35 Burst results for "SUN"
Ex-Capitol Police Chief: Pelosi's Daughter's Filming Endangered Exit
"Should have been fired is blasting former House Speaker Pelosi for hampering her evacuation from the u .s. Capitol that day by letting her daughter Alexandra film her exit saying it proved a distraction that put unnecessary strain on her security detail well that's my point it's so weird when you look at the footage what you need to realize is a protective detail is specific specifically for the protectee you're there you're protecting the protectee sunset on just the news now Capitol Police statutorily have do the authority to protect family members it's my understanding the person holding the camera was Pelosi's daughter but she's there in the position of being media media the protective details in there to protect media and whoever else was there with her for the sole purpose videotaping of creates a major distraction for the protective detail and he added you know they don't train to protect those additional people this suggests to me that Nancy wasn't all that scared or not scared to the point that a lot of people would be I mean you're filming it? Sun was reacting to newly released Capitol Police obtained security footage by just the news showing Pelosi's evacuation from the US Capitol on January 6 where a daughter can be seen filming her for an HBO documentary you know it was
Mediaite's Colby Hall Triggered by Levin's Interview With Trump
"Groups like this mediocre media very upset with my interview with Trump So upset that sun guy named Colby I think it's a guy could be a gal I have no idea Not once but twice he was very upset He took to the pages if you will a mediaite which is founded by Dan Abrams you can't miss him He's the guy that has a squirrel glued to his head And very upset About the way I interviewed Trump Now they are a little slow in the uptake there Of course they suck up to Joe Scarborough they suck up the Biden the suck up all the usual rat finks and reprobates My goal in interviewing Trump was to let him speak Not in a rectum and not speak for him So the people could hear what he had to say Not what I had to say And that's how I do my interviews Which is why we're number one on sunny night usually we're number one on Sunday and Saturday night Often we're number one on the whole weekend So you keep doing what you're doing mediocre right And your dusty mom's basements and I'll do what I do Which is interview people for the purpose of actually letting them speak There was a time when I was growing up that that was a good thing That's what we did But today now But the real suck ups are over there in meteorite
Sen. Tim Scott: The Far Left Brings Down Our Education System & More
"Here he is in North Carolina excuse me in the North Charleston South Carolina At a rally today cut 17 go I have lived that the closest thing to magic in America is a good education But today the far left has us retreating away from excellence in schools extreme liberals are letting big labor bosses track millions of kids and failing schools The replacing education within doctor nation They spent COVID locking kids out of the classroom and now they're locking kids out of their futures and in Biden's America crime is on the rise and law enforcement is in retreat The far left is ending cash bails they're demonizing demoralizing and defunding the police I grew up in neighborhoods alongside people who ended up incarcerated or in the seminary cemetery Not submitting Seminary two the cemetery as well We needed more public safety Not less We can not have innocent people at risk Police officers getting ambushed and attacked and seniors locked in their homes the time the sun goes down until the sun comes up Yeah he's going to be formidable in the sense that he speaks about these things from a position of experience
The Dan Bongino Show
Remembering the Tragic News About Private First Class Greg Ambrose
"And we had this bar at 64th place in Myrtle avenue in Queens And my grandfather and my grandmother ran the bar So my grandfather who my grandmother had remarried So my grandfather is not my uncle's father okay So my grandfather's sitting in a bar and they have all the signs up Welcome home Greg You know hand handmade signs Everybody was so excited and my grandmother was elated but my grandmother was over at saint pancras School which is the school I want to when my mother went to was onwards since closed down It was a Catholic school of Myrtle avenue in Queens Some of you live in the area it's probably a walk through history If you don't just roll with me for a minute I assure you these things happen This is not this is not this is a non fiction tale So my grandmother was picking up my mother and my aunt Jane From school they were in grammar school at the time And these two soldiers walk in And you know it's a bar so it's dark it's the middle of the day Sunlight coming through but you know they don't it's not like lit up like a doctor's office So my grandfather is a tough time kind of seeing my grandfather was a big guy My grandfather was like 6 6 you know 300 plus pennies They got football player Maybe he's a big guy That's where we all get our size from Every time I see someone in public they're like gosh I didn't realize you were that big Not as big as him but So he sees these gentlemen you know come on in As they walk through the door you know the sun kind of over their shoulders a little bit where they're silhouetted a little bit He knows right away That ain't Greg And you know something's up
Has Music Caught up to the 54 Flavors Sexual Revolution?
"We're not binary anymore As chuck Todd there's a whole spectrum of stuff going on out there LBGTQ why do you think they add the plus at the end They should add the multiple clashing sun times Because there's no end to it Remember when Facebook there were 54 flavors of genitalia and genitalia activity Remember that They paid so many a lot of money to do that And so let me try this I will embarrass myself in front of billions so don't hold it against me So here's how the song in modern days would go Should I do it mister producer or not I'm just too good to be true Can't take my eyes off of me I'm like heaven to touch oh I love me so much At long last love has arrived I'm just too good to be true I think that's enough Notice I really spoke it I didn't sing it But I think that's the new version I think we need to get the four seasons back here So they can sing it In fact there should be 54 versions of the song as I say I do not believe the music industry is caught up with the it's not even the sexual revolution It is the 54 flavors These love songs today they really add a date wouldn't you say millennial cons Right You are too good to be true and so are you and you and you shouldn't that be a new song mister producer You like that one
Sen. Tim Scott Exposes the Dangers of the Far Left
"Here he is in North Carolina excuse me in the North Charleston South Carolina At a rally today cut 17 go I have lived that the closest thing to magic in America is a good education But today the far left has us retreating away from excellence in schools extreme liberals are letting big labor bosses track millions of kids and failing schools The replacing education with indoctrination They spent COVID locking kids out of the classroom and now they're locking kids out of their futures And in Biden's America crime is on the rise and law enforcement is in retreat The far left is ending cash bails they're demonizing demoralizing and defunding the police I grew up in neighborhoods alongside people who ended up incarcerated or in the seminary cemetery Seminary two the cemetery as well We needed more public safety Not less We can not have innocent people at risk Police officers getting ambushed and attacked and seniors locked in their homes from the time the sun goes down until the sun comes up Yeah he's going to be formidable in the sense that he speaks about these things from a position of experience
Suspicious Election Activity in Loudoun County
"Loudoun county Virginia is one of the wealthiest counties in America or at least it used to be It used to be run by Republicans now it's run by Democrats And that's how a lot of these suburbs are going now Abortion abortion abortion Anyway so my wife calls me And she said we got and I think it was ballots We got three ballots here It's a balance And one for her Unsolicited One for our sun chase and one for our daughter Jenna I'm waiting for two more to show up for two other kids Now chase hasn't lived in Virginia for over a decade Jenna doesn't live in Virginia and she hasn't for a few years now Chase voted first in California when he lived there Now he votes in Tennessee Jenna votes in Maryland But they got unsolicited I think they were ballots Mister producer Now if we were Democrats and marxists and crooked then the kids would vote in Tennessee Maryland and twice in Virginia And who would know the difference Because the Democrats never checked their voting rolls that would be voter suppression There's certainly not going to check it with a Republican state like Tennessee That would be voter suppression
AP News Radio
AP Sports SummaryBrief at 1:21 a.m. EDT
"Four AP sports I'm geffen cool ball, the Seattle kraken aren't done yet after forcing a decisive game 7th correspondent Jim Bernard reports, the Seattle kraken, even their best of 7 playoff series with the Dallas stars at three games apiece with a 6 three victory. The kraken took control early and jumped to a four one lead minutes into the second period. Jordan Everly had two goals and one assist for the game. We played aggressive. I think that's what we had to do. I mean, you don't want to come out in these situations and sit back and go into the summer wondering why. In the NBA, the Phoenix Suns fired Monty Williams on Saturday two years after reaching the NBA Finals in a year after he was the overwhelming choice as the coach of the year. Phoenix was eliminated from the playoffs Thursday after a 25 point home loss against Denver in the Western Conference semifinals. Major League Baseball, a big day for Bo Bichette led the Blue Jays past the braves 5 to two correspondent John leatherbee reports the shet knocked in a pair of runs, including the go ahead in the 7th inning against the NL east leaders. A lot of really good teams we have to play. So yeah, I mean, it's good, but we've got another one tomorrow and we need to finish strong and get ready for the next one. Dylan cease taught 6 scoreless innings to help the White Sox top the Astros three to one. Really great. Finally, I think some of the work going into it paid off. So anytime you get a win and hold them scoreless, it's fantastic. Other American League winners, the Orioles rangers Yankees twins, Mariners and guardians. In the national league, Colorado Rockies pitcher Ryan feltner was struck in the head by a line drive in the second inning against the Philadelphia Phillies, but was able to walk off the field on his own. The Phillies were 7 to four winners. Other NL results, the Dodgers won their fourth in a row four to two over the Padres. The brewers diving backs, reds and cardinals were also victorious, Metz nationals was suspended by rain, and engulfed Austin and China's Marty Doe are seeking a first PGA Tour victory as they share the third Brown lead at 16 under with Ryan Palmer at the Byron Nelson in Texas. I'm geffen Koba for AP sports.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Pastor Allen Jackson: "They Are Hunting Christians"
"To my friend pastor Alan Jackson of world outreach church in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. Okay, so sticking with current events. There was a shooting recently, not far from you at a Christian school, a trans terrorist, a crazy woman who wrote a manifesto that they will not show us. Clearly specifically targeted Christians and the media is afraid to look into this to talk about this. It doesn't fit their narrative. Well, I would say a little different. They're not afraid. Their purposely hiding the ball. It should become a part of their propaganda where they hide the truth, and they give you the narrative they want. There's nothing to do with fear. It's intentional manipulation. And the Christians have got to become more savvy consumers. This would have been a hate crime if you'd plugged any other minority into that school. If it had been a Hispanic school, a Jewish school, a Muslim school, a black school, it would have been a hate crime before the sun went down. It was a Christian school, the purpose, the person clearly went hunting Christian hunting Christian children and some specific children, and they won't release the documentation that says that. I know some of the officers that have worked on it. It's not a mystery. They're hiding that. And we don't demand the truth. It's unfortunate until the Christians decide to stand up. We've reached a pivot point. And honestly, I don't know what the outcome is going to be because I don't see enough expressions of courage right now to cause me to believe we're going to walk this back. I think the current generation of young people are old people. We couldn't repeat Normandy because we wouldn't load those landing crafts and head into that fire. It's going to take that kind of a commitment to see a biblical world you come back to the public square. They are hunting Christians. They're telling us that Christians aren't welcome in a school because putting Christian student teachers are dangerous for the students in the population. That's been walked back by a court.
AP News Radio
Nuggets blow past Suns 125-100, advance to Western Conference finals
"Dakota jokic led the way with 32 points, ten rebounds and 12 assists as the nuggets advanced to the Western Conference Finals by defeating the shorthanded sons one 25, 100. Jamal Murray added 26 kentavious Caldwell Pope scored 17 of his 21 points in the first quarter as Denver put up 81 points in the first half and never looked back. Jokic was pleased, especially with the defense. The mindset was really, really, really, really on high level and progressiveness focus. We know other details. So we didn't make many mistakes and that was that was why we won the game. Cameron Payne had a career playoff high 31 points for the suns who played without injured starters Chris Paul and Deandre ayton, George Phoenix
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The latest in sports
"AP sports and Mike Reeves the Denver Nuggets advanced to the Western Conference Finals with a one 25 100 win over the suns to win their series four games to two, Nikola Jokić led Denver with 32 points ten rebounds and 12 assists, the Celtics forced a game 7 in their series against the 76ers with a 95 86 win in Philadelphia, Marcus smart scored 22 points for Boston while Jayson Tatum scored 15 of his 19 points in the fourth quarter in the NHL, the hurricanes advanced to the Eastern Conference final with a three to two overtime win over the Devils the game winner came on a deflection by yes per fast, the stars took a three games to two lead over the kraken with a 5 to two win in Dallas, the NFL announced their 2023 schedule on Thursday, the Super Bowl champion chiefs will kick off the season on Thursday, September 7th at home against the Lions and will welcome the eagles to town for a Super Bowl rematch on November 20th, Aaron Rodgers is scheduled to make his debut with the jets on Monday Night Football September 11th against the bills. I'm Mike Reeves, AP sports.
AP News Radio
Nuggets beat Suns 118-102 in Game 5 to regain series lead
"The nuggets are one went away from advancing to the Western Conference Finals. This, after they grabbed a three games to lead by defeating Phoenix one 18 one O two, that said, Denver coach Michael Malone says his team will need to play tough defense in game 6. When we're not running and we're not defending, we're going nowhere. And that's what we have to do game 6 and a couple of nights. If we're going to try to close the series out. Nicola jokic dominated with 29 points, 13 rebounds and 12 assists. Game 6 is Thursday in Phoenix. Bruce Morton, Denver
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Leftists' Mockery of Prayer: A Sign of Religious Bigotry?
"Prayer is part of who we are. And yet there are people, what is it about the gun debate in America that makes the left mock prayer? What is it about this particular, I mean, I know there's a lot of histrionics over the latest mass shooting, and I would be the first to admit, we got too many of them. These are terrible tragedies. These are awful crimes, a mall shooting, or a guy mowing people over with his car. Or a people hacking people up with a machete. Or whatever way, humans figure out a way to harm other humans. Life is challenging and difficult and prayer and our faith is lacking. I heard Mark Davis this morning in Dallas, play a clip of somebody who said, you can take your thoughts and prayers and take your prayers over shooting victims and put them where the sun don't shine. Saying that about prayer, when people pray for healing and comfort after a horrible crime or a death of somebody's loved one, take your prayers and put them where the sun don't shine. Derek, can you help me find out who that is, please? Because I want to play that clip. And I want you to hear what religious bigotry sounds like. Because that's just a bigot.
AP News Radio
Jokic fined $25K by NBA for making contact with Suns owner
"Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokić avoided suspension but was fined $25,000 by the league Monday for making him proper contact in the stands with Phoenix Suns owner Matt ishbi. The two time NBA MVP is all set for game 5 on Tuesday night in Denver with the second round series tied at two games apiece. It was nearly the outcome SBO was hoping for in a series where the home team has won every game. On his Twitter account Monday is via praised his team's performance and urged no further disciplinary action for jokic. I'm geffen cool bar.
Dennis Prager Podcasts
Do You Still Believe in the Monarchy?
"Unlike my producer, which I just discovered, I was I enjoyed and was even moved at moments with the coronation. He was less so. Would you like to see the end of the monarchy? No, no. Oh. I just wasn't as I you just moved as I was yeah, and I retain a certain kind he retains a certain kind American American like non monarchy. Yeah, I understand that, but given that it's so far in the past. Why would why would England be better? No, they wouldn't. So you agree with that. Okay. When the sun kissed the father, and he choked up the dad, and all these elites sang God save the king, I would be moved if the elites of America are saying God bless America. Wouldn't you? Sure.
AP News Radio
Booker, Durant both score 36, Suns even series with Nuggets
"Devin Booker and Kevin Durant each scored 36 points as the sun's defeated the nuggets one 29 one 24 to tie their Western Conference semifinal series at two victories apiece. Landry shamit had 19 points off the bench, including four three pointers in the fourth quarter. The bench contributed 40 points overall Durant says that was huge. It was good that we got some momentum and after that first quarter and was able to kind of be an even game after that and sort of four for we pulled away. So we played extremely hard, man. So we can do. Our bench came through and made big shots, got big stops. Nicole, the jokic led Denver with a career in playoff high 53 points. George Tanner, Phoenix
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Booker scores 47, Durant adds 39, Suns beat Nuggets 121-114
"Devin Booker and Kevin Durant combined for 86 points and the sun's pulled within two to one in the west semifinals with a one 21 one 14 victory over the nuggets. Booker torched Denver for 47 points, shooting 20 of 25 from the field and 5 of 8 from three point range. It's trying to be aggressive being ultra aggressive. I understand that open stings up for my teammates when I play that way. Durant provided 37 points. Nugget center Nikola Jokić had a triple double with 30.17 assists in 17 rebounds. Game four is Sunday in Phoenix. I'm Dave ferry.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Florida Governor Fixes Toll Road and Insurance Crisis
"Yeah, I'll bet you your mom went to holy name parish. But let's not get into it. I want to go to the red state 100 days. Now that takes the December special session and adds in the session that is ending today. And it is a red state 100 days like FDR. And so if I can start small and go big, the small one which I love is that you signed into law at discount on the toll road. Now, I grew up on the Ohio turnpike. The price is never gone down. It has never gone away. We paid for that road like 30 times. What did you do for commuters on toll roads in Florida in December? We slashed the toll starting January 1st by 50% for all our commuters, because they have these passes on Florida. We have a sun pass. So as you go, look, if you're a visitor, you're paying the toll full boat. But if you're a commuter and you ding a certain number of times in a month, your next bill, you just get a 50% reduction. And so we have people in South Florida and some other parts of the state. They'll pay a hundred 152 $100 a month in tolls depending on where they have to go for work. So this is going to save people hundreds of dollars. And in some cases, it will save them over a $1000. So when you're dealing with Biden, when you're dealing with all these problems, we've just basically said, how can we provide relief to everyday floridians? And it's been very popular and people appreciate it. Well,
Health Babes Podcast
"sun" Discussed on Health Babes Podcast
"How can they really optimize working on their circadian rhythm with that, right? Just don't let the lasik be a deterrent, just do it anyway. I've had a lot of clients that have lasik. It's not really something you can just go undo, you know? So I still say go out and do it. If you have contacts, try to not wear them for that time period if you can help it. There's also a brand called dailies, I believe, that doesn't block out as much of the beneficial light, but that's the reason why we can't get the benefits of sunrise and UVA through glass is because glass as well as contacts and glasses are going to naturally block out a lot of the UVA rays, UVB rays definitely, and they block out some of the red and infrared as well. So you just don't get a natural view of all those healing layers of the sun. So we demonize UV light. Most of the studies done on UV light showing how damaging it is, we're done with narrow band UV lamps. So the sun hasn't been extensively studied for all of its spectrums. Now, you got to practice safe sun exposure. Definitely practice safe sun exposure, not a license to just go burn yourself to death. But the rays of the sun can be very healing and they work in conjunction with one another. That's why it's going to ask you your thoughts and sunscreen. Yeah, I don't recommend it. What I recommend is using the D minor app. Number one, see sun in sequential order if you are going to exposure skin to UVB. So sunrise and UVA really, really get that signal onboard and get it strong. Then when you are out in UVB, which is where we synthesize, do you use the D minor app? You can put in your skin type, your Fitzpatrick skin type, it'll tell you, okay? You've been out here too long, go ahead, go inside, get an under shade, cover up. And the more that you kind of build up that solar callus, the longer you can stay out there. Now, I do wear a visor because you will still photo it. I was still wearing spots. You can still pay the laser things that we do. Right. Yeah, I did it my first year. I'm like, you know what? I think I need to be wearing this. So I wear visor, I wear a hat even though I don't wear a lot of sunscreen or any sunscreen really. And if I'm going to the beach and I'm just gonna be out a lot and I can't really be under a lot of shade. I will wear zinc oxide, you know, if I'm not used to being out for that long, I definitely will wear zinc oxide, so I don't burn myself, or I just try to cover up or go in the shade, but I don't, I don't usually wear a lot of sunscreen. I'm pretty fair skinned too. So don't be dumb about it. Build up a solar callus, have really strong circadian rhythms. And when the deminer app says, get out of the sun, get out of the sun. Don't push it, you know? Yeah, I'm looking at this app right now online. I've never heard of this before.
"sun" Discussed on Forever35
"The first thing I want to do is show you an ad that ran in 2000 and teen people. Oh, okay. So they were still, I would say even by 2000, they were still pushing, I mean, 2000 was when they added the botanical extracts. So this was a sort of infamous ad that they ran. Oh my God. Okay. And there's a very, very attractive blond woman with curly hair. This is the only sun in ad I've seen that has a curly hair. It's got luscious. It's got luscious, beautifully highlighted, curly hair. And it says four out of 5, girls you hate ask for it by name. What does that mean? They ask for sun in by name? Yes, sun in the original. Stop hating them, start being them. With original sun and spray hair lightener and super streaks gel. That is a dark ad. Isn't that dark? This is like, that's bizarre. Yeah, so, you know, I feel like we've talked a lot about the male gaze when it comes to these products. But this seems to be specifically playing on the female gaze in a mean girls kind of way. Yeah. And this ran in teen people. So this is very specifically targeting teenage girls saying, you know, the popular girls are using son in. And don't you want to be like them? This is giving me like anxiety flashbacks. It's so cruel. It's so cruel. It's like up. So that was the vibe they were going for in the year 2000, which all makes sense. I feel like that's on brand with what that time period was. Yes. 100,000%. So in 2009, they sell to the pharmaceutical companies Sanofi. I've never heard of it. And then in 2017, they sell to a company called focus consumer healthcare. Okay. And. They focus consumer healthcare has supposedly lowered the level of peroxide. They have added chamomile aloe and other botanical extracts. Oh my God. To help condition the hair as it lightens. And then another thing that they've been doing is they've been trying to get influencers to post about sun in. Wow, okay. So there was a couple of years ago, there was this kind of like funny renaissance on TikTok where people were trying son in. And you'd have the odd person who was like, son in is great. But I would say the vast majority of the videos were like this turned my hair, orange, or this was bad. And were they being sent product or was it kind of just people trying out old products? I think it probably, I mean, you can buy it now. People being like, oh, what's this stuff? I think it was probably a combination of both. I feel like a lot of times what happens with these things is like, it's initially influencers who get sent the products and then regular people are like, I want to try this too. There's a hair influencer named Anna primavera who did a lot of ads for them on TikTok. And she doesn't really talk in the ads, so it's not that exciting to play. But she kind of just prances around and talks about how great puts words on the video that say how great son in is. But then we also have a lot of tiktoks from hairstylists warning about science.
"sun" Discussed on Forever35
"Don't wait for the sun to get your hair bright, natural looking highlights as soon as tonight put sun in their head. Do your hair rise. What the hell was that? Okay, so I mean, first of all, we have a clearly white woman wrapping. That was like the top that wrap from teen witch. Do you know that rap? No, but I believe you. I think it's routine, which what? It's like a beat that you get by pressing a button on this keyboard that you're parents bought you at Bradley. Yes. Yes. Oh boy, that was rough. That was rough. And we'll link to it on the website. But what lies? What lies? Total lies all in it's just all pictures of super platinum blond hair. Which again, that is a small part of the population. Yes. Who's going to actually be able to use this product? Yes. So I play that commercial just to highlight the sheer ubiquity of sun in during this time period. It was a very specific period of late 80s through, I would say maybe mid 90s. Well, it also kind of plays into this whole obsessive tanning. Baywatch, like just yet kind of culture. Yes. Exactly. So I was going to mention, actually Baywatch. Written down here. As another example of this kind of all American in quotes look. And of course, this is a look that only white people can achieve. All American is code for a blond white person. I mean, just a worse sense of 1000%. So sun in, I think, hit did hit like a crest of popular yes, Kate, I have a question. Yes. Is sun in part of a larger company? Does someone get into that? We're about to get to that. So Sunday was launched in the 1960s. The exact date seems to have been lost to history. I could not find exactly when sun in launched. And it always promised to give you the effect of a beautifully naturally highlighted blond hair at a fraction of the price of the salon. That was always part of the pitch, right? You don't have to go to the salon and get hundreds of dollars worth of highlights. You can just spray this in through this bottle. Spray this bottle. And if anything, this will look more natural. And even the name sun in, it's that idea that if you're just out in the sun long enough, your hair's gonna lighten to the perfect shade. Yes, exactly. And the way that sun in works is the major ingredients in it are lemon juice. And hydrogen peroxide. So that's the real,
The Garden Question
"sun" Discussed on The Garden Question
"To be so in some sea two or three weeks before you have your last harvest of one that you're cutting off of now. You just figure out how much you need and start counting backwards to how soon you have to start to seeds. Weather's going to have an effect on it when it's really cold outside. Cold, cold weather, down in the 20s, maybe 28 or below. You're going to need to give them a little bit of protection. If you just have them frost at 30°, most of them will do fine. You can always cover them. We prefer to use some type of a cloth, the cover with rather than using plastic, the reason for that is plastic or get really hot as soon as the sun pops out the next day. And if you're not right there to pull that plastic off, you get overheated under there. Also, when you're covering, if you can come up with some type of an arch or a structure that you can keep the cloth from touching the leaves of the plant, then you'll have better success and protect it from cold weather. Covering during those extreme co periods and precautions are in pots and they're not that heavy. Can move them to a garage or something like that if we were to have some extreme cold like that in the low teens or something like that. I checked the Willy burgers worms. My prediction is, we're not going to have that real cold weather. This year. So maybe we'll have moderate temperatures this winter. And then in the summer, almost as bad is the heat will affect them. When we get into those days in July, in the 90s and humidities almost a 100% and having the afternoon rain showers, that can be hard on them. If you can protect them somewhat from the late afternoon sun, we've done shake cloth, and we've done sunscreens. Sometimes in a car, mom's days will put up a screen on the window to keep the sun off the baby, sitting in a pair of riding down the road. That's the kind of thing you want to come up with. Some kind of a screen that just blocks off sun from 2 o'clock in the afternoon. If you got morning sun, the sun's strong, but the temperatures aren't quite as high in the morning hours. Therefore, it can take a little bit more of that morning sun, maybe shaded a little bit from the afternoon sun. How important it is picking the varieties that you grow.
Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"sun" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"How does that match up look? Are you going to force Jimmy into a lot of the same if you do switch everything? Are you going to be able to force them into a lot of the same inefficient looks? In isolation basketball as they did with KD with Giannis with drew holiday. That is that could be the series right there. How they cut off the head of the snake again, can they do it three times in a row with three great players? That's what I'm really focused in on and honestly. Over the past few years, the Celtics have put jaylen Brown on Jimmy Butler. As the primary defender, I'm predicting that grant Williams is the primary defender on Jimmy Butler. And I think that that creates a lot of problems for the Miami Heat because great Williams, I mean, if you can keep Jimmy out of the paint and stop his penetration and kind of keep him on the perimeter, it takes away so much of what he is excellent at, which is the drive and kick. And then once the drives once he kicks, then the ball's moving, then Miami's offense is really flowing and that's when they kill you. And grant moves his feet. He's, he's as stout as anybody playing right now, defensively. And he is really difficult to get around. And he can switch. He can switch on a bam and neutralize that. He can switch on to basically anybody in neutralize it. So in those situations where they do switch and let's say Al Horford's guarding bam. Can Jimmy just have a great series going one on one against Al Horford. I feel like that's just like a win for Boston or even if you put Tatum on bam and make either make the heat run their offense through bam against a pretty good defender. There's just so many, the options that Boston has defensively really make them hard to beat and if you can't beat them on the offensive glass, which Miami could easily, they could do that. That could be their whole strategy. Panning offensive glass or if you can't create turnovers and beat them in transition, like getting in the half court, you're just dead. And it's going to take a heroic series from Jimmy, frankly, I think, for them to prevail. So that's what I'm looking at. What are you looking at with this series right now? I actually had a lot of the same stuff. So jinx from that standpoint, one of the things one of the things that really stood out to me about the last series obviously was how heavily Oladipo was leaned on. Obviously Lowry was out for the better part of the Philly series. So you kind of had to go somewhere else for your point guard your backup point car your ball handling stuff in the moments where Jimmy didn't have it. So Victor was really, really key from that standpoint, if only to give Jimmy occasional breathers from having to have that role, the guy was playing his heart out as far as getting you 35 a night or whatever it was. Bam can obviously take some of that responsibility, but we don't know how Lowry is going to look. If he comes back, when he comes back, if he comes back and he's, you know, can get around for a game before he's banged up again..
Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"sun" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"Team, I don't know how much of your question was about him or kind of just the team in general. Yeah, it's about the team. Can the team win the championship? Ayton is such a big question mark here. Which, by the way, in Rohan was out there and was in the media room when this was said, I didn't see it as far as the video, I probably should have watched it right before the podcast. In terms of how stern, I guess, Monty Williams wasn't in regards to the question about why ayton was pulled last night. They're not why, but yeah, I guess it was why..
Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"sun" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"At Gmail dot com. Chris, there's no place I feel like we can start, but Phoenix. Where the sun's lost, one 23 to 90 on their home court last night, Luka Dončić, this is probably the stat of the season. Luka Dončić had 27 points at halftime of this game. The entire sun's roster had 27 points at halftime of this game, is this like the worst loss you've ever seen. If it's not, I'd have to think about what was. I mean, it was so bad, the best way to describe it. I really like analogies. If you read my stories, my book, you get tired of them because it's like all I think about over the course of the day is how to come up with an analogy. This was like, I've realized when games start to break into 30, 40, 50 point range in terms of margins, I'm more intrigued by that sometimes than like a close game. Because it's like, I can't turn away. It's a bad accident. It's like rubber necking. You can't turn away from it. And so as they just kept expanding the lead into the 40s, and they hit 80 before the sun's hit 40, you're like, what is happening? And yeah, as you mentioned, Luca having 27 at half just like the suns did, there was a point where I think he got his 30th before the suns had 30 points as well. And the third. So it was bad. I saw a stat last night that Luca outscored, just last night's game, he outscored, obviously Booker. It was outscoring the whole damn team for a while. He out rebounded ayton, he out assisted Chris Paul and he had more steels. And actually, I don't even know if that was last night. I think maybe I'm sorry, this is for the series. He outscored Booker out rebounded ayton out assisted Chris Paul and had more steals than Mikhail bridges. For the series. Really hard to win a series that way, despite that, I was a fool and said that I thought that the sun would somehow find a way to get game 7 because, you know, the home team had won all 6 games of the series..
The Life Stylist
"sun" Discussed on The Life Stylist
"What happens to form the largest plurality of sunlight, near infrared light, so it's actually, if we go back to the spectrum, we have ultra from high energy, high frequency, going to low energy, low frequency, longer wavelength, we have, you know, we have like gamma rays and x-rays and that crazy stuff. And then ultraviolet light, blue light, visible light spectrum, which the longest, the lowest frequency, the lowest energy is red, and then we get into what's called the infrared spectrum. It's in the first chunk of that is called near infrared, and it's near infrared. It's referred to as near because it's next to red. And of course, these names in these bands are a bit arbitrarily defined by us human scientists, but nonetheless, the fact of the matter remains, if you look at the sun's spectrum, it's this big bell curve with this long tail and infrared and it peaks in the visible range. And 41% of sunlight is in the near infrared band. And if you add red light to that, which is like 11, 12, 13% or something like that. You have the majority of sunlight, it's in is either red light or near infrared light. And so these are that, I think, is its own statement. If you look at the neutral fine power of the sun, the sun nourishes all life on earth, right? There wouldn't be anything without the sun. What's the biggest component of sunlight? It's near infrared. Some red, but mostly actually near infrared. So high energy infrared. And there's also certainly a fair amount of the mid infrared and the far infrared. So if we look at the sun, it's like, okay, in the winter, we're low vitamin D, we're not getting enough of that. But we're not really getting it's not so much the ultraviolet and blue. All those are important. Dose dependent, blue light is important for building up melatonin production, the pineal gland during the day. So we are designed to get some ultraviolet and blue light, but it doesn't really promote all this regeneration and healing and repair and recuperation as does the near infrared red light via the mitochondrial activation systems, which are in really in every cell of the body. So basically the biggest chunk of sunlight, just so happens to number one, stimulate mitochondrial responses in the body and we'll go into that. There's mitochondria in every cell of the body except red blood cells, but also the same narrow band of near infrared, particularly the 700 to a thousand.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"sun" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"When I left the party, I went back to my house, where I live with my mom, and I called her number, and I still remember it. 6 6 one 8 four three two. And I called her and we talked for another hour or two in the kitchen with the long phone wire that stretched around the table and I could sit on the floor by the backbone so nobody could hear me. And I basically told her that I wanted to be with her and wanted to be a boyfriend and she knew she felt it too and the next day or two she broke up with Ronnie and my buddy Ronnie then goes and grabs Linda Buren and makes her his girlfriend. So we traded girlfriends. And this went on for a few months. And Ronnie at this point was doing very well with let's call it illicit illicit sales of recreational drugs, okay? He got to be pretty big around the neighborhood because of a certain mafiosa who lived in down on the cutter court of mister Moretti. And mister Moretti employed a lot of young guys who wanted to go that route. I didn't want to go that route. Ronnie went that route. And I've told this story before in that me and Ronnie did everything together. In fact, we went and saw the movie Scarface together. The only difference was when the movie ended, Ronnie wanted to be Tony Montana, and I wanted to be Al Pacino. And we kind of both got what we wanted to a degree. So one day he pulls up to my house, he's driving a red convertible claw that. He had the penthouse pet girlfriend here that ninja motorcycle, Ronnie was swimming and dull. And he hangs the horn and I look out the window. He says, oh, he called me elf. Come here, come on down, let's talk. At this point he's big as he's the biggest brick shithouse. I said, what? Because we used to work out in our room. We made a pledge that we were bench press 300 pounds the same day. And we did. Me and my buddy, Freddie, Marino. We all bench press 300 pounds in our bedroom with the cement weights and the shag rug. And we used to put the dates on the wall and magic marker and say how much weight we lifted this day that day. We were obsessed, but we all did it. He said, oh, I don't want to do this no more. I'm bored of Linda. I don't care that you're happy with Jennifer. Good for you. I want you to be happy. I am happy at the end of the Maui, Ron. He's just married. Maria just put me in the wedding party. I said, of course, everybody, what are you my fucking best friend? And we hugged and kissed and that was that. So years flew by. And I've told you stories about Ronnie being locked up and then Ronnie getting out and then Rodney being on the land and him sending me messages and texts and phone calls from different parts of Florida. And that's where he settled. And off and on over the last couple of years, he'd gotten clean, but I don't know how much damage steroids does. He died of a heart attack. And I'm not sure if that's from all the steroid usage or if he tied one on the night before. I don't know. I talked to his sister Melanie. And no one's really sure what happened. But we just know it was a heart attack. You know, I'm 59. He's 57. Was 57. And I was there with him when he came out of jail in Florida. I made sure I was the guy that walked him out of jail back and I think 2011, that was a special moment for me. But I wanted to read you something that maybe some of you didn't hear. Because it's about Ronnie when I was living in New York with rosalie. And needed money to get out of there, get some money to get a place in Los Angeles. This is before I got the book deal. And I got a guy at penthouse magazine who listened to a woman actually who listened to my story. I said, I got to write a story about my friend Ronnie who's on the lamb and it's really interesting the text I'm getting and the phone calls I'm getting and I'd like to make that a story. Well, she was petrified of that because it lawsuits, et cetera. I said, let me at least try. And she let me go. So some of you may have heard this before, I apologize, but today I got rocko's game in a little bit of time and I really don't feel like I don't feel that crying again after Pauly Herman died and now my buddy Ronnie, this is a bigger death. It's a bigger one for me. So I'm going to read this story, okay? And you'd bear with being tomorrow, today's free show will be later today because I want to watch the Grammys tonight and give you some of my thoughts on those. There's always some shit that happens there. And I have other stuff that I've already compiled, but allow me this day to just kind of reminisce about a story about my buddy Ronnie. And I called it run Ronnie run. And I said, my friend is on the run. With the faint breeze of South Florida freedom whipping through his hair. But there's no sweet finish line in sight. And as I write this, my buddy is out of jail. But as soon as the law catches up with him, he's headed back to prison. He's currently free of the risk and leg cuffs he's wanted various times, but he still psychologically shackled whenever he picks up the scent of the lawman who drawn a bullseye on his ass. I call him ray for the purposes of this story. Ray, my brother, from another mother, is on the lamb. I've tried to find the imperceptible pivot in time when the tumblers and raised brain fell open and in rush the idea of living a criminal life. Before that moment, we'd shared everything boys born 5 houses away from each other's share. Classrooms, teachers, field trips, study halls. We shared interest in weights, women, wine, hell, he even dated my first life before I married her back in our high haired 80s heyday. The truth be told, the moment when ray and I suffered a quiet split of sorts was when we sat in a movie theater when the credits rolled on Scarface, my left wanting to be Al Pacino, ray wanted to be Tony Montana. And we both more or less got what we wanted. I went to New York City. I studied without Pacino's teachers. I performed his plays in college. And in the mid 80s, I was lucky enough to actually sit and eat with the Geno one day at a joint in the village. And we talked about the art of being and how good acting is nothing more than absolutely knowing the exact emotion needed. I said to Al, how could I possibly know all the emotions at my age? He said, you got to go out and live a life. Not just exist. You understand? You got to go out and fucking live, man. Obviously, I was over the moon. I
"sun" Discussed on WBUR
"Months of the year in this valley the sun doesn't reach the town at all Until a few years ago the only way people could catch any rays was to take a cable car to the top of one of the mountains overlooking the town I'm going to take a ride to the top and find out what a difference it makes for people who live their life in the shadows From the top of the cable car you can look down onto the long narrow streets blanketed in blue shade at the bottom of a valley formed by two walls of mountains It does seem like a strange place to build a town and yes we can is relatively young founded in the early 1900s when an entrepreneur realized that the long waterfall coming off one of those mountains could be tapped for a hydroelectric power plant And it was the hydroelectric company that built the cable car so that its employees could travel to the top and feel the sun on their faces If you go to the top of the station to the viewing point you might reach to some idea We'll probably sun chase You guys have come up here Can I ask do you live in noy Yes We live in Yeah And you thought well I'll come to the valley with no sunshine Just to feel better about how much sunshine there is Yeah that's true I always thought that I mean of course the sun is something you need And you need that to survive and live and the fact that people.
The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"sun" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"Yeah i'm i'm checking it out of it. We had a great time. And i i think one like eleven hundred bucks okay and so. My sponsor was super excited. Yeah and i'd never won that much money. So you never. You never really did the go to california now race and get you know who's chuck sun dude and let's never do that. Yeah i went down and did. Yeah but never like yeah. Didn't we heard about. No we heard about saddleback. This is kind of a funny story. and saturday they had these big long motos so it was kind of cool to go there so i took my bell taco down there. I think jim cook was air. A couple of names anyway. I i checked out and one by a long distance. We're all happy about it and come back in. And they have you done in third. Wh what what's this. Yeah oh. I thought you broke down or something. They just screwed up a scoring. No way you're going to pass up. Am i said don't worry about it. The cisco shit. Wow i mean it was. Yeah it was. You know it wasn't a heartbreaker anything. I i knew what i did. Yeah fine but they didn't know who i was was no way. You're gonna come down here and do that. So that was my first experience So in seventy five. I worked with a dealer that Money guzman a gene and cycle. They said hey. You gotta try this Back then before that a cut a country. I'm supported me on the tacos and i felt i needed something. Maybe a little bit more reliable. If i was going to go on the circuit so in seventy five i switch to husky cassia. This really cool three sixty that he he he mikola was right. Yeah and i rode that In the transam series was the first series. I wrote was seventy. That's in the fall in the fall. Yeah and i actually took the two fifty three sixty my two fifty. Well those those back easter. Where were those things they're all. they're all size. Okay mainly becky yet and Usually mud races so they played well to me and ended up writing three sixty because my to fifty broke too much. Okay yeah so. I would get tenth eleventh place in the international class who make more than the winters in the to fifty class. So that was cool. Oh so you weren't writing the main your rides per class for those initially. I was riding the to fifty support but the bike broke down. Switch international rise so my first year racing i was running international. You must have been pretty like you said you grew up racing or reading about these guys and here about these guys must've been pretty stoked have been like only shit like there's there's what the costs are. Did 'em right. I don't know if mickle ever did them. But you know those type of guys did him like well. It certainly was to cost aki lot aeneas carcass came over. I thought it was. We made friends with the guys. They were super nice. We hung out with. Oh you did..
The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"sun" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"At some point between the late eighteen. Hundreds and early nineteen hundreds the sun cannon fell out of use but in nineteen eighty-six a group of locals thought it could help boost tourism in the body so they formed the sun cannon club. They raised money to fix up old tower and in the years since the sun canon has become somewhat of a tourist attraction more than forty thousand people have visited in the last twelve years. Which is a big deal for a town. We're only seven thousand. People live one guy told me that the daughter of an american president wants came and watched them fire it. Though when i asked which president nobody could remember on the random friday. I came to watch the sun cannon salute. There were about ten people there. The volunteer in charge of firing the cannon was gone yet akiva and his grandson ten year old cannon near in training franck own defense. The two of them are standing on the steps leading up to the cannon tower in front of a small group of tourists is wearing his grandpa's jacket the words so kennel club or the sun. Cannon club are printed across the french the jacket just below his knees. His grandpa yawn is quizzing him on sun cannon facts he says the cannon weighs two hundred kilograms or around four hundred forty pounds. It's not loaded but it could hold a six pound cannonball about yawn checks the time it's twelve fifty ten minutes still go. Time helps him. Slide the cannon out of the tower so the barrel is pointing out of an opening in the brick. They load gunpowder out of an old ketchup bottle and into the canon one of the tourists. A little norwegian girl covers. Her ears starts to run away. her mom says don't worry we'll tell us before he shoots. It's twelve fifty two. There's time for you on to explain how the cannon works don. Lets us peek. Inside the tower the sun is shining in through a long narrow opening in the wall at one. pm when it reaches its highest point in the sky. The sun will line up perfectly with this opening in the winter. It comes in through the lower part if the window in the summer near the top until the bullet up with them they couldn't yang demonstrates how the opening directs the light towards a magnifying glass. It's the cavaliers ears job to adjust the angle of the magnifying glass. Every couple of weeks so the light from the sun is directed. Precisely the butt of the canon if everything is lined up perfectly. The light focuses on the charge of gunpowder at one pm. The heat ignites the gunpowder. And the cannon is supposed to fire yawn. says it's hard to get the angle exactly right sometimes the cannon fires a couple of minutes early or a little bit early but today has a different problem. So it's cloudy out. I say no no no so dog man only the sun will not be firing the cannon today but fortunately yang team prepared with a plan b. Instead of sun. he'll use fire. We'll paint them in the one at all. She hands a lighter to front and says was thinking. You could do the honors. I know how good you are at lighting things on fire. He says to the tourists. That's pretty much. All the two of us have in common drunk. Looks a little nervous. He puts on a pair of noise cancelling headphones that seemed too big for his head. Yawn sons him into the tower to check the time. Snark says it's still not one twelve fifty five five minutes to go. John says after flank lights the fuse. He'll have a little over two seconds to sprint out of the tower down the steps again. There's no canon ball in the canon. But it's still going to be loud chunk says should i light it now. You look at the clock one. Twelve fifty eight yang cracks. A couple of jokes to pass the time.
The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"sun" Discussed on The Atlas Obscura Podcast
"Some cannons have been around since the sixteen hundreds some of them were used on ships. The position of the sun triggered them to fire at almost exactly twelve. Pm so everyone on board would know what time it was in the seventeen hundreds. You might also have heard a son cannon in fancy park in england or france or even on a large estate where they were used to signal lunchtime in fact when son cannons were in style throughout the seventeen eighteen hundreds most of them were owned by european nobility and that how a son canon ended up in a small town in rural sweden the sun cannon in all to the body has its own tower. It's up on top of a hill and it looks like a fifteen foot tall version of a rook. That chess piece. that looks like a little castle. it's round made out of brick and there's a long narrow slot carved into the south facing side. It's been here since eighteen fifty three and it was built by the local barron and his family. The all those fats. These days it's cared for by a team of volunteers who call themselves the sun cannon club there a delightful gang of retired people who've taken responsibility for preserving the town's history but the whole organization is totally unpretentious and they're a little loosey-goosey when it comes to the foggy lor surrounding basan cannon but at least three different people including my grandmother told me this story back in the mid eighteen hundreds the barron and his wife took a trip to paris. Supposedly the baroness who was born. A commoner was terrified of boats so instead of making the relatively short trip across the baltic to mainland europe. They'd spent somewhere between two and three years. Travelling to france in a horse and carriage by finland latvia with wayne lia poland. You get the idea. I was able to verify almost none of the story. But i'm told somewhere between one and two kids were born on the way from sweden to france and when the family finally made it there and saw the sun cannon in a garden they thought would be kind of fun to have one of those to fire off parties back at home.
Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"sun" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"And i love and i felt like they just felt so true and authentic to me because i also was a drama kid in school and it gave me that same sense of freedom and a sense of being bigger part of something bigger than i than i was on my own and so it was really really curious what permission you felt that gave you. It feels like in drama class. And i think by extension sort of like being in community with like actors and performers and creative people in theater. People it feels like there is that fostering of like a space of trust and a space of community and a space. Where like you are allowed to be. Whoever you want to express yourself as because you're surrounded by all these people that are doing just that But back in ninth grade There is that element of i think. I like credit my drama teacher a lot. victoria da at northern In toronto For creating this space that felt very trusting that by some miracle in a way this like black room the blackbox theatre of the drama class. There were kids from all different clicks. Or like the jocks and like a few math kids like me. They were like they were. There's a everyone kind of all from out throughout the school. But in this in this blackbox theatre we were part of one community. It's interesting in my high school. The jocks never were part of the theater. Click johnny when did you start collecting joke books. Oh that was when i was a kid. I for whatever reason that felt the book the type of book that showed up at every garage sale one hundred one jokes about football or like one hundred and one space jokes. I still can remember like the shelf of like used books there and they're all very thin but it just like collection than collections of all these different kinds of books of one liner jokes. They're all like probably terrible jokes. But when you're a kid you're just like oh. This is this that was like one of my introductions to joke structure and humor and kind of like the very structure of a joke of like the setup and the punchline But yeah that was always the joy for going to a garage sale of like. Oh let's see if there are any any books that are like joke books that i don't have yet. Is it true that as you develop your sense of humor you started to give every presentation you had in your biology and english. Classes as comedies footage.
The Naked Scientists
"sun" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"On earth and going through the seasons every year. It's very easy to think that the sun is stable and unchanging ever present thing but it isn't because periodically there are storms on the sun just like their storms here on earth and if one of these storms should fling material our way it can cause us some very serious problems. Indeed stephanie. yardley is at university college london. She studies these phenomena. Stephanie what are they basically. They're huge bubbles of magnetic field and gas that the sun objects and they can travel at several million miles. An hour through spice. Sometimes i When they reach us in about one to three days on average then they can interact with the earth magnetic field and also. Mr isn't the sun slinging status all the time. That's called the solar wind isn't it. Yes there's little set aside a wind. This'll also energetic particles as well. So we're constantly buffeted by the phones wind but in terms of of the intense steel saying one of these cosmic burbs is far more powerful than just the normal win. That offs are way off the sun. It depends on the conditions. And that's what makes it so difficult to predict but generally the eruptions caused the spectacular despise the aurora. But that doesn't mean that we call get facts from the solar wind as well. All energetic particles. Do we know why they happen. The why the sun does this. Yes so it's all to do with the magnetic field so the sun has strong magnetic fields. And if you imagine on my slogging.
The Naked Scientists
"sun" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"We bring you the latest breakthroughs in science technology and medicine. I'm chris smith and i'm outta murphy and this week. We got a global update on covert toxic mercury in glaciers on a new glue. That comes from muscles plus. Fetch your sunglasses. Because we're looking into the science of sunlight from the past to the future. What does the sun meant to humanity the naked scientists podcast is powered by uk fast dot co dot uk covid nineteen predictably continues to hope the headlines in the uk talk is dominated by with the delta variant that we formerly called the indian variant and also a recent uptick in cases could derail the roadmap out of lockdown. For now the prime minister is standbys plans and buoyed up by impressive vaccination rates a half the uk adult population now double vaccinated says he currently sees nothing in the data to suggest we should do. Otherwise although the government are keeping their options open and things might change nevertheless the us is also in an equivalency good place elsewhere in the world though things are not looking so bullish especially in countries that early in the pandemic appear to have gotten off relatively lightly it's also turning increasingly political with pressure mounting on china as where leaders and intelligence agencies joined ranks to ask for more transparency around cova came from chris columbia university infectious diseases epidemiologist. Maureen miller for her view on the current global situation right now developed countries are in an amazing situation. I mean in new york city. Today it was our first non coup-bid deaths day since the pandemic began. I understand that the uk also had no kobe deaths yesterday. We should celebrate that but we should also be aware that the pandemic right now is at its worst phase ever because it is impacting heavily in asia as well as in latin america systems are being overwhelmed. Healthcare is not available. And unfortunately there's not enough vaccine or infrastructure to really start heavy duty vaccination in those countries. Which is exactly what needs to happen right. Now let's pick a bit then. First of all the point you made i developed. Countries are in a position less developed countries less so wise that we recognized inexperienced pandemic early and hard and we also have kind of monopolized the vaccine availability. Once it became available the idea that there would be global. Sharing has not been realized as much as was hoped. I also think in less developed countries. There was belief that it was under control because so many of these cases are asem dramatic. And that's what fuels the spread. People were not testing as much so they just assumed they had it under control and with this virus. That is a very very bad mistake. Is that really going to be the cycle. Then do you think going forward. And as we change something radically we're just gonna keep seeing cycles of lockdowns disease suppression reopening disease. Surging probably fueled by vari- the stem. From some corner of earth. I think until we get a large percentage of the population the global population vaccinated. That is a likely scenario. Ideally we would want to disrupt transmission in a big way that will happen through the vaccination and it is kind of a race against the virus because most of the vaccines work against most of the variance right now. There will be more breakthroughs. And that's what we're seeing. The variance are breaking through. But because the vaccines are effective of the outcomes they were designed to prevent which is deaths and serious disease that causes hospitalization. So we may see people getting more minor disease but that won't kill them as long as they've been vaccinated what is being proposed which is to keep up on the vaccine front with what the virus is doing so update the vaccine to make sure that it can prevent against changes are being accrued in the virus that needs some kind of surveillance system presumably doesn't like the network we have to avail normally what fluids doing exactly and i worry that we are not putting as much energy into that kind of surveillance of we should. The united states has made a decision not to monitor. Mild or as symptomatic cases that breakthrough should they be discovered. And i think that's a mistake. I think we need to really understand what is causing infection in previously vaccinated people and that keeps me up at night because one of the other points is often made. Is that if we had a surveillance system like that. We wouldn't be in the position. We're in now because we would have found corona virus in its present incarnation before it became this big headache. Yes i think it's a little bit more challenging than that. Because by the time it was discovered in wuhan it had probably been circulating for quite some time and mutating to become transmissible between humans. Really we need to identify at four. It becomes pandemic. I guess you're arguing then. That's if we have surveillance that's rooted in hospital that is triggered by a person pitching up in an extreme situation. It's already to light so we'd need some kind of on the ground network that spotting these things that a threat waiting in the wings hasn't actually realized is pandemic potential yet. Absolutely yes and i have been working on a syndrome surveillance system that be implemented in communities where spillover animal to human virus spillover is most likely to occur. But it's not just as simple as as people boots on the ground collecting samples and looking at a presentations to healthcare services to spot. These things is it. Eat needs political bias. And that's been the other major criticism and a big news story this week as well. Isn't it with cooperation. With the chinese government actually buying in to cooperate and be transparent because it would appear that they all not terribly..
Talk, Tales and Trivia
"sun" Discussed on Talk, Tales and Trivia
"Sun's heat also creates a vast amount of energy on our planet in fact pretty much all energy created and used on earth derives from the sun and one way or another. Did you know that. Many people are aware of harnessing solar energy to create power but the sun is also the main cause of the weather patterns and air currents we experience on our planet how about photosynthesis the oxygen and food. Another way energy is harvested by the sun is in the form of photosynthesis. This process is done. By plants and other auto trophic organisms and is essential for all life on earth photosynthesis involves sunlight being converted into glucose a byproduct of which is oxygen. How about gravity and the perfect distance that is made by the sun our planet and every other planet in our solar system revolves around the sun. We know that our orbit of the sun lasts for three hundred and sixty five days and the complete or forms of year on earth of course this orbital effect is caused by the sons large gravitational poll and our orbit and shores that we consistently remain at the perfect distance from the sun to reap the benefits and not experience temperatures. That are either too hot or too cold for the existence of life on earth light. Well we need light. We all need light. The sun is the main source of light on the planet and ensures the all creatures can see throughout the day. Without this light it would be very difficult to do things necessary for life. Such as attained food. Well now i wanna talk about something. That's really important and at the sun really does produce and that is vitamin d when a human is exposed to safe levels of uv light which is formed by the sun but can also be created artificially as we've talked about in my tale of caution earlier in this episode. It causes one's body to produce vitamin d via a metabolic process which is instigated from uv. Light specifically uv hitting one skin. The main purpose of vitamin d is to help the body to absorb calcium ensuring for strong bones though it is known to have many other positive effects on the body this is an absolute necessity for life to be possible on our planet it does help to ensure that life is healthy.