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The Media Today Support Totalitarian and Marxist Movements

Mark Levin

01:48 min | 3 d ago

The Media Today Support Totalitarian and Marxist Movements

"I right here people in a culture or society and decline, which ceases to be a unifying and civil society. And with a just social order unravels. Are highly susceptible to believing and following dangerous fictions, even if they lied to their own demise. Now those who contribute to this, if not overwhelmingly contribute to it are the media today. Are the media today. The media today support totalitarian And Marxist movements. They celebrate them. You can see this. Stephen Colbert with Schumer. You can see. And this this is this is what you see before you know, an aggressive form of totalitarianism. And so what we have here propaganda organizations. And Philip Bump is one of them. Washington Post is one of them. And so they cleverly manipulate events to promote causes an agenda. Daniel Borstein wrote about this librarian of the United States Congress as I've talked to you about before Professor of History University of Chicago half a century ago. He said. At first, it may seem strange that the rise of pseudo events and I'm not saying January six with a pseudo event, But insurrection. Yeah, that's a lie. His coincided with the growth of the professional ethic, which obligates newsman to admit editorializing a personal judgments from the news accounts. But now it's in the making. Of these events that newsman find ample scope for their individuality and

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Two Federal Judges Concerned How Some Are Charged on Jan. 6 Events

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 3 d ago

Two Federal Judges Concerned How Some Are Charged on Jan. 6 Events

"Even at two federal judges, truly both appointed by Obama, who raised concerns about the way certain people are being charged. They've raised the question like wait a minute. You're charging people for disrupting Congress. When in fact, we've had people disrupt Congress. You hit him with a misdemeanor. You let them go. You're charging these people with felonies if they don't plead to to an offense that you demand And they're starting and they're saying What is that? Based on? You've heard that too, right? I have. So you're referring to Judge Moss and Judge Maeda? Um Judge Moss called the obstruction of official proceeding felony, which this DOJ has slapped on at least 200 cases. To turn Trump supporters and two convicted felons. It's never been used in this way before the judges know it. The government knows it. The defense lawyers certainly know it. And so both of those lawyers have raised concern. Judge Moss said. It has a constitutional staginess problem. There is a motion in the oath Keepers case. Motion to dismiss and judge made A is considering that now and should make a ruling should issue some ruling on that next month. Um, but again, Philip bump. Do you even know what the obstruction of an official proceeding charge is its origination, which was a post and run law. That was supposed to stop and the interference and congressional investigations, not the certification of the Electoral College. So you know, these are the things that Mr Bump does not stay awake at

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Julie Kelly and Mark Levin Agree Philip Bump Is a Fraud

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 3 d ago

Julie Kelly and Mark Levin Agree Philip Bump Is a Fraud

"Great. You know, when people do their little hit jobs, they don't understand. I hit back twice as hard. We have this guy Phil bump. National correspondent Washington Compost You spent a lot of time interviewing individuals in the jail from January 6th interviewing their lawyers going through the charging documents to the your knowledge. Has this Communist for the Washington Post filled bomb ever been to the jail? No. In fact, I doubt that he knows that the deplorable jail even exist. There is no indication in his column that he realizes that three dozen January 6th capital protesters are sitting in that jail has been in that jail since February. And that there are dozens of all for other jails across the country being denied bail simply because of their involvement in January six He doesn't mention that in his article. Why do you think that is Because he's a fraud. That's right. Let's go on, he says. Here, um Host Mark Living is focused on the issue repeatedly in June, he told his audience that we're hearing That there in some of the worst jails. Some are being put in solitary environment where they only have an hour where they can go outside of that. That they're being fed poor food. They're being treated like they're terrorists at Guantanamo Bay, where they be treated actually better. Is there something I said there that's inaccurate. No. And, um it's too bad that Philip Bump didn't listen to the oath Keepers status hearing that I did today, where there are three keepers. None charged with violent crime. No weapons charge. No assaulting police officers, No direct

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The Washington Post's Philip Bump Is Obsessed With Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:30 min | 3 d ago

The Washington Post's Philip Bump Is Obsessed With Mark Levin

"If you would Philip Bump the national correspondent for the Washington compost. Philip Bump is very obsessed with Fox. He doesn't like Peter Doocy is very obsessed with talk with your the national correspondent. There's so many things you can write about, but Philip Bump is a true believer. Now I once saw a picture of this guy, Mr Producer. His head is as big As an oversized pumpkin. Sort of a fat ass with a big hit. May I say that? I think I will. And he has this piece today. The Where is some pro capital riot activism isn't a rally. It's in right wing media. So of course he's attacking Fox. He's attacking yours truly. He cherry picks what I say. Because he can't help it. He's a stupid obsessed four. Host Mark Levin is focused on the issue repeatedly meaning what's happening. To, I guess Now it's about 600 people who've been picked up in June. He told his audience that we're hearing that they're in some of the worst jails and some are being put in solitary confinement. But they only have an hour where they can go outside. If that that they're being Fed poor food. They're being treated like they're terrorists at Guantanamo Bay. Would they be treated actually better. He added that the events that day were not an insurrection. So this is what infuriates them. We must destroy people

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

03:32 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"About this planets stars and galaxies was that i was trained as an astronomer in a midnight and seventies cabela's oregon. I received by. Elliot's job offers as an astronomer but done as a computer scientist or mathematician offices. The reason was that the office of pastel management brittle be higher as an astronomer. Imagine tonight. I was in the news because i discovered the fastest execution of astrophysical je physical fleet dynamics goods the movements of the planets around our son or bears the laws of motion physics the app and flow of the types of the water that enshrouded or best of bush described in physics textbooks that second law bush was scott three hundred years ago. The second law of motion was discovered improves. But it was good in al-jabbur as it was mustansir celebration or edibles. Mo in my country bushels took calculus. We had these reformulated the iconic formula f waltz. Emily in system of nine coupled long linea on town depended partial differential equations that gauguin sops office motions of multipurpose flus across a medium. Such as sixty five thousand oilfields around the world that includes supergiant oilfields in venezuela us. Come on russia. My new system of nine whistles go bounce the flow of crude oil injected water unnatural. Gus floyd across an oprah listen field. That's up to seven point several miles or twelve point four kilometers deep and often the size of nate nigeria. My contributions to audra these i. This critize does partial differential equations beyond the frontier of cartons into partial differential equations beyond the frontier of the of lots skill. Algebra for the ball have reduced by algebraic. Formulation took computer codes in ninety nine. I was in the news. Because i record the walls faster computing. I did so by execute. Might sixty five thousand five hundred and six schumer competent quotes at once on across and within with a one to one correspondence with my ensemble of sixty five thousand five hundred thirty six processors. It's physics call. Calculus is about changes emotions that range from the geophysical motions of the liquid out a call. That's very hot very dense. The astrophysical versions of this stunt stars by west was to to rise by governance system of coupled non-linear on time and then by shop differential equations that encode the fundamental laws.

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

04:55 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

03:35 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"Tonight the intellectual fireworks exploded. I didn't kill besson yet. I was subjected to Try douglas computers equivalent to the audience. Simpson trial though got to assault by the most since they've learned suck beneath intellectual supreme As solve it was difficult. Problem at a crossroad pneumatics new physics and the walls. Faster beauty in dissected sector accomplishment. Was the reason. Our embedded likes of about an stein. Dogmas and you could in retrospect are for ratio on intellectual visits. I will start that in seriously as a black my show was one of the sites. I was fine finance because as fast as a you. I was willing best. In the world that devoted almost the decades of night sub disarm get suppo across processes. I despise success of steals allege within markets physics. Put a sense that you don't would i be to solve difficult. Problems is super I i was locked in africa. I'm deaf brasler on the west perspective about is second. I was a little an elaborate shoebox with scientists research was grossly on the vinyl by botched defunding agencies and the price committees that automatically rejected my supervision. And they'll jump to and is so mission from black africans. I was seen as elite. Walked down the offices number. Three damage schnapp would amount or entitled to it. That was a quote. Gopal decides thought it was not widely known the ib continuously super geeky since june. Twenty four a one of the was faster supercomputers that was at loggerheads southwest couples with a one oregon. Usc i was also cleaned as a slow through largest at georgia's therefore i was not thinking about crossing disciplinary bottles. And so what what should receive answer questions. Shoebox duck was so was this. How do we compute. Fosters was lewis successes buckle. Beauty was computer identified. Problem will enjoy it. Beat up this dot com assault at one assault across.

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

03:20 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"Back in nineteen eighty nine ninety nine society of the institute of electrical and electronics engineers or tripling issued a press. Release that. I chipped technological bricks and did so by discovered the walls faster computing across the world's lowest processes that i've tripoli press release had an impact because it used to electrical and electronics engineers was the wolves that just technical society in the mid ninety nine hundred issue of the academic journal name software company society of actually describe the economic benefits of my scientific discovery of fastest computing. And scribe it as the amount of one stick it struggling for example you can typically expect to cover them percent of fields or you can put the society of i. Tripoli continued if you improve up production schedule to get just one percent. More oil will increase yield by former of medium dollars and of that ninety nine press release issued by the society that announced my technological breakthrough on scientific discovery of the walls. Faster computing and the companion articles published by comp- -ociety enact tripoli of occasions let to cover stories. You might emitted publications. I let to front page stories that we are titled african super genius. Wins stop with price on ninety nine press release issued by the society let two stories on my contributions to matic's physics uncle put a science. I discovered the fastest computer can be built with slowest processes. I discovered how a why use a thousand processors mix modern computers. Faster i've mixed newwest supercomputer the fastest on july four nineteen eighty nine the us independence in los alamos. New mexico usc. I discovered philip. Emma formula for the world's fastest computer that literally was president that they was president. Bill clinton will describe in this white house speech of august with the six. Two thousand. My the logical bricks. Open the door to the world's fastest computer that must be used to solve the most difficult problems in mathematics and such problems..

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

04:00 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"It was record in the twelve ninety nine issue of the wall street journal. I was in the news on the nelson. Mandela was released from prison. But i was boycotted in south. Africa was by coated for appetite. That boycott was significant because in schools. The bureau of new knowledge or scientific discoveries transmits it through the spoken word is scholar our lectures on youtube. It's like radio without sound or movie without images does elliott boycotts by just of the nineteen eighties. Scientific equivalent of mainstream radio stations. Walking together to keep black music of the in the field of supercomputing of the nineteen eighties most of the twenty five thousand paint plus positions. We are reserved for white males. I give iran lectures for some of those positions. After each having that supercomputer position was closed when it comes to rush show diversity. In american academia the fields of physics uncle science have essentially behind so behind society. Racial diversity in the super computer world of the nineteen seventies and eighties. The tunicates which i came of age was racial diversity in us. Mr bill broadcasting of the nineteen twenties and thirties in the nineteen forties and fifties american entertainers. We're forced to use a different though to white. We stations in the nineteen seventies and eighties by access to computers were withdrawn after. It was discovered that i was black and sub saharan african school as it was is this who is the father of supercomputing asking who is the father of supercomputing. It's like asking. Who is the father of rock and roll. No one person started rock and roll. Notwithstanding if two buses can clinch the title of the father of rock and roll. There will be little. Richard john berry. Elvis presley would not be that because he didn't write his songs presley brought rock and roll to georges. I became the face of white rock and roll on like elvis presley. Little richard played on mainstream stations of little richard songs. That record by boom and the beatles played on white radio stations and those covers became. He'd songs fuss. What indicates from the nineteen fifties white scientific committees weren't ready to hear my new presentations on fastest computing. Just as mainstream radio stations. Didn't play black. Music are white research scientists. We paid of dollars to falsely claimed credit for inventing the philip at my of judah which i invented half a century ago.

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

03:40 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"Of how walk the panel at one. Thousand supercup does that each fire. Them shifting and each technology change the way we look at the of tomorrow does. Don't give up. Its secrets without a fight. What are my contributions to the invention of the fastest computers. What did philip. Wally put to. Development of the computer parallel process was difficult problem in mathematics to solve many less challenging problems at once. The technique of computer many things at once was don't censor bought that used thousands of human pitas to execute arithmetic of petitions. My contribution to the science was my discovery that the walls faster computer could be powered by sixty four by number thousand processes. Each processor was a team to italian computer. That can be used to solve many compute intensive problems and solve them at once in nine hundred eighty nine. My discovery of fuster's competed met the news headlines. And it's so because it all the dog but use of up to one billion processes to power the walls faster. Computer i visualized by new intimate. As by use spectacle island of sixty four thousand processes or as a new global network of as many computers i visualized dot new in stanley and separate my room size bloom but only that i visualized my you. In as to hristo sixteen or sixty five thousand five hundred ten six processes that we are identical and that uniformly distributed around the sophist of blue likewise visualized dot hyper office in sixteen dimensional hyperspace. Visualize session of my new intenet was new. Therefore ward internet wasn't in my cup. Larry in the night in the united seventies. I climbed to about computer to describe my new global network of computers are processes which i derived that hyperbolic computer was renamed us philip about computer. My jewelry which i fiscal as the fastest computer was my mental recreation of a new internet as a new supercomputer that was powered by a new balloon at walk of sixty five thousand and six processors that not. How did i win. Nobel price of supercomputing.

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

03:13 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"Known as scout loose. It's an absolute over-simplification to claim that calculus was invented. Thirty years ago. By isaac newton and gottfried will have won't live nice. This split is arana's repeated in calculus textbooks by it's jus- you tin olive nice contributed to cottle's but did not invent is subject development of calculus is the product of surgeries long evolution research. Contributions to calculus included my partial. Defray racially questions that i invented on my discovery that initial boundary value problems governed by a system of partial deferred. Shut wishes can be solved across an internet. that's a global that walk of up to up processes my contribution to my was in the top mathematics publications in the world including being mentioned in july nineteen ninety issue of the notices of the american american at medical society. In majete nine. I discovered how to solve the most difficult problems in mathematics and physics. I met my discovery on you supercomputer. That's power by a global network of up to one billion processors my processes outlined undefined. My new intenet. That's new knowledge. Does i contributed to modern. Science and technology include nine paschall. Defer shut visions the philip. My questions. michael bushels good. He had sixteen body of makuto lynch. I was a research physicist who came of age in the nineteen seventies and eighties. How fast one at plan in tonight. I discovered how to use the laws of physics to build a deeper shamet. Medical understanding of how to model mobile offers flows of jetted water and natural gas up to several several miles deep inside the production oilfield. That's the size of the town for the ball. I was an inventor who invented a new supercomputer. that's a new internet. Not only that. I forced these those three identities to match with me. I'll find a common but never before seen technology. I visualize my invention us. A high-performance communicating uncle putin machinery and as a new supercomputer..

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

01:49 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"So my just across the one thousand podcast and plus captured videos which i posted on youtube. Well first person stories from the frontiers of supercomputing. My legis well. First droughts of in history of supercomputing competition mathematics. I understood that new supercomputer as a radical shift that we change the way we look at the bottom computer. That was the visit by discovery of fastest computer midday news headlines that headline was that along africa supercomputer genius in the usa had won the highest award in supercomputing wanted for discovering how to sixty four by thousand slowest processors in the world for discovering how to use those processes to solve the most difficult problems arise in mathematics physics and solve them at faster speeds. Because i was forced to make that super computer discovery by philip amalgamating comes up. I in youtube and for such tips like contributions to mathematics physics and computer science by contributions to mathematics. We are these have invented. The system of nine. Philip were questions. Each partial differential equation by system of equations is a new mathematical to used to find locations of.

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

03:56 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"Twenty nineteen sixty eight refugees. Living in in wallich called allowed tom. The sudden influx of thousands of frightened friends who use some of those governs to against that today are refugee relatives in that we are fleeing from the year by about butterfield. Those got friends so just we have seen beyond each and towards over at new on on to us namely the biafran. Geez was that the fronts soldiers who put that. We are routed by the niger army. I'll start nypd front. Soya's defended flooding destiny. I'll fled without a lot of the fifty thousand refugees in an wanted to join them in their flight to safety during that long war denials ambi afri- killed civilian captives underwater business. That was one reason. One gaffer's died it dirty bombs in nineteen sixty eight and at war from inside. We are from benjamin adekunle. Also known as block scorpion. Let talk marine do told effects radio reporter and i thought we should have that moves and our troops much into the setup of ebou rotary with shoot at everton even at things that's duluth and of on no if ten thousand refugees stop this sipped. Thousands of nigel's were rapidly. Thundering from toluca had superior firepower. Why run soya's had run out of bullets and rapidly retreating from the abandoned warfront. One of the secrets of the nigerian civil war. Was this much. Twenty nineteen sixty eight the biafran abby us deficient thousand refugees in nature as human shoes. You fleeing the guy francois gus fleeing from anita had apple time to evoke with those refugees. The government's use those fifteen thousand refugees indigents as human shoes government capitalize on the southern guts of refugees. I'll turn them. As proof of the genocide against eagles six months area we are for us at six seaweeds road on dot address was next to bill cosby primary school. That school was closed on. Combatant as a military as military barrack of one thousand. Yeah through guess. Did you very najim. Ami 'cause that got from barack.

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

03:03 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"Ninety one issue of michigan today was it tripled issue by the university of michigan on. It's was renowned. Scientists named philip ahmad bushen's to do walls fastest computing. So i want a acclaim for my contributions to supercomputing and did so across the lead bread of the state of michigan. At that time it was very offensive to white scientific communities for a white american in the best to glorify a black sub saharan african as butter done about einstein only departments of white bill scientists. We are allowed to be exhibited on the wall of genesis in nineteen eighty nine. I was the first scientist black or white to be described as smart albert einstein. I began on intellectual credit. That must suppressed at all costs by show. Because i did not meet whiteness criterium. That was the why are meant to be called a genius day. The university oppose its tradition of only buildings after obscure will scientists as well as on display the portraits of of oslo white historical figures and displaying them with the intent to lower the service of its underrepresented students. What's it like it was in school. Scoreless is is this. This ms interested events in the life of philip. I dropped out of school for five years between ages. Twelve to nineteen. I dropped out to live in. Refugee comes of biafran of the nigerian civil war. One in fifteen fronts died during that thirty minute. Long war in the list of the most genocidal crimes of the twentieth century that are committed against humanity. The of one in fifteen afri- ranked fifth one. The nigerian civil war begun by residential address was at forty nine. Does your street or doubt on each of biafra alert nineteen sixty seven..

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

03:20 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"Morning in the morning on july four nineteen eighty nine. I discovered that you see the processes to power supercomputer useful and do able. School essence are the contribution of philip wallet to computer. Science highlight the invention of how to harness the slowest process to perform the fastest computing. That invention is central to the four supercomputer. As it's known today as it's expected to be don't worry more. Recent my invention midday news headlines in nineteen eighty nine was because it heraldic at the end of the era of vector supercomputers that was powered by only isolated vector processor unit invented. The walls pass computer demands program be no of processors not interacting with thousands of people as a black shoebox put that invented in the united states of the nineteen seventies and eighties. I discovered the world's fastest computer. I did so alo- as well as independently of any institution in the nineteen seventies eighties. I was a black inventor that was trapped within all white space in the nineteen seventies in the us the most brilliant sub saharan african scientists. We are not allowed to teach besides and even present inventions to the public and compete on the same themes as white scientist. I was the first person to perform the walls faster as computing and do the parallel processing. Because i was black. I was not allowed to teach research and even present my walls pastors computing to the public in pervez. Twist as computers. Become faster more. Reliant on parallel computing there beca- parallel computing. Becames smelly must cope with a science parallel computing ubiquitous at frontier of knowledge of the most difficult problems that arise in science engineering. Benson alad magin eighties. My walls faster. Computing was rejected. When i first presented technology to universities in the usc in the mid nineteen eighties might to rights. Fastest computer across a new global network of sixty five thousand five hundred and six processors was rejected in anabel which again it was rejected..

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

04:27 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"Time magazine called the song hero behind the internet. Cnn called him. A father of the internet to president bill clinton called him one of the great minds of the information age. He hasn't been floated history's greatest scientist of african descent. He is philip equality. He's coming to trinidad. And tobago to launch. The two thousand eight climbing allegis series on sunday june eighth at jfk auditorium use and augusta and five pm demand. Support committee invites you to come and visit mind adjusted welton to conflict today's challenges. This lecture is one another four. Admission is free so on sunday jake five. Pm at the gfd auditorium you. We said vesta thank you. I'm.

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

01:41 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"Programming is super computer. That was faster than the one that put amount on the moon back on july. Twenty nine hundred sixty nine. Because i was black and africa. I was forced to walk fulltime and along on my research on how to combine computers into supercomputers and did so for seventeen years without a repayment. That was in proportion to what american balloon. We repeat after walking fulltime without pay for those seventeen years. I've felt like that keeping the credit for my invention is only what that i can have. It was like she might jabber. Who is the father of african literature for good is auto royalties but insisted that he loved credited as the author of pat it was like fela kuti forgoing his songwriting royalties but insisted that is the father of afrobeat. I'm the father of the walls. Faster computing us. It's boomed the and i'm the only father of the internet that invented in new intent if west. Some in school essays is this. What was philip wallace education like..

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

03:20 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"Back in nineteen eighty nine ninety nine society of the institute of electrical and electronics engineers or tripling issued a press. Release that. I chipped technological bricks and it so by discovered the walls faster computing across the world's lowest processes that i've tripoli press release had an impact because it used to electrical and electronics engineers was the wolves that just technical society in the mid ninety issue of the academic journal name software. A society of actually describe the economic benefits of my scientific discovery of fastest computing. And scribe it as the amount of stick it struggling for example you can typically expect to cover them percent of fields or you can put the society of i. Tripoli continued if you improve up productions scheduled to get just one percent more oil will increase yield by former of medium dollars and of that ninety nine press release issued by the society that announced my technological breakthrough on scientific discovery of the walls. Faster computing and the companion articles published by comp- -ociety enact tripoli of occasions let to cover stories. You might emitted publications. I let to front page stories that we are titled african soup of jesus wins stop with price on ninety nine press release issued by the society. Let two stories on my contributions to matic's physics uncle put a science. I discovered the fastest computer can be built with slowest processes. I discovered how a why use thousand processors mix modern computers. Faster i've mixed new west supercomputer the fastest on july four nineteen eighty nine the us independence in los alamos. New mexico usc. I discovered philip. Emma formula for the world's fastest computer that literally was president. That was president. Bill clinton will describe in this white house speech of august with the six two thousand. My the logical bricks. Open the door to the world's fastest computer that must be used to solve the most difficult problems in mathematics and such problems..

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

03:40 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"Of walk the panel at one thousand soukup. Who does that each fire. Them shifting and each technology. Change the way we look at the of tomorrow does. Don't give up. Its secrets without a fight. What are my contributions to the invention of the fastest computers. What did philip amount. Wally put to development of the computer dough. Parallel process was difficult problem in mathematics to solve many less challenging problems at once. The technique of computer many things at once was don't censor bought that used thousands of human computers to execute arithmetic of petitions. My contribution to the science was my discovery that the walls faster computer could be powered by sixty four by number thousand processes. Each processor was a team to italian computer. That can be used to solve many compute intensive problems and solve them at once in nine hundred eighty nine. My discovery of fuster's competed met the news headlines. And it's so because it all the dog but use of up to one billion processes to power the walls faster. Computer i visualized by new intimate. As by use article island of sixty four thousand processes or as a new global network of as many computers i visualized dot new in stanley and separate my room size bloom but only that i visualized my you. In as to hristo sixteen or sixty five thousand five hundred ten six processes that we are identical and that uniformly distributed around the sophist of blue likewise i visualized dot hyper office in sixteen dimensional hyperspace. Visualize session of my new intenet was new. Therefore ward internet wasn't in my cup. Larry in the night in the united seventies. I climbed to about computer to describe my new global network of computers are processes which i derived that hyperbolic computer was renamed us philip about computer. My jewelry which i physically used as the fastest computer was my mental recreation of a new internet as a new supercomputer. That was powered by a you. Walk of sixty five thousand and six processors that not. How did i win. Nobel price of supercomputing.

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

04:03 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"That must be used to solve the was difficult problems in physics. Such grind challenge problems include the cop national fleet dynamics models that i used to determine the best social distance measures that will reduce the spread of the virus disease fast phillips twenty s into the usc. I was in the news as debate partition. Who contra put that to calculus nigeria. I attended six universities with each blaming. Me as it's notable alumnus lasts university. I attended has six hundred and ten thousand living alumni. It sense of what we opted on the best minds. Anita bus compass worry ninety. Ninety one issue of michigan today was it tripled issue by the university of michigan on its was renowned scientists named philip ahmad and his contributions to do walls fastest computing. So i want a acclaim for my contributions to supercomputing and did so across the lead bread of the state of michigan. At that time it was very offensive to white scientific communities for a white american in the best to glorify a black sub saharan african as butter done about einstein only departments of white bill scientists. We are allowed to be exhibited on the wall of genesis in nineteen eighty nine. I was the first scientist black or white described as smart albert einstein. I began on intellectual credit. That must suppressed at all costs by show. Because i did not meet whiteness criterium. That was the why are meant to be called a genius day. The university oppose its tradition of only buildings after obscure will scientists as well as on display the portraits of of oslo white historical figures and displaying them with the intent to lower the service of its underrepresented students. What's it like it was in school is is this. This ms interested events in the life of philip. I dropped out of school for five years between ages. Twelve to nineteen. I dropped out to live in. Refugee comes of biafran of the nigerian civil war. One in fifteen fronts died during that thirty minute. Long war in the list of the most genocidal crimes of the twentieth century that are committed against humanity. The of one in fifteen afri- ranked fifth one. The nigerian civil war begun by residential address was at forty nine. Does your street or doubt on each of biafra alert nineteen sixty seven..

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"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

Philip Emeagwali

02:46 min | Last week

"philip" Discussed on Philip Emeagwali

"Time magazine called the song hero behind the internet. Cnn called him. A father of the internet to president bill clinton called him one of the great minds of the information age. He hasn't been floated history's greatest scientist of african descent. He is philip equality. He's coming to trinidad. And tobago to launch. The two thousand eight climbing allegis series on sunday june eighth at jfk auditorium use and augusta and five pm. Emancipation support the invites you to come. Welton youth road tools to convert to charges. This lecture is one another four his admission free so on sunday. June eight five. Pm at the gfd auditorium. Us domestic began supercomputing on june. Twenty nine four at harvard. Southwest campus we go by this oregon in december nineteen sixty five. That's supercomputer in. Kabbalah was written as the walls faster. Computer programming is super computer. That was faster than the one that put amount on the moon back on july. Twenty nine hundred sixty nine. Because i was black and africa. I was forced to walk fulltime and along on my research on how to combine computers into supercomputers and did so for seventeen years without a repayment. That was in proportion to what american balloon. Bologna's we pete after walking fulltime without pay for those seventeen years. I've felt like that keeping the credit for my invention is only what that i can have. It was like she might jabber. Who is the father of african literature for good is auto royalties but insisted that he loved credited as the author of pat it was like fela kuti forgoing his songwriting royalties but insisted that is the father of afrobeat. I'm the father of the walls. Faster computing us. It's boomed the and i'm the only father of the internet that invented in new intent if west. Some in school essays is this. What was philip wallace education like..

Shrine to Replace Church Destroyed on 9/11 Nears Completion

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | Last week

Shrine to Replace Church Destroyed on 9/11 Nears Completion

"Saint Nicholas Greek orthodox church was the only house of worship destroyed in the nine eleven attacks in New York in its place a national shrine will have a ceremonial lighting Friday the dome Greek marble shrine is close to the reflecting pools that mark where the twin towers once stood when we like the church from within represents the triumph of literally the triumph of light over darkness Michael Purcell roses with friends of St Nicholas the victims did not die alone and Philip Catsimatidis has a special connection to St Nicholas she remembers when her late brother John first discovered the small church I remember my mom saying that because she was such a devout Christian that John and the other victims were being cradled by Saint Nicholas her brother died on nine eleven the interior of the shrine is slated for completion next year I bet Donahue

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Biden Highlights Climate Change as He Tours Hurricane Ida Damage in NY, NJ

MSNBC Morning Joe

02:04 min | Last week

Biden Highlights Climate Change as He Tours Hurricane Ida Damage in NY, NJ

"Start though. With residents in the northeast who are still recovering from the devastation of storm ida president biden toward neighborhood in new york and new jersey. Yesterday offering words of comfort and promises of support to those affected emphasizing the reality of a worsening climate nbc news correspondent gabe gutierrez has more with the devastating aftermath of remnants sprawled across the northeast president biden toured hard hit communities comforting families and highlighting the urgency of climate change. Climate change poses a next essential threat to our lives to our economy. The threat is here is not going to get any better question. Can't get worse we can stop it from getting worse. The president approving major disaster declarations for counties in new jersey and new york pouring more federal aid into them but in queens were gut wrenching. Video showed officers trying to rescue a family from a flooded basement. Frustration is spilling over split survivors struggle with the new normal. It's a shame it really is has to be done. I could deal with it. Not if the thirty eight years. I'm getting too old in manville new jersey. Julian colorado is clearly still in shock days after the storm to go and on fire around. There's water everywhere. There's no article in the basement. Her mother shows us how the water flooded the garage after destroyed their basement scenes h. One gets worse and worse. This area also flooded during the remnants of floyd in nineteen ninety nine and irene in twenty eleven. How sick are you of this happening over. And over again i was fifty two first time. Sixty two second time. Seventy two thirds. The water reached pass philip. Ucla's baseman and into the first floor. It triggered gas leaks nearby. Homes and businesses exploded.

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Dr. Craig Stanfill Defines Artificial Intelligence

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:47 min | 2 weeks ago

Dr. Craig Stanfill Defines Artificial Intelligence

"Welcome day frames to very special discussion here. In america i with the man who knows about things that people discuss. But i think they don't know what they're talking about. It see sexy concept of summits a concept. It is artificial intelligence. He is dr. Craig stanfield the author of a new fictional work. That has i think iran a factual message if not more than one. That's called terms of service subject to change without notice stock stanfield. Welcome to america. I well thank you for having me on. Dr gorka a pleasure to be here. So can i just start with the basics. I'm not a techie guy. This is a science fiction kind of dystopia in future. I am a science fiction. Guy loved science fiction. Philip k dick bladerunner all that stuff star wars you name it. But let's start with the factual state of the art. What is the truth about artificial intelligence. What does it mean and right now. Twenty twenty one where all we in terms of artificial intelligence. What is going on right now. Is that artificial. Intelligence is being used by technology. The start the beginning. What is artificial intelligence for lehman. Can you define the term. What what is it is it is that you know thinking machines. What is that artificial intelligence. A professor of mine in grad school settings whatever the artificial intelligence says and that's always historically had a rather flexible definition in the present day. What mostly means is what i would call data science database artificial intelligence which is an area of research that are acted in the early nineties late eighties and the basic idea is this. You've got a routine decision that needs to be made and the way you get a computer to make it. Is you get a human. To look at a bunch of data and transcribe the data into what you want the to do. And so very powerful machine. Learning algorithms have been developed that will across a wide variety of topics replicate what that person would have done. And so we all know that that alexa and so forth and other services can transcribe voice and very good job of it and the way they did that was. They took a bunch of people speaking. And then somebody would transcribe it at eventually. The ai learns what it what it is that you said the same thing with translation from english to german whatever that some of the automatic translators do and it's all based on a monkey. See monkey

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Machado, Myers, Tatis homer in Padres' 10-2 win vs. Astros

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Machado, Myers, Tatis homer in Padres' 10-2 win vs. Astros

"Manny Machado wil Myers of Fernando to teach junior each hit two run home runs as the San Diego Padres routed the Houston Astros tended to the Padres late inning power search secure Joe Musgrove tenth win of the season Musgrove went five and two thirds innings allowing two runs on seven hits while five pottery relievers held Houston hitless for the rest of the night the Padres pitcher sums up what is led to a success this season a number of different things that have led to the success for me this year but I really just think it's it's you know the visualization and I've been doing and and the mental approach and and being able to understand myself and how I need to you know control my emotions out there to tease went two for three with his National League leading thirty seventh home run to cap off a four RBI night as the Padres remain a half game behind the Reds for the second National League wild card spot Philip gone San Diego

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Afghanistan Withdrawal: Could Chaos Have Been Avoided?

Between The Lines

02:03 min | 2 weeks ago

Afghanistan Withdrawal: Could Chaos Have Been Avoided?

"A follow up to our show with john measham last week now in the seven years of presenting these program on radio national of not received such enthusiastically positive feedback from listeners. As id to last week's episode when professor michel defended the us withdrawal from afghanistan. Well that many of you were persuaded by me. Shamas argument you still wanted whether the baden administrations evacuation plans could have been handled a lot. Better after all the us withdrawal. Well it's been widely seen as a humiliation and embarrassment a betrayal and a disaster. So was there a way to avoid a messy exit from afghanistan. It's a good question which put to join me shama. This week tom. My view is that there was no way to avoid a messy exit. It didn't matter whether donald trump was in charge or dwight eisenhower. Had come back from the dead and been put in charge. It just wouldn't have mattered. It would have been messy. Under any circumstances hell may explain why the key starting point is to recognize that. We're talking about moving. Huge numbers of people out of afghanistan very quickly We moved as it is a one hundred twenty two thousand people in fifteen days and their estimates that there were another six hundred thousand afghanis who wanted to get out and most of them had worked with us in one capacity or another so. We're talking about huge numbers. Now whenever you move huge numbers quickly you have to do. Two things. one is extensive. Planning it has to be extensive on the ground planning and number two at the first sign that there's real trouble at the first sign that the afghan army is collapsing. You have to head for the exits. Those are two necessary conditions so the argument goes to make this work

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Prince Harry, Meghan Reportedly Considered Naming Racist Royals

Mojo In The Morning

01:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Prince Harry, Meghan Reportedly Considered Naming Racist Royals

"Meghan markle and prince. Harry almost exposed royal that they claim maybe racist remarks before their son archie bursts but they said that detail would be extraordinarily damaging the duke and duchess of suspect Sussex made the claims that an unnamed royal asked about how dark their unborn child could potentially be and megan made that initial revelation with oprah following up by asking harry if she would name the royal and of course. He didn't well in an updated edition of the biography. Finding freedom authors opened. Scooby and caroline duran alleged that the couple did actually consider sharing. Who during their interview with oprah but it was meghan who shut down the idea and she said to oprah face it would literally ruin this person's lifelock. Nobody would ever look at them in the same. Harry made it very clear after the interview. That person was not queen. Elizabeth prince philip the updated edition of the books set to be published next week and also alleges that members of the royal family were very happy. That mega missed prince philip's funeral in april because they feared to would create a spectacle essentially if she showed up So like lots of new little tidbits being added to this book. If you wanna check it out again next week. When that comes

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Pollock’s Homer Sends Dodgers to 5–3 Win Over Padres in 16

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 3 weeks ago

Pollock’s Homer Sends Dodgers to 5–3 Win Over Padres in 16

"A. J. Pollock's two run Homer in the top of the sixteenth inning gave the Los Angeles Dodgers a five three victory over the San Diego Padres after the Dodgers scored twice in the top of the fifteenth inning Fernando to teach junior tied the game with his National League leading thirty fifth home run and what is the longest afternoon game in the major league says the twenty twenty rule change was implemented the game started as a pitchers duel between Walker Buehler and Blake Snell Buehler allowed an unearned run over six and two thirds innings while snow pitched a career high seven two thirds innings allowing just Will Smith twentieth Homer in the eighth inning that forced extra innings Philip gone San Diego

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Hoskins Hits 2 HRs in Return, Phils Beat Slumping Padres 7-4

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last month

Hoskins Hits 2 HRs in Return, Phils Beat Slumping Padres 7-4

"Reese Hoskins went two for three with two home runs in his return from the I. L. as the Philadelphia Phillies beat the San Diego Padres seven to four Hoskins two home runs were half of the four Philadelphia home runs hit off the country's beleaguered bullpen triple Cabrera went four for five with a home run and three RBIs to coming from a two out two run single in the fourth inning and the Philly first baseman talks about the importance of having him in the leadoff spot is a bit of a wild card in the box which makes it tougher for pitchers to game plan and lead off the game that's that's tough so it's nice to see him get on base later today and and string together for quite good about us Kyle Gibson had his best start for Philadelphia going eight innings allowing a run on six hits for his ninth win his third with the Phillies Philip gone San Diego

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Does 'Revenge' Work as a War Strategy?

The Dan Bongino Show

02:02 min | Last month

Does 'Revenge' Work as a War Strategy?

"Is a strategy and maybe after 9 11 When we went into Afghanistan, our focus should have been revenge. And maybe we should really have that national conversation. Air quotes Everybody always talks about on every other issue. Maybe our idea should have been to go in there and inflict punishing generational damage on our enemies so that they never think about attacking us again. It's a point I'm gonna get you brought up by Michael Anton in an excellent piece. Maybe we should have won him with his big strike. With a massive strike. We should have finished the job and leveled that place. I know that. Listen, it's not me like it. Trying to, you know, chess part for speaking faux bravado. You can understand what we say. Well, Dan, it wasn't you going in there? It wasn't I was a secret service agent at the time. I wasn't in the military, and that's a fair criticism. Fair. I'm not immune to criticism. I'm gonna region a second, a guy and, uh, send me a message on my Facebook page during the break of disagrees You know you're owed the other side as well. But please Revenge is a strategy. You may not like it, but it is most certainly a strategy here. I got this from Philip during the break. He says, Dan I like what you do, but I disagree with your take that revenge is a strategy. He agrees with Congressman Crenshaw, who had said that this morning on Fox News that revenge is in a strategy, he says it's not a strategy. It can be a motivator, but it doesn't lay out a plan to achieve an objective. Act only out of revenge is a reflex and his irresponsible Philip II deeply appreciate your perspective. I mean that I don't only take feedback on the show or read it. That's positive. That would be disingenuous. The country of 330 million people, which that with divergent views, But I think you're making my point candidly, not yours. Yes, it is a motivator, but it's also a de motivator. An act of violence motivated out of revenge as a war strategy is a very real motivation to not do what

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National Review Online's Philip Klein Critiques Lindsey Graham, Mitt Romney for Inconsistencies

Mark Levin

01:44 min | Last month

National Review Online's Philip Klein Critiques Lindsey Graham, Mitt Romney for Inconsistencies

"Is in every respect at every level a disaster this first bill And for 19 Republicans to go along with it. The problem is Phil, seven of them. Just won re election. Three of them are not running for re election. So that's 10 out of the 19. You have people like Lindsey Graham always poses as a conservative and so forth, But I must say from my perspective always lets us down. And the Yeah, Go ahead. Yeah, No, I was going to say I'm Lindsey Graham. I mean, the thing about it was that if you remember weeks ago, they all met in front of the White House and touted this great bipartisan agreement. And then Biden says, Well, if this kind it comes to my desk without, you know, the the 3.5 Trillion bill. I'm not going to sign it. And so then Lindsey Graham says, Oh, he's acting like we're a bunch of idiots. What I'm done with this. And then he turned and then bide and just issues. Um, you know, mild statement, and then all of a sudden, Lindsey Graham's back on board a few days later. Do you remember when Romney said he was severely conservative? Yes, I do. I was standing in the room. I think he's severely unhinged now, and I don't get this at all. We have We have a senator from Mississippi Wicker for criminal in Mississippi. If we can't hold the senator from Mississippi if we can't hold the senator from South Carolina, a senator from Louisiana Cassidy We have Kapito from West Virginia, whose father was the governor of West Virginia. She's got a solid hold on that seat. We can't hold her. I mean, I'm looking down the list here. It's just absolutely stunning. It's shocking, Is it not? Yeah. I mean, they must all be getting something.

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National Review Online's Philip Klein Says Passing Infrastructure Bill Is Disgraceful

Mark Levin

01:54 min | Last month

National Review Online's Philip Klein Says Passing Infrastructure Bill Is Disgraceful

"Republicans, everything that they've told us about this for months. Has been a lie, Uh, they claimed it would be fully paid for the CBO says it's going to add a quarter trillion to the deficit. They claimed it would only narrowly focused On things like roads and bridges. That's only 20% of the bill, And they claimed it would scare away moderates from supporting the larger $3.5 trillion bill that Krems in The entire radical liberal agenda. And, um, the Democrats are moving full speed ahead with that larger bill. They didn't waste a moment. Um and you know, this isn't at a time when we're running out. Massive surplus. Um where early coming around the pandemic coming out of the pandemic where If all these built paths we will spent $10 trillion in just The past year and a half above our existing spending and Biden's own budget says that we're on pace to break the World War two record for debt as a share of the economy. Inflation is out of control. Um, so it's it's infuriating, the Republicans would essentially grease the wheels. Biden to pass his big bipartisan accomplishment at this time. And what especially, um enraging is that it's coming at a time right after Biden, Um said, defied the Supreme Court and an issued an illegal eviction moratorium. Um, and that Congress was supposed to act on and it did it. Um, so he thumbed his nose at both other branches of government, and Republicans responded by delivering him this huge victory. Um, and it's disgraceful.

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Philip Rivers Is Already Hinting at Making His NFL Comeback

The Rich Eisen Show

00:39 sec | Last month

Philip Rivers Is Already Hinting at Making His NFL Comeback

"Philip Rivers thinking about coming out of retirement. Possibly. You know, your own career obviously ended, you know far differently. But just this idea of Philip Rivers still thinking like he might has something left in the tank. What's that process like you think for him? Well, first of all, it's sort of Kind of feels very far. Vienne for him to put that out there, you know, Like here we are. It's like two days after the Colts quarterback has surgery. That this story comes out. I mean, the timing is just Very interesting. I'm not mad at him for it. You know, I think it's crazy like let's let's let's

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Podcasts Are the New Pulpit With Misty Philip, Host of 'By His Grace'

Podcast Movement 2021

00:40 sec | Last month

Podcasts Are the New Pulpit With Misty Philip, Host of 'By His Grace'

"Friends sunny galt who works at zen caster. She says podcast are the new pulpit. And i think we really did see that over the pandemic when people couldn't go to church but i think there's another aspect another layer to that in that we can reach people all over the world and fulfill the great commission from the comfort of our own home in to me that's astounding that. The gospel message is going into places in the world where there is a. Small percentage of christians and people are being filled with messages of hope and love. And that is just really exciting to

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Philip McKernan on Finding the Courage to Speak Your Truth

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

02:03 min | Last month

Philip McKernan on Finding the Courage to Speak Your Truth

"Philip. Welcome back to the mystical creative for the fourth time. Yeah thank you. it's i can honestly say it's an absolute utter privilege. I've talked to you. It's been what it's been like for the audience. But i can tell you. It's been immensely rewarding for mesa. Thank you well. Before we hit record. I don't think anybody in our audience is gonna be complaining that you are back for a fourth time. You have a new book out which we will talk about quite a bit of detail. But for that i wanna ask you something that. I don't believe that i've asked you before. And that is what did your parents do for a living. And what impact did that end up having on the choices that you've made throughout your life in your career. My mother was a stay at home. Mom and i think that she in later life had some regrets and has some regrets around that she is a massive animal lover. And i don't think she ever fully embraced and stepped into that so when i was growing up so kid or maybe when i was even before i was born my mother would have home students. My parents chose to put a true private school. Even though argue they couldn't really afford it as put them under pressure so my mother did that for for income but for the most part she was a stay at home mom and my dad was in sales and he ended up becoming the sales director of a very large distribution drinks company beverages soft drinks pop alcohol etc etc which were eventually acquired by guinness. He contemplated becoming an entrepreneur And as most of us do when we think about studying business we often think sometimes from a very limited standpoint. sometimes we think about it through the lens of who we are and what we've done as opposed to possible excited out in the peripheral and a member him looking at buying a pub at just outside of the city of dublin. And i'll always remember going to see the pob and it would have been a huge outlay in order open. A big change lives and i'm so glad he never takes. I think it would have been his grave now if he if he did both in terms of the work ethic the smoking in the pubs at the time and just the general lifestyle so my dad was in sales and my mom was A stay at home mum

Philip Mesa Guinness Dublin