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Fresh update on "percy" discussed on Trailer Junkies Podcast
"Like years later when you're thirty years removed right. I would say at the time. I was just as guilty. Or i'm like argh fuck those goddamn attics you know like you know. That's just the way that news portrayed stuff you know and thirty five years or whatever removed or thirty years removed. You look at it and you're like dude. We didn't do that right. Totally screwed up. You know like as as a country. Yeah and now i mean. We still have people serving time in prison for all that it's horrible. We have people serving time in prison for marijuana and marijuana's legal like in it'd be still doing time for it. You know for like an alan. I would recommend watching it. I mean i thought it was really depressing though. You gotta be in the right state. I'm a little too wrapped up in kobe. Downer i pulled up the challenger dock that you you talked about last week. Oh that was depressing too. And i i can't. I'm not in the right head space for this now. I can't do it man. Okay so speaking of head space. Yeah me and clerks are looking for something to watch rate and we're on netflix. And were were thumbing through. And it's like oh here's a show. Nine seasons are here's this show twelve seasons. Oh here's a show. And every single time i'm like no i don't have the investment. Some of them are like twenty two episodes or something. I'm like i'm not gonna do nine seasons of twenty two episodes of season like i just don't have the i don't want to get into the time commitment. We're still we're still. We're still out the west wings and we like we've stalled a little on the west wing's because it's just too much too much to go through. We're still doing the clone wars. I mean we're like season five of the clone wars now granted. We only watch a couple of month at this point right but we're at season five. Oh my god man. we have. How far long ago like it's. It's brutal too many too many. So i've we watched a couple of other things. Just just to keep the ball. Rolling Percy jackson and lightning thief. I don't ever seen that. no. I haven't but i'm familiar with percy jackson. Yeah so it's a. It's a good a good solid action movie. You know kids kid-friendly action movie right and then we wrap that up a few days ago and then now we're in the middle of infinity war..
Fresh update on "percy" discussed on Cincy Jungle
"My five zero p dub See personally personally personally harvard. Unattainable like natural football player. One of those guys that was just like he had you talking about doll but ness attitude oral. Like i know i give you. That book peed off a look at him. Gay to run. Look to florida run. We will we wanted to and three years. I get that who was a superstar. Night is if percy wasn't there there's not bow fan. And i say that and we know that i find motoki. Anybody who's on that team knows if percy's not there there's no tim tebow real you say t you say tvos the greatest cause player you say say sesame to break the tie. The dog them. He had had a knee. The dan i'm me he hit two. I'm going five. Did you play with them and cincy. Yeah what happened. Memory towards neo toward the and. That's what it was when he came in. Was he still is like that. Yeah he wasn't. I came when i got drafted. He was still nice him. And ron dougans him. Wrongdoers was there wasn't as explosive person. Harm i give you that you never. That'll mean nothing personally. The person returned. Kicks powerful powell person. Return kid with no practice. So did he go. Peterbilt return kicks person return. Punts he returned person played receiver. Receiver percy play. Running back p delve into that and it has to do so a lot of fun. They're a lot of fun cam. Newton obviously guest hosts on that one there. But little two minute clip talking about some bengals of yesteryear ron dougans peter wargin Warrick obviously all of them over over peter warrick. And then of course percy harbin entering the conversation and cam newton is briefed in florida played with percy harbin You know fred taylor. Florida guy and another guy that just as intimately familiar with with percy harbin and of course peter work but a really fun. Conversation brandon marshall's reaction is just the best when they when they bring happy to arts name But clip john. I thought it was. I thought it was a fun. Cleven worth sharing especially with so much. Bengals talk there. I think when you watch the debate like that even if you if you're one hundred percent confident in one side or the other y- you have to look at who arguing for. Who and and how are. They doing like chad. So matter of fact just stood out the pure work. He's best and like everyone argument. Percy like the there wasn't any exaggeration there there wasn't any louder mark. Some shadows just pedo was the best. It doesn't matter like heat e like like that. That's confidence that that's that's not arrogance. That's that's just matter of fact. I know this is right and i would trust me on that because like you said. He did play with him in his first couple years. Witnessing like that was peter work. I don't remember a lot about him because it was a little bit. Before when i've really fully invested myself in football and the bengals. But like i mean. That's that's not an uncommon opinion. Like i grew up with reggie bush and how he tore up you at usc and whatnot. But like i you know it was it. Was the colors early. When work was tearing up before to stay like that was that was legit hype for when he came into cincinnatian. No was a shame how he injury but i mean when when you hear chad say that it's so matter of fact and it's just there's no need to yell or is ninety two Extenuating point like he was simply unstoppable and he was probably the best that we've seen a long time. It's you know. The the heisman is dominated quite a bit by quarterback play because they put up the most numbers in in college football and whatnot but there was a little bit of a run. Where non quarterbacks were running back often too but You know there's a little bit of run. Where non running backs non quarterbacks Devante smith got it this year. Which was kinda cool little bit of a change with a wide receiver. There but work was in the running for that because he was such an electric return man because he was such an electric receiver. And i contend. it was a little bit of shocker. I think to a lot of people. I don't know if you remember this or not john. Peter work ran a pretty slow forty on a lot of people thought. I think it was in the four six range and people were kind of shocked by that because smaller guy and just what you saw on film game speed was a little different than than what you thought his straight line. Four six clock speed was fg. Go back and look at the exact time remember. He ran a slower forty than a lot of people. Thought and or at five eighths. Yeah yeah for for six jazz so You know the thing with that. I contend now is peter. Work was a little bit of a victim of non only being on a bad team with a initially a bad quarterback situation but also you know as as the game started to evolve. Marvin lewis came in. You saw him do a lot of a lot of productive work out of the slot and with the evolution of the slot receiver position in recent years. I think just unfortunately he was a guy who played in an era where the slot receiver was. Not as heavily emphasized as it is. Now i i think had he stayed healthy. Maybe been drafted a few years later. He's a guy who could had a really really nice career as a return man and as a guy who's who plays plays the slot in in could do a lot of stuff yards after the catch. I don't think that his nfl career would have ever lived up to the hype of his college career on regardless of where he went. But tunnel like reggie bush right so i just but really cool clapping. Obviously when you when you hear a bengals player talk about some other. Bengals players had to share that one Just real quick though. Because like i would i would trust your opinion on this more than me. Like if you just dropped in like the best of what pure could could have been replaced with. Tyreek hill does the chiefs offense change at all does it. Yeah will they lose the alamo elements brings if they don't if they don't have them right if they replaced p tyreek hill appear work while peter. Work doesn't doesn't have the the the the speed tyreek hill does but there's a lot of you know. There are a lot of yards after catch similarities and stuff there..
NASA's Mars rover Perseverance successfully touches down on the red planet
"Well it's official. Nasa's newest rover is now roaming the red planet. It's nasr's biggest and most advanced robotic explorer from ours. Yet its name is perseverance. Or percy for short and it successfully touched down on mars yesterday. It's a huge triumph. Because remember this was nasr's most complicated mars landing yet and it took years of prep. Well all went according to plan. The rover avoided dangerous cliffs sand dunes and large boulders to reach its final destination now it has a mission including gathering data that could show signs of ancient life on the planet. The samples will eventually be returned to earth in about a decade
"percy" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
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"percy" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
"Like percy did in nineteen thirty four. The brazilian government stops giving people. Permission to go. Looking for percy i mean it's been nine years tons of people have died and still. Nobody has a clue how his journey ended. It looks like percy's mystery will never be solved but that all changes in nineteen fifty one that year. An amazonian tribe called the callapollo actually confesses. But they killed percy and even show a brazilian government official his skeleton to prove it. You think that that would settle the matter. But it doesn't because at some point a member of london's royal anthropological institute examines the bones and this person notices that the teeth in the skull don't match percy's dental records. Plus the skeleton is about six inches shorter than it should be. So they conclude that these bones couldn't have come from percy fawcett once the institute releases their findings the callapollo admit that they didn't kill percy. The skeleton was one of their elders. They lied to discourage more search and rescue teams from venturing into the rainforest and dying on a fruitless mission. And okay this is a wild length to go to to keep people out of the jungle. You gotta wonder like. Did they really lie in order to save explores lives or they have some other reason to want people to stay away. Because it is possible. Percy was on the right track some people still think he went missing because he bound the lost city of said and they say they have a prophecy to prove it coming up. The truth about the lost city already broke your new year's resolution. Maybe it's time to try something new. That's where blue apron comes in with. Recipes that are chef created and nutritionist approved. Blue apron. Lets you choose your own adventure. There's no axis planning or shopping so you can spend more time being present and actually enjoy the process of creating a home cooked meal if last year has taught us anything. 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Ner tech. obt is a prescription medication for the acute. not preventive treatment of migraine and adults. Don't take allergic to near tech t. The most common side effect was nasha. For more information including important safety information patient information and prescribing information visit ner tek dot com. That's n. u. r. t. e. c. dot com. Talk to your doctor about near tech obt today Now back to the story. There are a couple of reasons that it's so hard to say. What happened. Percy jack in raleigh. I there's a wealth of misinformation and lies surrounding the circumstances of the disappearance. Most of which come from percy himself remember he was terrified that some other explorer would get the law city before him so he fudged the details in his journals and letters to make sure nobody can know what he discovered about its location. We don't even know where he was headed when he vanished but based on a few hints in his letters and testimony from the last people who saw him alive. We can make an educated guess as near as anyone can tell he probably believed that the lost city of said was somewhere in the wrong could were mountains in brazil. Those mountains are legendary among mystics. Occultist i mean. local legends. Say that the range is inhabited by these mysterious on a magical creatures. Sometimes the region's indigenous people stumble on footprints and handprints that look identical to humans except each has six fingers and toes plus there. Is this lake at the base of the mountains called lagola and cantata which translates to enchanted lagoon. According to legend nothing can live in. its waters. No fish no snakes no bugs and nothing and the locals refused to swim or take boats out because some kind of supernatural force pulls every living thing into it's depths if you were to somehow crossed the water you'd reach a cave entrance that leads deep into the roncador 's allegedly monsters live in the cavern. Pale skinned six fingered creatures. That come from another world and there is a legend that any person who sets foot in the roncador tunnels instantly disappears. So maybe that's why percy vanished. Because he got swept away in the roncador cates. Except there's just one problem. This is open wilderness. There's no city in the roncador mountains but maybe the lost city of said doesn't exist in the physical world at all purse. He thought that was a possibility. See before he began exploring the amazon. Percy was a student of a mystic. And a psychic named helena petrovna bobowski. She liked to go by h. p. b. and she basically founded modern spiritualism. hp b.'s teachings center around these powerful spiritual beings who can literally shape the course of the universe they have abilities like medium ship fortune telling and prophecy supposedly students and followers flocked to these mystical leaders. And when they attain a certain amount of power be form communities called white lodges. Hp's followers say that. Atlantis used to be a white lodge and so was ancient egypt since south america has pyramid. That look a lot like the ones in egypt. A lot of spiritualists figure there's an undiscovered white lodge. Somewhere there to percy believed. The lost city of said was a white lodge. He shared a few of his theories in this spiritualist journal. Called the occult review. At one point he says it might contain quote the treasures of the invisible world. It sounds like he's hinting that the missing town isn't a physical city at all. It might be more of like a portal something that can ferry you beyond the earth to this invisible world of the spiritual realm. So if percy found this portal in the roncador caves maybe he went through it. That could explain why he and jack appeared to the mediums outside their bodies because they were transformed into something. That wasn't quite human..
"percy" Discussed on Supernatural with Ashley Flowers
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But he comes from a good pedigree. His father and his brother were both explorers. And percy has studied with the royal geographical society which is literally a school for one be adventurers. He's put in all this work. Because percy has always dreamed of being a surveyor. And he's not going to let anything get in his way for. This border mapping mission. He takes a mule train through the andes mountains during a blizzard. Rafts down uncharted rivers and bushwacks through a region so deadly it's called the railroad of the dead the whole time though. He is just brimming with excitement. Well his companions are griping about disease-carrying mosquitoes and the lack of fresh game. Percy's having the time of his life at one point he encounters a giant anaconda and that doesn't even phase him he just cuts off a piece of its skin while it's still alive to send back to europe for studying. I mean percy can not be deter. He was born this kind of work. Bless percy is charming everywhere he goes. He befriends the amazonian tribes people. This unusual because a lot of his contemporaries think that the inhabitants of the amazon jungle. These brutes who need to be wiped off the face of the earth but percy considers himself their defender. He refuses to let his colleagues should or kill the indigenous people even in self defense. The problem is percy still thinks of the members of the amazonian tribes as backwards and undeveloped. So when they show off their skills in hunting and agriculture percy doesn't take this as a sign of their intelligence or ingenuity he figures. The amazonian must have learned these practices from a different more advanced civilization. That's hidden somewhere in the depths of the jungle. And he actually has a couple of facts that he thinks backs up this idea. He's heard from missionaries and other explorers that locals keep making references to this lost city. That's in the rain forest. They say that it used to be a thriving metropolis but all its inhabitants died or disappeared. And now all that's left are ruins. So percy figure is that maybe this ancient vanished. Culture is the same society that taught the amazonian tribes. How to hunt and farm. Now he's not the only one to reach this conclusion. For centuries before percy came along european explorers all swarmed through the region looking for something called el dorado which is a legendary city of gold and none of them found anything. But things are different with percy for one thing he doesn't buy into the idea that there is a literal gold settlement. He's basing his theories on the locals more modest accounts plus a few shards of pottery and other artifacts he uncovers during his trip he figures. There's probably some ancient ruins in the amazon jungle which he dubs the lost city of zet. Now this lost city if it exists is important for a couple of reasons. The main one is that it could completely redefine. Everyone's understanding of life in the amazon. See there are a ton of different tribes in the jungle. But they're all fairly small and fairly scattered. Most scientists believe it's impossible for a complex society to form in the region. There's just too many predators and diseases. And not enough food but percy figures if there is a metropolis deep in the rainforest that says something pretty incredible about the human spirit it means people can flourish anywhere. They can overcome whatever challenges.
From Fatherless to Father
"Welcome back to say what needs sank. I'm zack from the legendary brandon. And today we are here with read from the ramblings podcast read. Thanks for joining us. Man the equally legendary. Well now i wish not taking a shot. No you missed out on your chance. All right fair enough fair enough but yeah no. Thanks for joining us. Man like we were saying a little bit before the shell. We've been four season two interviewing a bunch of different podcasters and we want to kind of get your perspectives on things that need saying we want to jump into the topics that are super important or held closely to to you and the other podcasters but maybe these things aren't addressed on your own show or aren't address on other platforms things so you know in the spirit of say what needs saying. We wanted to invite you on to do the same. What's a reserve thought. Like you've definitely been on our discord definitely said when he saying across the board. You're a close friend to the pod and so was directly so. I know that there's going to be things that everyone reserves so. What are your reservations that here on this platform right now that she don't mind indulging in person the only thing i don't put on my show is like dark and depressing stuff man because i want my be kind of uplifting and yada yada you know something that people can enjoy listening to right or learn from not like. Oh man for percy yeah like i don't want to do but it's not like because i i guess it is because i don't want to talk about it but it's only on the show like if you catch me in real life i'll i'll say whatever you want me to say i don't give a shit at that point but like you know like with everybody if you have a show you trying to grow it and you kinda have to tow a certain line at some point and i'm kind of at least keeping not exactly family friendly options out there curse words and so to my guests macho but i'm keeping it semi entertaining at least which keeps all the depressing crap. You know like like you guys know. I've spoken with a lot of countries. I've spoken with countries with a lot of dark history. Right either back in the day or even right now and in comments section. I've been asked you know. Why didn't you ask about this or especially on. Read it you know. I hope they brought up blah blah blah and. I'm like no. They didn't because i specifically did not want to go down that route. No it's an for me. It's not that. I'm like nodding knowledge in it like me and that person or we bring it up before recording mike. Hey i know this is going on for me and my show. I'd rather not have that smoking. And you know me. And i personally could talk about you. Know off the air but yeah just for my show. I don't wanna get too heavy on certain things you know just just for my staff and that makes sense you know i mean and the platform that you create your cultivating it so if if it's something that i said from this if you bring this level of energy this level of i guess gloom because people associated things like why is your pocket so dark among it's not dark we're just needs and what needs to be said as so hidden in shadows that comes off as dark. A lot of these topics are indeed needed to be set or brought to the light. And i would say talk a preacher but i would say i would say that. And you're right you know not everybody wants to bring up. What's going on on the news because this is an escape. This whole point of this is a form of enjoyment and release and we kinda almost. We kind of antagonize that idea just realize but all all in the spirit of enlightening you know what i mean. Yeah me. Because that's always why. When i like i welcome to the server or anything like i'm like the joke man. I'm digest i. I try and add some levity to some of the depressing situations that people talk about on that server of yours. I like to make jokes. I like to make people laugh. You know people need that more.
Dual Sleep And Why It's Good For You
"Already instead of start things off we have follow up something that we said we would get back to you last time which I feel like every time we do that we We don't always get back to it, but we're getting back to it. So yeah, emily had asked us about her shift work weight loss intermittent fasting 's like crazy sleep schedule where she would sleep from ten PM to two. AM Do a paper out from two to four am and then sleep from four to seven am. which was very crazy sleep schedule. We talked about the like fascinating. was. It made Victorian people I think in general just being like the I've just read articles that indicated. That's how they live like medieval times or I don't know that was the natural way to be yes. They would like go to sleep and then like wake up and then go to sleep. So I asked the residence sleep expert Dr Cur- personally who I've had on the melon avalon biohacking podcast linked to that in the show notes the I asked him about it and obviously knew everything about it. He said it was called dual sleep and it occurred roughly twenty two longitudinal above or below the equator and it was because nights were ten to twelve hours at night. And the people would sleep into have the night and they would like wake up in the middle to do activities and hang out while the kids were still asleep. So that's different than like today where we're always sleeping, you know we're lucky for sleeping eight hours and the reason I'm bringing this up is because I think we were contemplating that really oh so maybe this is like a good thing. It's not an ideal situation that situation would be if you were sleeping like if it was like a twelve hour night and you're waking up in the middle so. I think our originally answer still stands about that schedule because they slept from dark too dark, right? That was the difference those people were sleeping from dark too dark and that was too much sleep. Yeah. Probably today would wake up in the middle and then had their second half of the that makes sense but you know what my body is still tuned. To that I swear I could live that way because as soon as it starts to get dark I wanna go to bed I don't care if that's nine thirty at night or five thirty at night. If it's dark I WANNA get into bed I probably should start just doing that. Go to bed wake up in the middle of the night get up. To do some stuff, go back to bed I bet I think that might be my natural. Goes might be my natural way of being I might. Sylvia. Wake in that time when you wake up because you go to bed so like when does it get dark? You would go to bed at like. Five o'clock if it's the wintertime. Okay. See Sleep from like five to like eleven. Oh, and then you wake up and then we could hang out. And then had my second night's sleep and we could both back to same. I swear I would probably feel great doing that we could do the podcast in. I'd have to have an earlier window I'd have to shift it. So, yeah. Coming from Jen's by phase sleep. In my normal sleep and my normally. That's so funny. The APP asleep is huge. I will do a quick plug for Dr Percy's sleep remedy. have an unflavored version of it that is fast friendly, and basically has all of the substrates that your brain naturally needs to fall asleep. So it's not like a pharmaceutical doesn't knock you out or you know affect your sleep quality just makes your brain naturally fall asleep. So being you can get it for ten percent off at sleep remedy dot com slash Melanie Avalon, and the version of it that I have is a capsule. It's a capsule. They have drinks as well. So you can get it for ten percent off at Melanie avalon dot com slash sleep remedy with the coupon, Melanie Avalon and the they do have the drinks while they're coming out with a kids formulation soon so That's pretty exciting but YEP sleep sleep is super important. I feel like I keep reading everywhere that. Out of everything honestly diet lifestyle exercise sleep asleep is lake probably the most important I mean it's hard to say once more important than the other but sleep is so k. like fasting is good for us because it's healing sleep is where are our brains are healing? Right? Not Sleeping it's like eating all the time. As far as like the effects it has yeah
Avoiding Weight Gain At Work
"It'll be no surprise that people have desktops tend to have a high a tendency to gain weight than an always on your feet type of role. Deadlines working from home and endless commitments can become all consuming with convenience often deriving our relationship with food. For getting that baking that went out doing at home and snacked rules that full. Thankfully are easy ways to control the influence that walk is having on your weight. This week's food for thought sees registered nutritionist Amelia Thompson, and I explore how you manage your weight combat stress and hopefully based you'll meet while working. Hello, Amelia. Hi. Hi. Thank you so much for coming on fever thought today. It's a topic that I know a lot of people are going to want to hear. Some troops behind and I'm going to start today's episode by saying that first of all wait is of course, extremely sensitive. It's individual in the language I think that we use is quite interesting when we discuss something like wait. So obviously, we can't. Contribute it to one specific reason. But how strong do you think the link is between? I guess being stressed than because I suppose stress must have a huge impact on people's lives. Yet and again, there is research in regards to to work stress and we know that the kind of level workshops that people perceive. So obviously, this is vague qualitative. This is so recorded stress. It's not a quantitative measure Percy, but we know that that does correlate with week gain. Interestingly, actually taint to be a stronger correlation people who are actually already over we and when I use this term overweight and obese I am talking about that kind of could BMI measure which does give us some indication of what competition. So actually those people in the kind of overweight or obese categories to begin with who they inexpedient strikes actually tend to struggle more on on at least two. More Waking Louis people who already maintain what we'd call a cool cool healthy weight. Yes. Sir Interesting 'cause I mean mentioned BMI and we know that we've discussed this multiple times on the podcast that it's not always the most accurate measure but we should also acknowledge I. Guess the stress at work can impact on some people perhaps going the other way and actually eating less as well. Couldn't it? Yet and I think that offer tends to be more of a short term response where we get not initial stress just where we get increase in cortisol arm we have. What we call impacted dominance a week fall into that fight or flight mode and not short-term wants does tend to reduce hunger levels and we tend to eat less and I think works Sean at Green what we'd find with people who have a lower body we Are Those people that use food almost as a way to control something when feel very out of control potentially in their work environment so distresses impacting their work vehemently feeling Sarasin, and so they fall to two can find that certainty. I think that's often where we find out reduction body we and but predominantly does take to be longer term chronic changes does to be people actually dookie weight and response to these works strays ours. Yeah. Of course, and do you think there's agenda thing going on as well? Perhaps, a different way that men and women tend to react. Yeah I think. So again, when we look at coping mechanisms for men and women and women tend to turn more towards fit and maintained to turn more towards our caller smoking. So and there was a study that looked at men and women linked to obesity and structurally to eating, and actually there was only a relationship finding the women and actually main have this relationship between stress and obesity. So it may not that that women are unhealthy are parasail because you know if men are turning to things like alcohol or smoking that's not necessarily healthier, but it's just that the detained to fall towards. District coping mechanisms not women. So this does tend to be more focused and women at least in terms of strikes in the workplace.
"percy" Discussed on Harvard Classics
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"percy" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"On your right. There are a bunch of the gods areas is in here but. I saw that is. Very. Second Credit. He's on credited. Aires. He's Bob in on the wikipedia he's above where Pierce Brosnan is in like the list of all characters I don't know how the hell that set up because he's not in not really in the movie. So not even credit. Okay. And then he goes back to camp half blood, and then he goes and sees the girl the fuck surname. Annaba and you have like a little scene where he goes I think he's GonNa kiss her and she tried like they start fighting. Sparring and then yeah, it was just really wanted to have a love story but they didn't want to have a love story. They thought they were GONNA to. Cast and get the movie over with but nope. I'm sure they assumed they were going to be making movies of all five bucks which. Depends I three years. Make one. Yeah. A Long Time Did so much worse. The leg this people year long time to continue a a a theory takes place one year one year one year I don't know why they waited so long. I love the books they're. They're great but it seems like with the movie, they just want to capitalize on how successful Harry Potter was but one hundred percent. Hundred percent you know that Harry Potter we Greek Gods and that's how I think. That's how I first introduced to this somebody's like aid you like every vitamin. Yeah. Like the Greek Gods Yeah I got a book for you. And I read the first I want say read the first two books of the series and that was never the next one. Really I never read the third one I bought the third one but I didn't read I don't remember he wrote the fourth the fifth one at the time. Then he finishes the Percy Jackson there's like a secondary story. The still has some of the characters from Percy Jackson but introduces a bunch of doing still he and he does he stuff to it later on Oh. Yeah. He he wrote a lot of blow. Graphic apples to for the for the comics or not kind of the book. No I didn't either I'm just looking at stuff right now. So, and then all the don't forget this. This movie thinks is tomorrow movie because it's twenty ten, we have a Stinger. Though yeah. stumps. Fuck. This dumbest walk how played again. Shows. His mother kicking gave out has all his stuff was looking at the entire apartment right there tells them to pack it up and leave in hope move my stuff I don't care and he goes to get a beer in the fridge lock has a scientist says do not open no matter what Percy..
"percy" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"Lono? Good. Actor I I was I was I forgot he's a you but it was cool to see him and he plays a drunk asshole who is his stepfather Percy and he's just. Like the first time you see me walks in and he's like I don't have a beer and I thought he was kidding and then she gets up and gets a beard I'm like, Oh, great. This is all we're starting A. I could've done without it. So as the and they get in their car and they go to the camp and I'm like, okay, you know starting to kind of follow the game right in the beginning of the game in a minute or attack them, and it's like what were the chances mentor wing just outside the camp entrance close enough to tip over their car that they were able to outrun a giant you know half half man half cow beast and get into a camp. I don't starting to think if you're that muscle than that big, you would down eight. Well. If the chicken duress quarrel cannot run the T rex, they can probably outrun the miniature. Okay. You. Got Me there the same, the same kind of t-rex that chases down a jeep and the first movie I can buy that I can buy the cheap stay away from it, but I don't buy the person running away from it in high heels and doesn't break a he'll but I also go. But you know what dress it world's a good movie. So I kind of. A future episode because I have a dealer independence. By them. Right now so He's moving to head my attention and all I could get thinking about game a lot better. Sometimes. Makes more sense like when when they get to the camp one thing. Okay. So after you have the tour and you have the you have like he fights them minute or okay because they in the game, fight them in trying to beat it and they're like Oh you know he's a hero he defeated mentors..
Assisted Suicide for the Healthy
"Physician assisted suicide is sold to the public as a compassionate measure necessary to spare those who have no reasonable chance of recovery from the unbearable pain and suffering of the last days of their life. But in every context in which it's been made legal, however, what may be called euthanasia by another name has never remained limited to those rare instances on which it was sold. There are reasons that this particular slope has proven. So slippery literally everywhere, it's ever been made legal once it's decided that certain lives are. Not. Worth. Living well the list of people eligible for physician assisted suicide inevitably grows and as a list of people without intrinsic value grows, it becomes impossible to reevaluate lives based on some other criteria perhaps convenience or financial cost. Then it's a small step indeed from eligible to die to expected to die and wherever doctor assisted suicide is legalized and another Bayton switch from what is sold to the public. The category of terminal illness is often expanded to include chronic illnesses and permanent disabilities even mental illness and depression is Now considered sufficient justification for suicide in places such as Belgium and the Netherlands given this trajectory. It's only a matter of time before we dispense altogether with any requirement of any illness and fact that seems to be what's happening in the Netherlands a recently introduced bill. There would allow healthy individuals over the age of seventy five to request assisted suicide. If they had quote a strong death, wish for at least two months, the bill which is expected to be up for votes time in two, thousand, twenty, one would according. To the bill's sponsor, give the elderly the choice at an advanced age if they consider their lives complete to die with dignity with careful health thankfully, the two Christian parties in the governing coalition strongly opposed this measure, but it's GonNa be tough to keep it from becoming law after all bills only the next logical step in the whole Dutch trajectory having a brace what novelist Walker Percy called Sanitize Syndrome. Every promise to limit euthanasia in any way has only been broken everywhere and any so-called safeguards have been swept aside. For example, the people were promised that only those certifiably in their right mind would be euthanized. That was a lie after all anyone who goes into an American emergency room and tells doctors they have a strong death wish are gun with live with they'd be diagnosed with suicidal ideation admitted to the psych ward to not do this would be medical malpractice. Suicidal ideation is rightly regarded as a symptom of an underlying mental disorder and people who have untreated mental illnesses are not allowed to make life and death decisions or. At least they weren't in Oregon's doctor assisted suicide was legalized there over ninety six percent of people given lethal drugs never underwent a psychiatric evaluation to not evaluate at all is neglect. But if this Dutch bill becomes law, any elderly person who admits suicidal wishes won't be helped they'll be referred to those who will help them turn their wishes into reality. All of this is why as our recent what would you say video says? So clearly, there is nothing compassionate about physician assisted suicide nothing in fact, it's the exact. Opposite of compassion it's the abdication of civilized peoples responsibility to offer compassion to those who need it most when they need it most in his book Fanta Syndrome Walker Percy described how a society evolves to the point of thinking that killing patients. Instead of healing them is compassionate a psychiatrist he wrote of well trained in exquisitely credential doctors who quote, turn their backs on the hippocratic oath and kill millions of useless people unborn children born malformed children all for the good of mankind with his literary prophecy that was written. In nineteen eighty seven is becoming reality today. Some form of assisted suicide is legal in nine states and the District of Columbia that number only GonNa grow unless we can somehow convince people what true compassion is and make the idea that assisted suicide is compassionate unthinkable. So come to what would you say dot org for this latest video on assisted suicide in EUBOEA equipped to make the case and also please share it with your pastor community leaders and legislators. It's literally life and death issue
Where did they go
"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host kid chrome by popular demand I'm revisiting the issue of vanishing 's. Where did they go the roanoke colonists Amelia. EARHART would a Percy Fawcett vanishing in search for the city of Z. can anything truly vanished in this world, the great vanishing people and things Amelia. EARHART disappeared over the Pacific. There's no doubt that she crash landed or ditched her plane. And of course the question remains why she captured by the Japanese did she and and. Her navigator starved to death on a remote island, but she didn't vanish in the true sense of the word, the question simply what happened to her. In contrast, we have the vanishing of flight nineteen, a group of maybe bombers disappeared during postwar training mission. Now they vanished. No oil slicks no wreckage. The five planes it made up the nineteen. None were ever recovered no trace. A search team dispatched to look for them disappeared, but there was an oil slick in wreckage in. In an explosion was noted the five TM's vanished. The rescue team disappeared by ask a question again. Can anything actually vanished from this world? Let's look again. The Franklin expedition that set sail in eighteen, forty, five with two ships in search of the northwest passage. Now there's an incident that disappeared in the Arctic and were considered lost for two hundred years, perhaps vanished, but the two ships, nearly forty crew, simply vanishing was considered a big mystery, almost as big as Amelia earhart recently. Recently, both ships were discovered as well as many of the graves of the crew yet in the eighteen eighties. We have a bride and groom riding in a wagon. The ten miles from bake of Oregon across follow simply vanish. Their progress has been monitored, and when they didn't arrive at the ranch across hollow where they were to wed a month long search was put on an and not a trace was found not of the horses, the wagon or the bride and groom. That I. my point is that people and things do vanish, but do they vanish from this world. The question is addressed by Professor Vincent Pool he stays did Albert Einstein that there are multiple dimensions, but professor pool believes that there are not only many dimensions, but I in there every evolution they are similar to Earth and they are connected to our dimension by what he calls umbilical connections, and that an individual can easily pass through one of these umbilical connections and seemingly vanish. He also spouses a theory that the reason that we have no contact with you. Outside of our atmospheres of flying saucers or flying unidentified flying objects come from another dimension Professor Pool Sites Fifteenth, century issue between Spanish conquistadors and a priest in ancient village of Crisco, where a priest racing ahead of the Spanish invasion took a gold disc from a church, and ran into the Higher Markelle mountains for upon he met to Shaman who took the disc impressed into rock face that opened the door to another dimension. Sounds like a nice story, right? Yet. There is a place in the higher mountains were stone face has been etched, and a small seemingly pressed into stone at the center of that small door. There is a indentation that circular. That is the same size as the disc taken by the priest when he fled the Spanish. Pool claims this represents the. Into another dimension, so do people and things vanish before you scoff at the idea. Take a trip to Peru. The high remark mountains and try to explain the small door the disc indentation. They're gonNA. Decide and if you can't make the trip, we'll google it up. It's an interesting part of the issue of can things vanish
The Year Without a Summer
"The heat of summer is well and truly here in the Northern Hemisphere, the hot humid days just won't let up and living in new. York City I continue to be frustrated that central air conditioning is not as ubiquitous in homes and businesses, as it is in most parts of the southern United States where I grew up. Then, of course, it's always been substantially hotter in those southern states, although with climate change, the northeast is heating up more and more, but that does make me think sometimes. How the heck did people survive before? Joining especially in those very hot climates, farmers ALMANAC A few insights nothing to mind blowing people would take day trips to swing holes or up. To cooler weather, they kept windows and doors shut at midday to keep out hot air and delayed cooking or baking. Until the evening they ate refreshing. Cool treats and was available in homes, blue fans across blocks of ice, the biggest factor most likely however was it simply wasn't as hot as it is now at least in terms of extremes, quoting farmers, Almanac, the extra ordinarily hot summers that are commonplace today were virtually unheard of fifty to one hundred years ago in fact, seven of the top ten coolest, US summers on record occurred nineteen, hundred and nineteen fifty and quotes. There was one year however over two centuries ago now that it was a lot cooler. Eighteen Sixteen Aka the year without a summer quoting farmers. ALMANAC referred to by many names, including the poverty year and eighteen hundred and froze to death, the year eighteen sixteen was literally a year without a summer across much of the northern hemisphere throughout not only North America, but also northern Europe and parts of Asia in exceptionally cold summer, featuring killing frosts in July in August crippled food production crop failures in food shortages were. Were so widespread that rioting and looting became common in the United Kingdom and France on this side of the Atlantic. Many residents of New England and the Canadian Maritimes froze to death, starved, or suffered from severe malnutrition, as storms, bringing foot, or more of snow, hit hard during May and June. Many others from the region pulled up stakes and move to western New York in the Mid West where the cold was less severe. In fact, the year without a summer is now believed to have been one major catalyst in the westward expansion of the United States and quotes Nicole may have been less severe in the southern and Western us, but it was still highly unusual on July fourth eighteen sixteen. It was forty six degrees Fahrenheit in Savannah Georgia. For the record this year on July fourth and Savannah, it was ninety degrees. So. Why did this happen? It was due to one of the largest volcanic eruptions in recorded history Indonesia's Tamboura. The volcano erupted on April Fifth Eighteen fifteen, continuing to up for a week and killing nearly all of the twelve thousand residents of Tim, Bora as well as almost all plants in animal life on the island, quoting the Paris review, countless tons of volcanic. Volcanic ash circulated in the upper atmosphere for years after the events blocked out sunlight and lowering average surface temperatures globally in parts, of North, America Europe temperatures dropped by more than eighteen degrees. Fahrenheit there was snow in New England July and dark rain clouds swept over Europe throughout the summer months in Hungary reports of Brown snowfall, tainted by volcanic ash and quotes. Understandably many thought the world was ending that the sun was dying. It's really fascinating. Though is some of the cultural ripples that this massive event caused. You may be familiar with the story of how Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley was inspired to write Frankenstein as part of a spooky storytelling challenge when she percy shelley and Lord Byron and friends were holed up in a villa in Geneva. One stormy summer turns out. It was this dark, thunderous apocalyptic. Apocalyptic summer of eighteen sixteen. The crew had gone to Geneva, both to ride out the unusually rainy summer, but also to escape their various dramas in England, being stuck indoors for so much of their trip Lord. Byron challenged them all to write ghost stories to entertain one. Another Mary Shelley wrote Frankenstein which would set the stage for all of science fiction to come? Also among the Geneva Villa guests was Lord Byron's personal physician Dr John Polidori. Who wrote short story for the challenge called the vampire, and this story is often credited with the birth of the Modern Vampire Romance. But those genre defining publications aren't the only cultural institutions to come out of the summer last year of Eighteen, sixteen among the mini shortages across Europe was a crucial shortage of oats which led to the starvation and deaths of countless humans and livestock, including at least ten thousand horses, not counting how many were also slaughtered to save money or become dinner German? Baron Carl Dreyer's and inventor in student of mathematics started trying to design a man powered form of transportation, while historians agree that he was inspired by the weather based os shortage. He also saw a need for an alternative to horses as crucial for war. Quoting the Paris review his first designs for human powered transportation involved complex conveyor belt, driven four wheeled vehicles, but raises breakthrough came when he turned his thoughts to balance drawing on his experiences, skating on ice ponds drains, put his faith in the power momentum and front wheel, steering to keep a two wheel vehicle rate. This idea became his love, machine or running machine and quotes, and this running machine would become the modern day bicycle. All of this makes me think about how many things will change or be invented from this moment that we're living through. And of course there's a lot of things we're already seen, and we're likely to continue to see some big cultural shift, but like who, out there is writing the next genre defining novel that people will still be reading two centuries later. Who's inventing something that will be innovated on for decades before becoming a ubiquitous ordinary mode of transportation. Maybe won't be those types of things specifically, but there are surely ideas happening and things being created that we won't realize the impact of for decades
Time Is Money? by Chris Guillebeau on Productivity & The Inherent Value of Enjoying Life
"But for now, let's get right to our post for today as we optimize your life. Soon Time is money by Chris Kilo of Chris. Globo DOT com. I came back into Seattle last night after two weeks traveling around the world in the morning, I went up to my local starbucks on forty fifth street in Wallingford, these corporate guys were sitting there, wearing suits and carrying briefcases in Seattle. You don't see people dressed like that as much as you do. In other cities over here. A shirt with a collar is considered dressing up. As they were talking. One of them said well, we should go. Time is money. I looked up from my nearby table. Time is money Have, you heard that one before hold on, we'll come back to it I think about something. Amazon.com has at least two hundred seventy books on time management, but most of them fail to consider basic question. How can someone actually managed time? When you manage people, you give them tax to complete and check in on them once in a while. When you manage a project, you make neat little spreadsheets and break out the getting things done book and Chart Your progress along the way, but with time none of those things apply. You can't tell time what to do. You can't give time a raise when it performs well and fire time when it doesn't meet your expectations. nope, you can't manage time too bad about all those books. Someone should have said something. Before the two hundred seventieth authors started writing. Like it or not time just marches on. More bad news. Unfortunately. There's more bad news about time, sorry. Like money time is limited, but unlike money once time has gone, there's no getting back. You can't earn back. What has been spent? Time is closely related to the concepts of regret, inaction, indecision and wistfulness all those things we left behind some point. Don't you hate that? Time cannot be managed, and when it's gone, it's gone forever, but if you're waiting for good news, you won't be disappointed here it. Is there still enough time for what you need? There's still time to start that business. Take that trip. Start running those two miles that will help you run the marathon six months from now or better yet filling the blank for yourself based on what you've always wanted to do, but if kept putting off for some reason. Ready there is still time for me to blank. Got It if not, you may need more than a few seconds to think about it. It's worth full consideration, even though time is money. Whatever you choose, hold it close to you. Make it your focus and don't let anyone take it from you. Any number of people will try to. Back to starbucks. Gays in the suits have left still thinking about what they said. Time is money. cording to the time is money people I've been wasting a lot of time this year I traveled to Iraq Mongolia Pakistan and twenty other countries, all without an agenda or anything, really important I had to do there I spent an absurd number of hours, standing in line or sitting on park benches, waiting for train or bus stations to open up all over the world I, opted out of the next phase of graduate school, and worked toward building a career as a fulltime writer before that I spent four years working for free in West Africa, so you can probably guess what I think about the link between time and money. No, there's nothing to that idea so much for that right. But wait maybe I've got it partly wrong to. Time is not the same thing as money, but it does have tremendous value I don't WanNa be like the awesome. Andy s that Percy Shelley wrote about quote. Look on my works year mighty and despair nothing beside remains round the decay of that colossal wreck, boundless and bare, the Lone and level sands stretch far away and quote. Nope don't want that. Instead I wanted to treat valuable time with the respect. It deserves I want to do something really great with a valuable time I have how about you? The best strawberry. Oh and by the way research shows that the average user clicks away from blog posts somewhere around the three hundred word point. Since. You've broken the curve and made it further than that. Here's an old story that always makes me smile. The story is about Zen. Student who is running from a tiger in the forest. The tiger is catching up to him and the only way out is to jump over a cliff that leads to certain death on the rocks below. With no real options. The Zen student jumps over. The cliff just manages to grab onto a branch halfway down. Beside the branch is Bush wild strawberries, and the student reaches over with one free hand, and takes one with the tiger above him and certain death on the rocks below him, he slowly enough the strawberry, and as he
"Today a monster. If you're of a certain age, you might remember the nineteen fifty four movie creature from the Black Lagoon. Here's the plot. A geology expedition in the Amazon uncovers fossilized evidence, a skeletal hand fingers from the Devonian period that provides a direct link between land and sea animals further excavation of. Of the area where the fossil was found turns up nothing the leader. The search is ready to love, but it's thought that thousands of years ago, the part of the embankment, containing the rest of the skeleton fell into the water that was washed downriver broken up by the current. The group discovers at the river empties into a lagoon. The scientists decided to. To take a little longer and unaware that amphibious Gilman has been watching had for the lagoon, and that kill man is taking notice of the beautiful assistant. Will you get the idea? And if you think the plot for the film, the creature from the Black Lagoon came out of the imagination of a writer or perhaps a famous film director. You'd be half right. Right Produce Sir William Allen was attending nine hundred forty one dinner party during the filming of Citizen Kane, in which he played the reporter Thompson. When Mexican cinematographer, Gabriel Figueroa told him about the myth of a race of half fish half, human creatures, Amazon River, Allen, rose. Story notes title the Sea Monster Ten years later using beauty and the beast just inspiration. In December nineteen fifty two Maurice Jim expanded this into a treatment which Harry Essex and Arthur Ross rewrote as the black lagoon. The rest is movie history. The story told to Allen by Mexican cinematographer gave Figaro was based on the legend of Jaka. Ruina buried accounts describe. The arena is being Harry with their heads turned backwards and deformed feet. Could be characterized as seductive and sexually dangerous lure humans into water by taking on human forms when people of the Amazon and community disappear, and do not return such as fishermen husbands in young girls, deception is the ACA Luna had seduced and captured their victims. They abducted victims gradually come to resemble their captor the Yakov Bruno over a period of time I. There is turned to resemble the Conrad. Then their head and feet turn backward wants a full transformation is complete. The human has turned. Turned into a Jaka rhuna transformation to Jaka Ruina is irreversible and a person so transformed may never return to his or her home. I researched this story. I thought it sounded like a lot of other folktales that come from tribes of indigenous people that is until I found a nineteen eighty six account of an American doctor who ventured into the Amazon with his wife and daughter to provide needed medicine and medical treatment to several primitive communities. He described in a log I how his daughter! Daughter was taken by Jaka Luna One day one day she was swimming, so it's she was pulled under and vanished. Nobody was ever recovered grief-stricken. He and his wife returned to the states. They soon separated. It was an auditory years later alone and distraught, but he returned to the Amazon River, whereas daughter had vanished that he saw her again still alive, but it transformed into a mermaid. She had married a yacht, Luna and gain knowledge in becoming healer of the waters. No one ever saw. saw the doctor again. The doctors camp was discovered by a group searching for explorer Percy Fawcett. Who vanished in the Amazon in nineteen, twenty five monster
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"percy" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast
"All right a couple of POPs Phil I better now about the training more today even though I do TV podcast. I do like to read although all been telling you about stuff that I haven't read out there and I haven't read everything and this is something else. I haven't read although to be honest when it came out. I wasn't the target audience. Percy Jack Percy Jackson books written by Rick Reardon came out. I think in early two thousands and it's a fantasy series a targeted for young adults teens. Young adults although I have a lot of friends who are in there who all ages. I'll put it that way. All ages who read fantasy so I don't WanNa pitch it all anybody but I'm not that guy so I don't feel bad about telling you I didn't read these books very popular though and I know the Rick Reed and is an excellent writer. A Percy Jackson series is currently in the stages of development at Disney. Plus Rick Reardon. I just mentioned he bathing announcement yesterday. I'm recording this on Friday yesterday in a video on twitter alongside his wife. Becky Rick followed up with a statement which reads in part quote. We can't say much more at this stage but we are very excited about the idea of a live action series of the highest quality following the story. Line of the original Percy Jackson. Five book series starting with the lightning thief in season. One rest assured that becky and I will be involved in person in every aspect of the show and quote. Why am I bringing this up because at well I'm GonNa say it again? This is original content. Not Find it very interesting that Disney plus not only got rick reardon to license this these stories allow them to produce this series. I'm sure it was quite lucrative but they also gave him what sounds like creative control which is good. It's always good when the author can say. I'm backing this. I'm involved in this and so Disney they're trying to come on with them original content. My my original criticism of them was that they didn't have allowed the original content other than the Mandal Laurean. They are quickly filling that gap. They also released another statement along with it. It was a press release statement from Disney. It says perseus. Percy Jackson is the protagonist of Percy Jackson and the Olympians book series. As the series begins Percy discovers that he is in fact a Demi God the son of a human mother in the Greek God. Poseidon so talk about some good genes. Percy seems like he was born well on third base in addition to the lightning thief. The series is comprised of the books the Sea of monsters. The Titans Kerr's the battle of the labyrinth. In the last lesbian reardon has also published a companion book the demi-god files as well as the Demi God diaries so it sounds like Disney has a lot of material to work from the seems like a really good investment. If it's popular which probably will be. I will be interested to see how they handle this one because HBO is set the Bar High for prestige well produced television and this seems like the type of material that could be really done. Well now they may not have to go to game of thrones length but Disney does have the capital. They do have the special effects. Were wherewithal to make this something something that I might even watch because I probably wouldn't watch it unless there was some type of spectacular value to it the the plot probably into adult enough for me to want to really you. Divan. Like I did. On game of thrones but if if it's something that's you can't see anywhere else I might do that so Kudos the distance and here's some more breaking news. The good fight it still has some punches left the throw. Cbs All access. Which I said last episode is actually going to be changing. Its name in. Its look within the next. Six months has renewed the drama for season five while also conceding that the currencies in will have to be curtailed to only seven episodes due to shutdowns caused by in nineteen the seventh and now final episode of season four will debut on the service on May twenty eighth season four was originally slated to last ten episodes but the abrupt pandemic related halt in mid March as four show runners Michael Michelle King to rethink their plans quote. It's been weird not to be able to finish. The Four Seasons said the Kings. It left the story in an even more absurd place than usual. So we're thrilled that CBS. All access wants to bring the good fight back for an additional season. And we know what story were planning to tell. It's like getting the answers to the. Sat ahead of time now. I haven't watched one episode of the good fight and I never even watched the good wife which the good fight was a spin off of. But they describe it here so. I'm GonNa let you all know what to expect in season four because season four of the good fight finds the central law firm Riddick Bozeman and Lockhart navigating a very different landscape after they lost their biggest client CHOGM. I've no idea what does and their founding partners name was. Cornish riddick. Bozeman Lockhart was forced to accept an offer by a huge multinational law firm S. T. R. Laurie to become a small subsidiary. Say That fast. Suddenly all their decisions can be second guessed by the giant firm that is literally on top of Them O. S. T. R. Laurie initially seemed like benevolent overlords. We Find Diane Lockhart and that's Christine Morand skis character. She's The star of the show and her colleagues chafing at loss of independence while simultaneously investigating the emergence of a mysterious memo six eighteen. Okay I don't know what memos six eighteen says the mysterious but I know people who lawfirms and who were partners in law firms and trust me. Anybody would be upset. Putting in that work to become partner just a subtly be low man on the totem pole again or have to answer to someone. Atop top addition to Baranowski the good fight stars. Cush jumbo now I had looked at because I I don't watch the show and had never heard a cush jumbo and I thought that cush jumbo might be a man first thing and it sounds like the name of a wrestler. Be Quite honest with you. But it's actually a very attractive British actress so I'm not trying to clown her name when you hear Cush Jumbo. That's the first thing that comes to mind in this corner with at three Hundred Fifty Pounds Chris Jumbo also stars Sarah Steele Niambi. Niambi how come on you have to have like a weird name but stares steals Pretty Plain Michael Boatman Plane Jack Zach Greiner. Well that's a fifty fifty. John Larroquette haven't seen him in a while. Audra McDonald brilliant actress and Delroy. Lindo excellent actor Hugh Dancy also join season four and a recurring role while they have a very nice lineup of actors. I like all of them. I like few dancy and Hannibal. Almost any of you watched Hannibal. But that's when you should stream if you can. The good fight remains one of the most beloved and critically acclaimed original series on. Cbs All access. And we've seen a tremendous response from fans this season said jewelry McNamara executive vice president and head of programming at all access while we all had hoped to provide audiences with a ten episode fourth season we among others have had to adapt to the pandemic. Although it's a shortened season the incredible cast and crew helmed by the incomparable Robert and Michelle King have produced a phenomenal seven episode. We can't wait for viewers to see the remainder of the season and are excited to bring subscribers even more of the timely gripping storylines the kings bring to life next in season five. And there. You have the good fight shorten their season. That's the way they adapted to it interesting to see all the way people are adapting to these shutdowns. Some PAT pushing their seasons back splitting them up but they decided to go at a different way. Cbs All access is trying to beef up their lineup. There's some news I'm going to share with you later on the show about another show that they're creating they are trying to beef up that original content everyone is. You cannot be slipping right now because there's way too much competition out there and again. Hbo is like coming on like a great wide Dorsal Fin. Just cresting the water. And you'd better stay in front of it because if not the ripped to smithereens. Cbs All access knows and they seem to be trying to stay ahead of it. So I all props to them. It's interesting to see how this thing is gonNA shake out next. I got some breaking news for you about the screen actors guild some more about my friends at the CW so go get take a bathroom break or whatever. Go get some refreshments. We had to go pay bills and I'll talk to you soon. Be Right back what to find out what movies to go. See and check out the. Yes MC movie podcast. It's your ticket to the latest movies whether it's a new blockbuster event romantic comedy or action flick. This show has got it all covered. They talk some what to go. See now don't bother what's hot on Netflix's and everything in between that. Gmc PODCASTS DOT COM slash. Movie Dash podcast. When it's all about the movies it has to be this new show. Don't forget to like on facebook and follow them on twitter visit. Gs MC PODCAST DOT COM for more INFO..
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"percy" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Percy that lake Cumberland are there is a proposal for a huge docu experience sure and houseboat in loading cable personality at the lake and we're hoping that ham former fisheries directorate deputy commissioner Benji Cameron overland was there so this is a result of a tip off my head from Edward mapper resolutely Kentucky sports room it made me aware of that so this was on the plate and there is a public comment period that does go to run until about the fifteenth of may so we're hoping to get both those German old Ryan here momentarily and let them kind of explain how expensive the city is it's a it's going to create quite a difficult situation is proposed thankfully the army corps engineer of switch has to give the approval for the project has come up with another option that I think will be the most suitable compromise position if you will R. it's going to enable us to still be able to finish a boat are in that area the light down there were alligator wanted to have been in the past in their work the there several bad things about this one is this your restrict bodhi access he created no wake zone we're gonna take you almost an hour to go up the creek and back out here which obviously is a real pain in the you know what I'll say next since World printed radio but well that's real real bad it's also going to have a negative impact on the free parking at that Russell county park down there in the area were swallowed few places on the lake where you can park for free the Modesto or situation like that so there's some things that are very very bothersome to those of us that enjoy that so we'll keep you abreast of that get the spells on the line here momentarily we're having trouble with the phones you see so again we're doing open lands numbers are five seven one eighty four eighty four or one eight hundred four four four eighty four eighty four we were talking earlier about the crappy storm being extended if you're just joining the broadcast world that talked about was about fishing this week are still Carlotta shower property that were very obviously still very record numbers of of the dark colored males that will Gardi Andorra either eggs or fry and also card number really really heavily laden email is it still worth hold the tremendous matter eight coming with the card it brought about the war you basically knew you were looked at that there are people out property that was still small with a cleaning them the eggs were developed they work on the down slide some years where conditions are favorable the whole bit hold and then they'll end up our research storage tanks and that doesn't seem to be the case at all Walker they are continued to spawn because these up and down whether transit repaired so I do want to pass that law do you fish but that may just be jolly rod cast again species of fish hello crackerz bluegill are staging era in preparing for their sport process which is right around the corner of the first two weeks of may all be just wide open on a blue yes for I have no doubt that some shelf will probably be engaged in the process of they're gonna start stages are built mass right away and then I've seen a lot of bass coming up and start to stage a very preparations for that as well so I do want to pass that along to you and so I want to bring you up to speed on there hope you enjoyed that after years of also get some great reports about shallow water striper activity at lake Cumberland and the Bearcats going to escalate we've got striped loser staging up to take advantage of the shared they're gonna start started in may and that's of course going to be another get pregnant that is right around the corner so we'll keep an eye out on that I'm about a quick break here so we can get to Benji Cameron ever mapper on the phone again we're gonna talk about this controversy at lake Cumberland I think it's something that if you're finished room or pleasure boater you are fat pretty troubling really what's being proposed and I think you're you're going to be interested in some of the back of work about it I've got to determine the best help with ball bats coming all right after the break so we're gonna love break here this break is presented by SMR marine eleven four hundred Westport road just north of the Starbucks starcraft service on Seoul and deck boats routed bathrobes and a new line of local little boats hello Sierra take great care your remember your name yes so there's a memory.
Percy Liang: Stanford University Professor, Technologist, and Researcher in AI
"I guess today's Percy Lag. Percy's an associate professor of computer science at Stanford University also one of the top technologists that semantic machines. His research goals are to make machine learning more robust fair and equitable and to make it easier to communicate with computers through natural language. He's a graduate of MIT and received his PhD from UC Berkeley. Hey Percy welcome. Show things have happened so we always start. These shows with me asking How you first got interested in technology. Were you a little kid when you realize that you're interested in this stuff? Yeah I think it was a round maybe and of elementary school or Middle School My Dad always had a computer so it was around but he didn't let me play with it. And what you do. He was a mechanical engineer. Gotcha and I remember maybe my first memories are In after school In middle school there was a computer lab and there was There is a hypercard which is multimedia program for the Macintosh back then and it got really fascinated and building these Militantly simple applications. But they had a scripting language so you could start to code a little bit and there's animation and all that so it was kind of fun to get into that I remember hypercard as well I I believe one of when the first programs I wrote I maybe a little bit older than you are But I do remember at one point writing a hypercard program that was Like a multimedia thing that animated a laser disc like you remember laserdisc gigantic precursors to DVD's Yeah this is really such a great tool. Yeah at that time. I also tried to learn see but that was kind of a disaster. What are pointers and all this stuff? This is sort of a formidable Formidable first language to attempt to learn I mean like one of the things like given that you are Your Computer Science Educator You know I. I'd be curious to hear how you think about that. Evolution of entry into computer science on some levels now. It seems like it's a lot easier to get started than when we were kids. Maybe but in other ways it's actually more challenging because so much of the computing environment like the low level. Details are just abstracted away and like the layering is very high. It's a lot to get through Yeah so somehow. Computer Science Thrives on abstraction right from the low level machine code to to see and we have python programming languages and At some level you just have graphical interfaces so picking the right entry point into that for someone as I think. There are multiple ways you can go probably wouldn't start with see if I were teaching intro programming class but more at kind of a conceptual level of here are the kind of computations that you want to perform And then separately. I think it's different class with talked to you about how this is actually realized because I think there is some value For A computer scientists to understand how goes all the way down to to to machine code but not all at once yet? It's I am still convinced that one of the one of the most useful things I had to learn as Like a programmer. Who LEARNED TO PROGRAM? The eighties was fairly quickly. I had to learn assembly language. Like you had to know what the low level details where the machine now granted the machines were more or less complicated back than they are now but like just sort of at that atomic level knowing how the actual machine works Just made everything else that came after it. Less intimidating yeah. It's Kinda satisfying. It's kind of rounded playing with blocks. So you you started with hypercard And like where did things go from there? Yeah so for a while. I was I I think I also learned basic. I'm just kind of tinkering around There was and Like today as many resources as you can imagine for just. No kids interested in Programming so a of it was kind of on on my own I think maybe a turning point happened at the beginning of highschool where I started participating this Usa Computing Olympiad. Which is a programming contest? You can think about is the programming contest. But I really think about as kind of algorithm problem solving contest so the the problems that they give you are It's kind of like a puzzle and you have to write a program to solve it But much of the the work is actually kind of coming up with insight of how to what algorithm to do kind of efficiently so an example might be How many ways are there to make change for Two dollars museums certain set of coins and it would be kind of Rica moment when you found. That's how you can do it. And then you have to code it up so I think that competition really got me to And a value this type of Kind of rigor and attention to detail but also a kind of creative aspect of computing. Because you have to come up with on news types of solutions that's awesome and so what was What was the most interesting problem you had to solve? In one of these competitions oh That's a really good question I think it's been a while so I don't remember all the problems but one. I think One memorable maybe class of problems is Around the idea of dynamic program and so this idea that you can write a program and if you do it smartly you can make something that would otherwise run in years millennia in a matter of seconds and I remember having to it was always these problems and you have to really figure out. What was the recurrence relation to make it all all work and a lot of problems. Were centered around. Yeah was it one of the amazing things about the dynamic programming technique is it really does teach you and it might be one of those foundational things when you're getting your head wrapped around how to think. Algorithm Mickley about problem decomposition. Yeah because like I. It's one of those magical things. Where if you break the problem down in just the right way. All of a sudden A solution to the problem becomes Possible when it was intractable before. Yeah Yeah I think I liked it because it was an that you had to memorize a bunch of things or you learn if you learn these ten algorithms and ub set but it was kind of a much more open ended way to think about Problems yeah that's awesome and so You go to. Mit As a undergraduate student. How soon did you know exactly the thing inside a computer science that you wanted to do that? I think took a little bit of evolution so coming out of high school. I was much more interested in his algorithm IQ questions and got interested in computer science theory because that was kind of a natural segue So it was and I started doing research in this area and it wasn't until towards the end of my undergrad where I Sir. Transitioning INTO MACHINE. Learning or AI. When was this what year this was around? Two Thousand Four. Okay Yeah says still like machine? Learning was people didn't use the word back. Yeah Yeah Yeah I mean I remember like right around that time was when I joined Google and I've been a compiler guy when I was in academic insult like I'd never done I never done at all and like I didn't know what machine learning was when I started and yet you know three months after I joined Google I was tasked with doing a machine learning thing. You know reading this giant stack of papers and formidable textbooks Trying to trying to get myself grounded but it means a very interesting time like two thousand four and like you know you sort of picked a great time to learn annoy idea that it would be the feel that it is today and why. Why was that interesting so I can sort of get? Why the theory was interesting. Love these problems and the challenge of what was interesting about machine learning. I mean I think there's definitely this Background would be kind of mystical aspect of intelligence that I think I'm not unique and can be drawn to so When there was an opportunity to connect the things that I was actually doing with a theory with some element that I took opportunity to kind of get into that and they say that Mit for my masters which was on Machine learning natural language processing So then that kind of Roy cemented kind of direction that I really started
Spurge is the Word
"Name's Nathan Taylor and I I've been studying you for is for about the about seven years now. Hey Sand Yeah and I particularly focus on a little group called the section Nisa film which is sort of the San Matt like Lance so like spotted spurs prostrate splurge those weedy plants that you get your Your Line Darden. That have that White Milky Sap yet. It's cool that the you know. Those are something I grew up recognizing I mean. I didn't know what they were as a child. But it's it's a familiar group of plants to me you know. I think a lot of people that don't live in arid regions at least. That's probably their main introduction to the Spurs family. But I'm curious. What brought you to this in the first place. We always plant person. And how did you discover you four? Ac's kind of your your focus. Yeah so the main way that I found plants is I live in Dallas. I at the time and I was told by my family that we were moving out to the desert. And where you know. There wasn't really any lush vegetation at all and in the spring. I just saw all kinds of wildflowers and being the kind of person that I am. Naturally I wanted to identify every single one that I saw hand. It just kind of snowballed there now. How I got interested in You. Four via is. I had a mentor of time. Whose name is Bert Williams. And he he knew basically all of the local on the southern highpoints Texas and you four was really just the one group that he sort of just assigned the genus name to and didn't even try with a species. So I I sort of took. That is a challenge and from there when I went to Soros to get my Bachelor's and master's I decided that the best way to study these things would be just a photograph every species in the specimen cabinet. And then go back and look at those at home. Well it turns out that some of the species. That photograph were actually misidentification. Ooh that that added a at an added another Another way to sort of you know. Just push me right into into the groove things. That's a really interesting dive into this world. And from a standpoint of sort of species identification and taxonomy I mean some of the Spurs family's pretty easy to recognize although there's probably plenty of minute details but others can be pretty cryptic which I'm guessing lens to some of the taxonomic end species. Id Confusion You just mentioned definitely. Yeah I mean every every time I go to a herbarium I ended up with a a really good big Saka misidentified before so. This is a big family. And it's one of those that every time I think I have my finger on the pulse of what's going on. I see a few representatives that completely blow my mind in. Send me for a loop but how do you begin to even focus in a family as large as before be acn? I guess from there. We can kind of talk about the subdivisions within that group. Right so I mean the the big thing with you for AC. I mean I'm not. I'm not a huge expert on four. Ac as a whole but but it's really sort of divided by the power structure. You know some some species have pedal some don't Actually probably most of them are money. Isis and then with you for specifically you have the ATM and the site in is is sort of this. Modified infrared essence. That looks like a flower. It's sort of like the composite family in that. It has this the Sudan via this false flower that made up of of an invalid occur and then Various flowers in the middle of it. It is pretty wild to think about that in the context of it being in fluorescence in. It's one of those things that when you say or see anyone on the Internet say you forget. Flowers already. Goes actually. It's a safe but it is a really fascinating structure in it. I'm guessing is kind of what makes you for AC unique or one of the characters that Kinda unites a lot of them Under this taxonomic umbrella definitely and it. It is the essentially. The uniting structure of Euphoria message genus very cool. So how did you end up falling? Into the subgroup Are With the chemist icy type growth form that we've mentioned earlier something that I think a lot of people especially if you live in urban areas or have a sidewalk near your house can probably recognize so it fits into a couple of categories for me that I sort of came to appreciate early on and For whatever reason I really like we species and I really like plants that are small and so this is spit imperfectly for me. And in the fact that the Trans Pecos region of Texas. Which isn't that far away for. Me Is sort of the center of diversity for the group. That's sort of where the plants evolved initially he? The region has sort of a representative of all of the major lineages within this within the section. Oh that's really cool. And so they've just sort of radiated outwards from there and made their way up into the super tempered areas. I'm guessing now because of human activity can be found over a much wider range than the initially would have in a natural setting right right. I mean that that said the you know the the group is actually to diversified on its own worldwide. Yeah so I mean except for the Arctic climates course but yeah it especially in desert. The plants love desserts and really sort of exploded in biodiversity In desert regions around the world. That's excellent and in thinking about the success of a group like this that can conquer so many different types of habitats. I you just said the desserts I see them in temperate zones see them in wet habitats. See them in prairies. A lot of that comes down to the fact that they figured out how to utilize a lot of different types of photosynthetic systems. Right yes yes and actually it is the only see for Winnie edge in phobia and within the section. You actually have both see photosynthesis and an intermediate to photosynthesis which not many people know about. I didn't know that that the but yeah. So it's it's a cool sort of intermediary step that uses a a two carbon molecules sort of funnel the the Co two to the bundle sheath cells instead of a a c four molecule like malic acid and came ascites also has a single C. three plant. Euphoria and Gus Sir. So C four photosynthesis really did serve. Diversify I with this section in this film group he I may have mentioned And basically that sort of the old genus name for it so still switching taxing on gears a little bit if I if I say that that's okay. It's hard to keep up sometimes especially with such complexity in morphology in types in you know this is a group. People generally pay attention to so. Of course there's going to be a lot of changes and updates. But I'm GONNA on the subject of photosynthetic Percy it may be the only genus known that also had as pam it has all those for photosynthetic systems so like the the second species in Africa. He those are actually cam plants so like like tactile out West so you have a wad of diversity in this group as far as photosynthetic systems. It's pretty wild because you know they're plants. Photosynthesis is kind of the main stay of that entire lineage of organisms for the most part and to think about all of the variety in that system you could possibly have. I mean just the thought that there could be an intermediate step between this the C. Two thing that I had never even heard of before until now and I'm wondering if you know is there any indication of what the sort of the end type was for this group or for you phobia in general or is it kind of independent evolutionary trajectories depending on where these originated in how they diversified into what kinds of habitats right right so the the origin of euphoria in general? Masada occur in sort of the South Pacific islands around New Caledonia And it sort of a one of a most ancestoral fees. It's actually not a euphoria. It's I can't remember Gina's name off the top of my head but it has a site apium but it's not quite as well structured as a regular you forget ended sort of a sort of a shrub plants in in that area now the the origin of section in this film. I know a lot more about their a lot of really cool features that sort of unite this group but one of the main things is that I mean it it. It evolved from plants. That looked more. Like let's say the gophers purge so like four elaborate before the rigid That sort of SEO like structure the seventeen setiawah basically it. It has this of main stem with with alternate leaves But the emperor essence is sort of KSM with the world of leaves at the base and then it has Casal Branson's That sort of come off that importance and all on that occasion it has opposite leaves he in section and this film they only have opposite leaves. They don't have any alternate leaves at all and that sort of led to the speculation that basically announce analogous to a an import about SC group
NASA's new Mars rover gets a name — Percy, for short
"The Mars twenty twenty rover has a new name perseverance we are species of explorers and we will meet many set backs on the way to Mars however we can persevere Alex Mather from lake Braddock secondary school in Virginia reading part of his essay that won the rover naming contest sponsored by NASA the biggest most high tech rover ever sent to Mars perseverance is set to launch this July from the Kennedy
The First Milestone In The History of Economics
"You ever wonder we're economics. Came from yes or is that just us might just be also probably yes so the first ever work of economics that we know of was an ancient Greek poem from the Eighth Century BC it was called works and days by the poet. Hess Yod and and it wasn't anything like the more famous ancient Greek poems from that time like the Iliad or Odyssey poems about war and conquest Trojan horses and revenge. And seafaring thing. Yeah Hennessy. It's works in days was a different kind of poem. Here's how Stephen Matama. Historian of economic thought. Duke University describes it. It's not an epic tale. The you know there's no adventure there's no you know lovely young maiden waiting at the other end of the journey. It's just has. She had lecturing his brother. Tell him to quit being such a jerk nagging. Lovely young maiden isn't waiting at the end of my journey. It's the worst. So here's what was going on. Has Kids brother. Percy's was like the original slacker. The two brothers had inherited this biggest state from their parents but proceeds had blown his half of the wealth and was coming after US S. yet half bribing local Greek officials to give him more of it. Just had responded by doing what any of us would do lawyered up. No he invoked the mears's ears use and then wrote a long poem about the virtues of hard work as my second shaming Percy's and those corrupt local officials. That's right a Greek Greek poet telling his brother to stop being so lazy. freeloader is the first ever milestone in the history of economics the very first place where the kind of analytical reasoning reasoning used in economics is found. Stephen says what he's trying to do in part at least is explained to his brother. Y work work rather than a life of idleness is the appropriate way to live in the world. That we've been left in Stephen Just wrote a new book called the economics. gimmicks book from xenophon Decrypt Currency Two hundred fifty milestones in the history of economics. And the first of those milestones is has the odds works and days and the ideas that has got presents in his poem representing obviously primitive form of economics. But those ideas are still recognizable as concepts that are fundamental to economics
Meet Alice Ball, Unsung Pioneer In Leprosy Treatment
"Picture the world of chemical research through about nineteen ten I'm guessing that a young African American woman probably is not a big part of that mental picture right well she should be Alice ball was a chemist to develop the most effective treatment for leprosy in the early nineteen hundreds joining me now to talk about the story of Alice Paul and her legacy is doc my way of Bubba he's director of the ball method a short film about Alice Paul will be making its world premiere next week at the pan African Film Festival in Los Angeles bringing Alice ball out of the shadows of hidden figures full disclosure the film received a grant from for its development from the Sloan foundation that's also a contributor to science Friday that Miley joins us from Skype welcome to science Friday hi are things are going to have the let's start with the capsule summary who who was Alice Paul give us a little bit of thumbnail profile there yeah so ball with the American woman born in eighteen ninety two middle upper class family and she attended the university of Washington and graduated was two masters the two bachelor degree in pharmacy and after that she went to the university of Hawaii which used to be called the college of Hawaii back then and became the first woman to graduate with a master's degree in chemistry and then also end up being an instructor there as well how did she get so focused on helping people with leprosy well started with her teeth on my master's thesis and doctor here at home and who is an assistant surgeon and Kelly hospital where they should take care of patients is that Percy he rendered the service and he saw that the method does she was using on the copper plant on her thesis was could be helping could help them get injectable solution that you're looking for what do the leprosy patients family thing idea they have this plant and it sort of worked a little bit but not very well and she helped to start look for an injectable solution yes they used to apply it as the lotion colors but I wasn't very effective and then they tried giving it or leave but that would also make patients vomit and so document I knew that injectable solution was the key but the problem is that the term group or wasn't so you work wasn't been able to take by the human body so can somebody to help them to accomplish that because in those days if you had leprosy or dead person walking right you were yeah exactly when Alan yeah and so the Alice Paul work with people before they were sent off to this quarantine yes she she started working on it the summer of twenty nineteen fifteen and what happened was patients will get sent to Cali hospital stay there ranging from two weeks to a month and then when they were doing that they're not going to get better they'll get sent to the small island called Molokai where is that Saddam when called Kalaupapa and that settlement actually still has a lot of patience on it today SO you chronicle in the book how she sort of stumbled on the answer to making the injectable solution how how close is that to the truth I mean I know you have literary license and writing a plot for a movie but we were you able to find out what really happened yes right I think one of the current process of for her to find it was leading the that some good acid best thing called for overnight and so that was one of the things that I could show visually in the phone without getting too deep into the chemistry so that's basically what I had I was trying to connect and in fact we have a to give a little peek people it's a little taste of the film we have a that pivotal scene in which he has a flash of insight
Make the Planet Your Valentine (Chocolate, Jewelry + More)
"Hey Liza how's it going. Are you happy weekend and Yeah Day. It is almost Valentine's said husband's prepared Like no not at all. Oh man you know. My husband was a decent job in terms of that but I mean he and I are very much or very millennial like we very much like to spend money on experiences and all that type of thing so he'll occasionally get me flowers We try not to make a big deal out of it but I think really one of the reasons why we wanted to get this episode out. There was because we just keep having more and more questions. I mean as this podcast uncast grows which were so thankful for We get new questions in our inbox in our instagram. DM's every day and a heat. People have a lot of questions around around how to make sure they. Are you know participating in holidays like they normally do because they love to their loved ones expected but they also want to make sure or that they are doing right by the planet so where I think. Valentine's Day is a great way to get in there. Yeah so my favorite stats as usual. Valentine's nine days actually pretty be. I didn't realize how bigoted in terms of consumer spending last year In the US alone with spend over twenty billion dollars on Valentine's on stage and this is actually expected to grow to twenty seven billion dollars thirty thirty two percent growth. It's huge and on average consumers fighting to spend spend almost two hundred dollars one hundred ninety six dollars per person huge right after lot. That is for sure. So that's that's how important this episode. So hopefully you have to do just starting to think that's okay and we got you. This packed with actionable steps for you in terms the Paul. You can make a Valentine's Day just more along the lines of people asking US questions. We had one of our brightly scouts. Laura Beyeler who who actually asked us a few questions about chocolate because they need chocolate is something that people know to kind of expect and love and Valentine's Day and If you're not familiar with brightly scouts it's it's actually our ambassador program the only have for brightly echo. You can join listeners. If you're interested We gather a group of like minded change makers together. Are We have a slack. Channel where people are networking. They're finding new. Friends are fine on partners for different objects will yeah exists so fine and of course yes we. For in honor of participation we give people access to free products and events all sorts of fun things so it definitely Ah Yeah mentorship calls as well so yeah check it out and but any even if you're not our scout member give us a shout out you can record a voice message and ask US questions. Do I have a question for you today. About Chocolate I know that many big chocolate companies like Percy's Mars and camp worry have promised for close to twenty years now to in child labor and Dan to be more sustainable practices to make all of these positive changes really to no avail So I just think about that during holidays survey consumerism driven Like Valentine's Day where these companies make billions of dollars and I know that are spending as consumers immersed goes a long way but with something like chocolate that feels like such a commodity in America. Sometimes it feels like a losing battle So I guess my the question is what positive changes if any have these bigger. Chocolate companies made either in their Sustainability stain ability or in there just more main practices child labor etcetera And other than where we choose to buy and how we choose to the by. What can consumers do to make positive changes not just on Valentine's Day but beyond when it comes to chocolate
World Health Organisation delays call on coronavirus
"So the World Health Organization supposedly was gathering this past day why they were unable to come up with the decision I'm not exactly sure I guess they're saying there's a criteria that has to be met they say what they will decide today Thursday whether to declare a global emergency over the outbreak of this new flu like virus that originated in China but it's ready if they do it would be only the sixth international emergency to be declared in the last decade that would include the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Congo those Zeca virus in the Americas back in twenty sixteen the World Health Organization director general says the decision is one that we take extremely seriously he said that he's only prepared to make it with the appropriate amount of consideration and information it isn't any involving complex situation they held their day long meeting with a panel of experts in Geneva this past day so what is the definition of a global aboard a merging the according to the World Health Organization it is in it extraordinary event that constitutes a risk to other countries and requires coordinated international response the chairman of the emergency committee was ask what gave the panel applause for moving forward with that recommendation he said it was the question of assessment of severity N. transmissibility there's questions we don't have answers to yet there's three criteria apparently for an outbreak to be clever declared an international emergency first it must be an extraordinary event which that's what to me that's all subject to interpretation to begin with number two there must be a risk of international spread I think that's already been bad and number three a globally coordinated response would be required deaths from the new virus jumped to seventeen on Wednesday more than five hundred seventy cases conserve confirmed this particular virus previously unknown to scientists was thought to have started in an animal market in that central city of Wuhan a new case detected as far away as yes the United States Kentucky I believe is the latest now this province of Wuhan is closing their transport networks in the revising citizens not to leave the city according to the report it's yeah there well into a Thursday on that part of the world bus systems subway ferry and long distance passenger transport networks are being suspended US starting at ten o'clock this morning which I believe they're already passed that in China airports and train stations will be closed check out bound passengers they're essentially looking to quarantine the the Wuhan province I believe there's something we can do eleven million people that reside there other asking people not the leave the city without specific reasons they commended the the decision to close transport this is going to help the country try to contain the outbreak not only within China but hopefully minimize the chance of spread elsewhere most of the cases have been right there in that particular province but dozens of infections of popped up this week around the country they've got millions of people traveling for the lunar new year this was one of the world's largest and you will migrations of people as they call it but we know at this point Thailand has confirmed for cases we've got a case Taiwan South Korea Japan have all reported at least one case what I found interesting is that there are British experts now they're saying now there's an unconfirmed report of a case in Mexico but they're saying ten thousand people could already be infected but we can't rule out the possibility that there could already be a case in the U. K. this new strain is currently in their words quote as deadly as the Spanish flu epidemic the nineteen eighteen outbreak the most severe pandemic in recent history wiping out an estimated fifty million people across the world this expert at the imperial college of London says more deaths are to come as fellow experts said the outbreak has reached the threshold of an international public health emergency they're saying that before the World Health Organization actually even got under way yesterday they didn't they didn't Percy but that they could declare this virus a global health crisis as their experts hold their emergency meeting in Geneva again for whatever reason they held that on Wednesday the old make some sort of an official announcement they tell us today and they were talking early on about the eleven million people in that room Honda province being put on lockdown stop traveling avoid crowds so that's that is officially under way but I was looking at one of the headlines kind of breaking down that the scientists I guess I guess scientists around the world are looking at this virus and there's there's five questions that they're trying to get answers
"percy" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
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"percy" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
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"percy" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Circle were Percy read it crashed a Chevy Tahoe into a single family residence police say no one inside the home was injured but they were displaced after a building inspector determine that the damage left the home uninhabitable investigators said read admitted to using math before driving in drugs were found in sight his vehicle well a small earthquake yesterday in the area between San Jose and Morgan hill the CBS is Bob all the reports there are no reports of damage but seismologists say you should get ready for the big one that's for sure Mike Tisdale felt it just sitting at my desk working and you know we're in south San Jose right near the Morgan hill boundary all of a sudden just a very very sharp jolt went by it probably lasted less than a second there was a magnitude three point three earthquake that occurred about one forty five PM in California we do know it was felt in the greater San Jose area other than that there's been no reports of damage or injuries Jessica Turner with the USGS says yes three point three is small if you feel an earthquake today just make sure you have some sort of plan for the future make sure everything is bolted to the wall make sure nothing top heavy can fall on top of the list shaking it doesn't mean that they're going to be a large earthquake but you always want to be prepared for a larger that could happen in San Francisco by Butler KCBS shake alert it's the technology that's supposed to tell you when an earthquake is imminent will that work with the next one hits the bay area he CBS's Jim Taylor talked to the experts to million people in Los Angeles have downloaded the Sheik alert L. A. app so how to work in the last big earthquake there technically just fine but even people in ridgecrest say they didn't get a warning really really close to the earthquake itself you'll still get an alert you always will get an alert but the challenges is that you may get that alert after the shaking is over because of your distance the system itself doesn't have enough time to send out the alert because you're right on top of the earthquake Robert groups U. S. G. S. shake alert national coordinator he says a much better version is coming to the bay area in fact shake alert is already up and running in the bay area actually throughout the three west coast states reticular is being implemented in California Oregon and Washington it's currently being used in the bay area by bart to slow down trains when Sheik alerts are a issued in a couple of earthquake prone countries these apps in use are already very popular with the public in Japan that users can set the magnitude at which they want to be alerted that option not available on shake alert L. A. or my shake which is coming to the bay area the ability to change things on the user and currently on that's not able to happen so there's no user selectivity that said the bay area much like southern California are really at at a place we shake alert where it's ready they're ready to go could be up and running in a matter of months in Mexico five Bucks a year buys an app that will alert you of anything magnitude three or more Jim Taylor KCBS well stood alone that has created a huge burden on young people who are trying to stay ahead as they begin their professional lives after college B. area congressman Eric Swalwell is introducing a bill that would help ease that pain no student loan interest act would forgive all interest charges on existing federal.
"percy" Discussed on Binge Mode
"This is this is an inscription. What happens now what you do now? Honestly, I don't quite know how my brain, but I went. Contradicts Dumbledore would have been formed if the postal. I honestly, oh my. When you watching this happen from light somewhere behind you, where did you even think if light, nothing went through my brain from these words, came out of my face. Yes, Dumbledore would've invoked. As well as that anecdote indicates Percy has a uncommon sense of self-importance and is certainly a stickler for the rules. Some, you know, this might sound uncharitable would say, maybe he's a little tight and part of what makes him fascinating to watch in the films that he can convey even when he's not speaking through his body language through how he appears in the background and what that convey. So how did you find kind of the physicality of Percy which might see? Like a strange question. 'cause I don't know if people think of Percy as a, you know how her mind. He would describe chrome as a physical being. How did you find the body language of Percy. Well, it's very interesting. You seem so relaxed here and then person posts guy. He has. He has a road stuff to up. I believe. I mean, it's just that I mean, and the way we see because we don't have time or space in the films to explore a lot Percy thing. He's very much he's calling for one, no, not no is to be the voice authority that is dogmatically between the kids and the teachers and is directly related will because he's rolling big brother when you have so little time, you kind of have to just do it. It does become a character and is very much just stone very straight chest out, head up, kind of kind of snare kind of. Thing that the library was the trade Percy eyebrow? Yeah. I mean, it's just that's just him. Of all the scenes that you found, what was your favorite. You can pick more the one you can give favorites on this online. In the UK I pronounce it faculty FAQ fuck off..
"percy" Discussed on KFC Radio
"Is that our legal used to be illegal not then not to say you know but i mean you still have to learn how to operate in an illegal territory over the many people you know he's still has it actress because technically this is still a very very it's like the infancy of it being rangel so it's gonna be a lot of overlap from the sketchy world to the legitimate iras that i ain't that we have to know how to be a drug dealer whether or not you of drug dealers this klaiver you carry a gun do you have damn like a a team of of due to carry guy there you go that's what i have i have team of dudes hour i did not personally carry a gun that will not be appropriate for me yeah coming right remarks i'm a crazy percy at right now my judgment is not appropriate for that no not at all um and besides that you know the trigger thing i could be triggerhappy i dunno i know fence oil trusts who yeah okay good well there were on the same date so how is this start though like you you just like like we locked into the poor the newly to work in this but you start we knew kidger like are like being high then you like really dive into a you like you don't wanna take an interest in this anomaly awake learn how to make money of it well so basically that's what happens with anything i take an interest in or do in life if i'm doing it at all i take an interest in it to the point where i'm going to figure out a way to monetize and grow it because that has how i think uh but no i never smoked to after i was eighteen actually 'cause i wanted to go through high school this is also indicative have heightening not because i didn't want to smoke weed her there was everything wrong with it but because i wanted to go through high school did anybody hear that.
"percy" Discussed on Ridiculous History
"There were people living in a place called warren percy on sounds quite done it's arm when in paris he yet sounds like the kind of place where you can just pictures some medieval version of a norman rockwell i picture like sprite sin and spirits very ring rallying amongst the small people and in into water them percy in north yorkshire so here's what happened a group of archeologist in the modern age started digging into this idyllic town and they discovered a grisly secret it turned out for at least those three centuries we just named a members of warm percy were mutilating corpses essentially to prevent them from rising from the dead but like worse even then our stone age friends that we talked about a minute ago that was exclusively bashing and you know pulling off the skulls this was a a couple steps beyond that one year the recovered bones had signs of a break gauge knife marx and burning they've found remains from at least ten people ranging anywhere from the age of two to the age of fifty so there wasn't really a visible common denominator here and there were if this was a mass grave they were found buried in a pit nearer but not with in the church yard so when you're an archeologist in you discover a mass grave site near you have to wonder what happened though is this war time was it a sickness or these all criminals was at a sacrifice of some sort.
"percy" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"You can tweet him at tea party chief p p t p a r s i as in treated percy very welcome to the program are welcome back to the program it's been a while thank you so much for having me again you've got a is a brilliant piece that you wrote for the guardian and um last tuesday titled trump is conflicting john young with the tehran the results could be catastrophic newly out that argument for us yeah tell me what you saw trump has been doing i incidentally i wrote this morning i think a week before his latest tweet on this matter in which she was directly linking iran in north korea animal an argument was that he is deliberately conflating north korea with iran in iran with north korea uh in order to be able to maximize the chances of going forward with these uh very very uh hawkish arguments that he's presenting and while you have right now is that on october fifteen as the deadline for prison trump to certify that the iran is complying with their nuclear agreement he has a certified to congress now you on is complying with the agreement the ira has already written eight reports confirming as trump is very angry that he has to certify that but trump also has the option of saying yes they are come signed with the agreement but we still think it's not in the us is national interest to continue to lift sanctions on iraq if he does that and he's giving congress sixty days to reinstate sanctions on eur nifty do so the us is in violation of the deal the deal will potentially survived but never the less the us will have withdrawn from it uh and that's a very dangerous scenario because the two key things that's the deal achieved was that it took two very bad sonority is off the table the scenario the von having an access to nuclear bomb were a pathway to nuclear bomb and the scenario of the united states in the ongoing to war with each other again if you kill the deal what if you would draw from the deal dis too bad scenario has come back onto the table and that's where we are right now this may happen just in the.
"percy" Discussed on NASA ScienceCasts
"August's 2017 a big mud for astronomy presented by science at maps sky watchers in the united states have been waiting for this state for years on august 21st 2017 there's going to be a total eclipse of the sun with the path of totality stretching from oregon to south carolina people can see the eclipse from coast to coast the timing of the eclipse will provide the opportunity for viewers to see one of the biggest astronomical events of the century just a few weeks after enjoying one of the biggest meteor showers of the year every august earth passes through a stream of debris from comet swift huddle source of the annual percy it meteor shower this year the shower will peak on the night of august 11th twelfth and 13th although the common is far away currently located beyond the orbit of uranus a trail of debris from the comet stretches all the way around its orbit back to where it nears earth's orbit as our planet crosses the debris soon the upper atmosphere will be pelted by specs of comet us travelling one hundred in thirty two thousand miles per hour at that speed even a flimsy spec of dust makes a vivid streak of light when it disintegrates a meter because swift totals meteors streak out of the consolation percy is they're called percy ids astronomer bill cook of nasice in media roared environmenof this offers these observing tips if it's not cloudy get away from the bright lights lay on your back and look up remember to let your eyes get adjusted to the dark it takes about thirty minutes you'll see more meteors that way.
"percy" Discussed on GSMC Book Review Podcast
"So there are actually two percy jackson series and the first one follows percy jackson and his other friends percy jackson is a greek demigod he is the son of poseidon a and he finds his out when he is about over twelve and finds out that there's a camp half blood in upstate new york where greek demigods go m to be trained and because they attract monsters there's all of this this great myth and the follow g that happens in these books so the greek gods the olympians um are now above the empire state building mount olympus is now on the six hundred floor of the empire state building if you can take the elevator there you would end up on mount olympus they have moved west as western civilization has moved west and the god survive as long as people remember them as long as people you know have them in their collective consciousness and there are a lot of things in greek mythology and about the greek gods that are still very present in our western society in our western civilisation so the greek gods are alive and well and living above manhattan and they are continuing to populate the world with demigods who then have to go on qwest's and have to go out into the world and do these things they can't live normal lives because they are demigods they do attract immortal monsters in those sorts of things so they do eventually have to figure out a way to get to camp have blood were you know figure something out of they can survive in this world as the demigod.