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"royal melbourne" Discussed on Fore Play
"I don't advocate for another podcast. But i liked that one. That's going to be you're gonna get quite different subject matter there. Then you will on the four play. Golf podcast right. Not a ton of crypto. Talk not certainly. Not any informed crypto. Talk on this podcast. I would say any crypto talk. We've had has been satirical about how little we know about crypto hundred percent. That's right another guy. Abe abraham answer so clearly word had gotten to him Very recent winner. He won the a few weeks ago. He's He's gonna be a stud for a long time to come up clearly. She's got everything about the maturity the vibe he's just got his shit to gather and he's shaky played great under pressure at royal melbourne except for tiger woods. dusted them in singles match. But anyway he clearly word gotten back to abe answer. Honest abe That you know we told the story that are are running. Bit with him is that he tells us i think his crutch when he would run into us was like yeah. I'm going to get you guys. Those hats that's awesome man wall take it even further are crutch was saying how much we love the logo of his tequila. Then he would say oh. I'll get you a couple of hats. And their new we would never connect guy. Oh you get those. I'm gonna make sure my guy gets your hats. It'd be awesome and we'd see the next tournament same conversation same conversation. Well that had gotten back to him that we told the world about are running are running bit of crutches. He came running over to us today on with his phone and was like all right. I'm getting these and he actually exchanged numbers with us instead. Text me the address. I'm sending you that so now. We'll just have him on the show. Malware hats during podcast. Yeah that'd be fun. I mean on that because i will say i want the hats but also don't want bands like iraq that because i want the reason i don't want them is because i like the bit you can rock that i've been going hatless a lot lately. It's such a hat like. It's only abraham answer can rock that thing. He looks so good. And it's got this like wild logo so cool but like the way he walks around with the black hag. He's at the black shirt on interested to see if we can wear those things in rock them. We can try. Yeah definitely i mean. Going to be a podcast. Were we show up screen. And we're all way and then there was a discussion amongst us. We tax on the wrong address. Never get that. We don't ever get the hats and it just becomes a thing. But we'll take that. I want to an ira. I don't want him to feel like we. Dog him up for failure. No or anything of that..
"royal melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"Guardian trip. Alice direct heading south. And so that was ah, lot of consternation from very impatient drivers that were honking the people trying to fix the traffic light. It's saying that obviously you know what I wanted to try and look after their safety, but their murderous didn't want to, You know, be delighted all. So that was a little bit unfortunate, but down here at the moment, you know, the area that I'm talking about is a He's a footpath area that he's very, very narrow it where it all happens. And so they five pedestrians with standing there when police say they see double truck came around the corner and jump occurred mashing over that traffic light now also knocking almost those pedestrians over as well. With being told by the Royal Alfred such There is still that 20 year old man in his twenties in a critical condition. The other man that was originally listed in serious is now down stable. We believe At the Royal Melbourne Hospital. There are two men and a woman. They're all aged in their 21 of the men remains in a critical condition, and the other man and the woman are both in a serious condition. So No, he and typing that I can pull through. But it was obviously a horrific thing here last night with smoking some of the people that live around here and have seen out here this morning again. Decided it was a real saint of commotion. You know, with people just swarming over this area, trying to change those people who were lying on the ground, injured it so they described. It's really shocking scene. And many other residents, of course, is you can understand of being calling this an accident waiting to happen, and they're very concerned about the high level of traffic, particularly in this area. Virginia Gino That's really built an awful lot in terms of apartments around just on the southern fringes of the CBD. So you know you have this mix where you've got huge amounts of traffic, one of the last point to be able to go onto the freeway here. And also a lot more of that pedestrian use around the area as well. You mentioned the five pedestrians that we hit this diphtheria and two in critical or serious condition. Can you update us in any way on their condition this morning? Those too? No, I would. I remain in a critical condition of pharaohs were aware of the stage. So that was the latest that we have heard from the hospital this morning. We will obviously cheap her viewers and listeners and Raiders on the online up station with that as well, I just in terms of the truck driver. Police obviously say that he did not stop enough you mentioned beforehand. You know, it's that is the point of concern. Detective Sergeant Darren Williams is from the major collision investigation unit and soon after the crash. He spoke to reporters at the scene and said that Investigated. First of all we're trying to determine if the truck driver knew he hit the pole. He thought that you know that. Don't be modified aware of fashion place and that his question would be there in a city. Other black South, keep neither pretty heavily populated with pedestrian. And you know if you would you would it late stop. But what ended up happening with such as I said emotional, two tailed truck as it headed south on power straight and gave the police identifying information of this particular be double truck. That are able to track that down in trucking diner and Melvin's voice about two hours later. And from there they arrested. Think, 64 Year old Windham. Vile man on He is currently in custody and assisting police with their enquiries. Steph. Thanks so much for that update. I appreciate it. Thank you, Steph. Very the ABC news reporter at the scene there in Southbank. Sam's called in from South Yarra. Sam used to live nearby to that intersection. Is that right? Yeah. Hi, the genie. I did for five years until that six months ago on this was, Stephanie said in action way that happened. Contacted the Department of Transport about a year ago in writing and by telephone multiple times. I got a response back, and they completely dismissed the user experience. I walked that infection to the three times a day every day for those five years and saw firsthand just have closer be doubles, livestock trucks, oil tankers, hazardous waste materials turning left from City road on the past year. They've got a city like It's definitely said there's a one m the depths of foot part from the corner of the apartment building to the intersection, and it's one of the densest blocks of density population in Australia, and it's just completely inadequate. Responsibly growth as well. Was dismissing of my really serious concern. And I said good item Someone is going to die here and I I woke up this morning horses, You know, I think she was poor people. Sam. That's a really compelling story. And, gosh, those calls that people you know it's a bit of an effort to do it T o on the firing to punch through all the numbers into wait online it to make that complaint really should be taken seriously. Interesting to hear your reflection. So are on us taking the accepting the consequences of our actions and our mistakes as well. Toby in Barbara's Good Morning. Good morning. Yes. I'm I'm a spiritual counselor and my four of counseling that I do. Is it spiritually based. But it Zach, a therapy that Teaches people about value systems will help them understand what their value systems are. And it's interesting with a lot of my client's. What I find lacks is an understanding of what accountability is, and that's a unless standing accountabilities about being accountable to their feelings and be accountable.
"royal melbourne" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"We said he precariously kind of sort of on the other side of the really bad part of covert that you and I experienced here in Victoria. Are we able to reflect yet or we far enough away? Joining you in the studio associate professor Look virtual. He's an associate professor of medicine at the Royal Melbourne Hospital and also one of those very clever people that understands the value of the arts in terms of processing things morning to you. Look good morning. Thanks for the invite. You know, it's good that we could drag you off rounds and get you in have come straight from the wards. Strike from the land of heart attacks and chest pain, rhythm problems. Well, that's what's so interesting. Is that your work? You are a cardiologist. Was there much call for cardiology during covert? You know what we read that there were a large number of people presenting with hot related complications because of covert. We were quite fortunate. We really didn't see that many. It's certainly globally, cardiac complications were very common. My PhD in fact focused on ice, too, which is the spike protein for SARS pervy. And little did I know that PhD that I didn't completed back in 2009 would actually hold the key to the current pandemic. See, I knew that you were intrinsic to this entire conversation. Now. The reason women was through Milburn Knowledge Week that you were involved in a well being hub set up through the Royal Melbourne Hospital. For health care providers who recorded their experiences and those recorded audio experiences but distributed through Melbourne University, two filmmakers who were isolated and deprived of a living and going out of their minds, not having anything to do. They've created a series of short films, which I think you can say up until today. Is that correct? That is correct. You can stop by the meat market hub and you can view each of these eight films, which they're really unique stories that capture the experiences of health care workers impacted by the pandemic. Why is this Such an important time capture to capture the experiences of the health care workers. I think it's important because of the chaos of the pandemic. And, you know, I've been thinking a lot about action buyers, I think should buy it. I know I'm really branching out here as a doctor and a cardiologists. Thinking about society, not just being a carpenter with bits and pieces inside the body, not just putting in the stands prescribing the pills, but thinking about what's happening outside the hospital that is true. And one of the things that I saw with the pandemic was action buyers, which really means where compelled to act. You know that feeling that you have When you encounter something that's uncomfortable, it's difficult. Or even a conversation with someone sharing something. And you want to offer the solution straightaway? Yeah. Yeah, that's action boss, and I think what I was observing is many different kinds of solutions being thrust upon health care workers. Not a lot of time actually just saying Can we just sit and listen and understand what's going on here? Because if we sit and listen and understand this, we might be able to provide some support and some solutions. It actually made this community where they are right now, right rather than just imposing things. Yeah, guessing and rushing in. I think that the risk of harm really escalates when we don't do that self check and think about why my entering this base? What are my intentions here? Often, action boss is actually Directed towards ourselves. I think I understand when you say it's directed towards ourselves. Can you explain that for me Just a little bit more simply? Well, you tell me something. That is really confronting. It would just be easy for me to say. Wow. Yeah, that's terrible, Libby. But are we still going to go out and get that lunch? What I think you should do is just go and and so on. It's really deflecting. And short circuiting a conversation that requires us to just sit with it and understand and listen, So can I make a confession? Have some action bias. I think going on at this moment right now. Right now with us. Yes, I didn't say it. Well, it was About what? I have heard you speak about about having an aboriginal mother and an English father. And being what man and an indigenous medical practitioner Yeah. I'm interested to know where the health outcomes For indigenous people. Would be better Should they be more people like you involved in delivering that health care. Well, I can answer that question. But I still want to understand. What do you feel is the action boss Because you're here asking me questions and it sounds like you're ready to listen. Am I need you're going to say that. I think my married because I knew what you were going to say. Maybe in another life, maybe in another life. I think that more Aboriginal and Torres Strait on the people in the very systems that we work across are ultimately the solution. So the short answer is yes. Let me tell you on anecdote. A notable leader from the community here in Melvin was admitted to roll Moment hospital he had self discharged. Just hours before from another hospital in Melvin. Because he experienced racism. And the story was that he was getting frustrated because he didn't understand what was happening in relation to his care. And when he became more assertive. Expressing that to the nurse. He was told. To be quiet. When he said, But I'm getting frustrated and I'm raising my voice to communicate that he was told. I'm going to need to call security. Mm hmm. And he discharged himself and he came to roll Melbourne Hospital and I'm not suggesting that we have everything science sealed and delivered, but The Aboriginal liaison officer texted myself and Glenn Harrison, who is the Aboriginal emergency physician. The three of us were there within a couple of minutes. And what was most powerful from Mei was that community members feedback, he said. It's not about the paintings. It's not about the message sticks. It's not about the use of their language. What mattered to me? Came to this hospital and there were three people that identify as Aboriginal. And I was standing with me. Listening to what had happened. And caring for me. Site. You know, we've been doing a lot of work it wrong. Melbourne on reconciliation, action plan and policies and so so on, but and even cultural safety training, But at the end of the day What Aboriginal paper one his other aboriginal people, because that's when we actually can relate and feel safe. That's how you actually create safety. When he looked at you Look, he wouldn't have seen on the outside and aboriginal person I'm looking at you and you've got I would say, paler skin than me, and I've got that Russian peasant skin. You don't look brown, right? So here is some some landing because what happened in that moment when I came down? And I was relating to him. We we recognize Aborigine Aladi that's about culture and heritage. It's not Only about skin color. Okay, So I grew up. Probably the Payless kid in my family, right? And there was a time for May. What was that coverage in.
"royal melbourne" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Wanna miss it. That's by rake on dot com slash. No laying up to get. Twenty percent off your. I'm going to do it. One more time by rake on dot com slash. No laying up. let's get back to joaquin neiman. Did was there. Anyone who would have been the person that you would have been the most nervous to be around either to have played with or walk by on the range. Or if they're watching you hit balls on the range you'd have been nervous to be around. Who someone that that at that age would have major nervous riley. Yeah probably playing around here. I think i think the first time i saw was the moriarty was late north third or four tournament which Experience i remember. I was playing great. I was almost the last ruben sunday. I mean i could hear that. There was not only ten groups front but i could hear everything that's note and the people following him by think. Sergio helped me a lot to like. Get that pressure off. You know like lie. Know him. Before i turn pro. I will to play with him before on unknown how good they are also know that i can like i can be here. You know. I was actually at that memorial that year and i remember watching. Ut off on the tenth hole once. i'd never seen you hit a ball in person and it just stuck out to me immediately and do on tv. And i'm sure you hear a lot about how low you hit the ball and i'm just curious. Has that always been the case. And is that something that you know you. You were aware of growing up or any special reason. Why would hit the ball. Low and chile. Or do you think about that at all non. It was is fine because at the beginning that league union a lot of confidence. When i'm like a little bit nebulous son. I need to hit the way. I'll heed that show on a new. I remember when i start being professional a using. That showed that now during the time. Yeah i've been using it less. I'd i'd be using more hydro. I'm just trying to hit farther on. May i have that show that. I feel really confident when a heated unease yummies late may go to That's what i was. I was curious. And i was looking back at the highlights from when you won at greenbrier every now and then that forty one foot apex driver shot comes out and i was. I was just interesting because of how different the game appear the direction. The game appears to be heading seems to be you know track man. Everyone's telling you hit it high. Hit hi hi. I'm wondering if you know as you were transitioning from amador into pareo if anybody came along and said hey you could hit it this much further if you hit it higher or but i think what you just said though it's interesting how you've you've prioritized accuracy. But i'm wondering if if that has evolved at all over the years. I remember when i played. Infirm courses The bogus along. Way i Relate to two seventy and he runs it. Depends on the fairway ferry. Sometimes when their firm for example greenbrier they allowed so sometimes is not that short by yemi normally. I've been preferring. yes More with hydro. Sometimes i got bunkers around when he died. I'm like are now monday. Just gonna he'd been the hydro and the beginning. I was really. I don't know if i was a little bit more secure or no but early. I prefer yesterday that low one being more coffee when the on knowing that i'm gonna hit the airway but now he's more like a feel like i feel better on the course right now and i just. I just thought that showed that like more. And he's been pretty good lately. So i like it do you feel. Where do you feel most comfortable. Like firm and fast conditions or when when it softer yeah. I like away. When when he's firm. I know that. I don't hear really really high with the also with the iron. So it is hard to me to stub on own the green when i when i'm lega 5-iron their firm 'cause i don't get it like really high but yeah i mean like bain with firm conditions. I think is is more fun on unb lehner green or heating widgets from the hundred twenty yards is is is good to see that like bouncing around the great in those more fun. Yeah i mean. I find it interesting you know. Obviously when it's firm your drivers going to run out a lot more but like you said it's hard to hold greens. If you hit it low and i i wanna talk a little about royal melbourne in the president's cup. You know you have it's interesting. You didn't have the most success at royal melbourne yet at the same time at olympia fields this year which was very firm and fast you finish third. And i'm i wanna talk a lot about role melvin. But first off. I would say. Did you learn anything in particular from that week. That helped you in later situations when it is going to be firm and fast. Yeah more than of course it was more like the atmosphere. Unlike the like getting that amount of pressure it was one of those way i mean the whole way was really intense. On the course roy ever was unbelievable. I mean i think he's one of my favorite right now. Unease eighty s a lot of strategy. I remember ernie was standing us. They don't in many drivers. You gotta The ball on the right side than it was more. Legacy smart play yet was different course. i remember in chicago Driver everywhere every bunker was laid three or three. Oh five three. Thank ari so i was trying to cater scarlet side. Ken he was going straight. You which is which was really good that we well. I wanna pack some of that then because I am. I love when professional golfers especially have to play some kind of strategy and you just outlined it perfectly there. You know ernie telling you not to hit drivers whereas olympia fields just gives you the right away to just hit drivers all over the place. So what are some of the examples from royal melbourne that you remember as far as strategy because i think back to that very first hole and seeing how the strategy on that whole changed from session to session based on where the pin was some days. It made sense to hit a driver. Way down there but you know if the pin was tucked on the right maybe it made sense to hit more of an iron off of it. What kind of influenced it did. Earn the did the captain have on that decision making and What did you learn about that as as the week went on. Yeah the thing that late when we when we were on the course there were like four captain so there were a better get a here because gooby from was here on suffered the and we always dug up a little bit before the round where it was better to hit it on. Yeah i mean. I think we create a destroyed years from the on. Depend everything were wasn't you know but yet ready fight. If i will go there again. I'll probably be more aggressive at the. I like the more aggressively. Dvd i was. It was a special wig where had to listen to to you know. Well yeah. I mean from what i gather there. Were at least one of your teammates. Maybe had some issues kind of listening to the captain. Do have an idea what i'm referring to. I don't remember a which one i think i. We'd heard some rumors that li was maybe a bit too aggressive amid bit too aggressive with the driver and that didn't sit very well with ernie. Yeah yeah it was funny on. This is really funny. I was. I was laughing the whole way with the wakey thugs. The way he say things he was really funny but yeah i mean. I don't think there was.
A conversation with Joaqun Niemann
"Let's get back to joaquin neiman. Did was there. Anyone who would have been the person that you would have been the most nervous to be around either to have played with or walk by on the range. Or if they're watching you hit balls on the range you'd have been nervous to be around. Who someone that that at that age would have major nervous riley. Yeah probably playing around here. I think i think the first time i saw was the moriarty was late north third or four tournament which Experience i remember. I was playing great. I was almost the last ruben sunday. I mean i could hear that. There was not only ten groups front but i could hear everything that's note and the people following him by think. Sergio helped me a lot to like. Get that pressure off. You know like lie. Know him. Before i turn pro. I will to play with him before on unknown how good they are also know that i can like i can be here. You know. I was actually at that memorial that year and i remember watching. Ut off on the tenth hole once. i'd never seen you hit a ball in person and it just stuck out to me immediately and do on tv. And i'm sure you hear a lot about how low you hit the ball and i'm just curious. Has that always been the case. And is that something that you know you. You were aware of growing up or any special reason. Why would hit the ball. Low and chile. Or do you think about that at all non. It was is fine because at the beginning that league union a lot of confidence. When i'm like a little bit nebulous son. I need to hit the way. I'll heed that show on a new. I remember when i start being professional a using. That showed that now during the time. Yeah i've been using it less. I'd i'd be using more hydro. I'm just trying to hit farther on. May i have that show that. I feel really confident when a heated unease yummies late may go to That's what i was. I was curious. And i was looking back at the highlights from when you won at greenbrier every now and then that forty one foot apex driver shot comes out and i was. I was just interesting because of how different the game appear the direction. The game appears to be heading seems to be you know track man. Everyone's telling you hit it high. Hit hi hi. I'm wondering if you know as you were transitioning from amador into pareo if anybody came along and said hey you could hit it this much further if you hit it higher or but i think what you just said though it's interesting how you've you've prioritized accuracy. But i'm wondering if if that has evolved at all over the years. I remember when i played. Infirm courses The bogus along. Way i Relate to two seventy and he runs it. Depends on the fairway ferry. Sometimes when their firm for example greenbrier they allowed so sometimes is not that short by yemi normally. I've been preferring. yes More with hydro. Sometimes i got bunkers around when he died. I'm like are now monday. Just gonna he'd been the hydro and the beginning. I was really. I don't know if i was a little bit more secure or no but early. I prefer yesterday that low one being more coffee when the on knowing that i'm gonna hit the airway but now he's more like a feel like i feel better on the course right now and i just. I just thought that showed that like more. And he's been pretty good lately. So i like it do you feel. Where do you feel most comfortable. Like firm and fast conditions or when when it softer yeah. I like away. When when he's firm. I know that. I don't hear really really high with the also with the iron. So it is hard to me to stub on own the green when i when i'm lega 5-iron their firm 'cause i don't get it like really high but yeah i mean like bain with firm conditions. I think is is more fun on unb lehner green or heating widgets from the hundred twenty yards is is is good to see that like bouncing around the great in those more fun. Yeah i mean. I find it interesting you know. Obviously when it's firm your drivers going to run out a lot more but like you said it's hard to hold greens. If you hit it low and i i wanna talk a little about royal melbourne in the president's cup. You know you have it's interesting. You didn't have the most success at royal melbourne yet at the same time at olympia fields this year which was very firm and fast you finish third. And i'm i wanna talk a lot about role melvin. But first off. I would say. Did you learn anything in particular from that week. That helped you in later situations when it is going to be firm and fast. Yeah more than of course it was more like the atmosphere. Unlike the like getting that amount of pressure it was one of those way i mean the whole way was really intense. On the course roy ever was unbelievable. I mean i think he's one of my favorite right now. Unease eighty s a lot of strategy. I remember ernie was standing us. They don't in many drivers. You gotta The ball on the right side than it was more. Legacy smart play yet was different course. i remember in chicago Driver everywhere every bunker was laid three or three. Oh five three. Thank ari so i was trying to cater scarlet side. Ken he was going straight. You which is which was really good that we
"royal melbourne" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Lot of emotions the last few months may not see being hurt he didn't play well last season need to be a captain's pick anyway and then he had to withdraw and look this was he was gonna be a big part of that game plan Ernie els going down Australia he knows royal Melbourne he knew he was gonna get crowd behind them in I asked about yesterday and it made him angry he couldn't watch it for very long you have to get up and walk out of the room and I think that's part of the emotions that I think listening to him yesterday he's also coming to grips with the fact he can't be the player that he probably once was when he was number one the world he just physically can't do it at least not with the back he has right now now you know I just made fun of Phil for being the paradigm fitness in this particular case he does have tiger as the paradigm of hope because tiger was in a very similar spot not that long ago and we're talking in very glowing terms about him when he made an M. sixteen so I think there is an outlet but I didn't see it in Jason died yesterday when he was talking I think he's not the best place right now red Saddam against all right so it's a Ryder Cup year and in Olympic year how does all of that figure into the schedules for players I think a lot of players will come to the end of the season and if they have to make points I mean I remember talking to Paul Casey about this just last week it's very important for him to play for you U. K. in the Olympics it was a priority for him in twenty sixteen Rio and certainly this is probably going to be his last opportunity and I think you'll see a lot of offers towards the end of the season start changing up their schedule chasing points because they want to play for their country will be interesting in right now Tigers right there on the edge and it certainly will be the last time Todd will be able to play in the Olympics I would think and you wonder how important it is to him I mean we kind of seen here in your out back in twenty sixteen some players past didn't feel like it was something they want to do I think that's changed I think we'll see players start make runs in in really make concerted efforts to qualify for whatever team rest before I got the Taurus been working on pace of play recently last week and build a new plan it's going to go in effect in April first off what is the plan no the only thing I hate talking about is is pace play no it I it slow play bothers me less than talking about pay to place him in I know it's it's a very hot button issue right now and I will give the to our credit the plane and they came up with historically they have focused in on groups and just trying to keep your threesomes in place not letting fall too far behind the new policy is really focused in on the individual and this is where it will be interesting guys will now start the week it miss positing going to effect until April the guys will now start the week on essentially an observation list so they'll be on the clock from the time they tee off I think that could make a difference and we've talked about this forever no one seems to ever have any answers but I think this one could be at least a step in the right direction or so guys that you're talking to the players that you've spoken to about the plan where they make of it they like it they know this is something we're not gonna go from for half hour around three and a half hour around that ain't gonna happen what's going to happen on the.
United States Rallies from 2-Point Deficit to Win 2019 Presidents Cup
"Will Tiger Woods set the presidents Cup record for most victories and set the tone for is U. S. team at royal Melbourne he beat Abraham answer three and two in the first of twelve singles matches the Americans it needed to win singles for the first time in ten years to overcome a two point deficit against that international team woods got the Americans going while the rest of the U. S. teams followed by rallying to win the presidents Cup for the eighth straight time sixteen fourteen what was the final score the American red scores filled the score board all day on Sunday a thrill coach woods on the golf channel we rarely see you this emotional with all these other guys what's going on inside for you we did it together we don't we we came here as a team my teammates and my boys all played well the captains did an amazing job of just being there for every little detail I coulda done with all their help and all my boys they they did it of all the things you've done in your career new is not something that happens very often your one eighty two in Tokyo a couple of months ago here you are as a captain for the very first time so how were you able to get outside yourself and lead a team and not just yourself this week it's been one of the more amazing it is but but you don't you don't strix and cups and Zach how may they were amazing and all the guys leave the one other rely on one another as as a team and we did it together you talk about doing it together you said yesterday about five times when we were returning on the sixteenth green your trusted your guys how important is it for you even though you're behind that for a couple of days to trust the system the players and to keep pushing forward knowing that the plan you have is what's going to be successful in your own mind I trust all my loving guys I I trust them implicitly I told them from the very get go and they've been out there and and dot dot the points we need is we fought you the points we lost we were making them art everyone of them and this cop wasn't going to be given to us we had to go earn it and we did we have congratulate congratulated you on a lot of things in your career your first time winning captain for the hottest issue gradually stacks and expect you yeah you meet someone of his players Patrick reed was without his regular caddy water sit out for shoving fan Saturday read one for the first time this week woods was playing the first captain playing in twenty five years went three you know for the week as the first plane captain since Hale Irwin back in nineteen ninety four's singles victory was his twenty seventh at nine appearances breaking the record for Phil Mickelson and set in twelve events Bob harig on how tiger came through as US captain well you did a great job in the end they wanted and it all came together and I think you decision to sit out yesterday now looks good you know Tiger Woods was on top of it today and actually in the in the first two matches that he played on Thursday Prodi as well it be fun to see him play astral played on that I at this golf course which requires a lot of thinking and a lot of creativity which he hasn't sold display right now you know tiger was probably the best player here this week which is really amazing thank you but he was also the captain and he ended up pushing the right buttons are still you know to get to get the victory and and that despite the you know that the criticism as you noted for not playing the baby's mother Perry did put out there yet today they came through for Eric was on game night again the red white and blue win for eight straight time lead the series eleven one and
"royal melbourne" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"That's the thing well great players and trying to figure out who since this is not an easy job it's always a difficult thing to be able to serve people and who's going to play it is gonna get matched up it was really cold this morning and it was wet it was raining how much of the weather went into the factor of you sitting out and just being the cat that is not the player what the weather is always a factor whether it's it's been as everyone knows it's this is the way it is you know for me and old age no injuries surgeries in on it all adds up skin was in fact and I'll be ready to go tomorrow so never that use the competitor as the captain you see that score nine to five it's a big half point you guys just one about forty minutes ago I know you're nodding what are your thoughts going into this afternoon matches you know I I trust my team you know the to go out there and turn this thing around momentum was a that was a huge public tone on the bill to get that get that half a point this little half points here little half points there plus me hold at the right time it changes tops I've been a part of that so I understand and this whole team understands last thing you physically okay I'm always good doggie B. W. S. B. as Bob harig reporting the caddy for Patrick gray was involved in an altercation at royal Melbourne that involved in punching a fan Kessler great was the brother reads wife went into the crowd after reading part of web sits in Los therefore will match PGA tour said it was looking into the matter Karan admitted do shopping a fan telling our Michael Collins that many of the fans were using vulgar language with no response from security night knee NHL the ABS coasting along through the trapezoid now far side ranks in a deep thought now for Sanford one timer.
"royal melbourne" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast
"Hello this is Alan ship. Duck back for a special shoul edition of the drop zone. You got rid of the millennials Sean and Dylan her out the Oh jeez taken over the microphone. That of course is the one only Michael Bamberger and myself doing our dog and pony show for somebody else new platform but it'll be the same content. Michael thanks for being here you know. Are Those guys out temporarily. It's just one week. Only we can never get rid of the little. Too Valuable to the franchise -actly they're the future. That's a scary Are we the path the no hanging in there hanging in there so we have been given time at Michael of talking about the President's Cup. We are excited in the President's Cup and you've interest really more recently than I know. Sweat look every frame. I've never been to Australia my life. So Oh man twenty four man in your position you don't like to fly but It it's a long journey but it so it's such a special place I've been now four times and Have you been this Royal Melbourne course. Oh yes I where would you put it on. This Saint Andrews Augusta National Continuum better than Augusta National As equally interesting and charming as the old course I definitely tougher than the old course doesn't have the same majestic sense of place. Basically in the suburbs of the city as opposed to the heart of the old grey tune. But it's It's it's without a doubt one of the greatest golf courses in the world and the really special place I mean it's probably the ultimate Mackenzie design you know Augusta National's have been kind of bastardized by the rough in the trees and the Fertilizer I think Royal Melbourne probably plays like Augusta national data the Nineteen Seventies. You know. It's a little rough around the edges little burnt out in spots. What's pleasantly so you know? It's not overly manicured. It's looks like a golf course and it's a race track. I mean the ball rolls rolls forever on the ground. Evergreen is a riddle. There's there's a lot of movements out yet to feed the ball off slopes to get it closed you have to bounce it in just a wonderful test and really a spectacular golf course. There's two courses at Royal Melbourne the West Course. which is I think right now? Number seven in Golf Magazines World Top one hundred. That's two spots higher than Augusta National in the east course also made the top one hundred in the world somewhere in the nineties navy ninety six and in the President's Cup the play composites researching courses off the west and they take five off the East but it tells you how good that the Gulf is there that you really have. I've no idea when you're when you're watching on. TV's it's kind of the the whole blend seamlessly together. So it's GonNa be a fantastic venue and I think it actually gives nationals a chance just because it's not a pointed shoot golf it's not PGA. Tour Golf I mean. It's really takes John Matry imagination discipline and you can't not just fire the flag and so I think that that gives us hope that it could be a competitive presents cut because it's because the venue so unique not to get too deep in the woods woods here or lack of woods. But you've got three guys on that international team who are very good British open players Markley Sherman Adam Scott and It would be the third okay loose out. King lowering himself and I'm looking at this squad. I'm seeing tiger. Woods is a good show player. And I'm not seeing anyone else who's really league shown that they really did links golf. Yeah I'm ricky. Fowler years ago had a nice run in the open. But he's kind of Kinda falling off I think I think he could be a sleeper for the US because he is a little more imaginative in the Yes true. I mean if if they were playing this at a Florida golf course I'm the. US will be a prohibitive. Favorite but I I think Royal Melbourne is equalizing factor. And in some ways. It's going to be able to start the show. Oh along with Was Of course but even the even the Gulf fans wanted that emotionally invested in the President's Cup I think they're gonNA love watching this This golf of course and they're gonNA especially in match play where does lend itself to being a little more aggressive in his shots. You probably never tried to strokeplay turn. There's GonNa be some recent double bogeys from the fairway for guys just figure I didn't make Birdie and they fired a flag and roll over the back of the green and they chip it off the greed diagnosed in the most delicious. Double bogeys. There is but when you see tour players chip off the created during the walk shaking the next shots plenty any of that. I mean I was there in November degrees or already quite quick. And everyone's like Addison. They slowed down. Just wait till you're going to let them go for the President's Cup it'll be three faster than this. It's like man that's scary so wait. I can't wait and it'll be a lot of emphasis on tiger of course but I think think Ernie's shouldn't be overlooked here because I think Earning has been a big loser in life and in Presidents Cups. I'm being facetious. The earnings he's been under the Ernie's under the the the large size eighteen feet of tiger woods basically his whole career since since tiger turn pro route and I think he's looking for a moment here can where he can best tiger woods That simply I don't think there's any great love between the two. I don't think well I I don't think Ernie loves tiger. I think this is an opportunity for him and I remember something Nick Price. Tovia years ago I think actually actually had an effect on her earnings from how I for the story a today's but there were playing they're playing in Presidents Cup. Earning going through the motions you've probably heard until this before a Alan L. and stops when he says any. This point may not mean much to you but it means a lot to me and US Asna wake up. Call Ernie's I've heard story has been woken up ever since. No Ernie was I. I spoke to early briefly at the prison. Scott the Liberty National L. A.. Two thousand seventeen and he was pissed end or knee you think. That's the right word demoralized. I think is the right word and He's proud what athletes so I'm interesting. How Ernie decide will it's true? You know the big easy moniker never quite captured. The Real Ernie els because as those of plus you saw him call you out like an after school bully at whistling Straits years ago. No yet two thousand four. Exactly I mean yeah you thought he he is affable and he's fun loving guy but there is a fire that Burns there and look at all. The agents. caddies burned through He's been Mike face a couple of times about About stuff that was tight I mean he's he's he's a prickly bastard in some ways. But that's what you need to be a champion sportsmen and I think I think his team will see both sides of that it is GonNa make a fun team. Rooms can be jovial. And it's it's GonNa be a nice vibe but but I think at the same time Ernie as you say is tired of losing to Tiger Woods promptly when you think about earning career four major championships. What is the most memorable golf? He's ever played in his life. He's probably in the dark in South Africa against Tigar's presence cover two thousand three. That was so much steel so much will which deserted Ernie at tides in stroke play events and so the president's got does mean something to and Australia's not South Africa but there Stopping played in America. It's Southern Hemisphere. There's This Adam Scott's comments events about don't cheer for Tiger of the. US feels like they're trying to bring more emotions this event because they need it. Yep What do you think this moment. In this week it means to tiger. I think it means a lot. You know he He's a student of sports history. Like he knows how many NBA champions Bill. Bill Russell was a player coach right like this is just another way to set himself apart. And you know anybody can can win a Presidents Cup as a player. He's done it but to win it as as a as a player coach is a really cool special distinction and it speaks to the Tigers. Only take place in a game but also his rejuvinated golf and I think it really does mean a lot to marine He's he's spent a lot of time. I'm thinking about this. Talking about it with the players is vice. Captains the wheels turn in for a long time. He's Analytical Guy and I think it means more to him as a capitalist play if Tiger's playing poorly I think he will in fact Benjamin's health so you can get the team victory because that means more than anything you can do as a player But it's GonNa be I wouldn't I wouldn't agree that alum is. I don't think tiger can admit to himself. He's not playing. Well I actually don't think he has that move in him that we might see it but I don't think I don't think he'll be able to see it. He could bench himself for other reasons Well if it won't be called but if it were called for windy of his back were acting up then he would but I think I think tiger staggered because he always thinks he's going to play well but I agree. I think this is a very big moment for him for all the reasons you outline so well. And even more broadly than that he has got to set up the rest of his life here He must know on some level. He was very lucky to win that masters tournament. Everything fell his way Is Nick Faldo has told people that's really the only major he can contend because he can't play out a rough anymore he's not going to be kept gun. Dustin Johnson and in Patrick can't lay in Zander's plan out of the rough so So what does that leave for you. You know as he's in his mid forties in through sixties knowing team competition he needs to be like Michael Jordan other guys. I think he's GonNa find that Presidents Cups and Ryder Cups and then late adapting them and later being an adviser to them. It's going to be very significant part of his life so this is really the first of the rest of his first week of the rest of his life. I would think it's a big deal. Yeah that's well said and you know. The the tiger field continuing was interesting because in post scandal. We'll during All the injuries retire kind of dropped out of golf. You OUTTA sight Outta Mind in the game just moved on and and minted these young. These young stars and Phil became really the elder statesmen on tour..
"royal melbourne" Discussed on The Science Show
"So some any race. Searches came up with a new way to analyze data, and they got done from huge earthquakes that happened between two thousand and ten and twenty sixteen and they compared similarities in the waves that traveled through the center of the earth to this network of stations pick up these tiny little shivers and shakes as the waves from the quakes go through the planet, and what they found was a particular type of way, it's called an s wave not only travels through solid material. What I think is when a wave travels through the mantle which is solid as an s wave it hits the liquid Atakule, and of course, s wave travel solid con go through liquid. But when it hits that boundary. It creates a bit of a pay way which goes through the liquid and then Bank into the solid part of the encore in the center making a new s wave and then as it comes out through the the solid cool through the. Liquid becomes a pay wave and then solid s wife again through the mantle and to the crossed. What's the difference between a p wave in this wave so wave is kind of like a compression wave if you think about the way that sound moves through air molecules kind of jostling and knocking the one next door. So it's kind of like a wave of compression, traveling through the material and s wave is kind of like, one of those Ripley taught wives Mathis pushed up and down like a ripple go through a gas or liquid, but you can make a ripple guys very solid material is the kind of the stuff getting denser, and then list in commune Centric rings, and the other one is actually actually shaking this stuff up and down. That's right. And you get those from an earthquake. Right. And it's the ones that shake up and down that goes calls all the damage. Exactly. Yes. I wouldn't say the Optima of quake. We see, you know, the destruction the soon Amies the full and buildings that kind of thing. But when a bigger quake hit. It's it's kind of like knocking that particular part of earth with a giant hammer and resonates like a bell. So all of these waves, I stream outwards from this center and just by measuring the pay waves and the s waves where they end up and win. They end up. You can tell a helluva lot about what's going on through the center of the this crew from an new discovered that the s waves the went through the very inequality solid on of the planet traveled about two point five percents lower than they thought they should that doesn't sound like much. But what that means is that that is a bit squishy ah a bit softer, then people thought before hand bit squishy squishy. Yes. So they could be something we'd going on down there. I mean, it's really hard to recreate the conditions of the center of the planet in a lab on top of the cross threat is really. So they might be some property of solid on at that pressure. At those temperatures that just means it's it just ends up being of it's softer squishy. But they're also could be little pockets of trapped melted liquid. I on the race. I just think that's probably the less likely. But that is also a possibility that maybe it's not solid all the way through so as a few different explanations. But something is there not just straightforward dent solid iron. And there's an understanding that is still evolving based on more and more measurements. As we get a bigger sample size of earth quake, so over the years, absolutely and more sensitive instruments, some sitting in really quite parts of the world. Like in the bottom of the seabed and Antarctica. Yeah, it's it's pretty cool. Now, the third story you've brought in from this year talk about bell. We're gonna leave the introduction to professor Mark passan's from the Royal Melbourne hospital. Like thing hitting the back of the head by cricket or baseball bat is sort of collapse..
"royal melbourne" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Because now you're gonna either kill half the field or right? Give half the field, huge hand up or whatever. I don't know if that makes sense. But it's it's just it's like every conversation we've had on this podcast Farley. It's just so hard to compare things in the UK two things here. And then you get a course that is kind of with an angles like say trinity forest and the tour. Yeah. Utters the hell out of it moves tees-up, you know, straight with an engells, professor. Gulf doesn't work like super mega wide. They hit it. So damn far that the angle just don't matter them much. Why the old course if the wind doesn't blow like courses eaten up by the professionals and trinity like unless it gets super super firm the angles don't mean that much. They don't mean enough it needs to actually mean something that mound between your your ball in the hole, like seventy yards should mean something. Well, and that's when you get to something like I mean, even like Aaron hills right where it's like, okay. This is kind of like a within angles course, it's much much much wider for US open venue. But like it's going to be like eight thousand yards. So I mean, you just can't have it. You can't have it both ways. So like, even like like Erin hills would be cool. Annual tour stop down for that. I'd like to see that course, without the conditions that they got. I mean, I know it's kind of how the way a lot of these things go, but they weren't gonna water it. I mean, the tour will if you know, if it's dry in the certain area leading up to a PGA tour event on the tour will dictate that you water US will not. Is not wanna live under Paul. Aired hills where we got the fescue also. Yes. That was awesome. Those guys like hacking down the rough. Yes, Wednesday after dude. All right. It's an really interesting. It is in as much as we're hard on. It is a really hard question because I think what Gil did to Boston last year, or, you know, the bunker put in a new bunker in the upcoming out because the players hated is like when they hate it. That's what you need to do. And the players couldn't describe why they why it was unfair. That's just a bad bunker. So the problem with another problem with everything we're talking about. And this is where you know, kind of credit to the PGA tour to I guess is like you have to do all these things that were describing let's say that this place has all of these things it also needs to have a membership. That's willing to give up their golf course or a month. It also has to have places for people to park in places for people to put up tents and places like so it's super easy to and kind of fun to rip on the PGA tour. Schedule and backwards sucks. Why would they go there? But it's like a billion factors that have to go into all this stuff similar line. I'm fascinated to see. If the PGA tour, let's Ernie Els have any discretion as to how Royal Melbourne setup for the President's Cup next year. Yeah, I agree. It was firm when they played in eleven I do remember that super like, yeah. Putting off green Ossoff. It was tremendous. I hope I really hope that happens. Levi done again asks when are you guys gonna get Brooks KEPCO on the podcasts or does? No lineup stand with Alan ship nook tried this route tried it last year tried to long two years ago before he was a major champion and all that struggle to get it done through management often. There's a lot of complications that come with that. Maybe there would be he feels disrespected because he hasn't been on pocket. I was gonna say, maybe there's look let's not let's not be pessimistic here. Maybe all of this works in our favor towards like, hey, maybe now's a good time to come on. And share your story. Like the catch is like you'd have to say something. Yeah. Like, I don't think we're interested in you know, in our kind of like throw a pressroom cliches mic ultra speak. Yeah. Let's make it happen. I love to. I mean, if you got things to sail. There's not a lot of players that like like doesn't win the us. Open twice in a row, and we just didn't think of having. Oh, man. We should have about that..
"royal melbourne" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"When you're applying the sunscreen on your skin, you can also play on the sensor to reduce the amount of few deadly sensor and sensor will slowly I suppose the same would apply if someone sat in the shade, yes, destroyed. Of equality cumulative those. So when they are in the Sundan only the sense I will work and depending on the intensity of the sun, the sense of Billy the work faster or slower, and then it won't go back once you go back into the shade soon that way, the alas will one day we see a huge prospect of the senses because the sensor can allow people to be exposed to the maximum those possible without causing the harm. Are you planning to make these sell them in shops and how much would it cost? We have a very ambitious target to bring to the market by early twenty twenty. The cost would be somewhere on one dollar. Wow, they say you can't price on your house that was VIP Obama bundle, and he's based at the Royal Melbourne institute of technology, and you can read his paper on that sensor in the journal nature communications. Now, ten years ago this month and who could believe it was ten years ago, the large Hadron collider switched on for the first time and it began his quest to revolutionize our understanding evaluation verse. But how successful. Has it been outta Murphy. Under the ground near the Swiss French border lies the large Hadron collider or l. hey, ch c. twenty seven kilometers long ring. One of the largest engineering projects ever undertaken it was built to help us unlock some of the fundamental secrets of the universe. But how does it do that? Tara shares a professor of particle physics at the university of Liverpool. Somebody's described it as working out how a Swiss watch works by bashing to rid expensive ones together in trying to reconstruct what's in that will the bits, the full app takes two beams of protons, which a hydrogen nuclei in its kill eight opposite directions around this ring and at exceleron them until they got loads of energy and until that traveling just a few me to second less than the speed of light. And then those.
"royal melbourne" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Your time. Thanks for having me. Doctor v pool on Seoul is a professor in the department of applied chemistry and environmental science at the Royal Melbourne institute of technology in Austria. Trumping science. In west. And with that, it's time for another quirks and quarks question. This is clips from coming from Regina. I just bought a new car, which is great because no one is parked out front under the trees doesn't show the bird poop. So that got me wondering why when the majority of creatures have Brown poop, do birds have white poop, and here's the answer. Hello, my name is Brandon Boyd, and I'm a PHD student in biology is York University in Toronto, and I know this will come as a big surprise, but I studied birds. The simplest answer is that the white, you see bird poop is actually burns equivalent to our here. If you really into birds like I am feel free to examine this white bird poop, and you should be able to find the Brown bid that is the actual poop or the leftovers after food is digested. Now, there are two main reasons why bird poop looks different than ours. Firstly, instead of having separate exits for their reproductive digestive and urinary tracts birds have a single exit for everything known as a clue. This means that bird pee and poop comes out at the same time mixed together. The. Second reason comes down to the way that birds make their p while both birds and mammals produce nitrogenous waste products. That must be excreted from the body. They have different methods of doing it when proteins are broken down. One of the byproducts produced ammonia which is quite toxic in mammals. This ammonia is converted into a product called urea, which is less toxic than ammonia and very water soluble, which is a great system. If you can afford to carry around a bit of extra water to excrete it with in birds. This ammonia is converted into uric acid, which isn't really water soluble and can be very concentrated appearing the white paste that we're all familiar with this lack of water. Solubility is one of the reasons it is so noticeable on cars. It doesn't easily wash away in the rain. Converting ammonia into uric acid is more energy intensive than converting to urea, but it's worth the cost when the alternative is carrying the extra weight of water and a bladder. When your primary mode of transport is flight, Brendan Boyd is a PHD student in or. Thala g. at your university in Toronto. So if you're not a science question that we can answer Email us at quirks at CBC dot
"royal melbourne" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"At the Royal Melbourne institute of technology in Australia. Hi, welcome to quirks and quarks. Thank you for having me where did the idea come from? Create a wristband to detect UV radiation. It was actually motivated by my personal journey. So I, I g- nose dived these type do almo seven, eight years to go into the same time doing this. I found out I had almost nil vitamin d levels and that may have to do something with my doc skin because I'm really from Indian background. So I was concern, how do I blew my liked him? Indeed Abel's because the positive correlation between vitamin d and diabetes management. So I started taking supplements the didn't help. And part of the reason for that might be because it's known that certain medications, Mike is possibly diabetic medications the into the metabolic move, vitamin d in simple tombs. What that may mean is even though I'm taking vitamin d early, not getting ad soft process in my body. So what's my automative source for indie while is sunlight because it can necessarily directly vitamin Dina skin. It doesn't have to. To the guest designer today, so became really concerned if I start going into the sun often will I have love skin cancer. So this was an ongoing struggle in my mind, how do we detect and of sunlight, how we have white, excessive, expose while managing do just the update amount of sunlight. That is why to committee. So you're not getting vitamin d from your supplements. So you said, I'm going to get it from the sun, but then how much sun you don't want to much because you can get some bird. Now, in your case, you're trying to manage diabetes, but why should other people also be interested in monitoring their UV exposure? So that is you don't want people to have excessive Expos at wide Mindy. People may have different skin colors. So depending on the skin, good at needs. Some like let any different, a lighter skin color needs a small amount of sunlight because they're all very, very low. And that small amount is sufficient to police NFL at Indy on the. Handed Dhaka's skin may need as highest five times the amount of UB do produce NFL to Mindy. So people need to manage that. In addition to that lot of disease conditions where people get photosensitive skin, for example, lupus. So even these standard come into those of two hundred disqualify fair skin that much UV buddy would not apply for people with new bus. So there's always interest in person morning, turning of UV Expos levels from that point of view. So to figure out how much we all need or how much we're getting, at least how does your respond work? So he came up with an idea of making an invisible ING. And the reason we call it invisible because you can't see the English east colossus like water. And then when you expose this Inc to sunlight and the UV present in the sunlight, then start turning this ink into a blue. The more that you be the more the blue so you can manage and you can easily see. See how much being exposed to. So it's just a chemical reaction. Your your Inc just reacts with the UV light turns colored ES. Exactly. How then do you determine how much color is going to be dangerous for you depending on your skin color. So we have optimized the composition of the ink in such a way that at a buddy those of you relied, it will turn a blue color so we can use this ink now and and make a design on piece of paper using found in Ben or injured Brinda with for different things. So the first part of the ink will change color, identify percent does, and then fifty percent seventy five percent..
"royal melbourne" Discussed on No Laying Up
"You turn to it such times. Now turn around and look behind. You be stunned by the view. It's just like these little, you know, excess stencil kind of hole. Previews, but really like they ask you some pretty big questions about life. And it's like, yeah, man, like. Like who cares about yardage. What makes me happy in life. I was completely in on the whole vibe of the Royal Doornik yardage book book of yardage, you know what makes me happy in life world door, Nick. Yeah, it is. I said this when we were playing, I think it's about as close to perfect golf course as you can get, I think old course has a special kind of its class of its own of being just this incredible unique experience. Fantastic. But just in the class below it, I think I put role Doornik in class. Well, above any of the other courses that we played on the trip. Yeah. Yeah, I agree. I mean, I think it was you guys said this kind of about a, I think Zack said this one. When we were in Australia that blur Zach Blair thank you all of the all of the courses in Australia, kind of they all did something really good like Kingston Heath had great routing and. So and so had great bunkers and blah, blah, blah, blah Royal Melbourne was the course. They kind of all all the all the parts met and it just did all of those things exceptionally well. I think that was the Scottish version of this everything that we saw had great aspects to it. And I mentioned a lot of them, but Royal Royal donate donate just did. just did literally everything probably better than anyone else. I mean, it was just God. It was so pec- ably good. Like, I don't know what you would improve. So our friend, west Hardin, Dr. Wes was Greenville kind of the godfather of wolf hammer. He is the club champion at real Doornik. This year holds club championships on both sides of the Atlantic rare devil and cool. He said before the round, he said, hey, if you guys, you know, if you guys can hit the green on all four of the par-threes that's pretty remarkable and actually Randy, had it going, the pressure just got him. Yeah, I hit the first two, and then I had a bit of a catastrophe we will get to that. Yeah, there's video of that. But the the course itself, I think we got, we got kind of a variety of different conditions throughout the day or throughout the afternoon to where at the end, we had probably twenty five thirty mile an hour winds straight into us at the end. Sunshine, like we had wind at the beginning when at the end we had sunshine in the middle of the rain, a little bit of rain, and it was great. It was everything you kind of expect when you play Scottish golf, but just the variety of holes out there. And there was it was probably the most complete golf course played even above Romer and west conditioning to that that turf hitting turf, I think was maybe the best. I remember feeling wise, compressing a ball, any kind of turf. And it is a lot of right to left holes, which kind of fits my. I enjoy that. But I probably like the actual only criticism I can have of the golf course. Doesn't have a long par. Three does not have a long number. Two certainly could. Do it. Yeah. And they're actually renovate. They're blowing up the sevenfold. They're moving the green. They picked, they laser degreen and picking up and moving it closer to the cliff edge and designing a whole new seventh hole that is going to sit perched up above this awesome stretch of holes that sits by the seaside which in redesigning the eighth hole, which is crazy hole where you hit off from top shelf in hit down into this other fairway, it's gonna make put driver back in play on that..
"royal melbourne" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"What were the drivers in roads like in your simulating the drivers, young people here the reds would just straight boring Streit roads and the only task was to stay on the road without swimming off. Now that's not typical of a city drive will we have lots of Benz and lots of features to look at this was chosen partly to enhance likelihood to the person would become drowsy asleep, but also because in Australia, and I'm sure that's the case in Canada too fast number of outside of cities straightened. Boring and we often see accidents where people on the very good lighting conditions. Good weather conditions have simply driven off the road and crashed into a tree and killed themselves, and that's been attributed to drowziness. So along straight drive through the Canadian prairies might be kind of worst case scenario. Yes, yes. Now is any of this similar to when a parent puts their baby in a carseat and sets them on the drier in order to exceleron they're sleeping, we believe so. So I think a lot of parents familiar with, I'm certainly familiar with if you can't get to child to sleep. If the particularly young children best thing is to put them in the in the custody, babysitting the car and drive them around the bluff until the and it's remarkably effective, hey, thinking now that this research could help make us all safer. We'll really have technology that can isolate particularly brations by passively which is just to introduction of a materials in the Cossack that will absorb. Particularly rations and also by active cancellation. Just like active noise cancelling headphones. We can introduce ways of actively cancelling that the vibrations in a particular range. The technology's there, it's not that expensive, but it would be very difficult to do in Sistan cast. That's really interesting. How about adding in beneficial vibrations through feet technology? Could that be an option? Yes, it could. I mean, that's a really interesting aspect of very reason why we haven't published this yet and early pilot Eiter is showing that some vibrations. My mom have the exact opposite effect and enhanced several us. And if and if that's the case, then it would be ideal if we could introduce more of those vibrations. When we what we calling the good vibrations to enhance alertness MS be exciting, knowing that your research could have enormous impact for so many people ought is very exciting. But as I said, we're early days yet. Do you have any tips before those seats become available for us that do get the good vibrations? Probably two one is that because we know that the vibrations that coz you become drowsy, ju to exposure continually fifteen minutes of more to one particular vibe, ration- patent. If you drive at different speeds, you going to change that vibration pet new exposed to. So rather than sitting on cruise control may be an advantage to to changing spaded every so often just to mix it up a little bit. The other thing is, and this is any come out really from feedback backup. Since I've been doing some interviews on on this research, he's. Anecdotally, number of people told me that they've had caused made them drowsy and when they didn't realize at the time. But when they changed, they didn't get drowsy over the same route really. And that's, that's surprising. I didn't expect that. So could be that some. 'cause just through the design may be more prone to exposing the drive to then that bad range of rations. So if if your listeners have car where they do tend to notice, they get drowsy, it might be with them swapping Kaz and see whether that makes a difference. Well, thank you so much professor Robinson for coming on the show. My pleasure. Thank you very much. Having me professor, Stephen Robinson is the head of psychology at the Royal Melbourne institute of technology in Australia..
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"This is the new england journal of medicine i'm dr michael bearer this week april twentysixth two thousand eighteen we feature articles onto neck to place versus aalto place for thrombosis in stroke is it three mice in for childhood mortality in africa safely preventing mother to child transmission of hiv tweaking prenatal development and on fuelling metastatic prostate cancer a review article on recognition of chemical weapons attacks a case report of a man with cardiomyopathy and ventricular tackett cardia and perspective articles on strategies for reducing opioid overdose deaths on a silent contributor to opioid overdose deaths and on the long ride home this week we feature a clinical decisions on pf oh closure for crypto genyk stroke this interactive feature about prevention of recurrence stroke offers a case vignette accompanied by essays that support recommending either surgery to close a payton form novelli or medical therapy and lifestyle changes alone ten to place versus aalto place before thrown back to me for a schemic stroke by bruce campbell from the royal melbourne hospital victoria australia intravenous infusion of alta place is used for thrombosis before endovascular thrown back to me for schemic stroke to necked a place which is more fiber in specific and has longer activity than outta place is given as a bolles and may increase the incidence of vascular reaper fusion in this study two hundred two patients with the schemic stroke who had aclu's of the internal carotid basil or or middle cerebral artery and who were eligible to undergo thrum back to me were randomly assign.
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"Vanita cracks retouched some ab in relapsed or refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia by john seymour from royal melbourne hospital victoria australia vanita cracks inhibits bcl to an anti pop totic protein that is pathologically over expressed and that is central to the survival of chronic lymphocytic leukemia cells in this phase three trial three hundred eighty nine patients with relapsed or refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia were randomly assigned to receive veneto clocks for up to two years plus retouched mab for the first six months or bend a musty and plus retired some app for six months the two year rates of progression free survival were significantly higher in the veneto class retouched mab group that in the bend mustang retouched map group eighty four point nine percent in thirty six point three percent respectively the benefit was maintained across all clinical and biologic subgroups including the subgroup of patients with chromosome seventeen p deletion the benefit of anita class plus retouched mab over bend a mustang plus redux mab was confirmed by an independent review committee the rate of grade three or four neutrogena was higher in the veneto lacks group than in the ben to mustang group but the rates of grade three or four febrile neutrogena and infections or infestations were lower with vanita clocks than with ben domestic in the rate of grade three or four tumor license syndrome in the veneto class group was three point one percent among patients with relapsed or refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia veneto clocks plus redux mab resulted in significantly higher rates of progression free survival than bend a mustang plus retired some ab.
"royal melbourne" Discussed on No Laying Up
"No the way courses were designed like when you guys played the hickory clubs at royal melbourne like bunkers came into play with that with that old old equipment that didn't come into play with the modern equipment and how it just felt feels like cheating hitting over all this stuff so i just i think there's going to be a lot of discussion this year on technology it's not going to go away and i really i i loved the momentum that's kind of going on this conversation right now but i think it's important to kind of keep it keep it guided and keep it focused on like it's not about low scores is not about that aren't going to say is i don't know if that's what people are fired up about something i get i hear that a lot though it's like we'll bull or if they're going to hit it three on your analysis make the fairways narrower and grow the rough ride like no that's the w it's the wrong logic like logic should be like the should the ball just in all the ball a combination all the equipment should a go that far that's that's the focus point i think yeah i don't know it's hard when i don't know from totally following the entire question i think there's a stand like the vault the the court he's about these great courses have have accommodated longer hit or get i stains chalking it up to the ball being yeah i i think i very very very much could be wrong on this and apologies if i am being naive but i think kinda what you're saying is that the the ball doesn't increase it increases exponentially right so it's not necessarily that you know it it is it's going 10 percent further is not going ten yards further and so just adding more length isn't like the more length you add the more advantage you give to the bombers and basically in it's just like this selfdefeating cycle yep you know it's like when they tried to it you know andy johnson talked about this all the time like when they when they try to tigerproofed courses you know and make them longer and more dependent on hitting it long and straight like guess what the the longest rate is drivers probably gonna win more him that it the whole thing just seems so wall.