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The Morning Toast with Claudia Oshry (@girlwithnojob) and Guest Co-Host Margo Oshry (@margoshry) The Morning Toast Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/themorningtoast * Charles Melton Kisses Camila Mendes in New Photo Amid Romance Rumors (via E!) * 'SNL': Awkwafina to Become First Asian Woman to Host in 18 Years (via Hollywood Reporter) * Carrie Underwood Displays Scar From 2017 Accident in Throwback Selfie (via ET) * Discount airliner’s bankruptcy leaves Paris Fashion Week flyers stranded * Student, 17, nearly dies after popping a spot on his neck triggered deadly sepsis
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LTB#387 POW, POS and Self Fulfilling Counter Prophecies
##On Todays Episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin... Andreas M. Antonopoulos and Stephanie Murphy join Adam B. Levine for an in-depth discussion on the ups and downs of consensus reality and the two "big" methods (Proof of Work and Proof of Stake) which we use to define it. Topic 1: Proof of Stake and Proof of Work Discussion Topic 2: Ethereum Update and Upgrade Path --- Partial transcript from about 35 minutes in... ANDREAS M. ANTONOPOULOS: "The problem with proof of work as a system is that it's so poorly understood and it's very difficult to see what benefits it offers.... Immutability and resistance against state level colluding actors are benefits you don't really see until somebody tries to attack them. The fact that they don't attack them, in bitcoin, is not something you can celebrate because it's like proving a negative. Another way to put it is that no one really pays attention to a surgeon until their patients start dying. It's very difficult to say 'look at how good I am because none of my patients have died lately', but it's very easy to point to the surgeon famous for performing an operation with the 300% mortality rate. He did an amputation in 25 seconds, during which he managed to also amputate some of the fingers of one of his surgery assistants... And it was such a horrific scene that one of the audience members died from shock. Then the patient and the assistant died from sepsis days later, making it the only surgery with 300% mortality rate... Now, you can point to that and say "That's not a good surgeon" but it's very difficult to look at a surgeon and say "Well, nobody's died yet so that's a good surgeon". This is a general problem with security, because security working means that nothing bad happened. And the absence of something bad happening is not a provable thing. SO you can say that Bitcoin is secure. How do you know? well, it's hasn't been successfully attacked yet. Could it be successfully attacked? Could someone amass 51%? And we can point to examples of smaller systems which have been attacked like Classic Recently, but the problem is it's really hard to see that value. Same thing with immutability... --- Tip LTB:1FZGD64BA7B9GdwDhGGGF92amt9X6VH38K or Via the Lightning Network at tipltb.tokenly.com/ --- Thanks for listening to this episode of Let's Talk Bitcoin, content for todays show was provided by Andreas Antonopoulos, Stephanie Murphy and Adam B. Levine. This episode was edited by Dave/Adam and featured music by Jared Rubens and Gurty Beats Send questions or comments to email@example.com
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LEONIDAS | Warrior Week | EP 052
Parable #1: Kettlebell Mania After breaking the record in kettlebell swings – over 368,000 lbs and over 80,000 swings in 24 HOURS – Alex underwent five back surgeries. He’s the guy who is willing to take things all the way to the edge in order to succeed in life. “Your mind really starts to play tricks on you, and in my mind, I went to that place where I’d rather die than fail. It inspired me to know that I can take things to a certain level, but now I channel that energy in the right direction going forward.” QUESTION How far to the edge are you willing to take things in order to succeed? Parable #2: The Death Race In his early to mid-30s, Alex traveled the country competing in Spartan races, and at the height of his popularity, he was invited to compete in the most elite Spartan Races of them all, the Death Race in Mexico. “We found ourselves staring down a bull in an arena in the middle of nowhere, our hands zip-tied in front of us, with instructions to find our bib number on the other side of the stadium, grab our bibs, and get the hell out of there – without getting attacked or killed by the bull.” QUESTION Where in your world have you taken huge risks? What have the results been? Parable #3: Please Let Me Go After Alex’s mother went in for minor colon surgery, complications arose which ultimately turned into sepsis. In the midst of losing organ and brain function, and while on a respirator and heart pump, she wrote four heart-breaking words on a pad of paper for Alex: please let me go. To this day, there’s a part of Alex that thinks that maybe she could have survived and pulled through if he hadn’t turned off life support, which is what he took into the Pit during Warrior Week. QUESTION What are some especially difficult moments you have experienced in your life? How did your life change because of them? Parable #4: Significance A lot of what Alex has done in his life has been linked to significance, which can be looked at as very important on the one hand, or very shallow on the other. “In a lot of my cases,” shares Alex, “it was shallow. I was always looking for more acceptance and more significance, but I still felt hollow; I still felt like shit inside. It was at Warrior Week where I was exposed and my perspective began shifting.” QUESTION Where in your world has significance played a big part of your life purpose and experience? Parable #5: What Matters Most Alex used to live his life wanting to be in the spotlight; wanting and hoping to get recognized for his athletic excellence. His hope was that he would be “discovered” on television and make a lot of money in the process. Today, his priorities have shifted. Alex finds joy and purpose in connecting with those whom he loves and cares about. When he’s having a bad day, his thoughts go to hugging and loving his son rather than to the memories of a competition he won in the past. QUESTION How have your priorities shifted through the years? What caused that shift to take place? Parables from the Pit: “It may not inspire someone to want to do kettlebells themselves, but it’s inspiring in the fact that it’s respecting the commitment and courage it took to take upon yourself this challenge. What becomes inspiring is the fact that you never quit.” –Coach Sam Falsafi “When you’re doing everything with an actual fucking purpose, things start to align. You start to feel filled up inside and bring a completely different energy to the Universe.” –Alex Nicholas ________________________________ WARRIOR WEAPON WORKOUT -THE WEAPONIZED KETTLEBELL WORKOUT FOR ELITE MEN- LEONIDAS 15 Minutes 30 Sec active 30 Sec rest On the Rest Each Man is in an Active Kneeling Position with Weapon on Knee WEAPON NEVER TOUCHES GROUND UNTIL WORKOUT IS COMPLETE LEONIDAS 1) Swing 2) Push Press- Right 3) Push Press- Left 4) Bent Over Row- Right 5) Bent Over Row- Left 6) Racked Reverse Lunge- Right 7)Racked Reverse Lunge- Left High Pull- Right 9) High Pull- Left 10) Racked Squat- Right 11) Racked Squat- Left 12) Clean- Right 13) Clean- Left 14) Thruster- Right 15) Thruster- Left FINISH IN WARRIOR RACKED POSITION WITH A TWO CLAPS BOOM!!!!