22 Burst results for "Salvi"

"salvi" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

07:31 min | Last week

"salvi" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"So that's the biggest focus this year is filling up the zone and so far so good. I mean, I know it's spring training, but it's been really impressive to see the intent behind a lot of these pictures. I mean, they are throwing strikes and it's really fun to see. So that's their motto and then there's another shirt. The royals are all about t-shirts. It's a catching shirt and it's all in. That's the model it was all in every pitch. And there's a big emphasis with Paul with bench coach Paul Hoover, who's overseen catching as well, of the catcher's helping out the pictures by putting their glove. You know, we're not trying to be too fine here. Set up in the middle of the plate and let them movement work for each pitcher because these guys have a lot of movement on their pitches and they think that by helping out, helping out these pictures by setting up in the middle of the zone, they're not going to try to be too fine and then get in bad counts and all of a sudden it's a massive and not bad at that point. So those are two mottos that I think the royals are really preaching this year and we'll see how it turns out, but there is a huge emphasis on strike throwing and you're seeing it in spring games. Now it's a matter of saying it in regular season games. I hope they still throw some outside pitches too. All in be pretty predictable strategy report way. I know. I did I was given over some crap about that. And I was like, oh, you got to go all in and he keeps rolling the size of me. Yeah, that was fun. I did want to ask about the catchers and sort of what the bounce you think is going to be between Melinda's salvi and I guess Freddie Furman who's also on the 40 man. I mean, Perez is an elder statesman at this point. I think he's their oldest position player that we have projected to be on the opening day roster. So I imagine that they want to try to keep him fresh. How do you think that it's going to shake out in terms of those three and how much time they're going to spend behind the plate? Yeah, salvi is going to catch the majority of games still as long as he's healthy. And then you're going to see MJ Melendez in the corner outfield probably left field like he played last year. On the days that salvage behind the plate, couple a couple days a week, depending on the schedule, MJ will catch B salvi's backup catcher, and salvi will DH or you won't want to take a day off. So he'll definitely DH. But that's kind of the setup they have right now going into the season, that can change obviously based on injury. I'm really interested to see what the royals do with Freddy fermin. Do they have a third catcher on the roster as kind of a backup guy in case the royals get into a bind with MJ in the outfield, salvi behind the plate, you know, if an injury happens in game or something like that. So last year they did carry a third catcher most of the time, I'm interested to see how it all shakes out. I think it'll depend a little bit on what their bench looks like. But Freddie is a really good catcher. I really enjoy watching them and he's got a ton of energy. So it'll be kind of interesting to see how that shakes out for them as we get closer to opening day. Now that pitchers can call their own pitches with pitch come, will a royals catcher call a pitch for Zack Greinke this season. And they haven't yet so far and spring training games. So that is a great question. I think Zach really, really wants that to be implemented for the regular season. I make so much sense for a guy like him. And the catchers love it too. And he loves it. So it makes a lot of sense. And yeah, it's a great question. If he's allowed to have that pitch receiver, our trans winner, I guess, on his belt or glove or whatever it is. Yeah, I don't think he's going to let anybody call his pitches. Royals are interesting because on the one hand, you know, the gap between them and say the guardians and even the White Sox and twins is pretty substantial at least if you go by last year's record, but the central does still feel relatively winnable and I'm curious sort of how they view themselves within the context of the division and when they think they might be in a position to really start to challenge, if not for the AL central crown than for a wild card spot somewhere else. Yeah, absolutely. I mean, even this year, it just seems like for the royals to be in the position they are. They're also in the best division when it comes to. There's not a clear cut winner. I think the twins are going to be good and the White Sox have some pieces. So in the guardians, obviously, from last year, but there's not someone who is by far and away going to take the division. I do think the royals are looking at 2024, 2025 as their years to kind of get back into that contention window. Anything can happen obviously, but if the way that they, the way they wanted to play out, you know, take a good step forward this year with the pitching, have the headers adjust in their second years for a lot of them. And then start to bring in the pieces that really take them to that next step, that next winning level in the next coming years. Where does the royals ballparks search stand as it relates to public funding and sites and from your perspective, I guess how imperative is it that the royals have a new ballpark? Because I know they're looking for a downtown site that would be closer to the city. But on the other hand, Kaufman has always been and remains beautiful and renovated in the not too distant past. So I assume royals fans would be sorry to see it go, even if they had a shorter commuter and easier commute. So give us the pros and cons of the royal search for a new park and is it largely motivated by the location or is it more about the real estate development and how every team wants to make their complex into not just a ballpark, but a way to make money in other ways too. Yeah, I think it's definitely both of those. So the rules have a lot of questions to answer when it comes to this. If they want the stadium to be kind of on the ballot for voters in August, there's a lot of questions to answer before that a lot of information that they need to make public, first of all, is the location that they're looking at. I don't think that's too far off, but it's definitely going to be downtown. They've got about three or four locations that they've narrowed it down to that they want the ballpark and it's the ballpark district as they call it, to be downtown. They went on a they called it a listening to or this off season, it was more public presentation. They were given information, taking questions about this process. So there's a lot of questions to be answered still, and I think, but one thing is clear, you know, the roles want to go downtown, they view it as a much better investment than staying at compensating and renovating it, which is sad because Kaufman is awesome. It's really pretty, but there is a commitment that I've heard is to bring a lot of the elements that people love about Kauffman stadium to this downtown ballpark if it gets there. And you know, we're looking at a couple of years down the road still. I mean, 2027 is probably the earliest that the royals can be playing in that new stadium, as long as everything passes, but like I said, a lot of questions to be answered still by the team. So what are the biggest questions that the royals really need to answer this season are closing question is always what would constitute success for this team and of course you could say everything possible goes right and no one gets hurt and they somehow win a wild card or something like that. But barring that, I guess would be the absolute best case scenario what would be the ways to gauge whether the season was a success, whether it's progress on the pharma system or just

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A New Respect for the Original Founder of Twitter

The Trish Regan Show

02:06 min | 11 months ago

A New Respect for the Original Founder of Twitter

"This is really something this next story I appreciate this, you know? I had kind of written Jack Dorsey off, but lately he's become a little bit more entertaining and perhaps a little bit more authentic. There are some pretty strong words, tweets, thoughts, from Jack Dorsey out this week. He was alleging an exchange on social media on none other than Twitter. The company he founded that he's on the board of and is about to step down from, that CNN created conflict during protests in Ferguson, Missouri. Remember that way back in, I guess it was 2014. So this was a thread about CNN and fake news, endorsing said, and I quote here, I know this from being on the streets of Ferguson during the protests and watching them try to create conflict and film it, causing the protesters to chant F CNN. It all started because CNN's media reporter, Brian stelter over there said, and I quote Tucker Carlson is always selling the same thing. This was a reference to a piece that he tweeted out about how Fox was trying to effectively sell doubt. And Dorsey wrote back and said, and you are all selling hope? In other words, I think he gets it? These mainstream media companies are all trying to sell something. And by the way, is not hope. I mean, he's being sarcastic there because you know, CNN is on one side of things. You get Fox on the other, but they're all, this is why I love, by the way, independent media. Again, make sure that you subscribe to this channel and to this podcast. But you know, they're all kind of, they've got bigger agendas. Anyway, newsmax is correspondent Alex salvi took to his Twitter account and accused Dorsey of trying to defend Carlson and then Dorsey responded saying, you know what? Quote, not defending a thing. And added up that he was adding that he was just holding up a mirror. So just a mirror at what they're all trying to do.

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"salvi" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"PDF. Let's get back into the show. And we're back with the Billy Samoa salvi from the for the love of podcast podcast and the insight out podcast. You can find both of those links down in the show notes and I've already taken so many tangible things to my business that I think can help me to be a better podcasters from a lot of the things that Billy shared with his story. And it's been insightful to say the least to talk about rolling on E and what his movie did, him working with Tesla and the experiences that he's been able to share with us. And those four main things that he mentioned on how to gain insight will probably stay with me forever, just like putting yourself into the right position where your brain can allow that to happen. Like meditating, even showering or going on a walk or whatever it means to take a breather that really resonated with me, and it really made me feel like I've got to spend that time. If I want to improve, if I want to have more insight in my life, that I'm going to need to be intentional about not working so damn hard and just like go, go, go and what traditional people say is really what we need to do, which is like hustle hustle grind. Like this four step process is really impactful for me. The second one was don't let those moments pass you by. So like when they're happening, write them down, take note of them, just like a dream can pass you mentioned. The third one was asking yourself taking some time after you've written them down and just to look at them in your journal or wherever you're putting them and say, is this worth my time? Is it worth my time to carve out that time to say, should I do that thing that kind of came to me in my quiet moments? And that last one, which was that nothing happens without a vision, nothing at all happens if we don't have a clear path of where we're going..

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"salvi" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on WTOP

"At preventing drunk driving The technology will take the guesswork out of blood alcohol measurement by letting the driver quickly easily and reliably know if they are at or above the legal limit Virginia DMV commissioner Rick holkham says the Schneider national company will install it in 8 of its trucks The system measures the alcohol in the driver's natural exhaled breath and our professional drivers have said that it's fast and unintrusive Tom de salvi with Schneider if the driver's blood alcohol level is above the limit the truck won't move forward near log can stay double the TLP news Coming up and money news the millions of Americans who've quit their jobs 1123 Today's innovation and government report highlights the government's IT modernization opportunities Chris ahern the vice president of federal at smartsheet says using a collaborative work management platform has shown agencies can improve productivity in some cases by as much as 40% From a project management perspective almost every project involves multiple people multiple teams it becomes a natural bottleneck if you can't share the data in terms of what's going on Typically if I'm running a project you know I need people to review various documents and things like that I need people to approve things doing that And some of the old school legacy products if you will is difficult to do So it was really that ability to have a simpler interface and get more work done And allow people to see what you're doing Cloud based instance single source of truth probably a little bit overused but there's a lot of limited to it Let smartsheet Keras off in their reseller partners help you imagine what your agency is capable of Listen to the full program at federal news network dot com Keyword innovation in government With just one spray of micro band 24 your hard surfaces are sanitized for up to 24 hours Touch after touch after touch So 6 hours from now Still sanitized 12 hours 18 hours We're really doing this 24 hours When used as directed one spray of micro band keeps killing 99.9% of bacteria touch after touch for Yeah up to 24 hours Wow Micro band 24 The sanitizer four out of 5 doctors would use in their own homes So why aren't you Money news of 25 and 55 Now here's Jeff claypool Just 35 points Wednesday but the NASDAQ rally more than a half percent There'll be.

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"salvi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:39 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks welcome back. I'm talking to Sarah salvi and astrophysicist. Sarah selve Andrew, you were just describing to us the process of how these massive massive stars suck themselves down. Their own gravity crushes them down down down down down. To become neutron stars. But some of the largest ones keep going. This is where it gets inconceivable. So gravity there's no way around it. The mass is the mass, the mass doesn't change so the gravity doesn't change, so but the power of the gravity of something like this to do this eventually as you said goes past neutron stars down to what we call black holes. So do we know how many black holes are on the universe roughly speaking? Yeah, I did the calculation for this chapter in my book and quintillions is my estimate. If you estimate how many massive stars there are in a typical large galaxy like our own that will end up as black holes, and then not to mention the supermassive black holes that are at the core of each of these galaxies and how many galaxies out there host them. It's found in the quintillions in the observable universe. Quintillions. That's kind of a big number. So we'll just get past that. This is amazing stuff. So at what point did your study of black holes and the discovery of black holes that history lead you to be thinking about God so I actually study the big, big brother of these stellar mass black holes? Supermassive black holes. These are even more mysterious because nobody knows how these things form. They are millions or billions of times the mass of our sun. They lurk at the core of most galaxies that we've observed and sometimes when they become really active, they're kind of like volcanos. They can be dormant or they can be active. And when they have material, the feet on them shredded up stars, gas that gets dislodged from somewhere in the galaxy and they spiral down and feed this monster. And it lights up. And it becomes so bright that we can see them from billions of light years away. These quasars as they're called are what I became really fascinated with. So quasars are a version of black holes. Is that what I'm picking up? They are supermassive black holes that are actively feeding on material and basically they're the exploding cores of galaxies. Super extreme. This is but you're saying we don't quite know how they formed. Is that what you're saying? We don't know how they form. They're so massive. They're so large. And we see them at such early points in the development of the universe that there's not enough time for them to build up gradually from smaller black holes. They just seem to show up. We don't know where they came from. That's actually I've not heard that. That is really amazing. I mean, the term quasar has been around at least since the 60s. I only remember that because we had a TV that was quasar by Motorola. That's right. And so quasars were kind of popping up in our cultural vocabulary over 50 years ago, but you're telling me that even now we don't know how they formed. In other words, your basic, the basic idea of how a monster star begins to shrink down. It takes billions of years. You're saying that these quasars are so big that we can't even comprehend. In other words, do we know the original object? Can we postulate the original object from which it evolved, so to speak? One idea is that you get what are called seed black holes that are hundreds of thousands of times the mass of the sun that just sort of develop very early in the universe, I don't know about what mechanism. It's not really known. We haven't figured it out yet. That's pretty amazing that we don't know that. I'm amazed just to hear that because I thought we kind of figured this stuff out. So you were studying those things, which do sound just beyond our comprehension. They are behind a company at this point. But it was studying that that somehow made you think about God, what was it in that process? So we were trying to study the chemical abundances of the universe very early not long after the big thing. What that requires is for us to look at a light source. You can think of a cosmic lightbulb behind these primordial gas clouds that we're trying to study. It'll light it up so that we can see what's in there, chemically. And so we use quasars because they're even more distant than these primordial gas clouds. They're extremely bright. And I was just thinking all of the things that had to fall into place in order for us to answer this question that we can identify chemical elements by their spectra that we can find these cosmic lightbulbs that are just the right distance to write brightness for us to see them, to me it just seemed highly improbable that this all happened by chance. Why is the universe so intelligible? Why is it so orderly? Why is it so beautiful? And to me, immediately, the answer that came to mind was God, that makes the most sense. When you talk about quasars as being essentially super sized black holes, but you say that they give off a lot of light. I thought that black holes were so strong that they sucked light into themselves. How are quasars different? That's a good question. I can ask that all the time. The really interesting thing is that you have to get super close to a black hole before you cross that point of no return, the event horizon. Now, as material spirals down onto this black hole, you can think of, say, water going down a drain in your sink, it just spirals down, and then it goes in. Now because the gravity near a black hole is so extreme, this material gets super sped up, almost to the speed of light. It's spiraling in. It's very viscous, these layers are just kind of rubbing up against each other. It becomes superheated to the point that it shines very brightly just before it plunges into the black hole. This is what we see. Yeah, this is so amazing. Folks are talking to Sarah Sally and or astrophysicist. And by the way, I'm not an astrophysicist. We'll.

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Astrophysicist Sarah Salviander Shares Her Story

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:23 min | 1 year ago

Astrophysicist Sarah Salviander Shares Her Story

"Sarah salvi and her welcome. Thank you so much. Am I pronouncing your name correctly? Yeah, you are. Right on. Okay. That's really my goal in these interviews. You're an astrophysicist. Not many people that I know of can can legitimately say yes, I am an astrophysicist. So anybody who's an astrophysicist, you want to say, how did that happen? But especially if it is a woman to whom I'm talking to, I'm all the more intrigued because as we know women tend to be underrepresented underrepresented in the sciences, at least so I've been told. So what is your story? Where did you grow up and how did you find your way into being an astrophysicist and then later on, we'll talk about God and black holes and all that amazing stuff. But tell us your story. Okay, yeah, I grew up in Canada. I'm actually an American, but my parents moved us up to Canada at a young age. They were atheist socialist kind of political activist types. They wanted us to grow up in a more secular atmosphere and so we were raising peace my brother and I. And at a young age, I became a space junkie. I'm going to credit Star Wars and Star Trek. This is the stuff that I grew up with. Just absolutely fell in love with space. And for a long time, I wanted to be an astronaut, but when I realized that actual space travel involved very uncomfortable conditions and wasn't at all like being on the starship enterprise, I kind of gave that up. You said I'd rather wait 500 years until they work out those kinks because I don't want to be cramped in a capsule, right? Yeah, so incredibly uncomfortable conditions not glamorous and exciting at all. Like you see in the movies. And so I decided that I wanted to explore space in a different way, which is through science. And so I became dedicated to the idea that I was going to become some kind of a space scientist, either an engineer, or a scientist, tried engineering first didn't really like it. And then majored in physics and absolutely fell in love with it. And I was lucky enough to get summer intern position at UC San Diego, working it for the center of astrophysics and space sciences. Got to do some cosmological work, Big Bang the astrophysicists just

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"salvi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

YEK YEK JE

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on YEK YEK JE

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"salvi" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

The Last American Vagabond

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on The Last American Vagabond

"It's hit knows it's got something foreign to the body and it's not supposed to be there so salvi incredible. It's it's it's it's amazing our two point where you know your body's telling you there's a problem and we're going to listening to authority figures. Who tell us no no it safe and effective and it's meant to be that way which contrast how it used to be right before this but speaking to the the adverse events before i go in i want to talk about the specific on h. One strain and where that's at compared to today that you touched on the adverse events so just quickly in your opinion. What's your thoughts on that in regard to signals. We're seeing from places like bears or just touched on yesterday. Vigia access from who shows over two million worldwide. I'm sure as much more than that. Just what are your thoughts on that. Well what am i guess. One of my thoughts is you know everybody can argue about what those numbers are. But you know seriously in one thousand nine hundred ninety six and i was dealing with patients in the hospital in nineteen seventy six. Although as an orderly you know we had guillaume berate neurologic disease associated with the swine flu vaccine and after the first twenty five people died. Everybody said will stop that. That's a bad idea and mainstream media. Did these i mean sixty minutes did a great expose on showing that and exposing some of the some of the lies that were going on with it. So part of me says well. I don't really care whether it's twelve thousand or forty thousand dead people. I mean we kind of pass twenty-five along time ago right and and You know everything about this. Inflammation of blood. Clotting that. I'm sorry i know it's my theory from nineteen ninety four and and i it sounds a little bit. You know self serving to keep playing it out but at what point in time do people have to because they get a lot of people say oh yeah we know about that theory okay. Well then when are we going to apply people because it's it's being applied. I mean thank czars. For validating. The theory i guess But the reality is when you're seeing people have massive problems. Okay you should. You should raise a question. The other thing that people frequently don't get too. Is that the emergency use authorization documents that are and i've got him on the website. If you actually read those you come away and scientifically statistically analyze those. You come away with a difference. A different reality okay. The truth of the matter is is that if you look at the data not the vaccine efficacy garbage okay. The did the absolute risk reduction. Is there really a difference between what happens if you vaccinate somebody and you don't and you and you take and you analyze the data. That's actually in the emergency use authorization documents and i've done this and i presented it on for me ad nauseam number of presentations like he can't be that interesting but apparently nobody else is doing this. So i'm going to keep beating it to death until somebody gets the gets the point if you look at the the pfizer vaccine and you do the math. The statistical analysis based on their data not mine there is no statistical difference in the outcomes of vaccinated or non vaccinate people. If you do it for madonna there is no statistical. Difference in the outcomes if you do it for janssen at fourteen weeks it turns out. There is at what's called a point zero five level..

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"salvi" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

The Spivey Special Podcast

02:25 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast

"Sherzer your es. I mean not mueller. Then no the last few starts. I think scherzer's point seven cents. He came over nine starts or whatever it is you have to guy. Has you know the pedigree. He's been there before old man shortly. Sean him cardinals they're scrappy. You guys that game are we'll go. Yeah so giants are up three nothing. Currently they have a game lead on the dodgers. The dodgers are down. I believe ten five now. You just told us before we got on here. We're not looking at that one anymore. Looking like a two game advantage for the giants about eleven or ten or eleven law doable but when the giants don't lose it's hard to catch them absolutely are actually. Tell me about this. Al wire well card. it's getting spicy. It is spice Other red sox were on top little got going red sox red hot. I believe they've won seven in a row so they gotta believe a two game lead. They're going to be most likely the first wildcard there and then it's another to aol teams battling for the second one. The yankees in the blue jays are currently a half game apart. When i looked so i mean any of those three teams that could flip flop the as were in it. They choked away. They're about four out. I think classic air mariners are in it but they had the same record going the tonight. I think the mariners were up for to wine so tired again. It's hard to catch teams in jumped teams. Lose to the red sox you know kyle shorter there two thousand sixteen world series champ with the cubs at two bombs tonight which i always check so nice roten form. We got any other We got any you get a loved. salvi peres the most home runs catcher share. Some of them. I believe were as a d. h. But he got to the forty six mark as a catcher. That's pretty impressive at term. Twenty to twenty five and hidden to fifty year thrilled with your catcher. So.

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"salvi" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

Boston Public Radio Podcast

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on Boston Public Radio Podcast

"I want to correct you. I wanna correct that line. Because it's attributable to a local guy who you may have heard of barney. Frank who i think specifically says abortion opponents believe life begins at conception and ends at birth which is one of the great lines and sadly i think true. You know jonathan. I want to skip from not skip from but segue from economics to politics. I was gonna say to you. But i'm gonna hesitate a little that as convincing as the research shared with us is. It's my reaction originally at least initially. Was you know. It's a nice academic exercise. But it has no impact on anybody's thinking. And before i said it to you i remembered somebody marjorie probably remembers but you probably don't name. Was debbie weinstein. Who ran something called the mass human services coalition. And she was lobbying for a winter coat allowance from legislature. I think it was something as small as fifty bucks and she was unsuccessful year after year and getting the legislature approved this on humanitarian grounds on moral grounds on decency grounds and she had an economic analysis done and showed that almost all of that fifty dollars will be spent in small local businesses clothing outlets. So that only was it good for the poor person who couldn't afford a decent outer garment for herself for her family or whatever but obviously it was good for surrounding small businesses and ultimately that turned the tide and the legislature ended up approving this clothing allowance so my long winded setup for the question for you is heavy. Thought about the politics of this. I mean it's a tough one to discuss an economic terms. But if you thought about whether or not the arguments does move anybody on the margins around these issues or no you know i mean jim. I'd love to think so. I think that that's why. I really want to emphasize to my mind. So just speaking personally. It is very influential. How i think about the abortion debate. But that's why. I want to say that in some sense to me. It's almost there's whether it moves your opinion but it's also making people realize that the decision-making abortions have consequences for a nation decades. And that i would like to think that would affect people sticking in two ways one is. I would like to think that if someone is truly on the fence about abortion then maybe this would influence their thinking about how they feel about it but my guess is that's not a lot of people but the second one influence it is. I would hope that people it would make people who are opposed to abortion recognize that they should then realize there's a moral obligation in my view to vote for more support born because because abortions restricted. You know i. I think there's two ways that one is influencing if you on lesson many but i think it's unambiguous unambiguous. That people cannot turn a blind eye to the need. The extra needs that will emerge as these kids are born. But you think this is important because there's also this cavalier line well you know women have abortions as a form of control and women have abortions. Because they're upset that it's going to ruin their sophomore year of college and when you look at really what goes on. I mean forget back. When john salvi shot shop the abortion clinics in brookline..

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"salvi" Discussed on Find Joy with Joyan

Find Joy with Joyan

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on Find Joy with Joyan

"Worthy of having this i'm worthy of being promoted unworthy of being married i'm worthy of having children unworthy of by not house or were whatever it is going on that spiritual track whatever it is the thing is that you wanna do your worthy of having it. I really don't think that people think of things that they want and less. They're worthy of having it now separately. You're gonna have to come up with your plan on how to get it right. And if you allow your energy to go towards positive to say well if if i know that i'm worthy of having this what's the first thing that i need to do to make the top and and pour your energy into making it happen rather than you know being angry about why you didn't get it right. We don't we really don't know why other people get the things that they want. But i will say that most of the time if somebody is getting what they want it's because they think they're worthy of having it and we can all step into that. Yeah and to work on show. I definitely know yes exactly. yeah jackley. So he's the opposite is the obviously jeddah's and tyler salvi kanawha ahead we can have to have is. Your dad is important to shift our my senator abi to say that i could have ahead strong right. Can i say one more thing about that too. Which is that other people. Success has nothing to do with our success. Right it's not a. It's not zero-sum game. We can all just because somebody else gets something. It doesn't mean there's less for us right. I mean it could be that. Yes you work in a company and there's only one Promotion vp happening. This quarter right and maybe somebody else gets it. You don't get it but we all are individuals and we all like just because somebody else is successful or happy doesn't mean that they're taking success and happiness away from us like we all have the propensity to be happy and successful But we will do it in our own way and so comparing ourselves to somebody else is actually pointless because they're not identical to us. They have different values. They've got different goals. They've got different experiences and backgrounds than we do and we'll find own path. It's so it's really important to realize that you know we're all uniquely..

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"salvi" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on Artificial Intelligence (AI Podcast) with Lex Fridman

"That consciousness is fundamental to the human mind Or we're just creatures of habit got used to having cautiousness maybe just takes a lot of Either chemical substances or a lot of like mental work to escape that i mean it's like trying to launch a rocket the energy that has to be put in to create escape velocity from the gravitational pull of this thing called planet of immense. Yeah well the same thing is true for for us to abandon our sense of conscious salvi amount of biological substances the amount of wacky stuff that you have to do to truly get escape velocity from your conscious self. What does that tell us about. Then the fundamental state of conscious self it also probably says that did It's quite useful to have consciousness for For survival and for just operation in this world and perhaps for intelligence. I'm one of the on a aside. People that think that intelligence requires consciousness like higher levels of general intelligence requires consciousness. Most people in a field think like consciousness in intelligence or fundamentally different. You could build a computer that super intelligent. It does not to be conscious. I think that if you define super intelligence by being good adjust yes make you define superintendence as being able to operate in this living world the humans and be able to perform all kinds of different tasks consciousness. It seems to be some all fundamental to Like to do to richly integrate yourself into the human experience into society. If feels that get to be a conscious being. But then we don't even know what consciousness is and we certainly don't know how to engineer it in our machines. I love the fact that there are still questions. That are so embryonic because you know. I suspect it's the same with you. Answers to me are simply ways to get two more questions questions. were christians. Ten miana answers less. So and i love the fact that we all still embryonic in our sense of arguing about even what the definition of consciousness is but i also find it fascinating i i.

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"salvi" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"Oh what were people. Think around thirty k. Actually do matter quite a bit one hundred cave. I mean what are you thinking around it because like using my head. One hundred k. Is going to be. That's going to be a massive number one k. Was a bit like ten k. Was as i remember ten k. We shot straight through but one hundred camping. Can that is a massive number. That's going to be. A number of people are going to think about. Perhaps people are going to be trying to be one step ahead and be selling ninety five people think about that but perhaps it will be ninety like in this kind of like psychological game in my head thinking about is i guess you all thinking about it. Yeah i mean what one thing. I would say that i think the most times. I've tried souffles like logical games like that In cryptic trading have gone badly insofar as like I often find that the the level one explanation and up to sort of being the correct one An example might be off like it's pretty well known that like like not well known but like a common mantra incorporating world is to buy the rumor sell of news Like when like bitcoin happening for instance. Good example Where people were talking about the happening. A lot And sort of the conventional wisdom of like for all of these like all these events is always like oh like it's gonna rally going into it and if you like think about it like if i know that like if i if i'm like a traitor who knows Every every time every time there's any events you're supposed to buy into like salvi. Event itself I should just buy like before. That i should maybe by two months before the event because everyone knew what it was going to happen But it's still happen like it's a the rally into the events still did happen and it happens again with the with the the london for And gallic if you level yourself would be things like by way before the event and not like in the weeks leading up but you still are. I guess supposed to buy in the weeks leading up 'cause level the level isolation still right So i would. I would advise against level yourself on the. Oh maybe i'll sell ninety k. Because the market's going to try and do that like it. Lovely doesn't work in crypto. And that's one of the things i thought maybe happen during this bull market because i think we we got up to like sixty km and everyone so bullish and people say no. It's going to get him tea. And then we go to the hundred people's arrogance. I three hundred k. This bull market and people were looking at the the charts from two thousand seventeen and it was kind of very similar. A few thirty dips. But we're definitely not gonna see a fifty percent dip because let didn't happen in two thousand seventeen. I felt like what was that. What was that. What happened was too many people. Were leveraged up too..

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"salvi" Discussed on ESPN Daily

ESPN Daily

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on ESPN Daily

"In common with no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts banking capital. One is like the easiest decision in the history of decisions kind of choosing the listen to another episode of your favorite podcasts and with our top rated app you can deposit checks and transfer money anytime anywhere making capital one and even easier decision. That is banking reimagined. What's in your wallet. Terms apply capital one. Na member fdic. here's another story. I want you to know not a whole lot of people are talking about this devin funchess thing and if you missed this devin funchess thing entirely as i suspect you did. Here's what the packers receiver said in a press conference over the weekend while talking about reading reporters faces in the age of masks alike smile. Tell you smiling. I see stays. Icu rego chinky. Now i don't think devin funchess intended to insult billions of people when he used the word chinky while pointing to the corners of his own eyes and smiling and i happen to have the same read on the women's soccer team. Incidentally which very randomly tweeted out a photo. Two days before punches spoke where one of their players sa- chillier salvi was seen smiling and pulling her is back while wearing an orange cone as some sort of rice paddy style hat but while funches and you vent us have both apologized which you know cool. I guess. I mostly just wanted to be clear about something here. The term chink stands atop the medal. Stand of the most classic and i mean textbook anti asian racial slurs and the whole squinty slanty stuff. That's not some obscure thing to us. Either basically the free bird of anti-asian racist gestures. I am not exaggerating. When i tell you that pretty much. Every asian-american person. I know has been disrespected degraded honestly in these ways intentionally or not in our own lives so the most disturbing thing about funchess and you vent this innocently. Doing that stuff is not that you know we. Asians may have heard those words and seeing those gestures and instantly been triggered into some kind of emotional devastation. It's actually just the simple fact that so many people still have zero functional idea what the most obvious forbes of anti asian racism even our. I mean just think about how small the ask is here. Because nobody's even being asked to know why. This stuff is insanely disrespectful although sure it would be nice if people read up on the history of anti asian racism from the chinese exclusion. Act to vincent cheng to everything this year but instead all people are really being asked to know is an asian person like in real life and they truly don't because we could probably cut down on stuff exactly like this happening again and again and again if people would just consider what an actual asian person might think about whatever it is you happen to be saying almost as if we are here to and looking at you right in the eye i pop papa. Torah and this has been espn daily. I'll talk to you tomorrow..

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"salvi" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

04:27 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on Spinning Plates with Sophie Ellis-Bextor

"Twitter. jay talk talk was doing these amazing vaccine understanding videos guys could team halo great content available this really accessible and i think we all want to learn and i want to learn. I want to learn much more about the other aspects of pandemic response down and then going forward. Yeah con continuing to learn. Because that's how upset. I think actually michael go can be wrong about that really. Because i think that the miss the misplaced thing is i think people are bored of not knowing always knowing where to get reliable data but i think when it comes to experts. I think people are really really open to that. I think everybody wants to feel reassured and given lots of information actually agree. Yeah this is this is the case. So he's on by making mistakes wrong as well so there has to be some understanding of the fat. I date set which is as an object can be talk in more than one way particularly when it comes to things like modeling and trying to predict future which are always extremely challenging but and then interpreting means and then what we should do as a response to a data salvi. See none of these things that we questions I'm sorry the interplay between science and policy and journalism complicated spices. Being but isn't decide that we shouldn't try get good quality information and then get lots of different voices of opinion out there And and perhaps stop some of this force equipped boy. If ninety percent of the scientists agree that is i and then ten percent think is being maybe should give a bit more weight to how we quite manage stats. Yeah i think it's also about making sure that people feel that the the information is important for people as enthusiastic with you as you are about people actually understanding and getting to grips with it. Because i think that's what's really important when you watch the best. Teachers are the ones that don't actually is not about having all the answers. It's the ones that just really want. All the people listening to feel empowered by any any information from it that they're grasping and to.

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"salvi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks i'm talking to astrophysicists. Sarah salvi ender sarah. It's really amazing to hear you talk about some of these things because you are yourself a scientist your lifelong scientists dedicated to the study of science. Tell us how your study of science lead you to be believed. There's some creator and then eventually a to believe it's the god of the bible. You just talked about genesis one. Why do you think we don't hear about this more often. Because this is a kind of slam dunk argument and it strikes me that people who are dedicated atheists have to be wriggling uncomfortably at this point. Only do i encountered this on social media all the time quite active on twitter and this is something that i like to bring up over and over because i think he'd been kind of spellbound do not see the miraculous nisa genesis. One until i bring this up is the only accounts the only mythological account that lists these events and list them in the correct order. And i've actually calculated the odds of that. I've counted twenty seven separate. Testable statements genesis. One you want to know the odds of someone just guessing that in the correct order by chance it's one out of ten billion billion in other words. Not by chance was not luck. wait billion billion. Is that quinta leeann. That i don't know what that is. A billion i think i think it said chilean. It's even more. It's it's it is one followed by eighteen. Zeros ladies and gentlemen kind of a big number while so honestly this This is taking you on the path that you're on where you talk about faith and science Where can people find you on twitter. That is my main hang out is looked me up. Sarah salvi under on twitter but you do have a website. I think i do sarah. Sabi dot com that leads to different portals. I've got a. I got my blog which i have not been actively maintaining because i've been writing a book. Tell us about this book. This is a book. T. mostly aimed at high school and college students but obviously going to be something readable by anybody. And it's how to defend your christian faith against the most common scientific attacks. When will that book becoming out since you're writing it now. I've got to submit the manuscript in a few months hopefully within about a year. Yeah well we've got to have you one To talk about that and Because this is just all very important. The more i've studied at the more. I become absolutely astonished at how clearly sciences leading us to faith and it's the anti is the opposite of the narrative. We've been fed. You know all of our lives. Basically and you know going back to darwin practically that that The more science teaches us the more it pushes out the need for god and then something flipped and suddenly. It's going in exactly the opposite direction. And i don't even think. I don't even think it's logically contestable. Which is a strange thing to say. But the evidence is so overwhelming. I only think that it's an issue of getting that information out to the public. Which is why. I wrote my book because i said most people don't know about this and it is just something that's developed rather recently correct absolutely. It is astonishing and people need to know about this well. It's just wonderful finally to get to meet you even if it's Via skype resume. We'll have to have more conversations. This is very important..

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"salvi" Discussed on Tessa and Elliot Argue

Tessa and Elliot Argue

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"salvi" Discussed on Tessa and Elliot Argue

"There's nothing like happening just like grinding right. Which i guess sex's just grinding on things. Just some things are in other. yeah. I don't know i guess it is. I mean somebody. Somebody's go wieners. When you're watching porn you'd see those they are there. Somebody pointed out that most sex more most porn is marketed towards men with the advantage and that includes lesbian set like porn is marketed. Mo- mobile one hundred percents and so somebody pointed that out and he was like news. No news talk. Well it is. But i don't know if i agree with that hot. Take the agree with that okay. You don't because i don't find the man part of it attractive. If i'm watching adult film it is solely based on the you. The appearance of the female does how big city is this goth. Now my god so the new one phenomenal guide. Okay on tiktok pornhub aboard the hub. The hub okay salvi. something is a username. it's she's like a she's a star. She's like a big name. So i can name. This is gonna say now right now. I very even more adult film stars. The shit would be comfortable name. Five right now A name five and cutting out. Oh let's see there's a adrian shit chechik. She got really well. She married her. Because of your mom's house because tom would play clips of lake her instagram stories. Or whatever yeah or she was talking about. I have a dp on friday on saturday. Mvp on sunday or this girl is like having like the for her work yet right. She's doing all these crazy things. She's like kinda crazy. Gonzo i think is what that's called like. When it's like insane you know like gonzo from up. It's yeah does real crazy stuff okay. She is pretty but she does. Crazy stuff So that's how i like. She sticks out because like oh. She's kind of crazy. Why didn't you have jenna jameson. She's like the most popular of the old school. Ones dp. double penetration.

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Underground Psychotherapy with Friederike Meckel Fischer

The Drug Science Podcast

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Underground Psychotherapy with Friederike Meckel Fischer

"So you started off as what we would call an occupational doctor working for people who are in in factories and as and then you realize it. Psychotherapy was a necessary thing for you to learn. And then you realize that psychogenic potentially expand your capacity and understanding is a secretary position. Is that right in the tropic. Breath wedged i. It was the first encounter and it helped me to really get into my synopsis stuff that i had one of fully dissociates for life and the fact of the being able to open up nauseousness and was the the key job. So then you saw tartlets. Therapists are not not person was in switzerland or germany dim it. It was one of the members of the foundation of the sept. The swiss association Everything was difficult than but the training. I hit a time was very. It was profound for me not drama but learning to to sit still and be with the substance with steel so decided. This was a with india may. St's side into sippy arrived so you very experienced. Yes we can come up salvi about the substances and help with the ups kitty and then having done on your husband must be one of the few lawyers. He went through the same processes. Yes see. I thought that if i do a deep deep process may change what i did actually than we have to share this in So he led the way along with me and he never regretted you

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Fashioning the Philippines with Mark Lewis Higgins

Dressed: The History of Fashion

02:01 min | 2 years ago

Fashioning the Philippines with Mark Lewis Higgins

"Here today. To discuss your mother salvos higgins extraordinary. Life and legacy. I am so excited to have you here today. And it's actually something you yourself have been instrumental in preserving not only with this wonderful retrospective of her work but also as a co director of groundbreaking fashion school which we are going to discuss a little bit later on in this conversation. But i i would just love if you start by introducing us to your mother's early life and formative years perhaps even starting with the very event that earned her her name will curiously enough. My mother was not born in manila. She was she wasn't born in the big city. She was born in one of the provinces in the gospel famous where a douglas mcarthur landed. A returned some. She was born in in the province to very conservative. Pure chinese other very conservative. Good gas victorian catholic milder so how she turned out the way she did. Is anybody's guess. And it was the era because my grandfather was chinese. It was the era of big families. So there were many siblings seven of them altogether but there were two or three other. Babies died of childbirth or soon after an apparently my mother was one of them because her her name when she was born or the name given to her was an amanda jones but then apparently she told me as a baby she got sick and she claims she died and so they were preparing this baby for burial in cleaning the baby and a chinese relative appears knocking on the door with some mysterious madison and ministers to the baby and she started to turn radan started crying so my grandmother being the good catholic named her salvi. Some wow that's such a wonderful story. Yeah

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"salvi" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:44 min | 2 years ago

"salvi" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"The media kind of gave the by ticket a pass on a lot of these issues because for example when the decision was made to do away of the pipeline many unions across the country were voicing their concerns. They were saying you know. This is going to cost jobs of our members. And i think that goes to show you that. Maybe it's the failed union leadership for example maybe not vetting the type of policies. Maybe it's the media's fault for not vetting the policies as well but there are many working class go when it comes to you know what it comes down to who has a pig of wasted washington saudi arabia or the union leaders over re president by washing. You know it's a strong point. Because i've even talked to some conservationists over the past couple of days and they make the point that pulling the permit on the xl pipeline that does nothing to example break way from fossil fuels in fact if anything many those Crude materials are going to be transported through truck or railway things that are proven to be more dangerous than a pipeline itself so and you brought up for example the point before that when you talk about energy independence in the united states. It's not just an economic issue or an environmental issue. It also is national security concerns. That's one of the reasons why for example. The us didn't have to worry about oil prices going up when they were dealing with iran or saudi arabia. Things of that nature. Do you have concerns. That were going back to the more neoliberal policies. Perhaps the obama administration. I had very very much concerns. And i urged preston biden matter. What certain advisors telling you to re look at it again because it's important that he looks at and when we look at the entirety of the biden an agenda. I mean he's said for example. He promised on the campaign trail actually that he would not do away with fracking. And now we already see that he's doing away with it. On federal lands. Many people are concerned including in his home state of pennsylvania what that means for their economy moving forward but he's also said that he wants to undo the trump tax cuts. He said that he wants to increase. Regulations on things. Is this really just the beginning of a series of economic moves that you expect the biden administration to make. I have concerns about it. You said at the end of the day you know who pays the consume whether they're gonna pay more for gasoline more for their inline ticket more for their groceries it's the consumer is gonna end up paying no matter what they said if they're saying that second affect people with low wages absolutely false were Now people with low wages end up paying more for gasoline more for their food. It affects every american. And every american should know and especially at a time to where we're coming out of a pandemic where one in five small businesses across. The country have already been at least hurt if not completely decimated by lockdown orders The fact that the unemployment rate is still high. There are many people out there who aren't getting their jobs back. That were already eliminated..

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"salvi" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"salvi" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"New year new organized you. The following interview comes courtesy of one american us in rumble. Which i did last thursday and i thought all american people should hear what i say. It's about oil and about becoming joining us now. To discuss the economic moves by the by demonstration from a more substantive perspective is john. Td's he's the ceo of red apple group. Which is an energy portfolio of refineries and gas stations across the country. So john your perfect to talk about this because you probably have a stake in some of the decisions that are being made right now. The biden administration very much so early on taking a hard line approach when it comes to fossil fuels whether it be the xl pipeline fracking. Things of that nature. Is that really what you're seeing from your perspective. But i'm very much concerned about A dozen really Heard of our operation. But it hurts america. I we're talking about union jobs in twenty twenty one. The xl pipeline cancelation was going to cost eleven thousand union jobs in the united states. It will cost sixty thousand overall jobs between canada and the united states. We were selling american crude oil syndicate gone to the gulf coast. Refining it by american workers and then shipping it out to South america central america Africa over the pets. Cancellation of the pipeline. You know who that helps. It helps saudi arabia and the oak nations. It's a win win for them. It's a lose lose. Lose for the american people and the american people realize it. Eleven thousand union jobs on the twenty twenty one on that applaud. And it's horrible. It goes back to the franken when when we went up to forty million barrels a day. We've from eight million. During the obama administration and the saudis and the russians panic. They shook hands behind the scenes. And what happened. They grow the oil down to twenty dollars a barrel fifteen dollars a barrel why they want to break your american auriol industry. They want to break it. But the king of saudi arabia Said oh guy. Oh god or whatever he said something because the prince george of energy was breaking the king. They'll losing hundreds of millions or billions of dollars and what happened over san refresh courses again and saudi arabia before they find the prince or got rid of him retired it and the price of side creep up interested in christ awards forty forty five dollars a barrel and what happens. Now we're all the problems happening cancellation and air an attack on the oil industry. What happens chrysler Fifty three dollars. You know who's gonna pay for that. The american consumer is going to pay for that and dopey the raising taxes in. Of course the american consumer more money whether it's airline tickets whether it's hotels whether it's a gasoline driving your murphy consumer is going to pay you know. I'm really glad that you bring up all of those points because to be completely frank. It wasn't a conversation that was head during the campaign trail. And i think that's because for the most part for example..

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All Ears English Podcast | Real English Vocabulary | Conversation | American Culture

10:12 min | 4 years ago

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