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"peter lorre" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

07:46 min | 2 weeks ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"peter lorre" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

05:24 min | 5 months ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on WJR 760

"Restaurants have welcomed customers for the first time in a long time back into the Indoor portion of their Facilities. I'm looking at a photo on the free press now. The restaurant where yes, A woman is serving two customers. Both of them have no masks on On the food is just being put down in front of them. And what a mess. I don't know what it was going Well, I see you have another in the story. Luciano from Big Laura is in there. Uh, which is a restaurant. We go to a lot down here. Peter Lorre would fired Cucina. He's got a photo in there, too. So, yeah, 25%. Now restaurants can welcome and hopefully We won't have any big setbacks, and this will be the first step in a step continuing forward and not herky jerky. Open close stop, too. That's too many people. 25% is not a lot and the truth is from most restaurants. This is actually In some ways worse, right? Because I would think they've got to keep staff on. They've got to keep you know from From maintenance staff to waiters or waitresses. Two cooks to somebody to greet you all that thing. But yet if you only have 25 capacity percent capacity may not be able to pay everybody. It's not like restaurants run at a high mark up. Mean restaurants. I need to do heavy volume in order to make money. It's generally a pretty close to the few exceptions, but pretty close to the bottom line kind of business. So I think this is more about let's just start building our business back up for a lot of people than it is making money. I don't think this is a big old We're all good. Now we're flush down a 25%. But it's going to move with 25% 0, you know, come up with any of this to mass thing. Yeah, it was a different 35 25. That means if you had 35 people in the room 10, more people are actually in a big room. Is that really gonna make a difference? I don't think so. Only if they're yelling. We need more hot pepper here think it's also It's not so much the percentage of people and it's how you pack them in how close they sit to one another. Are they loud? Is it loud in your restaurant, and therefore people have to yell? To be heard over one another, have music playing and there, there's more spit flying through the air. That's all about microbes and glob, You'll Z and still no high school sports. And still no high school sports. Is a big rally over the weekend. Yeah, Kenny, you had something you wanted to share with us for the party and I'll sit here all segment. If you like that any time you want to do it this way, you want me to do this? But, you know, Friday, I talked about the Philadelphia Eagles new coach right, and I played to cut him. Yes, we were all predicting he might be gone by this week. Right? Philadelphia sports columnist Mike Selectee on the first press conference by the Eagles. This was his quote. It became a trendy coffee Shea nowadays to talk about a new coach, winning the press conference. Well on Friday, the press conference was Mike Tyson in Syriani was Michael Spinks. Yeah, You want to share a little of that for the people who missed it last time? Next thing that's very important to me is that we build a smart football team that we have a smart football team here and I know we have the people in place to do that. The first part of that the first part of being smart is knowing what to do. We're gonna We're gonna know we're gonna have systems in place that Are easier to learn. Alright, complicated to the defense or offense that they're going against the special teams group. They're going as but easy for us to learn, because when we can put that because we when we can learn our system and we can get good at our system, then our talent can take over less thinking equals talent take over, But we need to have systems in place and we will have systems in place to do so. Uh, the bar is high. Campbell was much better line stand camel. Absolutely Won that money at least fighting me, Captain Groin, uh, speaks I don't think that's going to last long until the bitch. I'm sorry. Was that the thing you've been waiting the whole show to do? No, I was just telling you. I just got this just came across. Okay. Just came across. So it's good, you know? No. Okay. Okay. Doesn't doesn't really know what I would call the show stopping number. Not what you win the first active with something Brian Williams, our friend, but we gotta get back on since he works Midnights. Now he's like on the midnight shift at MSNBC. Yeah. Pulling down the midnight he was all he was doing a clip about Trump and the McCarthy going to the meeting with him, So he was talking to the guest on there. You know that? Brian Williams. Has he settles like his real serious, right? So this is the set up for the clip. And this is what happened. We're all about to see something for the first time we have. What I'm told is the first video exclusive video out of this meeting today between McCarthy And Trump will watch it and react on the other side. I love you, you.

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"peter lorre" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:43 min | 9 months ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"And suspense episode of Mystery in the Air starring Peter Laurie. This was originally broadcast. September eighteenth nineteen, forty, seven black cat. Mystery in the air starring Peter Lorre. The. Sense of this talk that you'll be hanged by the neck until you went bad. And may God. Have mercy on your soul. Off. No I need to pick no solicit belief where this wild story I. would be mad expected it yet mad. I'm not in very surely I do not dream. But. While there is still time, I don't know why I I feel compelled to report a series. Of Mea, household of insinger consequences, these events have terrified have tortured half destroyed me. Perhaps someone more calm, more more logic but certainly, far less excitable than I will be able to explain the my I cannot. I can only tell you the fact. That, I have to do today because tomorrow. I die. Each week at this time Peter Laurie in the excitement of the great stories of the strange and unusual. Of Dot Com compelling masterpieces called from the four corners of world literature. Tonight. Edgar Allan Poe's immortal American classic the black. Cat. No believe me that there was nothing absolutely nothing in my childhood which which forecast terrible events that become know as a child. I was very gently I got along well with everyone but. Most I like animals gas..

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"peter lorre" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:57 min | 10 months ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"All of bad things. Oh it's terrible being nothing but figures, you know wax museum be staring at this all day long enough to one of them not one ever suspects. Still Alive. Peter Laurie and the excitement of the great stories of the strange and unusual world. Of Dark and compelling masterpieces called from the four corners of world. Literature. Tonight the mask of Medusa by Nelson. Bond. Mystery in the air, starring Peter Lorre. Do you like this little fellow He's Nice. Cal I. Don't believe he ever did anything. Wrong. You always the same you heard the lecture at every one of these figures, the likeness of a real murder, maybe this little angel poisoning. Again we needed he is innocent looking always accept his eyes they go right through. And Morons. Kanthi. Cu Hamster. Supposed not. But I'd like to be alive again on. Life again. I'm alive right now but I'd be better off dead I can hear I can see I can feel like in thing, but I cannot move I cannot move with. I'm and if you will regard these recent specimens and if I may say, so myself masterpieces. That's strange looking. How does watching him and he will Thank you madam that's true. Compliment to my artists free. But I, assure you the gentleman did not move his eyes that would be utterly impossible. Her is made of wax and other substances known only to Myself Robbie I'm Englishman and you call me I'm sorry if the realism of my exhibits is played tricks with your imagination mation. Succinctly as represented Madame May I, return your price of admission. Oh you. ooh ooh thank you so much perhaps if I might suggest a little fresh air. I I do think. These gusty crimes of course, I believe I have a cup of. To Resume Ladies and gentlemen. If you will step over this way this way please you will see exhibit number three, the infamous exit.

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"peter lorre" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Don't can the original Frankenstein. The the character was named Fritz not. Could you. I'm sorry. You'll have to take me. Please go. Home. Up. This creates. Concern is Peter Lorre talk every filming with. You you get Boise in here. Sorry. But you. Have to come with me. Excuse me Hopi my animals. Master Sitcom with me boy. Out. To the W toasted. Doing, everybody wasn't going to tell you A. Little Bit but somebody sent me that email of Cosco Ken. Got Him and. But you know where to sit on Hanako hat. Long that is. The first ninety nine times. That was only twelve times. Know Count. It Ain't ninety nine, but there's. More though thank you, thank you ignore. You are the winner tonight. Yeah, you got the man to shut the fuck up. Let me subbiah price for that. Would gets the last one that him before turned off the one you. You're the winner Sarah. You're the one that finally got on my God Damn? Congratulations. You Win. Given us what we ask for. Being nice to us. Let me see what was that? Yes, people was talking about sending. US emails so look. Whether you're sending us an email, but what does ask for? Are you want to send us an email for anything? I'M GONNA send that in. Is another thing tonight? We're going to be reading some emails while we take commercial breaks like we do every night, so need for you to do your part and then is to pull out your keyboard I'm going to do my part until you within those in that is K.. COOYMANS AT MAIL DOT COM. That's Casey Oh in C. at G. Dot, com, your email us with any questions, comments, compliments, insults, input and advice hit us up on the social media's. INSTAGRAM twitter facebook. There's all the details right the happiest down memorized. Love it use it. To bid. By the way too for them to. This in. Other word.

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"peter lorre" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

14:00 min | 1 year ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"TV. And what are you trying to. Xavier kind of richer can have a certain protocol to it so you could have a certain exercise regime. Okay Yeah there you go all right so so to get into countermeasures fully. Understand what you do for this particular element of Human Research Let's go into your backgrounds. Laura why don't you start what's your what's your background and has it really to counteract for sure. I'm a mechanical engineer from University of Akron and I came to NASA as an intern working Shuttle Training Propulsion Asian and then Over time I changed to teach the International Space Station and with the project manager for developing the simulator emulator for the first I assessed crew and trained the second class for that I I S S crew. So it's been a long time so I really I appreciate spaceflight at operational aspects and I wanted to come to the human research program to get early in the program to really make a difference in changing things before the vehicles built before things are locked down. Okay yeah because when you said you were training crew so naturally you have that human human interaction when it comes to how people you know interpret how to train with certain things so you have that human element and incorporating that ahead of time naturally make sense hence right you wanna design something that maybe might not be or might instead of designing something that is the most efficient for what it is to do is the most efficient but with incorporating that human factor absolutely we with countermeasures. We don't think about just our specific element. We think about the big picture so we might think about human factors how that plays into the countermeasure So it's not just a physiological but physiological human factors together. Okay now Peter What how about you. What's your background well? I'm an Indie from the University of Copenhagen and But I actually started my space interest long before that when I was was ten years of age. Sixty three watching or actually listening to at that time John Glenn during his first orbits around the Earth and that inspired me for my who live and when I became an Md.. I looked up a certain research group in Denmark. There was only one space medicine because then markets more country so we were the only ones and I worked in that group and Carter became the leader of that group for many years before I came to NASA about nine years ago ago so before that I did the research on the space station before that on the Russian space station Mir and before that again on the shuttle so uh-huh Cardiovascular Research Understanding fundamentals of gravity and microgravity on could cartoon ESTA system very important research. So you did research on You have a kind of an understanding of what's happening to the human body in space and naturally you being part of the countermeasures. Part of things it's figuring out ways on how to counteract that yeah in Europe was more fundamental understanding the basic at your reputation of the cardiovascular system to to weightlessness So when I came to NASA it was more kind of using that knowledge as well as artificial article knowledge to counteract the negative health effects of space flight flight. So that's why I actually went to heaven more applied uproot. Okay now. It's worth mentioning Peter that you've been on the podcast before me. And he had a great discussion on what we were going to the hazards of human spaceflight. And we talked about exactly what you're talking about. How gravity affects the human body in space? I think the last and this might be an update. Correct me if I'm wrong but you are are now a professor at the Center for Space Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. Alright well congratulations. Thank you very much. How do you split your time? How do you do professor and do Nassar Search or are they very much interwoven? Totally okay. And that's why I it requires a little more work to because I have to do lectures and papers that I didn't indeed do before In my capacity as professor at Baylor call so medicine but I enjoy doing. It actually improves. My work at NASA administering scientifically to lower the economies our program project for you and here's compromise element in the human resource program. I'm learning the learning. beat the AKRONS and how things were but I think getting them. Yeah me too. I'm always learning Now let's let's get into it. Let's go into exactly as you guys are doing human health countermeasures. Laura what is this organization. What are you focusing on with it? Well Peter Nike Co lead the element Peter Peter Develops the scientific strategy so everything we do is based on sound scientific thought and principles and then We work together to turn those use in to An implementation plan and so the implementation is a little bit more in in mice. My side of things So he challenges me on a daily basis You know how to get the most science in with the research platform that we have available including the International Space Station but we have research platforms on the ground as well. Okay so let's go into the implementation a little bit more. What is it exactly that you are implementing? What are the things? You're focusing on to figure out what these countermeasures won't countermeasures. We need for successful spaceflight. So based on his scientific diffic- strategy. We put together something that might get for for example if the countermeasure is projected to be hardware than put together hardware validation. Dacian plan to make sure that the hardware will work. So we've got enough things in the schedule enough resources enough for the right skill sets pulling in so that at the end of the day when when it's time to deliver it to the right program the hardware or software or whatever. The countermeasure is it's gone through Rigorous Engineering Thought Process. Okay so Peter Lorre mentioned that the decisions made on what to implement. It has to be based on sound on science. So what how do you define that. What is the sound science That you're looking at the science is one of those miss mystic words. Swear by you can hide behind. Seem very clever and nobody understands what you actually means. Appeal use word ruinously many times. It just means knowledge you can trust. Let's so how do I gain notice I can trust. Meaning it's been all kinds of questions As to when you got this knowledge you measure it. What are the inaccuracies did you take? Isn't that into account. I mean take that into consideration and controlling for all the unknowns is good science so my job is to make sure that we are following the best practice of science. That's already been done in the United States particularly the emperor in the Western World Making sure that those procedures are used also at NASA at an adequate level even maybe and also making sure Oh that these best practices other being implemented into if something is is in an analog in this way and that's where Laura helps me making sure sure that is happening because she knows how to do that. I don't know that I know what the best practices. What kind of science and Christians? Who have to ask? She knows what can be done or not on how Oh to keep on schedule. That's very important to me because I'm always out of schedule. I don't keep the skills but she does and also making sure that you can actually fry this experiment on the ISS. If I wish to bring up an elephant instead of a mouse to to some things he will not possible then our last for having giraffes you you say no and then we end up human beings water so this is kind of the practical way of doing things at the medicine acting makes an excellent contribution to mhm so great science. Naturally that has to be done on the International Space Station. The the problem is the best science you know. We know it's my job to know how to do of that journal but how it is sometimes different because you have constraints doing eurospace lights also very operational. They're very many are known. Two other considerations The management system may not all engine young leadership system may not always know that you know be able to implement the best practices right. This is so we have to compromise and find out that it makes the whole thing worth wide or not so. That's actually the most difficult decisions. Sometimes so Laura what are the constraints of spaceflight make maybe doing research on the International Space Station a little bit harder. But I think Peter alluded to it. there's you know size you know. Is it something that is. It's possible to do on the International Space Station you know. The weight The schedule we normally Have proposals about eighteen months before there's enough time time to work through the implementation There's also typically we don't think about a particular study we often are thinking of a series of studies and how they come come together to answer specific milestones. And so it's it's not just studied by study but is there enough. I think a lot of the implementation is is there enough time to get the research questions we need answered while we have assess available. It's an important platform them for long duration We need to make sure that the research gets done during the timeframe we have This important research platform. Yeah time time that the research platform will exist as a platform But I'm sure time is also a constraint when it comes to astronauts right. You're not the only ones trying to do. Research on the International Final Space Station. You have to make sure that it's going to be something that the astronauts will be able to conduct in their own very tight schedules Something I know is is a big constraint so naturally do a bunch of. You can't do everything that you want on the International Space Station. Where else could you test? Some of the countermeasures was that you would like to do well. We have something called analogs and you were actually learned when I came to NASA headquarters kind of simulation models in Europe and we assimilate the effects of weightlessness by May for the major parts by using hit down Petra's understanding the body and shifting the flute reports by a slight tool of six down. And that is being used. Because you can do it for long durations north lungs on the Isis but maybe for sixty ninety days yes and It gives you a lot of the fix physiologically that you will see. During unloading in weightlessness there are limitations to the model but you can actually exploit those limitations in understanding the mechanisms. If you know what are the differences from that simulation model to actually what's happening opening in weightlessness and seeing differences in outcomes official article variables. So it's a good model hit out war. Immersion has also been used but only for short periods in Russia. They did it for you know. Floating war is actually being very much like weightlessness. And they've done it for a couple of weeks but it's a very difficult model because you can't measure many things on the water It's more difficult than doing it in space. Actually but but these are dry. Mercian is is a model whereby you are not getting wetter search but still much more complicated to do research being submerged in water. Either those dreamers sheet sheet protecting the body against the water. The more pressure on your body and So we have chosen to do the hit down a bit study as an analog. So what questions are you asking. In these analogues that specifically relate to count measures. We have selected official article systems that Russell -ceptable to honor loading so they'll be multiple skeletal system a muscle bone because you on road from feet to hit. But you're still loaded actually from front to back but as Muslims than when you upright and walking and so if you are recumbent Inactive in a bitter sitting morning with fruit juice you can simulate many of the aspects of demilitarization of the bones as well as atrophy of the muscles and then using certain certain exercise techniques in a hospital position on a treadmill will loading with springs. You can actually simply what's going on on the treadmill is says they up. I see how efficient countermeasures work and protect boone and model. So that's one thing that's very kind of big thing and we have been very successful with that but you have to taste it. Finally on Isis. After doing you are not a lot but you can prepare for it. And you can prepare for the prescription to be tested on I assists to say crew term time and then also Understanding the flu chief the magnitude of flu shift into the hit because as you probably well know and this is our top priority Roy t to understand why the increased pressure in the head of the fluids effect the eye and how to fix and the brain so We're doing that now. We can also do that in a bit reciting This is a very recent breakthrough actually since the last post cat. PODCAST and That we can create manifestations of the Those Acura changes court the space slide Associated Neuro Orkla Syndrome very complicated the Saints Syndrome. That is how to fix the I and the vision we can do that and bitterest and use it as a precursor to log force based on. Wow so okay now. What about and this? You're thinking about. You mentioned something..

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"peter lorre" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

Houston We Have a Podcast

13:32 min | 1 year ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on Houston We Have a Podcast

"TV. And what are you trying to. Xavier kind of richer can have a certain protocol to it so you could have a certain exercise regime. Okay Yeah there you go all right so so to get into countermeasures fully. Understand what you do for this particular element of Human Research Let's go into your backgrounds. Laura why don't you start what's your what's your background and has it really to counteract for sure. I'm a mechanical engineer from University of Akron and I came to NASA as an intern working Shuttle Training Propulsion Asian and then Over time I changed to teach the International Space Station and with the project manager for developing the simulator emulator for the first I assessed crew and trained the second class for that I I S S crew. So it's been a long time so I really I appreciate spaceflight at operational aspects and I wanted to come to the human research program to get early in the program to really make a difference in changing things before the vehicles built before things are locked down. Okay yeah because when you said you were training crew so naturally you have that human human interaction when it comes to how people you know interpret how to train with certain things so you have that human element and incorporating that ahead of time naturally make sense hence right you wanna design something that maybe might not be or might instead of designing something that is the most efficient for what it is to do is the most efficient but with incorporating that human factor absolutely we with countermeasures. We don't think about just our specific element. We think about the big picture so we might think about human factors how that plays into the countermeasure So it's not just a physiological but physiological human factors together. Okay now Peter What how about you. What's your background well? I'm an Indie from the University of Copenhagen and But I actually started my space interest long before that when I was was ten years of age. Sixty three watching or actually listening to at that time John Glenn during his first orbits around the Earth and that inspired me for my who live and when I became an Md.. I looked up a certain research group in Denmark. There was only one space medicine because then markets more country so we were the only ones and I worked in that group and Carter became the leader of that group for many years before I came to NASA about nine years ago ago so before that I did the research on the space station before that on the Russian space station Mir and before that again on the shuttle so uh-huh Cardiovascular Research Understanding fundamentals of gravity and microgravity on could cartoon ESTA system very important research. So you did research on You have a kind of an understanding of what's happening to the human body in space and naturally you being part of the countermeasures. Part of things it's figuring out ways on how to counteract that yeah in Europe was more fundamental understanding the basic at your reputation of the cardiovascular system to to weightlessness So when I came to NASA it was more kind of using that knowledge as well as artificial article knowledge to counteract the negative health effects of space flight flight. So that's why I actually went to heaven more applied uproot. Okay now. It's worth mentioning Peter that you've been on the podcast before me. And he had a great discussion on what we were going to the hazards of human spaceflight. And we talked about exactly what you're talking about. How gravity affects the human body in space? I think the last and this might be an update. Correct me if I'm wrong but you are are now a professor at the Center for Space Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. Alright well congratulations. Thank you very much. How do you split your time? How do you do professor and do Nassar Search or are they very much interwoven? Totally Okay and that's why it requires more work to because I have to do lectures and papers that I didn't indeed do before In my capacity as professor at Baylor call so medicine but I enjoy doing. It actually improves. My work at NASA administering scientifically to lower the economies our program project for you and here's compromise element in the human resource program. I'm learning the learning. beat the AKRONS and how things were but I think getting them. Yeah me too. I'm always learning Now let's let's get into it. Let's go into exactly as you guys are doing human health countermeasures. Laura what is this organization. What are you focusing on with it? Well Peter Nike Co lead the element Peter Peter Develops the scientific strategy so everything we do is based on sound scientific thought and principles and then We work together to turn those use in to An implementation plan and so the implementation is a little bit more in in mice. My side of things So he challenges me on a daily basis You know how to get the most science in with the research platform that we have available including the International Space Station but we have research platforms on the ground as well. Okay so let's go into the implementation a little bit more. What is it exactly that you are implementing? What are the things? You're focusing on to figure out what these countermeasures won't countermeasures. We need for successful spaceflight. So based on his scientific diffic- strategy. We put together something that might get for for example if the countermeasure is projected to be hardware than put together hardware validation. Dacian plan to make sure that the hardware will work. So we've got enough things in the schedule enough resources enough for the right skill sets pulling in so that at the end of the day when when it's time to deliver it to the right program the hardware or software or whatever. The countermeasure is it's gone through Rigorous Engineering Thought Process. Okay so Peter Lorre mentioned that the decisions made on what to implement. It has to be based on sound on science. So what how do you define that. What is the sound science That you're looking at the science is one of those miss mystic words. Swear by you can hide behind. Seem very clever and nobody understands what you actually means. Appeal use word ruinously many times. It just means knowledge you can trust. Let's so how do I gain notice I can trust. Meaning it's been all kinds of questions As to when you got this knowledge you measure it. What are the inaccuracies did you take? Isn't that into account. I mean take that into consideration and controlling for all the unknowns is good science so my job is to make sure that we are following the best practice of science. That's already been done in the United States particularly the emperor in the Western World Making sure that those procedures are used also at NASA at an adequate level even maybe and also making sure Oh that these best practices other being implemented into if something is is in an analog in this way and that's where Laura helps me making sure sure that is happening because she knows how to do that. I don't know that I know what the best practices. What kind of science and Christians? Who have to ask? She knows what can be done or not on how Oh to keep on schedule. That's very important to me because I'm always out of schedule. I don't keep the skills but she does and also making sure that you can actually fry this experiment on the ISS. If I wish to bring up an elephant instead of a mouse to to some things he will not possible then our last for having giraffes you you say no and then we end up with water so this is kind of the practical way of doing things at the medicine acting makes an excellent contribution to mhm so great science naturally that has to be done on the International Space Station. The the problem is the best science you know. We know it's my job to know how to do of that journal but how it is sometimes different because you have constraints doing eurospace lights also very operational. They're very many are known. Two other considerations The management system may not all engine young leadership system may not always know that you know be able to implement the best practices right. This is so we have to compromise and find out that it makes the whole thing worthwhile or not so. That's actually the most difficult decisions. Sometimes so Laura what are the constraints of spaceflight make maybe doing research on the International Space Station a little bit harder. But I think Peter alluded to it. there's you know size you know. Is it something that is. It's possible to do on the International Space Station you know. The weight The schedule we normally Have proposals about eighteen months before there's enough time time to work through the implementation There's also typically we don't think about a particular study we often are thinking of a series of studies and how they come come together to answer specific milestones. And so it's it's not just studied by study but is there enough. I think a lot of the implementation is. Is there enough time to get the research questions. We need answered while we have assess available. It's an important platform mm-hmm for long duration We need to make sure that the research gets done during the timeframe we have This important research platform. Yeah time time that the research platform will exist as a platform But I'm sure time is also a constraint when it comes to astronauts right. You're not the only ones trying to do. Research on the International Final Space Station. You have to make sure that it's going to be something that the astronauts will be able to conduct in their own very tight schedules Something I know is is a big constraint. So naturally you know you can't do a bunch of you can't do everything that you want on the International Space Station. Where else could you test? Some of the countermeasures was that you would like to do well. We have something called analogs and you were actually learned when I came to NASA headquarters kind of simulation models in Europe and we assimilate the effects of weightlessness by May for the major parts by using hit down Petra's understanding the body and shifting the flute reports by a slight tool of six down. And that is being used. Because you can do it for long durations north lungs on the Isis but maybe for sixty ninety days yes and It gives you a lot of the fix physiologically that you will see. During unloading in weightlessness there are limitations to the model but you can actually exploit those limitations in understanding the mechanisms. If you know what are the differences from that simulation model to actually what's happening happening in weightlessness and seeing differences in outcomes official article variables. So it's a good model hit out war. Immersion has also been used but only for short periods in Russia. They did it for you know. Floating war is actually being very much like weightlessness. And they've done it for a couple of weeks but it's a very difficult model because you can't measure many things on the water It's more difficult than doing it in space. Actually but but these are dry. Mercian is is a model whereby you are not getting wetter search but still much more complicated to do research being submerged in water. Either those dreamers sheet sheet protecting the body against the water. The more pressure on your body and So we have chosen to do the hit down a bit study as an analog. So what questions are you asking. In these analogues that specifically relate to count measures. We have selected official article systems that Russell -ceptable to honor loading so they'll be multiple skeletal system a muscle bone because you on road from feet to hit but you're still loaded actually from front to back but as Muslims than when you upright and walking and so if you are recumbent Inactive in a bitterest sitting morning with fruit juice you can simulate many of the aspects of demilitarization of the bones as well as atrophy of the muscles and then using certain certain exercise techniques in a hospital position on a treadmill will loading with springs. You can actually simply what's going on on the treadmill is says they up. I see how efficient countermeasures work and protect boone and model. So that's one thing that's very kind of big thing and we have been very successful with that but you have to taste it. Finally on Isis. After doing you are not a lot but you can prepare for it and you can prepare for the prescription to be tested on assists to say crew term time and then also Understanding the flu chief the magnitude of flu shift into the hit because as you probably well know and this is our top priority Roy t to understand why the increased pressure in the head of the fluids effect the eye and how to fix and the brain so We're doing that now. We can also do that in a bit reciting This is a very recent breakthrough actually since the last post cat..

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"peter lorre" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Judge the Japan Alawite after a good night played by William Randolph early roster Richard lagrange this is John wall saying good night for the Kraft Foods company makers of the famous line of crap quality food products tomorrow night William Bendix of the L. Jolson's guest on the crap music call heard over this NBC station I listen in next Wednesday and every Wednesday for the further adventures of the great Gildersleeve this is NBC news the national broadcasting company and that's the great Gildersleeve from October twenty ninth nineteen forty seven it's called the Halloween party starring help Terry and in that cast their queue Brian Ross Lillian Randolph Louise Erickson Richard like brand and Walter Tetley Walter Tetley was leroy that was sponsored by Kraft is heard on N. B. C. well in just a few minutes we'll tune into mystery in the air starring Peter Lorre stick around more Hollywood three sixty after these important messages experts are predicting a brutal cold and flu season that number one flu symptom is fever so use a thermometer proven accurate by more than seventy clinical studies we can't always predict the flu season but we can always prepare for it with the ex Surgeon temporal scanner meet ana sees sleeping while wearing an always overnight pads again when she's having a good night's sleep she talks thinking I'm a fraud a lot and she's sleeping really well you said you'd come.

"peter lorre" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

13:20 min | 1 year ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on KGO 810

"On in hello out your mortgage your honor and Peter Lorre you do sound like Peter Lorre that's a pretty good impression thank you so much Harry you tonight that's good he also some a little bit like Morgus but that's not my gas are not guessing that you're more guests I'm good how are you and I'm AT semanales actress fine experiences to gap there well now when you say we found on what you're fine experiences together can you elaborate on that or does that give you away well what we shed light on a lot of issues that other people don't like to talk about well that's our program that's what we do I'm going to guess that the you might be Charles R. Smith now now now he he he doesn't he that he doesn't excite me the way you use jail and and then just line up the holes god I went went when you and I are together are you Richard Dolan the ufologist or you you you call all over the place for you don't you don't know me George come on we we we have a lecture fine experiences we shed light on things I don't know who you are all right tell me who are you still fortune there good job Mister E. M. P. okay I got stumped well I'm one for one how you doing I'm great how are you I'm doing just fine it's wonderful autumn night around the North Carolina house the grid is it holding up for us what's the latest on legislation to get this thing and all related a lot of good things have been happening all at forty six months I mean if we had an hour to sometime soon we'll talk about it but you got allow you got an hour right now hearing rate no okay I did Tom tell you how long you're going to be on no Conyers said you're Peter Lorre sending all year round third hour we're taking calls with you at the half so you're not going anywhere okay that means I put the coffee pot on that's right do it the main thing is what do you see we're starting to hear more about what are called closed loop systems meaning internal loop being with and a military base that is clearly cut off from from outside resources so it cannot be attacked my own college my tree college in North Carolina we've gone from two four we had four majors four years ago we have two hundred plus majors now who are studying cyber security issues and even private industry is starting to get and so what so it's coming and but well I want to say our politics so we we do have to give the current administration a lot of credit for starting to take this thing seriously well in it's a huge huge story it's something that's got to be fixed well there are estimates that upwards of two hundred thousand people are going to be needed across the next ten years who's the specialization is the cyber security E. M. P. C. M. A. things like that to in fact the military is even now starting to there's a couple different battalions that that's their specialization you're going to pass the time disposal are the medical or logistics or something like that they're now specializing in electronic warfare and also how to repair a great after it's gone down I was thinking of you a couple weeks ago bill when California's of P. G. in the power company start shutting down the power all over the place and people are going crazy they're going nuts and that's you know only for a very temporary time god knows what would happen when it's anything longer than that welcome to the future yeah what was that estimate that you used in terms of how many Americans could die within a year if the power stayed off if the power was taken out completely by an EMT or I made electro magnetic poles yeah we're solar flare of solar flare casualties could run as high as ninety percent in the first year of the entire population of the dump three hundred million Americans two hundred and seventy million would die over a year yes chase and people wonder how I mean because we won the first set with that number you go all my god what warm waters is four K. going to employ Latin sound like Peter war you talking about it's that was a good puller Laurie too by the way I was I I lie I will use one of my favorite all time actors start with water supply with van for some it's instantaneous promotes within a Max of three or five day they'll be out of water once you're out of water you're also out of sanitation gastrointestinal illness average town has about twenty to twenty five days worth of food on hand then that's gone medical supplies in particular some very crucial ones that are delivered almost on a daily basis major pain killers things like that that they don't keep in stock because the security gasoline would shut down gasoline pumps ward you know when you when I first started talking ten years ago we talked about the possibility upwards of ninety percent of automobiles might be rendered inoperative I don't know now but let's say twenty five percent were rendered inoperative imagine being on the beltway at four thirty in the afternoon and one out of every four are suddenly stopped yeah then you're behind it when you're behind it look look about her rific tragedy in just a couple days ago I'd have slot that is suddenly burst into flames I could not open the door which I I do have to err on the side why did they shoot the window out or something what would your are something that or maybe it happened too fast eight a or should a had a window breaker on the inside well but not everybody not everybody has one of those you know about a month ago I read an article that at that moment the most airplanes and history were in the air at that moment they all they all go down with me any anything more glass cockpit I would use is starting with seven three seven I would not want to be a once called the glass shop which means not are the days of analog instrumentation and hook up it's all electronic that goes in in in planes that might be capable of landing you couldn't land because you can only land a couple plans at a time on a runway exactly you you look at okay the last time you flew into one of the major Hobbs you know Charlotte whatever I'm going to Chicago tomorrow are you I've got a events at a health show then you know how busy that airport is watch how many P. planes are in the air simultaneous with you would you turn left our condo final and imagine suddenly if everything shut off down they go down they go I I do have to tell you the also that wasn't the president in the year two thousand sixteen debates wasn't he a little more aggressive talking about the grid than he is now yeah and that that those frustrate me because I think we are all so I don't want to get into politics too much but we are all set up be it to the left or to the right what a great block that seems to be focused on one issue on one issue only there are so many others that we'd rather be dealing what and I'm amazed the country even functions the way everything seems to be just the hand cuffs it's it's it's crazy it again without being political have left or right I can you know I'm nonpartisan and guy trying to go right down the middle calling these things as a C. but for four years we have had a stagnant country because of all this other stuff that's going on I I mean it's just about the point now the only thing that the Senate can do is order a pizza yeah it's and then delivered to the wrong house yeah you probably got thirty eight some guy from Nebraska I did order these it this type of gridlock has to stop we're gonna kill ourselves with the Russians with the Russians or the Chinese if we announced the program tonight to insulate our power grid because of concerns of those two things we've always talked about the MP from a rogue nation detonating a new can the atmosphere or solar flare from the form from the sun would they consider that an act of war if we said we're going to insulate our power grid used to be a bank considered an act of war yeah not now not now it's survival and we're so G. five systems going in the place the Chinese are getting out of us and if they truly get ahead of those as far as five G. goes there and also quantum mechanics computing systems we're in very bad shape what's our friend Peter pry up to these days I'm not spoken with him recently but my god you mention Peter pride those not familiar with them he is a true godfather of the issue of V. M. P. and C. M. A. Y. E. L. lonely war for last twenty five years he's the one that inspired me to write one second after are you still out of I hope some day he gets the reward you should yes yeah I do too the guy's a patriot and a hero as far as I'm concerned oh my god yes are you you I don't know about you but I get out of cases every two or three days of placing the cues from work it's not that difficult to get this legislation passed if we could get through Congress to work together on both sides of the fence and get this done it could go fast could not yeah let's let's use it very I love talking about analogies for example my daughter's going to going to surgery today minor situation still get the top there and everything else but still I want to the surgeon this one I said you know we can not five hundred dollars off this bill for forget the anesthesia what kind of animal would you think I was right you're crazy I'd have to lend you the five hundred for crying out loud well anybody ward we're doing the same bloody thing when it comes to our electronic system that year will do but we'll just barely get the same covered rather than get it covered properly and when you run out the calculations for EMP protection CME protection cyber security there runs several hundred dollars a year per person that's cheaper than one month of most of our medical extra expenses and and I'm I'm gonna say it anybody who's been in a power outage even for a couple hours wow Ortiz how much inconvenience it is just a couple hours.

"peter lorre" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Peter Lorre and the excitement of the great stories of the strange and unusual world of darkened compelling masterpieces code from the four corners of world literature or. tonight the mask of medusa by now some bond. Mr me in the. Darling. read that I do like this little fellow he's nice yeah I don't believe he ever did anything wrong. and always the same you heard that actors dated everyone of these figures is the likeness of a real murder maybe this little angel point is right. he is still innocent looking but they always are fifties hi they go right to. area ten morons can you see your hamster Nora suppose not him hi July to be alive again on. if it came in I'm alive right now but I'd be better off dead I came here I can see I can feed I can think of and I can not moving. not moving on hold. right if you will regard these recent specimens and if I may say so myself that must. what's the matter. I thank you madam that's a true compliment to my office but I assure you the gentleman did not move his eyes that would be utterly impossible he is made of wax and other substances known only to myself. I mean my man I'm sorry if the realism of my exhibits is played tricks with your imagination imagination. all of that my exhibit is exactly as represented may I return your price of admission here you are. now perhaps if I might suggest a little fresh air I I do well you know of course I don't have a. ladies and gentlemen if you would step over this way this way please you will see a number three. the woman that.

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"peter lorre" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Week at this time Peter Lorre in the excitement of the great stories of the strange and unusual or. compelling masterpieces code from the four corners of world literature or. tonight the mask of medusa by now some bond. mystery in the. I do like this little fellow he's nice yeah I don't believe he ever did anything wrong. and always the same you have the lecture stated everyone of these figures is the likeness of a real murder maybe this little angel point is right. he is still innocent looking but they always are I thank all right. ten Mar owns can you see your homes no I suppose not him hi July to be alive again. Kane I'm alive right now but I'd be better off dead I came here I can see I can feed I can thing and I cannot move back. I'm not moving on hold. how. if you will regard these recent specimens and if I may say so myself that monster pieces. what's the matter. thank you madam that's a true compliment to my artistry but I assure you the gentleman did not move his eyes that would be utterly impossible he has made of wax and other substances known only to myself. I manage my mad I'm sorry if the realism of my exhibits has played tricks with your imagination imagination things. that might have been this exactly as represented may I return your price of admission here you are. now perhaps if I might suggest a little fresh air I I I I do think what you know of course we don't.

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"peter lorre" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

10:40 min | 2 years ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on Unspooled

"Great is five thirty eight. Would they shoot him in ways where he looks taller and they just cast all these little people around him. You know peter lorre is really short. I am of sesame because they feel his pants panther up so high. There's a lot of things that are doing to obscure the fact and i always think oh that poor actors and my wife is an actress and she is he's not even lost parts but not even been able to go past the first round of auditions because they will go to tall then and that's the thing i remember another friend of mine and this is with tom cruise. Tom cruise doesn't feel small screen. He feels small to me onscreen. I don't feel okay. Yes so slender yeah breakable. I mean we're talking about how he looked in african queen and it was right before he got sick and he never body. He never really changed from that. It seemed like it's more bones than anything else does bones and jackets exactly but they're like peter lorre. He's five foot three who he'll be in all this with him but kind of back to what you were talking about about this ensemble and about how this is a movie that doesn't really hold your hand. One of my favorite scenes is seeing that takes explains when bogart is in the room both mary astor and with peter. Laurie and you're not sure what these characters relationship is to each and they start talking in this shorthand and the movie does not catch you up again like okay. Wait hold on what is happening. How do they know each other. What exactly did happen to floyd. I don't know i suppose so. What difference does it make. Make a world of difference and are you a me. Precisely better shelby add more certainly the boy out yes but you might be able to get around him joel. She did the one in istanbul. What was his name. You mean the one you couldn't get to in germany on your slack joe ticket and like in a.

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"peter lorre" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"And he was funny and his and he offered me some asparagus boiled in urine. That's what did it. I had the good say who's? Part of the audience found that amusing. Boy, he. The sound on ever forget it. I've heard the death rattle in my life. This was. I think it was mostly nasal snow snorter. Wow. This guy's dead. Was he livelier than Agnew still? Certainly funnier. Now, did you you must have known Sipos somewhat. I never met zip over we spoke for an hour on the phone wealth. And he was gonna come on the show and somebody said get zippo. He is hilarious. You could think of is what has stiffy was in the movie. That I've told he was really funny. In fact, I say I've got Mark Speir the stories that nobody has. And if interesting to know if this was before after Orson, but he said, I need five thousand dollars. I said, we know a law repaid. He was three forty. Three hundred forty bucks anyone at five grand. When Jack did the show three two hundred country. New tonight, you fade three twenty everybody joked about it. In fact, Peter Lorre, Peter Laurie. Jack said something to him. And he said Hank I don't have to hear things like that these prices..

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"peter lorre" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"He rubbed graves and sell aged in harvested air for the Whigs and somebody admonished him. It was a terrible thing to do. I'm gonna try it. Now, he said. The did. Anyway. Done. All right Gil since you brought up classic Blanca Dixon to impressions. I'm going to put you on the spot. Again. I'm gonna I'm gonna make you do Peter Laurie because dick have you ever heard Peter Laurie? Well, the best ever you Americans pronounce it lower as we Americans. It is peaceful lure peach, Lord, Laura. Ota. Glock Amora kill. Dispatch me doing chew if I gave it an ace on. I probably would put let to provide documents to lead to country Chevy visas at a price, you got K and up price. No, you could wreak. You're got to save me. Rick. You've got the has me. That reminds me of one of my favorite spots records. What great spike Jones record? Flame is real sown. And the a nice Kenner real straight singer in spike Jones. Droop named Frank Carlson. I think trivia saying. And then in the middle of it. They would do another go through of the lyrics of new segment. It was so good. You had to be Peter Lorre without Laura without billing. I've never heard anyone say his name that way. Yeah. Germans, well is that the best Peter Peter Lorre you've ever heard? It's it's really good now inspires me to try to do though my old flame. Name anything. My my old flame. I can't even think of her name. She would always something something and something something. She had this something gays and something. And then there was a wonderful punchline to that. Can you? A good. Was there in the control room? Give us a hang on a second..

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"peter lorre" Discussed on Your Mom's House

Your Mom's House

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on Your Mom's House

"And that was the end of them. That's started sniff kids though. Yeah. Yeah. But to them it was almost the same thing. These guys were the typical guys like once they're pimping business when dry they're like. These fucking whores. No, one cares about them. Right. I bet no care if they went missing. And then they started like laughing about that. And then they started cruising around in their car posing undercover police officers. That's how they would my God. Yes badges. Oh my God. And then how do they get caught? They got caught because they were just sloppy. They were littering these bodies about knowing really connected the dots until they murdered those two non sex workers. And then they were kind of like, oh, this is similar to this. And this and this and then through their one of their. Attempted victims was this chick's name. It was the daughter of an actor. It's my her name is Catherine lower Baker Peter law's daughter. Oh my gosh. So they attempted to kill her in they objected or and everything and they aborted it because they've found a picture of her on her father's lab near like. No shit your Peter lors daughter love him. They let her go. What they found a picture of her on. Her father's lap like in her belongings. Nicer father, Peter Lorre from from 'em for murder, whatever great show. I love this guy because he played like a killer. Also now, I'll have you know, I know this running theme can cruise too fellows had their own ride or die an RTD. Yes. Really, Victoria, competence her name there. She is. This woman was so in love with Kenneth Bianchi. Oh, my God that she once they were captured and they were in jail in on trial, she attempted to lure and. Kill a woman in a motel to make it. Look like the hillside stranglers were still on the loose in what and Kenneth even gave her some, dude. From jails JR. Is to plant. So it look like a rate, and she was about to do all that she fucked up. Yes, she got caught. But did she kill someone? No. She got like it wasn't a she fucked. It all got caught for it. It was an attempt. I tell you. It's it's do those things says that she attempted. Yes. I never understand what the attraction is women who like that kind of power that the serial killer has I don't know. Is it the perception of? Yeah. Like, strength and power. Because a lot of women like Charles Manson he had a wife before he died. I think it's celebrity. It's celebrity average Ramirez the richer murs, right? Yeah. The the night stalker he had chicks into him. Even like the zoo shot up Aurora movie theater was like chicks percent him. Nudes and stuff in. All the girls were in love with Charles Manziel. He didn't technically murder anybody. Right. Tom. You're always bringing that point up to me. He told people yet or followed his orders. Right. Right, right. I mean, bad guy at worst guy. I don't know. Wow. Victoria. Would you wouldn't do any of those things now? No not for time. I was still right, by the way. Do you think we could at least send her shirt FDR? All my gosh. She deserves it. If anyone does she's real deals. She's GT RTD men. I mean. Yeah. Who's jisr? Would you plant on a person if you're going to frame them for murder? Evil, you'd have to extract the ges to oh, how do you even? Yeah. How do you do it? Like asking what did they do to get it this guy? He got some random dude in the prisons Jisr. Money for it. Killed her smokes. I'll off into this Cup. Probably Lord them with like, I just like drink it. We just leave it in a Cup for me. All right. All right. But this in a body..

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"peter lorre" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"Drying here. No. Even more than anything. Yeah. Would have you ever wondered what conversation would be live between rounding Newman? I'm Peter Lorre. Right now. Taking off my headphones. Under what did coversation would be like myself Helen, Helen rive, you put your fingers years. Take your fingers out of your ears. Helen, otherwise, you won't be able to hear my great Peter Laurie impression isn't that. Right. Randy knew. New. Reread union. The jury. I apologize. This is your phone. But this is have to experience pretty much all the time of Chris in the office. And I love it fun. Fun. Okay. All right. Okay. Braiding? That's what she said. Anyway. Bad. It's just the the mental image. This. So what we do what we like to do when people leave here in the podcast is we like to have you guys right in and and ask questions, and and all you've you've become kind of Twitter's internet famous for the last few years because people may know only for his jar jar Binks. Maybe obsession that's just one of the things that you did isn't it that that that got you? Yeah. Yes. Some notoriety. I corps veiled an as. We've substituted all the charge. Yeah. Picked up coffee. People was interviewed him. New Zealander radio. Actual cinem- ako in Egypt. In. On LA TV channel when they're talking about it. So that was I kept people sending me all these pieces of what has been used those amazing. Then further ones that I've done have also been used created my own one rogue one based of nothing. And that go picks up again that was in India. That's interesting. It was the result because it was so high right? It was the one that you take up. My people in Egypt and India just going to the cinema expecting to see judge. Sort of this obsession, come from view. Or is it just it's funny to swollen. Because it's funny. I mean at one was my first fill stolas foam, mice will. He's very young. Con I enjoyed the film. I mean looking back now as you know, I was a kid Butler and so did enjoy. So I had If any to kind of of these these currencies. characters, it was more of a jokey thing that was like this be funny just to Pajajaran, and that was it. And then says. And then it turned into an obsession just kind of put in everything around right now. I have to stop all my job is now kind of a shame. So the poster bowling five. Three days and your boss goes, what have you gone? You turn around is just charge are and he goes, right? Your You're fire. going back to empire. Just go round all the different empires because it what else cinema and parson amount of. Now cine world. Casino. Yeah. Big bucks. There. Belly dancer? Start the empire. Nations. Yes. The TV series empa-. Natural cookie. These are all of my list. I think is what we call it over here. And it's a natural biscuit brings was one thing. And then another thing that notice by the mainstream media was you did that was that weird thing you didn't museums. We face that. Yeah. My girlfriend to her. It was her idea. So there was a for of the looking quite miserable because on the top of this tower, scattered heights. It was windy, and I was petrified. And she was just fix this with this app puts a small device, and it doesn't really well, wait, generally real. So was quite impressive. So what it uses for shop and everything? This is quite so we went to this gallery, Saudis, miserable Rembrandt's and just Lou. Quite grumpy. So she was just kind of use it. So you went round and it works remarkably well on paintings sculptures off of it. Picked up the local newspapers and newspapers here as well. Picked up on ABC. They did a big old school of cooled a digital feet at our graffiti graffiti artist. Disadvantage. I think it was virtual vandals who. So in just talking about how the reasons behind the computers with those paintings back then and how to kinda show. -bility authority. Yes. If they small bit cheaper than it was a bit. Just wouldn't do it..

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"peter lorre" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"peter lorre" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"What do you think of that i mean do you think that that's advisable for for people i think it could be but i think it's it's another factor what you find often say that you know big firms and classical firms are often whether we like it or not are often quite bureaucratic and and that should be say the cost of all r and d or the coastal being innovative are often quite time when it comes to these big bureaucratic firms so it's cheaper for them to to look for small startups and small adventures that are searching and and to try to take them over and and i think that's something that's happening and and you know that could vary they'll be the same thinking when it comes to bringing in smaller firms into venture capitalism and things like that and just finally give you about twenty seconds you say avoid fund managers that are promoting their own inhouse products that was something done wonderful stories about the great returns that's a bit bettino it's very easy for people to be a little bit too eager in promoting a his or her own thing and i i kind of burned myself quite a lot on that thank you so much for being with us peter lorre chairman and chief executive officer of the larouche network based in switzerland talking about the world of family offices which has ballooned as the wealthy individuals in the pool of them have increased i'm lisa brown what's wrong with my co is pimm fox and this is bloomberg radio he's a hard job choosing what to put into bloomberg best remaking the embattled fintech firm we gave names at five eastern the tax overhaul has helped the company's bottom line on bloomberg radio.

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