19 Burst results for "Semel"

"semel" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"semel" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"A leading hypothesis of why did groups go from hunter? Gatherer into agricultural would be fishing. So if you found a stream, you could stay in one spot and get a constant food source, but the technology needed. The fish was a net. A that invention of NAT is likely reasons of how we went into agricultural now cannabis was used for nets, and we know in the beginning of agricultural. Used for NAT, so there's a high likelihood that it was the driver. Or driver that that brought us into agricultural now would that? oxidative stress uptick you feed the adenoids. They were eating it and so like in in the Yellow Emperor's book it Cannabis is one of the three great treasures. It was one of the prime herbs you gotTa Ira Veda the region where cannabis the move from it's one of the great treasure herbs as well and so it was known as like. This is an alternate now. That area tended to have higher THC varietals. but there was going to be a higher CBD balance, and then Semel Tennessee, the fiber side, would have been present, and so that would be fed to the animals, so the the people were eating the cabinet data they had the fuel gotta answer the Oxidative so on that one we can say. Right certainly, but that it was a catalyst that drove a shift. Of Society at simultaneously within it contained the micronutrient complex to fuel our cabinet system to maintain homies static balance in the new stress environment that that created. As another permaculture principles within the problem is the solution and reframing how you're looking at problems to find that solution. Now we go to the next iteration it was it was technology that led us to use nautical. The term canvas is. Canvas, cannabis. And at Canada's research. Related at this point. It's so fun. Led to write nautical expiration, but then with that. At going.

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November 2019 Astrology Forecast: Last of Jupiter in Sag

The Astrology Podcast

08:45 min | 1 year ago

November 2019 Astrology Forecast: Last of Jupiter in Sag

"Right now into as we're recording this mercury is slowing down and getting ready to station retrograde but it's not quite there yet by the time I released this episode it'll probably be like right on the mercury integrate station it's happening on Halloween in Scorpio read yeah so that kind of opens the month in many ways it seems like right yeah one that's the it's one of the probably the most consistent thing about November is Mercury Retrograde until the twentieth and we'll be in Scorpio the entire month yeah and so you know other than the outer planets that is the most consistent thing about November it's all mercury and Scorpio all the time little bit retrograde little bit direct but in Scorpio the whole time yeah Ah I love that because then when a planet slows down and stations and just one sign you really get a much better feel for what that planet especially at enterprise like mercury is like all about one of the things I was doing a threat on twitter earlier this week was like talking about famous mercury and Scorpio place mints and some people throughout some pretty good ones I was curious if you guys have like a favorite mercury in Scorpio example that comes to mind see we'll see aware of so I believe you and Watson throughout Patrick Watson throughout Eminem and then we L. Yankovic whose parodies of Eminem were brilliant it was both mercury and Scorpio's I can contribute Alister Crowley who had Mercury and Jupiter both in the first second of Scorpio and so I think that I don't know his reputation in probably makes a lot of sense as far as mercury and Scorpio he was obviously obsessed with magic and mysteries and the Colt and also add as not everyone might know like eminem and like we don't Yankovic a a relentless troll right I was thinking about the episode I did on Evangeline Adams and one of the things where he had a falling out with her and he wrote this just like screed about horoscope writers that was like a very thinly veiled attack herb but yeah he also wrote a he wrote an essay on Arthur wait you in people may know weight from the writer Waite Smith Tarot he was one of the designers of that very popular Tarot deck and he called that essay dead eight okay about his uselessness but yet earlier one that you mentioned eminem was my favorite one and obviously the is a lot more going on there because he's like a libra with Sunan Libro with mercury and Scorpio and he has Saturn in Gemini and he was going through sort of Saturn return during the eight of his popularity in the early two thousands so obviously there's a lot more going on there but it's just funny thinking back especially a lot of his earlier music and how Oh so was the word like acerbic was in many ways as part of the reputation in the way that he expressed himself despite being a libra but having that mercury in Scorpion Lavi I think I think all three of our examples are Sunan Lebron okay what about you Kelly on the first came to mind when you mentioned that was at previous Prime Minister of Australia Julia Gillard who was incredibly shop intent agent woman and she's very famous for a speech about misogyny which he gave in parliament of attacking the opposite party and and some of their views I guess and I think she actually gave that speech when Satan in Scorpio was on her mercury in Scorpio so that's a really interesting one just speaking up from her perspective about how women were being traded according to the issues of the day and I think that's actually on youtube if anybody who's in trysted to to check it out but she's the first one she's also a son in libra actually was just having a quick check of that yes so there's that makes if you like and the other one enough is a poet Raynham Maria Rilke who I love his writing and unquote some of his poetry when I'm talking about Mercury and Scorpio about the truth telling but the depth there's a quart of he's that says something back you're not I'm just paraphrasing here but something like you're not dead yet it's not too late to dive into your depths and to find what's of hiding in there and mercury and his shot is like twenty nine school Pr Sorn that's interesting yeah the darkness of Rilke Yeah and he's actually Saj it's yet it's not just darkness it's like there's also you know the the juicy nes- certain of the hidden rivers of blood it's very passionate and very it's you know it's the depths of passion rate it's Jerry Elementary Wall artery but it's like you know yes throbbing lifeforce sort of water not not tepid water data I was thinking of that 'cause I previously on the Zodiac series I had used like ice as a mercury in Scorpio descriptors like an skewed but I was thinking about that earlier today that doesn't actually make as much sense because it's a Comorros ruled sign and Mars tends to be much more hot and much more fiery so it's more like hot water or water that's been rapidly brought to a boil and the funny imagery I thought of actually for Scorpio was a hot Tub Jacuzzi I'm great imagery for Scorpio we all know what happens in hot tubs I I so for for Scorpio for Scorpion water that that fixed but Marshall Water I usually use water which is flowing in a consistent direction such as in a fierce river or through a sewer system or it's it's always it's always moving always always moving but it's still fixed you know it's course where the river is headed and also blood like arteries right arteries veins that like always flowing fixed direction as a Scorpio lemonade ahead and stick with my Jacuzzi analogy and sewer analogy but I appreciate nonetheless the imagery well you know the I mean you know if you think about the rivers the blood within you it's important to have a sewer system right if your blood couldn't clean itself right then you'd be dead okay well I think it is important to keep your mind what you guys are talking about mercury assign ruled by Mas so there is shop nece or a directness or piecing quality two words and communication as mercury goes through Scorpio and as you said Austin it's Mercury Jio all the time this mom sometimes retrograde sometimes not but it is I mean if you've never read Real Kaz poetry this be a good month to Woah to try some of it but it's very piecing there's nothing that is left unexplored or unsaid no matter how shop would direct it might mm-hmm so there it is open with November first mercury is retrograde already conjuncture Venus Venus quickly changed does signs that same day and moves into cemeteries and the mercury basically spends the rest of the month in Scorpio before eventually stationing about three weeks later into November yeah well and it so it's worth noting here that mercury during this retrograde is really not strongly configured too much right it's ruler Mars is in libra for almost the entire time that Mercury's Retrograde Mars does move into Scorpio later in the month but just as the retrograde is leaving off and we literally Elbow Semel Tena Sleepy Mercury stationing direct as when Mars joins the pardon yeah and so and then Venus leaves of Venus Leaves Scorpio for Szeged areas a day after mercury turns

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"semel" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"semel" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"Yeah. It's obvious it wasn't obvious when I put that out there now was it <hes> and so what's happening now. Though which is all of this is that it doesn't take AK- generation anymore it takes about five years. Thank you social media and people talking about what works <hes> so. It's becoming very difficult to suppress the reality of how the body works even if it isn't good for certain business models <hes> channel Semel Semel Weiss and lister you got a lot of trouble <hes> in the turn of the century because they were telling doctors to wash their hands before surgery and they were destroyed by the medical system. You know one of the committed suicide the doctors that in the early eighties that said that h pylori caused ulcers I mean they were <hes> you know but in but actually in the in the nineteen ninety s they've got the Nobel prize for medicine so it's it's one of those things I I just want to say. Thanks for sticking to your guns this and saying hey I've found something that works and I'm GonNa talk about it and I'm not gonNA stop talking about it because I have the data and they have the clinical experience and doing what helps people <hes> same thing eating. Some saturated fat might actually work for you. It's it's not a popular thing amongst certain certain populations but when you <hes> when you're willing to talk about it and people try it and they see that it works and they get the data. It's very hard to keep a truthful idea down in today's environment and it was much easier twenty five years ago now now. I have another question for you. The the final question on the show these days I mentioned earlier superhuman my new aging book. I've been very public men's health about hey. I'm GONNA live till one hundred eighty. I think we can do it with given what we know today and my question for you is i. I mean you're further along. You've got more mileage <hes> than I do further long. How how long do you think humans will live in? How long do you think you can live with the knowledge say you've got what's achievable? I'm just happy every day that I wake up and still breathing. I don't know what achievable I <hes>. You know I say if you stay away from doctors. You'll live forever <hes> but not the not the only answer there are some really good doctors out there many of humor friends. I want my married to who will team. Who will form a team with you to help you get the the results you want? which is you want your body to behave and do what you wanted to do? <hes> you don't necessarily want a prescription for a bunch of drugs so I I I would temper that with. Stay away from the doctors who spend three minutes with you. Unless of course you have a broken arm and you just need to get that fixed the <hes> my first book was called the miracle of identical hormones and the experts the medical board felt that the ideas and that book were so dangerous. I shouldn't be practicing medicine and all the all the book talked about was treating the underlying causes of illness getting people off medication..

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"semel" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

The Healthy Moms Podcast

03:58 min | 1 year ago

"semel" Discussed on The Healthy Moms Podcast

"Like a i think they have a term for you it's like semel they syndrome or something like that essentially it's like you know i think that's a big part of like being willing to be a person that steps out of the norm and says like this is what i'm feeling like i know that most people really in agreement with this but i'm like i think this there's something to this you know and and really just sticking to your guns like semel vice that's what he's doing he's like dude i think were killing people yeah i'd be like no we are the medical model survey they were like you you are right now in her saying that is crazy yeah were the whole structure and were killing people yeah so so late to have to be willing to be eight person that's having those conversations you don't have to have some big platform of whatever literally just having those conversations but yourself yeah are people you care about your life reviewing their life you know and i think i think the with that like that's that's really what changes the grander is that geist of things you know paying attention to you and i were and as i keep up with the dollars now paying attention to the programs that you tune into and the you know the the places that you donate money to in the food that you purchase like those the things that actually matter you know the things that you talk about talk about people stupid people talk about people yeah yeah just yourself about yeah i think i feel like we've already time but i'm gonna have you back on 'cause you have a book coming out that i got reid a little bit of insight can't wait to share that again would be audience people know you could rita book in like a like a couple of hours are only talk about myself very much oh my god so we were sitting in my living territory in the living room limit territory of and k is running through my manuscript and i was like oh cool like in my level the amount of time that you would have had you would've been able to read like the first two paragraphs introduction and she liked was able to bang out like intro and the reason for that imagine imagine the first chapter okay and the first like i'm just i was in all of you're capacity i'm i'm very curious what other treasures and gifts inside there are that i will move above jim quick yeah did you like did you guys ever shared greeting pills i've had him on the podcast he definitely like the rating part i'm pretty strong and i think he for sure beats memorization he's fascinating stuff with my kids at home school oh good yeah so you're like a memory person i have my brain we talk about the podcast or will talk about this absurd where this in the show notes like i said you're gonna be back on him in december but where can people find you any good resources on a lot of stuff we talked about slowly hum align podcasts if you just take that in so that's like a social media and all that stuff instruments most active one if people have insurance they can do a maybe interest in learning that the fundamental dumb and stuff you're talking about and that's the very first thing they'll say on the website line podcast dot com there's the five day movement challenge it's just five simple videos breaking down essentially simply exactly we were talking about right now 'em and that's returning perfect an i'm gonna start taking you when i sit on the couch cited the seat that spread it's so it's so amazing getting pictures back from people and i got well yes i know wordsmiths rep out but i got one yesterday on instagram from this person that they had their their their daughter was like on the side of the wall doing head stands and all this wacky stuff and they got like pushing the floor and like this is what happens when you get rid of your couch their family family just starts playing with each other as opposed to being like we just kind of you know morph into just loafing anyway i have a couch my place by the way i'm not saying you should.

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"semel" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

GSMC Technology Podcast

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"semel" Discussed on GSMC Technology Podcast

"Brought to you by the Jesus MC podcast network. So we've got some pretty cool little topics to talk about this episode. So let's just jump right in. So first of all I'm going to talk about a new feature Facebook Mestre talked about I've as talking about doing. I've talked about Facebook Mr. on here in the past. And some Facebook news in the past Kaz use Facebook, I've had Facebook for years and years and years now, and I think it's a good website. I think it's really cool. So what I'm gonna be talking about with this particular? Little topic is Facebook messenger is now internally testing Semel taniwha cove Ewing of videos. That means you and your favorite people could watch us secret is video over group chat on your respected devices. You know, tell like phones, laptops, tablets while discussing or joking about it. This watch videos together feature could make you spend more time on Facebook messenger. While creating shirt experiences that are more meaningful and positive for wellbeing than passively samba viewing video solo this new approach to Facebook's watch party feature might feel more natural as part of messaging, then through a feed groups or events post. A Facebook spokesperson has confirmed that this is an internal test. And it doesn't have any more to share right now. But other features originally discovered in messengers co. Owed like context thinking with Instagram have eventually received a fischel launches. A fascinating question. This co viewing feature brings up is where users will find these videos to watch it might as that you punch in a URL from Facebook or share video from there to messenger. This AB could put a new video browsing option into the messenger composer or discover tab, or if it really wanted to get serious about chat based co viewing Facebook could allow the feature to work with the DO partners. Ideally, like YouTube. Co viewing videos could also introduce a new revenue opportunity for messenger. It might suggest sponsored videos such as recent movie trailers or it could simply serve video ads between a quay of videos lined up for co viewing. Facebook has recently been putting more pressure on it subsidaries like messenger and Instagram to monetize as nude news feed ad revenue growth slows due to plateauing user growth and limited news feed ad space..

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"semel" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"semel" Discussed on Triangulation

"So they they felt that they were a media company from day one, and they were very successful doing that in the ninety s and then the the bubble burst. And they struggled for awhile. But then Terry Semel comes in and basically replicates that plan and from day one from nineteen Ninety-six through the Terry Semel era. They want to be a media company for the twenty-first century, and they on some level you have to say they succeeded in that. It's just that. I don't know other people were more successful and more mature media companies later. Yeah, I think by the Terry Semel time they had sort of for people at forgotten that they had not ever claim to be like technical tech company. Because I always they always try. Yeah. So I guess maybe they were trying to be. Not be tech company to maybe Hollywood and Wall Street, and but then like you, and I were around that like we did think of them as they were the first great web company that company that existed on the web that that that couldn't have existed had the web nod existed. But there's I have a quote in the book from Jerry Yang from nineteen Ninety-six where he says that we're looking for our Seinfeld and friends that search is is how what people are coming to us to to learn about Yahoo. But our plan is to create what was what NBC call the Thursday night lineup back in the nineties. I must see TV must see TV. They wanted to have must see TV for the web. And he's saying this in nineteen Ninety-six. Yeah. Can't that's funny. So so there were two that the search engines before Yahoo. They were very bad. Right. I mean that was like, certainly, but but Alta vista was is it Alta vista. Or I think it was. That most people thought was the best at the time. Do you? Remember are you hearing from the peanut gallery? Carson is giving the thumbs up that it was Alta vista was very bad. And then the not very best was the best. Ulta vista Jenin. It's weird. They they competed at the time on these weird metrics like so I think it was like Lycos head the most pages indexed. And there was excit-. Of course, and oh, I don't know northern light. And we could go on and on and on there was there was a million of them light. Oh, I totally forgot about that one for dog pile. Everyone remembers dot com for some reason because dog pile was supposed to be all of that. Because search didn't work, and you didn't know one search engine would be good for this kind of search. And then so dog pile says, well, none of them are very good. So we're an aggregate or of search engines, so come to dog pile and search all the search engines through us, and then hopefully, we'll surface for you. If gets you the best result and will serve as that. And things like that. Yeah. But here's here's the secret. And we know this story is that all of the search was not a broken paradigm. All of those search engines could find you pages related to whatever you're searching for with a couldn't do is surface, the most relevant page for what you were searching for these solution.

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The Semmelweis Effect

Second Opinion

03:52 min | 2 years ago

The Semmelweis Effect

"This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion, a growing number of high quality medical research. Studies challenge the status quo by providing evidence that traditional things like surgery, just don't work. It turns out that much of what we offer patients has little benefit. But that's only half the story. The other half is that once these studies come out nothing seems to change we still do the same number of useless surgeries. In part. This is due to what is called the Semel Weiss effect. This is the tendency to reject new evidence or new knowledge because it doesn't fit with what we think are what we've always believed Ignace similize was born two hundred years ago this month. He was an obstetrician like every other obstetrician at the time who lost a huge number of babies to infect. His disease. Now remember this was way before we knew about bacteria or other infectious agents. There was no germ theory of disease at the time. It was common for obstetricians to perform autopsies on all babies who died to try to understand the cause of death. But obsta Tristesse were in high demand, and they would go back and forth from what we call labor and delivery to the morgue. Well, similize observed that when doctors washed their hands with a chlorine solution between patients or between, the autopsy and the patient death rates fell not a little poten- fold at the time. This was a remarkable observation he urged his colleagues to engage in regular hand washing. Similize wise could not explain how hand washing prevented deaths, but he was convinced. It did his hand washing. Suggestions. Were resoundingly rejected by his colleagues. They thought this was the height of nonsense. How could a man's hands possibly transmit disease by something you couldn't even see similize continued his careful handwashing and had the lowest death rates by far in his hospital while he saved hundreds bias blindness and ego cost the lives of thousands. Maybe even tens of thousands because his colleagues failed to listen to similize or even evaluate his observation. It was worse than that. He just couldn't convince them the leaders of medicine grew irritated by his letters and his lectures, which accused the medical profession of being reckless even murderers when the establishment could no longer ignore him. They accused him of being psychologically crazy for considering disease caused by things that were unseen. They. You can find him to a psychiatric hospital where ironically he died of an infection years later bacteria or discovered and found to be the cause of what was in similize time. Call child bid fever doctors hands were the main source of spread but the Semel Weiss effect is very much alive. Today. It helps explain why humans doctors in particular reject new knowledge because it contradicts. What we've always believed. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion this podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status as a nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join. And thanks.

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"semel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"semel" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Administration, that are holdovers or you hear about Peter Struck and you hear about folks over there and you say hold on Hold on these are people that have opinions that have donated other campaigns that. Are Democrats that are Republicans and have their, own, opinions and things like that and so you sit there and you go well I don't know if it's as. Clean and pristine is we all think it, is in this day and age, certainly everybody has some. Sort of partisan alliance even if it's not an outwardly I support this guy. They, have some sort of allegiance to people even by just liking someone more yeah but I also think that like my hearing an American president pretty much saying that you know that he believes. A. Foreign head of a foreign country over the intelligence of his own people here, I think that really put a shock to people that kind of PEO. People you know and we'll play that sound at the top of the hour, the, really that sound bite the gun people, kind of miffed like? You said John but for those folks listening, right now does that bother you one eight hundred seven sixty five three six two Get what does get little snippet of it but basically what he said was that the he with somebody asked him about you know do. You believe the Russian collusion or do not, believe, our FBI and he said well I kind of believe Putin again to believe what he's saying over some of. Our FBI informant as well and so we'll, take down one eight hundred seven, sixty five three six. Two you've got this on CNN the headline right now Trump is either an. Asset, or a Russian intelligence or really enjoys playing one on TV so you see that's what the left is doing right now one eight hundred seven sixty five three six two miles Semel filling. In. For Brett.

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"semel" Discussed on Here's The Thing

Here's The Thing

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"semel" Discussed on Here's The Thing

"He died in ninety nine i think the autumn ninety seven we she started shooting shooting think yeah yeah shooting goes on for how long world you're gonna half year off yeah yeah and they were couple of breaks but no not alone yeah yeah yeah yeah can't do not stop for your econ but but but the and then he dies in march of ninety nine completed principal photography before he does need completed his final cont i mean and he sent it to new york for toan nicole and terry semel who was the head of warner brothers time and just said this is it i mean all the left he chosen to music so all the left there was to recall that and to fit it in basically no just do the the sort of fine muddling joe on it and or the can you say there's so much to do in post production especially when you get close it to finishing movie for release was this film particularly difficult from well you know he was getting tied because towards the end of course didn't dispense self i mean we wouldn't get back to the house into very often to three in the morning you know and they'd be a kind of a normal coal in you know next morning v you know use your call times what having she stand yeah she we were so looking forward to doing next i was sort of exciting thought of looking studio just slamming the door and focusing on just the shots and no distractions and nothing and i think we'd is might shut you know he because working indoors is totally different environment is you know i mean it's there on no distractions focusing on exactly what needs to be done and there's no doubt about it he preferred shooting indoors any difficulty about about is my child had i think was really more story and trying to sort of work it in a way that it would mean something you're two people now preproduction took a year and it often too long him one of the things about kubrick for me is a made film so rarely.

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"semel" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

Louder With Crowder

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"semel" Discussed on Louder With Crowder

"Not in that order eating let me finish the statement unbound drying conclusions and at g morgan junior he's he's a semel yeah for those that don't know you gonna tell me the day it's actually hard to become it's hard to become he's overlays wow go back to you what's the line of the day jail double back cabernet oh that's right it just happens to be cagey we got drunk on a boat that he could not afford apparently apparently post show there's a little bit of a shindig celebration and this is actually your gift bottle from stevens true this going through it's very president now wrote back expensive chapstick israel be selling it for crack very soon i worry i'm sorry math math math we have to get the racial stereotypes rights bridges the rich spend computer marry with ova a big announcement regarding my social media and that is that i completely delete it it's a long oh well yeah that's healthy and you can check if it's still and if you check it by the way today we're gonna be getting a lot of you'll ask for the venezuela video with john oliver rebuttal debunk sort of myth of nordic socialist successful so we're gonna do that today going to get into that because we'll be talking about news with nigel and lauren and owen so we'll get into that evergreen segment there but there's other news today new whistle blower now claims that steve bannon allegedly used personal data try and suppress the black vote this is a quote from cnn mr cultural warfares amine secrete in during change in the american one computer you notice this was the headline but both went in for quote the guy doesn't say vanities it's depressive like anything about like no says nowhere nothing but i must have missed read that no no i don't miss me at all they got it wrong because at that actually show that would have been just as effective cakes vader hiding in people's closets that would have worked better.

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"semel" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"semel" Discussed on Little Atoms

"So many semo vice fans out there on lots of people are really fascinated with his story and he is in the book he's mentioned in the book for the same reason again ideas are created in a vacuum in a lot of this stuff is influencing lister impacting his own theories some of ice is a doctor working in austria and he's putting together this idea that if you wash your hands infection rates on the hospital wards go down particularly with birthing women on these hostile wards and he sets up this device so that doctors insurgents can wash their hands before going to attend patients and they really criticize him and he ends up in an insane asylum they call calmed the hand washer and it's just this really terrible end but i like to remind people that what he's doing is still the redeployment to what lister was doing because although semel vice or people like florence nightingale were putting together this idea that improved hygiene was having an impact on infection rates they still weren't coming up with the device with which disease was spread which was germs and until you understand that germs exist there's no way to systematically implement any kind of system bring us forward to list is about to perform an operation on a on a young boy open scotland to broken his leg james greenlees what's different now about this situation so at this point lister has read louis pastures work on he's beginning to wonder if the bacteria that's making the wine vats spoil also is spoiling the wounds in his patients and he realizes that if you come in with a simple fracture meaning that the skin doesn't break that usually there's no incident the patient heals in leaves the hospital but if the skin is broken that's when infection sets in so he's starting to think well something is coming from outside of the body in his infecting the wound in that could be 'bacterial or germs as pasture has pointed out so he needs to wait for a compound fracture to come in and he doesn't have to wait long because there's a lot of accidents in glasgow it was a very dangerous time to be alive and this poor eleven year old boy is crossing the street in his leg.

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"semel" Discussed on The Good Fight

The Good Fight

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"semel" Discussed on The Good Fight

"Yes you and i writing politics anybody who listens to this podcast and the chew of wanting to listen to podcast but is mostly if not exclusively about politics is on the end of distribution of how much americans cab politics and right now even if you don't care about politics switch on the television you go to a by go to know if your friends you come home to a family you go to the thanks giving table you gonna have to talk about politics and people are sick of it so in a weird way i think exactly the kind of candidate in two thousand sixteen would have done poorly busy people wanna cheney silence on you had one twenty twenty somebody can say hey yvette for me i'm a reasonable guy gal or whatever it is right i'm going to rock the boat i promessi it's not gonna be any weird scandals you can just switch off i think they would win in a landslide now the problem is that doesn't create the mandate and and envy agenda and and the conditions you need to actually address some of those very very deeply rooted problems in our society so they may not be the president we need but bev person who could win i have two thousand that one is that that person probably also doesn't win a primary that is right the other is that that makes me more worried about between i am i am one reason is the question earlier i am very very skeptical that anyone within the presidency can seriously make much progress on the kinds of problems we're talking about here and that isn't to say that one could imagine leader with an agenda just when you imagine what is going to be possible to pass through congress when you imagine what powers are going to have and not have when you imagine how many problems are going to have to deal with semel tena caesar cleaning from the trump era you know i think it's going to be some amount of mess left around i think that.

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"semel" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"semel" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"All i keep hearing about goldman sachs oh businesses getting better because the markets all over the map and they do better with trading off of earnings gaps up reverses drops five and change today and is now right at that important to forty three area which is the two hundred day moving average as well as pretty big support on good earnings catch my drift apple up early today finishes down past leaders all below resistance nvidia micron pay pal tesla appalachia semel holdings align tech alibaba facebook hub spots as mentioned google go slow the best thing i can tell you is go slow no conducive at this point in time so go slow patients i've been going slow i've been smart i made one play in recent weeks few percent on strong earnings guess what that tells me step back spectator they'll be better times right now bring up that's the other thing and whatever else more market i'm gary this is the one only investor's edge.

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"semel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"semel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Antipsychotic use and major cardiovascular events and we've known this by the way about the stimulant medications as well that children who were prescribed stimulants like ritalin concert early in life originally we will worried about the suppression of abbott slight which resulted in the stunting of growth and suppression of sleep which also has its cost which we didn't really know where identify well enough but a child who not sleeping the requisite tend to 12 hours that they should be getting at the right age for themselves is headed into some health trouble that they will be paying for later and now we have indeed seen it that there is a link between longterm use of those stimulants and things like cardiovascular problems developing later in these children's lives i'm talking about people who are now in their 50s 60s and maybe it doesn't even occur to many of the patients who suffer these problems that it has something to do with strickland says that they might have been given at an early time i started out talking earlier about hood thinking and how it limits us and how it contains our ability to develop we do well to remind ourselves of the story of semel weis whenever we want to think about this and to encourage creativity in our own thinking he can us semel wise if you don't know his story then you really showed every one of us should know the story and take it to heart who was semel some weiss was a hungarian a gynaecologist practicing in vienna in the mid 1800s he was born in 18 eighteen and was practicing in vienna in specifically in 1865 that was the year of his death when he made a connection a critical connection between mortality of mothers giving both in the hospitals and the lack of hygiene of the lack of sterilization most particularly in the physicians hands uh by tracking and wondering to himself why it was that mothers who gave birth at home generally tended to survive the child with much better than mothers giving birth in the hospitals symbol wise managed.

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"semel" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"semel" Discussed on WDRC

"Cannon and with a fresh sitcom here trying to introduce maybe they'll even mention oprah running or something and one of the lines of a roseanne show but there are other things you can't do and we've talked about this before there are certain things that you're not going to affect first well i'll be surprised beginning by the sensors but beyond that if they do just politically speaking how the audience or the executives at a b c reactive it because it is different trying to put something together like that you can do that on ah i think you can get away with it on that flicks on cable which don't they thank you can get away with it so far on on network i when i did as he last man standing though it i'd beloved home improvement aelm elm from was just pure genius and by ate every horse and i must say no was an that last minced any isn't a good show and he just didn't pull me like home improvement did way back when well and and i'm not saying i wouldn't want you to get and would enjoying when laugh at in whom it just wasn't that well i i guess he what what are they call him when you're just a when a character i i got my bike her when a character becomes a pigeonholed into in into a uh oh yeah i wouldn't was hide catholic half he was right to jimmy it just as dominant sold because i think he's great i love established stand up in avails but it stand up even related to home improvement to begin with yeah i was based on so it was it was so much of his imagery there that it may take me a little bit more time and who knows i never thought for example i never saw becker when it during it it's normal run and i when i first on his diplomat pretty good i hadn't been after it went off the aim of mayhem at ron and i just said i said i remember cynical by can't watching will always be semel loan i there was no problem i never wants to turn its run but on although syndication i did and it.

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"semel" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"semel" Discussed on My Black Friend

"Uneven with like uh do the catch of last forever to get packets pockets of free desperate catch up in the itch yes say okay you're saving two dollars no no because you keep you you can never have enough catch up mandy the last thing you want to do is run outta catch of when you really need it so you get an extra free catch up you don't turn i anything for free doesn't regularly wave free fucking of rakes i don't do a stick a your word be guess what i'm taking a fucking rate at sir i thought he said our worry you sir he said free rate same it still same thing brain and you give out free rape some taken one of those two american endeavouring drinks oh i thought she was on the all rogers yan result we all their debt taj have you ever turned down a free rape though yes all right well next semel charge you uh note i've never houses and living in pre drinks but i have but not not to the extent that led girls get free drinks that's something you that data understand battle because drinks our fucking expensive you i mean like in one when one drink are saving as much money as brand and will lose all year all but let's say wallet ketchup packets are other spent two dollars every six months earth well put more catch up on your food branded wouldn't the high over i got all these little use of the right amount of catch up by i've i've had the same bottles and letting of the baby activists for breakfast spradlin's catch a bottle has a nipple on it it's it's.

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"semel" Discussed on All About Android

All About Android

01:59 min | 4 years ago

"semel" Discussed on All About Android

"Though or even if just buying it outright and there's been close angling rand which by the way with the noted that has not been released yet you're probably gonna be spending as much as a grand if not more just to get it like i i would attempt some price point would get that but the the something has been pret fast we the s eight powell i'm on the july hatch so i've been watching semel well look calm aware the least little for updates and they've been updating two s h massive plus very quickly every month so maybe they're trying to change something gash our eyes lethal among device beats updated so that's good i i certainly hope that continues nuts i think that's the hard thing to to know as a consumer upfront when you're spending all this money on our brand is that how dedicated will they be to that not just now not just to your device that you bought sixmonth what that was at first announced six months ago and still is there flagship but a year he had two year and a half down the line when it's yesterday's news i don't think people now i've done a lot of people now i i mean i and always held back around i have to tell the paul like well you need to update your phone and they're like i do i'd there's an update it gives you better staff like when you visit your family in and you see their phone and they've got that little icon there and a lot on how long is having last year's avas always this referrals like you update she like gagged at that's been there for really long time i just i don't like should because she didn't understand what the purpose or the reason was for she was not at all motivated to ever tell you that any and processes she's got used to it being there and psycho cable then something's missing here because that's actually really a important like that's that's security you know under is that's keeping things updated it is out other to be fair i i never anc and ever get rid of the the little maintenance things in my car.

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"semel" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"semel" Discussed on The Watch

"So yes yet is going to be a lot of that so there's a lot of stuff going on there was definitely like a degree of a throw clerk clearing up so what do you want to touch on i to me like well i like to take a moment here because on talk the thrones and on binge mode there's gonna be a lot of room for speculation about deeps specific things to the martin verse but i was struck by um a piece that matt our sites wrote for vulture today his review of of the season premier and basically in the peace he says and i can just say what it was called um game of thrones has become more empathetic in complex in its final leg and he's making essentially written down the argument that we've been batting around uh verbally on the show which is that they're really seems to have been a difference when they threw off the shackles of the bucks now that's not fair to call them shackles but that the thing that he didn't like is a viewer and i think i would agree with this as a pure viewer the only thing about the show that sometimes rubbished the wrong way seemed to come from a slavish devotion to just dumping plot was you doing justice to the stories or at least the major plot points in characters has written in the book it could fuel stilted episodes could feel like info dumps in a way now they were the most glories info dumps ever recorded on television but they could feel that way and there suddenly was in his interesting because the plot gotta lot darker and autoways last year and there's a lot more death to come but the show felt later in all senses there was more room for humanity for jokes for semel charlie mega mega has the and heavier i may i thought they had a in in a sense that had a.

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"semel" Discussed on AWS Podcast

AWS Podcast

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"semel" Discussed on AWS Podcast

"A release i'm convicts audubon 'cause i was actually whiting on it for particular thing on building myself is something related to amazon combinator and this is the public beta of a builtin user experience for signing an semel federation fees of polls so amazon cook data's oversee release will for women mobile app developers to create user id loggins use of pools integration without a social media platforms in terms of identity logan etcetera one of the things that's obviously portman you're doing this kind of undifferentiated heavy lifting east to provide the actual signing password changed top experience stole their little forms components ago with that so there is now a public beta the provides the sign up and signing user experience aden customers the builtin experience and added to app who just a few lawns of code which means it's very flexible and will continue to be even more flexible in subsequent releases so heavily look at that beta and see how fit your use case of course give the time feedback i'm sure they love to hear it to understand exactly how cosmas with lackey's capability but cimatu really good example of just those little compounds when you're building an application we can egis gap away really really fast while still providing a highly secure and positive experience for our own uses as well just carnoustie of course usability is always a big thing with any solution that use on the ability to make it easy to see what's going on helps you'll situational awareness nouri this more important than the what landscape of security so the i'm tame have added some you kept village to the policy summaries to allay to understand and troubleshooter you're on i am policies now of course a good policy construct is really important to allow minimum access to resources in your ediborah's account by the roles services or uses themselves.

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