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"polytech" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

05:51 min | 10 months ago

"polytech" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"I enjoy the podcast greatly and have been working again through the back catalogue of your shows. I'm currently listening to the old episode anthology of horror volume three from last year. And i want to comment on the whole sixth finger thing the idea of having six fingers on one hand polytech is actually a dominant trait in humans and more animals actually however it is rarely expressed because the recessive gene. Four or five. Digits is the dominant gene in the population. That being said if one of your parents had the dominant gene and passed it on to you. It would be expressed so having six. Digits is not a birth defect as was stated in the podcast so considering that politics is the dominant trait it could in theory come into dominance in expression if we were to do some selective breeding that would produce more people who have this gene as dominant. Of course that would be horrific as you would essentially have to perform your genetics to do this. Since the recessive gene is is the dominant express gene and to increase the number faster. You'd want your breeding stock to have two copies of the dominant gene. So i feel that you you kind of missed out on the horrific implications of the evolved form of the character. Having six fingers a whole lot of bad crap had to happen to get there while there was also another episode where you talked about somebody who damage. They're hearing by something happening in their mouth. I'm sorry but i don't remember the name of the episode. I immediately wondered if the damage occurred for my pressure. Wave passing from the mouth up the station tube into the inner ear. Lots of people forget about this design our anatomy and the the issues that can be caused from this connection to the inner ear. I think this was in reference to our episode on The eggs remember exploding eggs or if you there right cases where somebody microwave to hardboiled egg then bid into it and it exploded like a bomb in their mouth. Finally one of the anthology of horror episodes who referred to the simpsons episode with king and kudos wanting to cook humans. That was one of one of the early. If not the first treehouse of horror episodes. Canaan coach abduct the simpsons when they are in the backyard. Barbecuing lisa becomes suspicious of the aliens. Ultimately finds the alien cooks cookbook. That implies that they are fattening up the simpsons to eat much hilarity ensues as each side continues to blow space dust off the title until they reveal that they had no intention attention of eating. The simpsons still one of the best king and koto stories in my honest opinion. Anyway keep up the great work in. Stay safe erin yeah. I recently watched the the very first treehouse episode. And this is one of them. This is back when it's it's cain kudos but also a third alien whose name i don't remember but it's the chef and its voiced by james earl jones. Oh wow i've completely forgotten that that's not in my memory at all. Yeah i think. James earl jones like they started off having a tradition of james earl jones. Being a voice actor in their treehouse episodes but it only lasted..

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"polytech" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

06:11 min | 11 months ago

"polytech" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Talk to people presented at groups or something. And I hear over and over again. You just don't see the birds anymore. You don't see butterflies anymore. You don't see bees anymore, and I encourage people and I encourage your listeners. If you live in an area if you live in a house, or even an apartment building has a little bit of property around it. Plant plants that will attract and support bees and birds. Because our wellbeing is dependent on this. I mean, the bird population has fallen by 29% since 1970. Rob if we don't as individuals make an effort to provide Forage and housing for birds and bees. We're just not gonna have food. And if you look at the farmers and you look in the farm literature Over and over. You see, increasingly The impact of climate change on farmers. A very conservative lot. And because of the way their finances work, the increasing financial stress that farmer's air going under You know, when I think of this At my friend since I live out on an island off the coast of Washington state, we have a few acres and My wife and I have made a really commitment to plant plants that will support bees and birds. And butterflies, and we still see a lot of birds and because I think if you think of it from the point of a beer, a bird, you know you're kind of flying over and most. It's a little like flying over the ocean, most of it There's no place to go. There's no help. And then occasionally you see these little islands. Is that where you can get safe harbor where you know there's something to eat. There's there's ah place to make a nest or a place. On a hive. So if everybody would begin to think in those terms and realized creating islands of safety for birds and bees. Would be is an enormously important thing that any ordinary individual can do, because if they don't do it Then the ecosystems are breaking down in the same thing's true in the oceans, the acidification of the oceans in the rise of the temperature, the amount of pollution in the plastics, these micro plastics That we enter into the food change so that you catch a fish in their bodies are filled with these little micro plastic things. We are in a crisis on we need to individually begin doing whatever we can. To provide safe harbor and support for these ecosystems because their collapse is our collapse. No doubt about it, and you know, it's all. It's an interesting phenomena in the Worship of, you know the hero, the cult of the hero or the Hollywood figure or the politician and we've grown up now for about 100 years with the diminishment of the individual thinking that they matter unless they have wealth, position or place. Or power, and the tragedy is, as you often hear people say, Well, what can I do? I'm only one person in his. You and others point out if all of us did something of value that adds up to a great deal each in our ecosystems wherever it isthe Absolutely What people don't realize is that there is no force on earth more powerful than the collective action and intention. Of ordinary people. I mean, that's how Ghandi got independence for India without having to fight a war. He changed the consciousness of the country and the British weren't forced out. They chose to leave. Because it became unsustainable. So the idea that you have to be rich or powerful or, you know, have official title or an army. From That's the story that gets told, But the reality is When individuals make individual choices. Huge things change. Look at the ME to movement. Look at the Gato LGBT Q movement. Those are huge social movements where consciousness changes. And we know from the research that was done at Van Rensselaer Polytech. That whenever 10% of any group whether it's a church group of school group or a nation changes in consciousness, the whole cohort has to change to accommodate it. So if you think about it that way. What you're really talking about is what can I as an individual due and the answer is every day you make hundreds of choices. You choose to buy certain things to go certain places to patronize certain stores. And if you begin to realize that every one of those choices is a vote And you choose toe only vote for that which is fostering of well being. So that in any place where you have a choice to make you always choose the option that is the most compassionate life affirming. And supportive of well being. And you tell your friends you're doing this is a discipline and invite them to join you. Just the people that are listening to this program. Have the power to change the course of American history. Beautifully said You're just joining us. Stephanie Schwartz is our guests. You confined online a triple w dot Schwartz report dot net S c h w A R T.

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"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"In doing tried not just with a your commuting the other possible worlds will for brexit supporters they were getting the champagne on ice three I's I'm really excited by the hot tonight even if I I feel safe in a party because I call it my country to be free and independent thing right a senior U. S. commander is warning tonight of a potential risk to US troops marine general Frank mackenzie says there's been an uptick in Iranian activity the US commander for the Middle East as he seeing a worrisome trend of Iranian interference during an unannounced visit to Afghanistan is as teh Ron is now trying to go after U. S. and allied forces through proxy malicious Wooster Polytech math professor is helping the U. S. army to create a thumb sized chemical sensor that can be worn on the battlefield soldiers could be able to detect dangerous chemicals more quickly professor Randy Pathan Roth explains so we are creating a a combination of classic and new manner allows a chemical sensing system toward a soldier or other first responder Louis and accurately into something dangerous if assigned interesting environment what's really interesting some of the students the PhD students of Wooster Polytech helped in this research my entire interview with the professor coming up at seven oh three in the news with don Huff it was land mines that was the big topic at the Pentagon today as we found out from CVS is Cammy McCormick defense secretary mark asper said land mines are an important tool for US forces at the end the day we want to make sure that we have all the tools are tool kit that are legally available and effective to ensure our success and to ensure the protection of our soldiers sailors airmen marines critics argue land mines are dangerous to civilians along after conflicts come to an end Kathy McCormick CBS news the Pentagon the White House is widely expected to relax Obama era restrictions on the military's use of land mines coming up next traffic and weather together New England business news another special report from Washington on the Senate impeachment trial things are gonna go very swiftly from now on there will be no witnesses Ben Parker with the update coming up in minutes looking around your business I see tablets laptops the printer smartphones they're all connected.

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"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Airport someone was cultivating marijuana with its seventy thousand acre foot print Ellis fort worth International Airport has lots of remote undisturbed and apparently fertile land two people have been arrested and face felony possession charges Jim Ryan ABC news Dallas early returns are encouraging on delta airlines service between Worcester at Detroit was to report director Andrew Davis as some days are better than others but overall it's been a success Matt massport's as the ridership is average about seventy five percent of capacity during the first three weeks building a space ship that can go faster and father NASA working with the Wooster Polytech professor on its project to reach Mars someday we're actually working on an image super resolution algorithms those algorithms are being used to find flaws in the carbon materials that are being used to make the fuel tanks on NASA rockets the New Hampshire company nano comp makes those materials and is using W. P. I associate math professor Randy puffin rock and his students to help perfect those materials any mission that NASA wants to do they have to build space crap out of materials and they want those materials to be stronger to improve the safety of the space craft semana comp is building these very beautiful very impressive material to do that and we help them into the chilled even better profit Roth says he in a students are combining cutting edge neuro networks technology and nineteenth century mathematics to create the algorithms Kim Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston's news radio Rolling Stone played their first show at the Rose Bowl in a quarter century reporter Britney hopper says it wasn't the only news coming from the show.

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"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Got to get down a goal the one of one of the dances says as many as six hundred fifty million people around the world were watching as Apollo eleven landed on the moon a Wooster Polytech soon in mechanical engineering says that Apollo eleven mission sparked his passion for science twenty four year old Alex Castaneda will be part of an experimental flight next month in Orlando Florida the goal obtain data in zero gravity environment for use on the international space station ultimately the researchers goal keep high performance electronics cool in orbit your phone for example has electronics inside of it and all those electronics heat up so there has to be some sort of way for those electronics to stay cool so that they don't fryer so that they don't burn all the parts your phone this all happened twenty six years before he was born Castaneda says the historic Apollo eleven mission to the moon piqued his interest in this field it was the driving force for not only my interest in space research but also for the interest to conduct be space research as a country and also as a planet really it is eleven twelve and time now for a check on sports use WBZ's Joel stern at Camden yards the Orioles homered twice off David price they go on one eleven to win if any Santander with a three run home run in the first also because of the three two one Sam Travis is to one shot on the second well the Orioles breaking open in the fourth on key on brought since two run home run price less just four innings giving up six runs eight hits no help from the bullpen as cold burn Ryan Weber combine to give up far more runs tonight will be reports Sello freezing Ricky Thomas Holman Mason a volley will be activated for tonight's game and to make room the rent's onsen down Ryan Weber elsewhere yeah he's over the Rockies a two white Sox Valerie's nine two the mariners should out the angel said nothing Mike Leake has a perfect game broken up in the ninth on a little single by Louise ring you follow read his allows you will start on the pole in Sunday's Cup series race at New Hampshire motor speedway Bob you will have an open update from oil port.

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"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Business minute with Amazon prime day twenty nineteen in the books toy companies are sizing up potential hits and misses I made an interesting holiday outside of what we typically think about it the toy holiday this year twenty makers including Barbies Mattel and Bratz dolls maker am G. A. entertainment offered new products for Amazon's mid summer sales event Stefanie Wyss sink as an analyst at Jefferies she says the toy companies are learning about how consumers are changing their behaviors both online and off forcing companies had sting ideas in the middle of July to see what the consumers responses and that will help inform their strategies or the big important holiday in the fourth quarter Jeffries estimates that some seventy percent of toys sales occur in the final three months of the year and well July is typically a slow time for toys sales the bankruptcy of toys R. us is given toy makers another prime motivation to make a big splash on prime day all the trade makers are paying more attention to Amazon given the absence of toys R. us as a partner I'm Jeanne Meserve Eddie Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio eighty five degrees in Boston an excessive heat warning in effect through tomorrow night when you get to the mid and upper nineties today about six hundred fifty million of people on earth watched or listened to Neil Armstrong's first words from the surface of the moon fifty years ago today ABC's Brian Clark tells us it was a long day Neil Armstrong and buzz Aldrin landed on the moon surface shortly after four PM eastern time fifty years ago today but it was nearly seven hours later when the lunar module hatch opened and thirty eight year old Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon Armstrong and Aldrin spent more than twenty one hours on the moon before lifting off and docking with the command module or Michael Collins had maintained a solitary orbit around the moon Brian Clark ABC news a Wooster Polytech student in mechanical engineering says the Apollo eleven mission sparked his passion for science Alex Castaneda tells us why he's going to Florida in a couple weeks ago a PhD student and my adviser as well as to NASA collaborators will be actually flying on a zero gravity parabolic flight down in Orlando in order to test our equipment out in a zero gravity environment.

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"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Were already at eighty here in Boston it was fifty years ago today Apollo eleven completing its mission we got to get down a goal the a lot of land that was astronauts Neil Armstrong and buzz Aldrin becoming the first humans to reach the moan and before taking those historic first steps Neil Armstrong confirming with mission control that the lander had in fact touched down a Wooster Polytech student in mechanical engineering says this Apollo America will Paul eleven mission sparked his passion for science twenty four year old Alex Castaneda will be part of a zero gravity flight come August fifth in Orlando Florida he'll be boarding a hollow now commercial aircraft joining him will be Jamaal you have to be the head of the WPI mechanical engineering department and NASA collaborators as well the goal obtain data in a zero gravity environment to develop an experiment for use on the international space station and ultimately the researchers goal keep high performance electronics cool in orbit your phone for example has electronics inside of it and all those electronics heat up so there has to be some sort of way for those electronics to stay cool so that they don't fryer so that they don't burn all the parts your phone so it happened twenty six years before he was even born to Castaneda says the historic Apollo and eleven mission to the moon piqued his interest in this field it was the driving force for not only my interest in space research but also for the interest to conduct be space research and the country and also as a planet really president trump welcoming Apollo eleven astronaut Michael Collins and buzz Aldrin to the White House yesterday along with the family of Neil Armstrong commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of the Apollo moon landing Aldrin says the U. S. is lost the capability to launch that same at mission it did fifty years ago error number one rock right now in the US number one spacecraft yeah.

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"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The beach. I kept my electric heaters just in case. Okay. Family. Thank you. professor fox for twenty two traffic is next get the story on w._b._z. boston's means radio talk about it on w._r. k._o. jeff kunar in the mornings howie carr in the afternoon and bbc somewhere in the middle of the discussion runs all day on the voice of boston because do change our mind a._m. six eighty w. r. k. o steal to real club is the less obstruction bucks you'll ever need you can take our word for it wasn't you hunt fish camp hike backpack or just crave the wild each boxes filled with quality outdoor gear that's handpicked by the most passionate outdoorsman and women we could find we're just as obsessed with the outdoors as you are and our goal is to give you the best gear from the best brands to help you give a point eight to point the all won't blazing your own trail along the way we're so sure this deal to real club will have new counting down the days until your next box arrives that will give you your money back if you're not completely thrilled with what's inside yes it's amazing yes every single item is picked by outdoor experts that yes you can have one box of awesome this delivered each month by visiting steel to real club dot com use code radio steel to real club dot com today for twenty percent off your first order get ready to unblocks the outdoors in one thousand nine hundred seventy wooster polytech institute pioneered project based learning to give students opportunities to apply classroom knowledge to help solve real world problems this distinctive approach has proven invaluable to alumni business leaders and global partners since two thousand fifteen more than one hundred and thirty colleges and universities from fifteen countries have worked with w._p._a. experts to customize project-based approaches for their own curriculums including twenty-six just last week learn more at w._p._i. dot e._d._u. start and end your week with take every monday and friday owned mysteries two nights a week in beings lived for two stories told us only dateline can this show is ultimately about relationships people want to talk about their loved ones they want to talk about what happened there don't seem to be any fewer stories to tell mysteries two nights a week ten nine central only on n._b._c. back to the roads in the rain on a tuesday with my and the subaru retailers of new england all-wheel-drive.

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"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"polytech" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Simmons though believes the Bill would put too much strain on school superintendents. The Bill requires superintendents to respond to parents inquiry within ten days, but he says that's not enough time. Other major spring storm is moving across the country with heavy snow and powerful winds. Somebody's blizzard warnings are going to be up for thirty six hours, a huge Winfield with this. As far south as Texas could see wins over fifty miles an hour. Denver getting the worst of it Thursday night into Friday morning, still snowing in St Cloud Friday morning, and as far as snow totals. Go one to two feet of snow from Nebraska through Minnesota that's meteorologist, rob mar. The NBA regular season came to an end last night in the Orlando Magic start their first playoff series in seven years on this weekend. The number seven seed magical face the number two Toronto. Raptors in the first round magic coach Steve Clifford points out the teams played four times in the regular season. They're going to know us. Well, we need to know them well on in. So that's you know, having an offensive plan defensive plan. Everybody, you know, understanding what we're trying to do at both ends of the floor games. One and two will be played in Toronto before the series shifts to Orlando next Friday night, I checked in. There are tickets available starting at seventy four dollars. Darrell Moody, News ninety six point five WDBO. All right. Here's one your kids can use against you UCF part of east sports history. Now, the schools video gaming team, the gaming nights took second place at the first rocket league national championships held a Minneapolis UCF qualified for the east sports final four by winning the southern region. And then they made the finals by beating rent. Slur polytech institute, my teenage twin sons of black and decker are so very excited about the whole east sports thing they constantly tell me dad, there's lots of money to be made. And that there's college scholarships and everything else dad am all take out the garbage take thirty five now on Orlando's morning news. Joe will be hitting the next few days for this morning, patchy fog, and then as we go through the day, partly cloudy, mainly dry, highs run eight tonight, some more fog developing temperatures down to about seventy and then tomorrow hot one for Friday, partly cloudy, highs back into the low nineties from channel nine eyewitness news meteorologist Brian shields at sunny except for where it's foggy sixty four at Orlando's severe weather station. Safetouch Security triple team traffic for the first time in the longtime. No red alerts. I four eastbound starting to recover still gonna find slowdowns in spots from right around hurt with all the. Way.

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"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Classmates, we get the story now from WBZ's Carl Stevens in this ruling the court doesn't name the teenagers involved or the school. But we do know that in March of twenty seventeen a high school senior posted a threatening rap song targeting some classmates had headlines like taking your family down one by one. While the classmates went to court and got a harassment protection order against this rapper. A judge decided one song constituted at least three separate acts of harassment because so many people could hear it on social media. But the state supreme court has thrown that harassment. Order out say no one song. One act of harassment Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's NewsRadio drug company accused of creating and profiting from the opioid epidemic. Is now reportedly thinking about expanding into addiction treatment propublica sites blacked out portions of a lawsuit against the company Purdue pharma company, by the way is based right here in Massachusetts CBS's. Tony dokoupil has more. Now in a statement Purdue pharma called the release of the redacted information part of a continuing effort to single out Purdue blame it for the entire opioid crisis. And try the case in the court of public opinion, rather than the Justice system as for who may have released is information early. It's unclear the Massachusetts attorney general tells us it was not them. And in fact, they would not confirm the contents of the propublica article, by the way, Purdue pharma based in Connecticut that lawsuit is here in Massachusetts the suit, by the way alleges Purdue deceptively sold Oxycontin and downplayed its dangers company says it will continue to defend itself. A former Wooster polytech Nick institute football player is now suing the school and the national collegiate Athletic Association, claiming they knowingly exposed him to the hazards of repeated head injuries. Donald Robert was a cornerback on WPI's nineteen ninety nine squad. He alleges the school in NCWA only began to take serious measures to protect athletes from concussions. In the year. Twenty ten years after studies had already shown how repetitive head injuries can affect the brain is now seeking five million dollars to cover quote damages for past present and future medical expenses and all of their damages suffered an American tourist recovering today after an encounter with a hippo while on vacation in Zimbabwe. Kristen y'all door says a group of hippos tipped over the canoe that she and her husband were in one of the hippos, then wrapped its mouth around her leg. Thrashing her back and forth underwater for forty five seconds. She spoke with ABC's, Paula Farris, about the terrifying. Moments and how she survived was there a moment. We thought I'm not gonna make it only after I came back up and thought that if it grabbed me again than I don't think I could survive that again I- backstroked towards the shoreline, and then my husband and the two guys pulled me out of the water and put into the canoe Stapley on the shore, y'all doors had seven surgeries doctors do say she will likely make a full recovery right now. It is eleven forty nine in Boston. It's nine degrees. But doesn't feel like it at all it feels more like ten below. It's going to be the case for the rest of the day today. These wind still whipping out there right now in Boston coming from the west at fifteen miles an hour, keeping wind chills across the state pretty much in the single digits or below zero get the full forecast coming up in about four minutes. Traffic and weather together. A letter written and signed by abolitionist Harriet Beecher Stowe is being auctioned off tomorrow on the internet still, of course, the author of the novel uncle Tom's cabin. She was a renowned abolitionist who supported the underground railroad helping escaping slaves. The letter up for grabs is part of correspondence on slavery's negative impact on the country was written in Andover on October twenty seventh eighteen fifty two and the first bid for this letter is set right now at twenty one thousand dollars new study says manmade climate change is nothing. New the European invasion of the Americas killed so many indigenous people that caused global climate change according to scientists from University College London, they estimate sixty million people were living in. In the Americas win Columbus arrived, but through disease conquest and slavery only five million were left a century later, abandoned farmland was reclaimed by forests and vegetation, which pulled down enough carbon dioxide to chill the planet. What Mark Maslin who worked on? The study calls this genocide generated drop in CO two Larry Miller CBS news, London. And the state of Hawaii now setting a national record for rainfall. According to the national weather service, these torrential downpours that flooded. The the Hawaiian island of Kawai last year set the record for the most rain in a twenty four hour period. So how much did it take to set the country's record forty nine point seven inches?.

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"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"All right. We are looking at the Dow Jones soaring up seven hundred and nine points and right now at twenty three thousand three ninety five and across the indices seeing major developments today. Let's thank God. Great jobs report more than three hundred thousand jobs created apparently in December. We'll check in in a little bit with Tracy jonky over at Bloomberg. And this story out of the courts, the supreme judicial court is ruling in favor of a former member of the WPI women's softball team. Who said she was injured during an incident in Florida Carl Stevens with this story Carolyn Roach, played on the softball team Wooster polytech Nick institute a couple of years ago during spring training, the whole team was in Florida at the home of the coaches parents. She said she was injured when she was pushed in the pool part of a hazing incident. She alleges she says she's seriously injured his shoulder after hitting the side of the pool when she was pushed in she sued the coaches parents in Massachusetts court, but a judge. Judge threw it out because the parents live out of state. The state supreme court, however, has reinstated the lawsuit because the coaches parents were served with the complaint while they were in Massachusetts attending a softball game. WPI Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's News Radio. All right, Carl. Thank you. And in tyngsboro police are searching for a nineteen year old from Nashua. After a stabbing police responded to a home on frost road, a seventeen year old boy was taken to the hospital after being stabbed in the stomach. He's in stable condition and expected to survive. Let's go back now to Tracy jonky over Bloomberg business news, twenty minutes before that closing bell rings, and we are ringing in a much better day than yesterday. My question is how much better a lot better. I mean, it's almost like yesterday's equally. A large losses never happened Laurie. We're looking at a Dow gain of seven hundred points, the NASDAQ up to fifty three the SMP up seventy eight you'll recall that apple was the leader of the losses yesterday. It's a big part of the gains now, but it's still has a ways to go. It was worries yesterday that China wasn't going to be one of Apple's best customers for much longer..

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"polytech" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Plenty of times he's so passionate, his energy, his play design, his creativity, his memory. I think a lot of people starting to starting to see how how smart he is, and the way he can remember in the symbol and put things together. And when you have a talented group of men, it's a challenge sometimes to put guys in fine roles for everybody and. And and put him in position to succeed and understand their their strengths and weaknesses, and these coaches all have the ability to do that. And I'm just excited to see where you know where we're Sean McVay is going where he know about Bill. He's a legend first ballot hall of Famer and embraceable is just getting started. So those three coaches are on the same page and a lot of different ways, but very exciting to watch and watch their teams. All right. I can't wait to watch a football life. Willie McGuinness Friday, eight pm American standard time on the NFL network. Your from Long Beach obviously wants polytech, then you want to USC. How hard was it to be a college stud in your home? You know, it was fun. It was always a dream of mine via Trojan because they were not just the football team, their family, and you never leave the university. Once you go, you're always the Trojan and you know what was special about it is it gave me opportunity for my parents. We couldn't afford college and all that stuff definitely couldn't afford USC, but in the scholarship and being so close gave my parents and family an opportunity to come watch me play and be close and for me to get a great education and also be, you know, on the highest level when it comes to football. So I, it was special. I'm still a part of the university. I'm a, I'm an ambassador of the football program and like I said, their family and it was great for me to to to be a kid from Long Beach to go up and play for one of the, you know, four childhood dream of institution like USC and still be a part of that. Man. So I'm lucky, I'm blessed my said every day was the Hiller school. You had in mind, obviously you wanna USC, but was there another one that was like in the decision? What to Colorado? I went to visit UCLA and I went, you know, I counsel my trip to a lot of schools. I canceled much ripped to Notre Dame and Miami. I was just kind of over the recruiting process. I knew where I wanted to go. So I was kinda over it, but there was a little pool back because I I went, I went visited Colorado and my my dad really liked Colorado. So some conversation there. But you know, I had to make an executive decision to make sure to let us know going to USC you get your the fourth pick of the draft. I should've known that by the way before you said it there. That's something I should've looked into as a host of a show. That's on me. What was your first purchase? Fourth pick of the draft that had to be a pretty good day. What was the first purchase? What was the first thought like, okay, we finally got cake. What are we going to get now? It actually wasn't for me Pat. It was for my mom, Toyota Camry to first thing. Those were the hot cars back or if she wanted. So I bought moms cameras. That's beautiful. You get up to New England. Have you had you ever been to that part of the country before? What was it like transitioning from being a Kelly boy to now living in the New England area which is vastly different? I'd assume. Coli coaches shock and no, I had not ever been in the region, didn't know anything about New England when I got drafted like where the hell is. Eight. Anywhere near. Play out of the country. Eve young, I didn't know what was going on, but it was great..

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"polytech" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

03:55 min | 3 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

"Plenty of times he's so passionate, his energy, his play design, his creativity, his memory. I think a lot of people starting to starting to see how how smart he is, and the way he can remember in the symbol and put things together. And when you have a talented group of men, it's a challenge sometimes to put guys in fine roles for everybody and. And and put him in position to succeed and understand their their strengths and weaknesses, and these coaches all have the ability to do that. And I'm just excited to see where you know where we're Sean McVay is going where he know about Bill. He's a legend first ballot hall of Famer and embraceable is just getting started. So those three coaches are on the same page and a lot of different ways, but very exciting to watch and watch their teams. All right. I can't wait to watch a football life. Willie McGuinness Friday, eight pm American standard time on the NFL network. Your from Long Beach obviously wants polytech, then you want to USC. How hard was it to be a college stud in your home? You know, it was fun. It was always a dream of mine via Trojan because they were not just the football team, their family, and you never leave the university. Once you go, you're always the Trojan and you know what was special about it is it gave me opportunity for my parents. We couldn't afford college and all that stuff definitely couldn't afford USC, but in the scholarship and being so close gave my parents and family an opportunity to come watch me play and be close and for me to get a great education and also be, you know, on the highest level when it comes to football. So I, it was special. I'm still a part of the university. I'm a, I'm an ambassador of the football program and like I said, their family and it was great for me to to to be a kid from Long Beach to go up and play for one of the, you know, four childhood dream of institution like USC and still be a part of that. Man. So I'm lucky, I'm blessed my said every day was the Hiller school. You had in mind, obviously you wanna USC, but was there another one that was like in the decision? What to Colorado? I went to visit UCLA and I went, you know, I counsel my trip to a lot of schools. I canceled much ripped to Notre Dame and Miami. I was just kind of over the recruiting process. I knew where I wanted to go. So I was kinda over it, but there was a little pool back because I I went, I went visited Colorado and my my dad really liked Colorado. So some conversation there. But you know, I had to make an executive decision to make sure to let us know going to USC you get your the fourth pick of the draft. I should've known that by the way before you said it there. That's something I should've looked into as a host of a show. That's on me. What was your first purchase? Fourth pick of the draft that had to be a pretty good day. What was the first purchase? What was the first thought like, okay, we finally got cake. What are we going to get now? It actually wasn't for me Pat. It was for my mom, Toyota Camry to first thing. Those were the hot cars back or if she wanted. So I bought moms cameras. That's beautiful. You get up to New England. Have you had you ever been to that part of the country before? What was it like transitioning from being a Kelly boy to now living in the New England area which is vastly different? I'd assume. Coli coaches shock and no, I had not ever been in the region, didn't know anything about New England when I got drafted like where the hell is. Eight. Anywhere near. Play out of the country. Eve young, I didn't know what was going on, but it was great..

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"polytech" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

04:28 min | 3 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"What's up. Everybody welcome to kinda funny games daily for Thursday. August ninth, twenty eighteen. I'm one of your host, Greg Miller alongside Tam Armstrong studio director, polytech. Mike over there says like, you know, a hundred people clapping exactly. There's a hundred people there outside a lot of people. You were the studio. I have you understand small operation but elevated operation. Yes. Some of the kids have talked about, uh, pulling back these curtains and doing like TRL used to have the kids lineup on the sidewalk with sign. I think it's against law, but I've thought about it. I think it would work. Glad you're on board. Bring you closer. Close with people? Yeah, these people the want me any closer, Tim, how are you? I'm doing good. How are you? Good. Thank you for coming down and joining us today. Of course. Studio director for polytech? Yes. The people who made moss, there's Quayle right there. Everyone knows. I love moss PlayStation VR title now on other VR platforms as well. Right? We'll talk about moss and reader mail and all that jazz. But for someone just joining us who doesn't know your entire pedigree, what's your elevator pitch for who you are on the games? Industry? My elevator pitches, I started a company on a college failed spectacularly to be a profitable business that happens did we did ship a game? So it was the game. We're very proud of that. It was called barnyard invasion. Okay, seminal, classic. You rescue farm animals and we ship that on downloadable in the era before mobile. Okay. And after that, I went to Sony online entertainment heard of them. Yeah, yeah. And followed that with bungy work on worked on the agency. Oh, that the MO shooter prior to destiny. Yeah. Yeah. I remember getting obviously it was a big DC universe, online person? Yeah, I was playing fast and loose over there with people doing stuff. And I remember doing interviews with how house last name escapes me, but he was the guy over for us. So we all worked with hell. He gave us the demo, the agency and ran his through it. And then when it got rebooted and stuff showed us all that stuff. And then I'm sorry, then you went to bungee. Yeah, then it went to bungee worked on odious tea and reach for those games destiny. Okay. Yeah, you destiny. So I worked on character engineering, I guess, generally so animation AI and performance of the the code relative to that stuff. Okay. Yeah. And then you said to hell this thing? Well, not exactly earned the desk. I loved bungee run. What actually happened is we were across the street from valve and they had their very early VR stuff sit up when it was fiduciary markers. On the wall. And I think I'm pretty sure it was literally cell phone panels while hot glue ski goggles on my face. And so the experience experiences a user wasn't great. But what I saw there was so compelling that couldn't stop thinking about it really and my co, founders we couldn't stop thinking about it. And so once we finish destiny and completed our duties there, you know, fix the bugs that we had sought ship successfully. We thought, well, this is a really good time, right? This is a good time to do something new, and it's not going to compromise the work that follows that we were responsible for. And so we took the jump and you started Polly, and we started in the middle of twenty fifteen cheese. And so what then Maass just released last year. Yeah. So what that's about two years. I mean from you guys starting your own thing launching your first game. Yeah, actually, for production reasons. I went back through the counter which was. Nice little trip down memory, and we did it. We did an early an early demo, flat shaded, everything. It had quilt from the beginning, had the book from the beginning didn't have much of anything else. And we did that and we actually worked on some other things in the meantime after that. And then when we closed our funding in twenty sixteen is when we really started on on moss full-time. So the actual full production of the game was really only about fifteen months. Okay, very aggressive, short timetable, you know? Yeah, seems like the Maas to should be pretty close, but we'll talk about that later for right now. This is kind of funny games daily. If you didn't know each and every week, Dan variety of platforms, we run you through the nerdy video game news and he's about if you.

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"polytech" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

True Crime Brewery

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on True Crime Brewery

"The sciences took piano and guitar lessons he left science his favorite toy was his ham radio so we're we're setting up to be pretty geeky guy aren't we yes very advanced he used to talk to people all over the world on his ham radio there's grammar school in nineteen sixty two when he was seven he took a course in strana at the hayden planetarium in manhattan with adults by the time he is teenager west orange high school he was an honor student and scored eight hundreds on his college boards just like me did not even close okay bob also love sports he made the varsity cross country team he took judo lessons now through the use of chokehold he learned how to render a person unconscious within seconds chokehold including the openhanded shintoism move that jabbed the neck caused his fix the by compressing the carotid artery that supply blood to the brain other choke holds if prolonged could even kill the advantage of such moves with that they were much easier and faster than the hands around the throat approach so he could simply put his hand on the person's shoulders and his sons on the neck over the karatas and apply pressure vulcan hold yeah that's what it was right so shoulders thumbs into the neck boom you got the karaj with a lot of pressure yeah well as a teenager he was following in his father's footsteps planning to be a doctor he had a photographic memory and he knew he could accomplish almost anything if you just went by the book but unfortunately bob didn't read any books on personal relationships or how to deal with people or interact socially so he was lacking there he began college at rensselaer polytech in troy new york in nineteen seventy two when he was just seventeen then he went on to study medicine at albany medical college in graduated for med school when he was only twenty two so he college in med school in five years right it's pretty amazing and that's not easy your curriculum which is tough for most people to do it in eight years would say so yes he did it in five yes at the same time he also got a pilot's license he did so driven guy super overachiever very proud parents but what the parents did notice is.

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"polytech" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

Giant Bombcast

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"polytech" Discussed on Giant Bombcast

"I am blogger services just like right when i hear how willing you are to go in for dream daddy and and how willing other people are to go in for that like that that felt like the one game that we hadn't heard much about and i don't i feel i don't know that imagine like i it seems like that i don't wanna put words in people's houses but it feels like this one is the one that everyone's like yeah because that was like yeah it's good but all these other ones people are like i really wanted because of this i really wanna because of that like uncharted just seems to be like this is all gave its googling i feel like it occupied the same space this acids ccri did where like there are there are a few people here who really love it but like it isn't a widespread thing and it's wellmade and i think you know were worthy of consideration but i maybe isn't always air will agree that the one knock i'll maybe have against your argument is that i think we were the three who played i was too as there are a lot of people who paid assassins creating relied on our hey i like some of us it was going out on a limb here but i think if any had play that he will be there i i bet i would but i would say the same thing for night in the woods as well polytech incentive there and we'll specifically knowing i really like i'm charlie shadlia physically wait knowing what your appreciate about games writing yes so the thing that i would say having not played it and hearing the arguments is on unsafe against some of these it does feel like it is a more polished refined version of of of a former thing whereas some of these are little more novel in latvia though that i betsy isn't that what the argument four dream daddy is is that you know which is a really good dating seven i will not holiday him anymore it is a really good tuesday adventure graphic click through.

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