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University creates student avatars for virtual graduation ceremony
"Everything is virtual these days. So it's probably not surprising to hear that the Indian Institute of Technology Campus in Mumbai held its graduation ceremony on Sunday online but this was not a run of the mill zoom call be HD. Pins ease open the idea. Bombay congregation twenty APP on by. I'm playing the mission. The university created a three D Avatar for each student in an APP they could watch that Avatar walk across a virtual stage to accept their diploma. Here's Deepak Verma who just finished his PhD in science and engineering the Actually Ossetia's stool royd autographs, front facing photograph side visiting program, and also art haydn snowboarding Verma lives some nine hundred miles from the Mumbai campus, which effectively closed in March because of covid. But he says the virtual convocation made him feel like he was back on campus. Feeling that if the, Viet, actually that digital some Lavar, some institution where people actually cared for us doing this pandemic also in there right through their best to actually invited us to campus and firm adds his Avatar really did look like him well, except for one thing. So, in my quarter gravitate sent a, it was a Mike Meyers autumn is my hair is like. A messy. The school also set up a virtual environment like a video game where students could visit their old dorms and interact with fellow students. Verma says the whole thing was much better than he expected they would have given the normal certificates and said goodbye. Event host burden right do do something be actually remember for a long period of time and I think they have managed deal who knows maybe in the future will be doing everything with virtual avatars.
Organic, Gluten-Free, Vegan: Which One's Healthiest?
"Hello and welcome to the nutrition diva podcast I'm your host? Monica. Ryan Eagle. I've got a series of questions from listeners lately, and although the specific topics were quite different, they all have a common root, and that is confusion about what various food designations and certifications mean for example, royds question was about contaminants in protein powders. He wrote I was recently researching which protein powder to buy and to my shock, one of the brands I was looking at was rated worst in terms of contaminants, specifically lead and cadmium. This plant based protein was certified USDA. Organic clearly, this label means nothing since they do not test for heavy metal contaminants. Why do we place so much importance on the USDA organic label if it does not protect us from contaminants? Dennis on the other hand was surprised to find that certified Vegan. Products are often full of miscellaneous chemicals and artificial ingredients. He wrote I've come to the conclusion that if I want to eat nutritious meals, avoiding processed foods whether Vegan or not may be more important than seeking out certified vegan products. And Elaine's question had to do with weight loss. She wrote I've already cut gluten and dairy out of my diet. I'm not sure what else. I can do to lose weight. Now in each case I think there's some confusion about what various labels such as organic Vegan or gluten free do and don't mean for your health nutrition. Certified Organic for example does not mean free of chemicals. It also doesn't mean more nutritious or healthier. It means that no synthetic chemical pesticides or fertilizers were added to the crops or the soils. nother reason that organic products can contain heavy metals, including cadmium, lead and arsenic is that these minerals are naturally occurring in the environment, even though they're not added through fertilizers or pesticides, they exist in the soil and the reason that Vegan protein powders are often higher in heavy metals, then way or egg-based protein powders is that plants tend to absorb these medals from the soil. They're grown in. Similarly, the designation Vegan does not mean healthier or more, nutritious or even more natural. It only means that no animal products are used as defense out a lot of the certified Vegan foods that you'll find on the shelves. These days are highly processed junk food. And furthermore eliminating gluten or dairy from your diet does not automatically lead to weight loss. Now Gluten containing foods like breads, cookies, crackers, pastas, and other flour based foods can contribute a lot of calories to your diet without a whole lot of nutrition and cutting down on flour based foods is actually not a bad strategy for losing weight, but not if you simply replace them all with gluten, free versions of the same things, because it's not the gluten per se, that's the problem gluten. Free products are often lower in fiber and higher in sugar and calories than they're gluten. Containing counterparts. In fact, people who adopt a gluten free diet for medical reasons often end up gaining weight. Because, we played a certain value on something being organic Vegan, local, sustainable or gluten free. These designations often enjoy a bit of a health halo. If we perceive them as being better for us in one aspect, we tend to think of them as being better in every dimension, but this is not at all the case certifications such as organic Vegan or gluten. Free mean only what they say, Vegan does not mean organic organic does not mean healthy local does not mean small. And because they encompass such a diversity of priorities, it's impossible to objectively rank them from best to worse or to use any one of these designations as a proxy for overall merit. On the other hand, doing exhaustive research and suppliers or pouring over the ingredient list for every food you buy is probably not realistic, so you may be able to use one or more of these designations as a shortcut to identify or weed out products that do or don't fit your criteria.
The Ins and Outs of Steroids
"Now before we begin. I do want to say this episode is not meant to be a comment on anyone that does steroids is more for educational don't purposes so that people can understand the what could be considered the physiological positive effects of steroids but obviously explore the negative effects of steroids always as well and what they really are. Firstly the words steroid has many different meanings as steroids can be chemicals that often hormones that your body makes endogenously within the body naturally on the help carryout cell activity and you need a healthy balance to grow grow. The other hand steroids can be made can be synthetic on of which there are the two main types that are co scare steroids on Anabolic Andrew. Genetic steroids animal officials so corticosteroids are medicines that quickly fight inflammation flirtation. They work like the Hormone Cortisol and Cortisol keeps your immune system from making substances that cause inflammation so these types of steroids. They slow or stop the immune system process that triggers this inflammation but admits that presented. I won't say because mainly on Bolic's so as mentioned anabolic steroids are aw synthetic manmade properties and aversions of testosterone which is the male predominately male sex hormone. That's how it was build big muscles. The women duels out testosterone but men have more women have more issues and in the name and unapologetic. This refers to muscle building on drudge refers to increase male sex caracteristics. And that's why. The name is anabolic for muscle-building For the male sex characteristics so it's worth saying that healthcare providers can prescribe steroids to treat hormonal issues. If you have some from delay puberty for example it can also treat diseases. That cool was muscle all such such as concern AIDS. But obviously in this episode wouldn't be focusing on ready how athletes and bodybuilders can misuse these drugs in attempt to boost a physical appearance and Affleck performance but before we look into the dangers associated with Miss USA steroids. Let's look into what could be considered the positive effects. They have on the body so taking it back to what happens when we work out. We know that when we lift weights we put a muscle strain and we are progressively area loading them to create tiny micro ties in our muscle fibers wipers and the body's natural repair process. That happens when we start to repair the TAT. And add further cells to build a stronger fiber and this is known as muscle hypertrophy. And every time it's is this repeats. The process of tie-down rebuild results in muscle brave and natural testosterone is one of the main ingredients for this process but the anabolic steroids can serve as a supplement so once ingested or injected and all about steroid traveled through the bloodstream to the muscle. Tissue is drawn to the muscle cells receiving dot colder under Gen receptor on these receptors shaved very specifically to bind with the body's natural testosterone. Whole matter but once this synthetic steroids in place the receptor Sir is activated? So the steroid takes the form of Test Australian and fits within these receptors and then the steroids can start interacting with the self DNA to stimulate the protein synthesis. His process that promote cell growth and once these receptors are activated some cells by the synthetic steroid some sales increased production of proteins which oversee a body used to build Komo cells. And this is the phase the metabolic cycle known as a nominalism where small molecules build into more complex. Ones and energy is stored on your body build up muscle. Intense exercise can also release cortisol and this breaks down a breakdown muscle tissue producing so muscles and some steroids can actually block cortisol. From finding to the muscle cells receptors diminishing the breakdown process so anabolic steroids shot in the Catholic phase of the metabolic cycle. So means your muscles spend less time on recovering between workouts and you can do more exercise with less rest. One study showed. The men who used steroids for ten weeks gained two to five kilograms of lean body muscle muscle and therefore I five to twenty percent increase in strength. This muscle. Mass will the game muscle mass predominantly in chest shoulders and upper arms because they're more amgen origin receptors in these cells in there on your legs for example but it is not all sunshine and rainbows. Steroids have dockside. I'm very native effects. As well. People who misused steroids they usually taken orally or injected them and or platinum is a cream even doses may be anywhere from ten to a hundred times higher Ahah than those prescribed to treat medical conditions so the negative effects quite plentiful they can have a long-term damaging effect in the body including kidney problems or failures liver damage including lychees insists. There's the risk of blood clots heart attacks and strokes. The increased strength delivered by Anabolic. Steroids can summary Recession just leads. What's known as Royd rage which leads to altered moods? Irritability increased aggression on the thought to do this by talking nerve cells on and so it leads to poor impulse control so Lloyd rages overacting to an event that normally wouldn't set them off steroid. Usage can also lead to Gynaecomastia Theo. Which is the development of Enlarge Mayo breasts and Dr? Joseph t cruise is one of the talk Los Angeles Gynaecomastia surgeons and he actually conducted as their in house study. It showed that approximately fifty percent of patients who come to see him with the problem of enlargement. Oh breasts have whole moaning juice With majority of them being bodybuilders bodybuilders who've taken steroids at some stage in life and this is because steroids can be converted into eastern by the body in this increase in east region which is the FEMA sex hormone is what causes. Men's develop unwanted breast tissue against our own also lead to shrunken testy. Compact male fertility increased acne acne and so much more so there are alludes of debilitating effects of steroids can affect you long term and have serious serious health risks. So that's all we have the time for for this episode. I hope this helped educate you. On what stories are how they mimic endogenous body homes on the potential short-term game but really really scary longtime effects of steroids so I want to stress that this happened again is not tolerated. Anyone that is taking steroids and considering taking steroids but it should be seen from the educational standpoint. That of course is a surface level. Discussion to provide feather Info fits within the timeframe we try and cells in the short
Peak Misery And The Happiness Curve
"Okay. Why don't we start with your name? And what you you David. blanchflower professor of economics at Dartmouth College and there was a period there. Were you served on the Bank of England. Yes in two thousand six. Six Golden Brown called me up and said Don. I wanted you to go to the Bank of England I said Oh okay And I want you to come to the really seriously. Ah So so. Monetary policy clearly is one of your specialties. How did you get into the sort of world of happiness and and in midlife crises? So what does the Central Bank you care about Central Bank as Aboud interest rates inflation unemployment growth. But they're into people don't care about that they care about how it impacts their wellbeing so I started to think about ultimately What impacts impacts their wellbeing so I actually have a paper? Brian Look at Tommy. Inflation and unemployment impact people's happiness so in a sense those things are intermediate goods. What we really do care about a people's happiness so I go to it and then I started to realize the patterns in the data while guests here high unemployment high I am happiness is absolutely right and so what I found was one of the big results from this is a one percentage point increase in unemployment has a big effect on people's happiness? So that's some of the stuff that I've been doing like really basic question is I mean obviously I know how we measure unemployment but how how did you go about measuring wellbeing. Like how do you measure happiness. Feels like that would have been a challenge at the start of this research absolutely So it turns out that there are many many many many many surveys around the world that actually ask people directly. How happy are you so sometimes they say in literally how happy I you on a scale of one to ten? How satisfied with your life? I you so these schools. Well the first thing. Is that the patterns in these data. When you ask this you pretty much get the same results? Every time most people are pretty happy very few people very unhappy and the same fluid ounces occur on it but I think what what you you would say. Why does this matter when it turns out? This is currently with things so happy people heal faster they live longer healthier so you you are are in the world of central banking. You get interested in happiness and well-being And then in two thousand seven you you release this. The sort of paper a had a huge impact on a lot of people. So can you kind of sort of set the scene. Two thousand seven. What was that paper? I started to work with number colleagues leagues on trying to think about these patterns. In happiness data and three things stood out the first one we just talked about that unemployment impacts it impacts happiness being married impacts it but one of the things we saw very easily so in the data was that happiness is high. When you're a young is high when you're old but this trough in the middle so this this you shake so this is what drove it? I'm particularly interested in deepening case. Talk about deaths of despair and particularly we seem a crisis in America suicides especially in drug poisoning deaths amongst the prime age in particular not prime age less educated folk. And there's that issue around the world so that's so that was really kind of the starting point I've done this study of one hundred thirty the two countries and what I find when average all together in advanced countries The the the the deer. If you like the low point of this happiness it is forty seven and when you do it for developing countries that got nine hundred five developing countries that do before very similar about forty eight point six so around forty eight That seems to be right. And what's interesting over the last couple of weeks. I've been talking a lot about lots of people. Call me and tweet it to me and and so on and said wow that really fits my life. So you've you've talked about this a little bit but I'd love to get like really specific. So what is it that that is causing. I do think I mean like what is it about I guess it was at forty seven point to you What is it what is going on that? That's making people unhappy at that age. Well I think if you look back. I'm a professor so I've lots of young people I teach these young folks And then they left home when they come through the university and they suddenly realize there's more than one way to cook an egg but all of that is pretty dumb tough especially these days where student loans and having to try and buy a house. What are you going to do with all of that stuff? This is really hard but I mean in the sense. What's interesting about it is this phenomena phenomenon appears to be true everywhere? It's not unique to Germany Japan the US and Canada African countries. You see it in Latin America seating Thailand highland so I think it's something that's the people the people are experiencing and then eventually I think eventually I think what happens is people get real. I mean some of the work have written said when you get to meet fifty you your aspiration start to become real when I was talking to you. You're in the Florida mangroves and yes and you write fishing right and that day you caught a fish right the was it again. It was a it was a twenty eight inch twenty pound redfish toward and and you so you sent me this picture. It's a picture of just for listeners. Out There WanNA picture You're just beaming. You still have your security. I have to say this professor blanchflower so We publish this article Ray and it goes on the web and twitter being witter. I had somebody are- tweet at me. And they said this. How are we supposed to trust any of this switch? Flower guys work when he blatantly lies about fishing that Royd ride nowhere near twenty pounds eight to ten pounds so any respond here. I mean I mean the question. It doesn't really rely the size of the faith. which is what I said relies on the fact that I looked awfully happy? You happy. You're on the you're on the upward swing of your happiness curve. We're on yes I've come to see my action sir. My son having a wedding party. Today's Louisiana but your children bring you joy. The grandkids life life improves.
Joel Smith Q&A on Sprint Training Methods and Running Biomechanics, Physical Preparation and Motor Learning Topics | Sponsored by SimpliFaster
"So the first question comes from Chris. McCormack Chris says says How have your thoughts changed on training team sports over the past one to two years? And what things you may have added to your teams. So I'll answer this from from what I've done from. Just a general perspective and really that is making a higher percentage of the total work bodyweight and making king a higher percentage of the training a little more intuition based Or unscripted at least the early part like the warm up more unscripted versus the latter portion of the workload so The My my buddy Paul cater from Selene owns the Alpha project. And Salinas. I talked with him frequently about the idea of really just a really straightforward just trying to not make athletes robots trying to give them freedom and creativity and problems to solve and being in flow in a session question. Now I think an unscripted portion of the work can definitely do that on for me. A lot of that unscripted work is in the body weight medium so crawls and and monkey bars ars and Things like you even A lot of a lot of things as well that I've learned from Dr Tommy. John Likes like various hip circles than single guard. Yells and things on one leg and lightweight body weight options done for high repetitions to really cover a basic human movement and motor patterns. Now I like to get into a lot of medicine ball work. I like to integrate a lot of games and things That I've learned for like Raith Kelly and ways to basically make sure an athlete is emotionally ready once we get to harder pro- portions of the work or not even harder but I guess more scripted more traditional more block esque versions of things One one thing I've done as well as that I've increased the relative proportion of body weight but also extreme isometric work done at the tail end of the workout. I would say. I've traded a decent chunk of traditional barbell lifting for extreme isometric work and I've seen a great pay off in terms of injury rates and decrease decrease Decreases there. I also feel like it's just. It's a good thing to to do that type of thing as well. Because I think it's good to hone your eye for movement in the body weight medium because that's what athletes compete in. So I'm always trying to do just a little bit more work there and just because it's body weight Doesn't mean that it's easy. It doesn't mean that there's not in intensity to it. That's not the case at all. If anything a lot of the body weight work should be done with the same equal intensity to I N. It's different typewriter high-priced tunneling as much but to a heavy set of lifting like bench. Press or squat. There should be everything you're doing is important in so cultivating flow through the whole workout. Whether it's whether it's a crawl whether it's a lunch whether it's a monkey bar extreme isometric or remain set of work it's all it all matters. It's all the same and it all should be done with a high expectation of movement quality and so at for me personally. Actually I I get a lot of enjoyment out of creating unscripted body. Wait based work and I often also and this is something. I'm doing more recently as I really look at how. The music cultivates that and caters to that so using using stuff that's a little bit more in the Edm or deep house. Even genres can keep that rate of work and put athletes flow better for that type of stuff and I think it's all really important especially especially to on the last thing I'll say is I definitely done more unilateral work than bilateral work. Just because it's and along on the coattails of that Cam Joss Chad Denison Denison episode. I just think that there's so much gold in just the functionality. How do we move? And when Your Trade Team Sports I we definitely have to ask ourselves. Would we rather have an extra inch. Vertical job maybe an extra cutting extra three or four hundred forty dash or would we rather have an athlete. WHO's a a little more robust and resilient I mean it's an argument that with the single versus double-leg we can also make the argument that it doesn't even matter But that's not really the point of this. I'll just say that I've Added in a little bit more single leg work throughout the year that also makes it. A higher percentage so moral of the story is bilateral. Sadula plan exercises. I still have them in there but they play a little bit less than they used to. Okay second question is from Brandon Green. He says what is your opinion or viewpoint on information that we have acquired from the Soviets or any of the former eastern bloc nations. So I think this is a good question. Just in the sense of a lot of people will say well the Soviets were using using steroids in the eastern bloc. Were it was just steroids. That was there do are creating their success so we didn't really hold their training to a higher guard. And yes obviously. These athletes were definitely masterful users of steroids. But I do think I'll just say this is I. I have like a lot of the texts. And your Dr Gorka Shanansky huge influence on me book like books like Super Training and things like that. I just have a couple things to say in one is if you look at the quality of the research that was coming out back then then in the seventies from Russia like the studies in Super Training are just awesome studies. They're they're they're very applied studies. That I don't. I think that we really do as much today because I made like the funding isn't there. We have untrained recreationally train college students not high performance athletes. Fleets doing this. And it's not it was more of a government thing back then it was a whole nation. Really trying to spearhead these efforts and so the quality of the work done it was just fantastic and then also say to to you if you look at like the technical models if you go to track and field and you look at the technical models and triple jump is one. I like in particular you look at these. I think is a Ukrainian female who has the world record but if you look at like her style it was a dairy bar has shown to me. It's a high flat high wave form. It's not the flat flat flat. And these these athletes. They're in my opinion a lot of their technical models even were superior or to what we have now or what. We think is optimal technique now and if you watch those athletes it's not just they're not just more powerful because of the steroids royds. They also had a superior technique in a system. That was behind them. So I think there's a lot more than just that so I am definitely a huge I I the Russian and Soviet stuff means a lot to me. I don't bypass it. Because of the whole steroid thing. And I know that I think we'd be naive to say that the Russians and the eastern bloc the only people using steroids in that era. So yeah I think it's certainly valuable information and I think it's good things to look at okay next one This is Citric doc over and he says what are your thoughts on the role of ankle strengthened maximizing the single leg vertical job so this is a great question Ankle Strength Frank Foot strength very important and so the man I want to say I think this goes back to angus young. Quite a few podcasts ago where he was talking about Athlete that was like blowing everybody out of the water in acceleration and counter movement jump and we came to top end speed. I think they they weren't quite as good. And one of the things that was a factor was their foot or ankle. Strength was not that great and so I do think that the foot and ankle and you could call it like a fashion. The fashion line the system it becomes more important. The faster contact times get So generally speaking it is really important. It's definitely not everything I think. A lot of times. It comes with the territory. If your feet are sensing in working properly so if my feet can sense the ground well I have good bio mechanics a lot of times. That's just gonNA come along naturally but if not a things there's a lot of things that can help we've had Chongzhou on the show talking about hyper chops even stuff office. Simple as single Eglin hops can be awesome for helping to improve that and things that I like doing. It had been leaning more toward these days in the world of motor learning as combining these things. So if you're doing some single leg vertical jumps doing some single egg line hops and making it a complex or complex thing single egg jump work with sensory work and with high rep elastic working. We're making this a combo to almost like a sandwich to to really give a full. You're feeding sensory work in your feeding activation and and Activation High Rep work him. And you're feeding the actual skill and so we're putting this on one thing. I think the output is is pretty
Kerrin McEvoy: Growing Up Jockey
"Said Van Tigers for you growing up in a racing family NGOs yeah it was grew up streaky value their little Bush town on the west coast of South Australia and gripe place to grow up it was pop leave dubbed the up the road hundred the road up the hill when he had some stables at the back of block horses there and anyways trying to be seeks right or ten depending on the locals wanted Ironhorse with him but it was great it was you know plenty of ponies for me Rawdon and dad was a jockey while I was a young child and then going to be heavy but submarine down to the Rice's a young Keaton running around collecting the bidding sleeps in tags six and always guys the jockeys and saying what color boots I had on what settles out and it was a passion was building from from an early age remember things little things when you're younger Dinesh Illinois big he's larger than life that all that China who was it for you that made you get nervous when you met him for the first time ties yeah Tolan I you know with with with David David as as he son obviously he was always falling behind and paid a highs and Michael Tiny was apprenticed to them by other Uncle Darren was apprenticed to them and then Tony ended up obviously being one of their former cy as a young kid it was always Colon high-seas is that and I always listening watching and whenever we went to town we Wanna pulp sources he had a few that rising ten I used to always love following around and watching the the highest amen highs horses and and the I was lucky enough to be apprenticed to them further down the road so you could always roy horses was it natural gas I wrote I'm GonNa lead well it I ju- Fourteen fifteen to become a junkie yeah I was that was always my choice enjoyed school and I could've stayed on and and enjoyed new twelve eleven and twelve ten Qaida didn't want it Algebra used to lose me over his maths was ah I was often the fairies we've maths but I used to enjoy school small little skull streaky by and It was I must admit there was more tom playing sports than probably and what but I was always going to be a jockey and and that was where did they could always rod you is natural out Mimea I draw you jump ahead of the gates actually my pony a job the guy here we used to have some old rusty berries stoves their streaky by Rice course which is better the town and that's track Ho Ho won one race meeting in the clubs do have their one meeting a year but jump a little out of the gates with some two year old it's in That was a good buzz and you know you you you never forget those alien is in plenty of jump shots and Charles Day on on the the Lindsay it young stirs but usually go over Lindsay Park as he must go hold of ice used to catch the bus over and and stated working long hours a higher on the apprentice waste all used to pick up more pack my pay packet it was double this the boys the boys used to be filthy but picking up pooing strapping a few of them on and enrolled in a few years and they don't forget one tree private jumped on the bus and Papa pick me up anyway yeah sorry it was coming home publishing to pick me up at Port Augusta because he is it at Port Augusta and anyway the bus from Adelaide to Port Augusta the the State Law and I go there about two thirty in the morning jumped off the Boston part was nowhere to be saying eating meat always on the yeah I was listening to it would have been twelve Oregon and and you're lucky on you where you're staying the jumped in a taxi had ten dollars me well anyway got dropped off with the great northern I till which is in Gusta knew what room staying in because of our decide they must have been a month before or whatever anyway be offense jumped over the fence winner in the back comb the forest knocked on the window public the window Colombian jumping into bed he just said sorry I forgot you yeah standing might say that's good that's good deal all remember more thirst arm into the rice now they Mike Apprentice Jockeys rawd in a silks they rice day settle and callous and pine leather boots for the first tom but backing Modi altogether Yarra Glen for the first time and with the the tight end of the boots or sleep dose lead nearly fell off when I came out of the gates you I either Rice's was it a good experience it was but like you said it's very different to everything else it used to with with normal trek quick stuff I don't recall ever having the soup zone for a trial either but I rob is at Balaclava and pita highs at the time was was trying to Lindsay Park and I think he had about seventy in these maiden rice was made over thirty or forty eight hundred meters and y'all got The Roy on lovely little military military plume coat and reading a Bit hymies lovely coordinator perfect for Diana with free fi first royds get up well not didn't win didn't win but it was meant to nine and I well it was just a just a point yeah he he he fold them ran and got Moeen slowly and surely with with with many roads to come but it was a great Feast Day balaclava lovely be tracking and then after that back to streaky by in my first right after my ticket was heise's Yup and they went back and did six right once in the Bush Paul Lincoln and Gusta and great myself in Teddy Monahan won the we we drew the leading jockey for the Port Augusta or Leading Jockey Carl it must have been Well was that ninety six ninety seven season is a good experience by some rough ready oh well maybe I lean get your I m getting paid on the solid and the soy gained a joke kind of a must have been in Adelaide somewhere few hundred we'll see a couple of hundred Colonie who started in the back so you can you take ran the Bush then you come into the city at the Stri but Victoria was always beckoning you to get a to get a gig incoming raw quick as you could win it happen yeah will always back with the Heizo actually did a Bill Cameron savion over there it was where where I might stevie and he was a great influence on me from then on but ended up venturing up to back Lindsay Park when Paul and John Kerry Jose climbs for wearing back to Lindsey. Tony was this attorney said look you Muslim Sean Hill one so we headed over there minority and got there and to be truthful it was it was a bit of a real steep learning curve I wasn't ready I was still green and a break maurice descent you know it's a different back then it was it was totally different you know riding Adelaide and I don't need on short period of that here in town Movilla Cheltenham annoys attracts Victoria Park to go to cool I was actually behind the gates the other day and I I was thinking I remember my first of all right aww living under may just slow down the sawed their coffee can get pretty hectic and always always a grain little drain young kid at at a more animal Davison so it was the real steep learning curve and I was lucky to to stick it out through those tough lighter one and a half to two zero period more apprenticeship climbs time was was when I started to do well or who scared the Virginia's Eddie in the jockeys very Milwaukee Jesus Black Gray goal was always leading and ready it's but he was he was he was welcoming at the same time there was obviously a great orders getting around you know Greg Jaws was there Stephen King Br privileged obviously the Oh tactically good oh great horseman and you know back watching and learning of course to the best or could you know when did the penny dropped for it to be given an opportunity to Rodney got which we'll touch on it I mean Abbott Win on Brew You've won three of them but when did the penny dropped for you to Sira off belongs Saturday class said I rising starting to get full books and Rodney in Steichen group enlisted Rice's did you remember the Diet dropped in your lock brought nail below the the winter of ninety nine winter it doesn't sorry the winter ninety nine and then all the way through to the winner of two thousand and really started to make inroads and get some good support and Mike USA Climb and I remember writing a few a few trebles in town and it was winter months and the the big boys were away but as a young kid boring to get better you really grab a hold of that momentum and and use it to drive you forward and so it was it was a rough first year in Melbourne but then the second and third years is when it really started to to propel Gordon was lucky to start teaming up with some good China's even sort of the highest camp and Mark Martin even and Russell Cameron to those and John but money was instrumental in getting me young Ford that adequate right
Firefighters make progress against deadly Los Angeles wildfire
"Wildfire Dangerous Continue in southern California as deadly blazes strengthened by Santa Anna Winds have forced the evacuation of more than one hundred thousand people authorities say the saddle bridge blaze started as a brushfire sill mar the northernmost neighborhood in Los Angeles before quickly spreading across the region Los Angeles County Deputy Fire Chief Dave Richard John says that the goal is to box the fire in in trying to really provide a containment box if you will around the fire it's very challenging unfortunately Mother Nature as somewhat cooperated even though the winds blowing rebel to get fixed wing aircraft are Los Angeles County Fire Department Super burst out there within the communities as well as our large air tankers that are dropping retardant out on the fire line again to try to walk in and make a difference and put it to an end east of Los Angeles in Riverside County flames swept through a hilltop mobile home park and royd seventy four structures damaging sixteen others according to authorities at least two people have died due to the
Brutal Day For Trump From Congress To The Courts
"Good evening I'm Erin Burnett out front tonight the breaking news it is a brutal day for president trump from Congress to the courts I explosive testimony from a key witness in the inquiry the former ambassador to Ukraine defined trump and the State Department's order to stay silent and as I speak Ambassador Marie you've it is L. Meeting with key members of Congress behind closed doors we expect her to come out this hour and the committee chair and ranking member to speak live here on C. N. N. so as we await that here is what we the ambassador pointed the finger directly at trump accusing the president of the United States of targeting her because she stood up for the rule of law and of course remember she refused to push team trump's conspiracy theories about Joe Biden well today trump tried to act like this was all nothing he said this she may be a wonderful a woman I don't know her but she she may be very much a wonderful woman I just don't know her she may be a wonderful woman he doesn't know her she Abia Wonderful Woman well unfortunately according to the very transcript that trump calls perfect professional end word for word he talked about Ivanovich to the president of the frame saying quote the former ambassador from the United States the woman was bad news and it isn't just in the transcript. He went off the wonderful scripted actually contradicting himself at the same question and answer session here he is at another point I heard very bad things about her and I don't know if I recall somebody gold but I heard very very bad things about it for me it does not good okay so trump's stumbling around there from one version to another comes after five setbacks today coming within hours of each other Democrats could be within reach of temp trump's tax return so this was a crucial court ruling a federal judge ruling against trump's lawsuit to keep those taxes under wraps another federal judge yet another lawsuit ruling against trump signature pet project the wall and then another loss in court three other federal judges just blocking trump's will making it harder for immigrants to obtain legal status trump's response pretending knows nothing about it we lost an immigration I haven't heard that would perhaps the best thing you can put on what was a very bad day first presidency is I hadn't heard that Pamela Brown is out front live outside the White House and Pamela look this was not a good day for the president that's right Aaron he is ending this week with a barrage of negative headlines I in a move viewed in this white all says an act of defiance the former Ukrainian ambassador a testified on Capitol Hill today that the president directly campaigned for her to be fired for Political Purpose says now Democrats claimed the White House try to block her from testifying but she showed up anyway now the president addressed or testimony he said that she may be a quote wonderful woman but he doesn't know her and then deflected saying it was a Ukrainian president who did not like her and then a devastating blow air in the president also lost several high profile four cases today earlier today he lost that court battle over turning over turning over several years of his tax returns to Congress his lawyer say they are weighing an appeal on that decision by the DC appeals court and then he lost some court battles on his signature policy focus emigration a federal in Texas ruined the President's national emergency declaration to build a border wall as unlawful and there's another defeat Aaron a federal judge today blocked a trump administration rule that makes so more difficult for emigrants who rely on public assistance to obtain legal status now I asked the president directly about this today he said he hadn't heard about the rules on immigration sure when I asked him this has been several hours after the royds came out but he did express competence that he would win and he pivoted to focus on all the judges he is put on the bench Aaron thank you very much and I'm GonNa go to Democratic Congresswoman Val demings who sits on both the House intelligence and committees congressman thanks so much for being with me so as far as I understand that the deposition with the former ambassador to Ukraine Marie Ivanovich is still ongoing and we expect it to end momentarily Mr Schiff Mr Jordan to come out and address cameras live so we're awaiting that but I know obviously your staff is in that room you have been briefed on what has happened so far so as far as you know did she say anything that furthers your impeachment case against President Trump will high air and it's great to be with you and let me just say this may be bad day for the president but it's actually been a good day for those of us who are in pursuit of justice in pursuit of the facts and who are involved in this impeachment inquiry my hat's off to ambassador your which who number one appeared today as you've already stated has been behind closed doors testifying all day long and there is no doubt that this is a career foreign service officer who took our old fair very seriously served admirably for our country committed to her duty and that really demonstrated itself today in her testimony the she's very courageous and today was no exception has she spoken directly or how has she been about what she was explicitly asked to do in terms of getting Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden and his son while I can't get as you well know into the details of her testimony what I can tell you is that she's been behind closed doors giving her disposition all day long and she certainly added very all you bold testimony she we would consider her a critical critical witness in our impeachment inquiry and I think she's added value and there's
How Damien Oliver, Australian Thoroughbred Racing Jockey, Spends His Days
"Week diving Olivo it's really busy as we laid up into the Spring Carnival and the as a lot of groundwork to be done so Monday is this year also spend the die down and at Cranbourne could be anywhere from twenty to thirty drawl Si- not that Auden all of them but it is still a long day generally mondays like to relax and recover that won't be playing golf will go for a surf such generally die off but this Tommy trawls and then Tuesday we going to his busy morning trey quit could be at Flemington really across the Caufield and then last week actually wrote it Mornington as well so to three tracks in one day so that's a busy but oh Tuesday mornings busiest morning in the wake of Star Trek let guys can ride anywhere from six to fifteen horses and the importance on being there on a Tuesday corroding a goodell's for you're trying to you what's the mind Gallup morning good horses will do their mind paperwork on Tuesday morning say building out your relationships one with the winners and also the horses that you're looking forward to partnering up with throughout the Spring Carnival and hopefully unearthing some some new ones north ones as well so uh-huh try not to ride on a Tuesday if I can because it's such a busy morning that can allot to relax a little bit in the afternoon and perhaps you doing for your Wednesday meeting and gearing into your wake where often royd Wednesday Thursday as we move into the racing season it can be Thursday not instead of Thursday I will and then fraud I know at racing as well Friday morning is jumping Flemington usually and then Friday during the day deformed for whether it be fraud I know all Saturdays rising as well and if you're not writing fraud I know what you're kind of getting your white sorted and organized Saturday and then Saturday morning losing white again doing a little bit of revision in the form and then getting ready to go to the races for down Saturday and Sundays occasionally Roy I try not to Roy can but trying to be the family on but if Roy that's my
Can You Have Your Carbs and Eat Them Too?
"Truth is cops crucial to optimum health and today I want to delve right in and explain exactly why this is in the hope that you'll never affair a slice of bread or bowl of pasta again said joining me to explain the truth about cops is registered Dietitian Hala El Shafie who specializes in eating disorders amp bariatric surgery. Hello Hala Hello Raymond how are you I'm very well I think the topic guide to discuss today is so so typical of the questions that you and I as registered help fresheners you as a registered Dietitian registered nutritionist. Get every single day by the two star if we thought we've cobs were as they are said to be in the media so-called of weight gain then surely we should see everybody on a cop diets lose more weight than those on higher moderate carb diets but that's not the case as it it's not the case I mean there's so many misconceptions about nutrition as a whole and uh hydrates are of no exception in fact actually it's it's it's really of the scale actually and there are so many misconceptions and it's actually very concerned because it's now got to the point where it's actually dangerous and we are seeing issues and I'm sure you'll sing issues in your clinic with people who have literally taken a whole foods great without understanding the importance of you know ensuring that you have the right types of foods and also nutrients within within the Diet so I think we start with what is a cop so we're gonNA start with the bike basically in simple terms right now it's actually a compound that's made up of carbohydrates oxygen and hydrogen but to put it in sort of Clayton's we I mean carbohydrates are actually basically split into simple carbohydrates and complex carbohydrates a lot of people will have head about but maybe they don't actually understand what that means in really simple terms it's really how the body actually digest them actually how we we use them um yeah no very well expanding most people would think of simple as a piece of white bread or complex is a piece of Brown bread and cops a such an important component wouldn't of the Diet so let's talk through some of the reasons why today we are saying perhaps you actually need these carbohydrates when you really do need carbohydrates and we are getting so many makes messages in the media about what we don't need carbohydrates and on a technicality you could survive without carbon interest however this is the preferred source of energy in the body and also the the brain actually needs glucose okay which is what arteries broken down into twenty five percent of our brains energy like that's few but glucose exactly right and also it it does affect our moods you know there are lots of different aspects hair and my biggest concern is what we breakdown foods into nutrients we don't go into the super walk by nutrient we don't order nutrients in a restaurant good analogy about it yeah so when you actually break it down like that it stops to become a nonsense because it actually is a nonsense but that nonsense is causing serious issues for many many people because of the lack of understanding so hopefully today will be able to dispel most if not all of those myths now I think not so so true and we will let me be discussing those really important factors because we know and we both know that Serotonin is a happy hormone and actually serotonin plays a role with the doc melatonin which regulates Circadian Rhythms and I'll sleep slang cool and also a lot of it comes from the gut which links back to things like how healthy is you got the hydrates contribute to that but will impact Hala could cutting carbs have on someone what are the kind of signs that people tend to see I think the most obvious sign is poor energy levels so irritability you hear the term angry I mean seriously you ask anybody I was Kinda asked today I mean literally don't speak to me Miss Lunch I'm late for lunch because honestly you beyond realizing traffic I think Buckingham Palace was closed and we decided to go Toria for lunch and about an hour later in traffic I was an hour behind my lunch and we had to go home and give up road rage yes exactly no and it does it does affect your mood because it's Dr Rightly affecting your blood sugars I want your blood sugars are not no longer stable that has a direct effect now A lot of people assume on I don't have the willpower and so on and so forth but it's actually not about that it's about the physiological effect that it has on the body thank you for clarifying that so I think a lot of people think about willpower and they think that then good an awful they can't say no so you said it is eve Lucien basically absolutely I mean everything that we eat has a direct effect on our gut digestion and our blood sugars then has an effect on how we actually function yeah and as a human and it's so much more than wait I'm so upset that nutrition has now been just devalue to just weight loss weight gain yeah I mean with all due respect I didn't train for as long as I can you didn't train for as long as you did needed any of our colleagues in the failed just to do weight loss thank you I feel like if I give a talk somewhere it's always well how you going to help me lose weight razz like he just said look at your energy levels your concentration your mood every day your sleep patterns all of these factors backed absolutely everything including your ability manage wait your stress levels because there's a hormonal and balanced which is absolutely crucial now you start messing around with nutrition and what you're eating you will start to also have a negative knock-on effect to your physiology over so much I want to delve into starring with things I'd calories uh I think she let's start with them why I mean I see people in my clinic that a skydive white cops do you WanNa just explain we shouldn't beginning what is difference between white I'm Brian ah okay so basically what we talking is simple carbohydrates okay now if we actually breakdown going back to the biochemistry of what carbohydrates now they're actually broken down into Monica royds which is the simplest form and actually about how the gut actually absorbs the carbohydrates you eat the next category is soccer is which is to the matter together one time and then we go to only a few yeah I'm paulie which is yes exactly so yeah there we go that's about taking UNITA remain both so the factor here is that anything that we eat in the die all the police have to be broken down into monasteries now policy cycle rides which is five of which were talk about later cannot be broken down okay so that then means that there is a direct effect on your blood sugar or not the case may be okay so it does affect our blood sugars and that's why it's important going back to white bread it is a simple sugar it's broken down into you should get it does have a direct effect on your energy levels and stabilizing those act simply doesn't mean of course there's a good or bad food because they have the I don't use that terminology and I focus on reeducating clients on patients on that because that has such a negative tation with regards to your relationship with food there is no such thing as a good or bad food this is not a wrong alright situation it's about the silence of our diet and also to to be quite perfectly honest it's okay to have those feeds occasion of course would be without them we don't just eat for nutritional states exactly I completely agree and you've mentioned blood sugar with Tom I think people would have had a lot of is Gi all the glycemic index I'm not sure everyone knows exactly what that means so should people be focusing on the GI of food only if you'll working with a register a nutritionist or registered Dietitian explained the reason why on its own you will get yourself into trouble lacey wise just to throw out for example watermelon has a higher gi the chocolate cake oh my God rights so there you go so you could get yourself into a lot of hot water and into a bit of a mess if you're just doing that so it's really in context and it's really about the balance of your whole not just in one day because we can't get everything that we need in in just one day low gi is good for them but let you decide chocolate cake lower than watermelon yeah yeah one hundred it's very very important that in mind so of course the exception to focusing on things like Gi diets again if you diabetic and I think let's separate them out type one diabetes aside just for second can you explain a bit more about type two diabetes and why this may be affecting them with blood sugar levels so basically type two diabetes you have an insufficiency of Insulin production from the pancreas but also your body has just become less able to actually utilize that incident in very basic terms however the nutrition is absolutely crucial and somebody was type two diabetes it is as is activities well now if you do have type two diabetes you absolutely need to be under registered Dietitian diabetic team as well because they're all serious implications of not being able to manage your blood sugars over a period of time now the has been some really interesting research with against me carbohydrates diet yeah diets because I hear it all the time I hear give up carbs if you've got type two diabetes well it's not that simple now Lecomba hydrate diets can be safe and effective in the short term but remember said can be effective in the short time so that is what that's also why we need to ensure that you are under registered Dietitian and diabetic team to be able to manage your blood sugar levels as well also feel blood sugars become very hello and you'll you become hypoglycemic which is also the risk of having a low carbohydrate diet then you could potentially be in trouble so that is also a factor which people who don't consider oh no I think they always seem take the sugars out hate the shook out and actually sometimes they really need the sugars absolutely so it can what both ways and again it's reiterated the importance of not just taking something out of your diet without fully understanding what it does I mean the UK government guidelines recommend approximately fifty Centerville total energy intake should be from cops in itself and this is helpful rule of thumb to follow but obviously were unique aren't we so we are absolutely unique think just to clarify that for a what we need to be looking at it's not just the type of carbohydrate but the quality and the quantity and that is where people go wrong so to speak so and that's why working with the healthcare professional who is qualified and actually knows what they're doing because you know all of us that is a research based and evidence based in shows that we keep you safe because that's what it's about at the end of the day and so many people I ended up getting into so many problems as a result of doing something on their own you specialize in eating disorders Holler as well bariatric surgery and you must see this kind of thing over time with people just suddenly being very scared of a food group this phenomena I mean they're all research statistics on this but anecdotally I am seeing a serious increase in food version food and their foods and specifically carbohydrates and it saw misplace but the fear is very very real and trying to pick that's because somebody has read an article all started am a diet without understanding really what the implications the you know has very very serious
Motown's First Lady Claudette Robinson
"I'm Johnny Hansen Junior and welcome to another edition of and Black America on this week's program motown sixty years of Hicksville the USA with cloud at a net Robinson founding member of smokey Robinson and the Miracles Kim black uh-huh. I just couldn't get in the gross helps eight needs today. Everybody everybody gets real excited when I say Berry Gordy but he wasn't as well known at that time but smokey actually knew who he was because smokey you look at the hit parade magazine that was out in that magazine actually had Lee had the lyrics listed of the song as well as the song writer or writers and he has seen Mr Gordie's name down there so he was oh boy. You know I'm getting opportunity to see this famous guy well. I must admit admit I had never heard of Mr. I guess really sheltered or something and I've thought who is is because smoking was so excited he he was like oh so at the end of that. Mr Gordy said he'd like to work with us on February nineteenth nineteen fifty eight miracle. I I single gotTa job was released in nineteen sixty. The song shop around became motown's first million seller that same year Motown L. Founder Berry GORDY stored on Claudette Robinson the official title of quote First Lady of motown into quote born Claudette Rogers in New Orleans. She was bright and adventurous like many contemporary. She developed her talent in the sanctuary. The family moved to Detroit Royd was she excelled academically with honors and graduated from Commerce High School at the age of fifteen. She attended Wayne State University through a sophomore year here. Before joining the Marine Corps reserves the miracles career has spanned more than five decades group has so more than sixty million records in two thousand nine commemorating their golden anniversary in the entertainment industry the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce on Miracles with a star on the Hollywood boulevard walk walk of fame as motown founder Berry Gordy stood at the podium. He's saying we quote without two miracles. There will be no motown and of quote. Ah Recently Robinson was in Austin Texas to participate in the summit on race in America and the opening of the Grammy Museum's new exhibit motown the sound L. of young America Roberson said down with them Black America for this exclusive interview born in New Orleans. You all moved to Detroit. Actually I moved to Detroit. When I was eight years old? I was living with my grandmother at the time and she passed away and my mom came for me because I was actually living doing with my grandmother at the time and we moved to Detroit on the west side of Detroit us now going back in the day in Detroit. Well you know when your kid everything is wonderful and amazing first of all I saw snow for the first time and it was a lot of fun you know because now I was with my brother I had two older step sisters and my stepsisters would take me like like to the Tigers Games 'cause one. She was just so fascinated and excited until she took me with her. All the time. I think that was one of the ways that she could get out because I don't think she was supposed to be dating so she took me as the excuse you know put the miracles together well. The miracles came together or my brother had a group which consisted of smokey Bobby Ronnie and Pete and the guys had a group firstly we the chimes chimes five times and they became the matadors will when my brother was a matador I actually formed a group of five girls and that group was matador aretz prior to that when my brother was an orchid I had a group called the orchestra so whatever you did I kinda followed his is legal. My brother decided nothing was happening with the show business stuff so he decided to join the army as a result the guys used to always practice in in our basement to rehearse in all of that so I heard all the songs and after my brother was gone a great audition came an opportunity for an audition in came about and it was absolutely fascinating you know and that maybe you get an opportunity to be able to record and as a result smokey asked me would I go to the audition with them as their fifth member and I said yes and that the idea and when we got there and rehearsed the gentleman that was auditioning us. I'm sorry I don't like I don't really like the group he didn't see say it just like that but it meant that what he wanted actually at that time he wanted smokey and I'd be like a dual and the duo would have been just he and I see and forgetting the guys Mickey and Sylvia were real popular at the time and so therefore that's what they wanted that's so he wanted will of course we weren't GonNa leave the guys of course I was knew I wasn't really a part of their group yet and we we just kind of you know the guys especially. We're so so very very disappointed because they thought this was their one opportunity. They're going to get a recording contract. Well there was a gentleman walking around and that gentleman said do you have any more of those songs and smokey spoke up and he said yes he said how many said one hundred rid so we said well. Can I hear some of those so when the piano and we started singing and performing not very much performing mainly he just singing and re. I'm laughing because I actually was in my United States. Marine Corps a uniform. I was in the reserves reserves and I was you know it was that time of the day so it was coming from our basic practice and went to the audition and you know after all that happened and then this gentleman asking us to sing he listened very very patiently very repatirated. Every song has to have a beginning a middle and end so that you know how to write property can't be all over over the place and because we went to the audition singing five original songs and after that occurred you know when we saying the gentleman introduces himself and he said my name is Berry Gordy today. Everybody gets real excited when I say AH Berry Gordy but he wasn't as well known at that time but smoke he actually knew who he was because smoking you look at the hit parade magazine Zine that was out in that magazine actually had had the lyrics listed of the song as well as the song writer or writers and and he has seen Mr Gordie's name down there so he was like Oh boy you know I'm getting an opportunity to see this famous guy I must i I had never heard of Mr. I guess really sheltered or something and I thought who is because smokey was so excited excited. He was like Oh so at the end of that. Mister Gordy said he'd like to work with us so I was you know I'm new to the group so I I don't know include me or not and as as we kept talking to him then I found out later more about him and and his family is family was really well recognized around Detroit. You know they had so many entrepreneurship businesses. They had a a printing company. They had a record company. They had yes. They have construction. They also so had Mrs Gordy senior was well into the insurance business so they were really really entrepreneurs long before leaving her. Yes yes and there were eight children. Mr Gordon being a child number seven which always that's that's a pretty lucky number so we started working with him. Of course this year is that particular year was nineteen fifty seven so Mr Gordon was saying that we needed record so our first record that was released was February nineteenth nineteen fifty eight which coincidentally is bobby and smokey's birthdays and you know same same day same year same everything same hospital as well as they actually found out later an hour apart and they met fourteen years later uh well as story went on this is now nineteen fifty eight but there is no motown yet that had not occurred and and when we see that magnificent wonderful royalty check three dollars a nineteenth since it was like Oh my God you know. Is this this this what happens with showbusiness how you ever GonNa make are you going to ever have a home or an apartment or any of the above and smokey suggested to Mr Gordy that you know maybe you should have your own record company because we certainly could not do any worse yeah and that was kind of like the start a we had had prior to that a two record deal with the record label which was our I song gotTa Job can then after that we had a two record deal with chess records of and the thing is I don't recall with the royalty check was from wound gigantic. No no it was never gigantic. Unfortunately well well as as time you know went by motown itself which is now sixty years was started January twelfth nineteen nineteen fifty nine and would made that something remarkable as far as having a company Mr Gordon Gordon what had not only have thought that we should definitely have our own record our own whatever and and so the song for that became we recorded Chaperon my mother call she said Eh on you growing up now pretty soon new take awry and then she said
At the Races With Nick Tammaro
"Churchill getting started would bind with they're the first really too big weekends they also course got the international later in the meet later in the fall and and that brings in some international shippers this woodbine mile just the mile either northern dancer the more you look at it. I thought was was was intriguing and there's plenty of other a lot of stars on the card including Holy Khaleda and pink Loyd. WHO's I I for a horse? That's one like twenty seven in a row. Nobody seems the talk about him or pay much attention to him. Bob Tillers streaking sprinter and here's a streaking sprinter victim Rio depends on where the sprint destination is. I think might Tapei at times but shop racing form a yes to the windows. Definitely Pink Floyd is is really sort of a marvel in terms of how he's performed well routinely I of course needed him to at least be third in this race last year in the contest and finished fifth so the pink floyd stop it will be nowhere near Wreck Stale Ontario and so his chances tomorrow we'll probably increase exponentially. He's in the early. They put the bold venture early on the card actually in fact when I went to the stakes together and put them up Derby Trail Oh. I didn't even look that that early on the card so I didn't even have to go back in fact I don't know if I did go back and put it up but there are a couple couple of very nice horses here including Carlin's honor the Jack Oxley Breezy York good old Yordan approaching half a million dollars for a chiefs would and Stewart Simon you know a lot of your a lot of your local players in the sprint scene but pink Cloyd is now twenty one twenty six and it really was late last year September October that he started to show some some frings signs of tiring and Kinda sputtered out at the end of the year could. Could he be beaten in here. I don't think so no it looks like he's he's back where he needs to be and I don't really know I guess other than Caroline's honor who's supposed to be particularly big threat to him in the spot so he he should get the job done. I mean it's always nice to see good. Horses do Well York than obviously was in much better form coming into this last year having run a good second pink Floyd Royd individual and and that was also during a period of time where pink floyd was having a really hard time getting out of the gate so he's a little ornery for a seven year old gelding and he had a little bit gate trouble really about four or five races in a row going into last year's bold venture he he's not he still not they really particularly the obedient or when it comes to getting out of the gate or being trained for it but he's definitely a little bit better spot with that right now so I think given that he's he's inform and should be sitting right off of the of the pace. If you worked in may be line to the front end. I think he should be okay before we talk about the Canadian the end the grade to which does start the cross country and will incorporate the pebbles and the nightcap at Belmont Nixon thoughts about last week at Belmont. We talked about this Jockey Club Derby and oaks and the Grand Prix. I talked to Andy on Tuesday. The Grand Prix was oddly contest than I thought but some some quick hits on opening the opening salvos at Belmont. I guess guess I'll try and keep it as charitable as possible. Given I took my shots at it last week but I think they played out largely. How we expected decide thought was a pretty impressive winner of the Jockey Club oaks overcoming? I think by all counsel was a pretty negative pace setup and winning is much the best running down Wonderman who I thought probably got a little bit more the run of the race and the American contingent as we expected in that race as well as the Jockey Club Derby were pretty much no shows and it could also be that the American continuing is pretty thin out by now. We'll talk about the pebbles and a little bit but the pebbles is going to be the ninth race for one hundred thousand dollars or more for three year olds fillies on turf going back to June sixth six and that's insane so the ranks of American horses that are ready to go a mile and three eighths early in September. We're really not very not very robust and and that proved out on the lady side and I thought Spanish mission I I actually thought he was totally out of position and thought that he was about to have a Jamie Spencer Special before he was able to overcome it and get the job done so a little bit. I know that the horse was capable of overcoming his writer. I I would imagine he he should be one of the better distant sources that we could potentially see over here next year given that he's going to be off now until the spring and there's just obviously connections that have problems shipping over the Grand Prix North American Jockey Club invitational brought to you by whatever most pretentious name of all time that was one of the most oddly run races I've ever seen first of all. I don't know how the hell everybody knew. Marconi was winning that race for fun and then to watch the riders of both realm and roaming union gather a hold of their horses so strongly almost as if they were waiting for Marconi to catch up and take the lead after he blew the break so that he could go one sixteen flat it was basically sort of the epitome of what we complain about left and right about American American dirt racing right now and you know in this day and age of sort of turf occasion of American racing where everybody points to turf races races are run like turf races. It's almost as if one horse makes the lead all the other guys say okay well. They're the pacesetter we're just GONNA go ahead and sit back and wait for them to come back to us and the majority of the time on the dirt that just doesn't happen even so shockingly Marconi was able to set a pedestrian pace and and went on with it and I I obviously would not have been a big fan of his at the price he went off often. We talked about how it looked like a bit more competitive race on paper the other todd pletcher trainee your to blame. I thought ran pretty well. He was able to stop the pace on the inside but you know I don't y horse like roaming union was in there if he wasn't GonNa GonNa contest the pace especially given that he's from connections like Michelle Navin who generally have a pretty decent idea how to win dirt racist so that was is a little bit of a head scratcher. you know look my personal opinion is that if there's any thought given to this turf triple. I really hope that same amount of money is committed to a dirt program and trying trying to incentivize horsemen to get there and run on dirt more frequently really try and build up the claiming ranks again because it's kind of embarrassing through the first three days of racing. I'm I'm sorry through the first three days of Racing Belmont there were seventy eight horses total entered to run on dirt and there are over seventy eight horses enter to run dirt in the first day at Churchill so I if the same number number of races and and that's that's not good. That's a big big problem that creates a big problem in the winter so that's my hope for it as it is. I guess we'll see probably a little bit better from Spanish mission in the Diese Lisa next year well we turn to Belmont today and into the weekend a couple of very good maiden races actually as part of that card and maybe we'll touch on them but let's let's look at the cross country pick five and it is comprised of of the three three of the stakes would bind the Canadian the mile and the northern dancer that you know you the top of your head. You wouldn't have thought it the three of them were as complex as actually I think they are and then the pebbles and the turf sprint claiming nightcap the eleventh at Belmont so let's start with the Canadian you know this is an interesting field the and really they'll competition. Idea should probably go off a pretty solid favorite. I don't really see how tactically you could make a real stand with her and she's a horseshoe. Obviously needs to lay back and make one run and you know those types generally at the mercy of the pace and this race does not look like it's going to have really any pace speak of so so she's going to have to overcome that now. I will say that you'll Rosario getting back on board to me feels like a very good thing. It does seem like she's just a little bit better horse when he's John Her but now the flip side of that is that we know Joel style. He's GonNa take her back and let her make one run so I mean they're they're going to. There's going to have to be some pace in here that you can't really foresee and I guess the hope is that Dixie moon and or starship do believe maybe show a little bit more speed than they have before. That's if you're back competition of ideas with any great fervor because obviously what this is shaping up as a situation where Holy Helena has a big tactical advantage on the other favorite and and she's been effective at Woodbine in the past. You look good winning the dance smartly last time Jimmy was giving a little bit of time since and I think she's a horse that that will really get the run of the race and and that's GonNa make her toffee. This could be a situation where on your your pick five. You're really leaning on those two pretty heavily and maybe you could give a little bit of a nod holy Helena on one one more additional ticket. I did want to try and make a case for to Riga and my hope is the Tyler Galileo. Maybe a little bit more aggressive with her than Johnny. Velazquez was was last time he finished just length and a half behind the competition of ideas did get into a little bit of trouble amazingly. She got into trouble in the three-horse rates which it happens of course and with a little bit cleaner run maybe second off the off the layoff off the ship in we can see some improvement grim oceans been a little the little laid back with her she she ran on July twentieth didn't work until August thirty first but might be one of those horses that can stay fit without doing that. I I'm always very very in tune and was looking at his horses in these kind of scenarios as they they generally overperform relative to their odds so I'm GonNa go ahead and include Theresa's well the and will include could starship jubilee more than likely those two has backups because I think they each offers some appeal at what should be better prices than the two chalks should note that ah Jimmy Jerkins after sending Holy Elena opt for the dance smartly basically is as left her there and oh my Gosh the stronach trainer but my Woodbine what is yes thank you Mike Doyle. Mike Doyle has been handling and Jimmy is on TV with seth deny after after precision is one and he told the story about Jimmy said he got the notification is it is stable mail all that Holy Helena had worked Labor Day weekend and so gets the notice he opens it up and Airy Jerry Sees Holy Elena six longs one eleven and three Jimmy said got on the phone to this is Mike what's going on up there and he said I really don't worry though or she did it easy. Did it easy the track was the polly was slick. It was cold or whatever yeah what eleven at three and you know what I did. I brought up with Jimmy that great story that is his father told about Bo purple and going out to Hawthorn for the Hawthorne Gold Cup on Tuesday the race as was Saturday and on Tuesday he gets a call from a Chicago sportswriter and said Jerkins. I wanted to ask you for comment about outvote purples work and said what about it. He says well he he he went a mile in one thirty. Two and three Korea broke the track record or mile. I think he went to violent at eight and broke the track record. What what forty seven forty six shades or something and and and Jerkin said you know? I'm sure he'll be fine and sure enough. He went out and won the Gold Cup but that was funny. One one eleven and three
What’s happening between Hezbollah and Israel? The latest confrontation, explained
"Now the middle east held. It's breath last week when israel's military exchanged fire with the shia militant group hezbollah over the border with lebanon it marks the first open open hostilities since two thousand fifteen raises fears of another conflict on the scale of the war they fought in two thousand and six but no one died in the latest clash which which both sides have claimed as a win his middle east correspondent eric torture work. It sounds much more serious than it was. After a drone attack destroyed royd hezbollah site in the lebanese capital beirut and an israeli air strike killed two hezbollah members operating in syria the shiite muslim militant group promised it it would seek revenge then on september the first a hezbollah scored fide anti-tank missiles at an israeli armored vehicle and a military base on the southern inside the lebanese border israel responded by firing one hundred artillery shells into southern lebanon and deploying ami attack helicopters to fire at some targets over the border. The escalation initially seemed like the most serious confrontation between israel and hezbollah since they fought a month long war in two thousand and six six given hezbollah is armed and backed by iran. Any conflict with the group has serious regional implications. Things seemed especially bad. When footage outage emerged of israeli soldiers being taken to hospital by helicopter hezbollah linked meteorologist. Let's in lebanon began. Claiming four israelis had been killed in the attack calling it a major victory for the group and fitting retaliation israel's attacks. If four soldiers had indeed been killed history suggests israel would have launched launched major attacks against hezbollah something with devastating consequences for the civilian population in southern lebanon hezbollah's rockets also pose a terrifying lying danger to people living in northern israel but israel's military says the antitank missiles caused only minor damage an a two soldiers inside the armored vehicle were not injured despite some spectacular smoke giving the impression of heavy damage the shows israel fight into lebanon response seemed to have been aimed at empty fields. It's not buildings a day later. The only evidence of the bombardment was shell casings and burnt crops. So what was the point. Israel's military in a press conference with the foreign media said the incident had somewhat positive outcome. The israel defense force had been expecting an attack from hezbollah and had reduced. It's overt presence on the border in a bizarre development. It admitted to local journalists that it had faked the medical evacuation presumably to convince hezbollah that there was. There's no need for further attacks. Some reports suggest hezbollah had also asked israel through intermediaries not to respond to forcefully because the fighting was effectively over the key. I'm for both sides appears to have been propaganda. Hezbollah is still crowing about its victory over israel sang reports that soldiers. I just did not die. Were part of a pattern of israeli lies. The missile strikes were an attempt to show that the group would respond to any israeli attacks judging by the the response from people in southern lebanon hezbollah succeeded residents crowded onto hilltops to watch the israeli bombardment saying they were proud of hezbollah standing up to israel many described the hostilities as a victory for hezbollah for its part israel's military can claim to have correctly gauged and prepared for hezbollah's allows retaliation although military analysts are suggesting it was only lock that prevented casualties that important factor aside the elaborate and violent theater later on the border seems to have been sound and fury signifying nothing it does leave both sides with fewer options for next time and there will be a next time time israel says some of its strikes in syria have been to stop hezbollah developing factories to build precision guided missiles with help from iran the missiles house which can hit targets with an accuracy of ten meters would pose an even greater danger to israel than hezbollah's already sizeable arsenal hezbollah's leader says the group rupaul ready has precision guided missiles and it's not building them itself nevertheless israel's military and government have been clear that the country will continue to try to disrupt erupt any missile program israel has not claimed responsibility for the drone attacking by route but there are no other likely culprits so there will be more strikes against hezbollah and more reasons for the group to retaliate hezbollah has shown it believes a violent response is important for public relations purposes even if it doesn't want another war with israel. It's also very interesting to say. Just how reluctant israel is for another war with hezbollah the country's about to vote in an historic career on of its national elections. It's facing constant agitation from palestinian militant. Factions in gaza is watching the deteriorating situation with iran in the persian linkov a damaging war in southern lebanon suits neither israel nor hezbollah right now by side snow the other position which according to israeli journalist on fifa makes the fight between israel and hezbollah the middle east's most stable enmity. You might say israel and hezbollah are good enemies. They understand dan. Each other's aims enact fairly rationally. It's strange to say the lengths both were willing to go to basically to blow some stuff up for p._r. Purposes all the while hoping nobody got hurt in a rage with few true friendships perhaps good or at least predictable enemies of the next best thing the good enemy eric torture. They're reporting from jerusalem.
"royd" Discussed on The Art of Manliness
"There's android royd and there's i._o._s. You know why are there only to low. There used to be windows phone. There used to be blackberry there used to be. I see a lot of others. Some companies have tried try to promote their own new smartphone operating systems but there's only two why is that because there's a network effect that if someone else uses i._o._s. West that actually benefits me because i use i._o._s. Because that means there will be more apps built for i._o._s. There'll be more apple stores around around where they can repair and they can. They can solve my problems in so i benefit from someone else's use of devices well. They'd ever confessed works works in neighborhoods like this. You would think that the decision the family makes about. Let's say summer now so what kids doing in the summer you would think that that is as a as a private decision that has that has just something that you know is no one else's business but actually if my neighbors send all their kids the camp every day say that affects my kids experienced that means that my kids really can't have a good time in the neighborhood during the day in the summer a join weekdays in the summer because every all the neighbor kids out so whether we like it or not neighbors decisions about what their kids do in the kids decisions themselves. They actually have an effect on my kids. So there's this network effect and what you find in a network effect situation is that there's two generally two to possible the equilibrium one is nothing and the other is all all or nothing and so that's what that's what happens with neighborhood play you either have. I mean if if if a kid wants to go on thinking about hey i'm maybe i'll go outside and and check it out and see if anybody's out there if there's a low probability but not zero. There's a ten percent chance for five percent chance that some out there. Why bother you know. They got that. Look around. There's there's a ninety percent ninety five percent chechens nothing going on..
Federal Reserve, Vice Chair And Donald Kohn discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"Go out to the U._S.. where the president's made it clear that he wants a rate cut is the Federal Reserve going to comply well? It looks like it you you know and this is the big <hes> economic news in the U._S.. The Federal Reserve will discuss its latest rate decision this afternoon. Washington time and traders raiders are pricing in an interest rate cut pretty small one about a quarter point <hes> this would be the first cut in more than a decade though this would be the first cut since the global recession the last global recession and the financial crisis in the reason for this is because inflation the U._S. is pretty low. It's royds below the two percent threshold that policymakers targeting U._S. economic growth has been slipping forecast for global economic growth there slipping so overall there is grounds for there are grounds for AH policy change and it sounds so far like the Federal Reserve is making its decision based on the data rather than what trump wants it to do. which is what it's supposed those to happen? That's what the Federal Reserve is supposed to the former vice chair for the Fed. Donald Kohn reportedly said you know there are good reasons for for former fed chair Janet Right Yellen said pretty much the same thing those are two people who don't have a reason to you know
"No robotic scale maybe more important any ability to sniff out a problem this is innovation now bringing you stories behind me ideas that shave our future justice coolant in your car school's decision ammonia is circulating through a series of pumps reservoirs and radiators on the international space station to cool the stations complex systems besides everyday exposure to hot and cold the station also has to contend with a micro media royds which can cause tiny holes in equipment so nasa sent the robotic external leak locator to space and since its initial testing this robotic sniffer has become a valuable you'll station asset instrument provides directional sensitive measurements of the amount an kinds of gases present outside the station on two separate occasions the robotic leak locator has identified ammonia leaks that previously would have sent astronaut on a risky spacewalk to find now personnel on the ground canoes the precise datta from the robotic knows to sniff out these exact location of a leak and develop a plan
"royd" Discussed on KNSS
"That like old timey close. Yeah. A middle. Right Walking Dead. It's not it's not it's not this. The zombies have played a very minimal role said this was the big battle. They were building to all the time. Well, this is the battle. This is the first the first line of the series of. I'm not mistaken is winter is coming. This is the battle of winter. But it's not it's not necessarily the final battle. It's just a big battle. All right. So then they tried to light the trenches on fire with the air with a flaming arrows. But it was too cold and windy that didn't work out very well at all. And. A half hour in you realize this battles not going. Well, they are not doing a good job in this particular battle. That's one of the big reveal happened to me. Maybe the biggest revealed the whole series that I've watched. So you're not giving away. Anything not not a big check with this. Right. Okay. Yeah. We've run it by some experts. They say this is somehow not a big reveal. But the redhead woman she's talking to an angry elf, and they reveal that they were once married married, the angry elvi- and red head may yet not a big reveal. I did not look likely. I'll say really. That would be a real surprise to me if I was in this community. Okay. Those to really, you know, every once in a while you have those friends. That friend for a lot of people. How did he get her? Right. That's me most of the time kind of the same way there. So the dragon clean is referenced which I think is Blondie because of her Siegfried Royd dragon situation that she's got going on the curly haired guy apologized to the wheelchair backstreet boy who was out in the snow in his wheelchair. Again. This poor guy is always out in the snow. Really terrible terrain for wheelchair. Why don't they understand this? He could escape, but there's got to be a cart or something. They pull this seems important. Right..
The Biosocial Approach to Health Care
"I'm here at Tripoli as annual meeting with Jada, Ben Torres and associate professor of anthropology at Vanderbilt University with a specialty in genetic other policy. She talked today on how to use bio social approaches to address health concerns. Thanks so much for joining me today. Jada you quite welcome. Happy to be here. You're talk was in a session that centered around the shifting boundaries between Ray sex and jeans. How exactly is your research area fit into this topic? I work at these intersections between biological and social factors in thinking about how that alters human experience. So oftentimes we are taught and actually sometimes we teach models that are not necessarily Representative of the reality of most people's experience. So a lot of my work. I think about how do we account for the variation that we know is out there. How do we account for that in our studies in the work that we do to try and make sense of things like health and disease community? The identity, etc. The health disparity that you focused on your presentation was urine five rights. Also known as you f which are benign tumors found in the uterus. Could you describe how prevalent these uterine fibroids are and what health disparity you were trying to describe so uterus fibroids again? These benign tumors that grow in the uterus or super common by the time. Women hit menopause so into their forties and fifties upwards of maybe seventy seventy seven percent of women have them of those women who have them a significantly smaller portion may be a third of them actually develop it to the point where they go to the doctor where it becomes clinically relevant. This particular condition, it has profound effects on quality of life issues, sometimes painful, periods are associated with it, excessive bleeding inability to become pregnant or to carry pregnancies to term it. It's just a real really big issue the gold standard for the cure. If you will for fibers hysterectomy for a lot of women. That's extremely. Invasive and just it's not acceptable. There's a variety of risk factors associated with with fiber would. So some of this has to do with like body mass index abusively age diet, thereby logical mechanisms that can help to explain, you know, well, you know, this particular diet might have KOMO effects on the body which then caused five Royds, but there's one risk factor. That's listed pretty consistently at least in in US literature, and that's black race specifically. And as a anthropologists on always found this sort of unsettling. I never understood how something that cannot be biologically defined. So in this case race how it can have in effect on biology's like when you tell someone. Hey, you're belong to this race. You're more sick. Because of it. There's no mechanisms to explain what's actually making you sick. So in my own work. I'm interested in unpacking. Would we love anthropology, but unpacking? What that means? What is it about being a member of any particular race that makes you more prone to one disease verse another right Kaz taking a genetic test? And seeing that you have a certain ancestry doesn't mean. Okay. Now, I'm definitely going to get this disease or something like that. Right. There has to be very deliberate important moves to move away from genetic determinism that your genes are not fade. There's a lot of interviewing intervening factors of that shape. Various outcomes and experiences for people biologists. And sociologists both have different definitions of race in your approach you describe as a bio social approach. So what does that mean it has that reconciled between the two different definitions that people kind of operate with with race? There are two different sort of working definitions that you see among social sciences versus by medical scientists. I would I note that overall I think scientists have good intentions, the ideas to alleviate human suffering, but we do tend to get sometime silent into particular ways of thinking about human variation in my research, attempting to sort of bridge this gap to be attentive to social factors of. How we understand and experience human variation? But also recognizing that their biological variation, Israel, and you know, potentially has some influence on on health outcomes. So what I try and do it in my work is to really think about how do I bring these two schools of thought together? How do I meaningfully explore? What human variation means being attentive to both social
"royd" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"royd" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project
"So when we hear Royd wage, we're actually thinking about only a few out of the fifty steroids. We're only talking about you know, three that caused Royd rage. Dj one being common in the other one speaking uncommon, and then we have other stairways that just give you a better sense of wellbeing Deibel testosterone, for example. They just make you feel good. There's no road rage usually involved. We'll psalms are generally give you that. Good feeling that feeling of sense of wellbeing similar to testosterone. They seem to have that affect in general. But then we take a couple like, especially Radwan forty. I think of that as sort of the powerlifting Sar the strength building intensity. Som- something you can take pre workout in the mental effects seem to come in quicker than the physical affects so something like the RAD one forty or trenbolone trend laissez trans suspension because it's faster acting got. No, ester C, these arms have no Esther attached, so steroids oftentimes is the steroid. Plus an ester which causes it to be time released and slower, so you don't necessarily feel it hit so hard, but you can actually take steroids without the ester. So it hits immediately. And then you would feel it alive to stop strewn suspense. And things like that that are water based and they could hit you a lot quicker. Yeah. So the psalms are actually know Esther they're actually like a suspension, they hit you immediately. So they they're faster acting than most steroids are generally, speaking, more injectable, steroids, generally. And so the Radwan forties. One were you feel sort of that mental aggression, but it's not a it's not like, a violent aggression. It's like maybe a little bit shorter fuse, but more like mental energy more like you're on top of your game. So the opposite like you could wake up actually I was thinking for depression Rodwin, forty maybe a a major cure because I felt depressed before you wake up. And you're like, I just don't wanna do anything just Austrian on treatment and on treatment. A lot of times is utilize that a lot for depression. Yes. I have so many fans followers supporters, whatever that have been cured from thoughts of suicide and major depression and just throwing their whole life away. And it's low testosterone is the cause. And it's it's an epidemic. So something short of testosterone therapy to give someone that mental energy feel like a man like you wanna accomplish something that day that you want to get up and do something instead of lay in bed..
What can we learn from Bennu?
"Natto chase in space and the target was pretty small in this game of things this month, a NASA spacecraft finally reached a lumpy diamond shaped rock it's an asteroid called Benue, and it took the spacecraft two years to reach it. That's a trip of more than two billion kilometers. But what really interested me in reading about? This story was that Ben is classified as a potentially hazardous object. That means it could hit us, but don't worry NAS anytime soon to find out more spoke to Astro physicist, Katie MAC, who's a columnist for various science publications. She's also an assistant professor of physics at North Carolina State university. Well, there's an advantage with veneer, which is that its orbit brings reasonably close to earth. So it's one of the many near earth asteroids that Nassar have been tracking for a very long time. So we're able to see it when it comes close, which it does periodically and were especi-. Keeping an eye on this one big has there's a chance of it actually coming a little too closer in the next couple of hundred years. I was going to ask him about that. Because one of these at resonated, the most with me is the fact that it's considered what's called a potentially hazardous near earth object. I in many of these potentially hazardous objects out there will potentially hazardous as one of these terms that is a technical term that is sometimes misinterpreted a little bit. It means that there's some kind of calculable chance that's not ridiculously tiny that it could impact the earth, those kinds of chances are usually much less than one thousand and in this case, that's also true. Even for the next couple hundred years the chances really really pretty small, but you know, it's the kind of thing where we have some uncertainty in the measurements. There are uncertainties in. How the orbits of these things could change as they maybe have different interactions with. With the solar wind or different interactions with other small bodies. So the the kinds of things we really want to keep an eye on if there's really any chance at all that it could come to where the earth is. So even steroid like new did richer what sort of damage could that cools? Well, if I haven't made his is pretty thing for announced Royd in terms of potential hazards. So I think that when I looked this up it was listed as something like civilization affecting. So it's the kind of thing where it could it could be it could be really difficult for the region. It's an potentially for a larger region around it, it could have some kinds of global effects. But the important thing here is that we know about this one a really really far in advance of when it could possibly hit. So we're going to checking out what it's made of that's going to help us saved. If it's the kind of asteroid where it's more or less solid, or if it's the kind of thing that's kind of what you'd call a rebel a rebel pile. Where you might use different kinds of approaches if you needed to change its orbit for those different situations, and we do have some interesting possibilities for changing the orbit of potentially hazardous objects. There have been discussions of things like a gravitational tractor where you get a very heavy spacecrafts in you just fly near the object for awhile until the gravity of that spacecraft lunges at just a little bit far enough that it can change the orbit in that work too. Few get to the object with quite a lot of lead time. And then there are other possibilities like impact is or changing a reflectiveness of one side of the objects to change how it interacts with pressure from the lights in the sun, basically. And then there are things there discussions of things like some point people talk about a making sort of a giant bag or net of the that you could kind of tie around this an object and move it that way, and I'm not sure how big that would have to be. But these are things. That have been variously discussed for dealing with potentially hazardous object. So we have quite a lot of lead time. If it does turn out to be a problem, but the important thing right now is that we can get a really close look at it. And we can learn just about this population of asteroids in general, which might be useful. Even if this one turns out to be totally benign will learn something about the formation of the solar system. We might learn something about the population of other asteroids and just get a better handle for, you know, our environment space because it's being described as a time captial dating back to the beginning of our solar system. How long does Royds last? What's the lots? I mean, they, you know, a lot of these things were formed in the sort of proto planetary discs. So the dust and gas that was surrounding the sun as the sun was forming. And as that process was going on, you know, parts of the disc lapse into planets in than a lot of smaller objects were form, some of these are what we now see us asteroids. So, you know, some of these things are just pieces of the disc of material that became the planets, and that was gathered around the sun. And so we can get sort of an idea of what that environment looked like by getting samples of asteroids. And that's the exciting thing about this mission of courses that we're going to get a really sizable sample of this asteroid and bring it back to earth. Katie MAC assistant, professor of physics at North Carolina State university.
"royd" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"I think what he did at Warwick when he wound the great beaten Diego de Cher me supposedly on on the clock. It was just off the charts. And his camp is already pointed out. We know what happened to him at. And we got massively brain, dead rights and. Let's let's be honest about like David Rawson gave petty mutual a brain dead Royd and Aidan Coleman gave Saint Calvin brain dead. Right. Don't go to professional. The thing is you see a lot of the lads kind of been out analyzing raised like this like the two of those lines were no they have absolutely shoppers. No, I'm glad you said it. I'm glad you said, I'm pretty sure we set it at the time. It was terrible. And they're both better than that. And they both been better than that. But it was awful. Exactly, exactly. And in situations like that, you just feel bad for the horses themselves on the owners, I know and Coleman is not writing the horse this year. Did that right? Have something to do with it. Maybe it did. You know, this is where the labs at the very very very top level separate themselves who who will not raise the Arca last year slip off the. There you go. You know, I don't want to don't want to be too down on jockeys because these jockeys are they have a tough job. They're they're sweating. They're not eating. They're all of that. And you know, they're they're facing danger every day. But look sometimes you've got to saves a pool. Right. And that's just simply the case. You know, just like, for example, if I put out a poor tip if Dave your in colour want to come up and go here. Eight dollars a show tip. You don't know what you're on about? That's fair enough. I'm not gonna lose any sleep over. So there you go entrust there'd be plenty of those. What Ricky does on that occasion? I was there to race meeting one day when someone came up to goad him for having the audacity to tip thirty three to one shot that copied and and Ricky just turned to the race's management that cut a check. I still get paid. There you go. That's that's it. We all make mistakes. And fortunately, these guys are in the limelight. They are sports stars. And keynote when when it, you know, it gets magnified, but look, I I just I defy anyone to say, they weren't to brand androids. This is going to be one of the most high pressure situations that Nico ruby Darlan governor ever found themselves in and it's going to be fascinating to see which if these horses delivers an which Chaki delivers because tactically and in terms of ability. I'm glad you said that about so Royal too because he is of immense potential, and he hadn't raised since January. So I wouldn't quite be in Kevin's corner. There been yours. It's gonna be some race. Don't miss it. Three o'clock. It's live from Sunday. And this is the best as Kevin said since Moscow flyer be desert. He open Welsh if it's just stunning. So in terms of a bed. What do we what are we wanted to sell? Yes. Definitely for me. What about you? I look I think out your wins. Captain obvious. But I just don't like first time out. On your ratings. What would the straight forecast be then come on? I didn't know my ratings are very hell. Should we say? Yeah. Historic guns. Ridden and everything..
"royd" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
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The Science Report
"For entertainment, which displaces sleep or other cognitively challenging activities which may interrupt the stress recovery cycle needed for growth. And you study warns that the immune systems of killer whales, as well as their ability to reproduce are at extreme risk due to contamination of polychlorinated biphenyls or pay CB's despite their being nearly global ban in the chemicals for thirty years. PCB's with chemicals commonly used in electron IX. Now a report in the journal science wounds that the ongoing pay CB threat effects more than half of the world's orcas. It says that over the next hundred years, whale populations near industrialized regions and those at the top of the food chain, our at a high risk of population. Collapse. Well, the United Nations, Atomic Energy Agency couldn't find them so is rarely Prime Minister. Benjamin Netanyahu is exposed Iran's top sacred Nikolay away house. It turns out it's in the very hot of Tehran. These rarely prime minister also disclosed the location of three illegal rain. Missile factories in Beirut Netanyahu provided the corroborating evidence to the United Nations. General assembly, giving the coordinates and warning that these limit Republic is now dispersing fifteen kilograms of radioactive material throughout Tehran. In order to hide it from you and atomic weapons inspectors, the United Nations. General assembly was told this evidence proves Tehran has not abandoned its nuclear weapons program and Shipley hiding. It gets with told that sacred atomic warehouse is being used for storing massive amounts of quick material from Iran's sacred nuclear weapons program. Paleontologist discovered an older relative. The Brontosaurus theropod dinosaur in South Africa, a report in the journal. Current biology says the fossils of the twelve ton two hundred million year old behemoth well on earth on a farm on the border of South Africa and Sota. They say the gigantic hub of will was one of the first four legged Sarah pods, but it had yet built the elephant like legs exhibited by most out of the Sarah pods. Syrup pods as dinosaurs with elephant, like bodies and legs are very long, neck and small head at one end and a long tail of the other just think of Dana from the Flintstones. The new dinosaur is be named leader, mighty my foodie, which means giant thunderclap at dawn in the Africans. Soto language. This being another major security breach at Facebook with the social media giant confirming that more than fifty million profiles, including that of the company's boss. Mark Zuckerberg of Bain hat, hackers have exploited a fault that affected the US feature, which lets people say what their profiles look like to someone else. The tech giant was forced to log out of a ninety million accounts to help resolve the issue with the details with joined by Alexandra Royd from IT why there was a vulnerability in the view as that allow people to upload a happy birthday via and some have access to these tokens, and he's tokens were like little ks that allowed you to love Becky without having to Raeside in every single time. And the head is rival to Hannah size and then Bryk into people's accounts and take the migrant colluding Motsak bug and his sister shell Sambat and Facebook. I announced that it was fifty million. Then they said, look, we've reset the titans on total of ninety million accounts, but the clear lesson to be learned from here. And the interesting thing is this hack was detected a year. A year ago over a year ago taken a long time to figure this out, and they saw a surge in his view as tippety which took them off. So I say into realize something was now what it shows is that you shouldn't using your Facebook blogging to log into online services because there's also a worry that people were able to use these digital tycoons to log into other online services that authenticated by your face profusion. I've been password will buy Facebook digital token. So it's a bad idea to use your Google Twitter, Facebook to log into other sites. You should use username and password that he's separate. This basically attached to your Email and also you reconsider whether you need to use Facebook little because they have a long history of security breaches, and they started taking seriously yet problems. Keep having anything Facebook than us about right now. The issue with fake news is still a big one. Facebook say they're working on it, but I haven't done much well, look, I mean the the problem is that it's it's had for for Facebook to have announced within that is trying to stop people from sharing content. We one of the things that happened with Facebook's. Own data breach was the gentlest putting up stories about Facebook dot abrasion, Facebook algorithm sang all we think this is potentially fake news, funny, funny that, yeah. Now you've got vice book, you know, working with both the democratic and Republican Institute. Now these oganizations are only loosely aligned with the actual organization themselves. But look Facebook is trying to make sure that it's website is not a conduit for fake news, and we've seen how foreign entities have manipulated people into thinking that certain posts
"royd" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
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"royd" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Sits inside you. It's inside Asia and you're alone for the right like, but so he was explaining this to me, I turned, they says, that's cheating. That sounds like stop four and five, I says, but you're that way, but. It was kind of weird because it because it's essentially a purging of the darkness inside of you. Whether it's something you did or things that shoe. To you, like, you know, I, I was a bit worried because I thought flip maybe should I shouldn't be doing this and stuff like that there, but it's not done for pleasure. So horrible experience. It is. It is one of the hardest things I've ever done in my life, but there's a, but. It is. It is unknown believable experience. Like I touched the divine and I would be a pretty spiritual person at me at me more spiritual. Now I would never replace my fellowship, but as a complementary thing. It it, it's it's unbelievable thing. Like of two hundred thousand clubs the zone. If you take these two clubs, one, I and the other one this happens and you know, it's when you have a pharmaceutical industry that is just throw of drugs into people. Their legal on this is illegal at does not make any sense because they, they haven't figured out how to control it. Exactly, of course on, you know, but it's not easy like it is not something you would take lately, and if anybody was ever think it's a recreational drug, they want to try it on being facetious bite that like it is something that you would not go into lately and. You know, like you have to watch your diet for months before you do it. Let's full on spiritual experience like but vomiting hallucinations and there's diarrhea on those, but it's the vision and stuff like that. They're so what happened. I experienced how to relive through the shooting in the office and. The thing that I took out of it was that I had looked for all the answers in all the room places. You know. And. That that the entire thing, the everything is just all Royd love that love is quite literally the most important thing. You You know know an. an. It. Try to let your life come in, but if you try to keep keep keep. But you know, dot is the one thing that from doing Iowa that I took from it the most. What is that feeling of love. Connectedness in high that we are actually all connected. What do you recall, reliving and whatever details you're comfortable. Sharing. I, it's hard to explain. You know it, it, it's. Just the fact that high destructive that my behaviors had been towards the south towards others. You know that there is a vague that the divine wants the best for you. And you know that. That we be the wrong decisions that there's forgiveness and you have to forgive yourself and. It's an incredibly incredibly emotional experience like, but you know, when like statistically like yours, you're a couple more that you know the, the instances for treating depression are through the roof. I think eighty percent of people who do it. Their depression goes on the first time, a teak, and it for class drug such your cooking and Brent not your class as.
"royd" Discussed on The Cycling Podcast
"One of our listeners Hannah nickel in he'll be leading Royd now from Alejandro Valverde what can we say? I mean thirty eight years old but writing like a man who's twenty eight. Well, as clear guy who never lose excitement for bike racing, you know, he just loves psyches so much and the DC Jessen. Jason, he transmits it to everyone around him. You know, even when he's doing post stage interviews, you can feel that he's more excited about the fact that he's reading his bike and that he's making his doing so for leaving. So it's not strange that he's in the shape the whole year because he basically does the same training our season from January to Tober. The amount of community doesn't history rights is more or less the same. You know, he follows his Scots, his instinct, his joy actually to prepare himself for racing today in this plan Espana yet. ice recon that he's taking a particular kind of pleasure. He is fine himself today at the press conference as free as a bird like he doesn't have any role in responding doesn't bear any responsibility. Neidl Donna is the guy for juicy, and if he fails, there is a backup plan with rich cut up. We will force on the euro so Bala is free to is up whenever he wants prepare for the world's and I'm for particular stages. If he feels like kind of house was another who lost a little bit of time today, trying to find him on the results, two minutes, thirty, six down. I think that for account quite all mile. I thought we had two minutes thirty. Six cut a Patras down, but Valverde he always seems to find himself in these kind of position, but we know he's very popular in Spain, but what she's did his reputation take any kind of because of the two year doping suspension. He had a few. Years ago. I mean, it doesn't seem he. He got the loudest cheers. I heard certainly this morning the star ima- bear. It seems like he with the retirement of Alabama do is once again, kind of the poster boy of Spanish. Cycling still awaiting somebody else to come up. Well, you know, I think at different here is so for people who is not that interested in cycling better tolerance most Papa in Spain, I'm, we'd be so onto a Landa lot supporting onto the France that as for cycling interested public Alexander, I'll wear the has this appear to Alberta. There remains still the top the most love rider. Why? Because what he does east really appreciate it by whomever who writes, because we can tell how. He can do impressive stuff in any kind of terrain, how he's in good shape from the beginning to the end of the season and the anthem Seattle will. It's the emphasizing for cycling for the bicycle as an object which makes him different and that what makes him relate to the Spanish public. Yeah. I mean Lawrence the pollution. I'm calculate kofsky mentioned Valverde any not just experience and strength, but just the the the canny knowhow of of that finished because it kick up a little bit, didn't it? Just finish that and quick ski said, well, he, he just didn't have what was required for those final seventy five meters and not really what's the difference between the two of them? Let's hear a little bit from launch to police who launched a slightly surprising move. I'm one that lasted a long time..
"royd" Discussed on WEEI
"Royd you dave i mean if you had just not done that you would have been tops in the league oh you have been living the dream that's exactly what happened in two thousand thirteen there is a photo shoot took place the washington redskins cheerleaders they did a weekend in costa rica they went out and they went topless i mean they were asked to go topless the question now is where they forced to go topless and they're saying there was an article in the new york times where there were five anonymous women who said that they felt forced to do these sexual activities in costa rica for the washington redskins cheerleaders squad and they're pretty upset about it because they felt sexually harassed now brian this is this is where the redskins were really stupid here if these accusations are true okay you get all the cheerleaders down there you on an island there okay you don't have to do it but he want to go topless we can take some great pictures here some some sexy shots and some of the girls probably would say yes i don't mind but the problem is brian oxman c'mon they had executives there from the redskins males and they had male sponsors there who were standing in the background leering some of these purves there staring at the girls that that is outrageous that they would allow that to happen the answer is yeah but here's the thing dave what do you expect is going to happen in costa rica of all places that you're going for a photo shoot for a calendar what do you think is going to happen this is the whole problem with the metoo movement are these women correct you betcha.
"royd" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Actually actually i hope the tree first of all the trade will never happen but i if it does i hope because in happened on friday is i can't eat meat on fridays but that will never happen so by second quick comment is i wanna say to lames wheeler and monteiro and i hope that's the last time they're ever mentioned on new york radio broadcast never wanna hear about them again please don't even comment i don't even want you to waste your breath behind my main question to you for tonight is i am a giant fan i believe barclay history pick so with that in mind that is also thirsty royd it be enticing for the jets up to the number two spot because it's so obviously they're gonna go with a quarterback and if we go and they're thinking is with barclay also if we could trade with the jets they move up they can get the second best quarterback but they're liking if he's not paid by cleveland and what i would like in return as a giant fan for that one spot move up would be the jets number one for next year and bridgewater bridgewater for one year to backed up manning case anything ever happened and the jets could have their number two quarterback which chevy nfl rush as a number two pick to pop in case they're starting quarterback goes down well well first of all it's not gonna happen and the fact that they could trade and i mean that's possible i don't know about probable but not for a number one for bridgewater but it is possible if the giants are are have decided i don't think the giants and jets will make a deal again it's probable not very possible because i don't think the giants wanna help their cross town rivals pick out the quarterback that the jets feel will read them to the rama's land and certainly not gonna make a deal for number one and bridgewater one but thank you for your call one eight seven seven three three seven six six x number to call on the fan gear you're paul i'm the newsprint turn spring plus intern.
"royd" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"With that anyway so he's team royds we hit on this but if you wanna go back to what we can again barry bonds roger clemens incrementally they're moving up they got more percentage of the vote than they did last year but not that much more so six years and they've got to get to your ten they've got to get to 75 percent they're not there yet the way its trending i don't think they're going to get there by your ten and if they don't get there by year ten that it goes to the committee and then the committee's also start with a bunch of old school guys that don't like reuters so these guys may not get in so again i made the point yesterday all stadium one more time i can make an argument for either side i would love i hate to be that guy was like i see the side or i hate to be the i'm on the fence guy but the fact is i really am on fence on this one i do see both sides i don't have an issue i don't have a huge issue with either side however i don't think you can make a really strong argument against somebody who says i've got to vote these guys cheated they know exactly what they were doing they cheated on knock it a vote for cheater tom ridge made a point and we really she came on the show this week and said look i'm not coming off that what these guys did was wrong and they knew what was wrong on not coming off that took a lot he for it i don't know how you take any exception with the take they cheated on not voting as promised rejoined right now by the head coach of the arizona cardinals he was named head coach on monday he was high hired by carolina is a db coach back in 2012 he was named carolina assistant head coach in 2014 defensive coordinator in 2017 arizona's coming off an eight eight season third in their division we are joined by steve wilks is so good to have you on the.
"royd" Discussed on Business Daily
"To royds that you'll particularly looking at is that right the atlantic earned their action leo into into fuel that's it exactly and these are things that we know with certainty because of the scientific exploration that's happened over the last ten twenty thirty years and because of the abundance of samples that we've actually already got in laboratories in the form of meteorites what do you need though i mean i'm a beyond the oxygen and the water behalf so that you could mine up the what else is up a manned mission gin a need from mining from locally mind sources think about building something where you don't have to ship at all from earth in that this is kind of from the settlement standpoint of making a clay hot or making a log cabin and making them out of materials that are very nearby in you know making them near the stream or near the river or the bay this is much what we're gonna do in space we're going to use metals from asteroids and planets and we're gonna use technologies three d printing to create large structures that we don't have to launch from earth and that we don't have to make survive the rigors of of a rocket launch or the long journey from here to mars we can use materials right mars and all we have to do is bring the knowhow the plans in the machines to start that manufacturing most the business plan hey chris who who your customers our customers are very much like the customers in the mining or the energy value chains in the economy today it's often ah an idea that you don't make money in mining till something comes out of the ground and you can sell it to someone but there's actually many steps along the way in the mining valuechain today where you have discovery exploration development construction and then ultimately you know production of that resource and even after the things leave the mind they're still valuechain where you can take something in you can purify it and you can make it in a final good so planetary resources today is focusing on the exploration part of that value chain in.
"royd" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Tyson's zero speeches i don't think there's a whole lot those going on except cleary incipient ideas when you serve at the fed since it is this odd hybrid version of a central bankingsystem do you feel like an officer of the government of the united states of america new part of the federal government will a a former member of the fed would was used to say the fed is of the government but not in the government but wasn't absolutely sure would admit that though klis to sit down with you as royds yes you feel you part of the government but do you feel you're part of the government which the russe the government feels free to attack when the need arises live view they can attack but they do show pretty well known that you're insulated from those attacks yes your insulated were no was governor of the bank of israel you say we are independent but understand the too bad decisions and will not independent but if there was limited dennis i want to ask you about fed policy and the economy these there is the federal reserve his kept interest rates very very low stock market's going gangbusters and one explanation that skeptics offers the it's because you can't make anything from any interest yielding security there for money goes into stocks is there inequities bubble the stock market bubble right now in america we'll we'll low interest rates stock market prices will tend to be high of them i would be if the interest rates were higher so people who sort of look at the.
"royd" Discussed on KKAT
"That will pop up one is just simply an overview of the services that we provide but number two hours a there's a flag down below that this as quick here for the second video that goes very indepth on how the hormones i need to interact or what we can do to help those hormone imbalances balance out and become what we like to call it or hormonal symphony wanna make sure that symphony is playing correctly and so you can jump online and view that so the hormone that has the greatest connection and we preach this day a in and day out to weight gain and diseases insulin and we go very indepth we draw some diagrams on that video and show you exactly how that interaction takes place at the cell membrane but again insulin is a key to weight loss or inability to lose weight so there are other hormones to that are interacting dynamically every every minute of our our lives and so bike we call it that hormonal sympathy symphony if it is if it is playing right you get beautiful music if that hormonal symphony is at a wack the music is awful and so that will not just affect some of the energy that you feel but it's going to affect your weight it's going to affect your health and the hormones most likely to affect your weight again insulin fi royd cortisol and your sex hormones so one of the things that we're going to discuss in a bit is thyroid and cortisol and we're going to be discussing those up next but before we move on our big thing here at elevated health you ties we want to show you and your family how to get your health back on track and so we get a lot of folks that again will come in they take good supplements but their eating habits are absolute garbage so if you're interested in really making some found daesh in all changes in how you and your family live that's what we specialize in we.
"royd" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy
"The shocks properly quincy a royds and stop they not citing a ma slum respect the game wad research triangle for that man pop pablo is a chance to make this up to steven jackson uh if you're in la august thirteenth because that is when the big three comes staples center front row tickets are only five hundred dollars at the low five hundred tourists i'm in i'm getting credentialed so i'm not on that uh i'm not going to pay you can get your benefactor wow i think i'd mike i don't know if you know this was an ig honeys i heard a little bit about here we raise the laws as a cab bureau handrolled into was this has to move likud bag rock cobb went gallon so i have the operation somewhere else so now you have your man flyouts yard me up geared put up in hotels all it admiral ali thing i didn't do i go to noburo marabou an instagram the unfortunate some up by the way next trip never never went get into their cell as i gotta go all right jerry extent would give thanks to the rest in peace triangle rest in peace lob city it's all over let's face it for you to how come i just i just been sent a scheme shot of a real gm suite that says chris paul lost faith in dog rivers due to our favor austin rivers over team of god god is a meaner you fire back of right now we care about drew the armed with someone sent me i will reduce storage guys right here story goes as deputy chris paul.
"royd" Discussed on X96
"Said the largest wildfire in the nation incident commander tim royd roy the r o ied royd who described sunday as a good day for firefighters were able to have success securing areas of particular concern including a lot of the buildings that were still in danger from this brian had fire however another red flag warning had was expected days win from the southwest expected the pickup slight chance of thunderstorms in the forecast but there's not a lot of it's just the air is really dry to and that's problem if they could get just a little moisture in the air that would help them with controlling the fire but it's just awful hundred and fifty three people dead in pakistan an overturned fuel truck now now it's but it's not what you think so this problem this fuel truck overturns gets the scott oil on it a diesel oil or some kind of oil and scores of villagers raced to the scene to collect the oil because it would be useful to them oh leading oil or what you know i don't know what exactly what it was but they're rushing to the scene with buckets and ladles and to to scoop up the oil that's been spilled and it exploded oh and engulf people in flames also they were like all gather around the truck oh hundred nearly three men women and children killed dozens more in critical condition according to hospital and rescue officials i've never seen anything like this in my life one firefighter said victims trapped in the fireball screaming for help when the flame subsided he said we saw bodies everywhere they were just skeletons it mean you picture the emergency personnel showing up to that at so many people needing nine desperate help all at what i don't even know how you decide who to help first about thirty motorcycles that the villagers used to rush to the side of the highway accident were charred i saw a picture of that the what all those motorcycles wound apparently that a lot of people hopped on their motorbikes and went to try and collect this uh this fuel many of the dead.