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"paul scholes" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Here's where it gets crazy. It's called this part of the episode. Don't call it a comeback, just because that's a cool phrase in November of twenty fifteen in strana Mer named Paul Scholes at McGill University in Canada found ten as a quote here. Non periodically repeated fast radio pulses in archival. Data gathered in May June twenty fifteen by their CBO radio telescope. So these ten bursts, that he discovered have dispersion measures and sky positions, consistent with the original burst, which was called f Rb one, two one one two. That was detected back in two thousand twelve this means that this series of bursts, unlike any other radio bursts discovered before head, it's repeating from the same place. The same massive discharge of energy is happening. Over and over again. And what they also figured out was that, like the burst the original Burston twenty twelve each of these emissions has a plasma dispersion measure, that is a full three times larger than anything possible for any source within the Milky Way, galaxy that means that whatever this is so far away. It's not even in our galaxy, and it's happening, at least, you know, ten or eleven times, probably more that we haven't caught this, this team Schultz's team thinks that finding this rules out a self destructive cataclysmic event the, you know, like the kinda trick that can only happen once like a magician actually saw someone in half. It's like it reminds me of just an explosion, right? When you're when you're thinking about that amount of energy that gets release. Least if you think about the, the impact wave of the wave that gets sent out whenever there's a massive explosion here on earth link that wave is essentially, what that radio burst would be once it reaches earth. That's what you're thinking. So you can only have that one time with the initial explosion, or when, when a star collapses into a black hole you get that initial burst of energy, that would be sent out. But like you said it doesn't happen over and over and over and over again, at least not with those kinds of explosions that, that happen out in the cosmos, right? You explode a star. It's gone. And the thing is to other folks, this meant there might just be some intelligence manipulating directing actively causing these fast radio. Bursts. Yeah. Which is. Mind boggling, and the implications. But this one burst is or this one location. Burst is not the only sample quite recently this year, January twenty nineteen is we call it on this planet. Astronomers discovered a second source of repeating fast radio. Bursts, they named this one fast radio bursts,.
"paul scholes" Discussed on talkRADIO
"British prime minister several always kowtow to the chinese to the saudi arabians until we have any a another nasty regime tony blair long before brexit was a twinkle in david cameron's high growth it didn't what did himself tony blair was happy to do the rounds of all the middle east potentates with horrific human rights regimes is it not the case look we don't get to choose who who runs other nasty rage james we didn't get to pick who are who are international trading partners i'll and british governments have always put the needs of trade and british economy over the human rights of those living in countries like saudi arabia china i mean it whether right or wrong nothing will change on that front what i it's it's it it it hasn't been such stock issue we have seen uk use its influence in and sent past boise we sell we sell billions and arms to saudi arabia a country which has limited ridic human rights ray record in the world and doesn't allow women equal rights of nothing's going to change their it and that's the worry that things are actually going to get worse to let let me extend my suit at the moment as paul scholes in many countries in the eu that take action in a you couldn't you can take that action is one of many other countries in your negotiations with a with a third country around trade out of the eu it's going to be uk government negotiating a series of trade deals one on one with other countries and that's where our concern is that you know what you've described and i agree with will get worse the there's no collective action anymore it will be the uk and this this absolute overriding desire for trade and you'll completely right on saudi arabia this always been a and a pooling doublestandard in it's something that we as amnesty of campaigned on for many years but but but why do you think it'd be any was off we leave.
"paul scholes" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Of of engagement in the health summit a completely different of mitch mcconnell has promised to do think to work to argue schumer was too if they if if they did not have adult or more points wish lung slorc by of this week that they would ever do to bring idowu daca cults with floor with the legal due to amend it on the floor as well and you know about the the best will pass the house has never taken up any legislation dealing with immigration sarker the senate passed the cop it's an immigration bill of several years ago now of the house never addressed it may have never take another pill so one hundred years and what do you say to your base voters congressman if you come away from this debate with nothing on daca well i i do think that we have to trust because she could no doubt be us almost units thousands of patrice were limbo of the president in experts would have happened if we actually extended for eight year will to speed in your friend of your limbo for these folks are sorting through illegal moral oral question i think for us the american people although will only support a sixfoot for the dreamers deliver even uh you know these paul of the paul scholes are over eighty cassette what a students addressed in so it will be done i what i see happy suppressed klickovic the hostages he's now he take these almost filaments sixty thousand individuals souls and adds another of millions of so to that okay folks who maybe the darker let me just in if i understand what you're saying there we've got limited time i do when a heck of a one of the thing and that's the memo as you know of has everybody knows really uh congressman devin nunes oversaw the creation of republican led memo that was criticised in the performance of.
"paul scholes" Discussed on KKAT
"Paul scholes harm's way auto ceo echoed gobbling horse soldiers and horse soldiers style from republished the title twelve strong because have done a movie of that title also wants gigamon restano you good good morning i'm great thanks for coming to andrew hall of prussia nia it's great paul flower you're told me about four pride couple of armed by you've got started doing us it tiger i used to work at a esquire magazine and um i came upon this story of uss indianapolis uh you you are nice enough to have me in the studio with that she one of the survivors those the guys who got sunken will work to deliver the atomic bomb eaten by sharks and then miracuously rescued um great story fascinating uh and then that came out in two thousand one and then nine eleven happened and i i thought what can i do with the modern soldiers so i started this fiveyear journey riding a horse soldiers which is about the first twelve guys like i said earlier went into afghanistan there there were plan b but they became plan a and they accomplish this amazing mission which was to capture a parts of afghanistan and make it unsafe for the taliban and they did it and now jay brooke hammering chris hemsworth admitted and do movie plaza movie resent i've saw i shout out at jerry's office a cup weeks ago not with an audience who went to see that tonight at the premier uh in new york i loved it it's not an easy movie to make because these are diplomats and warriors so it's not a navy seal movie totally different uh they go in and they know how to speak the language uh if a woman were to walk in the room and say their meeting with village elders they'd look away they observe their religious preferences they're really there like world war two like guys dropped behind enemy lines no assessed to link up with locals to try to overthrow a you know the the the ruling class and then the taliban so completely different approach uh about seventy million dollars to do.
"paul scholes" Discussed on WJR 760
"You're hearing the frank beckmann show news talk seven sixty wjr hey welcome in north thursday addition gets so it's like a friday it's my last day of the year on the air and then uh we got a break all next week for best dubbed shows tomorrow ml oryx going to be here uh i'll be on the quick lane bowl broadcaster course on tuesday on wjr 515 kickoff of lomas brown and can brown and hope you'll ah tune in for that we would love to that and we did it last year had a bald will do the same this year and i hope you'll tune in how hurt left uh of promotion of the game but uh eat obiang wjr you know that hey richard um so i i heard the the clip you displayed uh of the governor from paul scholes seeing some michigan residents going to pay more in taxes as a result as we said new tax bill did he explain why exactly i don't know yeah i d i didn't hear him explain why which is that uh you know the the only way that could possibly happen that you're going to pay some additional taxes and this is not to say that and i i'd love to get some it from treasury under explain this to me if if you cannot did ducked as much in state income tax as you did before like in new york and california very high state income tax state and local in context it uh if you can't deduct that the.
"paul scholes" Discussed on KOMO
"This is what uh what came back okay so depending on who you're listening to hear of repeal and sometimes presented as being favored by republicans as paul scholes that's not the case at all that's correct to suggests that others bipartisan consensus of for keeping the rules um which seek to prevent internet providers from speeding up certain websites at the expense of others uh in a tactic that some say could result in uneven playing field for websites on line which leads to the question it so much of the public is against the repeal and what about the argument for telecom companies is convincing enough for the fcc to still go through with us we'll internet providers have argued that the rules prevent them from investing at their networks and uh you know if the rules where they go away they say they would be more incentivized to spend money on making their networks better and faster they also argued that other rules prevent them from finding new business models uh new ways of making money at a time when now the mystery is changing very very rapidly as you're seeing uh you know with mergers involving at t and time warner for example and uh you know efforts by companies like for rising to get him to digital advertising and uh uh industries like that so these fcc communication commission whose chairman is a g pie they plan to vote to let these key roles tomorrow is there any chance that this fc that this poll would sway them to change their vote he was pretty unlikely given that uh the republicans have been pretty vocal about what they intend to do uh republicans also control three out of the five seats on the fcc meaning that they can pass pretty much any proposal that uh the three republicans agree on so uh it appears as though this is going to be passing tomorrow uh and uh we can expect almost certainly somewhat gatien coming from opponents of this and what do you anticipate happening brian with regard to the way this is covered of they're going to be tv cameras in the room we're gonna have to wait for the minutes of the meeting to be publisher when we know pretty much quickly how this goes down well the sec uh broadcasts all.
"paul scholes" Discussed on Super Station 101
"The down but i wanna finish up this debate about what we're talking about bout president donald trump going mississippi today um and animal let you guys chime in here and then brown we going to get back into we gonna set the framework for raw more doug jones because you are an expert in this situation i was gonna that allows you guys want to fall glad that social media at facebook twitter instagram joe lucky show hashtag who your bone four as what i wanna know you've over war more you voted for doug jones and if you got ta let me know why you vote for my let's get out to the phone lines who's been waiting along its let's get out to ratner eulac dance of july can show i got your door the right how you and your anger gifts i not doing a copy quit color got a lot one uh i i disagree with the notion that the black community was not together i think they've they did show yoshitake us up there you have some say to weigh the black male to just like in other community they are complex ornate is millions of people in two cannot imf and it is unconceivable to hail the notion of an idea that you could have them millions of people uh pulling in the same direction at saint it can't happen they want app so uh i think they get a uh because he did a great job those who attended those who chose not to to uh as far as what uh what more uh at the fly with doug joe uh i think the fly put into a future well we'll see it men in the times on silver paul scholes during the time in which uh donald trump was on run for president the notion of up and simoes saying uh do you think walko bommel could ever wet for president if he had as minute beta mumbles as trough had or if he had as nearly six scandal in late allegations as trump and and so i don't take so so much offensively they're flyer well do something that myth p semicircle we have set limits lynn that you think we could have done it i i know my door the nine joe you you know you can talk all you know how little dog and now i'm them some once asked u b softish gun control their school.
"paul scholes" Discussed on Super Station 101
"I could show hey i do joan doniger run how you doing our and your ask your gifts i do not doing a quick call it got a lot one uh i just squeezed with the notion that the black real too well it's not together i think they've they did show yoju us up there at some say to weigh the black community is just like in other community they are complex ornate is millions of people and cannot and and it is unconceivable to hail the notion all the idea that you could have them millions of people uh pulling in the same direction that same try it can't apple app so uh i think they get a uh bequeath did a great job bolts who attended those who chose not to to uh as far as what uh what more on the fly with doug joe uh i think the fly put into a picture well we'll see it men in the in the times on all silver paul scholes during the time in which uh donald trump was on run for president the notion of uh of at simoes saying on these things block will bomo could ever wet for president if he had as minute beta mumbles as trump had or if he had as nearly six scandal and late allegations as trump and and so i don't say so so much offensively they're flyer well this often that myth p semicircle we have said lin it said that you think we could have done it i i know my door the nine joe you you know you.
"paul scholes" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"We are searching for greener grass just got easier nadezhda gene joe donnelly nick viall baghdad some bribes you're just nick red read paul scholes his aides unique six ninety red eye he's eric harley and i'm gary mcnamara line her this morning uh uh over the weekend no it was a unique independent bob okay independence beefs and if and if you wondered he is speak of golf and with them uh for wb for weeks in my ear about eight he has for years about you know he was one time but he singled out a he's just he's livid at the tax system that says okay we're gonna give families tax breaks and children's tax breaks and he that simply means as i the single person has paved you know for it for him he's always gone crazy for example about education means your school taxes i've got to pay a ton of my money to educate you school kids and i shall he's always that's always been in the back of my my because he's been harping on me signal for years which has mmhmm because all you're doing uh uh sitting when you give me some uh you're number one judgment of this is why we you know we towel four and and um uh when we when uh uh and they they we started talking about um uh nicole protection under the law and then it became wasn't about equal protection under the law law enforcement came about in game marriage help change this because they johnston under the law i'll let in i always need bob you never know is going to come someday and said look if we all jeff we all have to be treated the same and get the same benefits then showed the same for everybody if you're going to change the fourteenth amendment going to change now as a gay marriage and we brought the subway bagged we said by uh tax policies eventually going to have to be the same kgb hoggard and.
"paul scholes" Discussed on WGTK
"Of the tax bill well at the moment uh college carlos saying she doesn't like it cheetah i don't know what she doesn't like it have come out yet uh you you just sat e m we are worried about macur ski i mean i'm worried about i'm worried about the mccain a whether or not good personal feud he has with the president uh and believe me w it's personal of what happened it would be of i could i couldn't agree with you more apps nearly and whether or not that's gonna cost him get that he represents the people of state rep result john mccain icao yeah it represents john mccain it is i it sorry to shake because he was a bona fide hero but right now he is doing damage to the united states of america for personal reasons elliot so if you're if it's really it's really painful to me so i as we speak at they're trying to pass the budget bill that will lead in two whether or not he'll be tax spell beckoned passed by devotes votes and i i i think i don't know who's going to stand in a way of it but you have to decide these ideologues that are not willing to compromise who actually in my opinion are going to do damage to the american people and i think uh that leadership uh if they can't get this done uh is incapable of doing it should be replaced and affects desperate carlo ryan i think ryan has done a better job at mcconnell but if he can't get it done i and i think that he has enough experience and he's a good enough statesman that he should be emily get this done but if he can't there we need new leadership in the congress i don't look uh it's i don't know the answer on that because i don't know what mcconnell could have done visavis mccain's ego and rand paul scholes being the son of ron paul it's it's it's he is inherited some.
"paul scholes" Discussed on The HoopsHype Podcast With Alex Kennedy
"Absolutely and that's what we've seen uh from you know from interviews from from a training camp we've just seen chris paul and james harden they want to get their guys involved i don't think that there's an issue here because first and foremost we have to consider the fact that pay these guys wanted to play together chris paul scholes houston it's not a trade where paul george's shipped off to two team or you know carmelo opens up his list it's not any of that chris paul wanted to be a houston rocket he wandered to go and play with james harden so that's the first thing i think of that think a lot of people overlook is that they wanted to be together the second thing is that these two guys are outstanding at just about everything that you have to do in and mike d'antoni system there grow their great playing at his temple they're great at shooting from anywhere and scoring from any word they are obviously exceptional passers i mean james harden was why would dini lead the league in office you know and and obviously we know chris paul's you know playmaking ability as soda have those two guys uh able to set up the offense in and i believe that actually chris paul from my understanding is going to be doing a little more offball work uh and so that james harden and so and that's actually very exciting because of things that the way that you'd have to guard chris paul off the ball is almost as confusing as trying to guard him on ball.
"paul scholes" Discussed on The Tom Leykis Show
"Dad the backyard you play the sport and since that's gone for millennials are shocked are fucked you know feel the dreams will see ultimate movie were guys some fathers where they will busting up in the theater i remember i took my dad do and what the end when when kevin katcher says hey dad you want have a catch we cried and we went out we went home we played catch because it's about malebonding and that's what sport is between father and son that's why you go that's why you joy because you're bonding with your dad and single white single mothers have ruined absolutely tom to are you there yeah no i i am right here i was just looking at a study speaking of single mothers and you brought that up at so i did a little research right here i was sitting here uh love the single mothers want their kids playing soccer new zealand's it's more global it's more politically correct by what a lot of those moms don't know maybe they should of boyfriends her husband's read the paper is that now if you've seen this six former soccer players been found to have ct yeah hitting the ball heading the ball is not as safe as people think it oh absolutely and look at this tom the other thing that people will realize soccer fields are dangerous will tell you why and if so full paul scholes because you would ever see a football player get hit you ever know she see the dust come up that black dust are recycled tires and look up on your research right now soccer goal is getting cancer because they're always landing on the ground and breathing that stuff in it's all toxic it's it's it's all it's all dangerous so you got the tte then you've got to environmental problems you know i i'm back to you know what hate to say this way of fight if my kid came to me today and said i want to play football i'd say son here's the tennis racket or sort of golf clubs take one of these two or maybe swimming or something because uh you know the.
"paul scholes" Discussed on Here & Now
"Well what am i going to cook would not of the first run because again fishing is not necessarily about catching of fish recovery derek irregular found of it is it is it is a uh on successor a right there on was my phone wasn't dead tool yep orange bills long orange bills black backs white bellies not one fish but lots of memories are served casting trip with paul scholes on the beaches of martha's vineyard from last year for pictures go to hear now dot org about one in ten adults are at risk of developing alzheimer's page sixty five and if you carry a specific version of a gene in a leo called apple we four that risk increases dramatically a group of people who have had genetic testing and have learned that they carry a copy or two of this gene are trying to prevent or at least delay the disease which has no cure mayhana keisha uncovers biotech for our partners at statin she joins us now and first of all tell us for these people who have this aleo that increases the risk of developing alzheimer's what are they doing with that information there is not a whole lot you can do at that information tests like 23 in mere they cannot open up this pandora's box of of genetic data that you can get an once you have it it's it's a question mark what do you do so some people just sorta live with that information and other people are trying to be proactive and find ways to stave off their alzheimer's disease with diet and exercise mostly yes i was gonna ask you how because there's no you know there's no cure for a variety of medicines to deal with the symptoms of alzheimer's but we can't stop it though now that some people are trying there is evidence you know the mediterranean diet works people get recommended that also die alzheimer's has been linked to diabetes and high cholesterol so you know managing those things are really important but some people have kinda gone beyond at lake one thing people are doing is a to genetic diet which is kinda similar to atkins the atkins diet in that people don't consume winnie carbohydrates and mostly fats so that read trains the body to burn fat instead of glucose to create energy and that.
"paul scholes" Discussed on The Jump
"All right i'll go with the wind up in the glucose calls talent the biggest question is how these two are gonna work out right now you love addition chris paul another superstar talent but you know these guys both meet the ball in your hands they have high uses rate in the great with the ball in your hands so not so sure but i love the mood at chris paul scholes durham maury and the houston rockets their you're trying to catch up to the warriors you're trying to make some moves and then you at pj tucker imad luke embarked mobutu very good cells my team i always say someone just spent a year what is your assignment than for houston because i assume as antoni based assignment of getting everyone to work together oh man this is a tough assignment put look we're going to focus on sharing guys saw jerry sharing his harry both these guys need the ball but we're going to focus on sherry kindergarten teacher proc i agree that like in practice get a rebound and look up for somebody else because the everyone can say the right things you noticed but what things get tight end like the game is is closely chris paul's going to default elect pounded up call plays in you keep you got gotta get that out of your system and try this new stuff and that's that's not going to be easy steady hoffa real clash getting into the timberwolves because they had a blockbuster trade for jimmy butler which they're stuck up higher butler is going to try to gel minnesota's young core together poorest carly towns andrew wiggins our take a closer look at their offseason because they also signed jeff gibson the gang is back together again in the adage of all crawford this is tim central here that guy what grade you give them for him getting his own his all group here.
"paul scholes" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Are now getting nervous because the most recent paul scholes that handle is up by two so the narrative that started out asphalt is gonna wiped the floor with trump has now become it's too close to call in it doesn't mean that much it doesn't mean we really can't say that blood so everybody on the left now will not mobile most people are hedging their bets they are losing their confidence here they don't trust their own polls they don't trust the amount of money so we'll just half to see if ossoff does win the narrative will once again be trump got beat this is the equivalent of the american people rising up and taking the first opportunity they've head to show their disgust with trump that's how did you be she prepared folks because that's what's going to be reported it won't be accurate it won't be true but that's what it's going to be if ossoff loses the narrative is going to immediately at magically be we overhyped we just they started saying that yesterday were really were i think this election being overhyped a lotta commentators on the left us tv we've overripe this so i think they are beginning to have their doubts about this but we won't know until the votes are counted walker back rush limbaugh here in eight hundred two eight two two eight eight to bag of the audio sound bites a couple more here with frank wanted his focused group so this is actually the the the interview for the team the host jeff glory he's the filling hostile cbs this morning this happened yesterday in after all these responses jeff.
"paul scholes" Discussed on WCHS
"And the week prior to that the media narrative was that i saw was going to beat trump you wouldn't know that there is a woman named carol handle karen handel on the ballot the republican not the election has been portrayed as the pajama boy jon ossoff versus who's trump and ossoff was gonna wiped the floor with trump ossoff was going to just beat the chart out of trump in them the dynamic began to change and you could see it slowly evolve or should we say devolve and it became narrower and narrower the ossoff poll lead over trump and that it narrowed to the point of being a tie was in the margin of error the media was beginning to panic and changed the narrative the narrative in certain sectors of the drive by media was this election doesn't mean anything two weeks ago it meant everything to weeks ago pyjama boy when is today that means trump losers in two thousand eighteen and twenty that's what they want you to believe donald trump's on the ballot the trump presidency is on the battle device off wins right away record amount of money has been spent on this campaign by the democrats something to the tune of twenty three or twenty five million dollars ninety nine percent of it from outside the district eighty percent probably from hollywood has been spent on this election and the democrats are now getting nervous because the most recent paul scholes that handle.
"paul scholes" Discussed on WRVA
"And the week prior to that the media narrative was that i saw was going to beat trump you wouldn't know that there's a woman in carol handle karen handel on the ballot the republican not the election has been portrayed as the pajama boy jon ossoff versus who's trump and ossoff was going to wiped the floor with trump ossoff was going to just beat the chart out a trump in them the dynamic began to change in and you could see its slowly evolve or should we say devolve and it became narrower and narrower the ossoff poll lead over trump and that it narrowed to the point of being a tie was in the margin of error the media was beginning to panic and change the narrative the narrative in certain sectors of the drive by media was this election doesn't mean anything two weeks ago it meant everything to weeks ago pajama boy when is today that means trump losers in two thousand eighteen and twenty that's what they want you to believe donald trump's on the ballot the trump presidency is on about a device off wins and by the way a record amount of money has been spent on this campaign by the democrats something to the tune of twenty three or twenty five million dollars ninety nine percent of it from outside the district eighty percent probably from hollywood has been spent on this election and the democrats are now getting nervous because the most recent paul scholes that handle is up by two so the narrative.