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"pennsylvania state university" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"And so we're always looking for higher throughput in higher resolving power in the in the last part. I haven't talked about much but that's really. How small can you get a spectral line in the small. You can get it the more information you can get out of a spectrum and so he's for us we we strive to really beat down. Those Those performance metrics so that we can get increased performance and because of that there are missions that are on the horizon I'd like to mention the links mission which is a large flagship nasa mission. That's currently being considered under the on decatur survey the national cami sciences does a every ten years as a survey of strong national is ecstasy. What are the key projects. We want to move forward with a science. We're trying to find and links is one of these missions. That's one of these billion dollar class missions. That's trying to be a large flagship mission in the future and You know what we do is trying to work towards enabling the goals of that And in the neighbouring To be able to do the science it wants to do and so creating not just these gradings but the detectors in the optics and just knocking down the challenges that are presented in front of us so that we can actually make large steps towards these large goals to make this fantastic new observatory. So that's really what it's all about. Yeah and it is excellent wide so these are idiots the spectrum that we don't really have at least comparable information convict visible light right. Oh yeah indeed for sure. I'm the for visible. You can do a lot of work from the ground and build large telescopes on the ground which is kind of happening now in in the next decade In so for the uv. Extra to keep up. We need a you know additional throughput base right excellent. Yeah this has been great landy. Thanks so much spending time with me. Of course thank you. So much for having me has been fun. Absolutely thank you. This is a scientific sense. Podcast providing unscripted conversations bit leading academics and researchers on a variety of topics. If you'd like to sponsor this podcast please reach out to in full. At scientific sense dot com..
"pennsylvania state university" Discussed on Scientific Sense
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Pigs Can Play Video Games Using Their Snouts, Scientists Discover
"Pigs can play video games. Everyone you heard that right. Scientists at pennsylvania state university said they trained to ponder pinto micro pigs and yorkshire pigs to use an arcade style joystick to steer onscreen cursor into a target that was displayed on a wall in front of the pigs. Now when the pigs were successful they learned over time. They'd get a food reward so they were like okay. We want that. However the scientists say during testing the food dispenser broke and the pigs kept plane apparently because they enjoyed the encouragement they were getting from the scientists. Did keep getting things right now. You might say this is amazing. Wow east sports really is going to change the game of the yorkshire pigs. Hamlet was better at the game than omelette both struggled at harder. Levels of the pinto micro pigs ebony hit the target thirty more percent of the time ivory was a better shot at seventy six
Edmond Pope Released from Russian Prison
"Eleven days. Before christmas edmond pope received an unexpected gift. Russian authorities announced that president vladimir putin had pardoned him and cleared him of all charges. Popat arrived in russia. Nine months earlier on business he'd been contacted by pennsylvania. State universities applied research laboratory to learn more about a new technology being developed in russia rocket propelled torpedoes given pope's background as an ex. Us naval intelligence officer. He knew russian officials would likely keep tabs on him. He expected as much so naturally when he purchased five technical reports from a russian professor at bowman state university in moscow named anatoly bobken. He took proper precautions. Both pope and babkin signed contracts acknowledging. The reports did not contain any classified information yet. On april third two thousand members of the russian federal security service arrested him and brought him to lefortovo prison for questioning. He stood accused of espionage. At first pope felt the arrest was a joke but his tune changed when authorities locked him in an eight by fifteen foot prison cell for days. Pope was interrogated around the clock. The russians believed he was a high level spy working for the cia to make him miserable. They kept his cell at a chilling forty five degrees fahrenheit. He experienced no physical abuse. But witness the corporeal torture of at least two fellow inmates and he was subjected to sleep deprivation and other forms of psychological warfare. Days turned two weeks which turned two months eventually. Pope was moved to a communal six bunks cell in the prison there. His cellmates chain smoked cigarettes eight. His limited provisions and on one occasion stole his medicine when it came time for a trial in december the proceedings were held behind closed doors pokes lawyer demanded an acquittal outlining to a judge. The reasons why pope had done nothing wrong and how the prosecution had failed to provide proper evidence but ultimately on december seventh the court convicted pope and sentenced him to twenty years in prison the maximum he could receive that time would be spent performing hard labor. Which is why. Pope was shocked to learn that the russian president had pardoned him almost immediately after the ruling he may have spent two hundred fifty three days in custody but he never served a day of his official sentence. Within hours of the announcement pope appeared before the press responding to a reporter's question about how it felt to be a free man again. He said i have mixed feelings. I'm glad but at the same time. I'm sad that i may have caused harm to the relations between our countries. Of course this diplomatic response was made before he and his wife sherry boarded a plane headed to an american hospital in germany. The media would have to get the full story later once. He confirmed that he wasn't about to die.
"pennsylvania state university" Discussed on This Week in Science
"Really need the A._I.. To get the stuff done yeah I guess as my question no and what I was trying I mean that's the kind of fun futuristic Sifi yeah spin on it but like the real news of what they've done is they have <hes> created this new electrode array that is flexible and <hes> has more wires which means connection with more neurons which means that better resolution betters higher resolution signal. They've also created a new <hes> ship ship for interfacing between those electrodes and computers that apparently will connect via U._S._B.. See to survive the idea would be the ideal would be the rope and and a surgical robot as well so great guy together but it sounds like it sounds like the premise though where would be that you don't have to remove the hat at session like the idea is to create a semi permanent permanent interface that would be wearable for days in weeks and months and maybe years as opposed to getting hooked up for a session and then taking off the skullcap we feel and with <hes> with this I mean as I mentioned the immune response and the brain we still don't know how long these electrodes will last and so. I think that's going to be another big. Step is if these electrodes last longer in the brain than current electrodes. That'll it'll it'll be a it'll be a huge boon to this brain computer interface research in general. It's it will it. It will make things step forward more attractive to women in that in that men are going to freak out a little bit more about a device. That's in your body then has to be removed and replaced every once in a while and women will be like us. It's like an I._U._D.. Done the yeah go anyway. <hes> Elon Musk and neuro links white paper is on the Bio archive and available for anyone to read so if you're interested you can give it a look and give it a read and that's it for me to start the show. Oh Justin I mean not start the show. We're in the middle of the show after the show. That's visit this week in science. What do you have Justin drives? Zombie Aunts yes attitude through falls of their own become host I too invasive fun guy bed seem to take over and control their minds and bodies forcing them to biting cling from high foliage the reward they get though at the end of that is the fungus pops out the back of their skull and rains down spores on lower dwelling aunts this infecting them as well so when element of these defying fungus mind controlling bag of tricks is being revealed. Thanks to Colleen Mangold from Pennsylvania State University who says the mandibular muscles of infected ants are extensively colonized by the fungus. It's pretty exciting because it's the muscles missiles of manuals that are affected by this infection not the nerves they seem to be rather UN affected or infiltrated by the fungus so this isn't so much mind control as is apparently according to this research directly specifically targeting muscle tissue in the Manda will that causes the binding to take place now worse. You're you're you're aware of what's going on. You have to bite down on this thing and you're like I can't stay so there's something that seems to be missing from this okay so the it's not the nervous system that's that's that's driving the the lockjaw doc Aja but there is still the behavior where the ants go to a high structure before biting on that's it gives an advantage because if it goes up high in the sports back the skull call they go down and can can infect more than if they were underground in the sports just went to the dirt so it doesn't.
"pennsylvania state university" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Your most precious possession your health and become your own best, Dr most of the time including this last week. And there's still time to take a look at it by going over to the site, Dr Bob dot com and clicking on the Facebook page and becoming a friend of the benefits that you can derive from eating certain foods will blow your mind. You know, for example, and you can look at it for yourself, and I'll just give you some of it, it's all there. If you're a person who's interested in controlling pain, you would simply eat more, pineapple. These are foods mind-blowing food facts that benefit your health, pineapple, according to a study at reading university. All you have to do is eat it. It's an extra painkiller because it has anti inflammatory inside Senate, Pennsylvania state university, mushrooms, help ward off the common cold Tufts University in Boston blueberries can boost your memory. If you eat cherries, you're not gonna get gout say goodbye to that, if you sniff on a lemon, it could beat asthma kiwifruit get improve your eyesight. And if you really want to look younger, I'd be throwing a pot of kidney beans, on the stove in challen down on them. These are all I could go on and on and on just some of the list of the foods that could be your medicine to the future health and knowing them and consuming them, and integrating them into your diet can not only lengthen your lifespan, but reduce your risk of disease and improve your quality of life. How hard is that to become a Facebook friend, even learn this stuff? It's all their Dr Bob dot com become a Facebook friend, get over it up, Instagram, you can also enjoy some stuff there. That's just one of the articles that I posted this.
NASA ScienceCast 297: Cementing Our Place in Space
"The main thing are placed in space presented by science at nasa as you're done drugs you around the block for his morning book you're probably not thinking about the wonders of the neighborhoods sidewalk but that concrete is pretty great next to water it's the most widely used material on earth in the future concrete may be equally useful off the planet when humans construct a permanent base on the moon they'll need sturdy stuff the weather bombardments from solar radiation and media right no one wants a crack in their moon days the key to making out of this world concrete maybe just study it out of this world to experiments have taken place aboard the international space station or i s s to do just that the microgravity investigation of cement slid vacation or mix and multi used variable jeep processing facility or mvp sell five researchers from pennsylvania state university end nassar's marshall space flight center are analyzing the study's results concrete is a mixture of sand gravel and rocks glued together by cement paved made of water in summit powder and it's not as mundane is it looks under the surface it's quite complex what goes on there is key to strengthen durability yet scientists still don't understand all the details of concrete's chemistry in microscopic structure processing methods aren't cast in stone there's plenty of room for improvement alexandro berlin scott principal investigator for both experiments says or experiments are focused on the pace that holds the concrete mixture together we want to know what grows inside summit based concrete when there is no gravity driven phenomenon such is sedimentation it all begins when water is added to the cement to put it very simply the cement molecular structure changes when the summit grains dissolve residents get explains as be old molecules dissolve calcium silicate hydrate end calcium hydroxide start to crystallize myriad of these tiny crystals for all through the mixture interlocking with one another and with each other concrete ingredients such as gravel iss experiments are researching how this all plays out in space ribbons says it could could change the distribution of the crystalline micro structure and ultimately the material properties the ratio of the water cement powder is critical to making the concrete components combined effectively in determining the strength and durability of the final concrete well this ratio need to be different on the moon where gravity is about one sixth of earth that's the kind of question you experiment will shed light on for the mix experiment astronauts added water to a series of package containing dry cement powder then added alcohol to some of the packets just stop the hydration process at specified times for mvp so five astronaut also hydrated dry cement but for this experiment they used a centrifuge on board the iss test to stimulate gravity at a number of strength including lunar gravity and martian gravity for both experiments the samples were returned to earth for analysis were already seeing an documenting unexpected results says marshall's richard google co principal investigator for mvp sell five ribbons get ads what we find could leave to improvements in concrete both in space end on earth since summit is used extensively around the world even a small improvement could have a tremendous impact we might even end up with better sidewalks for walking her dog for more from the international space station go to www dot nasa dot gov slash iss tash science for
"pennsylvania state university" Discussed on Amanpour
"And stamp your feet. How cold is it? Then now. Well, one of the reasons why we stood out on this bridge to give you an idea of just how windy is right now when you talk about that wind chill, it's really bone chilling cold. And when you add the wind if you like needles against your face you talking about the idea of fos bite. They're saying if you're outside for more than ten minutes at a time, you could be endanger facing that when you're talking about the homeless. They have twenty four warming centers throughout this city trying to make sure that people who especially those who have trouble getting warm place to go inside and on a day like this. This is important. The this is a magnificent mile. This is beautiful Chicago, you have the iconic river just over here to my side here as well. Look, it looks like a sheet of ice at this point. Normally this'll be a bustling area even on Christmas is packed. But right now, this is almost down to a standstill because of these temperatures schools are closed, there's no mail delivery. And I can honestly tell you. They're even telling people to not breathe into heavily because your lungs can freeze and. It is a Claro torturous process to be out here consistently as you know, we work with a great crew. So my photographer had his hand around the camera, and sometimes it freezes almost in the shape of his lens. So you can understand I can we're doing with in terms of the temperatures here at this point. I can't and I really thank you for braving. These temperatures I can see there's almost nobody on the street and very little traffic. We also have seen pictures of some people around the railways the operators burning and trying to set fire in order to keep the trains able to run around the railways. But but tell me about you know, again. Yeah, the homeless, and the others you said that they have some warning centers. But there is about this is about this more than five thousand in the Chicago area who need to be off the street. Do we think we're going to see deaths in the overnight? That is a great question. At the scary thing when you think about it on a day-to-day basis, and you know, just any city you live in you sort of know, the pockets of certain homeless people live in and we know a few as we drive into work on every few days that live just along this riverside. And in fact, we went down around there this morning to see some of the gentlemen that we know we're down there. They weren't there this morning, but she they are so wanting to keep their stuff, and they're spot that sometimes they don't wanna leave the bottoms of these buildings because some of the piping creates warmth down there. But you understand on a night like this. You don't wanna be outside. We haven't had any deaths in the street so far. So it seems like there's been success. But this is the first day of that two to three day colds that that'd be record. Breaking temperatures. We do know people have been trying to do small fires and use their stove this they warm, but what you're hoping is you don't have those tragic stories with the large homeless population and people living in tents of that hasn't happened yet. But of course. I said the first of the three as that could be record breaking for the city. Well, you're going to be reporting that a lot. So I hope you're gonna get in get a little warm before you come out and start all over again, Ryan young. And you crew thank you very much. Indeed. Thank you. So now, let's get to the science behind this freak weather. Richard alley is an award-winning climate scientists at Pennsylvania state university where he is joining us from right now, which Allie welcome back twelve program. You know, you've seen a lot. You've studied a lot tennis the science behind. What's happening is this just another typical Chicago cold, but just a little colder..
"pennsylvania state university" Discussed on This Week in Science
"I'm sure is going to be huge stem cells are gonna be huge again probably this year. We'll see paleontology human origins is really big eyed. We haven't put our list together. But I'm excited to see. How many of these things are still going to be huge on our list for two thousand eighteen. Make of all you want to the medieval days kids, you're still living in them. Fourteen years isn't really that long period of time when you start looking back. It's not a lot changed. But so much stayed the same. Oh, dear. Yeah. And yes, I'm not gonna even talk about everybody. We're on a real telephone line designer in the chat room wants to know, if you will be playing the recording of the delivery guy calling the show to be let it. I am not going to play that recording. But thank you for reminding me. Yes that was delivered. I probably pizza. Station pizza delivery. There's yes there. Many wonderful show record eleven AM now. Eight AM dating pizza like eight or nine AM college. Get into bed actually in there. What like there's so many things show that when we get there probably been on the air for a while. Yeah. That's fair. Dell's fair in college and pizza. And moving on up. Let's talk about some science that is going on right now here now, this is some really mind bending interesting theoretical physics related to black holes. So some researchers in the original physics have taken a look at the physics that occurs at the singularity, which is the point in the center, and the the deepest part of the black hole where all of the mass is being sm- smushed together. And where all of physics changes where we go passed the event horizon into a world where our normal physics does not explain what's going on. And there's a switch between the dominant. Macro physics the standard model holding sway versus quantum principles holding sway. And where it changes is a big question. And so one of the big questions here, Abby avatar and heavier Olmedo at Pennsylvania state university in university park and also some other researchers Param prints Param Preet sing Louisiana state university have trying they're trying to figure out what happens to matter after it falls into a black hole in reaches the center. If I d is about it. But we don't really know. And you know, we've got hawking ready radiation. Or we think some stuff comes back out again that dissipates the black hole dissipate slightly over time..
"pennsylvania state university" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
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"pennsylvania state university" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"That's happening We're here, to praise the Pugh And in yeah so anyway doctors are seeing it and vogue has, declared vogue has declared it a I yeah. Yeah it's interesting how men's facial hair has. Grown as well as women's down. Their, hair has disappeared right men don't. Have. Hair down there either I'm just saying no facial hair yeah there's there's, a lot of facial. Yes, on the. Men's. People seem, to like to have it on the face but not anywhere else yeah Okay so now here is just a little, something is something for. You I don't if you're going to like it or? Not. But what does your bedtime say about your sex life you ask People are either morning people or. Evening. People k. and sometimes people are, in people are in relationships with people who are the, opposite of what they are yes according to research from? Pennsylvania state University Basically night owls are more promiscuous than people who like morning, sex and they looked at young adults who didn't know what the study was. About they asked questions about. Sexuality they were asked about their attitudes of casual encounters what they've got about, sex love their interested in engaging in or fantasizing about no strings attached. Sex and they found in the study that both the men and the women the night, time people were more likely to be open towards casual sex compared to the. Morning. Sex people are more likely to fantasize about strangers strangers in the night Okay so that basically just, means that well it just it just means that people are either they just. Said. People either morning people or evening people they describe themselves that way That there are morning. Person or an evening I mean do. You describe yourself that. Way I both I am. I don't. Get. Up as early as my husband, I, don't want to have five ounce I would agree. With that too early that's his morning time he comes, around at night.
"pennsylvania state university" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Make those available is referring to President Trump's tweet, yesterday the president saying he spoke to the NRA about it and the president, says it doesn't make much sense congressional Democrats meanwhile urged the president to reverse the, decision to let defense distributed, publish those plans. An attorney for the family of a Pennsylvania state university student die during alcohol fueled hazing at, a frat is calling the first sentence handed out in the case, an important step toward Justice twenty year old. Ryan Burke was ordered Tuesday to serve three. Months of house arrest in connection with. The death Tim Piazza Burks among more than twenty members of the now closed beta Theta pi fraternity to face criminal. Charges he pleaded guilty to hazing and alcohol violations the. Other defendants still face hearings President Donald Trump says, there's never been a better time to develop new job skills or. Get hired for a new job the president, pointed to strong economic growth Tuesday at, a Tampa technical school he also held a signing ceremony there we're also here to discuss a issue. I feel very strongly about vocational education Whether you're a high school. Student or a late career worker there's never been a better time to learn a trade, Honus skill or pursue your, dreams never been a better. Time we've never had a better time for. Hiring in this country belongs to a new campaign our pledge to American workers and that's what we want it's our pledge in less than two weeks Ivanka has worked with CEO's leaders to. Get companies and associations across the United. States to pledge to train and retrain. Over four million American students or workers This bold initiative is all being done through the private. Sector and private sector investment. Earlier today forty nine Florida businesses have signed our pledge to create apprentice ships and on, the job training for more, than one hundred and fifty. Five thousand Floridians when we invest in our. Workers we are investing in our people we are investing in our communities and we are investing in the American dream make America great again the American dream Trump holding a ceremonial signing ceremony for technical education, law signed earlier in the day at the White House new this morning the State Department says, secretary, of state Mike Pompeo and President Donald Trump, are on the same page when it comes to possibly talking to Iran President Trump told reporters at the White House he'd be willing to do it without preconditions but. Pompeo then said Iranians. Would have to demonstrate a commitment to make fundamental changes in how they. Treat their own people, reduce their maligned behavior and agree that it's worthwhile to enter into? A nuclear agreement State, Department spokesperson Heather Nauert was pressed about it on Tuesday both the secretary and the president have. Addressed, this numerous times that we would be willing to sit down with Iran and have conversations about the future of that country this is nothing new. The State Department has said this, and the White House has said. This those Seib like conditions then we'd be prepared to sit down or is it no conditions. I, think the president And, the secretary of state both said that we, would be prepared to sit down would we like change her change in Iranian behavior absolutely and that's why you heard the secretary speak so forcefully about the types of. Changes in Iranian behavior. That the United States government and many other countries around the world would. Like to see without, preconditions on right I think I answered that question the secretary answer? That yesterday president Johnson Just say it. I. Don't know why secretary answer that. Yesterday I'm the president answered, that yesterday Yes in response to preconditions but then he went on to list what sounded. Like, all of the things that we are asking their rain regime to do around, the world now why is pump HALE also. Willing to sit down with Iran without preconditions Michelle I think I answered that. Question for you the secretary said, that yesterday the. President said that yesterday as well without preconditions then the secretary. Said that yesterday you say yes the secretary said. That yesterday and the president said that yesterday. I don't know how you're not Iran said the US would. Have to, rejoin that nuclear accord before any talks well it's a restaurant in Ohio was reopened as officials investigate reports of illnesses linked to the location the Delaware general health district says it. Cannot confirm anything until lab tests are back but a spokesperson for the health district says received, dozens of calls from. People reporting illnesses since Sunday many mentioning they ate at the polling in, Powell, in a statement to, police says it closed the store Monday out of an abundance of caution in that it's cooperating with local health authorities of course this just the. Latest, in a string of health issues for to pull a closure coming as? The, company works to recover from a series of. Food scares that sent sales plunging and when the fed reserve wraps up its. Latest meeting today will likely point, to strong growth. Low unemployment and rising inflation has reasons to stay on a. Path of gradually lifting interest rates Unlikely though to. Make any interest rate moves the fed statement may also, discuss potential risks from rising trade tensions but pretty certain the statement won't acknowledge the, recent criticism that was lobbed at at the, central Bank by President Donald Trump the fed has already. Raised rates two times this year in March and in June officials are expecting one to two more increases, before the end of the year and veteran actor Alan Alda's dealing with the health. Issue he, has Parkinson's he says he views having the disease as a challenge he made the revelation yesterday on CBS the former mash star says he was diagnosed three and a half years. Ago he's acted and given talks since then at the eighty two year old says he decided, to go public to. Beat a tabloid to the punch about telling the world about his condition Four.
"pennsylvania state university" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Maria sereno ending that report by howard johnson scientists in the united states have developed a way of making objects invisible underwater the researchers at pennsylvania state university say the device make sound waves scatter around an object making it undetectable the unveiled their findings at the american acoustical society meeting which has been taking place this week shivani deve told us more about what they found scientists have managed to make underwater objects appear invisible they've basically formulated a way to make objects pay as if they're not that using sonar detection so sinar as as a way to detect what's underwater ship caesar a lot of animals that and what happens is they send a sound wave as a pulse and they monitor to see when that post is reflected back and using that kind of information and math matic's they can map areas and they can work out where objects lie on c flaws and in this case in a research tank they've managed to build this object that was on detectable tool these receivers how does it work so well the team of done is they designed a ninety cents me to tool pyramid which is made of perforated steel and the way they've arranged these materials is in a unique construction so that it has special properties that you wouldn't normally find the nature and that's what makes this a meta material and that means that when the sound beams bouncing off of this material they are reflected in the same phase as other sound waves and if we think about waves being peaks and valleys if a wave is in phase that sink kanaya said the peak so at the same point and the valleys at the same point so when the research.
Vice Chairman, Korea and Michigan discussed on Daily Tech Headlines
"Researcher amanda d hanford at pennsylvania state university has created a device that can route sound waves around an object make it invisible to techniques like sonar and for dinner team created a meta material who's unit cell is smaller than the acoustic wave lengths used to try to detect it the meta material could deflect sound waves underwater which is more difficult the us fcc said it's repeal of the open internet guidelines of twenty fifteen will officially go into effect june eleventh order was published in the federal register on february twentysecond but did not go into effect until the office of management and budget completed its paperwork reduction act review the us senate is set to vote as early as next week on whether to reject the fcc repeal of the net neutrality rules ohio governor john case issued an executive order permitting self driving car tests on public roads in that state ohio jones arizona california and michigan in allowing the tests the test will require a human operator and registration with dr ohio finally korea fair trade commission chief kim song joe told reporters that samsung's current ownership structure is not sustainable samsung group uses circular shareholding to interlock samsung santee samsun the life insurance and samsung electronics kim urged vice chairman j y lee to make a decision concerning the ownership structure for more discussion of the news of the day subscribed to daily tech news show dot com and don't forget daily tech headlines is only supported by you if you can spare a dollar we'd love to have it the patriot dot com slash dt ns talk next time.
"pennsylvania state university" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Friday brought the donuts i brought the donuts stonehouse bakery they say hi they missed you last week i think rudy giuliani is probably like the donuts jealous probably would have been jealous better donuts well you know the urine between that whole bagel belt and the muffin zone is what i call it the seacoast of new hampshire is kind of in between those you have the bagel belt new york connecticut kind of creeps into boston and you have the muffin belt which is main and we're kind of nestled right in the middle speaking a muffin belt i thought of the pennsylvania state university after how one hundred years saying the outing club you know hiking canoeing kayaking can't go outside because the administrators on the risk of set segment committee thought it was too dangerous it's crazy world we live in jackie came out of me because another story came out this week just kind of plays into jeez it must be the end of the week of lunacy because we had an author yesterday right that you know as society saying breastfeeding is is shouldn't be allowed calling it breastfeeding shouldn't be allowed because it's jennifer katich gender gender identity and a confuses people and i'm like oh my god i said i can't anymore check you and i should sit down and write a handbook for modern living like be aware if you say this these are the several things are going to happen to you it's just a silly well but but what was that movie for way back when the guy went to the window just yells out i'm as mad as hell network which is a great movie boy is it so maybe today maybe all this stuff like the professor there or state penn state doping or the stuff about breastfeeding and so you know meet him a couple of times and he really for one thing i think people misunderstand he's just really a nice person he generally is a nice person good guy.
"pennsylvania state university" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"To jump in there and you can interact with us and of course you could talk about whatever happens to be on your mind as we go into whatever you wanna talk about but we also bring stuff to the table that we think your going to find interesting and i mentioned the other day we never got to this story penn state according to reason dot com actually according to lenore skin easy who is apparently writing for reason they're ninety eight year old outing club you know the club on the college campus where college students will go kayaking or something like that right they'll go oh on a melton climb they'll go out go out and do some sort of physical activity according to start with that mark yeah you get kids together they should go out and have physical activities and it increase increases bonds between people helps networking it's great apparently ninety eight years was enough of that here's the story what's more dangerous rugby or walk in the woods at pennsylvania state university the administrators apparently think it's the latter the student outing club which has gone backpacking kayaking and hiking and state parks over the course of its ninety eight year existence will no longer be allowed to host outdoor events after administrators conducted a risk assessment according to the pittsburgh post gazette now the pittsburgh post gazette as far as i know is a real newspaper this is not the onion this is not a a satirical magazine this is the actual report here quote the types of activities in which penn state outing club engages are above the university's threshold of acceptable risk for recognized student organizations unquote according to an official announcement the key issue for administrators was that the outing club frequently visits locations with poor cell phone coverage.
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"Need one a day so first and foremost the probiotics get your immune system and year so here's a couple of studies in fact this one is a review of twenty randomized controlled human clinical trials at sunni british journal of nutrition i wanna put together the twenty human clinical trials there was no doubt about giving a probe by up and these were researcher from england and california they work together giving a probiotic reduced the number of people who got sick with a cold or flew infection giving april by a so fewer people got shut and fewer people got repeat illness and if they did get sick it was a lot safer the infection it was a week a reflection of mild a reduction in other words the symptoms were not as bad the symptoms were much milder and he didn't stay a six forest lawn chunks nother having a full for a week the amount of had the floor for three days and it was a milder fluid fuck that's twenty human clinical trump joe his pennsylvania state university in university port pah and molecular nutrition and food shirt and they're looking at all one of the strange probiotics in our probiotic a judge it's by futile bacterium andy moller subspecies lactate which may be the strongest probiotic for making.
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"The centre county pennsylvania district attorney's office his out with a scathing grand jury report the details hazing practices at the beta theta pi fraternity at pennsylvania state university provides additional context about extreme drinking and dangerous behavior throughout the greek system at penn state the report detail systematic failures of the university to sufficiently supervise fraternities among recommendations for change the report calls for stronger state laws against hazing and supplying of alcohol to minors as well as of pledges bill of rights and australian commission is finally releasing its findings of a fiveyear long investigation into the sexual abuse of children as npr scott newman tells us the report includes sweeping recommendations for australia's clergy the royal commission on child sex abuse interviewed thousands of victims over the years and produced a seventeen volume report that includes hundreds of recommendations it examined abuse in schools and sports clubs as well as churches but it found the biggest problem in catholic institutions among the changes a calls for his lifting the requirement that priest remain celibate and that any evidence of sexual abuse revealed in the confessional be turned over to outside a '30s the president of the australian catholic bishops conference archbishop denis hart says he will pass along the recommendations to the holy see scott newman npr news the nasdaq is up one point two percent at sixty nine thirty nine smp is up nearly one percent of twenty seventy eight dow is up more than half a percent at twenty four six 71 this is npr soup.
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"You like a good stake liberals have something really wing wacky about eating red meat you're listening to extend usa i'm tom hinchey welcome back to our three to program you eat me i know i enjoyed good stake but according to one professor that supports the patriarchy down of eating meat such a great thing here to discuss his family's a naughty she's a senior editor at the daily wire emily welcome back to training today usa how are you i'm wow how are you doing pretty well too thank you for asking i appreciate you joining us today now you're busy okay so is look at your article on the daily wire so what is hemmer jeremy am i saying or a masculinity had he say that had been monnet hedge around gillan or had gemini i'm not really happy you have a bitter vocabulary than i do at any rate apparently or what happens when you eat need is bat you ratify part of the patriarch oh power hierarchy the professor size and so by eating meat you're actually playing into traditional gender role men go out and they kill things and they eat meat that when we eat meat we're actually here we are subsidising the patriarch you so he can mrs eddy me this is rape from your bacon three it up to your stake beacon oh this is good for her can i have spam my my allowed to help that you know i don't know that is potted meat and they really suggest that you go completely vegetarian because feminist men should be budgetary in it she's not the member article well done so like you agree with assembly had or you're just reporting on it but i am my i'm a big fan of bake at my father i am i am going to reinforce the patriarchy sadly i'm sorry well we who is this professor who made this outrageous claim cuba professor at pennsylvania state university and actually she published it any dream um journal called the.
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"Just promotes masculine hegemony is what it's it's some bit this it's a stupid study from the it's a actually sociale sociology professor at pennsylvania state university campus reform says that eating meat just basically is all about gender uh promotes mont masculinity and it's basically part of the patriarchy to eat meat um i then observation cain uh we're made of meat yes we are meet bags actually so as a woman i am also made of meat stru oh my gosh on the patriarchate what's the presi myself because i made of meat it is the idea that the choice of protein now makes you oppressive i just don't understand how that logic meat is delicious absolutely is delicious even if you're vegan you'd you can't you smell at me like a you know what tempted again at k read you this stupid statement this is so dumb i feel like i'm drunk after i read it i i mean i'm i'm a i'm not a day drinker be i don't even drink through the week see amount alcoholic d at the still makes me feel drunk when i read it so i need to share with you to make sure i'm not the only one because maybe i dunno i think i got roof heat item not quite sure this is the sentence actually there's too i like there's two sentences it's just one long run on but technically it's too this is what this us algae professor said about meat bean sexist the decision to become vegetarian does not itself stabilight destabilize gender but the subsequent social interactions between vegetarian and meat eater demand gender enactment or resistance refusing.
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"About what organic is what kinds of products are allowable on an organic farm and i want to explore all this and more with you but i wanted you tell me how he became interested in horticulture sure and what led to use studying horticulture in peru and new zealand sure well i had only been interested in science and all my mother was an actor gardner if that we'd all he'd be identifying the latin name the plans and a garda in an enough would we would hike and so when i got to college i knew i wanted to study something involving science and plant though i ended up in horticulture and that that the pennsylvania state university unfortunately at that time and they didn't have too much of a focus on organic production methods or sustainability within the horticulture department though i i thought out opportunities to explore those areas of study in more detail as i could that led me to study tour of peru where my agroecology class spent a few weeks travelling and visiting mall farm in peru and focusing on the connection between mood production and the history of a play though in peru of course potatoes are a sacred planned and we looked at how the conservation of potato variety is over hundreds of years had changed and that i made me think more about conservation of biodiversity and how that plays into our who'd that dumb and then i also took an opportunity to do a semester of college and new zealand studying ecology then my time there i was able to oh that he how globalization of our food that have taken place of course new zealand is quite remote though they're definitely a different perspective on how international trade of food products occurred and of course being an island there was an opportunity to study how invasive of species and the impact of those can affect in quite irreversible way the ecosystem of a place though i was taking all of these international experiences youth them in my decision to study an international agriculture after college by with a assistant to go grad student at penn state and their field work and greenhouses and lab experiment studying root structures of void beans and corn as they grow in different nutrient deficient oil so that particular cultivars could be selected to grow in international countries where resources were scarce a so interesting elected.