35 Burst results for "P Carroll"

Third Person Arrested for Firing BB Gun at Homeless People in Cincinnati

Dan Carroll

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Third Person Arrested for Firing BB Gun at Homeless People in Cincinnati

"Of using BB guns to attack homeless people in Cincinnati, where in court Wednesday the third suspect that was attacking homeless people and over the Rhine has now been identified as 30 Year old David White. Police are saying that white is the man seen in surveillance video, shooting innocent people with a BB gun. On June 3rd. He was riding in a car with Brittany and Kelsey Hopper, who were the two sisters who turned themselves in earlier in the day. On Tuesday, Kelsey Hopper was cited Britney Hopper and White had to answer to outstanding charges. In addition to the misdemeanor assault charges. White also faced a domestic violence charge against Brittney Hopper from May of 2020 adjudged that bond for wide at $6000 that bond for Brady hop. At $2000 I'm Sarah

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TAPS Helps Military Families Cope With Loss

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 months ago

TAPS Helps Military Families Cope With Loss

"Families of America's fallen heroes come together on Memorial Day military families grieving the loss of a loved one have a huge support group that's thanks to an organization that's been around since nineteen ninety four called taps which stands for tragedy assistance program for survivors body Carroll who lost her husband in battle is founder and president we lay a wreath at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier and our families are present when president Biden delivers his Memorial Day address at the Arlington National Cemetery and that they are there and there is also time to remember family members also important time for them to be at their loved ones and remember the sacrifices that their family has made over the weekend one of the things that taps did was hold a good grief camp for children I'm surely Adler

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TAPS once again helps families cope

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 2 months ago

TAPS once again helps families cope

"It's an important weekend for families of America's fallen heroes the organization is called taps which stands for tragedy assistance program for survivors we come together when it happens you learn how to cope to connect with each other to find resources and support taps founder and president Bonnie Carroll this is our twenty seventh annual national military survivor seminar good grief camp and they got hundreds of families together since nineteen ninety four taps has assisted over one hundred thousand surviving family members and caregivers who are grieving the loss of a military loved one the one thing we can do to find comfort and support is to be with others who have walked this journey hi Charlie Adler

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Takeaways From Day 1 of 2021 Seahawks Rookie Minicamp

News, Traffic and Weather

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Takeaways From Day 1 of 2021 Seahawks Rookie Minicamp

"14th must be time for Seahawks Rookie football practice details from Como's bills warts 13 undrafted free agents assigned to the Seattle roster along with three draft picks, and they were part of orientation meetings in a rookie minicamp workout at the V Mac this afternoon. Head coach Pete Carroll, trying to evaluate new guys with a shorter camp. They'll get the same amount of reps they would get the normal camp have to adjust the temple. A little bit T get that done, but they'll get the same snap so that that's that's the main thing so we could make good evaluations and also, Carol says the Hawks were still talking with some veterans about plans for a mandatory minicamp. Seattle's returning players there were already voted not to attend in person, Voluntary O T A S Because of covert concerns. The Seattle

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US Unemployment Claims Fall to a Pandemic Low

Dan Carroll

00:12 sec | 3 months ago

US Unemployment Claims Fall to a Pandemic Low

"Expect the data to show employees hired 975,000 workers last month about the same as in March. First time jobless claims fell to 498,000 last week, the lowest point since the

Jesse Winker Homers in 10th Inning to Beat Dodgers

Dan Carroll

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Jesse Winker Homers in 10th Inning to Beat Dodgers

Lawyers: DOJ defense in Trump defamation suit is 'dangerous'

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Lawyers: DOJ defense in Trump defamation suit is 'dangerous'

"I'm Julie Walker lawyers for a woman who is suing former president trump say the U. S. justice department made a wrong and dangerous argument in seeking to defend him during trump's presidency the justice department sought to make the U. S. and not him the defendant in the Jean Carroll's lawsuit a move that would put taxpayers on the hook if she got a pay out she alleged he raped her in the mid nineties the DOJ argued his statement that she was lying and that she's not my type still within the scope of his job as president in court papers filed late Friday Carroll's lawyers said trump's comments were personal not presidential and that accepting the justice department's view would allow federal officials to slur their detractors at will the DOJ had no comment Julie Walker New York

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University of Cincinnati Student Dies; Cause of Death Under Investigation

Dan Carroll

00:34 sec | 3 months ago

University of Cincinnati Student Dies; Cause of Death Under Investigation

"Under investigation after he allegedly received the Johnson and Johnson Cove in 19 vaccine 21 year old John fully got the vaccine and a mass vaccination side on you Cease campus, according to Fox, 19 Foley was found dead by his roommate Sunday afternoon. Hamilton County corner confirming she has been in contact with the Ohio Department of Health but is waiting on medical records in additional test results before determining the cause of death. Foley is from Columbus. And was studying to become a doctor at U. C.

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Advice for White Parents Raising Black Kids

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

01:30 min | 4 months ago

Advice for White Parents Raising Black Kids

"Rebecca carol. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you for having me okay. So i had to get in touch with you after reading your incredible incredible op-ed in in our paper in the washington post headline is as a black woman raised by white parents. I have some advice for potential adopters. Let's start from the fifty thousand foot level. Why write this piece so as soon as people started talking about. How bill racial reckoning. I thought well are. We reckoning or are we reckoning right and transracial adoptees particularly black transracial adoptees have an integral perspective on race and reckoning. We have lived especially adult. Black adoptees have lived in this foundational dynamic which we are trying to trying to be connected and trying to also be who we are while also mitigating often. Times are white families racism and so that perspective. I think is really important in this moment as we try to build on reckoning with race and changing the way that we talk about race and racism.

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3 Officers Wounded, 1 Suspect Dead After Police Chase in Georgia

Seattle's Morning News with Dave Ross

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

3 Officers Wounded, 1 Suspect Dead After Police Chase in Georgia

"20. It came after the highway Patrol stopped a car for speeding. Then it took off again, Carroll County Sheriff Terry Langley during the course of that chase, gunshots were fired by the suspects firing first on the state patrol. Later on other officers with three officers wounded. One of the suspects was killed. The other is in custody. Michigan's governor Montes

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Protests after deadly police shooting near Minneapolis

Dan Carroll

00:22 sec | 4 months ago

Protests after deadly police shooting near Minneapolis

"A young black man is dead after a police encounter Sunday near Minneapolis leading to protests, relatives, a 20 year old Dante, right, told a tense crowd in the suburb. Brooklyn Center that he was able to drive for a short distance before he crashed his car and died. Broken center. Police say officers pulled over a vehicle for a traffic violation right got back into his vehicles. Officers were trying to take him into custody and officer's weapon would discharge hitting right

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New Study Says Moderna Vaccine Leads to More Side Effects

Dan Carroll

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

New Study Says Moderna Vaccine Leads to More Side Effects

"A new study suggests people who get the maternal cove in 19 vaccine or more likely to experience side effects versus those who get the pies your shots. Data from the CDC, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, says the reactions were mostly benign and include injection site pain, fatigue, itching and headaches. After the first shot, 74% of survey respondents said they experience side effects with the maternity shot. First. The 65%, who experienced side effects with the Fizer shot the condition of side effects after the second dose increases slightly for both defies her image or no vaccines.

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Dubai police arrest group over 'lewd' video of naked women

Dan Carroll

00:11 sec | 4 months ago

Dubai police arrest group over 'lewd' video of naked women

"Police in Dubai arrested a group of people on charges of debauchery after a video showing naked women posing on a balcony circulated on social media. I'm loving husband at the ABC News Foreign desk in

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President Biden Unveils His $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan

Dan Carroll

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

President Biden Unveils His $2 Trillion Infrastructure Plan

"Joe Biden unveiling a $2 trillion proposal yesterday to rebuild the nation's infrastructure. It includes hundreds of billions of dollars for roads, bridges in utilities, plus funding for what Biden call's infrastructure for the future like high speed Internet and electric vehicles. It's big, Yes. It's bold, yes, and we can get it done to pay for the plan. The White House is proposing increasing the corporate tax rate from 21% to 28%, drawing criticism from Republicans like Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell. It's like a Trojan horse. It's called in destructor, but inside the Trojan horse is going to be more borrowed money. And massive tax increases

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Twins bench coach Mike Bell dies of cancer at 46

Dan Carroll

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Twins bench coach Mike Bell dies of cancer at 46

"Red's organization Mourning the passing of Cincinnati native and brother manager David Bell. Mike Bell Mike it was a bench coach with the Minnesota Twins died at the age of 46 Friday after a battle with kidney cancer read Spanish David Bell is currently with his family. Bench. Coach Freddie Benavidez is acting manager this weekend as the Reds wrapping up spring training the Reds and Cactus League action on Friday afternoon, beating the Arizona Diamondbacks 7 to 3. They were turned a good year later tonight when they host the Chicago Copes. Pregame coverage begins here on the Big One at 8 35. First pitch is at 905. Following Saturday's game. The Reds will have two more games in

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Covid-19 cases are rising. States are opening up anyway.

Dan Carroll

00:33 sec | 4 months ago

Covid-19 cases are rising. States are opening up anyway.

"These centers for Disease Control says the nation's current virus cases are heading in the wrong direction with more than a third of states reporting increases. 18 states now reporting increases in the last week, and the CDC now warns the number of patients admitted to hospitals is rising, too. Up in eight states. New Jersey now has one of the highest case rates per capita and in Michigan, a dramatic surgeon, younger, unvaccinated patients in hospitals to prevent a surge, the CDC urging Americans to double down on masks and get vaccinated as soon as

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Minnesota Twins Coach Mike Bell Dies at 46

Dan Carroll

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Minnesota Twins Coach Mike Bell Dies at 46

"The Reds organization mourning the passing of Cincinnati native and brother manager David Bell. Mike Bell. Mike it was a bench coach with the Minnesota Twins died at the age of 46 Friday after a battle with kidney cancer. Reds manager David Bell is currently with his family bench. Coach Freddie Benavidez is acting manager this weekend. As the Reds wrapping them spring

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Photos released by congressman show migrants held in overcrowded Texas facility

Dan Carroll

00:36 sec | 4 months ago

Photos released by congressman show migrants held in overcrowded Texas facility

"The latest from ABC, Cecilia Vega along the border authorities. Say they've never seen anything like it. Deputies from Indelible County, Texas, tipping lead encounter about 30 migrants a day But now now we're getting 30 within 30 minutes. Wow. Unlike Trump, the Biden administration is not sending unaccompanied minors back across the border alone. Critics say the White House moves so quickly to overturn Trump's hardline immigration policies that they failed to put a plan in place to handle the migrants surge that followed. Here's a men's NC double March Madness update in the second round of the South region Oh, you fall. Calling the number five great and 70

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"p carroll" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"p carroll" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Do. I'm here for it. I mean stuff from the seventies here for it. I just been listening to just a little bit of everything but yeah definitely. Add those to my my Spotify lists people give me crap. It's like i want from here. Like trat music to meditate in to this is this like vicario beats the hip problems sleeping. So the last one. I'll give you the choice here because both baltimore questions. One of them is both a word association and the other one is one part. So which one do you want to do. And okay so under normal circumstances so this is just like more so finish the sentence so under normal circumstances in baltimore you will be doing. What three different things that you would like to be doing under normal circumstances snow snow-covered everything kinda like simple okay A normal circumstances in baltimore would be if kobe was was not a thing you i would. I would be living in museums. I'll be going to galleries installations exhibitions performances I'd be going to live concerts Mythos and i would. i would Because sinophile i would be you know in the back of the theater somewhere you know watching watching some independent random obscure films. I'm here for similarities there because I'm kind of stressing right now at you know. I usually go to be oscar. Best picture showcase every year ago. So i was literally like our first date. She's like you ought to be with me. I was like sure those dogs to sixteen hours. It was good. But yeah you're you're coolest talk to you so If you have anything that you wanna plug Here's a moment to shamelessly plug anything. You're social you're even though you don't really use your website. Whatever you want to plug and again thank you for coming onto podcast and thank you again for having me feel free to follow me on instagram. I do you know. Keep up to date with it. angela underscore in underscore carol Also hit my link tree which has links to recent articles has links to recent conversations That have done Check out the baltimore. Museum of art's youtube page. I just had a really beautiful conversation with my mentor and amazing. Contemporary artists salary menard Who has a show up at the baltimore. Museum of art called lost and found Is a beautiful extraordinary showcase. Kind of many retrospective of her work and she is An elder and powerful person in our community that if you're not familiar with police get familiar with her her work and her legacy. She cares about us. She loves us And we We need to honor her her in her flowers and hurt in the receipt of her flowers is long overdue You can see Virtual clips of the exhibition At at the baltimore museum of art and again you can catch our my conversation with her in a virtual gallery tour on the baltimore. Museum of art's youtube page. So again thank you. For coming on the podcast. And i'll do my masan off so for for angela. in carroll i'm rob lee and this is getting to the truth and his art and i am saying there's are in and around baltimore he's have to look for..

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"p carroll" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

08:29 min | 5 months ago

"p carroll" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"Landscape because again for me. I am a writer in an artist as well so it is important that i don't just stay in that particular line because then i'm not growing as a writer I'm not expanding so my work at this. Point is sort of evolving into more like critical essays that are inclusive of reviews or not You know that are not specifically categorized within the landscape of a review or a critique of a particular artwork or a particular exhibition rather. It's it's more broad to talk about sort of the social systemic issues that are affecting us in that the work or were several works may speak to because i think that that at this point is is for me but also i think conceptually is what we need to be reading more about right. How is the popular culture. That we are consuming. How the artworks that we are consuming How do they speak to or relate to either brought in and or dim right the our contemporary world writing the political and social landscapes that we are living in contemporary. Well yes and i have one comment on it and then it actually is a way to get to my next question so the common i have when i remind people all the time. Just you pretty much dorn covid. I'll say that. Every tom dick and harry just became a podcast. Or and i'm very sensitive to that field because a lot of people considered just some dorgan abasement. during no i do this artfully. I've invested. I know how to do my stuff and i take you serious and then i look at it from a reputation standpoint. You know i'll get me and my one of my good friends. We do a podcast. Call unofficially black. Because some of the stuff that we're into inconsiderate black enough by people who look like us. Oh you're into wrestling like you don't like that. I was like what are you talking about. Or a different things in that kind of vein and we did Based on literally an argument of not feeling represented. And then it's already late. Exists that this idea. That podcast is black to begin with. So it's like i'm damnest place of i'm not considered even worthy of being in the field because well look like but then i'm not considered black enough in this space and it bothers me is as much but it's just an interesting bank to observe and just kinda work within and especially doing doing this podcast in the people that i've had on i don't demonstrability say hey is only going to be bad. Black creators says only be these type creators. only real prerequisite is you have to be about baltimore. That's literally what it is. And i find that i've been introduced to so many like dope creators creatives of all backgrounds. And you would think that here because baltimore city. That's a black city. If we were calling me what it is but there is two different baltimore's and just being here never having any like idea that this is would oblige creative is in baltimore. This is what creative is in baltimore. It's just more so like all right. I just want to show everyone. How broad and how unique we have it here and that's all where it comes from but i think the same thing is in always applied in depending on what you're doing as a creative so you talked about you touch current events little bit and kind of where you're going nat as far as like what we should be talking about right now. What kind of. So how how d- stay up on current events. I wanna say it's very easy to fall into the trap of living on twitter or living here and We see that that's corrupted and racially biased. And all of these different things. But how do you stay. Stay up to date to be informed while being to be. Because i think you're a bit of a critic and you have an experience in being able to critique things you're like that's not real so how how do you stay up to date informed so i mean it's i mean it's a it's interesting right because again i'm a little older and i'm not infatuated with social media and the ways that i think folks were may be boring five or ten years later. I was are mike. I don't necessarily have to check twitter instagram every single day. I certainly don't post every day. Grabs his right. I certainly don't post every day. I mean i think i do. I am a nerd. Though i follow a lot of list serves right so it's like old school right. I get a lot of emails with like updates subscribed to a lot of different places. I i listen to. Npr almost every morning. Like i am a little bit of a of a a nerds in regards to just like news. I'm a little addicted to to to news international end and local I read a lot. I read an insatiable reader have a lot of books. I collect a lot of books. I have a lot of really longs beautiful conversations with elders about their thoughts in their opinions. i have a lot of really beautiful long conversations with members of my community a lot of really long beautiful meandering conversations with my partner you know and In that between all of the and sinophile right so watch a lotta film. I watched a lot of short film. You know so. And i love hip hop you know and i love music period. So there's a lot. I just like to learn right and i think that when you like to learn and when you're curious you able to kind of negotiate Different landscapes in in a way that is not oppressive right and in a way that is not That again doesn't kind of feed into the the addiction in nor feed into the kind of neil. Listen that that social media platforms rely on and kind of require of us right. There's a deep kind of insecurity that many social media platforms like rely on right and we know that the algorithms also speak to that insecurity right so if i post a picture of words right like excerpts from an essay and check out this essay or check out this book The algorithm is not going to send it to all of. My father is in the same way. That if i posted a selfie. Or if i posted a picture of myself half-naked right like derek different. They're different beats right. But also there's a different kind of conditioning for us as navigators of these sites right where Again what are how are we conditioned to to like certain things or to tune in or follows certain trends or to follow certain images right. And that's something that. I'm very interested in this moment. Is the ways in which that conditioning affects our our actions right but it also affects our our our connections with each other and our connections with community. Great so if we if we know that. There's a kind of instant gratification in posting selfie. Right because i have friends who are like you know i feel like shit today or i feel like garbage in garbage today I'm gonna post a picture of myself. Great on on instagram. Because they know that when they post a of themselves particularly. If it's a cute picture you know or maybe a little flashy picture right bill. Depending on how many followers they have they're gonna be guaranteed at least one hundred. Maybe two hundred hits right if they are on more often than it'll be three four five six hundred hits if they're on they're pretty consistently and then they'll it'll be thousands of hits and there's something that feels good about like the hearts right of strangers right strangers clicking and saying. Oh yeah you're beautiful. Oh yeah you're gorgeous. Oh yeah you're you know there's something to be said about that but there's also something to be said about our need for that external Kind of gratification. To for that. External validation as it were and i'm curious about for generations in particular how that is being manipulated. How our need for external validation is is being.

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"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:44 min | 9 months ago

"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"The building of animals requires us choreography between the turning on and turning off of genes and to build different types of animals. It's the choreography that changes not so much genes themselves and that was a really one. Eighty three sixty flip in sort of thoughts that we had going into that and And tells us that you know new new kinds of animals of all win when old jeans can learn new tricks. And that's that's given us a much firmer foundation in understanding. Not just how the so. The animal kingdom was all but even humans and again make sure we're characterizing this for people it's it's the it's the regulation that's important of the gene in time and space and time space and that's why i refer to him. We referred to them as a genetic tool kit because if you think about it. Any any craftsman with the same set of tools can build so many different kinds of structures just by using those tools in a different way from a block of wider. Might be and so. We were surprised to find those common tools but understanding that. It's all the little brush strokes in time and space that Gave you the differences in inform. And that's a matter of regulation but there's also you know. Not just the regulation in terms of timing. Isn't there also regulation terms of start points and that kind of stuff too so even though the same sequence may be there if you start in a slightly different place you get a totally different thing totally different things whether you have four legs are six or six legs or eight. How big different proportions of the body argument long-tailed you have a short tail. All this is where you start things and how long you run a program said. Do you wanna make lots and lots and lots of backbones and build a snake or do you want to pay more compact animal. So it's it's running these sort of little sub routines at different times in places and It kind of makes sense when i describe it this way but we had no clue going into it that was going to be sort of the logic of life. Interesting is there. Another book underway right now. Not at the moment this last one. Just kind of this is only a few weeks. Okay so get this. It's loading we gotta make some more discoveries. well. I'm sure there's always more to talk about but we can If you buy one they'll be another one. It's a series of fortunate events chance and the making planet the planet life. And you and we've done a little taste of what's in the book and it's a it's a complete survey where all the dots are connected as opposed to my just jumping around like we did today so i i really appreciate you coming in and spending time with us and putting up with my schedule and thank you for that. I would love to talk to you again as more stuff goes on. I'm i'm sort of fundamentally trained as a biologist so this stuff i it fascinates me You know and i guess. I was reared in an age when biology meant evolutionary biology and yvo diva was sort of part of the whole phenomenon. That was being discussed at the time and It just it just instinctively inmates sort of think this way i think we could. We can now make medical school so much more interesting for you. Know basic science classes in medical school. Because i took them and taught him well. We'll dry time saw ridiculous ridiculous. I actually br. I told my son this story. That i said look i I was trained. Really biochemistry is what. I was trained in and i and in in medical school. The biochemistry class was a language class. It was just ridiculous. And i brought my problem sets into my professor. I said you know this is what i was doing last year and she goes all medical students who never put up with this is these are graduate graduate level questions. I said yeah. I'm in graduate school married like to. I'd like to build my understanding of these things. Oh forget it possible. Learn the pathways. Shut up you know. And it's just a historical accident that you know we work at all these biochemical pathways and that was our body of knowledge. Now got imagine that medical school would be driven very heavily by genetics. Because i mean genetics has just blown open the door. Every facet of human biology. Yeah it's such a piece of clinical work. But i tell you what bothers me is. Everything is still sort of narrative though as opposed to basing itself in biology chemistry. You know what i mean. It's like yeah the m- renee leaves the nucleus and goes out and gets attacked by the robson. How why is that happen. What's what's the math behind. That does that volve. You would know that you're one of the rare students. It s question. How does that work. And how do we know and then show me a model mathematical model. That's based on the chemistry. As we understand but i think we don't treat we don't we don't we don't we. Don't treat them teach the biochemistry. They based in chemistry anymore. We teach chemistry based in narrative. And that's a that's a laws because you lose of the sense of what's going on yachts will lose. And here's the thing that's true especially in the sixties and seventies you know some of the big big discoveries nobel prize winning in fact there there's a really important phenomenon that happened. Nih which is mild for me right here you think. They were called the yellow coats that right. So if you didn't want to go to vietnam and you're an md Research at nih there was a cohort from the nineteen sixties. One nine nobel. Wow and a lot of fundamental discoveries there And i think that that was a case where medicine was driving. Research and mechanistic understanding was being driven by people with md background. So they are interested in sort of the big picture and the whole being but they they knew the answers of cholesterol metabolism or the immune system. Or whatever we're in the molecules and they drove that agenda for research with phenomenal success. They and i know some of those guys and they would tell me that yellow berets. They're called mindset in in medical. School is different than yeah. You become technician rather than a scientist. It's just different thing so well listen We can lament that. But it's the state of things and they're not that there aren't tons of really really bright scientists in medical school. There there there there. There are lots of eat tons of medical students drew. I mean the talent and energy and passion is immense. We're we're okay. It's just a little different. And there. there are plenty of that get and whatnot and sustain their scientific sort of frame. But listen i appreciate all you do and i appreciate you spending time with us and thank you again. The book is a series of fortunate. Events get it. Now dr sean..

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"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:57 min | 9 months ago

"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"The last five hundred million is when we have all the kinds of creatures that really enthrall us but that's a lot of time and we you know we have it like the pages book now. We can say okay. This is once it gets started. Look at look at all the directions that it can go so we have to sort of imagine what is going on elsewhere in the universe and i i think i think it's a fertile place for life. Does anybody think there is anything Any kind of life. That's not carbon-based people have explored that i not my area of expertise. I think we think it's possible Silica not like you know season carbon right but again. There's your first one of your first questions finally life elsewhere in. show me the chemist. Yeah i'll just you know if we could do that. Experiment today. drew. I mean i i i assume our minds would be blown. It's one of the most exciting things to to study. Well i noticed you know listening to podcast about physics and stuff lately that the they're starting to talk about thermodynamics differently than i was sort of trained with it. If that makes sense what do they call it. Now nod equilibrium. They have a name for it. That was like oh. That's an alteration in terms. What i think of his thermodynamics because i think of it as an absolute truth but they are now starting to say. It's a truth in a box in a certain situation. They have now. They're conditions for their law. Yeah yeah this is this. You're going to need the other sean. Okay i again. I stay among the giraffes in troop. Yeah me too right where where we just. We consider it just so that the the proteins are looking for lower energy states. And that's that but So what what kinds of stuff interest you these days. what are you looking into. What do you what turns you on the question. I've asked most for awhile in my research is where a new things come from out of new things happen so i've studied questions like you know matt butterflies get spots in. You might say well gee what an esoteric sort of thing. But it's the art of science was defined kind of the simplest model for the phenomenon. You wanna understand and throughout history. The origin of novelty is a really interesting question. Do structures new functions come together are they. Do they come from nothing or are they re purposed from something that already existed worshiping driving it well and usually driving that is is people had this lamarque in kind of way of looking at ethics driving it that way or not or now. It's more usually driving. Its interaction with the environment. We are actually with each other. And and then i kinda compliment recently by my research. Team looks at things like the origin of snake venom. So benham's evolved many times in the animal kingdom. You might say well. Where does that come. Full talks income from that. Is that a normal body protein. That somehow has been weaponized. Did appear from nowhere so these these are the questions. We pursue is to try to understand the origin of of novelty. Anatomical novelty in in biochemical novelty in this is a. This is a long standing question in evolution. It's one that. Tormented darwin because the classic question if you think of something Like a bird wing and you say okay it. Everything has to evolve gradually. Then you start to pick your well then at some point it was only half away or a quarter wing all that sort of stuff and it turns out while that's intuitive wings had a different history than that. They didn't evolve from quarters and is didn't evolve from half is and venom didn't evolve out of nothing so we're tracing the roots of these things and sort of understanding the rules for innovation nature work with existing materials to evolve new things and some of those new things can kind of open up all new ways of living just like a wing. You know now allows you to spread across the globe using your wings. venom allows you to capture prey. And you know snakes with venom if proliferated across the face of the earth so mammals with milk these sorts of key innovations that led to bursts of success and sort of dominant groups of creatures. And we're trying to get right down to the nitty gritty of of how those things come into being the your next book. Well it may be my next end my first with the back. So the butterfly story i i. I wrote a book called endless forms. Most beautiful in twenty five and that was sort of the first installment of our first glimpses in sorta kinda the machinery where new things come from and it was a dissolution of lot of surprising discoveries drew from the world of understanding how creatures are put together and in how they evolve over time. It's a it's a field called devaux. I don't know if you've heard that one before. But i i. I've heard i've heard sean bo sean. Carroll's use that term about that. Yeah so the basic ideas that you know one of the most amazing phenomenon in life. I've never grown. Tired of looking at his is how a creature is made in. All of us. Who are parents can can appreciate this. Isn't it amazing that starting with a single cell you get this amazingly complex creature a human or a butterfly and we made huge strides and understanding that it was really a blackbox mystery as recently as the nineteen seventies and this really got blown open in the nineteen eighties and since and by understanding how creatures are put together especially the genes at build bodies and body parts. That really gave us the footing. We needed to understand how bodies change how you can make you know snakes and lizards and turtles giraffe soon and all sorts of things and so that was a book in a while ago and i think it probably needs a bit of a of a revisiting so is it essentially sort of miss misteps dna transcription that fundamentally seller happens the few major discovery. So the first thing blue. Everyone's mind no one expected. Was that the genes for building bodies which were first discovered in fruit. Flies are not only in lobsters and mice and chickens but in us that basically. There's a common tool kit of bodybuilding jeans. No matter how different the animals appear. They got a lot of tools in common. So that kinda startled because it looks are deceiving. Everyone was sort of anticipating there'd be such different genetic recipes for making different kinds of creatures like. Oh goodness no. There's all these common tools so it's not so. Diversity is not so much about the tools you have jeans habits. How you use them. So you're just getting at.

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"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:10 min | 9 months ago

"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"A lot. I know i know. But one thing i don't think you and the other sean carroll talked about that i'm always fascinated by species. We account is one thing account for drift and change and and and Mutations and you know changes all all kinds of functional changes in anatomical changes but spezia is sort of a special thing. How do we account for that. Well there's there's kinda i'm gonna give you two descriptions States one species becoming too okay. Mississippi there's something happening to ways. And i think we can build a picture of it in in listeners. Mines the most common way we understand it to happen is for creatures to get isolated. Darwin famously. the the birds of the galapagos tortoise is in the galapagos on different islands. Isolated given time these things. These populations change on their own to a level. Where if they're to make contact again they might not interbred. And that's geographic. Just get things separated and let them cook on their own and that will happen. The other is genetic and it's about that incompatibility and that really requires time of separation. And i talk about this in the book because there's tons of work going on in species are thinking about. It's changed a lot. It used to almost be like in a hard and fast rule that nothing could breed but listeners will know that most of us have a piece of neanderthal in indiana it because these inner breed homo sapiens and the nfl's bread in the middle east You know fifty sixty thousand years ago so it's not a hard and fast robot not breeding better certain point. There's no more it's incompatible you. Can't you want on biologically. There's incompatibility do we know. It's usually just genetic and kept incompatibility that the genes of one creature even if mating half so. There's you could stop at meeting if mating doesn't happen game over right. There's no gain but if you get if you get past that behavioral or anatomical barrier the genes of one creature in the genes. The other creature is won't work together. There's been too much time that does genes have Moved in changed enough that they don't work and there's actually work now saying that probably for you know creatures like mammals and birds reptiles might take about two million years to pile up enough differences that even when she got back together and even if you made it. Nothing's going to happen from that so Could be really cleanly geographic just isolated. But it's also genetic and what's happening is the piling up a random mutations that essentially make those groups creatures longer compatible one of the things i've always wondered and and your book makes a lot of the major astronomical catastrophes have hit this this globe and the big upheavals in evolution as a result. There's always sort of been a heavily in credulity on some of the things. That aren't raised about like for instance. I mean you. You get you drill into the catan peninsula and that that collision and let me. Just i talk about the global aspect. Can you make the point about you. Know what would happen in the immediate surrounding. What would happen. You know with the weather changes and stuff. What if there is a liquefaction of the of the cross through the crust. What about waves moving through the crust to the other side of the globe. Even i don't miss your people really talking about the fact that they don't think massively enough about what might have been happening with one of these collisions. Well you got a good instinct. Bear true so so. Let's talk about the impact and what we do because this is this is proposed forty years ago on the basis of physical evidence that an asteroid hit the glove and caused a mass extinction took the dinosaurs. I think most people have heard that story was scientists. Continue to study this to try to understand. Well what exactly happened and the forensic trail this is. It's all over the globe. I mean there's lots of places and you can go and you can put your finger right on that boundary between two worlds were below. Is the age reptiles dinosaur bones and above the age of mammals. Where you know. That's that's one that's one of these collisions by the way right. There's there's stuff that's that's the mother of all accidents that we have evidence of that. We have evidence right. We have evidence to our knowledge. It's the largest collision in five hundred million years and the evidence for it is everywhere. And i talk about a lot in the book because to me. You know past history before that's really interesting but in terms of our lives. We being mammals humans. Getting here i kind of feel that. That's almost like a reset point. You know it's the most recent reset point for life on earth and it's tangible and familiar to most people say i i make a lot of that. Now we know that that impact on drilled about a hundred mile wide and twenty five mile deep crater in mexico and blew that stuff up in the atmosphere into this kind of toxic stew that circulated the globe. That was bad stuff. Down like little fiery meteors setting the globe fire making the atmosphere really hot blocking out the sun. That's all that's all very bad but people are looking. You just raise this. There is the possibility that that impact was strong. Enough to set off. Bulkiness short amplify vulcan. As i wouldn't have so people are it's enforcing it's such a unique circumstances it's like we don't have a lot of comparisons to go on run. I think it requires some well digging you to kind of to sort that out but it is on the. It isn't play to say what other kinds of phenomena would have been triggered by that asteroid impact in particular area of unleashing massive vulcan which could be an adding to the stew of what's in the atmosphere and then the what i've this is the point of my question..

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"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:52 min | 9 months ago

"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"You just determining how a protein folds based on the laws of thermodynamics. I mean there's a ton of probability in that i mean there's so much stuff that is all based on probability so when people make Sort of sweeping deterministic definitive descriptions of things like nutrition. Or you know. I just go no no. You can't do that. It's too it's too. I mean you can talk about you. Know blood moving through the body in terms of the the gross physiology of that. But what's going across the brush border of a single sal. Even in the gut is just too complicated for me. No it's it's it is so. I think we biologists and physicians have to accept sort of levels of understanding Levels of description that are sufficient for us to have enough knowledge of the sort of behavior of assistant but not krebs detailed. An instantaneous moment knowing moment to moment what's happening in most of these things that we talk about are on the physiological or medical level really kind of emergent properties right. I mean fundamentally. I mean i mean i think h the other sean carroll is convinced me that fundamentally were just one giant wave equation. We're just one giant wave function and then emerged from that is physics and chemistry and then emerging from that as biochemistry and then emerge from that is physiology and you know we sort of emerged from that. What do you have any. Do you have any opinion about what we mean. When we say of property. While i i guess i would say sort of an elevator. Someone say sort of you know the whole is greater than the sum of the parts right. You can't predict the property of the system merely from his components right. There's new things that emerge at that next level and and not because of incomplete knowledge. Because something else has emerged. Yeah you're and here's something becomes for my domain biology in a pretty much if you ground up a giraffe and a dog and human you'd find all the same biochemistry but clearly. These are different creatures that do very different things And are you know different constructions in three dimensions. so so the molecules aren't enough to tell us about the creature and intimidate is a good example of sort of the emergent properties. Even if you knew every molecule in human body or for example if you knew every molecule human body every molecule in chimpanzees body turns out. The molecules will be incredibly similar. I mean almost almost all the nickel but we would agree that these are really different beings which which brings up another time. I know i'm jumping around an awful lot. But i got lots of things i wanted to talk about today and that is i want to go back to the start of life just to make things really easy but before i do before he do always.

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"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

05:39 min | 9 months ago

"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Welcome a doctor who podcast. Don't forget to keep into the sales pirate ship. Sports people that support us and also Try to Make it to my streaming show. You can find it. dr drew tv also. Youtube or facebook. Dr drew slash dr drew and we do some interesting stuff on locals right now. You can sort of be a part of the chance we have there. Maybe getting on the big shots we do that we do on the streaming show. It is my privilege to bring dr sean b carroll into the program. The book is series of fortunate events. Chance and the making the planet like and you. This is sean. B carroll dot com. Also at sean b. i. o. L. carole c. a. r. o. l. l. and Not to be confused with the physicist sean carroll that i've had on the show a couple of times but actually got to know sean b carroll the biologist because of an interview by sean carroll the physicists which lit me up and intrigued me and i got your book and welcome to the program. Thanks for having me through at wins confused. It's understand it's so weird that he came upon you and he's like he he said he was like googling sean carroll or something and you came up yet well we actually doing sean show is the first time we have been on the same program that same sorts journalists have threatened to do it just to have a little fun with it. That's so funny so you've been aware of each other all along. Yeah i've even been on a panel with. His wife is a great writer. Oh my gosh. First time we'd ever been together. That is crazy. Let's see let me give you some of the particulars on this. Dr carol which is Washington university in saint louis got as being biology peachy and immunology at toughs postdoctoral at university of colorado boulder. You teaching now now i. I am on the faculty university of maryland by spend most of my time actually producing educational materials producing documentary films and writing science communication. Oh my god this fantastic and so a series of fortunate events is the latest book. And i i wanna start at the end of the book and and if you don't mind i was fascinated by the interviews at the end and were some of them fictional so confused a little bit. I saw my buddy family guy It in there. I'm like oh. He's actually talking to south carolina and then albert camus shows innomax. Hang on a second. i'm confused. yeah so that. Will the book deals with this idea of chance and chance brings up some philosophical questions. I just discovered sort of exploring this territory that perhaps next to scientists the one group of people that think about chance or at least see. The world is driven by chance. Are comedians wires. Why is this so but if you can pick up these themes in their work you can see rakija vases. Work eric idle and some of the songs of monty python this. I started reaching out to some folks to figure out why this was and eric. Idle was kind enough to give me answers to my questions. And i thought well wendy great to get all these people together in a room but i thought about so my dead heroes like albert camus. The writer kurt vonnegut. I thought okay. I'm just gonna take literary license here and create a conversation coke among these people about the meaning of chance. Many of whom all all of whom had had some close call in their lives. Which is sort of. I think what brings this. You know this idea that chance home. Very very strongly is a close call or some trauma when you start thinking about the accidental nature of life. And you know why are we lucky and others not into drive home. The point about seth macfarlane. He almost got on one of the nine eleven planes. The one out of boston remember. Do you know this. yeah and I forgotten that story until i read it again in the book. It was american flight. Eleven he was he was partying the night. Before it is all the modern rhode island came to logan airport in. Boston is just about a half hour late because of actually just a clerk glare from his travel manager. Otherwise you know we don't we don't get the seasons of family guy and we don't get ted which would have been heartbreaking. If are you don't even know. I just it a sense of humor Be on the right bones in fact just a month ago or so. I got to have a one on one with seth under the auspices of the national academy. We got to talk about this again and You know he's very circumspect about it he just he says he doesn't believe in faith he just thinks these things happen most of the time without us knowing them that head. We come to a traffic light two minutes earlier. Two minutes later things would have been different so it really didn't rattle him as much as i think. A lot of close calls do rattle people interesting. I mean. Seth is says hard to rattle to be fair. I mean have nonni law but let's go into probability i mean. We live in a time when not only to two. Things are sort of problematic for me. Now is a pertains to the education around a biology. People don't seem to understand that their biological and what that means and be basic principles of math particular probability. I mean in this day and age when you have a ninety nine percent of survivor from covid. People have to see one story that to me. That's me. I have a ninety percent cure from my prostate cancer operation and i consider that cured That so what's gone wrong..

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"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

06:22 min | 1 year ago

"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Wins in the sale the girl, a pirate ship we get right to my guess is that I think you know he's one of my favorite he is John. Carroll. He is a research professor of physics at Caltech is something deeply hidden quantum morals and the emergence of space. Time, and because now this is the third or fourth time I have coerced Dr Carol to head our way I'm asking all of you to go watched and listened to mindscape listened to mindscape. It is one of the best podcasts out there and if you have any. Curiosity about the physical universe and more by the way he goes well beyond that download subscribe strong Carols Mindscape I command you to do. So now you'll not be disappointed China welcome back. Thank you very much drew. Thanks for sending your your minions, my way onto your might. Well, that's my goal right now now that you have made the tremendous strategic error of telling me you would come back you become my own private theater with its. and I hope your coaching up my audience at the same time, which is really the goal here. And you know as I listened to your pods, I started accumulating questions I start thinking, and that's always dangerous. For me and for non physicists. And you have this uncanny ability to make physics accessible. In and I'm going to. Do I feel like I need a little more mass today. Here here for you. Okay. and I'm not a mathematician. My son literally is An and I just marvel at some of the stuff he does and the proofs and whatnot but I kind of understand the world that you live in with Ed and I always wonder when I start thinking about things that. I've tried to make sense of things. I always wonder it's just 'cause I'm not looking at the mass that that I can have these sort of extraneous thoughts. For instance, I'll let you open with people didn't hear our previous conversations the many worlds hypothesis that's an which is your favorite, and it's becoming known for that now. So explain to people where that came from. Well, actually let me first before I. Forget I will forget Let me plug that something because. Quarantine Mike Martine project is I'm doing videos called the biggest ideas in the universe right talk about physics with like a little tiny bit of math. So it's kind of exactly what you're asking for. UNAFRAID dimension things like. We don't do calculations or anything like that. I, think it's actually you know a wonderful thing for people to want a little bit more math than they get in you know most of my popular books or Brian Greene's Neil degrasse Tyson's Lisa Randall's for or whatever and I think it does help because the world is the world is exists Sorta mathematically we can talk about it using metaphors. All we want. But sometimes, the math is just the only way to really get the point across and ninety worlds is sort of an example of that. In some sense because people here the world, the word many worlds are the phrase many worlds It's a version of quantum mechanics. It's a way of thinking about what quantum mechanics is teaching us and they say, well, that sounds like. A fantasy science fiction, landlady telling me all these parallel realities are pumping into existence and we can explain why you think that. But the one lesson I wanna get across is we didn't just make up a bunch of world's. while. We made up with quantum mechanics trying to fit the data, and if you just look at the mathematics of quantum mechanics, this was the brilliant insight of Hugh Everett who is a graduate student in nineteen fifties. He said look if you just take with quantum mechanics telling you at face value, it says something like an electron in elementary particle that is very quantum mechanical can exist in a superposition of spinning clockwise and spinning counterclockwise. It's neither one nor the other thought that you don't know it's really doing but. That's true than you should believe that you can exist in a superposition of having seen the electrons spinning up and seem the electrons spinning down, and that means that the universe should be able to exist in the super position and indeed it does and that's the many worlds interpretation and that falls out of the mathematics. Yeah. The many worlds everyone knows everyone who understands whether they agree with many worlds or not when you get right down to the definition of it it's just the most stripped down bare bones. way of thinking about what quantum mechanics says, there are quantum states. There's an equation, the Schrodinger equation that tells you how quantum state evolves and the possibility for many worlds is there in the quantum state and the only question is, does that possibility become real? And so I was always preoccupied with entanglements in and you you explain that to me in a way that I've got my head around and as a result of that. I am now convinced that everything is just a giant quantum wave equation and we are just emerged properties is that accurate lane Dr Nation is working? Yes. Exactly. Right. And but of course, there's a lot of work hidden in those phrases that you just uttered That's the challenge, and that's why you know I don't blame people who don't like the many worlds interpretation if they don't like it in a principled way, you know there's plenty of reasons to worry about it. But the reasons are not that you know it's too heavy or too weird or you know I don't it rubs me the wrong way. The reasons are that the formalism is beautiful and elegant as it is is so very different from the world of our experience from the world of our eyeballs in our fingertips. Maybe. A theory like that could account for the world I see but you're gonNA have to do some work proving it to me, and that's the work of in showing that many worlds gives rise to the emerging reality real experience. Some somehow, that's a feature of the emergence. Yeah we would like I mean, and this is why it sits at the. Intersection of physics and philosophy because we need not only understand how wave functions work. The quantum states were talking about me not only to understand the evolution equation and so forth. But we also have to understand what emergence is how you relate the fundamental ingredients of reality to the world of.

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"p carroll" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"p carroll" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"Pete is is well established enough well respected enough and smart enough to know that the minute he spoke on this capper. Nick situation the climate that we're. Currently sitting in right now, it was going to become a headline. It's going to be on. Speak for yourself today in numerous other TV shows where they're going to dissect and and really break down what it is that P. Carroll may have been saying or may not have been saying so I think by him knowing that and being clear on that, there is a level of genuineness and sincerity. Sincerity and the words that he said but I agree I think the rabbit hole definitely goes a little deeper and I think there's probably other agendas or reasons for him doing it, but the one that I settled on was I just want to separate myself from any ill feelings in terms of how this man was treated based upon a change of failings that people have three years later. I would say this. How many different organizations they call capper nic even gets go in and work out for E. Girl is one of those organizations, and you know most. The timing were answering questions former players in. We're answering questions. We is the question the way we want to answer the question, not necessarily what the reporters digging for, but the way you want to shape the narrow right and and your very. Very first in that as a head coach, whereas a player based upon the narrative that you want to be out there and I think there's always more to the story. You don't when it's come to a head goes. There's a lot of decisions in a lot of things that have to think about when you're managing your football team and I think that's what Pete Carroll said. Is Hey listen man? We brought him. Him In. We're one of the teams one of few teams that brought him in. We worked out. We really liked him, but there was an a spot because we looked at him. As like a we don't want you to compete with our starting. quarterback are starting. QUARTERBACK is established. He doesn't Miss Games whatever the case may be, and ultimately will give you an opportunity to go out there and find your starting. Starting job or at least give you a chance to compete for your starting job. Thing is there is noise. There are things that people are going to have to answer and talk about I. Don't WanNa bring that into my organization, and that's eight that that is perfectly acceptable like when you're managing football team. It's like the Tim. TVOS scenario like there's a lot of teams that didn't want 'em Tibo in they. They do I. Don't think he's a quarterback, but I think. Are A lot of teams that say I WANNA. Have you know a a press conference for my backup quarterback? That's a distraction and you know as well as I do teams really worrying about the distraction during the course of the season, and that's part of the decision making process that goes into being an organization a head coach. You don't have all the ball team so I. I don't Fault Carol. I look at peak, Carol and. I. Got A ton of respect for peak. Carol but. I never had Seattle as intended target in terms of all of the strap, no, and and all of the consequences that have come from Kapernick. Being unemployed blackballed. I thought Seattle actually was one of the teams that really put forth effort until I, heard yesterday, and then I was like. Wait a minute. You have now talked yourself into the crossfire and the cover up sounds worse than the crime like we're starting to really untangle peak Carro, saying he's basically saying I love the Guy He's a starter and we. Russell Wilson so we bought him in. If you brought them in, your gotta starter. Would you bring them in for a backup? Okay, where's the offer? If you could get Colin Kaepernick to even bite at any offer. You've done something there because who doesn't want to stack the deck and turns the backups in terms of talent on the roster, but no, we rather go forward Gino Smith. What's what did he say right here? So that makes no sense in the football perspective and I went p Carol Look. I'M GONNA. Keep it one hundred. Pete Carroll's the white coach and we're asking them right now. In this moment. How he felt about Colin Kaepernick back then and right now. Like a miniature person, they have a change in tune, and that's okay. It's fine, but you have to either know how to dance with this conversation with.

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"p carroll" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

10 Things That Scare Me

06:20 min | 1 year ago

"p carroll" Discussed on 10 Things That Scare Me

"She just launched a brand new podcast. It's called come through fifteen central conversations about race a pivotal year for America. So whether you're afraid to talk about race or sick of tried to make other people talk about it. This show is for you. You can subscribe to come through wherever you get your podcasts and you can listen to Rebecca's up sort of ten things right now. One death and dying to breast cancer and all cancer three flying. Whenever I fly I always sit next to my son so far. He's okay with that. But if there's any kind of turbulence or I start to get a little bit white knuckle to sort of looks over. We had just smiles. Just a just a grin for that. I'm messing up my kid. My birth father is black was black. He died in two thousand ten and I met him When I was probably twenty two or twenty three and so we had a brief relationship and It got very intense very quickly for me and I needed to do my life and when I was ready to reconnect after I had a son he died. It's a regret that I live with We were each other's soul black relatives. You know that that we had In the world and we needed each other in a very very In in a very visceral sense and he to me I thought him coming into my life would be a lot easier and it felt I panicked. I didn't know how to suddenly be his daughter and I have to. I have to have to be very mindful to not overcompensate the other day We were talking about because now we're looking at high schools and what's really important for me and I think should be important for any parent regardless of race. Ethnicity is that they have teachers and role models of Color. And my son said you know what's why do I need to have necessarily all black and people of Color as role models. I said well because if you have only white role models you'll grow up thinking that the best thing to do and be is white and and he said but I see a lot of you know role models of color and I said name three and he said our friend. Missa our friend Karen and you and the next day I said to my husband I said. I don't think I realized that I'm enough for my son by being able to feel the feeling of missing people. I love after I die. Six nuclear war just mushrooming everybody's gone seven masses of moving insects. Eight the Ocean nine the dentist ten losing my mind. Did you ever see that movie phenomenon with John Travolta and curious Edrich in which he just starts to get more and more brilliant every day like he can? He can suddenly solve the Rubik's Cube and you know right operas and it is revealed that the reason he becomes brilliant more and more every day is because he's dying so I also think about that that Oh I feel like I'm getting smarter only because my mind about to say you're done. My name is Rebecca. Carol and these are ten things that scamming Rebecca terrill is a cultural critic and editor of special projects at WNYC radio. She told us that she met her husband on a subway platform in Brooklyn while he was on his way to a conference on race and social policy and a year later he proposed to her on that same platform. The ten things team includes Amy Pearl Daniel Game at Odell Reuben. Sarah Sampack emily legal team and Polish lumen music and sound design by Isaac. Jones.

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"p carroll" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"p carroll" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"He hopes the to make the best decision for him. I think it's our responsibility in our job to make sure that we give them all the information from an NFL standpoint from a medical standpoint from a rehab standpoint and if there is any way that he could possibly be devalued because of his injury. You know what are the consequences of that. And how does that affect his decision and what he does in the future but He's been a great leader for us. He's a great player flare on our team. He was elected captain captain of the team by his teammates. And we just want what's best for him to I don't think too is going to drop out of the top ten. Then you have a lot of sources a lot of front office sources. I is anyone saying that they are just completely out onto. They're all waiting for the medical. They all love him but right so we all are but then we still have to find out if it how that's going to translate to the field because he's not gonna be able to be fully physically evaluated by the time of the job search it takes them is going to take a risk. But there's so many places that need a quarterback I it's not even a risk to me. The draft is a crap shoot. Why would you not just taste you? Joy We have a history where P carroll has whiffed on first round pick. Everyone has whipped on it. I would just take to even if the medical stuff I didn't love and I was was the chargers at all or I was Carolina. I would take him and just say dude our medical staffs going to Babysit you for two years. He's too talented at the most important decision. Not The drive absolutely. It's worth the risk. It doesn't it doesn't matter if you're an organization there there are picks that you can make.

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"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

11:20 min | 1 year ago

"p carroll" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Podcast welcomed. Back my latest Obsession Sean. Carroll Research Professor of physics at Caltech. He's a podcast who which is true. Then put my obsession has not just you but your podcast which is shontae the mindscape. You're okay with the PODCAST IS I get my son's turned onto my wife gaffed on board and But I recommend it most most most highly forthcoming book. It's already out something. Deeply Hidden Quantum worlds emergence of space time which will kind of talk about Shawna's theoretical physicist specializing in quantum mechanics. Gravity and cosmology. And thanks to you. I've learned a little more about quantum mechanics sort of the general sweeping ideas. How have you been at Caltech now? Oh this is my thirteenth year. Their longtime Palestinian everything. Good I love it was just in Chicago for a couple of days and it was snowing. Incoming good good so all right. I am We did a little bit of a run through some with these topics last time. It was not cohesive terms of my questioning. It was not like linear sort of a conversation was just sort of things that I I caught listening to your podcasts. More than anything in having you you know a collegiate education in physics sort of kept an eye on this since then couple things I want to get at this time. Let me ask just one sort of. I guess it's a technical question. How much are we missing about these topics by not discussing the mathematics? Because some of this really is about math. Yeah no that's actually great question Shen and the answer is it depends on what we're talking about so let me give you an example where you're missing a lot We talk about quantum mechanics. My Book something deeply hidden hidden is mostly about particular version of quantum mechanics called the many worlds interpretation. Yes where when you measure a quantum system. We know experimentally that you get certain indefinite outcomes but you can't predict which I wanNA talk about entanglement. We'll get to that But so many world says that in fact all the different experimental outcomes become real. Nope just in separate worlds so the world duplicates and he literally means what he's saying. I really I really means when you observe an electron to of you emerge. That's right and I think like like that fact can be understood without the math but then people say well where does the energy come from an are you doubling the energy of the universe when you create a new one one and that you know if you know the math the answer is crystal clear that no you're not violating energy conservation. It's really hard to accelerate. So this is Samat. There's energy conservation which you can't violate one of the things I was ruminating about on this. We'll we'll get a little deeper into the many worlds theory here but that it's tend attended the ten to the twenty third or something worlds right. They're predicting the bunch or more load and isn't there a and this is were the math got into my thinking. Isn't there because you also talked about how probability emerges from these things new and all these things are phenomenon that converge on on one. Isn't it possible that there are so many that they just converge. They don't go to infinity. They go to one side of the the the worlds of the world. So so. It's just an amalgamation now of all the world's in one you know what literally this afternoon I was having having lunch with a friend of mine philosopher physics and he mentioned exactly that interpretation of possible because probabilities Converge John One yet many worlds converge on One. Maybe really is just one but we don't experience that right so I don't many worlds. Let spirits entangled entangled. That's right that you experience experimental outcomes you know you. Measure the spin or the location of a particle the energy. Whatever he discovered? The Higgs bows on. You do all these things involving quantum mechanics in every once experience in the history of the world. You seem to see a definite outcome. There's the particle at at some location. Yeah and the the fundamental equation of quantum mechanics. The SCHRODINGER equation says otherwise. It says that you should not see a particle indefinite location. And so many world is one way to come to grips with that. So you're welcome to invent spinoffs of many worlds are alternatives to it or different versions of it but many worlds worlds even though it seems wild is just taking the Schrodinger equation at face value literally no not causing any any exceptions the textbook version Asian of quantum mechanics says that the sugar equation is usually correct except when you look at a quantum system then it's not correct right if you measure it you make everything right. Wave wave functions collapsed. Yeah no equation for that. But I'm wondering if that collapsing idea is really what happens to the many worlds well. That's not what the short anger equation. Says you're proposing a different interpretation so heading heading towards the asked him todd of one yet not a collapsing. Well the Schrodinger equation Asian. Doesn't have collapses in it. The wave functions don't collapse. They just always spread out so the fact that they seemed to collapse to US demands. Some better explanation ever it. The whoever the many many world says it's because the world branched Niels Bohr who invented the Copenhagen interpretation. Says it's because the wave function collapse collapse. And that's what we're trying to figure out which one is right and deals board was just a more Enigmatic Kerr's matic dude that got a one persuaded his team. It's a fascinating story. You know like how the history of quantum mechanics came to be the twisted mess that it really is but Niels Bohr more than anyone else's responsible for shepherding our current version of quantum mechanics understanding of it and yet he's the one who convinced the rest of the physics community that all was fine and yeah they didn't have to think too hard about about what it means to look at something measurement or measure it or observe it just use the shortage regime well when you measure it. And that's what people like Einstein Stein just couldn't do like wise quesion true sometimes and not true other times. That's that's no good. Yeah something's wrong so now we're still stuck with this. You know eighty ninety years later ter- trying to deal with the fallout like what is the right version of quantum mechanics and this is the this is the scandal. You're not allowed to talk about it. That's right Certainly early especially in physics departments. You'd expect that this will be the highest priority on our list. If you take that seriously your your thoughts would not be real physicist. When when I hear you say that I was thinking? Maybe that's again the math piece because it's it's divorcing everything from the math and trying to try to be rational channel. Will I think that This is part of the self justification on the part of physicists. They say that's philosophical questions. Question really really going to formulate an of what they mean is that you can't see the differences you can't test experimentally the different possibilities. We have multiple multiple really honestly different theories of physics all of which looked like quantum mechanics at the end of the day but they seem to be different and some of them are experimentally distinguishable. No but it's hard and so if you can't do an experiment to tell which one is right. Physicists get nervous right but isn't the very papers that Einstein wrote evidence that physics physicists. Do their thing without experiments you do like to think that their theory should make sense. And that's that sounds obvious but the demand that everything makes sense. That's too strict. Do Yeah you know and so this evolutionary instrument that we have in our cranium will well. It's not it's not really that you know that they're compatible with your so for example go we all know it. Always physicists. Know that there's this huge looming problem with gravity. Einstein did a really good job. It inventing a good theory of gravity called general relativity gravity's curvature of space time and you have a very very good podcast on this topic going to great talk about you want to remember the title of it Will I have a solo. My podcasts many different things by did do a solo episode on how Space Time can emerge from quantum mechanics. That's ravaged will yes. facetime one space time is curved. Valentine says his gravitate but here but the conventional way of doing things gravity and quantum mechanics are simply incompatible with each other. And we all know. That's the problem. And even though there's no experiment and we can do. That violates either quantum mechanics or general relativity because they're both mutually incompatible. One is going to have to change and is the reason you can't do experiment on grab grabbed the the the scale. It's just too weak of a force. You know quantum mechanics shows up when you look at individual particles or very very small subatomic systems for gravity. The individual particles would be gravitons but gravitons. Just move right through you. Almost never interacting very hard to make a grant on in the lab so we we are making it particles like turtleneck light. Yeah we make particles all the time. Hey Bozo and so forth but gravitons are just very very hard to make one by one you can make them in big bunches gravitational waves which we discovered a few years ago but that just is a big enough that everything classical again to isolate a single graviton rather talent is beyond our capability so so the idea would be if you could study on the level of a particle. You learn something. Then you'd see the quantum behavior up close and maybe that will give you a clue as to how to build a better theory or maybe not but at least it would be a step. And why can't we make a grab a ton they're just too hard to make they're just too weakly interacting. You know the way that I always put it as you can use your arm to lift a bottle of water off of the desk right. So what is your arm a bunch of electrochemical reactions is basically electrity electricity magnetism. It work in your arm and that is able to beat the combined gravitational field of all the atoms in the earth trying to hold the bottle down right your your puny. That alarm is able to beat the entire earth. And why is that. It's because gravity is a really weak force. Where would you? How would you make graviton? Well well you could do it the same way you make a photon right. You make a Photon by taking an electron just over particle and moving in the right and so the electron has an electric field stretching in all directions directions. So when you move the electron the electric field shifts. If you move electron up and down repeatedly the electric field around it waves and we see that as light right and therefore photons detected one by one exactly. The same thing is true for gravity. The Electron has a gravitational field. If you move the electron the gravitational tation field shifts etc but the number of gravitons. You're producing that way is way way smaller than the number of photons. Couldn't you move a bigger particle. Yeah yeah like the Sun or a black hole yeah right. That's the that's the problem. It's a very weak force. If you move a single electron good luck with that. You're never gonNA make it detectable graviton. It begs the issue. Why you can't take a large object and move it though and something emerged exactly how we do? Detect gravitational national ways by the Nobel Prize was one year ago by the Lego Observatory. Because what you needed to do was to have two black holes..

"p carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

15:53 min | 2 years ago

"p carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"You gotta push shift yeah yeah yeah. The point is to be uncomfortable yeah so anyway okay so i was so pete is like he is the person that gives that to other humans all day long right. It's cool. I really wish he had seen last chance you a love last this last see the current season is phenomenal in that coach who i like. I think he's got this. Is these amazing qualities. These white from south central negro around all black folks. We really knows how to communicate with kids that have come from a really rough area anybody the elza la and he uses a lot of these techniques that just you don't think forget everything else it come to see. It becomes that torture debate. You know yeah which which you know i feel differently about torture if it worked but there's so much evidence that it actually doesn't work yes that you don't get the truth from it discuss series of lies. They think you want to hear similarly. I don't i don't think that that screaming at everyone and shit yields resort certainly they wanted from me. I know i it's just different personality types like i bet some people do really thrive off of that. It's kind of like a sick almost like masochistic asa kiss stick thing. I feel like if they had like a dad that like yelled at him and pushed him but then gave him as his approval. There's some that feels familiar in nice but if if you didn't for me it's so foreign to have a fucking man. Just scream at you now. It's enough for me. I mean i guess yeah. I guess there is something sort of exciting writing about someone's approval. That's hard to have <hes> and then so that's sort of what they're displaying like guy hate you and then eventually elite. They turn feels really good well. That's the did you watch the <hes> the lake placid olympics documentary about the hockey team there and then it was made into the movie miracle. Oh i didn't see either and famously like at that time. Still we only college athletes playing the olympics. There was no professionals rational now now tall professional but then it was still a collective of college athletes that beat russia which was impossible and those were professional players mhm in that coach was kind of celebrated for his whole plan was always to unite them against him so he was willing to be the asshole that everyone hated to unite them so i guess there's that version where it seems like it worked. Digging need poly technical approach where it's like. You're adjusting for everyone's personality finale. Which sounds like what pete does maybe. He gives the guys who need that. Yeah tough love shit that yeah and supports others thrive off that yeah i do. The best thing you can do is engenders some sort of feeling that the team mm-hmm is one right and what however you do that. That's the real keys is rule number. One always protect the ti- yeah yeah that's right. That's an important factor because it doesn't really matter what the coach is pushing you to do. You'll push yourself. If you feel like these. Other people need me to do that. Depend on you yeah. I miss it yeah. You should find your way back into some kind of competitive something. I'm gonna. We're gonna have to think on that this week. With what options are there for you crosswords. I'm not going to be good enough at at though no. I need to be good at it too late in the game to come competitive across words i i. I want to start learning piano <hes>. I don't think i should get competitive. 'cause i'm just about to start learning a little early needed at the same time oh and then we'll get competitive which the other that sounds like. It's a good plan for okay so some tax. There are actually aren't that many facts oh well. This just reminded me because he said that he worked his football coaches. He'd coach those pop warner kids and stuff and i ended that we were forced forced to do that in in high school we had to coach the reckless kids saw in cheering alvarez signed a grade. There was a horrible incident that happened injury. You know the sexually assault now but i mean pretty much worse this girl it's so owned one so really been extorted kid. I punch shoot. I knocked the wind out. You know these are like a eight year. Olds probably let it out. She feels like <hes> handmaid's tale. When you're in the center chair yes guilt sin sin sin so this girl was eight eight ish and me me and my friend my other cheerleader friend were their coach and she was in rec league and i think her mom drove the school bus and and and she had a huge you know huge huge huge mole okay on her leg. Maybe i don't remember where it was but it was exposed okay and it was huge distraction a lot of hair yup well. Even at a it was a real site. Uh-huh there was an eyesore yes and she was obviously not cool and these were young cheerleader so ever a lot. The people were cool popular yeah. You're i have a mix. I think of supporting you and tell me and then and then just thanks feeling really sad already. Just the mom's a school bus driver. That's that's a tough road a ho. I wonder if i made that up. I if i did ed i really hope i did. I don't think i did i think her mom was the bus driver and she had not cute mole well and you know she just didn't fit in and stunt and see if the kind of i think people had to touch her mole. No one wanted to anyway me and my friend were talking about it okay in a not favorable favorable way and she her we didn't know okay came up like our coach is told us oh boy hey. There's this situation. We weren't like it was kind of. It was extra back because we weren't getting in trouble. Just like be more private about this happened and what happened and we were like did you do i think at first we were like no no that wasn't us or we were like no we were saying it's viewed of and use it as a knob the it's a great opportunity to really get a hold on her when she's flying what you wanna do this'll be muscle memory. You feel that knob to grab obama and you're never going to be in use it as an anyway and then we had. We talked with her mom the bus driver you had to talk to mav. Oh it was it it was. I only have ever told anyone that was awful. It really was yeah. I think i can't imagine any of us. Don't have those memories memories because i was inclined to go like oh. I was big and i was fighting a lot so maybe it's just me that i hurt. Someone and i feel terrible about it but i think everyone has gotten ensnared in and some shadiness to someone else. It's almost impossible to make it to your life without shit happen again. That's how you learn. You probably felt terrible. Uh-huh yes also i felt so many things i felt terrible also felt so scared. I was like all my god. I did something really bad. I feel guilty and also i feel like oh. My life is ruined. I'm probably going to get kicked off this cheerleading squad. Your whole life was ending and the mom was nice to own are both prone to feel like our whole life is indeed. I wonder again if that's like broadly universal or and <hes> people think like these little indiscretions are going to take the whole thing down yeah. That's a really good question. I don't think everyone one does feel that it presumes that like you have something you want to keep to begin with which may be unique unique now yeah <hes> you guys apologize to the girl. I think maybe i mean. We put us to the mom i can't. I don't know i think we did. I'm sure we had to nope. This is one of those you know real murky kind of topics which are you don't want to perpetuate something in yet it short so you know i always bring up. The fighting thing like i would if your kid is getting picked on. Would you say punch them. It's clearly wrong but what's wrong. Her army wants to go. I i oh i wish she could have just got the mole removed because you're asking a lot of eight-year-olds to not care about a mole. I now it's yes. We ideal deal if eight-year-olds didn't care but then you also have to be realistic about the world we live in so excited you get this more removed. You know i certainly would but i don't if that's the evolve moving in the right direction like oh. That's just their crossed bear and it'll build character. I don't know it's complicated. I just know my my heart would snap in half. Lincoln came home and everyone's talking about a mole on her like i mean i it would hurt me so much more even leaking with these stitches. You know you've seen me with injuries. I could give a fuck. I don't care if i got a slang or i'm getting operated. I don't care at all stitches her stitches in her finger. When she touches up my stomach turns. I'm like oh. I'm so nervous about her hurting herself thinking about someone <hes>. I feel really bad about that girl new. It's okay. That's it's all dead now or something. No she's probably the governor of georgia okay again. It could be like dyslexia probably like to find her. She if she found her confidence fuck this world this superpower i oh she just got it remove. It wasn't really a mole. I mean it was but it was like more humor. It was kind of like a tumor that had a pigment hype hyperplasia with some malignant tumor s qualities. Oh oh man you know what's funny. Is you gotta just kind of like for you. I feel guilty. You feel mad at yourself that you're so shallow right. That's how i feel when i'm like judgmental of someone's got like <hes> tons of flakes all of their eyebrows or so mag become aware of it and then a mad at myself right but i do imagine there has to be some evolutionary thing where it's like. We're we we have a biological response to be afraid of someone. That seems to be carrying a disease or infectious. I really think that's what it stems from. That's why throw up smells so much much closer than anything else because there's poison in the throat and that's why they threw up so if you want to be repelled by so you know to me or or even like lameness right. I don't even know if that's the word you can use anymore but like if kids born with a bomb leg or arm. I think evolutionary you're like oh. That's a liability all of our safety interesting yeah any to beat yourself up. You have those feelings that you have to overcome them and you need to shame yourself of me so mad and disappointed with yourself that you just that your knee jerk reaction of these things. I think it's kind of hard wired in us. Yeah it's like it's but you can be judgmental. Judge mental of your action after the thought for sure yeah you know what really makes me sad about the story is like i think we were just talking about it because it was was like fun to talk about somebody else in the same way the same thing everyone does all the time or they wanna talk uh other people to make themselves feel better and it was like we were on the cool team right. We didn't have a huge mole yes and yeah. I probably felt like oh thank god. I don't have that because of all these other things. I don't like your whole skin color yeah well. This is the thing that's recommended in the broken ladder which down comparing means basically what you're doing all but that's i don't. I wouldn't recommend that. I don't think it's good to do that. It also is like so stupid like just interesting no well well. Hold on down compare not in a mean way but it is like. I'm always <music> saint on here that i'm a six or i don't like how i look and then so when i think about oh yeah i could like how i looked less and i should be grateful and so it could lead me to having gratitude wall to mentally yeah. That's because it's a shame our brains work that way. You need to find something some of the worst plight than ears to enjoy your station okay so how many people have e- cots said like five people have them fifteen people have them oh fifteen yes but more than forty performers are just one away including richard rogers rita peter marino audrey hepburn well. She's won't be able to get it but mel brooks share kate winslet let viola davis common helen mirren lin manuel miranda dick van dyke julie andrews lily tomlin omlund. These are some of the people anyhow so there might be a big influx of guts. Yeah sin could get even less exclusive fifteen. That's higher than i would have thought hafer very much but i just how do people win a grammy. You're an actor. Sometimes you can win them and kind of dicey way. Oh yeah like zach braff. One one i think for yes for the the soundtrack of of garden state garden state soundtrack a great soundtrack which is when i think of grammy winners i think people who write amazing music not people who cure a yeah sometimes you can win them for like audio or like audio. Oh so we might win. Why me and i'd i'd like to if you will yeah you could be inching towards an e got at least nomination i could. Maybe i could be the nominations so not winner winner but i have an emmy nomination. I know so then. Maybe i'd get maybe guy for the nomination. I don't think i've introduced us like monica. Padma n- e- got nominated i needed as you know because they all say trailers academy award nominated. That's still that stays with you to just the nomination yeah. I like that..

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"p carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

13:42 min | 2 years ago

"p carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Yeah audible experiences take us. We're gonna we're gonna come out here pretty soon. We've we've done the working now. We gotta get organized. Get revealed in the pretty fun that brings up my time management schmidt question. How on earth do you juggle these things. Will you know what early will really well. No call your family and say <hes> it really is. It's just important for me to be active and doing stuff and whatever you know kind of lights me up. I'm chasing. There's so much out there in. I think it enriches what i'm doing anyway so i i think it's all part of the process of trying to figure out. It'd be really good when i'm doing yeah well listen <hes> so grateful that you took time out today and he had a super busy. You guys ashton. Yeah never talked to a football coach very exciting very inspirational. Your well-dressed. You're in great shape. Again is luminescent. Ah you know if the other book doesn't take off you need to do just kind of like a personal style and allied health book wjm okay. We'll glenn because if i end up if i look like you in twenty four years i'm gonna be fucking. Do back flips off decided yeah so the number is this number. You're the oldest coach in the league with you at all only when people bring it up take very nuts is why would never thought it by looking at you. If i hadn't read a base it was really refund. Talk with you. Get your inspiration. All we love you. Thanks a lot for coming in and i wanna say good luck for today but not good. Look you playing the chargers. Play the chargers yeah so not not good luck. Okay.

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"p carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

10:12 min | 2 years ago

"p carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Okay so number two to know whining no complaining no excuses as one that i really swiped from coach wooden. That was one of his guidelines. It meant a lot to me. It had to do with mental toughness in the sense. Can you operate without tell somebody you're sad story. Can you function by not n- saying disparaging things about what's going on. Can you understand that you're sad. Story may affect somebody. Else's can be tough enough about not doing that now. That's also has to do with just making excuses so if you're a rule number two violator in our program you they do it on a million different levels you know by by making an excuse for something and were you know whatever yeah and so that to me is really important about our self. Talk tuck it. Will i get to talk about self talk here because in explaining to the words that you say are so powerful and your actions basically follow what you say and so oh. Let's be mindful of what we're doing here. You know let's control this variable that could take down a negative road that we don't want to go as a team as in the locker room as as we travel but for yourself too you know let's get your words together and let's make sure that you understand how powerful positive self talk and affirmations are in the way you converse and communicate communicate and all that so yeah i would also like to say because monica and i both this year's new year's resolutions was complaining that was yours was busy similar in the same world and what i have found is that you know in the sense that you find what you're looking for. If i'm in a pattern of complaining or finding finding something that was bad about an experience i now look for it in in looking for it. I find it excuses and negatively. They begat that because because you're looking to confirm the story you're behind. All of this too is is optimism. I don't want to go the other way. I want everything about a program to be built on. What could be can be nut nylon. What is happening what may be negative that could draws for why we should be down as opposed to all of the hope in the positive thoughts that you can have that arena program. You can't say something kind of off the cuff credit in not be called on the same they have fun out in each other for that jon trickett yourself so governs itself and i gotta say i was so delighted. You're meeting went long today because the one rule i knew already was be early early. I got here it exactly on time and i was like fuck. I was going to get here early to show them and then it was quite relieved. You didn't catch me not being early but tell me the difference between being early and on-time well. If you ever tried to be on time it's impossible. Yeah that is all. Is it time that you can't do it. Purely is really important about priorities visit portent about understanding where you fit in the world and how you play a pardon everybody's world around you and so we talk about it in terms of prioritizing getting organized having a plan known you know what you're up against and being able to take the moments that takes to figure out how you can organize your world so that you can approach what's coming up early enough so that you can demonstrate the respect that whatever whatever you're dealing with deserves it is a declaration is truly a declaration. It's a declaration of respect so this is where i talk about respect and the respect everybody and everything around us we we don't ever pick and choose when to respect because if you pick and choose sometimes you're going to be wrong. You're you're gonna disrespect and so when i've asked guys about respect over the years you know you try to talk about respect. Go and go deacs. What's respect for others or for myself. I don't know what you talk about the word okay well. I think respecting someone else's recognizing that they too are going going through something and that they're on their ride in that. They're you know okay great monica you appreciating that there are other people on earth other than you okay okay so there's a million ways in nobody can nail respect as i've asked tons of guys. They can't do it so what we've done is. We've taken the word regard in us. How how you regard something is how you demonstrate respect and so if you see somebody that you don't think is important you and so you don't give him the time of day. You're you're demonstrating a level of regard that really represents how you respect that and if you see somebody that oh i'm gonna get to meet dax. I'm gonna i'm on my best game and i'm fired up happen. I'm there early. I'm looking on dressed up right now that you're demonstrating how you regard how you feel about that well once we start timeout regard. It started to make sense to us. It's the actions that you take the demonstrate. How you feel about whatever you're dealing with for instance. How do you regard the opportunity to play for the seattle seahawks. <hes> do you do everything in your power to put yourself in the best position to be at your very best to demonstrate the this is the most important thing in the world to you right now and you'll take in everything that you can possibly taken to make sure that you you ensure that you know that your actions are reflective of that yes and so it takes us to the point of discussing respect in regard to self respect and self regard. How do you feel about yourself. Do you regard yourself highly enough that you put yourself in the best light or are you willing two people shit. Are you willing to to show up late. Are you willing to not put your best foot forward in jeopardizing your opportunity that demonstrates traced low level of self respect guys don't really care. We know now they tell us. If you just watch and listen you know those that do really care and they wanna give their best shot. They wanna really give every opportunity. Make it available to them. They hold themselves in high regard in so they have a lot of self respect so anyway. That's the way we use. It and it's a really cool thing for us. In around the you know the environment that i love it because the transcends that environment that's dating. That's relationships. That's that's people. I often say. This like people date other people with the same self esteem is themselves because whatever level they think they're worth they find someone who has has a similar value of what they think they deserve to be within. Its kind of back and forth so it's like if everyone is a loser guess what you're the common denominator and you know you. You think you only deserve that and it's all kind of one big. Circle is simple as it is. It's kind of like okay be earlier. What's that mean you know but there's a ton to it in the way we see it so let's dig it. Okay so at seattle again you come in there and you win the first super bowl net franchises history. You guys go what thirteen into or something the seventeen thirteen three and you become one of only three coaches ever to win a college national no football championship and a super bowl games. I e guy yes in hollywood. If you won an emmy a grammy nas honing owning and i that's called an e got very few people who have it so. You're the equivalent of the iga. <hes> you have an online platform right called compete to create that you and michael do and how do people use it. What's it for. Why did you think you discovered something that could be useful to organizations well well just over the years when we recognized that people were drawn to this stuff that we do how we do it in a sense that a while back and tried to figure out how to convey what we do other people because they were asking about it you know how we put it in a format that you can share it with somebody and so but when i met michael michael had such discipline himself in such understanding about performance anson we connected so on so many different levels that i thought maybe this would be a chance for us to find a way to blend what we think and what we what we believe in in making offering offering to other curriculum in create a curriculum that would be available to people so they want to understand this more fully they could and you know we were reinforced by so many different the people would come to us in one spend time this my favorite one of steve kerr you know he came in. He was just going to start up as a new coach and he wanted to. I don't know why he picked us but he came in and sure come hang with with a few days you know and by the way the guy who worked for the buddha right he worked for coach phil jackson fulfill it who he had some great eight relationships with other coaches he had all on all the winning and all the other stuff too and i'm just saying for you a little bit feather in your cap. He had the wisdom to try to figure out. I need to get organized and get my act together because i'm gonna coach. The warriors now never coached him of any sort you know here. He is in the top of the heap anyway but that's just illustration of a guy who he kind of took what he took out of it and now he's an advocate kind of in certain ways but he's totally lied on his own thing which is great and awesome. All of those kinds of examples for us just made us more power in wanting to find a way so we have an online course that we offer. We're doing some really a good things and we're helping people find. Their best is really what we're trying to do and there's so many more ways for us to continue to endeavour figure this out. That's why i i love that. Were formed science instituted s._c. As part of us you know we're we're having a chance to work through education to and to share ideas with people so that they can help themselves out you know and so that's what we're doing. We're doing a lot of work with microsoft microsoft. You know we got some nice companies. We've had a number of big groups that work with us and so hopefully it's a it's a good thing yeah one of the things i found fascinating about it is him saying saying that you know i you have to isolate what you think is possible and i find that to be daunting in its broaden his yes and also liberating. It's not going to be a standard someone else necessarily set it's not going to be against another person's cannot be what do you think your potential is. Let's plan a flag aggie matt and let's aim towards that why we begin with self discovery really self discoveries where you start you gotta find it figured out. It was at the essence of what happened to me in my coaching watching that i've got beat down enough times where i just went back inside and locked myself in the room and just like we're sitting in right here and just had to figure it out. You know where i'm coming from one of my all about about i'm gonna get my ass kicked again. You know if i don't get my act together. I'm gonna get kicked anyway. Let's go out and fighting and clinton era best and so we start with self-discovery which is so valuable and.

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"p carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"p carroll" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"This is kind of intimidating here. Is it a couple of things right out of the gates. You're incredibly fit. Can i say that. Can we acknowledge that you say you want. Are you on a specific. You expect let me start by. I think the most important thing for me to say in admit i know so little about football. It's it's ridiculous. The reason i was attracted to having you on is simply because i think of your many philosophies that again i learned and mostly from michael my interest in you is more like an organizational psychologist than per se the game itself which is they don't like the game this okay yeah. I don't have a ton of knowledge the giants so what i watch is hard knocks on h._b._o. Last chance you on netflix in a lot of these coaches are past their prime. Let's just say that physically physically. There are a little heavier. They don't seem to be doing drills but you are in incredible shape. That's all. I wanted to do specific way mind boy yeah i do do. I'm wife and i were influenced to go plant based awhile back years ago. Oh no kidding yeah so. We've done that in really recognize. It's made a difference you know just in feeling well and getting rid where the <hes> aches and pains and the arthritis type of feelings that you have you know from information all that i don't have those anymore. I used to have a lot. I've got all kinds of stuff that i've done to my body. That warrant aren't that response but i don't feel that stuff anymore. So are you off animal protein entirely or sometimes you splurge or no. I figured out a pattern of it you know so. I still eat eggs and okay. I don't eat meat rarely really yeah so and then are you getting enough exercise just being out on that field walking back and forth all that stuff or do you have to actually really set aside now. I know i have a little routine that i do before i go out every day and go out on the field couple times. I've do something before that's enough to keep me going with the running around that i do. I make a point of trying had to run places and just keep moving and throw the ball at the time and so i'm active. I'm going to further embarrass you monica. Would you agree your skin looks so healthy. Does it looks like you're on a plant based. Diet looks radiant and healthy. Did you know there's mostly a cosmetic. Show so oh you just you look like you're really doing well you. You were born in nineteen fifty one in the same year. My mother was and so i'm just looking at how you guys have both run your thing and it looks great. Okay now you grew up in san francisco. I was born in san francisco marin mom and dad do my dad was in the wholesale liquor business for the forty years in san francisco and have really a great gig. That's a job that demands some charisma yeah. He was a sales manager for the most part and became a v._p. Later on we had a really interesting setup they had to serve all of san francisco and in that he had sales people that had to call on all the different accounts so he had every background background you could ever imagine represented throughout the whole culture of san francisco and in christmas time. He used to take me in the office one day. You know i was just such a mixed bag. Hey good people you know. Eppie epstein people ride. It was amazing crowd that we messed with. It was a good upbringing unified only in a huge appetite for liquor exactly in such a supporter. She supports that so oh that's great as i was reading about you. There's so many themes teams that are interesting about you that interest me in particular. I mean one of them just to announce my thesis statement on you is what find example of failure.

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"p carroll" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"p carroll" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"You like your mom does when you're sick. When you're ten years old. That's they're not warm and cuddly p Carroll is probably a rare guy even Andy Reid. I've been around him, you know, a lot. And you know, it's. He's a phenomenal human get mad. You know? I mean, it's just it's a high pressure job so coaches can just just on edge. I just really think it's that simple. So I think hopefully, they've learned from that. And. It was just a crazy situation. You usually just I don't know if we'll ever quite we really hadn't seen one probably since Marty Schottenheimer and AJ Smith and then probably going back to Jimmy Johnson. Now Jimmy Johnson was differ because he was when Super Bowls, but it's not the first time in shirt, certainly won't be the last time. I remember reading articles and hearing Colin discuss a few years back the veteran NFO coaches hated seeing Pete Carroll succeed in Seattle coming out of college and winning a Super Bowl in a relatively quick turnaround. Obviously Russell Wilson played a big part. It got me wondering, do you think veteran, NFL coaches and personnel scoffed at seeing cliff Kingsbury get the head coaching job in Arizona. Is it something they discuss amongst each other? Does it put any kind of target on Kingsbury is back who could question? Just wondering if it bothers guys in the league, I think one hundred percent anytime guys in any business, right? Get passed up for people that they think didn't put in the time or didn't take the proper route. There's Joe I think it's jealousy. Now, I think a lot of people are going to be jealous as they were peak Carol as they were Sean McVeigh as they were Kyle Shanahan as they will with cliff Kingsbury as they will with Matt leflore and all these hires are not going to work, but just because you have a job, and your assistant coach that does not mean that you ever deserve the opportunity to become a head coach. You don't deserve anything in life and in a job like the NFL. Do you know what what matters like you do have to sell yourself a little bit like dealing with the media has never been more important, obviously winning matters the most. But you gotta be able to deal with the media. So you better have an agent that kind of property up and then. You better produce, you know, people better respecting in the league. But you can't go to an interview and kind of bumble your way around and expect to get hired in the in this kind of landscape of the league. And I think that's what how held Vic Fangio back. Now. The difference is Vicks work was so good for so long. He was bound to get an opportunity sooner than later. But I think he's a good example that kind of looks down. I don't wanna use Vic personally because I'm not I don't know him. But I'm just saying that type guy that gets in their sixties never gets a chance like usually like anything in life. It falls on the person. Now, there are probably things going against you. You know, maybe your personality there's somewhat of a perception that can just be wrong on guys. But for the most part think about this in life. Perception of someone the you've heard about in a potential business deal. You know, your wife's friend, whatever just anyone that. You've ever heard information about let's say, it's negative. How often is that perception wrong? I'd say a smaller percentage is this eight hundred twenty percent.

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