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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

The Economist: Babbage

01:34 min | 6 months ago

Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

"Next came the physics. It's winners can boast they share an honor with Albert Einstein and Marine Pierre Curie Alex, tell us about this year's winners. So there are three winners this year for the Physics Prize. Goes to Suraj, penrose, who's a physicist and mathematician? He's one of the most prominent scientists in the UK. He's almost ninety years old. He's a permanent and everything from very mathematics to cosmology to material science. He writes puzzles. He's he's a real polymath genius and it's about time he wanted to Nobel prize. The other half of the Nobel prize goes to you Andrea Gez who is a professor of Astro Physics at the University of California Los Angeles and Heart Kansal he's an astrophysicist at. The University of California Berkeley and together the three of them win full increasing understanding of black holes. So Roger Penrose created some mathematical tools in the sixties that built on Albert. Einstein's general relativity the theory of gravity in the universe and several Japan rose created a way of using general relativity to predict black holes in the universe. So how they might actually form and then Andrea gas and reinhard denzil independently lead teams starting in the nineteen ninety s to track the orbits of Stars. Around. Sort of an object that sits in the middle of the Milky Way, our home galaxy, and there they were attempting to show that the object at the middle of Galaxy was indeed a black hole and they proved that with over twenty years of measurements

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Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

Scott Sloan

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Nobel Prize in Physics Awarded to 3 Scientists for Work on Black Holes

"Well. The Nobel Peace Prize in physics was awarded to dancing with the stars. I thought it was cool through three scientists for their work on black holes, and I didn't realize I don't know why I didn't realize this, but there's a huge prize money for winning a million bucks. If you get the Nobel Peace, Big deal. I thought it for some reason was bragging rights thing. But now Well, it is to only nominate like 6000. People s O. That's out there. If you want to look it up, and finally we well, do you want me to read the What's the name here? Let's go through the names right. The noble peace prize in physics was awarded 23 astrophysicists for their work on black holes. They are Roger Penrose and and Rose, Man. Reinhard Ginzler, gentle, a German and Andrea G's in American. They were recognized for their work on the gateway. Just

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Three scientists share Nobel prize in physics for work on black holes

Morning Edition

00:25 sec | 6 months ago

Three scientists share Nobel prize in physics for work on black holes

"This year's Nobel Prize in physics has been won by three scientists who have worked on understanding black holes. Roger Penrose one half The prize for proving black holes are linked Einstein's general theory of relativity. Reinhard Denzel and Andrea Ghez split the other half for studying a supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way galaxy. This is NPR news.

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Los Angeles' UCLA Astrophysicist Andrea Ghez Wins Noble Prize For Physics

Morning Edition

00:47 sec | 6 months ago

Los Angeles' UCLA Astrophysicist Andrea Ghez Wins Noble Prize For Physics

"This year's Nobel Prize in physics has been awarded to three scientists for their work researching black holes. The winners are Roger Penrose for showing that the general theory of relativity leads to the formation of black holes and Reinhard Denzel and Andrea Ghez for discovering an object in the Milky Way galaxy that is only presently explained by a black hole. Nobel Committee member ofthe Danielson. The heart of our galaxy. The heart of the Milky Way is hidden inside of a dense cloud of dust. And you have to look in the infrared. To reveal its secrets. What they found Wass Incredible. The Nobel Prize for Chemistry will be announced tomorrow.

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Boston Uprising Beat Houston Outlaws in Overwatch Playoffs

High Noon Podcast: The Overwatch esports Podcast

05:35 min | 7 months ago

Boston Uprising Beat Houston Outlaws in Overwatch Playoffs

"We gotta start at the top but Boston uprising defeating the Houston outlaws it three to one. I, know shrug in chat as has shown up specifically to hear this one's Oh. People will will tune in for this one I mean like I was very vocal about it after the match on twitter. It's it's very easy to deduce what went wrong in this game and that is a woefully under coached and unprepared team tried to do something that's never been viable in the history of overwatch. And they tried to do it at a time when it makes little sense as humanly possible for their strategy to be effective and This was purely a coaching failure to me. There's just no two ways around it. They lost to a team that had previously won two games on the season that we discussed this potentially being actually worsen over watch the the Owen Forty Shanghai dragons from season. One we on ironically had that conversation They tried to run Faira in a hit scan Meta that that's it. They treated it like it was a lock and load must pick day Spanish. How Long Months Months. Training a GPS player to become their main tank and then when they needed their main tank to play a GPS hero like road hog, they swap in different DPS player to. Free up their main tank player to fly around in the sky and play Farah. Now if you'RE WANNA run fair I have no issue with it being hydration right that the man was previously transcendent on the hero like he did things that nobody else was really able to do on a was I'm talking back, season one. Better. Find is a history lesson not not a a me trying like compare people recent times. So I have no issues with with hydration being that guy but. The road hog was perfect for him. What we're seeing throughout this tournament is that Kinda Best Road for the teams that are using it Are the maintain players that adapt into it There's a certain of positioning in coordination in a style to this version of roadlog. If you're running a measure main tank, you still kinda needed to operate as your main tank in needs the control space and hold corners and just absolutely play it much like you would a reinhard in a way. You know you're playing on your corners and you're using your natural cover because you don't have a shield still kind of in the same position and now we have. blase coming in and playing it and I thought he did a pretty good job. I mean people were talking about how great fusions looked kind of thought blase out performed fusions. But he did it in a different style that was kinda worse for the team or he was much more flaky. He was much more Ganji player. South road hogs. So our doom players, the accurate one, right that's what what ways and it just didn't quite have the same level of impact. But I think he kind of outperformed fusions thought he got more value out of the picked infusions dead. This fight was lost in the hero select screen. Apparently, their first scrim because in a game where. And Ash are two of the best DPS selections they decided. We can run fair with a one hundred percent pick right and it's just gonNa work and that's like I said something that's never once been true in the history of overwatch like even when widowmaker and macree and ash suck. It doesn't work because you have diva you have. Anna were both also mainstays in the lineup for the Boston uprising. They never have of a counter area you're doing it. Why would we stop doing? It was just asinine. Eh. Just absolutely ridiculous. There was no backup strategy they going into the last map they played it on everything Lee Jang Tower control, center like literally everywhere. It doesn't matter how bad at historically is it doesn't matter anything. They're just like this was right right it's. Been True. There's no indication indication that this should be true. Every theory craft and you could possibly do tells you fair as this is the same chief, isn't the pack for her next patches live. Server. Patch, I could see that being a viable strategy because they really are doing allowed to the hit scans and they're adding damage fall off to widowmaker and all these things right? Are they doing those things dream? Why are they doing those things harsha because they hit scan heroes are overpowered. So you just literally three headed your way into being beaten by the worst team in the. League You all should be fired literally everybody in the coaching staff should just go and and you've got to rebuild again because they just literally. The worst coaching job I can remember seeing in overwatch leaving I can't even sit there and blame the Oh and forty Shanghai. Dragons. Entirely on their coaching staff a little but good portion of it was just a roster wasn't capable at Sarah there. This roster was absolutely capable of the task at hand. The fact that everybody loves the PICK ON THE HOUSTON outlaws and everybody nobody wants to give him credit nobody picks him in any pickles ever ninety five percent of brackets were busted by this game.

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Mexico Caves Reveal Ancient Ochre Mining

60-Second Science

03:01 min | 9 months ago

Mexico Caves Reveal Ancient Ochre Mining

"Sometimes, discoveries seem so simple. You know basically we've found a bunch of holes in the ground that's Edward Reinhard he's an archaeologist and geologist at McMaster University in Ontario Canada, but you know ultimately very important holes in the ground reinhard on colleagues believe they've found some of the first clear evidence of mining activity in a system of caves in Kintana ru on the peninsula the fine dates back to between ten and twelve thousand years ago. These are some very early people that have come and migrated to the Americas via the during straight. But getting to what remains of these miners and the tools they laugh is a challenge like cave divers you got to be so careful you don't get lost. These caves systems in Mexico, which were once dry are now completely filled with water. Thanks to a warming climate and sea levels that rose over time winding passageways are narrow and dark, and the walls are made of unforgiving limestone porous and with sharp edges. Reinhard says the water that filled the caves has preserved everything. It's basically almost like you know somebody working at a factory, they turn the lights off and they went away and nobody ever came back when divers started telling reinhard about what they were seeing inside the cave. He decided to go for a dive himself. He found concentrations of charcoal meaning that the people who walked here thousands of years ago probably used fire to light their way and there are stone. Cairns which Reinhardt believes the people built as navigation markers. Also says lots of tools remain and they were made from the stalagmites that hung from the cave ceiling breaking off and then using use hammer. So you can see the percussion marks where they were banging up the you know breaking up the stone on the bottom. The discovery is in the journal Science advances. So what were these ancient people mining and prospecting for there is a little bit of sediment still on the wall of. The pit. So I grabbed a vial and my sampled island, grab some of the sediment and underwater the red light gets attenuated. So Look Kinda Brown I was thinking well, maybe it's ochre you know is thinking about that but it's like well, looks Kinda creepy of that's what it is but then I got got out of the cave into the sunlight and it was just like this spectacular bright bright red. So then I knew. What they were after ochre it's among the earliest known pigments employed by humans and it's got many uses for sunscreen to preserve animal skins and burials and ceremonies, and people still use it even today in artwork. It was you know it's a prominent in used Gio material if you will through time for your end and dates data usage for thousands of years prior to around the world.

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"reinhard" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:37 min | 10 months ago

"reinhard" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Was told that you guys needed some rating sell yeah well the one hour you do is to bring in people with gravitas and that would be you quite honestly well I appreciate that I'll be retired for years it is not really not for years for years you still have your little black book your little black book was a history he has a little black book of history of contacts within the city county building in state government he was incredible you still have both yeah when I retired I retired with the twenty seven hundred names in my phone my gosh the thing about whenever her Jack Reinhard from channel six news I knew was get the straight scoop you know you do you are not one of these fluff and dump guys together on smoke up is no he's my friend I mean I I just trust today as we used to call them here spray jockeys yeah this this so how's retirement retirement is awesome I've never looked back I'm so glad to be out of the business now oh my gosh sekali the way people view any kind of news anymore and it just lacks the but you know what the local I feel like the local news media has held on you know they're not viewed like national media doesn't seem like to me actual reporting well the reporting but really lacking in this city anymore at every level and every media is the institutional knowledge that's right wing I was there forty one years and I knew were everybody was very.

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Grave of top Nazi official Rheinhard Heydrich dug up in Berlin

Joel Riley

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Grave of top Nazi official Rheinhard Heydrich dug up in Berlin

"German police are investigating after the grave of a top **** official was dug up this week police in Berlin confirm that the grave of Reinhard Heydrich was dug up sometime between last Wednesday and Thursday is accused of helping to plan the Holocaust before being assassinated by British trained agents during World War two German media reports however nothing appeared to be taken from the

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"reinhard" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"reinhard" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"They're gonna be looking up the teams even if they do very well over these next few weeks until they start making up some of these games in hand but he does want points he does one wins tonight it's not yet tonight back home I understand that but it's my time here in this game he got both you got the result and he got one of the best performances the lightning have delivered this year it was the best performance through two periods they had some hick ups in the third particularly around the time the Reinhard scored to make it three two and early third they had some problems in terms of surrendering chances but they lock it down after Reinhard school made a three to help that they got the power play certainly but they didn't really do anything reckless on the power play and score on it but yeah they manage the puck well they didn't give the Sabres really any dangerous shorthanded locks and five on five for the point the Reinhard scored to make it three two and then to six on five after the Sabres both the goalie the lightning rod standing I they were just as good as you can be defensively in a game that you know you want you deserve because you're out played the other team but it's still a one goal game you got to figure out a way to lock it down if they did it so the third period was not as crisp as the first or the second combine in which they were far and away the better team and all are kept this game close in the third it was much more of an even game.

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Electrical stimulation aids short-term memory, study finds

FT News

08:32 min | 2 years ago

Electrical stimulation aids short-term memory, study finds

"Stimulation of the brain can produce a striking improvements in the short term memory of older people when financed jeans the individuals, no characteristics. US we search Shane Naomi wolf Nick spoke to Clive Cookson, the F T signs Edison about the findings. Clive tell us about this research. Why was it carried out and who were the participants a group of scientists of Boston University in the US were comparing the short term memory of a group of twenty somethings with a group of people Asia tween sixty and seventy five and as everyone knows the twentysomethings far better than the older people and the way they enabled the older people to catch up to have working memory short term memory, the sort of thing you need if someone tells you telephone number, and you have to remember it for a few seconds. And write it down the way they enabled the old people to catch up was through a particular form of brain stimulation, Chaim agnostic or something. Yes. So they put an array of electrodes on your scalp in one of those EEG caps. First of all. All they measured the electrical activity, the brain waves across different regions of the brain. And then they tuned an alternating current very mild one she could hardly feel to improve synchronization across the brain. And if they did that the old is actually matched the youngsters for their short term memory. Why do the younger people have better shorts members than older people almost everything gets worse in the brain? I'm afraid to get older but short memory deteriorates much more quickly than long term episodic memory. And maybe partly that the synchronization the brainwaves don't work as well. That's sinking gets worse as you age in this case, they had quite precise. Synchronization they had to measure, everyone's natural brainwaves or rhythms. And then tune this alternating current to amplify that affectively. As the result says I said, we're quite spectacular. So obviously, you've explained how the brains of these people were stimulated and what the impact was. But how long lasting was it was only when you had the science fiction cap on that you'll brainwaves of better synchronized or did it last for a month or year after that, they wore the scifi cops for about twenty five minutes, and they continued to do these tests what they were doing was so simple computer tests where you flash up to images three seconds apart. And you have to remember the first one for long enough to see how different the second one is that sort of simple test, and while they were wearing caps and after fifty minutes, the improvement was still going strong. That was the end of the time allocated in the study, they don't know for how much longer it would have worked, but they guess hours at least and maybe longer. Than that. Now, this initial experiments as proof of principle if you like and Robert Reinhard who is the leader of the project said that he thought that it would work for hours at least. But he hasn't proved that this is early research, which they're pushing forward as fast as they can. And so how could this be? I mean, all the participants in the study, I see more healthy. But is there any evidence that those large amounts of people growing numbers of people who have suffered serious memory declined because of dementia or Alzheimer's is this a technology that could grow and become really big for them. I think so although this study is the strongest evidence that I've seen for electrical stimulation, helping the memory it's not the first to demonstrate the effect magnetic stimulation can also do something similar. So this is part of a wave of research, which is moving towards improve. Having cognitive deficit as the scientists call it, and yes, the people in this study were all healthy. But the researchers are very optimistic that it could help with diseases like Alzheimer's, and that's going to be one of the next stages of research, and Alzheimer's research UK, the charity is very intrigued and raw that optimistic about where it might go. Because in a lot of brain diseases like Alzheimer's studies show that synchronizing across the brain really breaks down. It can't address the underlying problems without Seimas. That's going to require something else. Which hasn't yet emerged I research, but I think it could possibly help the symptoms of people who losing that memory throughout timers and indeed for other diseases, and is the study backed up by any other similar research part of broad wave of research that aims to help. Dementia Alzheimer's sufferers people suffering with a memory, but has lived in anything like this perhaps in other countries that would back it up. Yes. Those being quite a lot of research in other countries. And I think they'll be even more emerging once this results, which is published in the journal nature neuroscience once that gets out and outsiders research is rather focused on the chemistry of the brain developing drugs that will help proteins what better mop-up, nasty chemicals, and this being raw the little dementia research looking at the electrical side of the brain. So I think yes, this will really stimulate that the less funding for that. Because it's not a drug. That's partly true. The great financial resources of the pharmaceutical industry as being rather directed to this pharmacological chemical drug aspects of dementia. But one or two companies, including Glaxo Smith Kline are showing a lot of research interest in what's called electro, pharmacology or electricity tickles. And I think this might help that and is there a hope or know a chance that this kind of treatment could be made widely available. You know, how some affluent people go for their vitamin B shots. They got more energy to succeed throughout the day. Could we people let me in my forties? Could I be going to put the cap on once a week to get a memory boost? I don't think it's something you can do at home. Anyone can buy an EEG cap. But what is needed? I think is a specialist who will tell you the frequency to alternate your current tat. Because if you get it wrong, it might make it worse. Talks or something. I'd have any knowledge that watching your own taste, but they'll be clinics in the city. You get your Bichon you get your boat talks. You get your memory boost time, I consider it being adopted quite quickly. Because this sort of thing has a shorter regulatory pathway than new drugs. It doesn't have to go through phase one face to face three. If they make health claims for it. The people will have to obviously get through regulatory pathway, but it's quicker than putting in brand new drug on the market, which has nosed ten years. Plus, what about the health risks? I mean, it feels a bit strange to be having electrodes attached to your skull. The current is a very small one. I think it's measured in millions. But yes, I think you're right. We should evaluate the long term health effects. And if you get the frequency wrong, they could make things worse because if it decent Kern is is your brain for most people that are bad. They're having said that the researchers say that there are a few brain disorders which epilepsy. Is probably the most important where arguably this too much communication across slippery. And under a few slightly slave that down it could. And this is highly speculative be the treatment for epilepsy working in exactly the opposite direction while it all sounds pie in the sky at the moment. But you know, how quickly these things happen. Maybe in five years time. We'll be popping off together in our lunch break to go have Osco cups, fitted for a memory Bruce St..

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Vatican sex abuse summit emphasizes importance of accurately reporting abuse

The Designer Yard Show with Bret Achtenhagen

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Vatican sex abuse summit emphasizes importance of accurately reporting abuse

"Five on the last full working day of the Vatican summit on preventing clergy sex abuse. German Cardinal Ren hard. Mark. Calls for better administrative procedures and record record keeping and certainly victims who won't be silenced. But heard this morning German Cardinal Reinhard. Marx addressed the importance of accurately reporting abuse that could have document the terrible deeds and named those responsible were destroyed or not even created instead of the perpetrators the victims were regulated and silence imposed consists developing protocols aimed at the protection of minors could help other vulnerable people, including those serving the church at CBS has Seth

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"reinhard" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"So brace yourself for the impact of Danny Reinhard. Next question. Your lifestyle is intense and intentional. How do I even get started living like that? We'll just break this down real easy. Okay. Number one. If you want to live like more focused in your life. Choose to. Decide that you're going to actually live like that do that right down. Whatever it is. You wanna do? And then before you go to bed at night right down some things that you can do tomorrow. They're going to help you move towards the goals that you have. And is that your lawn clock for early in the morning wake up and do the things that you wrote down to stay on that path? That's it. Yeah. And do you think that you've just sort of grown accustomed to dealing with it that way because you know, the more you do it. Yeah. Let's kind of the hard part right to get off the ground sim saying to break, the gravitational pull of of laziness and apathy. Yes. And of course, that, but I feel like that in this kind of situation like when you live how intently intense sure, but you kind of always been intense but that intentional situation because it's pretty easy. If you know a goal, it's pretty I don't say easy. But it's simple to reach. That goal is really clear, you know, like you're gonna have to fight through obstacles, all this other stuff. But if you don't really have an intentional goal. It's hard to just kind of float there and be like, I need to be a no vaguely successful. It's like these it makes the whole deal harder. And a lot of times like a normal person. Would they don't have specific goals for every aspect of their life? You know, they'll have one in maybe with their career or something like that or fitness or something like that. But everything else is just sorta. Hey, I'm leaving day by day doing the best. I can kind of thing. But if you can whether it be write it down, and whatever if you can have it in your brain consciously or remember, essentially, like what these goals, are it makes it a lot more clear, and then the more you kind of follow those goals, the more. Becomes like habit. Like, you just wanna think check next question. How do the finest civilian leaders differ from the finest military leaders or in other words, what character traits? Do military leaders develop that are more difficult or rare for for civilian leaders to develop their really the leadership is leadership and the good civilian leaders have the same good qualities that the good military leaders have and vice versa and Leith life was talking about this the other day that you know, he he tells people like, hey, man, I wish you were in the military, which you you would have been good. You would have been a good infantry officer you to be good seal platoon leader now, it'd been cool if you were in teams because you're a good leader in the civilians, actor, you're good leader in the you'd be leader in the military. So there's no now there are strengths and weaknesses for leaders in both of those situations in mill there's military leaders. You take ten military leaders. There's all kinds of strength and weaknesses different between all each one of those. And there's all kinds you take ten civilian leaders, and it's all kinds of different strengths and weaknesses. Amongst those ten and if you put them if you flip them back and forth. It doesn't matter. They're still gonna be random strengths weaknesses. Some guys are good at present presenting things. Some guys are good at simplifying things. Some guys are good at articulating things. And and those groups washout, regardless there's great military leaders that aren't very articulate, but they figure out a way to get done this great civilian leaders that aren't very late. But they figure out a way there's great military leaders. That are really good at simplifying things. There's great civilian leaders. That are good at simple. There's people that are not good at that. So they find the correct solution people that will complement them as leaders and move forward. But no, huge difference. Actually, there's no there's no difference. There's there's just there's good leadership.

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"reinhard" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Winds at by that out of headlines reach Reinhard pursues at of the right circle under pressure. Where's the puck headman dislodge it for stamp goes to walk it out shorthanded with Sara Lee snap goes to Sarah across the blue line. He gets checked by Eichel. He does dump it though behind that boosts Anthony, Sarah. Allied aligning on the regroup, spins the Skinner eighteen left in the buffalo. Power play four four or score in the third by crystalline a right wing Eichel pursued from a high by Callahan. Callahan. Nearly knocked the puck up stick killing me to steal Russell. And it gets it back right now across the balloon Reinhardt left point dumps it by the lightning net giving their for Cockburn kind of Lawson skeets a little bit. But he retrieves it and rips it down the middle of the ice for the ice. Fifty five seconds left to go on the buffalo. Powerplay rasma. I align it with the puck in front of the lightning earn from the buffalo net price to drop in Yanni coordinates, the short handed steel across the pool. I love to go to Callahan holds back in front record off his stick savers look to counter Skinner the middle at center. Here's Ryan art across the blonde Rodriguez, right circle. It's Heikal losing it. The puck is going to bounce out of the zone. Fortunately, Skinner knock it off Torelli. Stick did come out. Darlene puts it back in the sabers tag up as it would have been off-side Girardi placid down the near sideline length of the ice. Eighteen seconds left in the penalty. Four four score in the third middle stand in the near corner out of my pocket pocket does make a steal at the right circle. And he stays with it pocket. Had seraglio open at front steady drops it back to center ice for Sergeyev left wing headman rip it in. And the penalty is up killed it off. It's quick pressure and the offensive zone. Was an offside delayed. Offside pocket came back in. So they do blow it dead. Four four score twelve eighteen left to go in the third and lightning radio. Check passive watcher now back to Luba. Wait a minute, folks. Now Luebbe checks running off the ice. What's out there? Now checks coming back and he's driving. Zamboni..

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"reinhard" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on KTOK

"Anyone wants to step forward? Our said. We're speaking with Beth Reinhard investigative reporter at the Washington Post. He's written a piece called inside the Saudis Washington influence machine. What else have they done events things like that? So when the crown prince dead earlier this year in March, I mean that was a whole national tour. I mean, he he came into the White House he met with folks on Capitol Hill. Big party for him at the embassy thrill, and then he he traveled across the country. He met with celebrities. He met with scholar. She met with politicians. Jeff. The owner of the Washington Post, and of course, the Amazon CEO so it was sort of a public relations for and it was it was a big success. I think in the body. Well, you said that one of the biggest beneficiaries to has been the Middle East institute. What does that do? They're one of the many think tanks and in Washington. They hold the fourth as a unbiased information. But you know, we found they they are getting a lot of money both on the Saudis and even more from UAE, which is a close ally of Saudi Arabia gave the Middle East since twenty million dollars. And so even though they insist that their cars are independent, and that no government funding comes with strings attached. They are getting money from these foreign forces, and that's true of many, many think tanks in Washington. And of course, not just from Saudi Arabia, but so many government. So as you point out the Saudi influence right now is being tested in the wake of the kashogi situation. So now what? Well, now, you know, a few lobbyists have think tanks have declared. They will not take Saudi money. It will be interesting to see if that holds. They kind of wait for the storm to pass, and then continue taking that money or whether this marks, you know, a real chill in the leadership.

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"reinhard" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on KTRH

"The power of these sophisticated Saudi influence machine that has shaped policy and perceptions in Washington for decades. Batting back critiques of the oil-rich kingdom by doling out millions to lobbyists blue chip law, firms prominent think tanks and large defense contractors is under the microscope now in two thousand seventeen Saudi payments to lobbyists and consultants in Washington. More than tripled over the previous year. The strength of Saudi operation is now being tested him in the killing of Mr. cash Yogi earlier this month in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, a death the kingdom belatedly acknowledged last week more from Washington Post investigative reporter Beth Reinhard. Beth what have you found the players in DC for a while? I mean, obviously after nine eleven they had a lot of damage. But their influence has considerably ramped up. Under Trump in the last couple of years in part because they've seen an opening and the Trump administration, they you know, Trump has relationship with the Saudis business relationship with the bodies. Jared Kushner has bonded with the crown prince. But also because the Saudis had a big setback at the end of the Obama administration where there was a law passed that allowed the families of nine eleven. The Saudi government alleging that they had tied to the terrorists. And the Saudi government is is obviously been fighting a law that would allow. To do that and say that they had nothing to do with nine eleven. But anyway, after that law passed, I think society, wow, we don't have the influence we need in DC. And they have tripled their spending on lobbying in the last copiers boy is actual dollar amount. That's been floated out there as to what they spent. Right. It was twenty seven million my colleagues, I. In two thousand seventeen. Paid lobbyists. I mean, there's a lot of money that is not reported. There's money spent courting the media there. There's a lot of ways that they are ingredient themselves into the media and political sabotage here in Washington. And some of it is is what dollars and some of it is with as we said in the headline there charm offensive, how do they court the media? So one example, we found was a Super Bowl tickets. They offered tickets and slates to the game chartered flights to Jake tapper. And Bret Baier were among the journalists that they ported that way. Both of those guys turned down the offer. We're gonna find out anyone..

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"reinhard" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on Here & Now

"For money was a big relief. My question of the day is like, what are we having for breakfast? Oh, a piece of bread. Okay. Because no one went grocery shopping and like just I just feel like I grew up the person because now I know so much about like financials and like how to work proper budget. And it comes in handy for like applying for scholarships, Reinhard Nicholson star college this month, both took summer jobs, three program launched by the Nashville mayor's office to combat youth violence. They also signed up to work financial peer coaches for the programs. Younger members. They check in to see if the kids had opened Bank accounts and we're putting five percent of their summer paychecks into savings as recommended before she started calling the fourteen to sixteen year old assigned to her. Reinhardt said she liked how adults were removed from this dynamic, which is the point I feel like teen, it's hard when it's coming from an adult to kind of pressure you and be like, oh, hey, did you do this? We find some people can find kind of annoying. So if it comes from someone that's more like your age. Rain, it can. It can kinda be better. The reality was a little different. The coaches were initially shocked to find out the kids consider them adults calling the ma'am and sir, but Derek Nicholson says, most of the kids talked to did have a home about the long-term valleys of budgeting. Once he created real world scenarios for them. Listen, when you turn sixteen your mom, once you pay your phone Bill and but you wanna go out with your friends. You wanna have clothes and stuff to Nicholson. This is precisely how financial knowledge grows from the small scale to the large, it's having foundation that makes a difference feel like if people might community had financial literacy, they would have the funds to go to college, do things that they want open up the businesses that they want. The more literate, he becomes the bigger Nicholson's. Goals are getting one of his first after college, he says, is to create more programs that help you like himself rise from poverty for here. Now IOT..

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"reinhard" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

Chicks in the Office

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on Chicks in the Office

"Grow back, but by coal spent coal, spent his birthday with Willie Reinhard in she wrote the cutest message him on. She. Stave talked about how they don't really like to talk about the ins and outs of their relationship and whatnot. They try and be more private, but she did pose a picture for his birthday and the caption was at seems as if the world would still be a stranger to me if not for you. I'm so thankful that are intertwined to form this beautiful adventure, happy birthday. My love playoffs. Beautiful. And it's so well written, oh yeah, it's like a poem. She wrote him a poem. Exactly. My sister me a picture of Cole and Dylan spouses weekend that you news put up for their birthday, and these guys will always remind me of you when you're a little and me thinking, I don't get why she's obsessed with them, but let me tell you. I see it now. I mean, yeah, they've grown up. We're like, wow, they've aged wonderfully and everybody freaked out. He gets better with their what their birthdays and all the birthday love that they were getting and we gotta get on this show. That I think that's my new number one get is the spouse wins. They're so famous real high. No, I okay. Well, we wanted Bella Thorne. Yeah, that's really famous true. You never know. You really don't. Now. I'm not saying it's going to be easy for us to get the sprouse twins. Right? It's not gonna be easy at all. It's actually going to be really hard really hard with all the riveta Riverdale. Craig. Exactly. But I have hope that one day we will get the sprouse twins. I would love that it would. It would really, I would really putting it out. I spent so much my weekend looking at pictures of them for their everybody was posing like q. pictures of them for their birthday e posted an old interview that they did with e when they it was for big daddy. Yes, and they were so freaking cute. They always were. I've been saying this, you know, ever since we started talking posted an Instagram stories, they were watching big daddy. Last night. She took a picture of the team. Be just appreciating how cute they were when they're when they were little and there's still so cute now twenty six happy belated happy. Bladed twenty sixth birthday to the spread real France. Many of how many of us many jealous real France has that many of us smell at each other, but how many honest trust shoes in break-up news, Courtney Kardashian and Eunice have split apparently Eunice cheated on Courtney about a month ago. And then there were pictures of Eunice with some girl who was also linked to Justin Bieber. Yeah, and Tiga curl as though. Yeah, I, I've seen her before with those two people actually, and he was all over her and then he posted on his Instagram that it was just a friend's trip. She's just a friend, you know, get your Hollywood bullshit out of here this, and that everybody knows that. That's not how you act with Joseph. Fron Eunice no-one stupid. So then Kim and Chloe joined in Kim commented like, oh, must. Boyce trip, like something like that and Chloe commented, Alexa play heard it all before by sunshine Anderson. Yeah, it was like so the the shade room took screen shots of his Instagram story posted it because on one of them, his legal, they want me to be the bad guy. Okay. With your friends? No. More like saying that Daily Mail where my other friends, then he showed a picture of all the people he's with. I mean, by the way, they did post other pictures with friends. They were just it's just a headline. Yeah. Yeah. And then he posted against once again, you guys failed. I'm not attached to this life so you can't touch me. I knew who I am where I'm from and where I'm going. And that bothers you only one opinion matter. The one of my Lord have a wonderful day. Okay, Eunice, okay, I got. I got this as something here. Listen. I'm not a tasha's life. Oh, you're attached. I went date according Kardashian. I went to Catholic school my entire life. Okay. I believe what I believe. But these celebrities nowadays with the whole only Lord knows this and that you.

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"reinhard" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

The Ken Coleman Show

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on The Ken Coleman Show

"You're clean there and you've been given a clean bill of health that doesn't come back now we're just dealing with stress do you feel like you now know what was driving that and you can mitigate that to where that's not a factor going on yes or no obviously it's it's it's it's easier if i was a head coach you know if i was a head coach then the stresses on me i'm putting this on me in my given situation that i had i was just below that which there was some stress there in terms of just my relationship with my yeah if you're working for a good head coach or if you're the head coach then that was the issue the issue was the relationship between you and the head coach that was this the stress so my point is that something you can mitigate so the answer is yes so if you get in the right situation and whether or not you're an assistant coach or you're a head coach and either way it's a good relationship situation so you're there i don't know why you can't launch your little side business a coaching what i'm curious about real quick as the business model how are you gonna make money are we talking about clinics where parents are paying you to essentially take this college coaching expertise and teach their kids and get them started that's the business model right essentially i had a side business doing that here and and obviously you know doing it after school is is is actually fairly easy to do and and the staff does need to be experts you know when you're just using the sport to them so you're the expert the parents are paying for you yeah i do this i got three kids right now okay yeah so i send my kids to tease local cancer i know these college coaches and i'm sending them because of the college he's barely out there during the camp he doesn't couple reinhard works i give it yeah.

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"reinhard" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Now because of the human condition which you're saddled with an can't get out of you just can't you're wondering how come i can't get more how come i can't work harder and get more i don't like it that he has everything i have i i wanna get more than he has not an while you can even take it on a very very superficial materialistic basis whatever that's still there but even on a spiritual level you say i don't want anything to do with any of this and you're you're going to be vilified doesn't work they can't have anybody having faith in christ in a communist society doesn't work does not work that's why every one of stems from a position of atheism falls right out of atheism it's evil top to bottom yet here's somebody the catholic church advancing it the pope buys into this clown is trying to whitewash it and say that it has nothing to do with the abject evil that is well mass killing to make a communist world happen you know right now one of the greatest i think this will go down in history as being a period where people were i wanna say evily horribly deluded china right now is a straight up murderous dictatorship yet they're being sold to you by everybody from the university of michigan to the zombie media tonight the catholic church here that through the pope and this this clown cardinal reinhard marx that it's it's a wonderful society they're working toward a wonderful end and all of that killing that took place has nothing to do with the present they're still doing it everybody focuses on north korea they're still doing it in china so the psychotic german cardinal he thanks karl marx thanks karl marx he says the world knows that the market is not as innocent as it appears in the text book of economists behind which are powerful interests the german colonel criticize capitalism claim their norma social inequalities and ecological damage that capitalist dynamics are answerable to that's good stuff we used to say that was good it makes you wanna do something better life's not fair if you don't succeed the first time try try again we all went in the end with a.

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"reinhard" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Of save schools safe neighborhoods and they safe country and back to ira with the state senate here voted last night to make it a felon any crime to sabotage a pipeline or other critical infrastructure like utility power lines sabotaged to find this any act that is intended to call'social potential interruption or impairment of service to critical infrastructure property and republican senator tom shipley of not away a conviction could be twenty five years in prison enough to one hundred thousand dollar fine democratic senator herman corn buck of aims i stand where the farmers and the other landowners and story county and across the state who so bravely rose up in defence of their property rights against the corporate big shots bill would still need to be approved by the iowa house and signed by the governor before it becomes the new law and it 1204 checking your money the number of americans filing for unemployment is dropping against near record lows last week's filings two hundred twenty two thousand that's the one hundred fifty fifth straight week that unemployment claims have been below three hundred thousand analysts say suggests a strong labor market the dow industrial average up two hundred fifty point six one percent right now twenty five thousand forty the sp 500 up eighteen a twenty seven nineteen the nasdaq composite is up twenty six at seven thousand two forty four making the moon into a gas station for outer space that it more news sports traffic and weather coming up in addition of cape ann doyle the state house wolpe joined live california as the original you ssi what belt and makes it wonderful flagships brooke simon conway what what what are you gonna go right here on news radio 1040 who we stand for awesome the whole bureau member greg reinhard being a corn and soy bean producer and also of fruit and vegetable grower i of a different perspective other role farm bureau played in helping all farmers doubtfire bureau has consistently supported iowa farmer's market drop the day over the years they have encouraged farmer's market than many way the market fell smaller and even beginning farmers sell their locally grown produce iowan and i appreciate farm bureau effort to support locallygrown mood we're the iowa farm bureau a century strong and growing to become a member of congress local county farm bureau today give help get hope

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"reinhard" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Of save schools safe neighborhoods and they safe country and back to ira with the state senate here voted last night to make it a felon any crime to sabotage a pipeline or other critical infrastructure like utility power lines sabotaged to find this any act that is intended to call'social potential interruption or impairment of service to critical infrastructure property and republican senator tom shipley of not away a conviction could be twenty five years in prison enough to one hundred thousand dollar fine democratic senator herman corn buck of aims i stand where the farmers and the other landowners and story county and across the state who so bravely rose up in defence of their property rights against the corporate big shots bill would still need to be approved by the iowa house and signed by the governor before it becomes the new law and it 1204 checking your money the number of americans filing for unemployment is dropping against near record lows last week's filings two hundred twenty two thousand that's the one hundred fifty fifth straight week that unemployment claims have been below three hundred thousand analysts say suggests a strong labor market the dow industrial average up two hundred fifty point six one percent right now twenty five thousand forty the sp 500 up eighteen a twenty seven nineteen the nasdaq composite is up twenty six at seven thousand two forty four making the moon into a gas station for outer space that it more news sports traffic and weather coming up in addition of cape ann doyle the state house wolpe joined live california as the original you ssi what belt and makes it wonderful flagships brooke simon conway what what what are you gonna go right here on news radio 1040 who we stand for awesome the whole bureau member greg reinhard being a corn and soy bean producer and also of fruit and vegetable grower i of a different perspective other role farm bureau played in helping all farmers doubtfire bureau has consistently supported iowa farmer's market drop the day over the years they have encouraged farmer's market than many way the market fell smaller and even beginning farmers sell their locally grown produce iowan and i appreciate farm bureau effort to support locallygrown mood we're the iowa farm bureau a century strong and growing to become a member of congress local county farm bureau today give help get hope

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"reinhard" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Of save schools safe neighborhoods and they safe country and back to ira with the state senate here voted last night to make it a felon any crime to sabotage a pipeline or other critical infrastructure like utility power lines sabotaged to find this any act that is intended to call'social potential interruption or impairment of service to critical infrastructure property and republican senator tom shipley of not away a conviction could be twenty five years in prison enough to one hundred thousand dollar fine democratic senator herman corn buck of aims i stand where the farmers and the other landowners and story county and across the state who so bravely rose up in defence of their property rights against the corporate big shots bill would still need to be approved by the iowa house and signed by the governor before it becomes the new law and it 1204 checking your money the number of americans filing for unemployment is dropping against near record lows last week's filings two hundred twenty two thousand that's the one hundred fifty fifth straight week that unemployment claims have been below three hundred thousand analysts say suggests a strong labor market the dow industrial average up two hundred fifty point six one percent right now twenty five thousand forty the sp 500 up eighteen a twenty seven nineteen the nasdaq composite is up twenty six at seven thousand two forty four making the moon into a gas station for outer space that it more news sports traffic and weather coming up in addition of cape ann doyle the state house wolpe joined live california as the original you ssi what belt and makes it wonderful flagships brooke simon conway what what what are you gonna go right here on news radio 1040 who we stand for awesome the whole bureau member greg reinhard being a corn and soy bean producer and also of fruit and vegetable grower i of a different perspective other role farm bureau played in helping all farmers doubtfire bureau has consistently supported iowa farmer's market drop the day over the years they have encouraged farmer's market than many way the market fell smaller and even beginning farmers sell their locally grown produce iowan and i appreciate farm bureau effort to support locallygrown mood we're the iowa farm bureau a century strong and growing to become a member of congress local county farm bureau today give help get hope

ira senate california simon conway greg reinhard producer iowa farm bureau senator tom shipley senator iowa cape ann one hundred thousand dollar one hundred fifty fifth twenty five years six one percent
"reinhard" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:36 min | 3 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Of save schools safe neighborhoods and they safe country and back to ira with the state senate here voted last night to make it a felon any crime to sabotage a pipeline or other critical infrastructure like utility power lines sabotaged to find this any act that is intended to call'social potential interruption or impairment of service to critical infrastructure property and republican senator tom shipley of not away a conviction could be twenty five years in prison enough to one hundred thousand dollar fine democratic senator herman corn buck of aims i stand where the farmers and the other landowners and story county and across the state who so bravely rose up in defence of their property rights against the corporate big shots bill would still need to be approved by the iowa house and signed by the governor before it becomes the new law and it 1204 checking your money the number of americans filing for unemployment is dropping against near record lows last week's filings two hundred twenty two thousand that's the one hundred fifty fifth straight week that unemployment claims have been below three hundred thousand analysts say suggests a strong labor market the dow industrial average up two hundred fifty point six one percent right now twenty five thousand forty the sp 500 up eighteen a twenty seven nineteen the nasdaq composite is up twenty six at seven thousand two forty four making the moon into a gas station for outer space that it more news sports traffic and weather coming up in addition of cape ann doyle the state house wolpe joined live california as the original you ssi what belt and makes it wonderful flagships brooke simon conway what what what are you gonna go right here on news radio 1040 who we stand for awesome the whole bureau member greg reinhard being a corn and soy bean producer and also of fruit and vegetable grower i of a different perspective other role farm bureau played in helping all farmers doubtfire bureau has consistently supported iowa farmer's market drop the day over the years they have encouraged farmer's market than many way the market fell smaller and even beginning farmers sell their locally grown produce iowan and i appreciate farm bureau effort to support locallygrown mood we're the iowa farm bureau a century strong and growing to become a member of congress local county farm bureau today give help get hope

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"reinhard" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"If you think about it you know the way in which we we know that thing by earthquakes are coming it has mahmut area which are these really tricky had he little devices their expensive we don't have a lot of them especially in the weight from the west coast and and tillich hard can monitor aid on phenomenon now when they're going to happen and that warning but what we all have right now are smartphone as reinhard tron has in it um and i'll tenetur basically uh that that that that works kinda like um we'll put it what decide whether or not that your own should be in um trader landscape right feed the way in which you're moving at i'm going to knows how to respond if you look at a picture and had your picture that that technology well that technology can distinguish between shaking that uh you're doing because you're at a party are you dropped your phone and shaking caused by earthquakes and tho so there's a really interesting program coming out of you cow berkeley right now where they're saying look you know if you'll let us year your advocate and the fight and well anonymously that we're not trying to keep up on you and kind of private brother here but but if you'll let us kind of you that uh then what we can do with we can put a track the movement in the phone and then when we see that happening for the you know in you know multiple found at the same time we know than an act like it's happening um and and in exchange kinda for using that information and we can also send you up and early warning if people five miles from the air their phone start shaking first you know that's enough time for us and you tax that that hey listen earthquake coming in our take hoverer and i think that that is a fascinating approach it car you know tax payers very little money on it at all i was scientists and do a ton of really interesting work and then it gives the added benefit of on early warning fit in places like nepal hugely earthquake active places that don't have those those sites monitors in place places like new york city washington um you know really can make.

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"reinhard" Discussed on Marketing Today

Marketing Today

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on Marketing Today

"For us the speed at which we get we got success in that really the first weekend that we had released the the campaign the ad it really was like a rocket ship that first weekend we had forty million views in the first couple of days we had one of the top ten trending songs artists from the commercial on apple music so um you know he's like haley reinhard and beyond say so that was exciting and you know we had lots and lots of recognition across different influencers celebrities ellen degeneres posted that she loved the ads so it just really took off and i think the speed was surprising for us now there's a bunch of people behind the scenes or you get your research staff that came up and say you get your partners agencies had it tell me about this partners and how they all work together it we have a very very close relationship with our agency bbdo and um in many ways it had been form throughout many years of working with them at wrigley and so there was a foundation there and one of the things is we we felt like the insight that we had was was felt real to us and very authentic and so part of the relationship was less about buying because we really trust at each other early on it was about how do we push ourselves to create something that always felt real inauthentic where we were pushing ourselves in trying to reach a new standard a new.

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"reinhard" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"reinhard" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is with ihs market she says while a slump in sales isn't good news for manufacturing jobs it doesn't necessarily mean that what we're seeing right now is indicative or weakening in the economy brindley says i just sales forecast for next year are predicting a slight rebound to around seventeen point two million cars sold i met him ellington for marketplace with the caveat here that alan greenspan's prognostic a tori talents haven't always been spot on the former fed chairman said something interesting today talking to bloomberg greenspan said he thinks were in a bond market bubble and he's they're worried inflations going to surprise us than bond prices could in the near future fall sharply which would said interest rates higher marketplace's revenge short takes a look at greenspan's words of warning right now the returns on bonds are historically low and investors are fine with that the price of bonds is pretty high alan greenspan as saying that investors are i realize they should not be fine with that they should not be fine with such low yields on bonds alan greenspan believed that the market is underestimating the future radovan way should in perhaps the longterm outlook for the us economy john lonski is managing director at moody's analytics the idea is that growth and inflation might surge unexpectedly and eat into investments and people holding bonds will say omg we have made a terrible mistake we bought bonds with low returns now inflation is ruining everything why did we do that the bond market bubble will burn investors will get out of bond's bond prices will tank in bonn by here's will start demanding higher yields that would be bad vinson reinhard is chief economist at standard smell an asset management on you determine what how hold pay for fixedrate mortgages throw household would be.

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