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2 Murder Suspects Escaped Monterey County Jail Through Hole in Ceiling

KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

2 Murder Suspects Escaped Monterey County Jail Through Hole in Ceiling

"Authorities are continuing their search for two murder suspect who escaped from the Monterey county jail your listening to live in local headlines talk radio five sixty KSFO they thought they had found one of the men in the marina hotel room at yesterday but after an eight hour standoff police broke into the room and found it empty Jonathan Salazar and Santos Fonseca were awaiting trial in separate murder cases when they went straight Shastri Shawshank redemption through a hole in the jail feeling over the

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"shastri" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on Venture Stories

"What are the sectors? Do you think Bill should be focusing on? So I like to think about the physical world is a good metaphor opportunity because I think in the digital world. No matter what you decide to do. If you wanna there's so many SAS to manage SAS businesses out there. It's going to kind of ridiculous in. So let's think about non period digital businesses. Heading bills be less obvious in the construction industry. The only application people have come up with is so far as predicted maintenance predicting win your large-scale machinery is gonna fail. But even talking about that for like a decade come on. There are better ways to think about it. For example, the h vaccines buildings consistent can actually be more efficiently. Run in save energy. If is not a person, turning dial assistant is automatically optimizing himself based on the cost of power based on the temperature the weather these things can you optimize construction projects. Right by actually doing a real supply chain on the materials that are going into the project. There's so many different applications in terms of building houses and buildings that aren't just print the maintenance that haven't really been tapped into yet. Because again, the data problem had even enough data to do it. Likewise on the manufacturing side would amazes me. Today's almost. Every product we buy including those apple products that are so fancy are assembled by a person at a desk with a soldering iron. And I'm not saying we'd replace that person with a robot. But think about all the aspects of that process that could be improved through better automation. There's actually a really interesting company called instrumental which has the system that you can stall in that assembly line, which has cameras and it just watches and these machine learned NFL when something was assembled slightly incorrectly as it happens. So now previously build a bunch of stuff you'd send it to QA QA testing ten to twenty percent of it wouldn't work. You throw it away in just keep going. But now, you can know when it doesn't work as it's happening that ten to twenty percent can become one two percent, and it's amazing progress. So I think the physical world is so much capability of improving. What we do in better ways and self driving cars, like a stupid obvious and self driving trucks or pipe better. Obvious example, where a self driving truck can drive all night if that it can drive only at night to. This accidents. It can drive without worrying about stopping for fuel about drive without worrying about stopping for food and in doing so it can make delivery and logistics, safer faster, more predictable in a way that you know, is it back in the physical world is called out pillar tech at what they do that. They both sensors deploying construction sites construction sites a lot of there's always fires or you know, has their things that happen that can eat it detected by one of their sensors something what's interesting point about using Athens's world is you know, what they can do in the future with this is to really understand predict what situations can cause a fire caused issue in Kazakh inside. We can delay projects by months and months in 'cause the building huge amounts of money. Also provides writing helped him to understand what type of situations going to cause a fire or caused mold or something like that. When they're building allow these big commercial game the residential. So I think those. Why the copies that I found pillow tech that essentially is using a four physical work. So actually that's a good question. I have for you Shastri is how long is it before suppliers and people in in these businesses start to demand your data in order service you so today, for example of your supply chain provider, your wholesaler, you need you need evidence that you know, the retailers actually sell the product, right? You need evidence. You demand things like insurance or buybacks or things that you don't end up the cold in the bag same with with construction your insurance companies asking for certain qualifications that this insurance products in the be successful at what point do they start demanding the data from you?.

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"shastri" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on Venture Stories

"But if you don't talk to somebody about it, will you really feel comfortable with it. So the question is how many how many different applications do you need to have a human in Luke for and those like care, for example, will probably always be something where there is a need for human for that user experience element in areas. Where you donate a person, I think you'll see them disappear when less they I can simulate a person better than a person and in. Maybe they are right now. I mean, people can't see me. There's no actual proof of person. I agree with Sean you get that one. But in terms of talking about a business where on the problems, go beyond technology that about regulatory prominent how to even get the data in the first place like doctors don't want to be replaced. Are you working with them? Do you see entry points in terms of where you would start in terms of first use case or first product in healthcare. I think now to you know, to what Sean enlighten me on. I think what will not major thing is, you know, an assistant a- digital assistant doctors to collect information. So we're doctor would essentially, and this is the idea was listening. Whereas a doctor is talking to the patient, and their, you know, writing down their thoughts or the diagnosis the system would learn from what that situation is what the patient actually said what the doctor diagnose the patient with growing way. To learn this information also rather than replace doctors as you're mentioning would a six hundred a few gives so they can make these decisions faster or just automated decision process to have a more accurate diagnosis. I will say this about obviously, I am not an expert medical care system. But I will say that. There's there's there's actually like treatment which today is actually fairly well, automated, if you've been no modern hospital, the kind of technology they have access to for treatment is really good. But I think Sasha mentioned a diagnosis is harder. And there's an interesting there's two ways of thinking about diagnoses, you can try to go through the healthcare system. You try to convince Kaiser permanent to adopt your new diagnosis system and good luck. With that. Most started companies, I know go out of business during the trial process with hospitals because the trial process can take years leading on the actual sales cycle. But there's an interesting other opportunity that I think is not as well exploited. What should be which is people put off we all put off so much digital exhaust every day right in the form of the data. We generate just informally living our lives and apple did a great thing with the apple apple watch. Which is they used part of that the hurt rate. Profiling to say we can predict cardiac events they didn't have to go through Kaiser than have to go through anybody headed did the data exhaust was there. We generate our pulse. Every second of every day, we're alive and they use that. A better diagnosis doesn't replace the doctor. No. But it allows you to take a step forward. You can harness so much of the digital exhaust for medical care for diagnosis to find these things. There is a great example from the Appalachia of somebody who diagnosed themselves having a pulmonary embolism. I mean, that's the kind of thing that can kill you. Because you don't know what you're looking for. And I think that is the area that in medical care diagnosis most exciting for me because it's the most successful for founder that doesn't really have huge relationships. It's hard in the treatment industry, unless you're part of a large pharmaceutical large hospital chain to get the kind of FDA trial approval to get the data to do these things. But in the data exhaust world. I mean, it's basically there's this less up literally going into the ether today, you can capture it repurpose it. There's probably no shortage of things you can do talked about fantastic enterprise healthcare..

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"shastri" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Matter of timing like using we will we're not there yet. And he thinks we're there now or no we actually agree. Just I'm trying to disagree with them. Get a little little conflict going here, the podcast you now that is I agree with you that we're not there yet. But I do this. I think we will get there because I think people and actions are predictable. Right. People driven by situations and circumstances, I think if we can really understand all possible things that drive a sentiment in person or what drives emotional decision for someone. We can more than likely predict what they're likely to do if the situation if they will place in a situation place in this emotional state. So I agree with you that we're not at the position now naming enough in the next five years, we can really predict what's going to do. But I think with the type of information like we uniquely now in ensure you ally collecting now that we can start to analyze what is causing a person to do something. What situation driver what kind of sentiment is causing to do acidic task. But I feel like there's so many variables that it is going take a very long time. I understand that. But I think it is awesome. Well, here's a good share in. I actually think what will happen in the future is we will we will find it's easier to remove the humans than try to model. Humans. And so if you remember the the new automated go platform, the one that finally was able to beat the grandmasters in playing go as a game, it's a very complicated game. It's historically. We thought it was take a long time to have systems get good enough ago to be humans chess. Obviously that happened years ago is orders of magnitude more complicated than chess. But we had happened in. How did it happen? At turns out the computers found a way to play go that's entirely different than the way, we play go. They didn't get better at go by getting better the way humans play go imminent entirely new way of playing go on their own which ends up being superior to the way that we play go. And I think that is what you're gonna find as we adopted this more these systems will do things differently. The people and it will be easier to remove the people and try to. Title them. Just let the system find a new better optimized path forward. Yeah. I can see that. I can see that point. Is you find even see now that people are looking for advice on holiday concision race? They might have something, Tom. Hey, because if you feel this way because you live this certain lifestyle, you should buy Exxon products of these things, and you know, people might look to a to make a decision for them, which will then be predictable give another fundamental disagreement. I don't think so we get to work on this. We should have agreed on some disagreements ahead of time. Let's get out. Carrie, should where do you think he'd be between there? So I I ripped my finger open a couple of days ago, and I have to the doctor, you know, to avenue to check on answered questions. I feel like if I was gonna doctor tell him my symptoms, and he just basically prescribe me something can be based on what I tell him. Then what is he really what's really the science between those basic everyday kind of healthcare decisions by will not get. I'm not saying I'm not talking very granular based upon very macro. But you know, for predicting what kind of like equal kind of affection you have or if you had a flu. Or if you have the common cold. I think that's something in a out can tell you based on your your feelings. I guess that makes sense. That's not even out the right? Even today human radiologists are being replaced by computers, which are probably better..

"shastri" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on Venture Stories

"They get run over because the trend is significant. I think the cost of capital the cost of people keeps going up and the cost civically of data savvy. People is going up at the same time. There's enormous amount of competitive pressure in the enterprise to get more efficient over time driven partially by Amazon in Google these big enterprises that are native -ly data savvy. I I think the big opportunities in enterprise haven't been tapped into yet about AI a lot of people management. There's a lot of really interesting opportunity in figuring out the efficiency of people where do we actually allocate resources those kinds of things? Just haven't been tapped into be still relying the gut intuition of leadership these days, whereas marketing as almost entirely takeover by it's very hard to find any marketing function that is nine at least informed by if not driven entire. Early by it see him this gradient on one side, you have marketing, which is almost all alway there on the other side of HR, which is basically zero percent of the way there and in-between you have this greeting that goes over where there's a lot of opportunities. So for example, the finance team has not been largely ad driven. But is becoming more. So as as he's fintech up to news become more available to them. Whereas a lot of these enterprise companies supply chain is getting optimized because it's it's a it's expensive define operations research. People optimize your supply team of be Amazon is already turned into a science. And if you yours isn't come science, really fast, your margins go away overnight. So the motivation is different across the entire enterprise spectrum. I think yeah. One of each in more recently in previous years has been more on. How do we make more money using it which is live on marketing affect but I think now what I would we see his Swisher people are concerned about the online how to use to kind of go through the weeds and understand how they can increase audience rather than how regressive sales and the answer is easy is by outline union crate, and you're going to go his very simple. I'm so glad you mentioned that because I've exacting or their business functions. That you feel remain having been disrupted yet. Or do. You think? Hey, it's things present while tell you this is an area where shots from may actually disagree, which is important get wind up. I still think that predicting the future is more art than science predicting the future so hard today's business world because there's so many variables like we work with some very large consumer businesses where there's over two dozen different factors that might affect things everything from the weather. To you know, school schedules in local districts, basically when kids go back to school that it's so hard to understand the world. Well enough to predict the future. Well, yeah about I would disagree with you on that. Now huck. Well, I disagree that you're not going to disagree with me. And therefore, we disagree others say like enter but executive decision making because it requires a model of the future. It's it's gonna be a while before I think that can happen now can ever happen. I do I think it can. I think there is nothing in the world is not knowable. And therefore there's nothing in the world that cannot have data about it. And therefore we can build systems that will be able to not perfectly predict. But but pretty well predict where things are going. But I don't think that that's today, and is actually a whole world of analytics call prescriptive analytics which the goal is to not just tell you what's happening, but tell you what you should do about it, and that's largely never succeeded because of how hard it is to both predict the future and understand the business. Well enough to do that. So the predicting the future, I think is where we started to break breakdown is your disagreement..

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"shastri" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on Venture Stories

"A this is gonna be a bad fun and not gonna burn burns law ventures. Wait. We just hit it into add to. Yeah. Exactly. And we are entrepreneurs coming to us in looking for ideas and opportunities. So let's take categories one by one and talk about the opportunities and challenges within an opportunity to apply play or not to buy to them. So one, let's do fintech first. So you mentioned you were going to do the personal finance where do you see greenfield for for opportunities? And where you say, hey, that's there's no opportunities here runaway Intech think what some opportunities might be for is just think from a this might be really stupid. But I think from people personal savings perspective would Robin his Fininvest respective. I think that you know, we can use a after help just advocate soon. We're to understand happened managing finest. Traditionally been used for enterprise end to help them to manage folios of to come to better like judgments on what they should invest in folios. But what I have not seen is using to help people. People in their personal finance decisions where the very small sums of money in hot optimize, the very small amount of money that they do have for the most return investment. I'm going to think of I think fintech is right for almost complete automation. It's a business where there's a lot of data. And there's people doing things that people are not good at and solid. Expand index technically insurance peop-, they're still actuaries people who are actually still have jobs between eighteen fascinates me. These are people who are literally trained in take tests to do basic mathematical translations school analysis. Computers are are better provable better than people at that. And actually there's there's companies like affirm that realize this that are now bypassing the problem is the institutional friction of the existing insurance companies is hard to pass. And so what are they doing? They're starting their own insurance companies. So you don't have to rely on these infrastructure, but even then you need a reinsurance company while reassurance company has criteria regardless. You're gonna squeeze all the people out a wealth front in betterman. These companies are squeezing out financial advis. Stock trading already had that squeeze doubt we see the popularity of target date funds. Basic, I think personal financial tech is gonna have almost all of the personnel squeezed out of it three. I and especially the new generation millennials who prefer not to talk to people. Anyway, it's going to happen in. It's not that far off credit to by the way. The credits is amazing that today's day and age we have people sitting down with spreadsheets figure out what your credit score is come on. Let's be honest. That's crazy. Jared sweater was altogether. There you go. Actually, I actually Shastri is credit card for everything. So let's put that off for a little while. I haven't Maxuta this enterprise. We spent a lot of time with what's exceeds enterprise doesn't. I think today we're seeing a move across him was every enterprise vertical tomorrow. I I think this partly driven by actual real material opportunity, but partly the big companies were scared to death. They're scared that machine learning in artificial diligent represents a challenge to their existing moats Salesforce adobe the biggest. Enterprise companies are spending a lot of money buying artificial tell startups that's not a coincidence. They know that they can't figure out a story in angle to centrally shore up their defences there..

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"shastri" Discussed on Venture Stories

Venture Stories

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on Venture Stories

"Advertising platform for mobile, apps, IOS and Android. We sold that to Yahoo in two thousand fourteen. So I've been doing this for a while. I went to grad school about almost twenty years ago for artificial intelligence, which really is machine learning just assistant modeling and adaptive systems and the crazy thing about that is twenty years ago. We joke about the stuff we were studying would never be relevant our lifetimes and now lo and behold twenty years later, I looked like a genius for for having done that. So the outlier came from experience at flurry. We were such a large analytics provider, we had about a half million customers around the world, and I met a lot of them asking them great. How can we help serve you better with all this data were providing an almost universally every country. I went to every company I met with the answer was listened. I don't actually know what to look for. I have all this data. What am I supposed to look for all this data? That's coming out of my analytic systems might enterprise CRM payment systems and outlier was my attempt to solve that. Because I believe that the next generation of business intelligence was going to be about asking better questions and the only way to do that. That was to automate it right to use our official intelligence and apply in new ways. And so became lab. -tunities kind of go full circle in bring my graduate work into the present day and kind of change the world in a new way. And it turns out, you know, three years ago people thought that was crazy. And now twenty eighteen seemed like a genius. And as basically how startups go right totally I want to get to if you weren't doing out liar. How what other applications you'd think about using I four first Sassari? Would you like to introduce yourself what you're up to as ops oxygen CEO crate, so uniquely does is essentially a an for demand planning specifically for his sooner impact his Bryant's Hispanic for about five years, which just highlight ended up falling into this company. Now, Ryan's typically start low log with demand planning forecast because they're sitting on mountains amounts of data that a person has to sit there analyzed and try to figure out what the consumer demand what the velocity of it products selling in the sore means for the entire supply. Jay. So our tool essentially automated entire process, so someone sitting in the demand planning Royal at craft high through example, can just click within our platform in understand how much they should produce. How much raw goods he could buy or wait recrossed the United States in the click another button to make a lot of money. There's a to buds base. It's great product. Exactly, it will be get a percentage off of that. Every every click that they do we get plunge. Totally sean. If you had your skill sets your interest today in two thousand eighteen and you can no longer working out liar. Rattler was no longer thing. How would you think about like zooming out? Where would you apply? Would would you think about what I did you make us congressional thicker setback? So what do I look for like a moment? Invest my time in a startup company, which in my opinion is like nine ten years of your life. Right. It's a long time. What does that have to have what kind characteristics as a need forget about a for second? So for me there is two or three big ones. One. Is it had to be a problem that got bigger over time that in five years is being more important more significant than it is today 'cause you really want the winds of history you're back 'cause so much coming at you from the front of company need that boost of history. And you're saying if it's too big now might be too crowded. No, it's it has to be something. It can be big today. Like even business intelligence big today. But my my belief is the shift is happening away from reporting systems in dashboard, so World War businesses, speak to you present. How do you know can get bigger time because it's? Right. That's where the bet is like the early days of flurry. We were in the mobile industry in two thousand five that was a days flip bones Nokia feature phones. And you know, even I didn't believe that the world was in a shift as far as it did with the iphone and Android coming out that was a happy accident..

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"shastri" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The real aggression can follow routes on twitter route nation so the nfl is gathering in indianapolis for the combine yes or one of those people who watches the combine judge me all you want but whatever you're asking me about all those college players the bill belgian drafts come april you'll be happy that i'm one of those shutting ins the during the day sits there and watches the combine pluto rauthat said there's a lot going on in indianapolis shastri daniels is not apart i was going to say judgment daniels insieme that he needed joined into the fund there yeah well i wonder why that is longestrange bills give a pick the next quarterback maybe he doesn't like say nomo one all hey if you go to say nomo's make sure you have a lack special no you want to cocktail sauce of course he had legendary yes very much chauffeur for anybody who makes a trip to indy you have to have the cocktail sauce but that said the nfl's competition committee is also gathered in indianapolis for a meeting or three where they're trying to figure out what to do with past interference right it is arguably next to the catch rule which is just people looking at it on film and determining whether it is risen catch all of their discussing that well well they are will get to that but the adjudication of pass interference in the nfl is really a judgment call it will forever b v most scrutinized coal in the national football league because of that now it may go the way of not being scrutinized if the nfl goes to the college football fifteen yard rule mark mask is covered the nfl for a long time used to be with the base those with the washington post he tweeted out of of competition committee is discussing the possibility of limiting defensive pass interference penalties to at most fifteen yards at most fifteen yards so a spot foul or up to fifteen years um you would think that's how i read into that i would say that yes if you're gonna foul up to fifty in your bingo uh that's now that's how he's reporting it and if it is ruled that way all my god it's going to change i think you changes things dramatically if people will say well it's in fact i'm looking.

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"shastri" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

This Podcast Will Kill You

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on This Podcast Will Kill You

"Kohl who hang out with hiv positive people who are probably gonna hours remained hiv negative there's a jewish shane retirement that shaving the rice of warren person is like shaving or world higher and it's my hopes at somebody who listening to j might change the raise interchange where they act towards the people who they need in their lives who are living with hiv and if you haven't that us you real if you haven't as yet you rail because the cdc estimates that there was some hundreds of thousands of workers high who people living with hiv and fully a third of them zones in delaware judge right here in america and they don't know it because they're not getting shastri's that is show key yet chaffetz did share the results with your partner susell of strategies if you have to to go she you know safe for sexual practices like jet trash should you know that that will seal like my rice host who i was like i have done mind or to try and six worlds who so giving me this classrooms to speak on this on this program is touching on i truly changing claus the support ju uh ask these stories style about screens now world getting older someday on record of the year and you know wife was instrumental on those sorts of for cotton and you know part of that is just not that happens political scene hiring there's just so needs if you some record somewhere that you know it was a a wonderful year why vibrant community of people love each other and cared about one another's hordern each other when you know on schools were bad in now all that star.

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"shastri" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Players that he helped solidify both on and off the others it was it was remarkable bela aging and shastri's manage joining me here um and then in um and then let's get to al touvai here i said during your run is on the show a couple of times uh and as you mentioned you know i'm a football guy with the nfl network even though i called tons of baseball games when it was espn back in the day but that said um you know that i i i'll twophase like j j watt and i don't just pull that out of thin air just 'cause it's houston but his actions plug directly into the fans and vice versa it just seems like there's a feeding frenzy that happens when he it's a double or triple or makes a great play what is it like from your perspective aj or you know it fun to watch them care so much about every day whether it's ban player on performance he takes no credit but he shoulders a lotta blame when things don't go well he he really is i called the perfect player because he he does so many good thing and i and i think she relates well with stands because when you when you look out on the field and you know indeed no matter what fields you look at where basketball game last night or the football game yesterday or the baseball games are big big she meant athletes that there's sort of greek dog mythical figures than you look at little out survey who's who's just relatable as somebody on the side of the street that that gives people some connection to uh you know this can happen to anybody in this in in in in your skill whole well outweigh any sort of stereotype and a proud of him he's it he's a good husband get father he's a great example and and he had to live through some really rough years at houston wondering if there was ever going to get better and and boy did it did it did get better he did it did so now let's get to when you mentioned uh husbandry okay let's get to the love in the air did you know carlos correa was going.

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"shastri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Thing i trade them or anything like that but i'll tell you he makes it very difficult to defend them very living altay getting a dog doing this thing what he's one of the bath terrible now was horrible it was horrible and we and we got upset when joe horn pull the cell phone out of it all my langley that's nothing compared to this minor league beats ellipse next in the nfl to their credit give the nfl credit i liked the fact that they opened up the celebrate and ensure and will they should but you've got shastri's taste well every the room where he grabbed my now i know del boeckler i i'm a dog o f it's almost like players is saying yes you expanded it but let's try to find that again what's next year is it going to strip naked after the score a touchdown is that common job pass on go up past two what did surprise you nothing surprises me but i just really close all nothing is a surprise nothing is but i'll tell you overall surprise one they when jets when the super bowl wsb how will surprising if the jets at a winning season issued i would be surprised i'd be floored outdoor place bafonni football is back on this savoring this one yesterday i will could i will enjoy it all week i'll tell you that so what happens next week they would ask what the cameras governor coming out of london winning forty four seven will go to kinda mood you're in monday morning here i have no idea who i could be happy i could be said i'm happy today though i assure what a football weekend a lot of other game they'll get to his yeah also carmelo anthony was trade if you haven't heard your calls well eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six football his back and seek is the smartest easiest way to get tickets he you can go to any giant shared or whatever game you wanna go to baseball to even though the.

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"shastri" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on KTRH

"In the rain changing force for soil ph values it takes an immense amount of contamination due to at its talk to flying every breath we take so if we can't brief without sucking any these particles in and we have lab tests tobacco subsidy human testing uh precipitation testing matches the pats exactly bottom line from the clouds to the ground the entire web of life including the climate system in every breath we take it being radically and horrifically affected by these programmes is not an immediate fight for life well uh it was for us here in burbank oh you know our house uh right there the mound behind our house surrounded by wildfires and this was just a couple of weeks ago and at that same point up and down the west coast in into uh throughout montana colorado doesn't matter pick a state the the temperatures were so so abnormally high we were up for the eclipse in in lake shasta work you know you're up there and it was it was a hundred something degrees in the mountains and we had a wild fire up there while we were in shastri we get back the wildfires breakout in burbank and then it seem like all of the same time mm these things broke out in every state on the west coast i'm not sure if this is beyond coincidence what is causing all of this at the exact same time first look at the ridiculously resilient ridge and i'm using the exact hurley meteorologist used for the persistent high pressure reach that in baked into west since two thousand seven and we know that the i heater facilities like heart there's several dozen of those around the globe data proves conclusively that they can in fact and red eye honest fear now that can cause the oscar to push down as well as up air and compressing being pushed down creates a high pressure zone crete because of that compressing air so we have this dome over the west now how this climate engineering affect the forest fires totally disrupt the hydrological cycle one because they're blocking the rain with a high pressure dom to the difficult particles absorb crete all available atmospheric moisture reduces atmospheric relative humidity right three destroys.

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"shastri" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on WGTK

"The answer welcome back to the tailor law review pond hugh hewitt lost in the media madness over trump and russia is the fact that our big cities are becoming considerably more dangerous and one of the targets of the violence the very people sign to protect us police heather mcdonald author of the war on cops discussed the latest what mike gallagher you wrote a piece that appeared last week about how politically fueled cop hatred led to this brutal assassination of year old mother of three and the infuriating part of this i know you and i've talked about this before but how this is not a front page in your face relentless story of how people who are sworn enemies of the police have decided to go out light terrorists you know like terrorists have committed acts of terror and killed innocent people davis shastri needed police officers we saw a year ago in dallas we we saw last week in new york city and heather i fear this problem is getting worse not better or the number certainly bear you out mike this year gun murders of officers you're at nine percent over last year wafting fifty three percent increase in gun murder this narrative and it's poisonous eric is not going away fortunately we no longer have a president in the white house who made every effort to we affirm that he men gatien's black lives matter narrative trump ran on a law and order platform spoke out out for the black wide it would be lodged thing phony narrative because queens your backing off of policing in minority neighborhood but it's going to take a long time and much more concerted effort had have been made so far to try and this poison from the body politic and you know the irony is that when the police under attack as they are today at any facination and they are just in more extreme variation trade the cops.

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"shastri" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

"Tickets breeze postage of waterslide speaking right funded and were set parents are tough and often a just be taking pictures all day dini fun too that's why i love it here they're rides in slides that the tallest aimless malice members of my family can join together for details of every size for everyone at carrow carrots including planets new carolina are saveon tickets today by visiting caroline's dot com support for this podcast comes from the fresh market celebrating the july fourth holiday with weekend sampling and fresh ingredients for your get togethers including seasonal produce meat and seafood prepared sides and more online at the fresh market dot com hi despite birth from spike car radio area are again on the porch in malibu and i'm here with great jeremy piven a huge fan of him and his dogging is you dougie's named frenchie baba bubba it says frenchie on the caller who you look at it out here you know it's like him he does have a little thumbing his ju by some you're not going to call the dog right right i can they did while we taken a serious turned here catch the list now what podcast onecom apple podcast for the podcast one half the mystical music since i a shacks massage parlours is this before after they go face falls all right this is a is a segment we borrowed from our friends at bleacher report yes called shastri dominace so earlier this year she kilo neil predicted the super bowl victory for the patriots almost to the letter he laid out the story line i mean like to the fact that tom brady's gonna lead of what happened the here come the patriots and least to the letter said we welcome in shacks predominance check and we're going to give you a few things scheckter you get to make some predictions on and will save needs we'll see how she extra 'damas does later in the year we'll we'll come back to these drugs are so shack predicted last year super bowl as we noted who will play in this year's super bowl and who will win.

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"shastri" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"And he is see had nightvision goggles that he brought with him on this trip then he would creep up to the windows when the lights are out when the family is sleeping and he was looking in the window so he could get an accurate layout of the inside of the home because he was planning his attack right and he was waiting for the right time to strike while on the night of the murders um there's a couple of different reports here and i think maybe the confusion is where was dillon where was shasta but but the way that the story goes is this is that at some point on the night of the murders um chances mother brenda she came into her room and asked her to come out into the living room shasta was asleep at this point and then she calls out to dylan and dylan then joins them in the living room as well now shasta says that when she got there um the this is the first time she sees this strange man she's never seen him before and he's in the living room with her family members at this point um mark mckenzie is already bound in he's on the ground and then we also have slade who is bound just with the hands of but he's on the floors well then it's at this point that the strange man he ties up shastri's mother brenda the man she says is wearing dark clothing and he's wearing dark gloves black gloves so after dunkin' has the two adults and the one teenager bound he's gonna then take the eight and nine year old bound them up and then bring them out to a pickup truck they as parked in there i'm i'm guessing their driveway yet he has it did his part somewhere on the property he puts them in the pickup truck and then he goes back inside now shasta says that the kids uh in the pickup truck they heard several screams coming from the house after duncan had returned but eventually.

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"shastri" Discussed on True Crime Garage

True Crime Garage

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on True Crime Garage

"Now the little girl at this point once she's alone she looks at the waitress and she tells her that her name is shasta growney and the she she wants to see her daddy even though the little girl appeared to be fine and she she didn't appear to have any you know noticeable injuries on her she appeared to be healthy she was quickly take into the air in area hospital as this is standard procedure and she remained in the hospital for a couple of days now shastri's father stephen growney he was notified and he will heed actually gone to seattle on a short trip to visit his sister shortly after arriving in seattle he gets a phone call the they've found his daughter and so he's gonna have to travel back from seattle to to to court elaine now that now keep in mind here's the strange sing here captain this denny's restaurant is is located near relatively near where the crime scene took place where this girl was abducted from mckay so the man who has apprehended a he sat in jail and all the while everyone is wondering what happened to dillon yeah that's the question here in one we need to figure out if they were resumed were they witnesses to the murders were there more than one um perpetrator perpetrator uh is there may be a group of people working what is the motive uh what trauma has she gone through where was she kept her where was she held during this time right layers of deng like i said i you know again people assuming that there on the run i don't think is you know you should never assume but also where is dylan and who is this man that they have in custody then that's what we'll get into next episode.

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"shastri" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on KELO

"Of congress that the guy had in his pocket will house that for some fake news her what it's a it's a little bit like the stupidity we shared with you yesterday of abc nbc and others talking about a violent islamic extremist who tried to kill a bunch of people in perish an all they would say used he was known to have extremism ties yeah what kind of extremism don't say it right because that would be acceptable unbelievable and we wish this report about how the list of names and the fbi agent who made this announcement just moments ago wouldn't even confirm the political affiliation of the six names could it be because then it becomes she'll painfully clear that this was a political assassination attempt we know it was we know it was and yet they're pretending they're pretending that it short of the big you bush no ambiguity here whatsoever none coming up to talk to the chairwoman of the republican national committee will get rama roma the the go the daniels perspective on last night's big victory walser dive into the health care debate and we may visit this again this is shastri nationlist found on the body of the loophole bernie sanders loving but maniac who tried to assassinate abed bunch of members of congress watch look at the look if the mainstream media zephir to downplay the political affiliation of the shooter unbelievable i'm sure she would do the same thing if it had been a trump supporter or republican shooting to bunch of democrats i know that she wouldn't jump to any conclusions if that happened right what a what a bunch of clouds what a pledge of clouds wealth within the white gallagher show.

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"shastri" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler

Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"shastri" Discussed on Hannibal Buress: Handsome Rambler

"A light alone they met the nice means be mean immediate us with as maturity any we will keep on one day and i have rant you know how you get to the homebase any like he was like the person is supposed to catch the bar right there on instead of catching a bar he grabbed me throw me of show some i'm joe as an alley and in a bit of minute but and then it was nice to me ever since that after that oh wait a minute he keeps us rejection he was in the you'd like they like caveman style now he's a snatch me up throw me over his shoulder we're in jail apple days dan's was dane he in life now i hope we injury reynolds going through will box shastri is that shashank this when you get stab right arnold schwarzenegger's anything harder moon jae crowder i just call it joe six i shall shining i thought that's when you stand so you get is millionaire on on the water bottle and then you succeed and then going to succeed more as an actress a comedian what else are you gotta what else you do i once you get your heart footing in in the entertainment game i know you get some other she's again thought i wanna buy piece of property every year for the next fifteen years yeah so by the time 15 years come up i'll be a multimillionaire just often land announcing oak also i would like to a one day um you know a open at some grew pounds a for disadvantaged youth in have like our arts and stuff going on my for foster kids because a lot of times when you in a system there's no there's you you'd move from school to school so much you have no chance to really invest in your art so i would like to.

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