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"ostrom" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

05:47 min | 5 months ago

"ostrom" Discussed on KOMO

"Drivers for homegrown sandwich distribution held a strike this morning and rented in the second one in the last week with workers unhappy that the company put cameras inside the driver's fans. Here's more from carlene Johnson. The drivers believe the new surveillance system is part of the company's response to employees who want to unionize Jimmy Jackson has worked for homegrown delivering sandwiches for the last four years. She walked out today, as did others at the Renton distribution center. They're saying that it's for insurance purposes, but they haven't shown us any proof that that's really what it's for. We kind of find a coincidental that this is happening while we are trying to unionize as well. The workers say they've been trying to have a conversation with the company for three months about organizing, then came the cameras, including one that faces the driver, those were installed last week. We did reach out on Facebook to the company, but have yet to hear back. Curling Johnson, northwest news radio. Washington's attorney general taking a mushroom grower to court, saying that they would only hire men. We have details from Jeff Pogba. Ostrom is a mushroom producer based in sunnyside, southeast of Yakima. And according to the complaint, the company fired nearly all of its female employees and replaced them with mostly men. This happened just as ostrich was applying for the H two a guest worker program. Employers like ostrom can not apply for this program unless they can show that there's a shortage of workers located in the region. AG bob Ferguson says the firings prove there was no such shortage. Additionally, he says the company posted an online ad for H two agricultural workers, which said only men could apply. These actions Ferguson says are in violation of both state and federal laws. Jeff pozole in northwest news radio. The company has not yet responded to our request for comment, King County leaders ramping up a series of hearings today aimed at reducing gun violence, John libertini reports. There was so much to cover a third hearing was added to examine gun violence. There were sort of magnets for crime. Daniel Webster with John Hopkins University says sprucing up vacant lots and run down homes in Philadelphia had a dramatic impact. 39% reduction in gun violence in the blocks where they focused the numbers tell a story. Inventoried over 31 Washington firearm databases. Kate Kelly, state office of firearm safety and violence prevention says data collection is a new weapon. Some of these data driven evidence based practices can help to intervene in firearm violence. Some states are now suing bad actors, Webster noted the case of a gun dealer in Milwaukee. There was a 200% increase in guns going into criminal use after retail sale from this dealer. Did Washington training and waiting periods could be expanded to include all firearms. John libertini, northwest news radio. Investigators in snohomish county are trying to figure out what caused a deadly overnight fire involving two RVs in Arlington. Lieutenant Peter Barrett tells us when firefighters arrived, they tried to get the man out of the RV, but say due to the large scope of the fire, they were unsuccessful. One of the RV units occupant was able to get out but could hear a male voice would sound like male voice and one of the units screaming for help. The flames so massive Barrett says residents reported seeing them at least 40 feet in the air. He says the neighborhood is typically pretty quiet and they rarely have any problematic calls. We don't have any indication that there was any illicit drug labs or any anything else any our center or anything at this point. But those are all things that the fire marshal will be looking into. Neighbors say the man living in the RV was somewhat new to the park. That's como for his hand and Knowles reporting troopers investigating after a U.S. Postal Service truck crashed in its driver died east of Alma, the Washington state patrol says it happened just before noon today in the westbound lanes of highway 8 where the box truck went 65 feet off the roadway. The 25 year old driver was pronounced dead at the scene. Still ahead. Traveling abroad, many people have the same idea. I'm Tom butler with some tips on what you could do to make sure you're as prepared as possible. 6 ten and time to visit the Beacon plumbing sports desk with Bill Swartz. Seattle storm expects a hard fought playoff series against a team from the other Washington. It'll be a four versus 5 seat matchup in round one of the WNBA playoffs. The storm hosts the Washington mystics at climate pledge arena Thursday and Sunday. Seattle floor general Sue bird on the pluses and minuses of a new three game format. Is it great to have your first two games at home? Yeah. You know, you split. And now you got to go win a game three on the road. And I think I'm sure for a team, on the other side of that, in this case, D.C., you're like, dang. In men's basketball LeBron James has agreed to a whopping two year $97 million contract extension through 2024 25 with the LA Lakers. He's in position to pass Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as the NBA's all time leading scorer. In Anaheim today, the Mariners finished off with three games sweep of the angels. They broke out the long ball with home runs twice by Cal Raleigh, a two run dinger from eugenio Suarez same for Jesse winker. Solid start by George Kirby and the M's win it 11 to 7 to stay in that ale wild card top spot. They opened a series Friday in Oakland. The athletics today released the veteran infielder Elvis Andrews and little league baseball World Series underway in Williamsport, northwest champion Bonnie Lake Sumner, taking on Honolulu, Hawaii. Sports was worth ten and 40 after the hour northwest news radio. Northwest news time 6 11 just like the August temperatures air travel has soaring at setac airport Tom hudler has more. And if you plan to travel abroad, there are some things you can do to make sure you are prepared. Barry Cooper, meteor relations manager at sea tech, says overall travel has treaded more toward pre-pandemic levels especially

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"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

02:45 min | 11 months ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"To try to warm them back up, but they had just <Speech_Female> gotten wet because the snow <Speech_Female> was so wet. So I <Speech_Female> changed my gloves out. <Speech_Female> Went back out <Speech_Female> for another lap, and <Speech_Female> then I started having <Speech_Female> a spasm in <Speech_Female> my left glute <Speech_Female> and hamstring. <Speech_Female> So I'm like, oh <Speech_Female> man, not now. <Speech_Female> You know? <Speech_Female> Never a good time for that, <Speech_Female> but <Speech_Female> so then I stopped <Speech_Female> and had to stretch <Speech_Female> out my glutes <Speech_Female> and hamstrings <Speech_Female> a little bit, like did <Speech_Female> some deep squats. <Speech_Female> And then it seemed <Speech_Female> to release <Speech_Female> and I was able to <Speech_Female> finish <Speech_Female> the final out and <Speech_Female> back. <Speech_Female> And I was trying to <Speech_Female> enjoy the scenery. <Speech_Female> Nothing's <Speech_Female> in bloom right now, but there's <Speech_Female> trees, and there's <Speech_Female> a little creek that <Speech_Female> goes through there. There's <Speech_Female> a lot of geese that have <Speech_Female> come to our area <Speech_Female> and a lot of <Speech_Female> ducks. And so <Speech_Female> I enjoy being out in nature, <Speech_Female> and there really wasn't many <Speech_Female> people out on <Speech_Female> this trail. <Speech_Female> So I didn't have to worry <Speech_Female> about traffic. There was <Speech_Female> a lot of positive <Speech_Female> things about it. <Speech_Female> But I will say when <Speech_Female> I finally saw the <Speech_Female> car after I was done, <Speech_Female> I was very happy to <Speech_Female> climb inside a <Speech_Female> warm car. <Speech_Female> Turn the heat on, <Speech_Female> the seat heater. <Speech_Female> Finally, <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> feel my fingers <Speech_Male> again. <Speech_Male> Well, I guess it goes <Speech_Male> to show that running <Speech_Male> isn't all weather <Speech_Male> sport. <SpeakerChange> So invest <Speech_Male> in the right gear. <Speech_Female> Are you saying I need <Speech_Male> to get some better <Speech_Male> gloves? You probably <Speech_Female> do. More expensive ones <Speech_Female> than the little <Speech_Female> ones that we got <Speech_Male> from a freebie race <Speech_Male> gloves. Because <Speech_Male> we have are so cheap. <Speech_Male> They're like throwaway <Speech_Female> gloves. <Speech_Female> It's like the only time I think about <Speech_Male> it is when I'm out on a <Speech_Male> run for using my fingers <Speech_Male> off though. <Speech_Male> And now <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> all right, <Speech_Male> so thanks Angie for inspiring <Speech_Male> us to do hard <Speech_Male> things. <SpeakerChange> I probably still <Speech_Male> would have opted for the treadmill <Speech_Female> that day, but <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> that's also a special <Speech_Male> kind of <Speech_Female> hard thing. That's true. That's <Speech_Female> true. I <Speech_Female> was considering <Speech_Female> the snow to be <Speech_Female> less hard than the treadmill. <Speech_Female>

"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

05:34 min | 11 months ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"Has also links to the foundation's website where you can read more about the cancer itself and other things that are going on in that community as well. Awesome. We really appreciate you taking the time to talk to us today. Thank you guys for having me. I really appreciate it. All right, well, big thanks to Delorean for sharing his story with us on the MTA podcast and that website you can go to once again is racing for hope dot ORG. It sounds like it's got big plans because he's always marathons he wants to do and then he's talking about doing an ultra and yeah. He's definitely a go getter and one thing I was so impressed with is how despite his very, very busy life he just makes time for his runs. I mean, he was talking about getting up at two in the morning and four in the morning just for his regular job and having to fit in runs in between his various work responsibilities. So I think that really says a lot about his dedication. Yeah, when you're doing it like that, there's definitely a lot of stuff in life that you cut back on. So we didn't really get into that, but I know for a lot of people, they just don't have a social life during that time or some people, you know, they have to cut out like other hobbies. He probably doesn't go bowling much anymore. Right. So yeah, we didn't really get into that, but I know just from here in other runners stories this kind of this season of marathon training is kind of what it looks like. Speaking of marathon training and she's going to talk about her 18 miler in the snow. So Angie, why'd you pick such a nasty dating? Run outside for three hours, or however long took you. I was actually asking myself the same thing about halfway through. Since I have a flexible work schedule, I tend to do my long runs on Fridays. I know a lot of people have to do them on weekends because of their work responsibilities, but I'm a little bit flexible. And I have been guilty in the past of looking at the weather forecast and trying to pick the nicest day the best conditions to run in. Oh yeah..

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"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

05:29 min | 11 months ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"Nice. Maybe an ultra marathon, huh? Coach Henry's big on those. He's good at training his clients to run ultras. Yeah, my wife said I can not do a 100 mile or because she's like, I want a husband. Exactly. See you never. Yeah. It sounds like the hardest part for you with the training is fitting it into your busy life. Yeah. I get up at 4 a.m. to go to work every day. Monday through Friday. Saturday, sum up at 2 a.m. to go make biscuits because I make biscuits every Saturday morning for farmers market. So getting it done in the morning is impossible. So I try to fit it in in between the jobs and I get down with the school or before I go to a brewery or after making deliveries on my meal prep, something like that. Henry was telling me that sometimes you'll take a baby jogger. Take your daughter out with you. Yeah, so last week, in between the two marathons, my wife had a doctor's appointment and I'm like, this is the only way I'm going to fit it in. If I want to run now, I have to, so I grabbed the double jogger through both the kids in there and we went and ran, and they had a blast. They normally do not want to stay in the stroller at all. And they were like, go faster, go faster. I'm like, hey, I don't think you understand this, but I just ran 26 miles and I'm about to do it again. This is as fast as daddy can go. It's supposed to be my easy run girls. Yeah. Exactly. Do you have any other tips for people trying to balance everything their training in? If I had a tip, I probably would do better at it. It's not easy for anybody. No. I look at it as right now. I have a goal that I want to accomplish. I also look at it as my goal is to raise money for the foundation. And if I'm not running these marathons and I'm not putting it out there, then I'm not accomplishing that goal. And so I look at it as that foundation's relying on me to do this coaching is relying on me, my wife, my daughters. They're all relying on me to do it. So as much as I don't want to go out and run because it was 20° or because it's 75°. I just need to go out and do it. You got to be careful that you don't get burnt out by it because you still got a lot of year ahead of you, right? And you got to make sure that it's still something that you're passionate about. Yeah. It was nice yeah. After this past Saturday and I'm like, hey, I accomplished my goal. The whole time I've ever ran a marathon was I want to beat Oprah. I'm like, I can beat opron. I'm much younger, I should be able to do this. For was your time for 30. For 29 or 8 or something? Yeah, somewhere right there. I'm like, I can do this. And judge with my wife I'm like, if I didn't have 9 marathons to go, I'm retiring. But I still go ahead. Yeah, exactly. I'm like, I still have 9 left. I'm like, so now it's other than raising the money and everything. Now it's okay, I want to get faster. And I told my wife, I'm like, so every race since that first one, I've gotten faster. Chicago is 5 40, the January 1..

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"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

05:35 min | 11 months ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

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"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

02:09 min | 11 months ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"The first marathon was when and where. Was supposed to be Disney, but when my wife got pancreatitis, we knew that it was not smart and safe to travel to Disney as much as my oldest is dead set on going to Disney. That's all she talks about. We don't build fortune in my house. We build castles. So it was supposed to be Disney, that same day that I would have ran the Disney marathon. I ran a marathon just through my town. I put a post on my neighborhood Facebook page, I was like, hey, you guys don't have to donate money if you don't want to. I understand. But if you could come out, make some stupid signs, you know, it's hard enough to run a marathon. It's really hard to run by yourself. And that's what I did. So I had some people in the neighborhood come to the start, which was my driveway at 7 a.m. and was 20 something degrees. They've got coats and their coffee in hand and I'm out there in some leggings and long sleeve shirt and I'm like, all right, let's go. And I took off with no theatrics and started running. My wife was my aide stations. So her and my daughter got in the car and met me mile 16 and then 20 and then at the end, my daughters were there, dressed as if we were at Disney. They both had on their rapunzel dresses and my wife had my favorite marathon sign is the worst parade ever. I don't know. Every time I see that at every race, I'm like, that's the funniest sign ever. I saw one at the Berlin marathon. Instead of worse, it said worst with the sausage. Yeah. The versed parade ever. He was classic from classic German sign. So anyway, so that was your second marathon. That was my third total. 'cause I ran into Chicago in 2021. Yeah. And now that's right when I started working with coach Henry. Perfect. Well, I hope you've enjoyed this conversation thus far. Quick break to thank our new podcast sponsor.

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"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

05:11 min | 11 months ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"I try not to cry in front of my wife at the time. I do now a lot. But I didn't want her to worry more than what she already was. I mean, she has that medical background, so she already knew what it meant, but yeah, I just try to stay strong. She allowed me to go bowling a few days after her surgery, which was awesome because that was at the time my escape from things was going bowling. So yeah, a lot of different emotions a lot that I couldn't even express in words. Yeah. And then what happened next? She got released from the hospital. We went home, had some recovery. She found a fantastic organization out of New York called hope for two. And it is for mothers with cancer that are pregnant. And they did some research with her new oncologist and, hey, these are the chemos that are safe for you. And the oncologist was like, great, that's the chemos we were going to do. Oh, wow. So it worked out. She did. I want to say it was four rounds of chemo. We ended her chemo Sessions, the day COVID shut down Georgia. When Georgia was found like, okay, we've had enough. We're going to shut down. And we literally had just finished chemo. And then two or three days later, chemo caused my wife to have a stroke. Oh my God. So we went to the hospital. I was not allowed inside. Obviously. But at the same time, I'm like, she can't talk. She can't put a sentence together. So they allowed me in for a little bit until they could get her into a room..

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"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

04:38 min | 11 months ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"Out of shape, but I didn't have any mileage. I exercised. I lift weights and stuff, but I did not do any cardio. Yeah. There's been in shape and then there's been long distance running in shape. Like two different things. And what was your time at that first marathon? Like 6 15? And what did you run just last weekend? This past weekend I ran four 28 50 8. Which was a PR, right? Yes. Wow. Congratulations. Thank you. Let's roll it back a little bit because I know you talked about how you did that first marathon and then you didn't run marathons for a good while. Was that the time period where your wife was diagnosed with cancer? In between there. So when I ran that first one, she was pregnant with our oldest daughter. Fast forward two years, a year and a half ish. She went in. She also has two autoimmune diseases I should say. She has ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, and then she also has PSC, which is primary sclerosing cholangitis. So she has a lot of scans to check and make sure everything's going okay. And on a scan, they found a mass on her gallbladder and they were like, hey, it's fine. You're this age. We just need to remove your gallbladder. It's not going to be cancer. You're going to be fine. She went in October of 2019 to get it removed and we had moved into the waiting room myself and her mom. And there was TV screens and it had numbers that related to the patient. And then colors and the colors, her color was never changing. She was still in pre-op. I'm like, what's going on? And finally, we get a call and it's like, hey, they want you to come on back and wait with your wife and I'm like, okay, so me and her mom go back and she looks at me and she goes, can't do the surgery today..

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"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

05:40 min | 11 months ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"My way well my way all right, we're on the podcast now with Delorean ostrom. Joining us from the state of Georgia, Delorean is working with coach Henry on quite a big goal. We're running a marathon every month this year. Delorean welcome to the MTA podcast. How many people ask you if you own a Delorean? More than I would like to admit and I get a ton of Back to the Future jokes. And then I have to bring it up. He had to go there, right? Yeah, it was worse when I waited tables. When I waited tables, I would get it all the time. So what do you do for a living now? I'm a chef. I cater a private school daily is my day job. And then I have a meal prep company and a food truck. Wow. Sounds like you've got a lot going. Yeah. So that's cool. So as a food truck just kind of like for weekends and events. I'd do it as much as I can and do a lot of breweries and then events throughout the year. What's the name of the food truck and what do you guys serve? Southern grace? We serve my spin on southern food. That sounds delicious. That sounds like a food truck that I would get sucked into. Especially if it was parked at a brewery. So I've always wondered, we'll get to the running in a second, but I've always wondered like, do you have like a real passion for it 'cause I'm sure it's like a high stress high pressure job, right? Yeah, yeah, I was about 15 years old and my parents had this crazy idea to move on top of a mountain and on top of that mountain there was nothing except for a lodge across the street and I went across street and was like, hey, can I bus table with you guys? And I was busting tables for a couple months and realized the cooks were having a lot more fun. So I started cooking and I've never looked back. Awesome. And tell us about your family. You know you have a beautiful wife and two daughters tell us how you guys met and a little bit about your family. So me and my wife met on match dot com. I was a chef at a restaurant and I worked all day every day. She was a physician's assistant. So Anna urgent care and she worked all day every day. So we really didn't get to go out and meet people. So we both got on and ended up messaging each other and we went out on our first date. She said, I talked a lot. But she decided that, hey, I'll go on another date with this guy, and I got home that night and I deleted match dot com. You're.

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"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

03:41 min | 11 months ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

"You did an 18 mile long run yesterday. How did that go? Well, it was snowing or sleeting the whole time. So it was not very pleasant. Let me just leave it at that. I want to hear the full story. Let's circle back to this at the end of the podcast episodes. Everyone stay tuned. We're going to debrief Angie on how she got through her snowy 18 mile. All right, so right off the top, we want to make a couple quick shout outs before we play our interview today. And this comes from David, he says, I did my first and only 50 K, I ran the way to cool 50 K and cool California just outside of Sacramento. So wait, wait, there is a cool California you didn't know that being from California? No. Everyone from California is cool. David goes on to say it was a gorgeous course, but the most difficult course I've ever run. 4800 feet of elevation gain, several sections are strenuous and difficult even if you hike them. They have angels and demons in the pearly Gates at mile 30. Wow. My goal was to go sub 7 hours and I beat it by almost an hour and a half and I felt okay at the end. The LA marathon is coming up soon. And this note comes from Suzanne, who is a coaching client, she says, I had a great race at the coast guard half marathon in Elizabeth city, North Carolina. The course was flat, the people were nice and I had family cheering me to a PR by over three minutes. Thanks to MTA coach lyn for all your help. Awesome, well, congrats on the PR, always nice. That's right. And speaking of PRs, we're gonna jump into our conversation with academy member and coaching client Delorean ostrom, who's got quite a story. He just ran a PR at the Snickers marathon in Georgia, and this was only 6 days after a February marathon..

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"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

Marathon Training Academy

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Marathon Training Academy

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"ostrom" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"ostrom" Discussed on Cold

Cold

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Cold

"Of the resort and melissa mccarthy co stars as francis a down on her luck novelist in need of some rejuvenation watch nine perfect strangers now on hulu with new episodes every wednesday. Welcome back this is the part on the podcast where we normally talk about big moments. And today we're going to do something different. Because amy and i have both experienced a couple of big moments in our lives. And that's because we both witnessed a firing squad execution in the state of utah. Yeah i was a witness at the john. Albert taylor execution nineteen ninety-six and You witnessed an execution ten. Yeah i witnessed the firing squad execution of ronnie lee gardner in two thousand ten. He was accused of killing. Melvin otter ostrom in nineteen eighty-four and then in nineteen eighty-five while he was in court killed my An attorney by the name of michael bird l. and he injured a bailiff by the name of net. Kirk pretty severely. Yeah i think they family suggested that Nick injuries led to his premature death for him so he actually did not live to see ronnie lee gardner execute through So let's so we it's important not the reason that we witness these executions utah law allows for nine members of the media to witness the execution basically on behalf of the public to make sure and report on how things go down and so that people are aware of how someone is being executed in the state. Because they're being executed in the name of the citizens so tell me how yours. How did yours come down. So i covered the firing squad. Execution in of john albert taylor. He was convicted of the sexual assault and murder of eleven year. Old charlotte king She was murdered in her home while she waited for her mom who is at work and her mom founder and it was pretty. I mean it was a. I spent a lot of time with her uncle and her mom. And it was it had had a lasting impression on me to see the lifelong reverberation of a crime. Like that she never recovered from that. And you know for me. I was very nervous about. There were unbelievable amount of foreign and press from around the country. I would say close to two hundred credential reporters covering john. Albert taylor execution was first firing squad executions. Since gary gilmore's that's why there was such a it was it was unbelievable Press coverage and afterwards i remember We were asked to give an account of what we witnessed and answer a couple of questions from the media and some of those different things. So i remember my colleague. Amy joy bryson. Well she's now donahue but she's at the desert news now and she was at the standard examiner..

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"ostrom" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction

Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Dopey: On the Dark Comedy of Drug Addiction

"In jews like where people were from and then I went to europe. I'd never been to europe. And i went to all these places like You know Berlin barcelona and istanbul. And i was like all these amazing places. I want to live in them. But then i came back to where i was from. I was like actually the city. That i'm from is just as interesting as all of those Wild european middle eastern cities except they didn't like kill or expel jews. There's still lots of jews in new york so there you go. That's how i came back to new. York and new york is like the julius of jewelry. A jewish cities as jew who works in a jewish institution and has very little i mind. Jewish knowledge is is pretty limited to be totally honest. What did you learn on this incredible study. Like why are we chose. And why are we hated. Why are we finding. what did you learn sasha. Oh i mean. I think at the heart of it like when it came down to it. I realized that that you know jews and punk rockers. Actually have a lot in common with each other now. They're like a group of people who think of themselves as outsiders themselves like maybe even think about themselves as better than any other people around them. chosen say you know they Have a culture that they keep to themselves. They're like this. This is our culture and not other people's culture that you know they wear clothes that are you know have insignias and things like that signal to the other. The other the other ones like who they are right on end then have like this weird relationship with the lower east side of you. Know where there's like amazed as locations of people gathered whatever so but that's a long way of saying you know. I think that a lot of people like one coping strategy in the world for like for group you know is to to isolate and say we have this special diet you know and the other people around us still have the diet. And that's that's what makes us different. You know we're not gonna have children with the other people because we have. We have all these traditions And i think in as much as i was like a kid who was raised like a secular jew like you know the there was some part of me that was longing for being a part of something that was larger than myself. And that's had some history and that was like connected to connected to the past and like yeah. I found punk rock in anarchism. But like the there's there you know. I think in general. It's a really good way of understanding the modern era the nation state in. Like what like how. How groups of people like like how identity formation happens and yet jews. Are i think particularly interesting. In how how they've Like in europe lived all the different Empires what ended up becoming nations and the whole idea of the jewish question or what to do the jewish problem. With what do you do when you're creating a nation state where everybody speaking the same language and everybody has like a unified culture. But then you have these people that are like fuck. You don't wanna do that where we have this network around all the different places and we are connected to trade and like have you know. We're like we're isolated. When one thing you can do is you can say you know. These people are the fucking problem and we're going to round them up put them in camps and kill them. That's that's one way that's what that was like. The tried and true method that they were they were doing. Not so long ago did you. Did you wanna get into this study. Because of the like the eerie relationship between israelis and palestinians and like and like what is actually happening as opposed to like what people might have been saying like i. I know that. Like i don't know enough to even comment. All i wanna do is make a joke about like a punk rock band called the chosen ones where y'all have fucking to fill in and pay us. You know what i mean like. That's it but is that why you went to study it. Because within the world of social justice and and kind of disrupting stuff the palestinian-israeli question is incredibly divisive. One yay that ashram in the bahamas wearing white so how it worked there was like everybody wore white except for a few people who were yellow and then there was like one dude who orange that was the. That was the deal different. What was the significance of white yellow duck. The the orange dude was the charge. He was like the direct transmission from guy he was like the big israeli guy is totally weird and then the the the the yellow ones the people wearing yellow were enunciates so they were like kind of the equivalent like monks or something and then white was just like you know you were like the purity of god. Whatever that was that was the idea but anyway one day. I'm i'm there in ostrom checking my email and i got a message that my old friend kristen anderson who was like a guy lives in oakland years before had been shot in the head by an israeli soldier like on the west bank like he had gone there to protest some like some issue round like a palestinian village that the israeli army was occupying and he got shot and then suddenly i was like whoa. I've been hanging out with all these israelis who've all were in the military you know and we're all kind of escaping the military that gone to indian gun the yoga whatever And.

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"ostrom" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition

"When people gain muscle the improve insulin sensitivity also remember. Alzheimer's is oftentimes referred to as type three diabetes by researchers. Because there's a connection there right. Here's found to date. It's the only non medical intervention that has been shown to stop the progression of these beta amyloid. Plaques they were they were blown away like we've never seen anything that actually prevent stops in fact. It started to train at the end of the study in the reverse. The started to actually say i bet you. If we continue doing this. We'll start to see a kind of backing out of this. You know degenerative situation and again it's because it improves improves insulin sensitivity. When you look at women you get this again. In order to build muscle and strength your body. It aims for a youthful level youthful levels of hormones. Because that's what promotes strength and muscle so when women you see this balancing of estrogen progesterone. You see this again improvement and insulin sensitivity and women often been a lot of women. Don't know this but just ostrom is also important for women. Although plays a much smaller role you also see healthier levels of on in women so women with really low testosterone a little bit boost women with testosterone levels. That are out of balance with the rest of their hormones. Actually start to see it balance out a little bit and other forms of exercise. Just don't do this so in terms of mental wellbeing here. I am doing this form of exercise. That's getting my hormones to become more youthful magic. How you're gonna feel right. You're gonna feel a really good. And this is one of the. The effects of strength training resistance trying. They love to highlight. Because i think people really they really get that you know i can talk about the lawson the strength but when i paint this picture they go. Okay i want. I want those youthful hormone level. So i know feel good. Hey i just want to take a quick moment and tell you about my new book. The fasting transformation. I am so excited about this book. It is a functional guide to help you burn fat. Heal your body and transform your life.

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"ostrom" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

Serious Inquiries Only

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Serious Inquiries Only

"Hello and welcome to serious inquiries only episode three hundred and two. I'm thomas and that is lindsay ostrom. How're you doing lindsay fantastic. How are you. I'm doing great coach. Lindsey we're gonna talk about whether or not baby boomers are more narcissistic than any other generation and I so this is something that i came across that i sent to you an and it's cool because when you have co host like lindsey who has you know scientifically literate. It's always like oh. I see this you popular coverage of thing and clearly. There's a study behind it like it's pretty obvious link at the headline like there's going to be a study and will science coast person lindsay. Say this is like okay. They blew it or will they will. She say like yeah great. Study cool story. You know like this'll be interesting. And so that's kind of what this is. Because this made the rounds. I there's a little older than i thought but i think it may one of those things where you know things pop up again and go viral. Even when they're older this originally is from december two thousand nineteen. But i came across it the other month on read it i think and it was just interesting because it confirmed on my bias. But that's why we have you perennial topic. Yeah no i wanted to make sure that like okay is this. The seems really true but is this true. So we're gonna we're gonna break that all down. I'm excited to find out. How true or not true this is. Yes the the headline of the original article which is published an insider was. Baby boomers are more sensitive than millennials according to the largest ever study on narcissism. And like you. I saw this. And i was like attracts. I'll see you didn't even read it now. I'm just giving you just came on here to say that also the title seems right to you and that's it okay and if show yeah exactly no no so yes. I read the original research article that they were talking about a unfortunately this headline and and it's you know it's reiterated in the article itself gets a lot of things wrong about the the actual research article but it is an interesting research article. There's some flaws but they also did some really interesting stuff. So i think this will be really fun to talk about so the The original research. Articles by william cho- pick and Kevin grim published this in two thousand nineteen and it's called longitudinal changes and cohort differences in narcissism from early two older adulthood. So that's a mouthful and what this what this research article is trying to do is push back against this perennial idea that kids. These days or more self-centered and more entitled and that came before them because already from what you said. It sound stopped me. If i'm wrong. Sounds more like a study of how people change rather than like a comparison between generations or is it both. It's both okay. Yeah yeah they do both things. They look at changes in narcissism across the lifespan. And they do this for people that were born. In multiple different cohort k. Coaches is pretty cool. It's a lot of things to do in one study. You don't see that often but yeah. So they're they're pushing back on his kids. These days idea. And i really enjoyed the sort of understated opening to their introductions. They start with the sense. People of a certain age have always seem to remark on the self centeredness today. You which youths which also tracks with me i mean. I think that that idea has been around like at least in socrates. Oh yeah no. They're literally. I was gonna say there literally. Is that socrates quote right. I mean kids these days. They don't even know how to fix our own chariots can't even drive a manual chariot yet. The only automatic. Oh sorry. They can't drive a standard chariot. They only drive the automatic chariot fancy new one and the transmissions on this newer chairs. Go out all the time making them week and kill three or four men in battle. At a time. I used to kill ten. Yeah is it also true. It's it's not like the fact that every single generation ever has thought that like it could also be true that people just get kind of kids these days and things you know. Because of i don't technological improvements so on so forth you know maybe things do change it later. Generations just tend to have easier. I mean we've touched. I feel like we've touched on this idea before that lake. Technological advances don't actually make our lives that much easier. Wake just means that thing. I mean things change significantly like the way that we work in the way that we spend our time changes but things just remain hard. It feels like we're on this constantly. Move on to some other. Yeah some other thing in our hamster wheel things that we all feel like. We have to do for some reason. Yeah yeah yeah but but bureaus a right so this this could be a true thing and like aside from crunchy old men there actually are like a few decades of research that have been examining whether there really are quantitative shifts over time and things like narcissism and positive self views among the kids these days and so Gene twangy is a social psychologist. And she's one of the most prominent researchers. That's been examining this question. And so a lot of her work focuses on you know documenting rises purported rises and narcissism among young over time over generations. So she actually so. She published a popular press book called generation me in two thousand six and in that book she was talking about the. The narcissism epidemic among primarily millennials. That's that's you and me toss We're part of an epidemic. So she says that actually she extends it a little bit. Further back than millennials. She says since like the nineteen seventies or so the you've been seeing increases in narcissism among primarily young adults college age People and she attributes this to parenting practices largely so she thinks that because the the the typical participation trophy thesis. Yes yeah this is exactly that. So millennials and maybe slightly older than millennials that be you know the the the later part of the gen xers. I guess our parents coddled us. And they protected us too much and the school systems are obsessed with raising your self esteem and so it made our generation more self absorbed in individualistic narcissistic. So that's her hypothesis and she's purported to marshall.

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"ostrom" Discussed on Tara Brach

Tara Brach

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"ostrom" Discussed on Tara Brach

"Of course at some point. There's there's kind of a turning point or a crisis or an insight and for me. It was one moment living in the ashram of just at the just at the end of my rope feeling just exhausted and overworked and realizing how i was just I just couldn't say no because always so addicted to thinking. If i did more than i could you know. Then i'd be okay and the crisis point premie showed up as from now on. I'm going to be me until i'm fired. And there is something about that. Gave me access to like well. Would it really be okay to be me. And i think the rest of my life has been exploring that so it was a real get fired. Well you know. The paradox is that i started speaking up by started challenging. I started saying no. And and the feedback from those around me was like wow what. How did you get. Plugged into two two hundred and twenty volts instead of the sixty volts. You're operating on before. So i felt much more alive much more engaged You know paradoxes promoted. That's the problem that was actually the problem but only got promote. I only took on the things that i there really truly. Let me up as opposed to sort of feeding that that inherent sense of of The hungry ghost. I've just kind of needing needing to take on more to feel like i belonged. So it's interesting because one of my major breakthroughs on the mistrust was also an ostrom in a spiritual community in my early twenties of many spiritual communities have kind of undertone of. We're trying to get more and more perfect. You know cure and so on and in ours it was. It felt like it was like that. And so i remember at one point. Just it's like it's just everything crashing down and it became so clear how impure i was. It was like and so. I remember being in a meeting in a group of women and in confessing my impurity. You know how how much i didn't trust myself. You know that i was here. I was teaching yoga. But i really had a vanity about my own capacities as a yogi and i liked to show off and i felt self centered and it just. I felt like very far from having a pure kind of essence. And i have no idea how they responded. I think i was caught in my shame. I had couldn't pay attention. But i remember when i went back to my room. Totally is like a total crash. I was just flooded with with pain. You know about my badness so this is like you know hitting a bottom of self mistrust and just weeping until finally something just noticed. Wow this is suffering this hurt. Ouch fuelling this bad about myself really hurts and so started getting tone by compassion than there was more and more of this witness was just realizing how to to be so mistrusting and harsh and as i kept going that grew and so it it really shifted from me being this bad impure person just down on myself to a sense of united kind of like this to really kind of holding with tenderness this You know sensitive of pain and so on and then. Even that quieted down. And i had this realization that there is conditioning playing out to be vain or to be selfish or whatever was competitive and yet this presence. It was here. This tenderness was more. Truth was more. The truth of who i am more felt like home and that felt like up passing condition and there was something in that jonathan where i i just really rested in that and i knew i.

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E-Eggs Track Turtle Traffickers

60-Second Science

03:51 min | 2 years ago

E-Eggs Track Turtle Traffickers

"Take note. If you're thinking about stealing eggs from the nests of sea turtles on the beaches of costa rica. well you may wind up getting more than you bargained for because researchers have combined. Gps technology with three d. printing produce. Decoy eggs that look and feel like real turtle eggs but can track where traffickers go when they swipe these endangered embryos the egg saving efforts are mapped out in the journal. Current biology some finds sea turtle eggs to be a delicious seasonal treat. Others think they're an aphrodisiac. Which has produced a thriving illegal market the mock turtle eggs were crafted in response to something called the wildlife crime tech challenge a program sponsored by the us agency for international development. Scientists led by kim williams kyanne of paso pacifico conservation organization device the decoys. They drew their inspiration in part from popular tv. Show says paso pacific executive director. Sarah ostrom kim's idea to put a tracking device into the league came from an episode of breaking bad where the police hit a. Gps transmitter in a shipment of raw materials for methamphetamine lab. The first challenge was getting the eggs substitute just right. We started with the size and dimensions of the turtle. Egg trying to figure out. How much do they weigh. What's their texture. How often squishy are they. What's their color then. The sorted out the electronics cell phones very widespread throughout the world. And we realized that if we could just use a sim card and a gps gsm technology. That's used in cell phones that even if a beach was remote from a cell tower if it was headed to a market somewhere would eventually pass by a cell tower. And the decoy aches could transmit to one of these cell towers. Finally it was time for a field test. I was actually the person who put the eggs in the nests. Helen physi- of the university of kent. And so it was really a case of deploying decoys into the nests and seeing if they Happens when they as you get. Taken fiji planted a decoy egg. In one hundred one. Sea turtle nests on four costa rican beaches about a quarter of the decoys got snatched some malfunctioned but others gave trackable signal. One wound up at a bar about a mile away but another traveled an impressive eighty five miles from its nest. Physique kept an eye on its progress from her cell phone and basically was moving further and further inland And eventually it. Stop so zoomed in on on the like google maps basically and it showed me very very clearly that it gone behind a supermarket like some sort of akali seep market loading by kind of area which was pretty suspicious is now really re not reason to really be there unless you unless you're up to up tonight good. The decoy hung around the loading dock for a time before making its way to a nearby residential property the fact that it spent two days in so waiting suggests that it may been handed over to a trafficker who sold it to someone else perhaps even the consumer that really fits we what we know about the illegal trade of xing. Costa rica reunited fanatic. Total information from interview information that exists old door to door and it seems likely that this is what's happened so yeah. We're very happy with that result. We've we've proved the concept that you can actually use these x. fee says. She hopes the decoys which they've dubbed. The investigators can help to really crack down on the illegal poaching of sea turtle eggs and reduce such operations to shell of their former selves.

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Bring Me Chocolate Or Bring Me Dead Stuff

Short Wave

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Bring Me Chocolate Or Bring Me Dead Stuff

"All right emily kwong lay some of that chocolate goodness on me. You got it because chocolate is the true meaning of valentine's day only chocolate. This pure can be this. So i love you but lactose intolerant. Why are you doing this to me. I thought about this. The thing that gives chocolate. Its flavor is dairy free. Did you know cocoa comes from a fruit that grows these amazing looking multicolored cacao pods and i was. Cd's read things hanging from the trees. While what are these things. This is food scientists. Darren ostrom suka at the cocoa research center at the university of the west indies. Speaking with simmons safety and our friends at life kit about his fascination with cacao pods. It's like it's like a football shape. Fruit it can be smooth. It can be wate. it can have ridges. Darren saw these pods all over the place. Growing up in trinidad and tobago. They grow on the couch. Frey or theobroma cacao in under story crop of the tropical rainforest meaning they grow pretty close to the ground and the exterior of these pods is hard like it's tough but not so tough that critters can't break it open to go on a little cow binge correct if i was a squirrel. This would be what i would do. I mean absolutely. Darren breaks open a pod with a special tool kind of like a dull michigan it resists when gives time what it feels very satisfying on. Then when you twist the blade you hear a sort of crunch on you see opening insite describes the inside of the pod like a sticky cobwebs it has rows of caucases which he calls beans covered in this gummy white pulp called musa delicious mm-hmm usage and the aroma hits immediately. I'm spending my and it smells. Citrusy like like citrus flowers. It's like a subtle perfume Yeah there's so much flavor potential in these cacao beans at this point once the pot is opened fermentation begins so after. The seeds are removed from the pod. They're collected and transported to an area where they can ferment for days. Yeah and naturally occurring microbes breakdown. Those beans unlock their flavor notes. I i did not know that. Quang i mean for meditation gotta love it. Kind of sounds like like wine a little bit. Maybe a little bit. Yeah kinda if you think of cacao beans grapes and the tastes does reflect the ecosystem from which it came. The beans are then sorted roasted and sold to chocolate-makers to become the chocolate. You know and love. it can be fruity. it can be floral. It can be bright. So i like to think of a flavor profile that cuckoo offense to be like a good piece of music is we. What makes a good piece of chocolate is a harmonious 'presentation of flavor notes that in balance with each other at the coco research centre. He works on the level of genetics and with farmers to optimizing flavor and adopting their crops to climate change and disease. Darren even works with the cacao. Farm used to pass as a child. Chocolate is something he just can't stay away from is like with ocala. Florida is she. You can check out anytime you want. But you've been the relieve gets on the skin and it becomes your positive your consciousness so for me. I don't really work at a job. I work at

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Space Force needs to prepare for a new Cold War in Earth’s orbit

The Science Show

03:52 min | 3 years ago

Space Force needs to prepare for a new Cold War in Earth’s orbit

"Trump is now ordered the creation of a space force. He aims to secure and extend American dominance of the space domain which he describes as a new warfighting domain but the US is not the I think in this way in two thousand thirteen. The Chinese Academy of Military Sciences announced that whoever controls space controls the earth competition for military supremacy not only threatens our security it also threatens to disrupt the peaceful use of space. The threat is exacerbated by the sharing of data obtained from space craft. The sharing is important for weather. Forecasting dealing with global challenges and other society enough income check gives but what happens when drug cartels people-smugglers rogue nations get the hands on the data through purchase or theft. Communications have benefited enormously from use of space. But there are risks including hacking propaganda and even space terrorism. Many of these possibilities have not even been thought of when the General Assembly of the United Nations drew up treaties for the use of space between ninety sixty seven thousand nine hundred ninety four. They expressed the pious hope that the treaties would serve to enable peaceful cooperation the present scramble to fill space with objects that have conflicting priorities shows that that has not been fulfilled. It's a classic case of the tragedy of the Commons. We competitive I overuse of a communal results. Threatens all uses. The tragedy of the common should really be taught in schools. It lies at the heart of many of our most serious problems. The name came from a story told by the American Ecologist Garrett Hardin it concerned a group of Pharma's grazing their sheep on common land maximum capacity always well until one decided to add an extra shape though will be slightly less grasp sheep but logically he was still make a profit but the others then used the same logic the Commons became overgrazed. And they all lost out when you think about. It is obvious that many of them are serious problems versions of the tragedy of the Commons climate. Change loss of habitat the ongoing refugee crisis even some aspects of the Australian Bushfires Hardin argued the coercive state involvement or privatization with the only two ways to avert the tragedy the Nobel laureate. Elinor ostrom strongly disagreed. She showed that uses often develop self governing institutional arrangements to regulate the Commons and avoid the problem. None of these solutions working in the case of space but there is a possible answer based on the Montreal Protocol. This was developed in nineteen ninety-seven and response to the global threat posed by the newly discovered hole in the ozone layer nations banded together to ban the manufacture and use of ozone-depleting substances especially refrigerants. The protocol worked because it included a provision signatories should refuse trade with non signatories the major economic powers so that it was in their interest to sign up this provided a powerful incentive for other nations to do likewise trade in space consists of information rather than objects but it is still in the interest of all nations to cooperate with some fifty nations already up there. The opportunity exists for an economically driven agreement with similar provisions to the Montreal Protocol History Shows. The tragedy of the Commons is a hard nut to crack too often. The supposedly rational pursuit of individual self-interest trump's the benefits cooperation in space. We have an opportunity to reverse the trend. If we don't take it. We are in danger of trashing. Our home in space even more effectively than we have managed to here on

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Tara Brach: Radical Compassion

The Wisdom Podcast

10:11 min | 3 years ago

Tara Brach: Radical Compassion

"Known for her pioneering work integrating western psychology with eastern spiritual traditions in this very moving discussion tower talks about her dedication to social activism and how it fueled her interesting meditation and the transformation of consciousness from a young age she shares. How living in an Ashram for twelve years laid the groundwork for several Buddhist Meditation Practices. She would later. Discover such as Jonah practice. The Pasta in Zog Chin Tower compares the benefits of each of these. And how each has deeply informed the development of her own unique practices especially those focused on self compassion tower and I also discussed her thoughts on radical compassion and what it means for compassion to be an all inclusive active and embodied expression in the world tower considers how we might shine a light of awareness on both personal and political biases and furthermore. How might Konate this aspiration despite our deepest conditioning? I so much enjoyed this conversation and I hope you do too. I heard something interesting. You said you led to an Ashram for a while I did. I wish an Ostrom community. It's kind of a Yoga Meditation Ashram for about eleven years. That was in Boston. It was in Boston and then in Washington area. Also there were ashrams around the country as very intense Saad Nar spiritual discipline and we'd get up at four in the morning each morning and do two and a half hours of yoga meditation and chanting and Prayer and then work for community businesses. You know so service was really T- and teach yoga. It was really built in part of part of it. What tradition what. You'll go traditional Clinton lead yoga. All the group was three eight. Joe Healthy happy. Holy Oh wow yeah so it was that Yogi Bijon. Yes yes so was he the Goo at the Ahead internationally there were teachers in different local communities also and so. How do you come across those teachings? Well it's curious because I didn't think I was on my way to that when I when I was in college. I was a very much of a social activist. I was involved with tenants rights organizing community organizing and very much kind of my family. My parents were very liberal and engaged so I was planning to go to Cornell law school and carry forth and then I started doing yoga for health. You know it just seemed like a wholesome thing to do and I would go to these rallies or meetings and people would be in. There'd be a lot of aggression a lot of them and then I go to a yoga class. And I'd there'd be this peaceful feeling that come over and kind of unitive feeling. I remember one nine in particular right after Yoga class walking in the spring evening and I paused and it was like my body and my mind or in the same place at the same time and I just had the sense. This is what I cherish. This is what I really need. And then there was a pause. And then this is what the world really needs so I went from kind of radical politics radical inquiry into the nature of awareness and compassion and rather than going to law school. I went and joined an Ashram where I'd been doing the people that were teaching. Yoga and the next decade shift dry in terms of external. Going to your plan to go to law school you're involved in activism activism and then you found this place of peace. Hell were you a distant. I must've been about nineteen ninety. Yeah you know I was. I was very much into wanting the world to be a peaceful more loving place but what became so clear is that that transformation is only possible by transforming consciousness. So that's what kind of turn my attention inward more. It's like how am I at peace? Am I living from love? Those kind of questions and it just became clear that that's where I needed to pay attention and felt like those like two different totally different experiences. There's this place where there was a lot of energy worked up energy the activism and it sounds like maybe. I'm putting words in your mouth but it was like this idea that division will division sort of helps solve division in a way or and but then there was also this other space in the yoga world where you were feeling personal unification between like your mind and your body and somehow you saw that as an answer to what you were trying to solve with the activism as well beautifully too. So you are. You're still had the same mission in a sense absolutely would just picking up different tools the mission if I had to say what it was is transformation a world. That's more you know just loving happy place and of course I was very aware of my own suffering and realized that both for my own healing and for the world's healing that we need to be paying attention to how internally we judge Jim we blame and we're aggressive and we're grasping and greedy and it just became more clear to me that that needed attention. I very quickly. I found myself wanting to be engaged in the world again in more Political ways but I but I did go slow at it and I have reentered over the decades so what was Ashram life like. Because you said you were getting up at four. Am Doing Asada. What does Assad no look like in that tradition tradition? You take a culture. That's the first thing. That's very yogi. Yogi yeah take a cold shower and then gather with in this case sixty other people and do some very vigorous yoga we were. It's a linear Yoga's are at least at that. Time was very athletic. Yoga how very energetic and then do meditations are creosote chant and you come into silence also and some prayers and and go into the world and be of service that was that was the notion so then when you also training to be a yoga teacher as well very quickly. 'cause I took to the Oga. I love the ogre and back then I was super flexible and it came to me really naturally so I came very actively yoga teacher and teaching in Boston at the center there and and loved it. It was great. There's an irony to it that I I looked like this fabulous. Yogi back then. 'cause I'm My joints are very. Everything's very elastic. It turns out I have a genetic disorder that leads to hypermobility so that over time. Not only was yoga. Not Good for me. It was actually now. I have to be really careful and it was. It was quite an ego teaching. 'cause I was rather proud of I was in vain Yogi so it was very humbling to you know. Find out that I got to a point that I got very sick. Where when the disorder actually really showed itself more fully. When I was in my early fifties and to the point that couldn't really walk up inclines. My knees were so bad and for about I was in a downward spiral for about eight years and then seemed to Plateau and now I've built up out of it so actually doing okay. But that was one of those life experiences it actually gave rise to writing my second book true refuge because I had a face that I might not have a body that lasted long. While it was alive. Couldn't do much. And so how could I find peace and love and happiness? No matter what you know sense at the at the Ashram Your Yoga and therefore your body was in a sense. You're refuge at that time in a way you might say right. It was. It was an easy access to feeling good because I do the yoga and feel really energized and vibrant and alive. And then I'd sit still and meditation I. I also took well to concentration. I would practice concentrating and I'd get very still very fast and it was very rewarding while so many so did you have experiences of the subtle body through that practice in terms of Kunda lenient. Those sort of things that did was that part of that experience of the Ashram for you. So I'll take care and language here because I think there's a lot of misunderstandings about the the different levels of subtle energy bodies and so on sign. I don't WanNA claim to be some master subtle energy body experience so more. I would say that the the Buddhist understanding of Jonah is actually more useful in this. Which is that. There was enough collecting and settling when. I get quiet that there are feelings of tremendous piece welby and one s unit feelings and then when I left the Ashram and started going deeper into mindfulness. It produced more wisdom

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What does the Freedom party scandal mean for Austria?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

07:49 min | 4 years ago

What does the Freedom party scandal mean for Austria?

"Earlier this week, a video was released, which showed Australia's vice-chancellor conducting an unwisely amenable conversation with someone claiming to be connected to Russian money in the video shot on either in two thousand seventeen Heinz Christians rocker of the ultra-conservative Freedom Party appeared to be offering government contracts for political favors. He has now resigned and the Freedom Party has quit the government plunging Austrian politics into crisis. It is an extremely we'd scandal. Indeed verging on inexplicable, if you are a remotely sensible politician is only one rational response to any suggestion by anyone with a Russian accent, that quantity, rubles might be on offer in return for certain surreptitious services rendered that one sensible response. Is this stand up? Thank them for the drink and declared as loudly. And as clearly as possible in the direction of any lamp shades handbags that might be secrete. Eating cameras that you are. Absolutely not interested. Not now not ever. Not for the first time angry. Populists have demonstrated themselves temperamentally unsuited to actual governance. Can Austria's chancellor Sebastian Kurz survive this and seeing as how he brought these dubious far-right Yahoos into power does he deserve to this is the foreign desk? He tried to distance himself from this a little bit, and tried to portray himself as having been sort of transformed, but that infect was not completely true and could took one and a half years. Now to say that this is really enough. And he didn't do this. I mean this video just showed too much of the moon face of his coalition partners. You don't have to take very far to understand that Russian money per meets European politics in a really big way. Loads of Russian money makes its way into European parties through think tanks through various kind of campaign. Pledges. There is a huge problem post himself as somebody who suffered who week demised himself for the nation for the country. But this is sorry to say nonsense, because it was him who built this collision, it was also him who would have had so many possibilities and options to say something nobody told him to suffer. You're listening to the foreign desk with me, Andrew Miller on today's show. We'll take a detailed look at the scandal, which has both up ended and bewildered. Australian politics and ask, if there is a lesson here for voters elsewhere, in Europe, considering supporting populist outsiders, like, for example, don't but I currently of Monaco's correspondent in Vienna outlines what has become known as I beat the gate. It's hard to convey to the outside world, the extent to which the scandal has gripped the Australian imagination everyone who was talking about it in every cafe in every home up enough to guess drinking video was, he comes Alexandrian, a quarter of the population watch that historic speech by chancellor Sebastian courts last Saturday. The one where he said that enough was enough skin. Skin is and that was in the same night as Eurovision and in the spirit of vision. The scandal has given a new lease of life to this nine thousand nine hundred nine hit song by the she adults group, Bengals gets cold. We're going to be, so it's at the top of the charts in Australia. Why? Well. Because of course it was on that Spanish on that the secret video was recorded. Seriously, though, the video came as a complete bombshell, but the fact that it was the Freedom Party, the FBI mass down. So spectacularly was actually not that surprising until compared to if the social Democrats and the conservatives have long very long tradition on their values on their ideology on their programmatic basis, and this is quite different to f f is a party that opposes and not creates. And this is one answer why they always fail by themselves, did Luke was a spokesperson for the former conservative chancellor, Vulcan Schuessel, who also led a coalition government with the F the in the early two thousands. She was that, when that government collapsed would say their challenge is not being. A responsible party who governs? It's more being a party of the opposition. And this is a different role and blow up. It was their own failure. It was not the failure by others. Nobody would think about having another if a if a coalition for the next future. So I think they really knocked out themselves. Is in trouble then. So is the of a pay the conservatives, but things could go either way for them. It all depends on whether their leader chancellor courts survives the no confidence vote on Monday courses being under five using the fat his own ends, and Fulmer coalition with the F the fest place. His public statements have the past week. Have also come in for some criticism. He post himself as somebody who, who suffered two week demise himself for the nation for the country. But this is I'm sorry to say nonsense, because it was him who built this nation it was him. Baba taught is reporter working for the Viennese weekly defaulter, the only Australian publication that was given access to this talk video before it was released. She's written a biography of court since she's been watching his behavior in the public's reaction stood closely Ostrom people. They're beginning to scrutinize in to deconstruct would he's doing because. It's, it's easy now to see. I'm the anchor and I will guarantee stability, but people are beginning to ask, who's he takes responsibility for this crisis, and that's him. So it's going to be not so easy for him to have the same run during the election. Like trees Sebastian codes loses the no confidence vote on Monday. He'll remain the most popular politician in the country. But what does all this mean for the? All the all fall ride going to slip from political infamy into political obscurity. Alost word from baba told no Mike, my answer would be no. Because we believe experienced the end of the F in the beginning of two thousand to two thousand three some thought, it's the end in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s so I would be very careful to say. It's the end let's, let's remember, do not Trump during his campaign when this recording. When pop Nick, where he talked about what he does with women, and everybody was shock. Then everybody thought this is going to be the end of Donald Trump. And he was he was elected. Similar to this. I think it can even help to mobilize Motus, who will see the effects, the something.

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How Do Paleoartists Create Dinosaur Drawings?

BrainStuff

06:52 min | 4 years ago

How Do Paleoartists Create Dinosaur Drawings?

"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here. Celebrated paleo artist rate troll told us an Email shared passion for an obscure topic is what binds scientists and artists. They're both curiosity driven. And he would know based in Alaska troll builds on scientific findings to create art that depicts prehistoric life through paleo. Art, fossils are revived a single drawing or sculpture can define how the public will visualize an extinct species. So paleo artists strive to keep their work as accurate as possible. A task that gets harder. When experts disagree. It's a tough job to be sure, but also a dream job for loads of fossil fans and dinosaur enthusiasts. But how do they go about creating it? First off a little history dinosaur renaissance changed the game paleo art didn't always feature. Dinosaurs all pre stork organisms from early palm trees to Willie mammoths make worthy subjects nevertheless, the fascinating reptiles were at the center of. Significant period in the history of this artform called the dinosaur. Renaissance. A prior to the nineteen sixties dinosaurs were largely written off as dimwitted tail dragging hoax. Most paleo art from the early twentieth century reflects that view, but in nineteen sixty nine Yale paleontologist, John Ostrom published a new paper on Dino Nike's, an eleven foot that's three point three meter predator. Akin to the drastic park imagining of lesser raptor, noting its long legs and sickle shaped claws Ostrom claimed. Dana Nike's was an athletic beast who ran down its prey and might have even hunted in packs. A scientist went onto popularise now widely accepted idea, but today's birds are descended from Mesozoic dinosaurs, exciting hypotheses, like these changed the discourse about how dinosaurs looked and behaved in the nineteen seventies. And eighties a growing number of artists responded by illustrating, the creatures and active dynamic poses. What followed was renewed public interest in both the study of dinosaurs into paleo art itself. But there was a problem. Bare bones and skeletons often don't tell you a whole lot about the overlying soft tissue. Hence, some paleo artists have chosen to reconstruct animals reptiles in particular as linky beasts with ultra-low body, fat skinny tails and heads that are largely devoid of cartilage or loose skin. This practice has been called shrink, wrapping. And if you couldn't tell from the moniker. It's been contentious troll broke it down for us quote. I think there are some really valid points to be made about shrink wrapping many paleo artists reluctant to jump into more speculative reconstructions preferring to play it safer. So by keeping their animal's lean and mean paleo artists can highlight known skeletal anatomy without making conjectural guesses about an soft tissues that might not have been preserved back in the dinosaur renaissance shrink wrapping was in fashion. That's no longer the case modern critics point out that living animals tend to look a lot different than you might expect. If you had nothing to go on. But they're naked skeletons troll pointed out that things like trunks ears and blubber. Don't usually. Fossil is. We also spoke by Email with Matt Celeski paleo artists and museum exhibit designer who also offered his thoughts on the issue quote. Today's paleo artists are looking more closely at the extent of soft tissue in living animals. I think this fleshing out of paleo art makes for heightened levels of believability in the reconstructions and greater diversity in the way, artists approach their subjects in other words, chunky limbs and necks and not to mention poofy. Dino feathers have gone mainstream but figuring out what those features might have looked like take some serious research to scientists skeletal drawing is one of the most useful forms of paleo. Art, an animal skeleton is usually depicted in an upright position that is standing or running and juxtaposed against a black silhouette that represents the creature's body profile. Unfortunately in the fossil record complete skeletons tend to be rare when parts are missing or broken. Scientists and artists can only speculate about what those elements looked like slutsky said every skeleton presents unique challenges, but I find the most difficult thing. Is filling in the parts, you don't know extrapolating, the shapes of missing, bones or correcting the shapes of bones that have been damaged or distorted by time. Filling in each missing piece involves a complex mix of research inference and educated guesses, and I always wonder if they're better choices than the ones I end up making. But these efforts aren't new a let me take you back to eighteen fifty three when sculptor Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins was hired to build more than thirty full-sized concrete models of prehistoric animals for Crystal Palace park in London England, the man really did his homework consulting experts scrutinizing fossils and reviewing the scientific literature and short he was a dedicated paleo artist. One of Hawkins, Don molds had a carnivorous gut big enough to hold a table and some chairs so as a publicity stunt for his project Twenty-one guests, including paleontologist, William Buckland and servitude Owen were invited to climb down into the belly of the beast for an eight course, dinner party, the big shindig took place on New Year's Eve eighteen fifty three. Restoration projects have helped these masterworks survived to the present day. The beasts attract thousands of visitors every year, even though they're no longer deemed accurate Hawkins megalosaurus for example, stands menacingly on all fours, but scientists now think the meat eating dinosaur was bipedal nevertheless, the Victorian era giants capture the prevailing wisdom of their time. Giving them a men's cultural value prehistory matters. But so does our history. As absorbed by Mark and Chini and produced by Tyler clang, brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's how stuff works for more on this month of other well preserved topics visit our home planet peste works dot com. And for more podcasts from my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by it could happen here. New podcast is a second American civil war possible. How would it look? And most importantly, could you survive Robert Evans, host of the hit podcast behind the bastards answers. These questions in tremendous terrifying detail in his new podcast it could happen here. Each season. He'll take a premise more commonly seen in science fiction and explain how it might be closer than you think to coming. True. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Missouri AG launches probe into Catholic Church sexual abuse; archbishop promises 'unfettered' access to records

Mark Levin

00:29 sec | 4 years ago

Missouri AG launches probe into Catholic Church sexual abuse; archbishop promises 'unfettered' access to records

"Missouri attorney general and Republican US Senate candidate Josh Hawley announcing. An investigation into clergy sex abuse within the Roman. Catholic church for which the archdiocese, of Saint Louis and, so that Holly will be given unfettered access to any and all records this comes as multiple survivors of clergy sex abuse protested outside Holly's office Wednesday encouraged by. The findings of a grand jury investigation in Pennsylvania that, revealed widespread sex-abuse over the last seventy

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