explain that the synergy you get they seem to make each other even work better. Plus, you're really excited about the fact that you talked him into a pretty good paying for shipping, and the shipping deals pretty good. Yeah. When I approached curious, I said, you know, vitamin d needs again, these special form of vitamin k expensive foreign vitamin k to it needs to boron, and I want it to be the patented boron and it needs magnesium, and it needs to think and we'll. Talk about why that's important. But then I said it also needs fish oil to work together synergistically. And this is what I want you to do. I want you to give away a bottle of.

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"one tenth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Miller. You're listening to daybreak Europe on London D A B digital radio. We did see a little bit of optimism last night on Wall Street's over there being progress in US, China trade talks, perhaps Asian investors taking it with a little bit of salt a pinch of salt. Perhaps it is true. You saw yesterday the US index is close in the green. And by the way, that triggers a long-term by signal known as the swag breadth thrust. Just in case you're wondering I'll be using the chart later on. I'm going to give you a little bit of a heads up. I'm going to be using this award in the battle of the charts, which is a popular segment on Bloomberg television. At about eight fifty London time. So you can check it out there or you can see, and I'm sure in our GT chart librarian any case, it is a based on the volume of rising shares and occurs momentum surges from an oversold level. So that's interesting. However, it didn't sell Asian stocks. You still had all the topics and the Nikkei were up on the Nikkei up eight tenths of one percent. But the hang sang down again just one tenth of one percent and the mainland. Chinese indexes were down about a third are down about a third of one percent as we speak. The tax is also down about a third of one percent. The kospi is down a little more than half a percent in South Korea. The nifty fifty is down about one tenth of one percent. So Asian stocks are not rallying and to be fair. The US gains were slight we were looking at seven tenths percent gain on the S and P five hundred Jones industrial average. Which was up just under one hundred points, which these days is almost not moving at all. We do see futures trading in positive territory in the US and futures for European stocks. Also trading up we have yours stocks. Fifty futures up about three tenths of one percent. Footsie-100 futures up about two tenths of one percent. And Dax futures also gaining about a third of one percent right now. So there's a look at your equity picture, we give you your data. Every fifteen minutes here on Bloomberg radio. We do. Indeed. Let's also deal deeper into our top stories this morning, and we all going to start with that trade theme. It's day. Two of U S, China trade talks with optimism coming through from both sides. Lou. Bloomberg's Bryan cuts is reports. Now from Hong Kong, the Trump administration has expressed confidence it can reach a reasonable deal with China. But how do you define reasonable how much ground is trying to give on structural change to its economy? And what does the US given return? At the moment. Markets are fairly tranquil as investors away details and for its side, China appears to be showing good faith. Traders say state-owned enterprises have been in market spying US made goods, no one expects a full resolution this week, but perhaps a few small steps of progress in Hong Kong, Bryan Curtis. Bloomberg daybreak Europe. All right, Brian. Thanks very much for that. Now, let's get to some more top corporate news here. We're talking about Samsung this morning after the developments with apple the fourth quarter profit and sales missed estimates. At the Japanese company that's in part because of worsening U S China relations and falling demand for memory chips. Anti lie analyst with Bloomberg intelligence says Samsung is also facing slowing handset demand and long term growth drivers like a and five G that won't help much for now this year with the weakness.

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"one tenth" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"These different things is because vitamin d is not a vitamin it is truly the one vitamin you cannot get from a good diet because it's not a vitamin it's made in the skin upon exposure to sunlight, and what's eventually mate is a steroid hormone derived hormones activated vitamin d is a steroid hormone. And the way they work at is. They're the key. There are key to your genetic code and some steroid hormones are key to only a few genes, but vitamin d is the key to two thousand genes that is it unlocks two thousand gene, it's the key that two thousand that's one tenth of your genome by one tenth of your genome is waiting for the key to unlock it. And the only thing that can unlock it is vitamin d. That's why it's involved in so many different health conditions. Your body knows what it needs it just needs the key to unlock the right, gene? Now, doctor you say we need five thousand I use per day. Now, here's here's the problem. I. Went through the the health food store the other day, and I'm looking at most multi vitamins, and I'm even looking at vitamin d sold separately as a supplement itself. Most of them have two hundred four hundred I use I saw a couple of brands. They had a thousand. Nobody even comes close to what Purity's offering here. I want you to talk about why we need five thousand per day. And there's really only three ways to get it. I can either go out in the noontime sun, which really isn't practical for a lot of us. And there's you know, the skin concerns that you talked about before I go to a tanning bed again, not an optimal choice or I can supplement the right way with purity products, why the importance of this five thousand number wise that the magic bullet. Yeah. Because of a single fact, and this fact changed my life seven years ago when I was researching vitamin d I came across a number of studies that showed that if you put on your bathing suit and go outside in the summertime and Sunday for about twenty minutes. Ten minutes on each side. You make between ten thousand and twenty thousand units of vitamin d in twenty minutes. Now. That's incredible. I thought about that. And I thought about that why would nature devise a system that made that much vitamin d that quickly? And.

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"one tenth" Discussed on TEDTalks Science and Medicine

TEDTalks Science and Medicine

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on TEDTalks Science and Medicine

"If you crowd them together, like we do in our cultures, you can see they're beautiful, green chlorophyll. One of those test tubes has a billion pro Clark caucus in it. And as I told you earlier, there are three billion billion billion of them on the planet. That's three Octavian if you care to convert. And collectively they wait more than the human population and they photo synthesize as much as all of the crops on land. They're incredibly important in the global ocean. So over the years, as study them and found how a bundle they were, we thought this is really strange. How can a single species be so abundant across so many different habitats. And as we isolated more into culture, we learned that they are different EKO types. There are some that are adapted to the highlight intensities in the surface water, and there's some that are Apted the low light in the deep ocean. In fact, those cells that live in the bottom of the sunlit zone, the most efficient photo synthesizers of any known sell. Then we learned that there are some strains that that are grow up along the equator where they're higher temperatures and some that do better at the cooler temperatures as you go north and south. So as we studied these more and more. Kept finding more and more diversity without, oh my God, how diverse are these things? And about that time it became possible to sequence their genomes and really look under the hood and see their genetic makeup. And we've been able to sequence the genomes of cultures that we have, but also recently using Saitama tree, we can isolate individual cells from the wild in sequence there, individual genomes, and now we've sequenced hundreds of pro Clark caucus, and although each cell has roughly two thousand genes, that's one tenth of size of the human genome. As you sequence more and more, you find that they only have a thousand of those in common and the other thousand for each individual strain is drawn from an enormous gene pool, and it reflects the particular environment that the cell might have thrived in not just hire low light or higher low temperature, but whether there are nutrients that limit them like nitrogen phosphorus, iron, it reflects to habitat that they come from think of it this way. If each cell is a smartphone and the apps are the genes when you get your smartphone, it comes with these built in apps. Those are the ones that you can't delete. If you're an iphone person, you press on them and they don't jiggle and they don't have exes even if you don't want them, you can't get rid of them. Those are like. Those are like the core genes of pro cork caucus. They're the essence of the phone, but you. Have a huge pool of apps to draw on to make your phone custom design for your particular lifestyle and habitat. If you travel a lot, you'll have a lot of travel apps..

"one tenth" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Sure i look at its recycling is one tenth of the of the solid waste business but it is an important part of what we do so i understand that the conversation this morning but look solid waste was was outstanding and we've got a plan for for helping out the recycling business can we talk about commercial and industrial versus residential because that's stuff that i understand more than recycling how are they doing right well so so commercial utah recycling them we don't go no that's what they're told not talking about you real business gain construction on it well so that the strengthening solid waste business came from commercial industrial landfill the resume business has been a little bit soft for the last few years as we've called some of the some of the lower margin business out but boy commercial was outstanding landfill was good industrials been very good i think it kind of parallels the economy and the strengthen that and in both us and canada and also some of what we're doing on our customer experience and our disciplined growth and where the geographies that are doing the best and what kind of construction commercial is it that's doing so well i tell you it's hard to pick a geography that's not doing well they're all doing well i guess you could say that maybe western canada's is a little bit still a little bit soft but but it's coming back as oil comes back so most of the geographies are really strong right now the ones that are doing the absolute best are probably in the south floor.

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"one tenth" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Sure i look at its recycling is one tenth of the of the solid waste business but it is an important part of what we do so i understand that the conversation this morning but look solid waste was was outstanding and we've got a plan for for helping out the recycling business can we talk about commercial and industrial versus residential because that's stuff that i understand more than recycling how are they doing right well so so commercial utah recycling them we don't go no that's what they're told not talking about you real business gain construction on it well so that the strengthening solid waste business came from commercial industrial landfill the resume business has been a little bit soft for the last few years as we've called some of the some of the lower margin business out but boy commercial was outstanding landfill was good industrials been very good i think it kind of parallels the economy and the strengthen that and in both us and canada and also some of what we're doing on our customer experience and our disciplined growth and where the geographies that are doing the best and what kind of construction commercial is it that's doing so well i tell you it's hard to pick a geography that's not doing well they're all doing well i guess you could say that maybe western canada's is a little bit still a little bit soft but but it's coming back as oil comes back so most of the geographies are really strong right now the ones that are doing the absolute best are probably in the south floor.

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"one tenth" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"What a matter and what a t mike metro pcs in the iphone se for zero dollars on a network that covers ninety nine percent of people in the us oem present play with the best switched to metro pcs unlimited lt plan and get a thirty two gig iphone se for ciro dollars metro pcs coverage not available in some areas plus sales tax claim based on talking tech's directive numbers currently on the t mobile directive on metro pcs in the past ninety days see store for details and terms conditions odur twins out to jalen brown twenty gene goes quizzing to the ground as the celtics get a free with one tenth of a second remaining and the game is over the boston celtics sweep the road trip and come from eleven down to beat the jazz jalen brown of the boston celtics letting everybody know puts them respect on our name that was nice some respect on our name minus kyri ervin the number to see right now currently standing in the eastern conference the boston celtics let people know hey don't underestimate us don't underrate us we're still team to be reckoned with great game last night they beat the utah jazz in oran team that i wanna see the playoffs i know they probably your way but still going to be interesting playoffs for those boston celtics had on my career last segment and mike you know kind of wrapping it up and just digesting what he said a little bit that the targeting rural gave me a it's not a targeted rush scott the nfl to come up with actual name what the actual hit line name be for that role because it's still sounds like yeah looks like the targeting ruled deals like the targeting role you're leading with your helmet but it's also authentic players can be penalized for two so yeah they're going to have to come up with something because they don't want this labeled targeting role for sure but he still gave me a little gray area though i love mike but i still got the little bit of gray area because he said the jetsons are truly going to come from non football.

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"one tenth" Discussed on Trumpcast

Trumpcast

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on Trumpcast

"Percent maybe as much as one tenth of one percent on the growth rate so i think economists no no you'll occasionally see ones raise their hand and enter the public frei with an op ed or something um but the vast bulk of them from left to right think the growth affects a very small in the short run could be negative over a couple decades and all agree that the tax bill would not come close to paying for it so you and larry summers your former colleague from from the obama administration m and the clinton administration have gone after in particular group of conservative economist uh including i think of nobel prizewinner robert barrow ruehe who've been claiming a much higher growth from this tax cut what's what what are they claim and what's the disagreement about um you by the way maybe predicting the future for robert barrio um but he hasn't won the nobel prize at least noth ourika odd but uh it and he's not gonna win it with this analysis i i think rubberized on fantastic work you was my first maccari teacher graduate school but i i wouldn't give manila bout prize for the letter he wrote on this tax net really actually illustrates something you have economist who when they right stuff for journal's are really careful check everything and then a a group of economists sent a letter to secretary mnuchin it a really critical time in this tax bill and it was just riddled with errors it miss cited sources at multiplied numbers wrong it was i think a little bit misleading in that it would give you a growth number but not tell you might take you thirty forty fifty years to get to that is actually much smaller than you thought it was an larry summers and i went and wrote a response to it they responded back to us and i admitted part of what we had charged backtracked on some of their key numbers and i think didn't answer the rest of what we said but i think it's a little bit sad when you look at the public debate and this not the same no accountability for accuracy that you would have you know if you're in a in a seminar in an academic debate will miss idea of academic neutrality which in a in a car and i cannot.

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"one tenth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

Software Engineering Daily

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"one tenth" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily

"One tenth of a cent per click and you can see the menu here is so filter is filter remote filter forensic yes or no it's just a drop down menu of what you want this traffic to do so dan i picked my target which was an ad platform that said we guarantee 100 percent fraudfree said okay you know you're basing this on integral add science which is a widely adopted filter and because they're so widely adopted across the advertising industry their target for the traffic vendors because that's where they have an incentive to create the traffic where i hosted on goda yet it dollar month winnick's hosting yeah so that was the one tenth of assent for click traffic you can see my use your id and so based on the date the number of quakes i bought and how much i spent and below is the goobweyn liddick screen shot and he could see bit 96 percent or ninety eight percent of these visitors are new users that's a huge red flag with any website is the overwhelming majority of their traffic is new users instead of returning desserts there should be some type of balance otherwise you're what it's refer to as an arbor site this is screen shots from google analytics also a breakdown of the service provider so who's the internet connection all cloud hosting companies and be browser breakdown which is anomalous to the general computer user market the thing is they can fit it doesn't have to use firefight she's just passing something else so i monetize the site and i had four different companies forty four baht detection company scanning what the quality the traffic was and because i was buying moat filter traffic i esperance or traffic double verify filter traffic is major filters i picked to that were the major filters that were the targets of the traffic into agnostic ones that were smaller companies moat was one of the big ones and this is one hundred percent robotic data center traffic they detected 38 percent bots.

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