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"pont" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Good Ponting, he has presided over a so called hot bench at the Supreme Court Bloomberg Law with June grotto from Bloomberg Radio. Welcome to the Bloomberg laws show. I'm June Grosso ahead in this hour to new taxes, laws and abortion ban and voting restrictions, stir controversy and lawsuits. A USA admissions list of VIP students whose parents donated big Bucks will figure in the first trial in the college admissions scandal, and the tiny Tennessee Fish case went all the way to the Supreme Court. The Justice Department stepped in on Thursday in an effort to block the country's strictest abortion law in Texas, setting up a high stakes legal battle after the Supreme Court refused to step in here is Attorney General Merrick Garland. The obvious and expressly acknowledged intention of this statutory scheme. Is to prevent women from exercising their constitutional rights by thwarting judicial review. For as long as possible. Joining me is Leah Litman, a professor of constitutional law at the University of Michigan Law School. Leah. This law has an unusual enforcement mechanism with private people enforcing it. So essentially making bounty hunters out of the public is that what's been causing problems for the courts? Yes, absolutely. So the fact that the state law authorises private citizens but not the defense to do to enforce the law. Was deliberately designed both to create uncertainties about who could be sued in order to prevent the law from going into effect and possibly prevent the law from being challenged at all. My point is that the mere existence of some procedural uncertainty on other issues and then other topics hasn't stopped the Supreme Court before the Supreme Court has been joined laws, even in the face of considerable procedural uncertainty. So, for example, when the court enjoined New York's response to the coronavirus, the response that in the joint, the New York policy wasn't even in effect, But there's a cream court said while it might go back into effect in the future, I do think the fact that this case involved abortion did affect the justice's decision. Some legal experts are calling this lawsuit against Texas A Hail Mary pass a delaying tactic. Do you agree? I think based on the history and practice of the federal government doing states when they are engaged in unlawful conduct, particularly unlawful conduct that if Assistant with the demands of federal program. I don't think this is some completely outlandish tactic out of left field. I think it has a very strong basis in law necessarily, usually feed, but I think it was right for the federal government, Violet Where are the grounds that the Justice Department is suing Texas under the United States is arguing that it can see Texas for really true, distinct reasons. The first set of reasons are because the Texas law interferes with access to abortion and therefore in violation of the Supreme Court cases, saying that people have the right to opinion an abortion before viability, and what the United States is asserting is that it can effectively raised the right and raised the injury. To the people who are denied access to abortion in Texas right now, and it can do that, because the state has deliberately thought to inflate itself from judicial review and enforced and and acting on the constitutional law for the United States, says that only we asserting the rights of people who are denied access to abortion were also enforcing the supremacy of federal law and become a sea of the constitution. And that is an interest that we, the United States and the federal government found by the company. Solution and the supremacy of federal law can raise The second group of interests are that the Texas law interferes with the ability of the United States to carry out a variety of federal programs that require federal contractors or federal officers in certain circumstances to assist people in a painting abortions if they want them before, example, people who are part of the federal job Corps people who are in federal prison People in the military. There is federal regulations or policies say if people in the federal government custody or in the federal program desire and are constitutionally entitled to have an abortion, and the federal government has to assist them in getting one, and so the state law that possibly subjecting the federal officers and federal contractors to liabilities interfering with federal programs, and that's something that states can't do. Do you see any procedural issues that Texas might raise? For example, Standing Texas is absolutely going to raise the host of arguments about why the federal court can't or shouldn't hear this case. You know. One thing, they will argue is that the United States hasn't truly been injured and that the United States can't assert the rights of individual people who want to obtain abortions. And I guess what I was saying is, yes. Maybe it's not typically the case that the federal government is bringing lawsuits to enforce or vindicate people's rights. But it's also not typically the case that deliberately engineer their laws to deprive people of their constitutional rights and make the law unchallengeable in court. So yes, lawsuit is new in some respects, but it knew it because the underlying Texas law that is seeking to challenges itself so unprecedented novel. The second set of interests. However, the idea that this practice law interferes with federal policies programs that's pretty well established that the United States can do when state law is interfering or undermining some federal program or potentially interfering with federal officers or federal contractor. We're assuming that this case will eventually reach the Supreme Court. How do you think the justices will align? I mean, I think based on what they did in the abortion providers lawsuit as well as their hostility to the abortion, right? I think it wouldn't be unreasonable to expect that the Supreme Court will not allow the United States to get this abduction against the Texas law. But that's not because the United States isn't right on the law because Again. This Texas law is so unique that there hasn't been a lawsuit under precisely these circumstances that the Supreme Court might feel compelled to follow and in part because.
"pont" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
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"pont" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
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"pont" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast
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"pont" Discussed on National Secular Society Podcast
"Frontal the campaign volunteer to a quality The attacks on the new reformed gay media. Gay news There were attacks upon a lgbt counseling advice services which they said were corrupting the nation so it was a big tough battle against these ridges figures who had a lot of public support and a lot of political support lots of members pont backing the festival of lights and the kinds of ideas. That is espoused. What's eventually you think. change these attitudes. Was it just society in general becoming more liberal towards the nineteen ninety s and then the two thousands. There's no doubt in my mind that it was only because of the campaigning of lgbt plus organizations and individuals that things began to change if we just sat back and allowed straight society to walk over us we would have had to wait. Many many more years to secure equal rights is very clear correlation between the campaigns and eventual change sir for example in the nineteen nineties. I was involved with the lgbt plus direct Outrage and we had a series of campaigns targeting every single anti lgbt plus law. We'd go for one than another then another and so on and throughout very spectacular daring controversial and sometimes quite fun and entertaining protests. We got a lot of media coverage and through this media coverage it raise public awareness about the scale of discrimination that i community faced began to build public support for change and of course the protests. Also put people in empowered under pressure to justify that homophobia so near the government's the media the church on the back foot by protests they were being challenged by us and by journalists to justify the homophobia that they were endorsing and adventure. Every time men. The realized that this really wasn't a very good They were losing a will. The public opinion was running against them. And so it did. And that's why eventually politicians felt emboldened to the dislike reform. We would go to politicians Public opinion polls show that a majority of the public support unequal age consent for game bisexual..
Former Delaware Governor Pierre 'Pete' Du Pont IV Dies
"Governor Pierre DuPont has died. If yours, Joel Rose reports DuPont sought the Republican presidential nomination in 1988. Pierre Dupont was born to wealth and status. But he gave up a comfortable career it his family's chemical business to go into politics here, is announcing his long shot bid for the presidency in 1986. I was born with Well known name. Genuine opportunity. I hope I've lived up to both. DuPont served three terms in Congress and two is the governor of Delaware. He was known as a fiscal conservative who helped to shore up the state's finances and turn it into a banking powerhouse. DuPont died Saturday in Wilmington after a long illness, according to his former chief of staff. He was 86 years old. Joel
"pont" Discussed on Sales Success Stories
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"pont" Discussed on Sales Success Stories
"Number that i try to maximize because i have faith that if i do the right input the output comes out the other end and that number is a percentage on the top of the fraction. Take the stuff that i most want to focus. On the time. I spend prospecting and the time spent working on opportunities that are going to be worth companies that are worth one hundred thousand dollars. A year or more launched arkley in terms of future potential and i divide that by the total time i spend working and i want this number to be at least sixty percent every week so in other words. If i'm working for five hours at least three of those need to be prospecting working on the largest ops now it's also worth noting this means. If i'm dividing by total time worked that every minute i spend on a low value prospect every internal meeting every rand water cooler conversation takes away from this system. By definition is flawed. You don't wanna take this to one hundred percent you don't want to skip every internal meaning and never talk to your colleagues but helped me focus in the right direction. So the question to you is if you in a way of capturing what work of yours feels like. It's the most valuable and seeing what the number was week to week and trying to increase it. Would that help you boost your commission for our the way. It's helped me and the final question is are you free to make your own choices. This can all feel a little bit restrictive at first right. You're putting all this time in little boxes fencing yourself in but it's actually incredibly freeing and the reason for that that because i have such a clear idea why care about what i care about and which clients i'm focusing on. I experienced a record. Low amount of micromanagement because my superiors can see that. I have a principal system. That's causing me to do the right thing whether or not looking so if you enjoy trying out new messaging or prospecting tactics if you want to change something at your company like get your product team to build something new or change. The sales process that you think is holding you back or if you just don't wanna work on. Fridays bringing data to that conversation is incredibly empowering. And lets you get what you want much more easily than if you just show up with an opinion and if you ever choose the switch jobs this level of self reflection changes the interview in a very positive way so these are some of the most important questions about your sale which i think are very hard to attack in a meaningful way without some sort of time tracking and we're we have the luxury in sales. That's one of the few highly paid professions or not measured by some nebulous performance review. It's about did you hit one number and follow the rules..
"pont" Discussed on Sales Success Stories
"Whatever appeals to you most at this phase of your life and to do that we're going to get to our second of the four big takeaways that daily improvement not occasional big efforts like a sales keno are the best way to get better. We're gonna approach that by looking at three tactical tips that hopefully you can take those and start improving right away and the reason. We're starting off by jumping between these. Tips is that the next two points that are going to be on. The slide are much more controversial and might not so secret plan. Is that if you find some of the stuff in in these tips useful any more willing to listen when some crazy stuff comes out later in the speech so let's get tactical tip number one. Don't write the same thing three times. I and many of you spend incredible amount of my time writing email in some fashion whether it's to a client or internally so anything we can do to make that an average email time go from six minutes down to say two minutes is gonna pay off over and over again and what we're going to try and do is take advantage of what you've written before and make it really easy to use it again now. Let's start off very simply at the word level. If you don't use any automation for stuff like this right now. I want you to take a second and think about how often are using certain really common phrases your name your e mail address your phone number. You might be copy and pasting your zoom link your company's tax. Id are linked to your vendor forms. Whatever but if you take those an atom up it's going to be many times a day and maybe thousands of times a year. So instead of doing that typing. Maybe he's a program like tactics bender where you can pick a series of keys that you aren't gonna accidentally hit otherwise say z. Mvp my initials. And it's gonna drop in a longer phrase in this case matt dupont..
"pont" Discussed on Sales Success Stories
"Is an enterprise. At who's obsessed with improvement. He's finished number one and attainment for the last three years and currently works at launch darkly a company selling to software engineers. Oh and before we get started. You can find the slides for matt's presentation and all of the twenty twenty summit presentations at top one dot. Fm forward slash. Twenty twenty slides. Here he is. Hi i'm at dupont. I sell software. Engineers at a great company called launch. Darkly and my goal is that the next twenty nine minutes and change are some of the most valuable time that you spend improving your sales this year. Now there's going to be a lot of great speakers during this conference and most them are way better sources than i am on any traditional approach the sales success so instead they'd like to today is focus our time on a little bit of a weirder approach. That has been key to me. Finishing number one and attainment at two separate companies in the past two fiscal years and that focus is obsessive improvement. Now every good story needs a and a villain and if obsessive improvement is gonna be the hero of our story the mediocrity represented by this red line on the graph is going to be our villain to look at the graph. We'll see on the horizontal axis is at the time that you've spent in a particular sales job and the vertical axis is how skilled you are at selling that product. And here's the trap that a salesperson might fall into at the very beginning. They're gonna improve quickly. You're getting to know your buyer. You're getting to know your company. You can't help but get better and better but unless you're unless that's salesperson's careful they can arrive at this long plateau with a pretty good job can take that away from them but they're not really getting better. I am obsessed with trying as hard as i can to make my trajectory more like this green line. We're even if i've been selling the same product for quite a while. I want to get a little bit better every day. So now we know a little bit about what's going on this graph. Let's talk about the biggest problem with what we see right now. That horizontal time is totally. Fine there are no problems there. It's concrete it's measurable but the vertical axis is really hand wavy. I mean skill at selling this product would exactly are trying to measure here and that brings us to the first of four points that i'm hoping you believe along with me by the end of our speech. Which is that commission that you make per hour is a great way to measure your own development as a.
An interview with CIEHF President, Amanda Widdowson On Why Design Should Be For Everybody
"Welcome to this episode of twelve to human factors. Podcast this interview. Something that i've been wanting to do for an awful long time to really get into what it means to be. The president of the chartered institute of human factors but calls with covert and with everything being terribly busy The current president has been a bit of person to track down. But i finally got hold of the individual sense. So welcome and thank you very much for joining us. Thank you very very pleased to be here. Yeah so. I'm underwood's don't you. Now the the human capability capability leave tallies But he hasn't always been there. Where did it all start. How did you get into human factors. going back to the very beginning which is quite a long time ago i i was looking for higher education qualification and that was related to the psychology degree that i did because i found that i i wasn't really Successful in getting related career once they graduated ignored. I go good degree I really interested in the bar logical sidon. Psychological side economics was contested marriage. Those two blends And i was lucky enough to get a medical research council. grant that he mse economics at ucla. I'm from then. I've been working in makes absence. So that was really. That was my big turning point. There's just something that i've always been passionate bow. And i've always been interested in my even my summer jobs that i had. I was always thinking. Oh you couldn't we design that back. So is this the right way to do things say i've always had an interesting vices. I'll say this past year has been challenging. Puerto possibly more challenging than most I've had suddenly felt that in the you know the wool working from home thing is certainly respect. It's been brilliant because you've been been home but then in some respects has been rather difficult because you've been at home all the time. Have you found it. How have you found working from home. Yeah it's been a k- i mean in. I think i'm fortunate in that myself. And my pont vice working from home at the moment. I'm we've got separate rooms the enabling today that off. He on this portion. As not. But i think is really helped us maintain the sensor base and ability to to what effectively saying that i did spend some Working out of sight because since the The nature of the weltman that i couldn't work from So i've also experienced that side as well and that's been really challenging. How you work in an office and work together to kind of huddle. But you've got to maintain the social distancing it's very strange nomination though I've been able to do my job. in just as effectively I haven't really had a. She's being a consultant anyway on east working remotely and in different places and did occasionally wet from home before say I've found it a lot easier. I think than than most hasn't been such a change for me so And in some ways they're they're being benefits it's It's nice not to have to do travel or the strangely. I was finding myself missing. Joe biden was named before but lockdown is about an hour's drive now meet and economist that kind of listening to the radio in the car and the open roads and you know indistinct to You know my kind of playlist thing so missed that a little bit but ultimate. I think our benefits as well as disadvantages in the new ways of working that we will have to adapt to think sunny grew with with with a lot of that because the gap between no matter. How my driving to his fifteen twenty minutes And just having that space to most chill out and wind down all when you going to work so to start teaching yourself up if you've got any sort of meetings or whatever what you're gonna do You saw really lose space when you're working from home you're stepping outside of just going into the kitchen. It's not kind of changed from the home made to be business mode. Isn't tim back again. And that definitely changing an unwinding. Its hottest to when you have When you all wake him from home the whole time so it's slightly. Twenty separate space is just work and and try and keep areas the just behind him as well. you know. Wet possible between separate the two activities a bit. Almost say lucky that i've i've got a dog. Says she makes sure that. I get outside on a weather's like like now. I like it's raining now. Say it it's she's making sure he's taking time for yourself. I think sightsee nature. I'm a away on the way in. Burma is really healthy. Can helped me
Stephen .M. Smith and the Iron Bowl
"Stephen smith welcome back from touchdown. Alabama stephen amit always good to see you and great to have you on the program. So it's the week of the iron bowl you've been high on the tide. Since the first time we talked during the summer. let's start with mag jones because you told us. He was different than that was before the public. In the heisman voters fell in love with him. Absolutely i mean. The young man has been battle tested poise and career. I remember him in the us. Freshmen in two thousand seventeen with the scout team out there throwing bombs and of course coach saban told him stop throwing the ball deep all the time. King looks at cope sabres coach. Tell your defense a check me there so you got a guy with that type about and that type of confidence even check his own coach. Nick sabin that you got yourself a quarterback that can really do some special things. So i knew from mack. Jones the freshman that he was poised to this moment but also seeing the growth that he's made targeted stephen m. smith who stephen m. seems like every every aspect of alabama has gotten better the one that has surprised when people is the is the defense. Because after the ole miss game i i wasn't sure that p golden should be buying green bananas. But what's happened on that side of the ball. The main thing is coke. Sabin and pete goading have done a great job. Simplifying things on times player stink too much. You think about my job and is my teammate. Doing his job. It's the guy in front of me. The guy behind me the guy next to me doing their job. And when you're thinking about so many things of your job is and training your is to be district where confusion comes in so nick. Saban has always been one to say. Do your job and the rest will take care of itself. So she and goading been a great june above of simplifying. The game plan players have done their job. You're seeing more pressure on defense guys stopping the run better. More turnovers created a the big thing here. Paul is essentially omits game. You've looked eleven. Shutout quarters football alabama including a complete game shutout of mississippi state and the team is getting off the theater on third down so a better job of simplifying the game plan and players. You know being concerned about doing their job correctly. It's interesting. we haven't really heard much in the aftermath of jason water when he went down some of the pundits. I remember somebody. Espn said alabama was done. They had no chance of winning the national championship. How has that been dealt with on the team. Because it doesn't seem like and i realized alabama has played a top five team Yet they will seem like they've done quite well without him. I remember a conversation. I had with john. Michie paul about you know. How do you feel. Avoid behind by waddell. He's a one type player. Barry explosive guy would. He got hurt against the volunteers. You heard coach. Sabe say you know. I hurt for college football. Not the fact that saving hearts for alabama. I'm sure he pretty much does but he hurts for college. Football due to people enjoy seeing james waddell on the field. He's fast he's a bottle he's gone. He's energetic he's explosive. He's highly entertaining. Obama has found ways to work. Around this. you've seen slade. Boden return be on kickoffs. Of course he got a twisted ankle against kentucky alabama monitoring jam all week and practice. He should be able to go this week. But we'll see what happens We have seen devante. Smith retiring ponts against kentucky patrick satanic. A second has also field in that role a little bit so save has put he and different guys and that special teams role to try to you know. Fill that void but it's worked out for the most part. It is difficult trying to find that guy that can do know what j. waddell does
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"pont" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"This report is sponsored by unbound dot org's staying Connected Continues with 1061 FM Talk. It was a close call this morning for a police officer in high point during a traffic stop part of a theft investigation on Pont Haven drive, one person fired a shot at an officer's face. They missed the officer taking cover behind their patrol vehicle to return fire. One person is in custody. They're still searching for another. Meanwhile, charges have been filed against a police officer in Buncombe County, Richard Stelling reports and Nashville police officer at the center of a use of force investigation is out of a job. Senior officer Anthony Saran Djalo was fired Friday after a probe wrapped up into his actions during a February arrest. The Asheville Police Department says Saran Djalo punched an intoxicated man in the face while placing I'm into a patrol vehicle on Hendersonville Road. The district attorney also charged for Angelo with simple assault. I'm Richard's telling a woman was found dead in the bathroom of a Burlington McDonald's Monday. No cause of death has been released. Fox ate in the Triad reports investigators as saying There were no obvious signs of drug use. The situation appeared to be med ical. A body was sent for autopsy. Nearly a dozen people were displaced last night after a fire broke out in a building on whether he'll circle drive four units there sustained damage. Firefighters reportedly struggled with water access took nearly half hour to get the blaze under control. There were no injuries. The cause still under investigation, the American Red Cross is assisting those in need. Schools around the state have begun going back to in person instruction. Wake County will learn more about their plan. This evening, the school board set to vote on plans to bring students back in a gradual, phased approach. Families who elected Plan B to go back in person went allowed could start that. As soon as next month. We will learn Mohr after that vote tonight at six o'clock with continuing news updates from around the state. I'm Kyle Wilson. So these thunderstorms marching in this afternoon ahead of a cold front will pack a punch the potential for stronger.
The Churchs Role in Racial Healing
"The shooting by police twenty, nine year old African American Jacob Blake who was shot in the back seven times after a domestic disturbance report has reignited the kinds of protests and riots in Kenosha Wisconsin as we've seen in places like Ferguson Baltimore Louisville Minneapolis and elsewhere even as the detail surrounding the shooting continues to emerge violence continues to escalate and kenosha seventeen year old boy from Illinois shot and killed two protesters while the boys men charged with murder in the first degree, his attorney says he's acted in self defense and over the weekend in Portland a city that's been on. Edge for weeks and weeks and weeks a trump supporter was shot and killed after a conflict with ANTIFA protesters as the Washington. Post reports people on both sides of the United. States political and cultural divide have been filmed exchanging punches beating one another with sticks and flagpoles or standing face to face with weapons often with police appearing to be little more than observers. One anti-defamation League historian described the state of the Union. This way we're not just a polarized society. We're increasingly confrontational society last Wednesday while leading our weekly prayer Webinar for the church in the nation Bishop Garland Hunt tackled. That most of us have right now is that even possible to find ratio healing in a nation that so deeply divided his answer to that question was about as biblically grounded as any I've heard so far you can come to breakpoint dot org and Click on this commentary on link you to a video of his presentation only the church hunt set has the path to healing or another way to put which should be obvious to everyone by now no other institution in our culture is offer any real way forward one that can deal with both the sins of our past and the conflict of. Our present, only the church if not the church then who we start bishop on said by morning with those who mourn the African American community of which Bishop on apart is in mourning, he reminded US and racism in any form he also reminded us is rooted in pride that makes it fundamentally a spiritual battle as Paul told the Fiji we don't Russell against flesh and blood, but against rulers against the authorities against the cosmic powers over this present darkness against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places, those forces are at work anytime there is dehumanizing injustice in any form including when peaceful protests. Become indiscriminate violence as we've seen. So often in recent months, and that's why if the church is to be the church, Christians must have a world that's big enough to understand that in this case neither politics nor policy can offer any long-term solutions. Only the Church has the resources of reconciliation in particular the church carries the effect of weapons of prayer and repentance approaching God in prayer as Bishop Hunt reminded, US, begins with dying to our own agenda to what we think we know to whatever would give us a superior attitude over anybody else echoing Paul Hunt said, we've all seen black and white in. Our attitude toward one another our hatred are unforgiveness. The black community is mourning and he said must appeal to the Lord to get rid of unforgiveness to get rid of hatred to release people from the past and to love unconditionally and the white community needs to repent for a lack of sensitivity. A lack of willingness to even care that there's something going on in the black community in unwillingness to even speak out on racial injustice and in the most important thing I think he said Bishop Pont said the racial thing is not going away unless the church grabs hold of the cross like never before. As he went on to pray and his words sounded so much like Nehemiah 's were sorry because the church has not been the example it needs to be we've been part of the problem we've allowed ourselves not to care were sorry for the sins of our nation were sorry we haven't forgiven and then echoing the words of Jesus and John Seventeen Lord. Let it be that the church can be one even as you in the father are one
Leaf botany: Silicon
"Me ask you a question what is in the night off. Probably, most of us would say, when asked this question? Might be we'd say Kaban maybe we'd say water. Nutrients. Silos. But I think very few of, US would mention silicon and yet silicon can make up. To, ten percent over leafs dry mass. The what exactly is silicon on? What role does it play in the life of leaves? In this third part of my occasional leaf botany series, I'm joined by applauds ecologists that spent a lot of her career finding out what silicon is all about my name's Julia Cook. Planned to colleges of myself as a plant functional color just because I'm interested in the role that different spacey's play in Ecosystems I work at the university as a lecturer. So my next year of teaching and research and public outreach. The really super obvious question to stop war exactly is. Silicon is, is sort of coming into its moment beat in terms of plants. So I'm not surprised that you haven't had too much about it, but I hope I hope you willing feature even more. So silicon is one of the elements sits on the periodic table below carbon and it doesn't easily exist just as plain silicon on earth. It's often silica glasses is silica or insulation. So it's as sadistic acid in in water. So it's it's often associated with oxygen, and then when it dissolves, it's it's sort of as component of water, but it's very, very abundant on earth in the in the cross it's the second most abundant element of oxygen silicon oxygen together a silica. Everywhere really do plants contains the uneasy something that's concentrated in particular plant tissues or residual spread around the hope loan. Yes. It is in old plants, but the mountain plants varies enormously. So some plants have have just miniscule amounts whereas others can have. Up Ten percent or even more in their in their plot tissue. So ten percent of their dry mass is a lot this. This is enormous amounts. If you think about how much not uniform Susana plant, the amount of silicon also can really exceed that some of the plants at a really big accumulators things like horse tails you can always feel how grain Ian they are when you run your hands up some some of the and some people actually use them as Sandpiper because they've got so much silica in them. Another family that has leads of silicon as the the grasses, some more than others but most crosses have quite a bit of silicon and sometimes you run your finger class blade and you get a little paper cut. and. That is because the edge of the Cross has a whole lot of little silica deposits on there, and that's designed to as a head of defense to damage the mouth parts of animals and stop animals eating it. But we see that as a paper cut on fingertips. That is amazing. Ten percent that's quite as you say, that's. A lot silicon. So what what, what's the role? Obviously, as you say, some more than others, what was the purpose of the silicon that's in our plants? That's great question because we're still learning about that I guess the simplest way to describe it seems to help plants manage a whole range of stresses. of its its main role seems to be stress alleviation so they is stresses can. Biotic or caused by things that are alive or can the Arctic so coast by by sort of environmental factors. So looking at the the biotech stresses so plants get eaten a lot by animals. And look for ways to or revolved a number of ways to defend themselves in silicon can be very important they for some animals so. Things, like stinging nettles when you get stung busting initial, the sting is essentially a little silica needle that that injects toxin into your skin. So without the Seneca, you probably wouldn't get stung busting missile they can be very abrasive. Surfaces can can be very bryce than damage the mouth parts of insects and possibly mammals. It can be layers of silicon within Leith that prevent animals from cheering all eating them as much as they might if they was nice elegant. So plants he silicon quite a lot as a head of defense and and Somerset is found that once the plant is attacked by Voles, some plants were able to then take up more silicon to protect themselves when they're under attack so it can be judged any juiced defense. On the other side looking at the environmental factors silicon has is shined to help a lot of different stresses I want to stress stress. It can help manage nutrient imbalances. help manage wind stress. Also two things if a plant stressed adding silicon generally helps some is a house plant grow this obviously immediately makes me think of my own selfish world. A think about. Whether I need to worry about the silicon in my plants. In the amount I have seen some fertilize houseplants recently advertising include silicon, making this making big play of this, but he's not something that's worth considering I how plows usually get this in the first place. So that's really interesting that you've change and I don't know if that because people making the fertilizers have appreciated the importance of silicon now owned adding more silicon over there reporting silicon that was always there I'm not sure. Suddenly silicon is applied losses of fertilizer in agricultural systems, particularly in Ross sugarcane where as as crops, harvested and things people removing silicon from the system in deflatingly available silicon. So it's it's becoming increasingly popular as infantilized in terms of. Indoor, plants. There's been a lot of work looking at indoor plant. Specifically I know there's a lot of work looking hydroponics and and sort of indoor plants way. Is Routinely added and very important as I. Think he will also ask how plants a obtained silicon. Plants take up silicon through the roots as dissolved in in the sole solution of the water solutions obviously gathered. And then that goes through the transpiration stream in than is deposited. Ole Throughout the plant often there's more in leaves. Oh, the sheets lays the plants, but they can be high silicon deposits in route sandbar can and woods end all sorts of places in Pont. One
LINK Crossed With BTC My Favourite
"Just had the new candles clothes orphan they. I should say five percent on yesterday closing at eleven thousand, seven, hundred, sixty, three, dollars, five percent once one knock that out the window that's the biggest move. The we've had next to the eleven point two, five percent that we saw. That's the biggest moves back on the first of June. So it's not significant ladies and gentlemen it is not insignificant at all saving and push on three bright the highs get above twelve thousand and really stop this pump moving. I was sore theory that I closing up as well to when I sent. It closed at four one the first time its theorems closed above full hundred dollars in this most recent run the I close above four hundred dollars since. Y on even know when the child I'm looking at federal shot. Now, I haven't got data that goes back that far. So it's been a while it's been a wall are also looking really you I for a two is sitting at rotten out. Superb looking knock it there on a theory just doesn't want to slow down I. WanNa see that four hour kick on a bit more. EXA Pay. Off The point four percent, the old quiet shave this one x updates sitting at thirty cents on the dealing rotten out closed just above thirty cents a guy in another market, the close above a significant level So we'll see how that goes throughout the day bitcoin cash. We'll get closed up one point seven percent as well. And? It's Five one five at the minute. So nothing too crazy out of the out of the rooms above. Madness, it's a lot cleanwater, fifty, nine bucks art we closed. Up Two point one percent yesterday. It was up two point seven, five them with sitting at two, hundred, thirty, three dollars, seventy six in what looks to be potentially the beginning of a very bullish day across the dymock it's called Donna was down point seven a little bit stock Dick Donna with hanging around that fourteen percent mark. The minute needs to do a little bit more from honest finance number two as far as liquids. So as far as moves went yesterday bitcoin being the number one bonnets to full point three percent closing at twenty three to twenty seven very nice up and shot that actually waiting pullbacks. Three dollars and seven we closed up point six today link. Well, it closed down two point six non but a tell you what I'll tell you. One thing it's looking very, very nice and if you look at Link Bitcoin, let me just check now to make sure did give me a not for its in the cradle. On the our China Link Bitcoin. China bitcoin that is one that on stoking today very very closely yesterday got filled on hominy. Hominy US Dollah Tetra. Longtime position on the daily looking quite Nas I. got a really solid move out of the candle back on the sixteenth of July and. That I was up nine point, three percent. So sitting pretty there hopefully should be just about a Ramli one to one tie. It's very I think moderate actually got the just boy visual sense to check the account. because. Look. In Arkansas you a couple of things that are really important that you're GONNA to have to learn in these next bull run. It's not gonNA come from May telling you what to do. It's GonNa come for me telling you what others done. Yet accurate member. WHO Was it back in two thousand eighteen? And this chat was A. Look to be honest with you saw two, thousand, nine, hundred, he he came to my law, of course, the two day. event. Honestly. He had a really bad attitude about writing I I really truthfully he came I got on a street is I. Don't know why because he was so maybe he was looking for help but he was looking for that inspiration a diary night but he was so insult, he was so negative about trading. He was telling me that hey, couldn't try it. He didn't think he could be tried. And The pull back I'm thinking how do you get to this point and I realize what he was doing was was trading what he was doing what he thought was trading but he was punting he was just putting away had no strategy syndicate? Will you know he's off interesting for wall of I'm not sure can be tried of lava. We'll you need some structure because I do I said Okay we'll wrought down. On a piece of pipe you strategy. Tell me what it is. Tell tell me what you're looking for. and. He said all I don't really know I feel that I am looking for certain things and what are they said things write them down. And he couldn't. They couldn't brought down anything. It couldn't even Dan one. One element of a checklist and I'm not saying that checklist of the to do it, but if you don't know you strategy. What are you doing? What are you doing? You ponting. Don't do it. You lose you will lose money you will lose money.
How Much of Our Food Do Moths Pollinate?
"Bees are not doing well. Since the mid two thousand colony collapse disorder has been taking out the world's most famous plant pollinator all over the world, these pont, one third of the plant's we eat from oranges, almonds a service worth some one hundred sixty eight billion dollars a year by the way, and their rapid disappearance is worrying farmers worldwide. But what if there a secret army of pollinators? Sneaking around the plants we rely on most it could be good news for food security, or it could be a neutral factor if these insects are susceptible to the same or similar pressures as BS. A study published in May of Twenty Twenty and the journal Biology letters has found moths playing much bigger part in pollinating plants than anybody imagined possibly visiting a bigger variety of plant species than bees, and doing it under the cover of darkness. Scientists didn't just realize overnight that moths pollinate plants. The problem was much of the research was limited to a few specific types of moths the. Spend a lot of time rooting around in flowers like hawk. Moths which have extraordinarily long tongues like fourteen inches thirty six centimeters long used for getting it hard to reach nectar reserves within a flower. However over the last decade investigations into how moths as a group contribute to the process of pollination found that your average moth tongue can be a effective tool for moving pollen from plant to plant. This knowledge led the study's authors to turn an eye to the rarely studied settling moths, which sit low and close to flowers and hide out in sheltered spots during the day. We spoke by email with these studies lead author Richard Walton of the University College London Department of Geography. He said our research has for the first time compared moth pollination networks with those of day flying pollinators such as bees hover flies to help us understand illustrate the wide ranging plant preferences. We discovered moths to have in an agricultural setting. We also found that malls were carrying most pollen from the flowers they visited on their furry bodies, which means the means of pollen transport from flower to flower by moths is very similar to bees, hover flies, which also transport most of the pollen on their bodies. Many social bees like bumblebees and honeybees visit lots of different types of flowers, but they also tend to target certain favourite plants that they know will provide plenty of their favorite kinds of pollen and nectar. As a result, some plant species get less attention than others. Walton said solitary bees often be more specialized visiting one type of plant while hover flies often visit flowers with a certain shape. We found that moths visit many different species of plant with a few different types of flower shape. If daytime pollinators do not visit a particular plant species often, but motte species do, and this results in pollination. This increases the chance that this plant would survive for another generation. So because malls are a bit less picky than daytime pollinators, but still get the pollination job done. Plants not preferred by bees persist, maintaining a diverse population of plants is essential to maintaining A. Resilient ecosystem that can weather threats like climate change organization. Conversely with plenty of plants to feed on moths, themselves can continue being an important food source for birds, bats and other insects. The research team observed and collected daytime pollinators as well as nocturnal moths around farm ponds the United. Kingdom and found moth food webs were often comparable to those of daytime pollinators in complexity, and in some instances had greater complexity. Walton said moths are likely providing a kind of resilience or backup to the food webs of daytime pollinators, if a certain species or number of species of bee or butterfly disappears from the landscape, moths potentially fill in that pollination gap. Taking this step further, it's also significant because moth populations are facing severe declines across the globe, as we realize that they're important contributors to the pollination process becomes even more important to protect moth populations because we might be placed ourselves at risk. The researchers found mauled were visiting plants belonging to families that are important to humans as a source of foods like apples, strawberries, pears, peaches, beans, and peas. Walton said this has exciting implications for mall. Being involved in crop pollination, it would help us to move past seeing moths as merely pests, but as important contributors to our own livelihoods.
"pont" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Can actually help you shed some unwanted pounds and if it really makes us healthier people and fear not we also have a couple of our patented ridiculous quizzes along the way we got on the line today mango so we'll be talking to Herman Pont sur an anthropology professor at Hunter College in New York City is responsible for some truly incredible research on exercise and he's gonna help us get to the bottom of just how useful physical activity really is for burning calories we're also going to talk to a couple personal trainers and see if we can whip them into shape through the power of our trivia Hey so before today's episode I would have told you that exercising is probably the best way to lose weight simply based on the conventional wisdom of calories in calories out I mean that sounds sensible right sure we've eaten calories to what we eat and drink and then bring them up to exercise the more you exercise the more calories you burn and the more weight you lose it just makes sense it does but they're actually all the studies conducted over the last few years that suggest exercise really isn't an effective way to lose excess weight for example Dr Timothy church at the Pennington biomedical research center at LSU he held an experiment where hundreds of overweight women were given strict workout regimens for six months the one group of them exercise a little over an hour each week another one for a little over two hours and another for over three hours there was also a fourth group that stuck to their typical routine and didn't exercise at all and against all logic and fairness there was no major differences between the women who exercised and the ones who hadn't how pissed with in fact some of the women in the exercise group actually gained weight which doesn't seem fair at all and they put in the work they deserve a reward well it's funny you should say that because church actually concluded that the rewards were the problem you know exercise stimulates appetite and many other women counteracted their work by over eating afterward church existed that it was justified in their minds is kind of a cell for war for all the energy that exerted through exercise yeah we hear that sort of thinking all the time like cheat days and junk food rewards for going to the gym but if we're cancelling out the calories we burn and we're probably imagining our workouts to be much more effective than they really are I mean the department of health and Human Services recommends people aim for at least thirty minutes of physical activity every day but a thirty minute workout that only brings about two hundred calories and the average slice of pizza contains close to like three hundred calories so you can see how the math doesn't quite work it's really just not fair at all it isn't just those powerful post workout indulgences that counteract calories burned through exercise you know the things we consume in preparation for even during a workout can also take a toll which is a good point I mean there's two hundred calories you burn during your thirty minutes on the treadmill every single one goes right back into your body thanks to that bottle of Gatorade that energy bar you might have a scarf down while running right right and the same goes for the bagel or the oatmeal used to carbo load before your workout and we think the energy from these meals is going to help us power through and burn more calories at the gym but it's actually the calories from those pregame foods that are going to get burned off first and why is that well because sugar from what you've just consumed will still be floating freely in your blood stream and it takes muscle tissue much less energy to take that sugar than it does to burn off the existing fat stores to your most recent meal will always be the first to go during a workout but we can always just exercise a little longer right I mean once those preliminary calories are gone our muscle cells will start chipping away at stored fat for fuel well I mean yes and no according to some breakthrough research from Herman ponds are there a lot of assumptions we've been making about human metabolism that they're not quite right so you know it's true that a longer workout would result in more calories burned and even some from stored fat but we know there's a limit to how many calories your body will metabolize in any given day so I'm definitely intrigued but before we get too far into this we should probably clarify the basics of metabolism no I wanna let you do that go for him okay so metabolism is basically the sum of all the processes that take place in our bodies we're talking digestion respiration and the production of cells the movement of substances between cells you name it N. all these processes require energy which our bodies release from the calories we consume so even without exercise and other forms of physical activity we still burn through or metabolize a huge number of calories simply by being alive yeah exactly so back to Herman postures world shattering research in February's issue of Scientific American Herman shared findings from this study of the Hadza tribe in rural Tanzania he and other researchers spent a whole month living with the handsome who were one of the last traditional hunter gatherer cultures left on earth it was during this time that Herman and his partners recorded measurements of the daily energy expenditures of a couple dozen tribes men and women so this allowed them to compare the daily calorie burn of a society in which every member is highly active to a western society like our own in which members are more you know sedentary well back of the second you said the researchers measured the hides as daily energy expenditure but I'm wondering how they pull that off are you really wondering that mango or you just syncing there's an opportunity here to talk about doubly labeled water of course it is you know I love the deal W. doubly labeled water is the special water in which the hydrogen and oxygen molecules have been either partly or entirely replaced with heavy isotopes that aren't usually found in the human body and it's safe to drink this stuff completely they're stable isotopes of their non radioactive here's what's great about them after somebody drinks deal W. that's been enriched researcher suddenly have this tracking mechanism basically by measuring the concentration found in urine samples researchers can determine a person's daily rate of carbon dioxide production and since carbon dioxide is a waste product of our body's energy making process is calculating how much CO two someone produces in a day is the best way to measure their energy expenditure that is pretty neat yes doubly labeled water has become the gold standard for measuring how much energy a person consumes like the margin of error is pretty small and in fact the only downside is the cost D. L. W. is expensive but are we talking smartwater expensive or like Fiji water expert with so much more than that deal W. runs researchers about fifteen hundred dollars per test subject line actually you know what this are really expensive water reminds me of and I know that this is totally off topic but did you know that the federal government actually sells a two hundred twenty dollar jar of peanut butter here is just six ounces of peanut butter in there it's like a tiny jar and it also goes by this incredibly catchy name you ready for it standard reference material number two three eight seven that sounds delicious why is it actually so expensive is it more delicious no it's the longest reason ever if the super precise like peanut butter with specific levels of amino acids and fats and carcinogens and is mostly used for quality control so companies can test their standards against the governments and make sure it measures up but as a result no one actually eats the peanut butter it's just for lap purposes which only makes me want to try it more like with a really cheap jelly well let's get back to deal W. let me tell you what Herman and his partners were actually able to learn from having the hot the tribe drink it laid on me well first let me preface this by saying that the hearts are the kings and queens of exercise every single day the men track miles and miles to hunt for game with homemade bows and arrows they scale forty foot trees the hacked freelance with hatchets and gather wild honey other women forage all day for wild berries and other edible plants like tubers that they dig out of the ground with sticks even the kids of the tribe were put to work by hauling pails of water from a mile or more away okay so they're seriously active and no one sitting at their desks right definitely not but what the researchers found was that even though the houses lives are far more physically demanding the amount of calories they ate it burned through in the day was the same as in Europe and the U. S. and the men went through about twenty six hundred calories a day and the women burned through about nineteen hundred according to Herman we looked at that that it every way imaginable accounting for the effects of body size fat percentage age and sex no difference at all which is insane isn't it I mean that you naturally assume that physically active people would burn more calories of course but the research really doesn't bear that out in fact they did a follow up study with about three hundred participants and it showed the exact same thing the people who were the most active burn the same daily amount of calories as those who are only moderately I and the participants who barely left the couch at all burned about two hundred fewer calories than them the same amount they would have burned from a mere thirty minutes of exercise seem to suggest that our metabolisms are like X. like it almost seems like there's a preset amount of calories that your body is willing to burn in any given day and no matter how far you've Reiner how many push ups you do you will be able to top that Max limit my bigger question is this why doesn't the hot the hunter burn more day than the average office worker well I'm not sure we really have the answer to that yet but one thing I've seen researchers suggest is that our bodies account for the calories burned through physical activity by dialing back on the number of calories we devote to the background functions that keep us alive about sixty to seventy five percent of the calories we burn each day go to these unseen are unconscious processes so it's possible that when our physical activity pushes us beyond that other twenty five to forty percent of daily caloric expenditure our bodies just cut back on the calorie spent on metabolic processes this would help even the scales and keep us from exceeding our preset energy budget for the day which is really cool but also disheartening right no wonder I've got this punch I feel so betrayed the hotel take it to heart so a fixed daily energy expenditure limit is likely involved treatment to help conserve our fat stores for when we really need them I mean imagine if the hot the hunters were free to.
Don't Try To Be Great
"In his book. Based on a commencement speech he gave at Dartmouth College in twenty eleven. Charles Wheel tells a story about how he was once a guest on a news program hosted by Chicago journalist Phil Ponts now the show is filmed live. So of course if you mess up or say something you regret there are no do overs. They're only hundreds of thousands of pairs of eyes watching. You do whatever it is you did or say whatever it is you said polished or not just before airtime Charles the writer recalls how. He was feeling right before. He said he was nervous. Self-conscious in hoping to impress in that very moment fill. The host leaned over with just thirty seconds to live and said these words. Charles never forgot. Don't try to be great. Just be solid. The book is called ten and a half things. No commencement speaker has ever said and in it. Charles Leland writes this. That simple advice had a profound effect. Because I knew I could be solid. That was within my control. I could just talk about what I know. I could answer questions candidly. I could have a fun and interesting conversation with other guests. I might have some fun. Equips I might not. Phil's advice was liberating because it removed the pressure to deliver what I wasn't certain I could deliver and it made me better at doing what I knew I could again. The book is called ten and a half things. No commencement speaker has ever said and don't try to be great. Is thing ten and a half like many of you? I've been thinking a lot about this class of twenty twenty both like I said the high school graduates college graduates to in addition to all of the end of year events. This graduating classes either missing out on her having to modify because of the pandemic the truth remains they're still graduating. They are moving into the world of grownups and the expectations in this world can be while extreme to say the very least. This world is filled with people who are trying to be great in the same way. I hope doing the next great thing is a kind of phrase for graduates to hold onto. I think Philpott he gave to Charles. Leland seems like a relief as well. Don't try to be great. Just be solid. It's not the message we usually hear after all the phrase is greatest of all time not solid est of all time or does that even mean to be solid years ago. I listened to an interview with author Philly Anderson who by the way is also a real life dear friend of ours here. North Carolina but in the interview Phil shared about his thirty year. Friendship with author and priest Brennan Manning in that interview Phil says this about Brennan Guy who's famous for what he has to say yet. What I remember most about him was how he sat and listened. He touched my life with his kindness. To fill. Brennan was solid. Another story comes to mind about Brennan himself one that he told his book souvenirs of solitude and it was about how years ago after a difficult phone call he had. He left his home. He was distracted and he had an appointment. That day. To give a talk to the inmates of Trenton State prison when he stood up there in front of the inmates he had been distracted. Like I said right before. He got up there so without stopping to think about his surroundings. His first words of greeting to the inmates were well. It's nice to see so many of you here when I read that statement. I tip my head back and laughed out loud all by myself mainly though I recognized how Brennan responded to his own words he wrote. I'm frequently not inform on top or in control. This is part of my poverty. As a human being and self acceptance without self concern simply expresses a reality he writes an impoverished spirit prevents the poor man from becoming a tyrant to himself. Brand was not anxious shocked or even much concerned about this misstep in front of the inmates. Instead he had a light heart about it if he had been trying to be great that day. This mistake would have crushed him instead. He showed up solid which meant there was room to make a mistake and to move on without crumbling. We try to great. We risk becoming a tyrant to ourselves when things don't go the way planned one final quote and then I'll be done Dallas. Willard writes about the misunderstood phrase that we find in the Bible about dying to self he says in this is a quote when we see people dominated by their lust for glory or insisting that there will be done we will be in a position where we can be very firm in not cooperating with them even if their loved ones when we live in the shepherd sufficiency and died to ourselves. We become the most firmly established people in the world. That quote is from his book. Life Without lack the most firmly established people in the world so class of twenty twenty. Don't try to be great. Just be solid. Be Solid in the way you live in your house until the next phase begins in the way you hang out with your family your choice to laugh instead of roll your eyes in the way you choose to listen to your younger siblings. Who will miss you more than they can possibly say. Or put into words be solid with how you enter into your next experience not like a tourist who watches from behind a camera lund's and insists all of your usual comforts are close at hand and not like an expert who thinks she's supposed to know everything as best you can enter into your new situation ready to be fully present and engaged when you can and free to withdraw when it's necessary be solid enough to be boring if you're trying to be great you might not notice the people and the margins your neighbors who are working twice as hard for half as much. If you're trying to be great you might be tempted to bend the truth to get ahead. So just be solid honest simple and you
"pont" Discussed on The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast
"To be something that you seem like flies in the you look at that you one little people breakdown Dokoupil NOPONTE don't even call up on the law will ask God to help them. They'll even in the south got to Sablan. But why am I coming to you? So that we pray against so good presents who use you have just watched pont one here comes to this. Sunday? Church service was a dame never to be forgotten. The congregation was left in wonder at the magnitude of such plague. One that would leave the medical fraternity helpless and could potentially rob the earth of billions unless prayer was made against it. Two months and eighteen days later Prophet Emmanuel mcadoo are returned to reiterate this dire prophecy and admiral perfected details again. The remember the profits that I give about a disease now. Each time an pray I'm seeing now is coming closer and closer influenza a disease from the C. Which will kill more people.
You are But Dust, and to Dust you Shall Return
"As Western. Culture becomes more and more secular to use. Charles Taylor's fascinating were disenchanted traditions and practices. That were once largely normal. Now seem more and more strange. Large Families Choosing Church over little league. Foreheads these things just aren't as normal as they used to be and the second glances and raised eyebrows. They create reveal more than just a confusion about the thing itself. In fact I'm not sure. There's a Christian observance more directly in collision with the widely accepted values of secularism than the imposition of the ashes. A tradition that goes back about ten centuries and which marks the beginning of the season of lent on the Church. Calendar like advent. The season of lent is about preparation before Christmas are Christian forebears thought it wise to prepare a bit and by diving deeply into Old Testament promises and prophecies that we'd better understand the birth of Christ in the full context of redemptive history and so two in lent are Christian forebears. Thought it wise that we should prepare for holy week especially for celebrating to resurrection on Easter Sunday. Now key distinction is that lent and disciplines beginning with Ash Wednesdays reminder that you're but dust and to dust you shall return place our celebration of Resurrection in the context of our humanity both our mortality and our fallen nece even if the Church calendar and its accompanying disciplines is not part of your church tradition. Those two aspects of our humanity deserve our focused intentional and extended reflection of course most Christians would quickly reply of course in death affect us all post Eden. The problem is that in our secular culture these beliefs that are crucial to a Christian worldview can be subtly secularized in our own hearts and minds years ago when my grandfather was dying he suffered terribly for three or four months and saw. I asked my pastor. Why doesn't God just take him now? Expected him to say something along the lines of well you know God has his ways in his own timing but instead he said something. I'll never forget because your grandfather needs to know his mortality before he meets his maker. See what Ponts de Leon once sought in the waters of a fountain of Youth. We still seek today via genetic engineering eugenics or some other technology and other words we seek control over this world and even over death itself despite our search death remains the universal problem of our human condition. One that afflicts us all a secular cultures led by the reality of death feared death itself so that we either attempt to control death or distract ourselves from the thought of it. As a result we learn to live life in light of a moment rather than eternity the reality of death should instead remind us to fear God that after death we will meet the maker of life. That's something worth pondering. Not just at the moment of death but constantly throughout our lives the login Craig warned in his book the way of the modern world that many of us who believe in God lives if God were largely irrelevant to most of life the reminder of our mortality in the words you're but dust into dust you shall return. That's a wonderful antidote for what he called practical atheism just like with the idea of mortality. Our understanding ever own sinfulness is also under threat of being secularized in our own minds living in a culture committed in the name of freedom to removing categories. Like sin or guilt and one. Quick to give away nearly universal. Get Out of jail free cards in the name of sexual freedom to many Christians lose any appearance for that which ought to shock and shame us. Perhaps that's why the salvation. That's brought to us in Christ's life death and resurrection as so often described as a quote wonderful example of love and sacrifice or how to get purpose and perspective in your life but so rarely described the terms of judicial forgiveness and cosmic victory that Pau Peter Jesus himself so often used being confronted with her own sinfulness certainly no fun but God graciously does after all the cruelest thing. We can tell someone who's not okay. As that they are has both are secularized. Culture in our secularized churches too often do repentance is a gift. It's the only way forward for those on the edge of the moral abyss and it's proof that God is kind as scripture say. Unfortunately we just don't hear these things often enough so thank God for lent
"pont" Discussed on Sales Success Stories
"Just wanted to be four wheel sort of everyone's got same targeted more same thing like it's all forecast stamped out very hard for companies to adapt once they have above a certain number. Yeah so what do you find to be the biggest challenge in in your sales roles or that you struggle with the most so honest answer answer this is I struggle a lot with internal process when I was a product manager. Your role there is kind of this poorly defined sweeper and I say poorly defined in a good way. It's not you do X. Y. Z.. And then if something else outside that range happens you say that's not my job in new von You kinda ultimately responsible for the product being good and so that means if there's something in support where there's customers are getting a bad experience or there's a bad handoff off between marketing getting new leads and people getting onboard of the product or whatever. The problem is you try to fix it if you think it's influential for the company and now I've moved to a role where you kinda supposed to stay in your lane and just hit your number and especially at a company like lunch darkly which is excellent flint but growing very rapidly with a lot of growing pains in terms of process that would entail a had strong impulse to try and fix a lot of the things things that I see. That are clearly not the way that people would design them if they had thought about them a bit. I like everyone made sensible choices but but then two departments Kinda bump into each other in a way. That's been unfortunate and it's been very tough for me to swallow that and not try to spend all my time being in that sales ops mode which I really liked fixing the process and having to say okay. This is Doesn't make a ton of sense. I'm GONNA be doing it. Fifty Times in the next month sin possibly a lot of time and I have no alternatives. So I'm just GONNA go ahead and do that instead of trying to fix everything complain about it because otherwise I would make too many sales. I know it sounds minor. But it's kind of thing where it's like getting bit by mosquito every every couple of hours or something. Thank you just wanted to go away in folks a little bit will it. And you've got the data to back it up. I mean I. I wonder if there's not sort of a mid range solution where you at least east. What's not helpful to leadership is just complaining? But if if you've got look here's here's what I if you've got a proposed answer that maybe somebody else can. Oh execute his does that better solve the problem in and add value to the organization. You think I certainly I would say I pretty comfortable making the claim that I ask for and get more changes than any other probably not because of any status I have is just like you said is because I'm I'm usually coming at it with a bit of a solution. I don't think that's necessarily a great quality for a sales rep because my entire management chain pretty much wants me to sell and so I think it gets. It's good to have some. That are proactive in changing process. And I'm certainly not the only one but for everything that I do submit. That does go well. You know. There's there's this four other things where I'm just kind of sitting on that shutting it down so I think I'm already kind of bit extreme in that direction and left to my I own devices. I'd probably be way more extreme but that wouldn't really help me hit my number. It wouldn't help me feed my family and so I need to kind of just let some some of that stuff go rather than essentially be a manager and spend most of my day trying to improve the process for the reps yep makes sense all right so let's start right to appeal this onion and I just talk through your blow by blow day in the life and I know you've listened to the show so you kind of know the know. The drill so alarm goes off what time and give the give us the step by step in and how you're structuring the typical day. Sure I guess. Let me know if this gets a little too detailed because says have you not know this show. There's almost no such thing as too detailed. Although I guess you've got a lot of yeah let's let's go. Let's do this great so by longtime time floats around a lot. My wife is a pediatric dental resident. So for example she's been on an anesthesia rotation for the last couple of weeks if she gets a five in the morning so I got five in the morning other times it might be as late as like eight or something so I kind of flex the time I wake up but my morning is pretty set so I have. I have about a forty five minute to an hour commute series of things that I try to do before right pretty much. Wake up get dressed and leave to. My wife is not very awake in the morning so I'd rather kind of get to spend a lot more time with her in the afternoon and I'm actually actually expecting so we have. Our first kid is coming in about two months so this is all gonna get kinda violently abandoned very shortly in a way. I'm excited for so when night. The first thing I do have a set of rituals I run. I usually when I'm kind of get a seat on the train or just get a little bit of time to myself. So Oh i. It's very tactical. I check any obligations that I have and basically make sure my calendars arranged correctly for the day case. I didn't do that last night. so that'll be triaging emails and making sure that anything. These respond to right away is in the right. Category is split my email in to respond within a few hours. Business Day Week a month or archiving it so this kind of put those on the right categories and make sure I start thinking about the email. I'll set a time that fits your meetings thinks that day. True what I'm GonNa do my ending ritual a time during the day to do personal work so things like doctors appointments or errands or something. Like that I find is don't do I would. If I don't set a block of time during business hours such do that every weekday and then I make sure all my calendar meetings have a room the appropriate call checklists setup in new document that either. Prep the call or that. I put it on a list of things to prep in that they have a follow up task and salesforce. So that's kind of the tactical bit an switchover to kind of my mind in order. So have a spreadsheet that have gives me tries to take me to like a high level. Oh perspective this is kind of interesting because I found that if I read the same kind of goals or motivation every day start to sort of especially early in the morning I kind of mentally get over it more than blink. So it's a spreadsheet that use a bit of randomness and so some days it'll tell me to really focus on curiosity and other days it'll tell me to work on. Automation are using leverage. It'll put up a few quotes that I find is fractional but it will draw. Those Began randomly from Canada Bank of quotes with the goal. That every morning is a little bit of surprise in what I see in there and it's different on Monday and Tuesday so I pay more more attention and he kinda. There's a bunch more in the morning stuff. I JUST WANNA make sure if any questions. I think you have clarifying that. Keep going keep going. I am fascinated by the idea though. Oh of course I know folks that have done kind of the morning affirmation type processing and things like that and you the way you're tackling it is is again fascinating eighty because at some point that sort of get stale in your it's not really absorbing it becomes just sort of wrote and does it really make the impact versus. Hey let me surprise myself hope little bit and it find ways to keep this fresh but still have the same impact and drive the same behaviors and so at the other. somethings that constant in that lake. Making sure I think that sleep and food and exercise matter a lot mental state but you know some days it'll be like cattle. Maybe a better husband other days. It'll be better friends soon as a better father which is an interesting one to eh. So let me let me do a call out here because for folks. If you guys are digging this this conversation I mean I am but maybe it's just because like I'm I'm a sales nerd at the same level. That Matt is but I would love to circle back on this and do around two in outer now a year year a year and a half once you're dealing with the realities of a young family because it is hard as is a challenge. And it's one that it's not universal but lots of people experience and have to go through and I'd love to hear how you sort of applying this technique and and the way that you're strategizing and incorporating incorporating a certainly challenging set of new inputs yet. I think that would definitely be fun for me to loop back to see. I'll be like wow. I did not sound near this tired already or go but I'll see how that goes so this kind of that piece of it then I go over to. What am I work goal so I read out kind of what are what some of the frames I look at it in terms of having that tenure focus the only thing I try to look at is what do i? View is my current strengths sorted by how how sort of unlikely they are defined in a salesperson because I think that in order to become really excellent. It's not that I'm going to be better than the people I set alongside of the things. They're good at like there. Are People I work with. Who are just fantastic? Negotiators are amazing building. Poor all these other things where I can. I can walk that path breath. They've been specializing in that. For Ten fifteen years in I haven't so I can learn from them but I'm not gonNA exceed them so I wanna find the strength that I have like for example being a PM in sales world or thinking systematically or curiosity other areas rate myself. Highly in thinking about those every a day. Because I want to specialize in approach sales that takes those strengths that I built up over years or decades and find a way to use them. Not Try I to be with someone else's idea of a good salesperson is because they're probably way better at that than me so that's kind of the the morning stuff all all also go over my goals that I set my weekly retro. Try to see if I can reduce my daily goals. Then I'll pick the three most important things to do today. I'll send those right now. It's might be eighty. Are I always have someone where I send them. Goals every day they send migos. Every day is an accountability mechanism. So maybe they are Kevin I have been exchanging in those Has Been Really helpful for both of us and then finally I'll pick kind of a a mental frame that I try to keep in mind that day so the site Kinda pick every day and I very up again to keep myself interested so some of those might be you know. Be Really patient and pleasant even though you're really tired today A. or don't worry too much about doing the exact right work in the right order just focus on getting a lot done or really focus on improvement today take extra time. I'm after your calls like whatever whatever that goal is to switch it up so I have something that I'm holding in my mind improve on that day and that's not one. That's being randomly selected for you that that I imagine. It's a little bit more intentional. Just given the what's going on and where you're at and where you need to focus your exactly and so a lot of times that's kind of based on how. I'm feeling that morning. A lot of the stuff if I finish early do the day prior but the thing I just brought up is more meant to be like what excites today. Or what's do I see some sort of weakness in myself today. They like I'm tired or mandatory or something. And how do I course correct against that. So that's kind of what I do before I start work realtively long list but I've gotten pretty good whipping through ten fifteen minutes and I think it gets me in the right head space on can't really do too much on the train.
The Chiefs Win the Super Bowl and the Niners Blow It, With Cousin Sal
"Did the chiefs witness or did the niners lose this. And if the answer is both what is your percentage split. Okay well it has to be both. It has to be both because it's no coincidence. That now mahomes five and in games that he's been down double digits so you got that but it's also no coincidence that Kyle Shanahan in his last fourth quarter Super Bowl drives that he's called. Yeah as gone three and fumble six and pont. I'm stealing this off the Internet him. Sorry for whoever did this foreign pont five point three and pont seven turnover downs to an interception. ooh though I wanNA say San Francisco some as a sixty forty San Francisco right there is that fair. Well you left out the part that in his last two fourth quarter overtimes. Where's the offensive coordinator for the Falcons Against Patriots? The other time outscored forty six to nothing. Yeah I look at it this way you know. I had the big bet for plus three seventy five before the playoffs on San Francisco. It's twenty ten. They get a pick. There's twelve minutes left. They have a phenomenal running game that ends up finishing the game running for seven yards a carry. Yep like twenty twenty one carries the one hundred forty plus yards. I felt like the game was over. And I know Mahomes is on the other side line and they've come back twice but they have literally literally the perfect team in the league to run out a game like that up ten with more with momentum with everything you want and the play action was working And they had really figured out a way to control the pace and when you look at those last three drives it felt like that she switches sending the house and and like screen passes. Were there just all kinds of things that were false starts in the manner side not running when they should have one Bad plays as and I. I don't I never liked to use the word choke with sports because these guys are much better than we are but they've really blew it. That is one of in one of the all time and we blew it super bowl losses. In my opinion I thought they right. They kept their foot off the gas and first of all it happened at the beginning. The end of the first half an in what happened with that time management there will chant ended. DidN'T WANNA use a timeout. Looked like he was just happy content to go in the locker room ten ten yet but then gets a first down like to the forty about right and then as timeouts and then the drives fizzles but who knows if you start that drive. What one one twenty seven instead of like thirty seven? It's a different story. So yes we hold that thought right but so it's a key moment for a couple reasons. One they don't call time out before the chiefs chiefs punt so another forty seconds runoff by the time they get it. There's a little under a minute. Left there on their twenty. I was watching it thinking. They're so afraid of the chiefs chiefs. They they don't even want to leave a scenario where mahomes might get the ball back with thirty seconds left to reverse but at the same time if you look at the way they played pretty much this entire Gabe it was really kinda playing not to lose you. Know they had feel goes over and over again and they had a lot of like third and five and third and four zero where they you know they technically. If you're really going for the jugglers down territory at least a couple times. They're always happy to settle settled for three. The fourth in two was pretty egregious in the second half just because I don't know that I never felt like they try to grab the game by its throat. And and you need points to beat the chiefs team but when you think about the first forty eight minutes of that game it could have gone better for them because they didn't try to grabbed game by the throat but they're still sitting there with the lead up ten with the ball with the running game. That's gashing the chiefs and I think it's a colossal. We blew it lost. Like even if you go back to the Seattle pats game where Where the Malcolm Butler pick Seattle was still making plays to win that game? You know the pats came down. I'm from ten same way but Seattle is still like throwing haymakers back. They got that huge pass on the on the crazy long ball down the field that set up the Lynch played. You know I I just felt like the niners really rolled over the last ten minutes. And that's before we get to the defensive side of thing. It was really rough. I kind of in disbelief. That they'd when Super Bowl. I know you're bummed but I'm thinking about this from the other way. I think like I think he'd wake up tomorrow. Morning more bummed if Jimmy G. drove his team down the field this guy you got a second round pick forward we added for and won that game. You would've won money but all the Jimmy Jeez better than Brady. What's Brady doing? Brady inserts himself. In commercials is yeah. The Patriots are pathetic. I think we would have heard that would have been the narrative if the forty niners at one that starts a you know either way. I think we're going to start talk about starting earning a dynasty and I feel like we'll get we'll talk about odds next year's odds men and I'm sure but Patrick Mahomes is starting that right when you have a quarterback that just comes comes back. It doesn't really matter what's going on. Seems to not get flustered at all. Yeah that's a scary scary team. But I wanNA give the chiefs a little credit their running game the the biggest Sucker bat was like the forty niners minus thirty three and a half yards. I think it was thirty. Six thirty three right in there over the Chiefs it ended up one forty one to one twenty nine San Francisco and that's misleading. Because Patrick Mahomes in one of the worst Super Bowl bad had beats I can remember had forty four yards before he kneeled down has over on the twenty nine and a half for loss. Fifteen yard three kneel. Downs ended up with twenty twenty nine. So they really did have more rushing yards and San Francisco and you never ever would've thought that and that that's why they won the game that and the third and fifteen play I thought in the fourth quarter. It was why they want. I WANNA go back later to all the things the niners did wrong. And you're right. We should praise the chiefs. They had an awesome come for behind victory. They think were what the fifth team to win a super bowl. Where at some point in the playoffs they were down ten? I remember seeing that that tweet somewhere hold on. Let me find that ten three times. Scott Scott Caz Mar he said Only four out of fifty three super bowl. Oh winners trailed by ten in the playoffs until tonight. Nineteen seventy six raiders. Down Eleven to New England. The Sugar Sugar Bear Ham at the game. The first horrible horrible football US ever had two thousand one patriots snow game. Some people got Tuck rule game called Snow Game. Two Thousand Fourteen Patriots Seattle Two thousand hasn't Sixteen Patriots Atlanta Down Nineteen the Patriots. Were somehow involved all four times. This happened until Nice until today. So now we're talking five out of fifty three where they've trailed by ten plus and the chiefs became the fifth team to do it. So there you go so I They deserve it. They're the best. I think they're the best right. Ravens got picked off bad job by them chiefs to the best
IFF to merge with DuPont's $26 billion nutrition unit
"Learned international flavors and fragrances is now running a twenty six billion dollar agreement for du Pont's nutrition division the transaction is said to create a new company comprised of the bidders assets and dupont's nutrition business that will be spun off to existing investors an agreement could be announced as soon as today I. F. F. instead of beat out Ireland's Kerry group for dupont's nutrition
"pont" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The true scope of the damage done by DU Pont worldwide are extraordinary and horrifying and they're gonna make you look at most of the appliances in your kitchen very closely and the rest of us on this until it feels entirely justified in in really necessary at the piece of filmmaking and and as a way to make a complicated situation clear it might not be your favorite like at the ideal holiday movie or a family viewing experience but if you just want to be shaken to your core at the end of the year here in and give your brain something to ponder probably even for the rest of your life dark waters is a is ideal for that okay great all right guys hang on yeah all right Stephen Erica here we got more movie reviews coming up we're doing a little catch up on some of the movies that came out last week since we are all for the thanksgiving week but we'll be back and we refuse after this for news at ten watch WGN my committee Joe Donlin Dan roan Chagas most trusted meteorologist Tom skilling for TV news at ten watch W. do what shows Chicago's very own WGN celebrate Halloween with dressed up donuts from Duncan like the spooky sweet Halloween spider doughnut trick or treat are you a little bit old to be trick or treating no this is so it's just a really good costume anyway I hear you're giving up Duncan spider donuts didn't I just see you with your kid no that was just the my friend is it working Rhonda Duncan all month for the Halloween spider don't get ten Munchkins donut hole treats for two dollars America runs on Dunkin this page may vary celebrate the holidays with goodbye.
How to Start a Blog or Website
"First question that are you might ask yourself is that which platforms would you too so this is one of the question that you should ask yourself before you start your own website the first question of course so. I had a comment your platform. Let me tell you some states that I own own on the Internet so on the Internet. Although athletes that you see ir made fifty one thousand nine percent ninety six percent up the the vet said that you see on the Internet are created using place where it is open source cms software that use use that is used to create fifty one point nine six percent of the Internet's website so that's cool and next is Vicks we just seven point zero pipe percent than doom love open to one percent and squarespace three point nine six percent sand and there are also some completely accorded websites which are made on over st panel so that stupid open three six percent and then we three point one percent and then sites like Gordon Gordon decide etc which is one point six percent so you can see that are majority of the websites are over wordpress which is fifty one point nine six percent. Oh senso is huge and of course I'm to recommend you platform so obviously my suggestion is workplace. If you are starting a dynamic website which can do anything you want. 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"But increasingly read comment while ago posted about the sustainable futures report. The correspondent was concerned that i was trying into politics. The truth is everything is political while we can all do something toward solving the climate crisis. It is only governments and politicians who can make the changes of the magnitude that will make a difference. We are talking about system change after all. I know that many of you listening thing to the sustainable futures report are not in the u._k. I think that even you would have noticed that you k- politics are in some turmoil at the moment in fact this has been going on for three years but it's finally approaching day new mall. I say finally but everything may well have changed by the time you hear this anyway. They situation is the new prime minister has sought and received the authority of the queen to prorogue or suspend parliament of course she couldn't refuse but that's another story. The point at issue is that this would allow the prime minister to govern without parliament and allow how him to complete brexit the u._k.'s departure from the e._u. As he chooses i happen to believe that leaving the ear would be a disaster. Komo concerned if this prime minister can sideline parliament than any prime minister can do it on any issue. That's the reason i spent tuesday in london with your for europe and the yorker remain voice clap. I hope you saw us and hurt us on the evening news on bbc you see i tv and channel. Brexit is a sideshow by comparison with the climate crisis while breaks. It dominates u._k. Politics antics little of significance will be done on climate change all on many other issues that we've been neglecting over the last three years worrying agreeing also is the fact that many permanent brexit tears pacifica's climate deniers if i'm being political in opposing them and so be it in the climate crisis news this week the amazon fires why they're not the only fires why they he may not be as bad as you think a why they may be much more serious in ways you don't expect the future of the consumer society professor ian boyd retiring chief scientific advisor defa has set out his thoughts which looked very much like system change to me and the flying prince. I'll all common offsets making his travel common neutral the fun as in the amazon have been making big news news over the last couple of weeks that destroying the rainforest sante threatening an area which produces twenty percent of the world's oxygen on the amazon amazon rainforest is the lungs of the earth. Isn't it well. Yes no i strongly recommend that you listen to more or less a statistics sticks programme on bbc radio four which is available online and has carried out a detailed analysis of the situation they spoke to daniel net stunt of the earth innovation institute who explained that the fire houses have been identified by satellites are not burning rainforest generally the rainforest doesn't burn because it's so damp and humid what can happen is that low level fis can burn the leaf litter on the forest i flow and this can scorch the trunks of the trees and callum off these files are not visible from space and their effects are only evident once the trees have died off which may take a euro reversed point then is that the fires may be more extensive than we know at present. The fires that we can see from space are carrying on land which is being cleared. It's common practice for farmers to burn off weeds. Where land has been recently cleared. The trees are left to dry out and then abundant. One of the major consequences of these files is smoke soot in the atmosphere leading millions of people to seek treatment for respiratory diseases smoke from the falls code sao paulo which is mulling one thousand miles away from the amazon to be plunged into an apocalyptic darkness in the nineteenth of august the new president of brazil k. A. bowl sonata has taken a very hard line on the amazon weakening the brazilian environment ministry and turning a blind eye to illegal logging and deforestation he the amazon as a resource to be exploited by minus farmers and loggers as reported recently when the brazilian satellite satellite monitoring agency revealed significant increases in the rate of deforestation. The president denied that it was true on the director of the agency was dismissed. Does the amazon produce twenty percent of the world oxygen. It depends how you calculate but according to daniel napster it consumes a lot as as well and the net effect is more or less neutral. He sees the most important function of the forest as cooling effect as every every drop of water transpired by the trees evaporates. It cools the atmosphere you the effect of this across the whole forest is enough to have an effect on the climate of the whole world. Let's not forget the consequences of the fires and the deforestation policies for the indigenous peoples of the amazon amazon basin. They see the homes that food sources their way of life destroyed tribes that have been wolf generations a coming together against a common enemy enemy. Surely the global community should take that pont in our own interest as well as this president bolsonaro initially initially suggested the ngos had deliberately set the forest on fire in order to embarrass the government rejected the twenty two million dollars that politicians titians attending the reason g seven summit in biarritz pledged to help fight the fis. Can the world afford to stand by and let this destruction attraction continue. It's claimed that attention to the amazon leads the world over the fact that there are far more fis in africa but it's not the same thing writing in courts africa kolin bill senior lecturer in ecology university of york says fire is an essential part of the savannah savannah. The first to know is that the impact of a wildfire depends more on wet and what it is burning than how big it is or indeed how many fines there are the vast majority of the african fires currently earning seemed to be in grasslands and exactly the places we expect to see fires of this time of these files are usually by cattle famous as part of their traditional management of the savannahs where the animals graze some files are started to to stimulate new growth of nutritious cross for their animals others are used to control the numbers of parasitic takes own manage the growth of thorny we scrub without fuzz many savannahs and the animals they support wouldn't exist and lighting them as a key management activity in many any of the iconic protected areas of africa for instance. The sarah getty in tanzania is known worldwide for safari animals and all inspiring hiring builder beasts migration and i'll work shows that around half of its grasslands each year most foss both in the amazon was an ad in africa therefore deliberately started by humans as part of land-management b._b._c. news reports wildfires ravaging parts of the anti with areas of siberia alaska greenland and canada engulfed in flames and smoke satellite images
Micron resumes some chip shipments to Huawei, boosting stock
"Meanwhile shares a micron technology surge as much as eleven percent in the after hours trade yesterday because the chip maker announced it has resumed some shipments to weiwei micron says some of the products it sells are not subject to a recent u._s. ban as bloomberg's ian king reports micron may be taking advantage of a loophole if the technology is basically designed created and ponted alf web and in theory well not means for the product is that you can continue to supply it without causing these new regulations sales to chinese telecommunications the chinese telecommunications company while way generate about thirteen percent of microns annual revenue and by the way if you're checking out micron stock on the bloomberg terminal and you want to see all of its customers and its suppliers just type n you u._s. equity s. p. l. c. go and you can use that s c command for any stock to see a pretty awesome supply chain
News in Brief 3 June 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations pregnant women are putting their lives and their babies at risk because of catastrophic and prohibitive healthcare costs before during and after childbirth UNICEF executive director, Henrietta, four said on Monday. Her comments, a company, a new report, highlighting, how few of the world's poorest pregnant women have a doctor, nurse or midwife at their side, when they need them, according to the UN children's fund more than five million families across Africa Asia, Latin America, and the Caribbean spent at least forty percent of their food household expenses for the entire year just on maternal health services, and it says that eight hundred women die every day from complications while yet. More mothers live with debilitating outcomes compared with most rich countries where a skilled birth attendant is present at almost all deliveries. The tiny drops significantly in least developed countries, the Eunice f- research shows these states include Somalia where professionals are present. In less than one in ten births and south Sudan, where only one in five deliveries is assisted to chat now where the killing of reporter. Oh, bed Nang butner brings to nineteen number of journalists killed around the world, so far in two thousand nineteen Mr. noncombatant, who was forty two worked for public broadcaster. Tele chad. He was fatally wounded when the military convoy he was with hit a landmine which also killed four soldiers late last month. He was reportedly traveling to the northern side of Lake Chad to cover the aftermath of an attack on army positions by Patna extremists. In a statement condemning the attack director, general of UNESCO ultra as ULA appealed for better safety for journalists in conflict situations, including the Lake Chad region. And for safety protocols to be fully respected. And finally, an original take on the issue of sustainability an art exhibition that's been inspired by the twenty thirty gender and the seventeen goals that the international community adopted in twenty fifteen installed temporarily in the UN palace of nations by the mission of Canada. Awakening features deceptively complicated works by Canadian ended digital artists. One of them is a large photograph of a huge open Coppermine with a seemingly beautiful turquoise lake at the bottom, it's actually a toxic tailing pond. That's full of chemicals and other mining byproducts as Tara Pont from the candidate council for the arts explains, what strikes you in this work is that it's, it's beautiful to look at it. You see color, variation, you see texture. But when you realize what you're looking at in this case, a copper mine in Utah. You also realize that this is the impact of man scraping away at the natural landscape for its own purposes. Ios and that gorgeous pool of green is in fact, tailing pond. So not really so beautiful. But rather dangerous to us accompanying the exhibition is a series of sei's underscoring the urgency of cheating each of these estate development goals. Composed by leading international figures, including UN deputy chief. I mean, Mohammed, and former head of the World Bank. Jim Yong Kim Daniel Johnson, UN news.
"pont" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"It's just gonna be nasty out there. Winter storm sweeping across California Nevada dumping at least eight feet of snow over the past few days. More is expected. In fact, the authorities issuing a blizzard an avalanche warning actually warnings for the Sierra through tonight. Sustain safe stay warm. My friends. Anyone enjoy the big Super Bowl? Let's get right to it. Right. What am I going to get to get to the Super Bowl? Yes. Anyone enjoy that Super Bowl essay? Congratulations to the New England Patriots. So hold on a second. I'm going to turn to my cuffing bite my tongue. So that was pretty bad at it just seemed like I was so into it. And I was really rooting for your team. And just everything was I think my ribs were part of the best. I'm sure they were. Part of the best of the best thing in the day yesterday. I don't know just. I'm trying to get into grandma's fell asleep. Especially after those ribs and bacon, helping macaroni and cheese. Even the commercials. I don't know. I feel bad. I keep going halftime show every song this. I'm sorry. Pat. What thank you. Lido? Well, first of all my team, which is a team that scores thirty three points a game. They literally averaged thirty three points a game scored three points for why that was going to be a shutout. It was a good opportunity to to practice anger management. I was Pont Pont Pont. Putt putt at first. It was like. Wow. Oh, boy, we're gonna let these guys just go down the field. Then we'll get an interception. I icy. We as mine plan for the Rams. Oh, here we go. Yeah. Nothing three and out then three now, then three now pint pint pint bond pond. Hey, I had a big time vested interest in this game. I didn't even have any Dr Pepper SAS covered ribs at a big all vested interest in this game. And and. It just it was. It was terrible. I mean, okay. I do like defense. But it was just just awful game. I don't know. Yeah. I look so cute. I was wearing my little jersey. I made my ribs. I made chocolate chip cookies triple chocolate chip cookies salted caramel, what jersey. It says perfect ten on it. Okay. Ten on it. Okay. Nice. And it's pink, very cute. Very prepared for yesterday to be amazing. Yeah. Me Taylor ever, watch sports. And yeah. Sucks. Well, by golly. Yes. Indeed. I would is it about my teams come on. See here in wine. I need a psychiatrist's couch in here tonight. What is it about my team the teams that I root for they'll they'll be good? Didn't they get to the World Series? The last couple of years, and boom they bomb. Good. They get to the Super Bowl. They lose. It's just what you know what? Hey when you're a sports fan. You gotta ride the highs. You have to ride the lows. Got ride the lows. They're saying that the the the real loser yesterday may have been the league. This is what they're saying that not everyone's saying granted there are some reports saying last night's game. Well, by the way, this this is true. The game through the lowest TV rating of any Super Bowl in the past ten years. Viewership drive at five point two percent from last year. Why do you think that people turn tuned out of the Super Bowl Super Bowl fifty three? Did you watch the Super Bowl? Tune out. Now, there's some. Theories as to why it may have been the lowest rated Super Bowl in ten years. Hey, by the way, if you do want to call this prompts thought or comment you wanna call we're happy to take your phone calls. We do that on the show. We take your phone calls. Your opinion matters. The phone number nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty whale. So the toll free number one eight hundred eight three four fifteen thirty eight hundred eighty three or four fifteen thirty. Let's see what's up with Joshua and sack Joshua. Hey, I'm good. Thanks everybody orange game. I mean, it was within Jim point. I mean, a one touchdown one Bill that others have been closer. But honestly or a team that everybody is upset about some call two weeks ago. Back came in. And they're gonna get slaughtered. Jeff of within ten point. I mean, that's good. Yeah. All right. I mean, if he absurdly I Don I like a defensive game. I mean, I do like a defensive game. And you got to hand it to both teams. Really like you're saying I mean, the patriots held the Rams two zero points for a long time. Then to three the Rams hill the patriots to three points for a long time in that game. So from that sense. Yeah. But I'm just talking about pond pond Pont Pont Pont, and it was just I don't know. I guess I guess punts and defense, but it was a tight game. Joshua. I don't like us either. But I'm just trying to say, but both of them. Yeah. Yeah. True. It wasn't. It was a one. And my thing is you're trying to go up against the team. You want to have fun. Just because it's not touchdowns. Does not mean it wasn't fun to me. Okay. It was hey, these teams are both kind of coming. I was rooting for the patriots only because I didn't like the call two weeks ago. I'm not saying I think that I mean, they held them within ten. Yeah. I mean, I I understand and I'm like. It was. All teams played great defense. Josh were they really did play great defense yesterday. And if you like it, he -fensive struggle. That's what you got. And there's nothing wrong. I'd say for a while there the kickers, well, the I mean they were playing a huge part in that game. Just for field position. Oh, I love. He got. Hey stupid. Rams. Stupid. But the Rams guy got fifty three yards on a field goal. Then he missed on the shorter chain that sucks. Yeah. The Rams fan. I I have a raiders fan. Either have I obviously I'll lose a lot. So. Now the field goal Joshua that he wouldn't have helped him any out. I mean, I know we're getting on up in lined and trying to kick onside Joshua, thanks. But that's not that certainly they weren't gonna come back from that. This is no way. I didn't feel at any time. I just didn't feel it. Hey, so listen, again, we got Robin, and Bruce and Kathy and the rest of you on the line right now. Did you watch? What you was it boring. Joshua says not one boring. What about some of these? It was the lowest viewership at ten years you could comment on that. Did you see the halftime? What about the commercials any of that, you know, the normal standard fare that we get after a Super Bowl kinda just going to chat about that for a minute here. Again, nine one six nine to one fifteen thirty one eight hundred eighty three or four fifteen thirty hang in there. If you're on the line, we'll get your phone. Call straight ahead Powell also..
"pont" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"The time today is Monday September fourth and the New England Patriots have won their sixth Super Bowl Tom Brady has worn to for. Where would he put? Where's he going to put the the six the six one goes your drink? Yeah. It's it's six nice and heart. There was actually a weird Photoshop where they made him have six hands six fingers chill out six fingers, actually, six hands would be even better just end this one ring on every ring finger. Yeah. So football's over and that was the worst Super Bowl. I think we can all agree. The worst Super Bowl we've ever watched. Well, no, no, no. I'm gonna disagree. I I would say the worst Super Bowl that I've ever watched is probably the Denver Seahawks Super Bowl. Okay. But that was just because it was a blow out from the very start. Okay. So you're right. I immediately as it came out of my mouth. That's actually wrong because we've watched worse and even in the nineties, we watch worse because the Cowboys would just kick the shit out of you know, the bills, and it would be over before it even started. It was like it just wasn't a it wasn't. Well, played like he was compelling because it was close late and there were moments where you're like, man. This could go either way, but it just was gross offensively. The Rams drives. Punt Pont Pont how he punched her just say three punt punt punt punt punt field-goal. Punt interception field, Gomes, nine jive. So nine points for the Rams. Yeah. It was it was bad. But I mean, the New England defense was very very unbelievable. And I actually thought the Los Angeles offense was just like it. They didn't look like themselves Todd Gurley. Was I hurt. He denies that. He's hurt. But I'm pretty sure that he was there's something wrong with getting benefit. But but then even C J Anderson didn't play any better. At all. So it was like, yeah. The offense for Los Angeles sucked the offense for a New England mind is Julian Edelman was pretty bad until the fourth quarter to Bolivia p shutout jewels. Nice job today. How many and now I'll.
"pont" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"This. Chapman. That's right. Damn Donald Trump doesn't look only. With that racist garbage on dirty. That's right. That's right. They said this kid was Ponting was apparently an indigenous peoples March going on as well and Nathan Phillips he walked up to the student himself. But that was not the way they said, they got all the facts of the story wrong. They did know due diligence. Are they on the hook for libel? Yes. Or no. Well, there's no there's not a straight out from a fried libel. Slander has to be a statement of facts. Right. So it has to be Kombi opinion. It can be a characterization of the boys. Behavior economy, calling them racist. It has to be a statement of fact that in the case of these are not public figures. So the private figures, so you have to be negligent with that statement of fact, so basically, you have not done did you diligence and you'd have to sit something about them that you should have done was wrong. But didn't know what's wrong. So I am so saying that the kids are racist is. And not they didn't even they didn't even try Danielle? They didn't ask for video. They just ran with it. Nobody interviewed these kids ought to find out what it actually happened. Nobody saw the context of the moment that was negligent on their part. And as a result, they ruined the reputation and attempted to slip. They slander the reputation of these young kids or has it been maybe some liability. Does it there's another avenue that they pursued when the behavior it's really outrageous. And I think this close to what happened on Twitter with some of the people that were Duxing these children and their families the taught cold at the intentional infliction of emotional distress. And if you could show these these boys can show that there was some extreme and outrageous conduct which might be the doc saying that was inflicted upon them intentionally that caused them severe emotional Honduras. Some Kentucky law that might provide for them a means by which they may, you know, I remember. Gets damages and David by the way, I know you represented the National Democratic Party in the past, and, you know, represented them in a trial years ago when Ron Brown ran the party, and they got sued you actually won. But let me I see a lawsuit here, and I see all of those news organizations. They're all going to have to pay and all the celebrities are gonna have to pay. I think he's got a case for liable here. I'm just not sure that's the answer in this case. I'll tell you what troubles me the most you mentioned it earlier. And now you've sort of tidied Democratic Party, the tweet fight Representative Yulon, Omar is absolutely outrageous. She deleted it. But here's exactly what she said. She's a these boys, meaning the Covington voice yelled. It's not rape. If you enjoy it since the found out that the person who said the videos had no idea that anything to do with Covington. And she said to Covington boys were taunting five black men before they surrounded Phillips, racist chant. She's since. Deleted that she's nited states member of congress are the Democratic Party. She has the umbrella of the Democratic Party. I was very proud to represent the Democratic Party of the United States in the past. Very proud. And we want it trial, by the way. Let me stay on this point that we know that it wasn't the kid. We actually have the tape of of that rape comment. And it wasn't any of the Covington kids. That's not one of the Covington high school students. That's right. So remember also who these bracket Israelites are southern poverty Law Center has listed as a hate group. If you ever were to walk in Times Square and wear yarmulkes where they regularly performed just about every day this scream and threaten and intimidate you. You're not the real jus accept it goes on and on. And that's what they were doing with these high school kids, but think about this. We know now that Omar tweeted this comes on the heel of her other antisemitic tweets, we see Twaib with antisemitic tweets over and over and over again, my I never thought in my life. I would see the day that the Democratic Party of the United States opened its umbrella wide enough to not only include anti-semites about insi- semi but to honor them these people have been given now seats on very prestigious committees in congress. They are about anti-semites and invite us feel the Democratic Party. Has never wanted to be known in the past as being anti Israel. It's one thing not to stifle free speech. It's another to reward these people and not speak up when they say these horrible things people today because they saw the Omar tweets and other things are still saying that the reports originally were right? Some people still haven't you deleted their tweets a retracted them, and it was outraged by some quarters when the boy from. From Covington was given an interview on TV. We shouldn't even get to hear him speak. All right. We gotta take a quick break. We'll come back more within your mcglaughlin and David shown on the legality of all this then Jonathan Gillerman. Geraldo will battle out on the other side of this break..
Frog Picks Maternity Ward Like Goldilocks
"This is scientific Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Jason Goldman in the jungle home is anywhere. You can raise your babies while trying not to get gobbled up by somebody else. Take a tiny creature from Brazil whose name is longer than it is the, but he is broad snout casque headed tree frog. It likes to hang out in the little puns that form in cavities within Ramilia plants. These tiny pools are technically known as Fido tell Mata from the Greek words for plant and Pont. A male finds Melia and attracts a female who lays her eggs directly into the water. The male stays behind to guard, the eggs and the tadpoles spending the rest of his life within that one plant, but not just any Ramilia pool will do it's so crazy that all some really nice big permits in never found our rock there. If I. Would be the frog. I would like that for minute herpetologist miracle Solway from Brazil's state university of Santa Cruz coating his graduate students, Amanda lantern Silva brought Dan we may did research, and we saw that they were trade-offs in all solo and his team surveyed two hundred and thirty nine Ramirez within a protected part of Brazil's Atlantic rainforest of which seventy four were occupied by frogs. The frogs preferred big bre Melia ads, but the very largest bromellias were unoccupied by the frogs, which suggests there's a Goldilocks situation are the researchers think it has to do with the size of the frogs alligators shaped heads if the Bermudez water tank was too large and the frogs head can't form a tight seal around the opening which would make them and their offspring and easy meal. But if the pool was too small it might dry out completely. So they are really picky. Concerning day their houses, they need to clean house with fresh raw too. And it should not be large not small. The study is in the journal plus one so many says these findings remind us that we need to think about the nuanced habitat needs of species when it comes to conservation. It's not enough to bring some frogs and release them into the rainforest. We also need to ensure they're able to find the habitats they need to live may end raise their young. Thanks for listening for scientific Americans. Sixty seconds science. I'm Jason Goldman.
NPR's RAD analytics standard goes live
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