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"sino" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Was there you go, so I tweeted the sound just said it's just getting started. Right. Fun, fun fun for the Baden family more on the traveling all over the world. Because this open drives two We're talking Kazakhstan, Oman. They're not even the Ukraine. China is like six or seven or eight plays all over the world that they were doing this, but Hunter Biden and Jim Biden have a well documented decades long record of business disasters. Did you get any sense that either one of these guys was qualified to be conducting this kind of business? The only qualification they had was the by name. But they seem tohave parlayed that into quite a few deals in quite a few countries. And I interrupted you so give me continue with where they were doing these deals. Yes. So you had asked, you know the extent of my communication with Hunter by and so when I decide to come off the bench and and entertainment and the CEO of Sino Hall codings, obviously I was brought up to speed on the work that they had been doing in Oman. Luxembourg, France, Romania, Kazakhstan and stuff like that, because that was all going to be integrated into Sino Hawk Holdings on DSO. You asked to the extent that I spent time with Hunter Biden I personally was in Bucharest, Romania, with Hunter Bite and Jim Biden, James Galia, Rob Walker. I was in Monaco for the annual Grand Prix. There was supposed to sit with Hunter Biden. I met him. I meant on the patio of his hotel on. I sat there and waited for two hours on DH. You can imagine how angry and I was frustrated after sitting on it for two hours waiting for him without a text. A phone call to let me know I can't make it. I'm tied up. Okay? And there's one more piece here about all over the world whose Kazakhstan now I had no exposure to Kazakhstan deal. I'm not aware of any, by the way. No, I'm going to say this because we're going to play for you. Next on. This is There is a there's billions In one of these deals understand billions, Okay, not millions. And so here's the deal. It's not just Ukraine.
Xbox Series X and S Prices Revealed
"What do we? It has been for xbox. They finally announced the xbox series s we finally finally finally know the release date in price for both consoles. November tenth is on the next generation of xbox kicks off series x five hundred dollars series as three hundred dollars. A full two, hundred dollars cheaper digital only actually doesn't seem like it's that much less powerful It's basically. into. Four correct me if I'm wrong, it's not four K.. It's fourteen forty. The thrill leaning into the series s that's correct gets, but it can scale to four K. on your four K. TV and it plays media in four. K.. Wow, not video games. So are you surprised at the the two hundred dollar price difference between these two councils it makes the series s really really impressive and tempting I don't think it was something that that many sorta really hard core really engaged gamers like that super interested in this all the price in the specs I've seen a lot of people going to be like well, maybe. Yes. During the times, it's it's well suited to to kind of. Navigate for both kind of Gamers is a needs. If you want the upscale absolutely highest price edition, sure that that's an option. But at the same time, if you're on a little bit more of a budget seem super smart especially just enough in this landscape with twenty twenty it's kind of interesting route a because we know that you know most people don't have a four K. television they probably won't for A. While, and this will make you games look really good on your current television It's a next GEN system for thirty bucks I mean I think that's a really cool a really cool competitive move to make especially now that they have a subscription service to back it up and just a few other things you know xbox has going for it right now, what they don't have is a bunch of exclusive watch games. Held out this long, i. mean it makes sense obviously in the game of chicken but this does seem like one of its greatest selling points semi pun intended. So it's It's interesting that the sticking them less long and obviously due to a leak initially before they owned the news themselves but it's a like mixed. It's a huge differentiator and definitely makes the the deal between the two of them the most significant thing for Microsoft. The value proposition, right? Yeah. The five hundred dollar version two is still like that's kind of what we expected this for some reason it's is I think it's really smart, not the delay but that they kind of. are talking about they talked about the s price at almost the same time because like that's all people were talking about like we would be talking about the PS five versus the xbox price right now as soon as bs five comes out, but there's always gonna be this this three, hundred dollar one and their people don't have to get the of the full one. It's just it's just a really interesting move I can't think of a precedent for at. A financing option to right. So yeah. That's just like another consumer friendly option that is clearly the a big corner cornerstone point for their entire next-gen lineup. Yeah we should definitely talk about that. That's xbox all access which allows you to get in on next generation xbox for as little as twenty five dollars a month for twenty four months you that over two years and that also gets you. Game Pass ultimate to get more than one hundred access to more than one hundred games plus every mega first party game day. One you get. So it's actually it. It seems to be like a staggering deal especially if what if? Halo infinite had been there at lunch twenty, five dollars for twenty five dollars. You got the new xbox and Halo Infinite Right on day one, it's unbelievable. Clearly, there's GonNa be some of those games that you don't care about including every first party game and including EA Games. Now, like that's basically like a price cut like you can imagine that console is sixty dollars even cheaper than the PS five is because you don't have to pay sixty dollars to get a little infant. Yeah the price of that subscription. It's it's amazing. It's really really cool I. Want I want to circle back on really underscores something that Sam said about the xbox series S. The thing that impresses me so much that I think is so smart. That it really did focus in on resolution like if you have a four K. TV like we opie seriously consider the series. But if you don't, if you're either plugging that thing into a monitor or you still have to be like the fact that the series s is pretty compromise free and that really that extra power is only being used to push you know these extra forecast pixels and law resolutions. The Games will just as good. I think that was very very clever and very savvy and consumer-friendly Gosh I don't have enough positive things to say about like that being the point of differentiation between these two consoles and like like I still don't actually have a four K. TV every year every every Christmas. This is the year but then it's like well, then there's then there's other new tech and there's HCR government maybe I'll just wait one more year and so like I'm still chugging away ten eighteen. And You know. So it's like I'm one of US consumers like Sino. I've seen some people wondering like well. It's like. Well, you know we exist for a wide variety of reasons I think it's like seventy percent of people that have consoles don't have a four. K. TV. As you say often use a projector and people find that confounding. Confounding because it's not as great resolution like you can still get a four K. projector and I do and like you know I I have really good setup, but ultimately, it's totally lighting based. So if you're in a bright living room, kind of does not make for a great experience, but you can have a huge. Screen the biggest screen out of any. Huge. Fun. T to do most of your gaming on a projector. That's how you do pre pandemic yeah. Okay Now more committed to a TV. TV. Okay. So a five, hundred, x, three, hundred
"sino" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Call Kevin for Edo. 560555. Sino. Kevin is refinancing two of my houses Right now, That's right and doing an incredible job if you want a low rate I'm getting under 4% for an investment property. It's an incredible great villains, getting his algebra grade in percentage Azan interest rate that's a maybe, or I think that's a little higher. That's hard to do. 4% definitely give down. Call fordo for 98 8000. We've got 90 seconds here about ready to move into Kevin Kosinski. Jesus with the low rates, Kevin So remember, a few weeks ago, I said how they just added in half a point, and basically just tried to add another billion dollars. Take a couple points off Kevin so they did. They took another. They took that half away their add me in December. Not now, so I was terrified. I know you were scared. You call me every time I was calling Kevin every single day because he had to pay that you they were saying, Oh, sorry. Things are, you know, underwriting. We need this. We need that normal, underrated. And I was like, Kevin, you better close me before the end of this month so everybody can relax. It's not on until December. So which which made sense? You've got to give people time to. You know that sounded like that. That was crazy. It was like and they just did it. I have the gold. They make the rules. So so if you want to take advantage because the will be a half point higher Right before you lower now, yet it will be a half point higher in December. Which means you need to get own this right now. Give Kevin a call for you Know 560 55 55 45.
Can Victoria get it done in three more weeks?
"Sino Men People Victoria had been working really hard for weeks and weeks now to try to get the numbers down there and they've gone from seven hundred ish new cases of Covid Day Dan to two hundred in about three weeks. I'm sorry there's another three weeks before those restrictions are due to the stage four restrictions. How likely is that going to be able to go back to a normal way of life at that time? There are a lot of variables I think is highly unlikely that people will be going back to a normal way of life in Victoria for a long time to come, for example, mandatory mass to be out there for a long time to come what's a long time I don't know the answer to that question. But really for quite awhile, and certainly it's going to be a help to have mandatory masks when they do start relieving restrictions I think we're going to be very nervous about lifting restrictions with anything more than zero spreads. So that's what they're expected expecting but I think that's Unlikely, in three weeks and people getting tired in D., H. S.. So you've got some incredibly hard workers who the contact tracing the testing who are running teams and they're getting really tired. It's emotionally difficult for them. They're they're doing incredible work as indeed are victorians under this lockdown you'd have to say so an since which those teams hold together manage to actually go the distance themselves and then are those teams really being held by the system. So you've got h care that still a problem Victoria it's not at all clear the extent to which you've got healthcare worker problems in hospitals. They were very late telling us about the role Melbourne break. There were probably late telling us about the Franks hospital. If to save face or political problems, they're not telling us about hospital outbreaks and those continue and they're being spread to patients. I don't know whether they are not one here's anecdotes, but if they don't get in there and solve those very specific problems of high risk workplaces like food, processing storage, and so on. And each care and hospitals then they could continue to be sources of outbreaks moving forward. So has the department got the capacity to get in there and just as a matter of interest for you the that's not the responsibility of Brett Sutton chief health officer. There are other by teen structure in Victoria, and they have a chief medical officer who's in charge of safety and quality in healthcare and the and the bureaucrats obviously have a major responsibility here. So let's hope that they can get on top of that to control the epidemic. What's Christmas look in Victoria look they could be zero spread certainly by Christmas we. Should be zero spread well before that but it's this ability to actually get in there and deal with that and deal with it transparency transparently and shine a light on where the problems and admit to it because admitting to it is not just taking flak in the press. This is about actually the whole system being organized around with our full who points of the outbreak, and we know that there are focal points already and just telling us what their efforts are in those areas and their strategy because at the moment I suspect some daughter are being hidden from us and we don't know and I don't think they're going to get zero spreading unless they can sort that out. Well, we've got some. Feedback and some clarifications from audience and thank you all so much for talking to us and letting us know what you're thinking about when you're listening. I'm recalling clarification corner that's right and so the first clarification to clarify is that we asked you guys to send in how long it was taking tests to come back where you live and we said that remote parts of Australia it was taking twenty four to forty eight hours and then in Melbourne in Victoria it was taking about five days and people saying that Nar, lots of friends and family getting Melvin test results back in twenty four to forty eight hours. True. So maybe there was a bit of a self selecting bias there as a health. And Science report is we should be on that but thanks for keeping us on ties with that one you guys ended no defense. We did say it was anecdotal, but that's not us being defensive. We should have probably emphasized that and I have another question for clarification, which comes from our episode where she can go back and find which is why vaccines mandatory and we talked about their research, which showed the suggested what the order of symptoms where which started with fever went to cough and so on and quite rightly people have written in and saying that is not to be taken as Gospel absolutely is right. The any of the symptoms that you get in any order it doesn't you don't. Have to fever go and get tested. So Muscle sore throat that sort of thing get tested fevers essential and another thing that we're getting a lot from you guys on is questions about vaccine. So we thought we would do a quick fire Monday on vaccines and just try to cover up as many of your questions as possible. So Norman you ready to answer some vaccine questions off too deep breath ready to go. Now, how is an unvaccinated person a threat to a vaccinated person? So I take it this comes from comments at government level where people are saying well, if you're not immunized, you won't get on a train or you want to go to an office situation and what have you What's the problem with that? If everybody else is vaccinated well. The fact of the matter is that. This issue of Herod Immunity. and. The more people who are immunized the less circulating ours you've got and the less have spreading it. So a big reason why you want ninety five percent of kids in their first year of life to be immunized and a lot of the rest of us to be reunited as well as so there's not much around. So kids who are vulnerable in the first three or four months of life don't catch hooping cough. So in a sense you, we are trying to remove the burden of disease in the community how they distributed, but it's Unclear but I would imagine through general patches through pharmacies and also targeted immunization programs to healthcare workers and heath care centers, and so on. It would be very silver to try and create a whole new process. For this, we've got recognize immunizing the public and that's what we should use. In this case just make sure it was just the right place because you're going to maintain a call chain. So the viruses are active and effective when when you get to the point of delivering is there enough evidence to suggest that it's safe not yet. Which is why those phase three trials. So important, it doesn't take that many cases to actually find out whether it works and human beings. Maybe four hundred people need to be infected with covid nineteen in vaccine experiment so that the two hundred, the placebo two, hundred in the active group to find out whether it works but you gotTa do it maybe thirty thousand people to find out that it's safe just to be sure that rare side effects don't emerge. The answer is no particular question on pregnant women will it be safe? Pregnant women? The answer is unknown at this stage. It's known that the influenza vaccine is safe is very safe in pregnant women, and in fact, pregnant women must be immunized for influence because you do not want to catch influence when you're pregnant. And you don't want to be to catch it two straight after birth. So pregnancies. A really important question to be asked. So pregnancy and children and immuno-compromised those are the groups of people where you are going to have to test it and be sure it's likely. It will be safe from past experience. But some of these vaccines are very new technologies that haven't been properly tested in all groups. In the community we do know that the Oxford style vaccine which is the chimpanzee virus has been tested. In children in with other viruses it's been around for a while that technology and it was safe and children and effective with other viruses. I can't quit you homegrown in my head at the moment but says some experience there but the Mr Vaccine from the United States or Germany those we are yet to be tasted in those groups will get the vaccine I while they say that what who get it are. People who are older people complicated medical problems, healthcare workers, and high risk environments. Those sorts of situations which will be is I, but here's the problem. If you don't immunize the poll population as quickly as possible, the virus is mutating all the time and that if you vaccinate if you immunize than mutations of the virus which are not covered by the vaccine could escape. And multiply if you don't get in there, do it quickly and that's one of the problems of Mexico or wherever is taking up the Russian vaccine some countries trying out in a couple of thousand people. You could actually get mutations of the virus surviving in countries like that and seaways antibody resistance, and we could be creating a nightmare for herself by ourselves by another country. Just little bits of immunization and we get viral resistance. Well, that's a real nice note to end on. Thanks everyone for your vaccine questions and let us know if you lock these quickfire rounds and if so what you'd like us to talk about next time
Why make a vaccine mandatory?
"Sino men were hearing that the Australian government is is trying to secure US supply of vaccine for strands. Once a vaccine is successful, which is great to hear, but we're also hearing from the peon that he wants to make it. As mandatory as possible that people would have to get it at, which is sort of interesting wording I thought given that the vast majority of Austrians have indicated this research showing that they've indicated that they would get it if they could and only a really small proportion say that they wouldn't. So what's the purpose of making a vaccine mandatory if people wanted anyway well, it is a risky strategy. Even, people that might be in favor of having the vaccine might say, well, you're going to force me to have it stuff you. I'M NOT GONNA have it and rebel against the idea just because you're forcing people to have it. So it is a is a difficult situation and you'd have to be pretty sure that the vaccine that you're offering is very, very safe. So that's that's the ethical side of it. There is there are two good scientific reasons for doing it although I'm not promoting the mandatory view I'm just giving you the argument here. So. There is one which is to do with the virus one reasons to do with the virus. So, the virus mutates all the time and by the play of Chen, some of the mutations will give that particular version of the virus an advantage. So we've got this virus that's one four G. that's dominant in Australia, and that's almost certainly dominant because two mutation on the spike protein that allows the virus to enter the body that six one, four g mutation almost certainly. Allows the virus to be transmitted more easily, and therefore that version of the virus will preferentially survive. There'll be more of it is doesn't seem to be a naseer form of the viruses just has more survival advantage. Now, the only selective pressure on the virus at the moment is social distancing. So by social distancing, we're making the harder for the virus to spread in the community. and. Therefore, the viruses that will tend to survive when your social distancing locking down will be those that transmit more easily. But as soon as you go to vaccine and vaccine is blocking a whole lot of mutants of the virus but there might be mutants of the virus which are resistant to the version of the viruses, the vaccine, and therefore those mutants might escape round and therefore it's a bit like antibiotic resistance and you've got a sense viruses that are resistant to antibiotics resistant to that particular form of the vaccine. Now if you mandate a vaccine and you try and get very quickly one hundred percent of the community or near it. Immunized there's almost no virus left in the community to mutate and spin around and get around the corner. That's a strong scientific reason for mandating it or trying to get almost one hundred percent coverage. The other reason is that you don't know yet how effective the new vaccines are going to be. It may be that the first versions are only fifty or sixty percent effective. So therefore, do the maths if only say seventy percent of the community gets immunized and it's only fifty percent effective. Then you've only got thirty thirty, five percent coverage that's not enough to give you large enough haired immunity to. Get the virus down to very low levels. I mean the other incentive is that you know if you WANNA go to Port Douglas for your holidays, you're GonNa need something like the old yellow fever vaccination certificate to show that you've had it before they'll let you in and that'll be a strong incentive to people to do that or if you want to go to the movies, you gotTa Show Your certificate but you've had it done robin mandating it you got to be immunized to get into certain environments right then that's what we have at the moment in the sense with child vaccinations. And being able to access childcare but there are problems with mandating a vaccine that on one hand is the individual side of it where you balancing someone's ability to have an individual choice against the greater. Good. But even on the greater good. If they were problems of the vaccine, because anything that we have is going to be brought out quite quickly if there were any sort of problems with it, then that really arrives that public trust and might make it even harder to get the sort of number of vaccinated people that we would need to get to get the reduction in transmissibility that is. What we need a vaccine full yeah and those are really good reasons. The reason that you can really push it hard particularly, which preschool children is that the vaccines we have given to hundreds of millions of kids, hundreds of millions of adults. We know the really safe. We know the site apart profile, really really rare and you can insist on it with a lot with a high degree of safety. In other words, you know what the risks of getting measles are, and you know what the risks getting polio are and the risks of the vaccine or infinitesimal highly almost non measurable comp-. In comparison. covid nineteen it's a little bit different because point six percent of people die from this although ten or fifteen percent maybe even more get quite unwell with it. So that's quite a large proportion of the community but you the you're right. That is the equation of the government is going to be very confident about. Okay. So let's say we do have a vaccine and one hundred percent of Australians get vaccinated what we still living on a planet with other people we can't. We can't guarantee vaccination for the whole globe. So there is there is an answer to that question and Garvey the global. Immunization Initiative not for profit initiative argues exactly that point is that there is no point and just having your own nation immunized because if you want International Border Open Up, you need the world to be immunised, which is why they've got this system through Sepe and Garvey of of funding vaccine so that low income countries get access to the to the
"sino" Discussed on The CyberWire
"And joining me once again is Andrea Little Lumbago? She's the vice president of research and analysis at Interros It's great to have you back. I wanted to go on a little journey with you today. In sort of a take a real broad global look at where we find ourselves when it comes to some of the changes that you're tracking in when. When it comes to the policy around the world when it comes to Cybersecurity, what do you suppose a good place to start is? That's a great question because I feel like we're at a point where things are starting to move really quickly, which you and the policy space. You don't see that very often. Um You the way I look at it currently this'll. Painted sort of a broader picture. There are these trends that were already underway prior to couvert nineteen, and they and we can dress any number of these, but Newman's towards data storage less trust towards different countries in there in some of their national champions and their their software. Internet blackouts which we've talked about in the past concerns over privacy data stealing all those kind of things they were in their under you know starting to. Become quite worrisome in different areas with Kobe. Nineteen I feel like so much has been accelerated because of that as you country, start turning inward. You're starting to see just more. Tensions are starting to emerge on the deal political scene, and so that has direct repercussions. What's going on as far as the broader range of Cybersecurity and cyber risk? That's going on and so. I think about you? It's almost code was almost perfect storm where you had serve this fragile system that was emerging and with such a big shock to that system. It's just become really really disruptive. So. That's why you start you. We've seen article after article on how there's been a string of ransomware, attack and phishing attacks, and so forth linked to covid nineteen and trying to take advantage of people. Their current states and the work from home environment. All that that's going on. And at the same time you with on the geopolitical, senior US and China. Obviously had underlying tensions that were already bubbling up there. You had a trade war warrant hair for that was going on there. You know cross almost every issue you can think of there are different tensions. And those are really escalating and we're. We're seeing that play out in law. The they restricted entities that are popping up from the government, and and as far as the one big trend that I'm looking at that I, think was a little bit below the surface prior and is really accelerating. I look at the restricted entities because I think if almost as. Of the indictments, and if you remember twenty, fourteen was when there were the indictments. It's five. People Liberation Army members right and. That sort of kicked off what we now see on indictments now I cyber. Espionage Cyber Theft cyber-attacks. However, you want to frame it. Those are fairly commonplace now. But in two thousand fourteen, that was a really big deal because that was the very first time that the diamonds against a another country. And I feel like we're out of service. Similar tipping point right now with restricted entities. Where we're seeing in unions, not just wall way and Z. T. E it's it's those were to me like those are almost the same as to my fourteen appeal. The file a we were seeing everything from. Restrictions on software that. Include while Wayne Z. T., but also extended into a broader range of of tech companies. And it was just last month in June, Pentagon had name twenty companies with alleged links to la, and that's different than some of the other. Department of Commerce Bureau of Industry and security, they've designated entities the over thirty in the last few weeks, and the State Department naming some of them, and so you've got this whole government approach going on. That's naming these restrict entities and I think he just highlights the growing distrust between the two countries, and that's to me is it's just a really interesting way to look at how geopolitics is directly impacting various components of cyber security in a really is through some the tech in that the trusted components that are both the software and hardware. Well and even we see you things like what's going on with technology where you have you know Australia, threatening to ban them, India, banning them and you know. Starting to to hear people in Congress, making suggestions that perhaps banning Annapolis Tick Tock would be a good thing to do I mean that's an interesting development. Not Think it absolutely is and the great. White Tiktok is such a good example. If you actually now on the one hand I've got children and I think I think I just just one. To take one off their phone yesterday, I'm sure it's already back on because it which gets into how much how integrated it is into their lives especially for for Gen Z., but you know India was the first one really to. You know to make more of a prominent stateman and it. and. I think we can't overlook the timing of that in that. There were the conflict between the troops Indian China. They're still ongoing. Early took off You know a few weeks ago. You know it's one of those things that. You know in their terms of service. which are you like almost all of them? Are you huge and hard to get through? And no one's really gonna read them all. Right married within the already and basically does say we're GONNA. Take A and we're going to be. Taking you Dick euless amount of data. And it is, it's. I think it'll be interesting to see what happens with that and how much people actually care. And that's where you get into the the security experts talking about the government worried about it. Will. Be Interesting to see whether it's something that. Does actually pervade society, or whether it becomes something where certain corporations don't allow it, and that sort of angle that we're seeing right now. With a couple of different companies have been trying to ban their their workforce from using it, so we'll see which direction ago is or whether the government will step in, and you add it to this some sort of restricted entity. Yeah Get it off all those kids I know, can you imagine? Exactly. With, hard to get off. Your TIKTOK! During the middle of a pin beyond. that. Exactly right yeah. All right we'll entering a little LUMBAGO. Thanks for joining us. Thank you so much. And that's the cyber wire. Berlingske Hall today's stories check out our daily briefing at the cyber wire dot com, and for professionals and cybersecurity leaders who want to stay abreast of this rapidly evolving field. Sign up for Cyber Wipro. It'll save you time and keep you informed. 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Pompeo Visits U.K. To Discuss Joint Efforts To Counter China
"London London Now Now that that is is where where Secretary Secretary of of State State Mike Mike Pompeo Pompeo was was today, today, talking talking with with British British counterparts counterparts about about joint joint efforts efforts to to counter counter China. China. The The secretary secretary congratulated congratulated the United Kingdom for moving earlier this month to ban Huawei, the controversial Chinese telecom giant from the development of Britain's five G network, NPR's Frank Langfitt reports. Compound kicked off today's joint press conference by giving Britain a public pat on the back for supporting a harder line against Beijing. I want to take this opportunity Tio congratulate the British government for its principal responses to these challenges. You made a sovereign decision to ban WOL away from future five G networks. You generously opened your doors to Congress who speak nothing more playing just for some freedom. We support those sovereign choices we think well done. Pompon was referring to Britain's recent decision to offer a path to citizenship for up to nearly three million Hong Kongers after Beijing implemented a national security law, which is shrinking freedoms in the former British colony. The Chinese government has grown more assertive UK has repeatedly pushed back in recent months today. Pompeo also met with China Hawks in the British parliament and what was seen as an attempt to pressure Prime Minister Boris Johnson today can even harder line against China's ruling Communist Party. When a reporter asked British Foreign Secretary Dominic Rob, with pressure from the Trump administration has influenced the UK China policy robbed, denied any questions mean Mike and I always have constructive discussions and actually majority times on views overlap when we work together very well. Today's press conference was designed to affirm an Anglo American stance towards the world's second largest economy. Pompeii went much further, saying countries across the globe should join together to call out China for its moves in the South China Sea along the Sino Indian border. You can't go make claims for maritime reaches that you have no lawful claim to You can't threaten countries and bully them in the camellias. We want. We want to see every nation who understands freedom and democracy to understand this threat that the Chinese Communist Party is posing to them and to work both themselves and collectively. To restore what is rightfully ours. China's criticized the U. S and U K for engaging in what it calls a Cold War mentality. But this isn't just about geopolitics. With more than 140,000 Americans dead from covert 19 in the economy and recession. President Trump is trying to portray Joe Biden, the presumptive Democratic nominee, is soft on China and hopes his increasingly hard line will help him win a second term come November.
Hong Kong: Trump sanctions Chinese officials
"Trump this week signed a Congressional Sanctions act punishing Chinese officials for Beijing's new national security law in Hong Kong. The law in breach of the Sino British treaty imposes
UK-China ties freeze with debate over Huawei, Hong Kong
"Britain and China ties a cooling swiftly with debate over wallowing on Hong Kong only five years ago then British prime minister David Cameron was celebrating a golden era in Britain Sino relations bonding with president xi jin ping over a pint of beer and signing of trade deals worth billions those friendly scenes now seem like a distant memory hostile rhetoric has ratcheted up in recent days the Beijing's new security law Hong Kong Britain's decision to offer refuge to millions in the former colony was met with a stern telling off and Chinese officials have threatened consequences if Britain decides to cut Chinese technology giant one way out of its critical telecoms infrastructure Charles the law does not London
How a Passion for Patients turned this Pharmacist into a Software Developer with Newvick Lee
"Went through all this work in effort to become a pharmacist. And then you left pharmacy like you know got a job after you laugh, too. So what led to that like? Regis defined it as fulfilling, or you just were very excited by software, engineering or Yeah! That's a good question. Yeah spent maybe like. Five six years in an industry including education. I think. The more. That's really monroe for me when when I made that program to all the made finding prescription due dates. Preceding that that's program. Bring down the task for like two hours to less than the second. I. I can't tell you how amazing that was. Like it was so painful just looking through every specialty. Bro And finding that but being able to do that in just in just a short program. I thought that this is. This definitely I wanNA. Do in the future. Yeah. That's really cool and. You wrote that I program. What language technology re using some also thinking? Aren't there a lot of? Regulations like in pharmacies like imagine with their computers like things you can and can't do. So Dea it. They have lots of obstruction on the computer, but this was just a local, so I wrote it in Python and there's a local script. It didn't require any. External. dependencies in I didn't look for any other API's so I I just donald a spreadsheet file from our local pharmacy software and plug that into the firm Python program, and the on saw local, and there's nothing to worry about on security side. Gotcha I'm just laughing. Because I'm like imagining like in other jobs or other professions, you could just bring the work home with you, but it's like you can't just bring home like people like I'm sure. It's like sensitive data. Right that you're working with. Other. Same last name address and everything's all there, so you can't really take home, but. You're able to do it at the at the pharmacy while you're working and all that. Yes, keep it to that story, Yeah! Just for context for myself in the listeners. How long ago is this like when you first started coating when you're still working as a pharmacist? How many years ago at this point or pretty recent? Yes Oh. It's Today is the first. One full year that I've been at this company, and then the MRI her I saw been working. suffered the bubble for two years now. Yeah and I think I started just in these in opponent projects. Three years ago. So took me about a year to get. Re Yeah, yeah, exactly like you said about a year when I was working as pharmacists to feel comfortable to looking for a job, and I've been working as a developer for two years gotTa, and then how long were you pharmacist for? Awesome for two years, oaks about the same now right like seeing amount of work experience from pharmacy to announce a software developer torture. Gotcha okay, so we just got your background with the pharmacy in in all of that and your first job. which now you're not there. You're working at a SYNTECH company, right? Cool, so were you planning to work in Fintech? That sort of just come about because I feel like. Some of your experience would be really helpful in like a med tech kind of industry. Yes so that's that's another good question. So the eighty first company went down I. Actually had to go through a job, looking process and actually interested in metallic. How tap that sort of thing because? I thought okay, I do have A. Background there and that interest there, but the thing was when I started the appointees. I met second how companies they required. Either a lot of suffer experience or a lot of research, clinical experience and I had. Neither. So it was difficult to to get into that soul, I started looking into other companies that I thought I had a shot at and this company turned out to be a great fit for me. Go for Culture Wise, and also lies got it. That's interesting about the clinical experience. Research experience at the health. Tech MIDTECH. Quick Sino, could you? Is there a difference between those two things? I love talking about like the different sectors technology. Is There A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN MED? Tech in health tech. Some people police Actually I don't think there really is a difference in my point of view. Yeah, I, mean I. Don't know I. I was asking I was like. Okay. Could be medicine, maybe or to the health could be like me. Look physiotherapy or something. Yeah, yeah, that's a good point. Maybe helps more broad. YEA like. Fitness APP or something, or like the thing I always get commercials for Num num the weight loss. You know talking about Donald State. Have as many on I have Hulu, Hulu live TV, and I swear like. Every break! There's a new commercial which is like I guess it's an APP that uses psychology to help you lose weight, but I feel like that's kind of like I guess it was developed by. Doctors by must be yet like health. More. Health Tech
Karyopharm Moves to Expand Selinexor's Label
"This week we're gonNA talk about some updates from Lasko. Twenty twenty and then I'm going to focus on either as well as another company called, carry farm, so we're doing a little bit of a cancer focus on the show with this episode last episode. And yet should be should be a pretty good show, so I hope you're keeping safe and everything's going well for everyone. I know that the US in particular has been dealing with a lot right now. Not GonNa get too much into that, but I'm GONNA touch on it for the sake of the market, but. With Dell, let's get right into it. So the first thing I want to talk about is some news from Moscow. And one company in particular that I hadn't mentioned, but they seem to be. One of the bigger winners is adapt therapeutics ticker symbol ad, and they showed phase one trial data of ADP A to m four where fifty percents of patients with Sino you'll. Sarcoma exhibited partial responses. Now they also showed some data in believe lung, cancer, neck, and head cancer, and then also with melanoma, and a lot of these patients had responses so I think it's not only due to the soil sarcoma data, but for a lot of solid tumors they show that they're molecules able to lead to some kind of response, and the shares traded wildly high on this news up one hundred twenty eight percent, and then they didn't offering and as I brought this kind of stuff up before in the past. Seeing positive solid tumor data is huge because the market is gigantic I'm GonNa talk about this later, but in lung cancer non small cell lung cancer, the patient population is like two hundred and eighty thousand patients per year. So when you're thinking about companies that are likely to see big increases in stock you know. Are they looking at solid tumors? That's a big thing that you can ask yourself and if they're going to see some positive data in that than maybe you should think about how you WanNa. Play it. So good to see that from them might might do deeper dive in the future, but another company touch on is allergy therapeutics, and specifically they are a company that is doing an off the shelf cell therapy. And the data they showed isn't in it off the shelf car. T. Therapy so aloe five zero one and they were looking in relapsed, refractory, non Hodgkin Lymphoma, and the to specific subsets of that was deal. As well, as F. L.. And for all of you who've been watching my show, you'll know that as of last week. You understand clearly that deal is aggressive form of non Hodgkin Lymphoma whereas NFL or Informa- is more of a slow growing. Or an indolent non Hodgkin Lymphoma, so in both of these forms, which is better than just seeing it in say the version they saw an overall response rate of sixty three percent and thirty seven percent were complete responders and I believe this is in line with traditional car. T. Therapy in all explain in a second with off the shelf part means, and just before going to that. They also saw that around thirty two percent of patients saw site time release. Syndrome, which is also I. Think in line with some previous. Cardi therapies so. The benefit here really, and he's been approved for a few years now, and it's seen a lot of success, but those therapies aren't autologous cell therapy, so they need to get the patient. Take the blood from the patient isolate the cells, edit the cells, and then infuse them back into the patient,
What's behind latest India-China border tension?
"Week kindreds, perhaps thousands of Chinese troops crossed China's disputed border with India in the Himalayas minor scuffles along this frontier, a common, but the latest incursion came as a state-owned Chinese paper asserted new claims to land that its nuclear arms neighbor deems Indian and as a sombre backdrop tool. This relations with the United States a worse than they have been in decades, poisoning everything from trade and investment to scientific collaboration. However much all the regional muscle flexing a- pools the world, it makes sense to the Chinese Communist Party in Hong Kong. The party wants to stop a color revolution, which at thinks could bring Democrats to power there despite China's best efforts to rig the system. If eroding Hong. Kong's freedom causes economic damage. So be it party bigwigs reason. The territory is still an important place for Chinese firms to raise international capital especially since the Sino American. Feud makes it harder and riskier for them to do so in New York. But Hong Kong's GDP is equivalent to only three percent of mainland China's now down from more than eighteen percent in nineteen, ninety-seven, because the mainland's economy has grown fifteen fold since then. China's rulers assume that multinational firms and banks will keep a base in Hong Kong simply to be near the vast Chinese market. They're probably right. The simple picture that President Donald trump paints of America and China knocked in confrontation suits, channels rulers well. The party thinks that the balance of PA is shifting in China's favor. Mr Trump's insults feed Chinese nationalist anger, which the Party is delighted to exploit, just as it does any tensions between America and its allies. It portrays the democracy movement in Hong Kong as an American plot. That is absurd, but it helps explain many mainlanders as scorn for Hong Kong's protesters. The rest of the world should stand up to China's bullying. On the Sino Indian border. The two sides should talk more to avoid miscalculations as their leaders promised to in twenty eighteen. China should realize that if it tries the tactics that has used in the South China Sea Building Structures, undisputed ground and daring others to push back. It will be viewed with greater distrust by all its neighbors. In the case of Taiwan China faces a powerful deterrent, a suggestion in American law that America might come to Taiwan's aid where the islands to be attacked. There is a growing risk that a coke. Sure China may decide to put that to the test. America should make clear that doing so would be extremely dangerous. America's allies showed echo that loudly.
China Poised To Expand Control Over Hong Kong
"China's forceful takeover of Hong Kong appears to have begun and threats against Taiwan arising that's the message this week of the national people's Congress in Beijing moved to pass an onerous new security law for Hong Kong and the Chinese navy plans are practiced in imperious assault on an island controlled by Taiwan under the Sino British joint declaration China promised Hong Kong legal autonomy and the preservation of basic liberties including freedom of speech press and assembly yeah Beijing is now seeking to bypass the Hong Kong Legislative Council imposed the national security law unilaterally this rule by diktat means that by the end of what it means the end of one country two systems arrangement that Beijing promised for fifty years after nineteen ninety seven enforcement of the national security legislation would raise the legal lines between Hong Kong and the mainland by our deadline China's Communist Party legislature had released a draft of the bill but rest assured the purpose is to silence and punish dissent to prevent a repeat of last year's mass protest in Hong Kong for months Beijing is falsely accused protesters of seeking independence from the mainland and acting on behalf of a foreign black
Jobless claims jump another 4.4 million
"Labor department just out with its latest numbers on unemployment across the country last week another four point four million people filed for first time unemployment benefits adding to the twenty two million people currently out of work it means in the past five weeks a total of twenty six million Americans have found themselves either laid off or furloughed and that still doesn't include those who haven't been able to log on to state unemployment sites this represents by far the largest streak of US job losses ever on record this month some economists think the unemployment rate could reach a twenty percent again nearly four and a half million more Americans filing for jobless benefits according to the labor department this is been a special report from ABC news I'm sherry Preston nine oh to the coronavirus responsible for over forty more deaths in South Florida the Florida department of health announcing twenty more yesterday each in Miami Dade and Broward for more deaths in Palm Beach county Miami Dade state high death toll climbing to two hundred fifty two and statewide sixty deaths were reported yesterday Florida will soon be able to increase the number of code nineteen tests that can be processed per day by eighteen thousand after the state signed contracts with two new testing companies come around his chances in dissipates we'll be able to provide results within a two day period these tasks that these labs will primarily be where we send our samples that we collect in the long term care and assisted living facilities and at the community based walk up sites and governor Ron DeSantis says that these walk up testing sites will be in Miami Dade Palm Beach orange Hillsborough Duval and Leon counties nine oh three Broward county teacher is in need of life saving help to beat the corona virus fox trail elementary Stephanie Miller is is on on a a ventilator ventilator at at memorial memorial west west hospital hospital her her mom mom says says a a plasma plasma donation donation from from a a recovered recovered patient patient is is needed needed those those interested interested in in donating donating plasma plasma can can contact contact one one blood blood more food dot drives are taking place today our own mobile Mike is out of the U. S. manor academy in Hialeah he's been hosting a luncheon for hospital worker exactly link clinic in Weston feeding South Florida is out and about just all over the place they're hosting a food drive from now until eleven at mills pond park in fort Lauderdale in Hialeah they're a good look Park City and Miami holding a drive thru only distribution and ultra down that the Catholic Church from ten to one and the city of north Miami has went from ten to one also at the Joe Celestin center in the fifteen hundred block of north west one hundred thirty fifth street and small business relief bills being voted on in the house this morning after sailing through the Senate the bipartisan measure will pump more than four hundred billion dollars into a popular small business loan fund that's run dry southwire congresswoman Debbie McChrystal pal says the bill provides three hundred ten billion for small businesses fifty billion for disaster landing seventy five billion for hospitals and health care workers and we've also secured twenty five billion for testing which is the key to re opening the economy and resuming our lives she says she's working with banks and lenders providing assistance so that they're ready to process applications as quickly as possible no word yet how long it'll take for the money to be doled out Sino foreign tonight is a must see TV for sports fan even though there's no timetable for football to return to the field of the NFL is going through with a virtual draft it'll be different we're ready to go Miami dolphins general manager Chris Greer says because a social distancing coaches in upper management will be in different draft rooms urgency about this process if and start the day with fourteen picks in the seven rounds including the fifth overall aircraft Regis news radio six ten WYO D. sun five universal Orlando plans to use modern technology to help it reopened safely universal exact John Sproule says that doubt they didn't actually say when the park will reopen but when it does yeah that virtual line technology will be used to enforce social distancing guidelines virtual line technology is already used at volcano bay to minimize the amount of time someone has to wait in line and spouse wants to to expand it to as many attractions as possible also adding that when the park first reopens there may be restrictions on how many people are allowed inside chipotle is now donating burritos to those fighting corona virus just buy a burrito on the website or app and add the code the number for heroes that's the number four followed by the word hero is in all caps each time that happens the restaurant will donate a burrito to health care workers coronavirus it's affected all of us we want to hear from you please go to W. 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Hope for Alzheimers and Dementia
"And today we're going to discuss with you a very sensitive subject. Many of you have a family loved ones out there. That have had this experience. And you're hoping to avoid it as well because of watching them it is called for Alzheimer's and dementia and Doctor this is going to discuss with us today. Many ways that we can start recognizing if we're headed towards one of these terrible diseases down the road Natural products that we can do in supplementation. That could help. Slow it down and I don't know about reversing it. He's GonNa talk to us about that also and we have lots and lots of questions to get to. The you guys have been kind enough to send to us and we're going to make sure we try to answer as many of those as we can as long as we can remember right. I with that being said Dr Lewis. Can You Tell US exactly what you want to tell people today about Alzheimer's and dementia and give them some hope. Y- you know. I always write about two or three hours worth of notes in bullet points for this thirty minute show so please forgive me for not getting around everything First of all. It's a very devastating disease and mark my words what you're going to see in the very near future like ten fifteen twenty years is we're going to lose a great amount of America's workforce because You know how wonderful insurance companies are. They're going to say well. You know we're going to quit covering this and this and this and this and so you're gonNA have to take one of the two workers from your house. The male female to stay at home take care of mom or dad with dementia Alzheimer's So that's GonNa really hurt. America's workforce the the town to treat something. You know. I'm a contractor. We can't treat anything with with supplements but where did we lose our faith in God to realize that our if you put in something really really good your body's going to work within do good so the time to deal with it is before you get it now. I saw dementia slash Alzheimer's and you need to go to a neurologist. If you suspect you have this I love medical profession and you should be doing our program also in addition to I all coming in my mother when she was entered. I guess mid Sixty S and my brother Dr James Lewis who's incredibly brilliant contractor so we started giving my mother lots and lots of stuff and she was a willing participant and we put off dementia slash Alzheimer until. It didn't really kick her but she got around eighty eight to ninety to ninety two. It really got her but That's better than letting it progress in her mid sixties and have ever in in tiger down that terrible road when she seventy so we put it off about twenty five years Here's the problem and again. I'm not a medical. I go to medical doctors I love. Medical doctors had the greatest respect for their knowledge and their commitment to helping people get well but there was an article in the paper the other day. This is drugs. Fail to slow decline inherited. Alzheimer's disease now inherited would imply that. It's genetic but as you know if you've listened to me there's so many of our genes that will not express bad things if you get rid of environmental toxins and increase nutrients and you know to a thinking man or woman you say well. If you increase no chance you're gonNA automatically Detox Bango. You just won the prize. That's true so it. That article talked about the fatal drugs. Fail TO PREVENT OR SLOW. The mental decline They were trying to remove harmful protein. That builds up into Brian to these people leading to you know. Bad dementia The problem with that is and I'm not anti-drug but it's like you've got eighty holes in your roof and it's about to come a thunderstorm and you're trying to patch one. That's what you're doing with the drug. You're not getting to the underlying. Cause will you talked about your mother going into that at a later stage I remember her being much younger. And we thought she was going into dementia and Alzheimer's and they had just put her on an an acid reducer. So that right. I hadn't even forgot that story. Which is one of the signs of dementia Alzheimer's but sometimes it's just dress Yeah My sister called me and says you know Steven my mom. You Know Mamas making coffee with no water into pie. She's turned it trying to turn on the gas stove can't get it going. And she's looking in the mirror and talking to herself thinking she's talking to someone else and she's urinating freely and cannot have a bowel movement. I said Oh good. Lord I'm booked up and I said I'd never mind. I'll cancel everybody on the books and I went to see your well. They just put on a new acid reducer and not that. Those things aren't necessary and appropriate but I said well she's not going to get any B twelve you know out of her mate and we'll get further into that during the questions but I said if you've got to take it for feeling good understand that and I gave her medical doctor the all the research about you know B twelve deficiency and how that can decrease brain function and I said at the very least place. Give her a shot over. Wake well her cute little. Md She. I guess got offended. She wouldn't do it so I had to put Mamo massive doses of B. Twelve. You can't put somebody on the RDA because you're not gonNA absorb it. You gotta put them on massive doses and has got to be the good stuff and she popped out of it in about two three weeks. She has a brand new woman and that was many years before she actually did develop dementia. So sometimes it can be drug induced and you think that they're going down this slippery slope open at something they're taking And and blood pressure medicines and other one that that does that it. It'll make them be like they're somewhere else you know. We had them walk in our office that way. And they don't know what's going on and it turned out to be their blood pressure medication so it could be several. It can be statin drugs. We see that very very often and again. I don't interfere with medical. You know what the what they do. So we'll talk to your md about this. Here's the book. Here's the research. Read that One of the worst insults from a hormonal point of view is one of the worst insults to the Bryant stress. Because then you're adrenals get stressed release. Cortisol we see people with super-duper High Cortisol than it you know eventually gets battalion. Whereas craps out goes down to. Oh we had one in here. Yesterday had five on his cortisol. So we'll no wonder you feel like hack. And you have anxiety on top of that and can't remember and he runs a multimillion dollar business. This has a very bad effect on the hop. Thelma's and they're somewhere in my notes. GotTa hope we get to it. I'll just mention it now. You have to feed the hippocampus. That's not a college for Hippos. That's part of your brain and I did a little research and there's a specific type. You know we always sell the methyl. B twelve the good stuff but there's only one company on no that makes Olympic acid and auto Janet. I said I know I know I keep asking you to buy all these supplements. I started remembering things. I remember the code to our Condo in Branson for months before and went on and on and on it's called T. M. G. which is trauma thylacine. Which is a major methyl donor which means major detoxification? But it has a violin acid which feeds the hippocampus which helps tremendously with short term energy. So for those of you that walk into the next room and have a senior moment because we laugh about it because it's easier to laugh about it and saying Oh crap Mg Are you have to strategically place all of your items? You can see him again when you get in the room Engine twelve flashlights. Hanging around. Because I forgot where I left last seven but I've always got one somewhere except they migrate like wildebeest. I may all be an RV. And I have to bring them back into the house but so stress. You know you've got to deal with that Hypo methylated which lack of be complex. And I've got notes here somewhere. It's be twelve it's B. Six and has to be activated. Be Six it has to be five. M T H F met foul in or Quadraphonic plus that for Lennick. Acid is little bit different than the folic. So you got to be very very careful. Janet can you hand me that the one over there that that bottle is says Omega? Yes you're okay. Here's what I'm GonNa Tell You folks. One of my patients came into the day. She says well I'm taking this. This is from a famous doctor and my Amigas which is very very incredibly important critical for good brain function mine. One Gel caps has several times more. Epa in Dha than this A Megan from a famous doctor. But this name is doctor put in B twelve as Sino Kabbalah mean if it says sign Kabbalah mean. It is junk. Throw it away. I don't care if it comes from a famous doctor and then you know he put in some other cheap stuff It's not good. Just because it comes from a famous doctor. He put info late instead of the five of 'EM T H F.
Bengals at the Combine in Indianapolis, taking a closer look at Joe Burrow
"With us here from Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis where we will be all week so much going on. I'm waiting next with Adam. Schefter Louis Riddick Todd mcshay and Mike Tannenbaum just to catch you up right now. Here's what's happening today in Indianapolis. It will be a very busy week. At Five o'clock eastern though owners are expected to meet players to talk about the new CBA which could expand the playoffs and move to a seventeen game regular season. We've got forty seven. Nfl head coaches and GMT. We'll be talking today. You're also hear from SEC. Standouts Joe Borough and to a ton of Aloha who also addressed the media earlier today. Jonesboro put on an absolute show as you know on route to a national championship for Lsu setting an FBI. Single season record with sixty touchdown passes and Ditto. While completing a whopping seventy six percents of his passes and not only that but bro won the heisman trophy in dominant fashion receiving a record ninety point seven percent of the first place votes here. Our previous comments from Joe Borough on February seventeenth during a reception. For the Davey. O'brien award. He had this to say I do have leveraged the Bengals have their process and I have my process. We haven't even gotten to the combine yet. There's a lot of things that happened. Leading up to the draft. A lot of information gathered bras. Mother Robin shot down the idea. Her son does not want to play for the bengals. Saying we have no idea where that came from. It's a story out there that has created that doesn't have any substance at least from our perspective here Hasbro earlier today here at the combine. Of course I want to be the first pick. That's that's every kid's dream you know I've worked really really hard for this opportunity and I'm blessed to be in this position. I'm a ball player. Whoever picks me on my go show up? How play whoever for forever dressing? You know. I'm just not going to be presumptuous. About what they WANNA DO I. It's the draft. You guys have been covered it for a long time and you never know what's going to happen so we played a month longer than everyone else and everyone else's been training a month longer than us you know. I wanted to put. I don't I didn't think I'd be able to put my best foot forward here at the combine so I wanted to wait till pro day had another whole month of training and just be the best that I could be when everyone when. Everyone's eyes are on me. You know coming in. If you're the number one pick the teen is picking number one. Is there for a reason? So you're going to have to come in. There's going to be ups and downs and you've got to stay steady through the process. Our research tells us about Joe. Borough is his own man. He's not going to be talked into saying things for other people's benefits so if that's what he said. That's that's fantastic. I'm looking forward to getting to know him getting to meet him through. The process haven't been able to sit down with them yet. But we've got that on the horizon. We'll talk more about Joe. Boroughs plans to hold off throwing here at the combine. But might I'll start with you in terms of do you want? Do you not want to play for the being. You have any issues at all with where we landed at least at this point. No I mean as I said last week Joe Borough at the end he does not have leverage. The bengals have the first pick in the draft. If they want to draft. Joe Joe Borough. That's where he's GonNa go now with that. Said I think it's incumbent upon sack Taylor in the Bengal organization to create the Right Environment. Where he could come in and they could build something sustainable and truly transformative so. I think where we wended. Wendy is appropriate last week. He could've handled that better but to Joe Boroughs credit. I think they tweak things I think they're in a good spot now. He's been well-coached past week. Tower doesn't it. Yeah and Adema to your Do All your contacts. It appears that borough likely young he's projected pick. I still think that's where the bengals ultimately go. And they're sitting there and that's about this a team that needs somebody to revitalize that franchise and they are expected to look to trade Andy Dalton at some point this off season and so when you're sitting there in division with Lamar Jackson there in Baltimore think that they know that they have to get somebody in there. That's going to put some points on the Board Baker Mayfield Cleveland and this is going to be the pick for the Cincinnati bengals. Even Joe was considering trying to exercise some kind of leverage really the only leverage you have is withhold your services and not playing not report even if he was thinking along those lines. Let's say he's doing a deep dive trying to figure out exactly. Just what the Cincinnati offer as far as developing me as a quarterback. Could you blame him? Could you really blame him for wanting to dig? Deep on exactly what? What does the future going to look like during over the course of my rookie contract with this football team would exactly? What exactly is Mike Brown's commitment to go ahead and building out this roster around me because we all know a lot of what's going to happen to him has nothing to do with him and has everything to do with everything that's going to be around him. Just look at the past three or four drafts. And how certain players have benefited from going to certain to certain teams? Just look at l a look at the difference between jar rookie year in his second year. Sean mcvay came in. It flipped his rookie year. People were saying Jared Goff to Canada. All of a sudden his second year is like. Oh wait a minute. Maybe he's not so bad you couldn't blame him. If that was a thought Lewis to that point I also think an opportunity. If you're Zach Taylor to say hey what's happened in the past. It's irrelevant we're going to myself with you and we're going to build something great and we can't worry about what's happened before we have a lot of work to do. But if I'm the bengals if I have a hey coach Taylor. That's worked with quarterbacks. Like you mentioned Jared Goff Joe Boroughs Billy and character. That's a great opportunity for the bengals. Sino three things one. Is that if something were to go on with. The bengals is not going to happen in public and this has been addressed in the past week if it's going to happen behind the scenes so whatever we hear from this point on. Don't even don't even look at it. Don't think about it because it has nothing to do with with what is going on behind the scenes. The second thing is this guy's different cab he beats. It goes a Beatles drummer. He doesn't care what anyone else has done. In the past what everyone else is GonNa do in the future? He's going to do what's best for Joe Borough but the third thing I know about him is he's a football guy he's his. His brothers played linebacker at safety at Nebraska. His Dad's a almost four decades coach in football. He's a football guy at its core. He's from Ohio. Obviously I think when it's all said and done he winds up going in Cincinnati if he's number one overall pick but again. If it's GonNa Happen it's GonNa Happen. Not In the media. It's GonNa happen behind the scenes again. Joe Bro not expected to throw on Thursday. He said he just wasn't ready yet. Not a huge deal. Sam Darnold Kyla Murray. The last two years have opted not to throw here at the combine as well. What did make headlines on Sunday? Oddly enough pros hand measurements the measurable quarterbacks took place on Sunday on the smaller side. Love listen here's what he said after it was suggested his aunt size was small considering retirement after. I was informed that we slipping out of my tiny hands. Please keep me in your thoughts while he's got good company because here's what Super Bowl fifty four. Mvp Patrick Mahomes had to say who had just slightly larger hands than did borough my small Andrew doing great so far all right he should say believe in yet. Here's borough earlier today addressing his hands. Yeah I mean these measurements you can. You can take so much from them if it's a glaring issue on film with turnovers. Yeah it's probably an issue but I didn't have a lot of fumbles or anything like that so I just tried to make a little joke out of it I think it's a non factor I don't get paid to talk about. Measurements and analyze. The measurements like played to play football. So that's what I'm GONNA do. I look we're not gonNA make too much of this question. Well yet about what? They actually do what they're actually measuring here so worry not. We've got a ruler. We've got Louis at. I mean really what you're really trying to do is just trying to measure the expense of someone and they put it down on the ground and you actually hear about guys actually doing hand exercises to stretch their hand as wide as possible although when you're grabbing a football you're actually going to measure from the tip of the thumb to the tip of the Pinky here and this is hard because this is a hard rule and you can't really get good accurate measuring you look tired type by just under nine right. Look I'll give you a non center's Oh that's attention and would have actually done something with my. I mean what's interesting when you watch the tape of Joe Borough? There are situations where people come from behind strip him when he's trying to move up in the pocket and run. I mean that's going to happen if you have nine if you have ten inches so I mean it's not a glaring obvious problem as far as him on the football field and that's why I think it's really. It's just going to be something that will hopefully wind up forgetting about certain the biggest thing is and you know this with all of these drills you know as well. Mike you go back to the tape and you're trying to find something after the fact that says okay. Now I'm going to look specifically at these things so you're gonNA look cold weather rain and then ball security and Joe Boroughs as good as any college quarterback you're ever going to see in the pocket in terms of two hands on the ball and protecting the ball. I saw him in two thousand eighteen the last weekend. In September against Ole Miss. You can go back and watch the tape. My suit was soaking wet when I did the open of that game. It was pouring rain driving rain in anyone who says it doesn't rain in Baton Rouge on a Saturday night is lying to you. Because it poured and he completed seventy two percent of his throws with three touchdowns and zero interceptions in that game. So you go back to the tape and you try to look at these things and what the tape tells you is. He's just fine. You know I had a theory here. I have an interesting experience with hand size so I was forced out in two thousand eight. We were we trade for Brett Farve and just as a fan of sport. I can't wait to go out to the first practice and watch Brett farve throw. There's nothing physically imposing about breath and he goes out there and he's throwing Abe I've ever seen and I ask them like what is the value. Where's this philosophy comes from it? He said you know what Mike I have long fingers and I actually couple of football the way a lot of people throw a softball. I could actually be over the top and that's where I get all my philosophy from just watching my practice. It was unbelievable to watch though. I know as Lewis show. There's a tradition of how we measure hands but finger. Length is actually an underrated aspect of playing quarterback so far so far small hands but long fingers and you know what my pinky and all the time strong throwing football pictures of the five. It's easily the least important finger in the hand and I can't remember it ever being a big factor. It's all there in the grip. The pinky to me doesn't matter. It's archaic. How we're measuring the quarterback's hand span now with that. Said there's thirty four quarterbacks in the last fourteen years who have been drafted that have had hands of nine inches and smaller and really only two of them had any sort of Sustained Success Ryan. Tannehill is one of them and Jared. Goff is the other. That's it so there are thirty two out of thirty four. Who have failed. But are we going to say that he's going to the Joe Boroughs? Not GonNa have success because his hands tells me that the reason for their failure wasn't because they were nine inches weight.
Nasty flu season hits US kids, with 92 related deaths, amid coronavirus fears
"The corona virus that originated in Wuhan China continues to spread their been more than seventy one thousand cases globally all but seven hundred of those have been in China so far the US is only seen fifteen cases total and no deaths on Tuesday the director of the wood Cheong hospital in Wuhan where the virus originated himself died of the virus but there is a more familiar foe that sickening and killing Americans right now and that's the flew across the country we've seen about twenty six million cases of the flu about two hundred fifty thousand hospitalizations related to a flu or flu like illnesses and about fourteen thousand deaths around the country and that is Dr Molly fleece assistant professor in infectious diseases at the university of Alabama at Birmingham while corona virus has some people worry flu season this year is bringing in you and troubling figure along with it the rate of infection in children is higher than it's been in decades as a February eighth at least ninety two kids have died from the flu this year now as we find ourselves in the second wave of the flu this season I spoke with doctor fleas and with doctor William Shafter professor of infectious diseases and preventive medicine at Vanderbilt University I began by asking Molly how the flu this year compares with other years so right now in terms of numbers and in terms of hospitalization rates these have been fairly similar to this time during recent seasons what has been different this year as we have seen higher rates of hospitalizations among children and younger adults during this time than in seasons past thankfully mortality rates as related to the flu and complications like pneumonia have been lower this year than in seasons past a bill is there anything that's different about the flu strains this year anything noted all are what people should be aware of well this year was distinctive as most seasons are the season began a bit early and it began with the dominance of an influenza B. strain now this is very unusual the strange usually smolder along during the season and then become more prominent toward the end of the influenza season but the flu virus didn't read the text book it began early and it was the dominant virus it caused outbreaks across the country now just as the B. strains were beginning to wane along came in a strain a H. one N. one so it looks as though we're having a double barreled influenza season this year and to what extent are we I guess collectively paying too much attention if you will to to what's happening abroad and the corona virus for instance verses just our own domestic of virus that you know that that is causing I guess just millions about Presa across the country well the influenza virus of course just as doctor fleece has said has caused a vast amount of illness and is still very active across the country in contrast the corona virus in the United States I think the last number is that we have a fifteen documented cases only fifteen and they're all doing quite well now it's understandable it's a human psychology to be more and trance and concerned about a novel new strain of the virus that comes up that appears to be threatening and is coming from a rather exotic place so we understand the attention given to the corona virus but we shouldn't forget flu and I'll get my message out numerous times it is late to be vaccinated make a delayed new year's resolution be sure and get vaccinated this fall of Mali exactly how bad are things in terms of infections of children how different is a picture look from last year so we have seen like I said more hospitalizations and children and young adults this year than in years past thankfully mortality rates have been low as compared to other years overall in the country we've had about ninety two the actor tests around the country and that's within range two years prior the because of the increased number of hospitalization in children and young adults around the country we have seen higher rates of school closure to two children being sick and teachers being second Sino that's put some strain more strain out into the community as well a bill the kids who are dying of the flu today ten have compromised immune systems anything like that well the story is as usual a substantial proportion of them have underlying illnesses those children who get flu and get and and die a flu unfortunately but a substantial proportion indeed the majority are normal healthy children and also I'll bet this year the data will show the same is that it has in the past most of those children profound sadly never were vaccinated so that's something serious to think about and is this is this at least partly due to people who refuse to vaccinate their kids to anti VAX components are people who are just as opposed to vaccinations I suppose the vaccine hesitancy group has contributed something to this but they usually don't focus on influenza vaccine per se influenza vaccine of course is something we all have to receive annually so it's a lot of work for pediatricians and family doctors as well as the parents who have to bring all those children in to be vaccinated fortunately we're vaccinating gradually an increasing proportion of children in the United States each year Molly work or doctors and researchers expecting the fluid levels that we've seen this year I think so I think we each year we know that the flu has the potential to be a significant circulating illness and so every year we are prepared we we ourselves get our flu shot we recommend everyone around us and everyone in the community to get their flu shot and then we prepare for the influx of patients into our clinics and into the hospitals who unfortunately do you come down with the flu and potential complications of the flu so I do think we were prepared at bill are there any big vaccine milestones in her eyes and things that might be coming down the pike well as regards influenza vaccine people are working to devise unique ways to would minister influenza vaccine there been some early studies showing that perhaps you could administer influenza vaccine via a capsule that you take by mouth that would be interesting another one is to put a patch on your arm with a bunch of micro little needles that you wouldn't even feel that would inoculate the flu vaccine for your arm but you only have a patch not an actual needle inoculation and then of course there are many people trying to make a flu vaccine the so called universal flu vaccine that would protect against a whole variety of strains and that perhaps in the future would mean we wouldn't have to get our flu vaccine each and every year but those advances are in the laboratory still in the meantime we have a pretty darn good flu vaccine not perfect but it's the one that we should use to prevent a vast amount of illness and as Molly said even if you get the vaccine and get flu your illness is likely to be less severe you're less likely to have to go to the hospital and you're certainly less likely to die of influenza what's wrong with that yeah I mean I am curious to when it comes to these kinds of innovations that are in the laboratory phase right now did he suggested there are a lot of people out there who simply just don't want to go get a shot every year a cyst yeah just a reluctance or an aversion to that well the national foundation for infectious diseases has done a survey and is found that the two top reasons people don't get vaccinated are number one they don't have a lot of confidence in the effectiveness of the vaccine and number two they are concerned about side effects and of course as to side effects other than a sore arm my arm is always sore for about three hours after I get my shot it is an extraordinarily safe vaccine we give it in the millions upon millions of doses each and every year Molly if if the flute does change so much every year how do researchers keep Bob so it takes a lot of people working really hard every year to look at the shift of the flu virus and they look at circulating flu viruses around the world and they ultimately come down with the circulating strange that they believe are likely to be what patients in the United States and around the world are going to be infected with every year and that is what they target the virus strains for or the vaccine each year we should have more information from the CDC later at this either this week or next week in terms of exactly how effective this year's flu shot is but I would encourage again even if you do get the flu after getting the flu shot it is important to remember that the severity of your illness is likely to be less as Dr Schaffner was saying and I'm I'm curious bill and to what extent is the corona virus complicating things at all this year well the corona virus appeared after most people have been vaccinated against influenza but the coronavirus certainly has created an outbreak of corona virus anxiety that has made people forget influenza that's for sure bill what what is something that you hear a lot or see a lot online something that you always try to nip in the bud when it comes to misinformation well the classic is that you can get flu from the flu vaccine I'm afraid that old canard is still alive and unfortunately well out there there's no way that you can get flu from the flu vaccine
Looking back on a long trade war
"Have tried. Laurie have we tried to keep you up to speed on the great Sino American trade war of two thousand eighteen nineteen without overwhelming. You because kids really the appetite for a whole lot of this harmonize tariff Shedu five six seven eight point one nine point two noted knotted netting of twine cordage or rope excluding fish netting all made up fishing nets of man-made Textile materials or or this harmonize tariff shedule. Four one zero five point one a point one oh sheep or lambskin 's without woollen tend but not further prepared wet blue. What blue what is that anyway? Your appetite for that is probably finite but look this trade. War is the most important thing that's happened in the global economy. In the past two years it has rattled global markets. It has changed changed the decisions. The Federal Reserve has made it has bewildered small businesses and it has cost American consumers and businesses billions of of dollars so today on the program with the deal set to be signed. Tomorrow how we got here. Where here really is? And where do we go from here here today. I'm directing the United States trade representative to examine China's policies practices and actions with regard to the forced voiced transfers of American technology and the theft of American intellectual property. We will spare you the whole time line. We've got it online and marketplace dot org if you want the nuts and bolts but that right there from president trump back in August of two thousand seventeen that is the trade war origin story from there was just a short step to global tariffs on washing machines and solar panel steel and aluminum and as things stand now tariffs of as much as twenty twenty five percent on more than half of everything that we buy from. China it's important to point out to more things really number one. We don't actually know what's in the deal that's supposed supposed to be signed tomorrow and we won't until after it signed a number to a deal it may be but this is not the end of the trade war we're still building tariffs on three hundred and seventy billion dollars worth of Chinese imports and in a statement to Bloomberg Today Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said and this is a quote. There is no agreement for future reductions in tariffs so where it's all gotten us and where it might lead US straight ahead on Wall Street the day before Ordeal Day. Not a whole lot of trade inspired enthusiasm see also priced in so from us some trade war details when we do the numbers
China launches Long March 5 rocket, paving way for more ambitious space projects
"China's space blitz of ladies continuing with the launch of two more Bedell three navigation satellites followed by new Sino Brazilian birth observation satellite. The Belle three twenty three and twenty four navigation satellites were flooding into orbit aboard a Long March. Three B rocket from the Chiang Satellite concentre in South West than China's Sichuan Province the spacecraft are the forty third and forty fourth in the navigation satellite system the seventeenth and eighteenth of the and you bedell three navigation. Satellites and the twenty third and twenty fourth Bedell satellites placed into medium earth orbit marking the completion of the Corbett. Our three constellation the system however China plans to launch another eight bit after satellites next year as open space three intermediate obits three into inclined geosynchronous orbits and two digit stationary orbits. Meanwhile just days after the Dow Three Launch Beijing launched along fulbe rocket from its tie you and Satellite Loan Center Center in northern China's Yangtze province carrying any joy Chinese Brazilian earth. Resources satellite the CIBA's for a new probe replaced the existing CIBA's his four satellite which was launched back in two thousand fourteen and you spacecraft's equipped with three optical payloads at Chinese built wide range pancreatic multispectral camera brazilian-built zillion built Monte Spectral camera and Brazilian built wide field imager. The pro bowl clicked remote sensing data surveying land resources and environmental conditions and undertaking undertaking research into climate change. The mission also carried it small microsatellites into orbit including Ethiopia's first-ever spacecraft. The actress won a Wide Range H.. Mahdi spectral remote sensing satellite Russian Space Forces of launch the Soyuz to I'm Bay rocket carrying Glonass M navigation satellite into orbit put the Soyuz equipped with forget stage was launched from the Plesetsk cosmodrome eight hundred kilometers north of Moscow. The spacecraft was successfully deployed into a one thousand nine thousand one hundred kilometer high orbit way. It will replace an all. The satellite Glenis is a Russian satellite navigation system similar to America's GPS China's maddow and and Europe's Galileo global satellite navigation systems. The Glonass Constellation consists of twenty four satellites of three over the planes with eight satellites in age designed for a seven year life span the gloss M is a one thousand four hundred fifteen kilograms second generation navigation satellite. It's not known how many more gloss US satellites are likely to be launched as Moscow's already started flying. The newer more Advanced Third Generation Glonass K one and is expected to begin flights of even more Lord Vance K to
Mindful Eating During the Holidays
"Today we will be sharing our thoughts and ideas on how to stay mindful of your goals and your personal health plan. During during the holidays many of you have made it. This far in the holiday season successfully avoiding the high sugar treats that are in abundance in abundance everywhere. Everywhere you go. Hopefully we can help you. Say No to the fudge the Christmas cookies and the bars on this final stretch into the new year and and say yes to the food. That makes you feel alive and full of energy joining us today. As the CO host is Britney Vincent who is also so a registered and licensed Dietitian. Some of you may recall from an earlier. Dishing up nutrition show that Britney is expecting her first baby and how many Months two months two months. It's so soon is so soon it's crazy. You can be sure that Brittany is very mindful of her food. Choices says especially now during the holidays. Good morning everyone yes. I have been very mindful. Sino that eating fudge judge is probably GONNA make my blood sugar crash especially being pregnant my blood sugars more sensitive so that leaves me feeling lightheaded. Maybe foggy Christmas cookies with gluten makes bloated constipated sometimes might even trigger migraine. Sounds lovely right. No kidding knowing those things it's easier for me to just say no. Thank you and when you develop develop the mindset that food you each give you energy and a sense of wellbeing the making those correct choices for your body is a lot easier you know. I had this conversation with the client a couple of days ago and she used to have the mindset. That sugar is poison. And that's what she would say to herself when she sauce. Sugar but sugar snuck back into her life and she was telling me she really needs to go back to that mindset because because then it was just so much easier to say no right. It's just off the table. We ought poison. We don't need your When I teach the nutrition for weight loss classes says I often hear this? How can I stay on a healthy eating plan through the holidays?
US STOCKS-Trade deal hopes, earnings lift Wall Street futures
"Stock futures trading in the green pretty much in line with Asian issues as upbeat factory activity out of China and renewed optimism over the Sino US trade deal boosted investor sentiment now if you drop thirty nine nasdaq ahead by eight at the SMB future for a
"sino" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"So in two thousand ten Sino Ville had a big problem at needed to quickly retrofit thousands of its turbines to meet Chinese government standards, but doing so would hit the company's profits. So at licensed, the crucial tech that it needed so sign oval are indeed the managers stole the American company. AMS's tech. China's sign oval was quoted as saying that research and development is quote like cabbage those quote, so why not just take it? So after AMS AMC confirmed that sinaville's had swiped. It's tech Amessi built in encryption or built in encryption to ensure sign of L would continue to pay them for the licensed software to work around this sign a Bill found itself, a a China loyal employees to steal the encryption rather a China loyal enterprise to steal the encryption. It costs China only two million for the bride. With all the tech stolen. Andy, capacity and knowledge to build it for themselves. Sign a Vel reneged on one hundred million dollars outstanding fees do AFC. This nearly destroyed the company eight hundred jobs were terminated within an SE not only has signed a VO done all this. They were now a direct competitor and sold their product in the world's markets at impossibly low price because it was subsidized by the Chinese government. But also owned eighteen percent, which also owned eighteen percent of the company to more wondrous examples China's stole Monsanto's genetically modified corn seeds from a very large Iowa farming company. They also swipe genetically modified rice from Ventura bioscience pharma company. Here's a final bloodier example, cyber hacking acquired their acquired produced tech and intellectual property that were incorporated into the latest version of the Chinese stealth fighter. The j twenty bright out of Palmdale. Right out of north of grunted. So here we are the actions authorized under section three. Oh, one C includes suspending or withdrawing application of benefits to imposing duties and fees entering into binding agreements that commit the foreign country to provide compensatory trade benefits, and it all it all gets very very techie. But so anyway, I highly recommend you take the twelve or fifteen minutes to read the threat the threat by Adam scrabble at Adam Townsend. And check that out very very very timely. Interesting stuff, and the the big takeaway is that as it turns out, China, not really fair to American companies or for that matter. And and by the way, it's not just us. We're the ones fighting back in a way the rest of the world should be thanking us for what we're doing. But. They're not. Anyway, the treasury is sucking and billions from China finally. Here is President Bill Clinton in may of nineteen ninety nine reacting to the accidental bombing of the Chinese embassy in Belgrade during the NATO air war because of Milosevic's war crimes and genocide in Kotova. Here's Bill Clinton. There are protests.
"sino" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"US and China. And we'll take a little bit deeper into the strategy for emerging markets a little bit later petition good morning to you from Abu Dhabi. It's manatee touch on the Sino US relationship called glass who could use his opinion piece yesterday for Bloomberg said US has more leverage than ever before because of the death load for China. Would you agree with us? I mean, he s he could be the case I think is still needed to find a common ground between the two. I think the US obviously has been clearly a lot more in Pence and trying to find and sort of get China to agree on some of these shoes that have been lingering for many years. But I still I think there has to be a common ground that they have to find somewhere where they both sides agree. And then we can move forward. The cloud. The uncertainty is obviously not very good for the market. And that's what the market has been actually pricing in for the last several months already Patricia before we get into a conversation on emerging markets later. I just want to get your thoughts on what's happening with the greenback. What an astounding series of gains in what was thought to be peak dollar. So a lot of doubters have been proven wrong GT go for our clients to really contextualized what's been happening with the greenback. You've got most of the losses. Then that came from the feds change in tone have been clawed back the longest rally since January twenty sixteen. Where's this going to go Patricia? Yeah. Obviously currencies is always a challenge to see driving the currency the challenges on the merger markets. But I still think that this uncertainty of what is. Driving growth emerging markets in the future. And in more than anything is what the market is pricing. In is obviously the impact from the trade war between China and the US being decelerating growth quite a bit in China. Obviously have an impact across emerging markets. Once that is lifted then if and when that actually should help the emerging currencies in what the fed has kind of helped us to understand that rates are not going to really be going up that much. What should it be another another way to think about currencies in emerging markets? That's definitely a positive.
"sino" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown
"I mean, I went to Dr win. I was just overworked and stressed out and house thrown up in my blood was so acidic because I drink so much coffee until the doctor, then you know, what they did drink less coffee. Oh, cool, man. Thank you. Thank you for that. I think it's overworked. Very cool. I googled all that, then they gave me some pills. But it's like pills that you take right when tacit stuff right kind of was sellers dunk like right? When you're about to throw up take these twelve I've taken throw it up. Yeah. So your knees resolutions, drink less drink less drink that much? Not take Uber. Whenever we see yours. Drunk. Yeah. So I don't get drunk, but I still drink often. I guess I I like to drink a beer after work. There's nothing wrong with that. But I'm saying like now do you drink one or drinks seven not seven? However, you'd be honest here on you. But flying lunch and turn into to. I don't wanna drink more into the two. But my beers also stronger beer, it's like a. To you mean living here forty years old. I know two beers a day still think I should not drink alcohol that much may special occasions if you enjoy doing it, I feel more relaxed and do agenda that's not used as Aleutian. But we forgot. So Jay Jay was talking about my runny nose sue because when we're in the green room. I'm like, I feel like if a hardcore runny nose problem, he's like dude I'll ever remember you having a runny nose palm. So I'm like, wait a minute. So could be that something in here in the studio or in this building is causing it. Jay's not around you that much, but then we've been around each other quite a bit, but not even in all the fucking time degree room nothing. No problems. Really? Yeah. Could be some in here. And I read maybe like those glade plug in stuff like stuff like that. It's possible to get checked out. Just like definitely checked out. Yeah. Definitely. Yes. We're DMZ could be don't know scared brain flu. Would leaking spinal? I heard that stuff too. Yeah. I think that's a little grocer your listen. I don't want to start the year off like this New Year's resolution suck Sino because you have a beer a day chin do some for real I'll get in shape to it's been a long time since I actually got general to gen that's like me what your news resolution breathing. I mean, it's come up course man getting show. What's that mean, though? You know what I'm saying? Yes, stuff how do anyways? So whatever. But you can you can now when you say getting shape does that mean get shredded like Brad Pitt from the movie fight club? No does it mean just live a healthier life healthier lifestyle? Hooman start working out still drink your beers. Still live your life. Definitely gonna hate yourself. When you and your death been like God, damn I stopped drinking. I love those men a lot. What if I feel a lot better? If I stop or just cutting down a lot now hold up if you feel a lot better 'cause you stop drinking beers a day. And I'm gonna call bullshit. Major drink drinking six to eight at which I think that's what's going on. How? Does your if your New Year's resolution stop having a beer after work six to eight you born sixty I wouldn't be able to function..
"sino" Discussed on Bad Science
"Prize for what for anything, I'll take Celtic. Plus, they're passing cycle often. Wardrobe costume. It's like, I'll take it. I'll fly home. Yeah. Yeah. Get the metal. It's all good. I don't care. That would be cool. So and in case, you guys are radio freaks like Jodie Foster was in the movie, and you're curious about loom Mamura. It did not give out any radio said he ended. They're like, hey move. You got anything in a move was like shut up. But what about Mars there's talk that was discovered in the dark more than nineteen hundred feet underground and has given hope that alien life can thrive on Mars scientists and downs. You're scientists scientists in span among the people they found tiny to say this wrong Sino bacteria. I handle 'Bacterial. Cyanobacteria wave away. Those are not really, no. Mars, they found tiny cyanobacteria, which apparently evolved to survive in total darkness. Why would you call back tibia tiny? When it already is tiny bite back by definition, maybe bacteria that's extra tiny. I guess they are emphasize like because curious tiny because there's a chance when I chance because you have to write science articles f- if grade level for the public there's a chance you may not have encountered the word bacteria people think you can see bacteria with your. I don't know. Like was that word? What does that mean any say tiny back? I'm making this say tiny bacteria microscopic. Yes, you say like, I don't know where tiny microscopic particle. Yeah. It sounds silly. As that all the time in my in my in my science writing, I'm always going like miniscule park time. Just distress. You always less adjectives. That's my advice. Forever. Okay. Always less adjectives. And I think that's even in the movie, don't they make it speech at exit doesn't really what adjectives. I'm all about this. I will string five signed when they write papers used to many of. Okay. Well, you can next in the Yang. We're going to collaborate more and more is even and. So writing tips here from Scott Thompson, I didn't think. You're you're a great writer. So like writing a lot it's very mathematical. I find oh. I find like when you put it together. And then it's like, oh, it can't be any other way. Maybe it's Tiffin the pieces you feel in your in your gesturing towards say in my brain. But I know that that's not really it's not really a brain thing. It's a hard thing. It's hard. It's hard foot in the puzzle to get that. That's a palpitation. Yeah. That Jodi it. Take your time. It's fascinating because she her the whole movie is just about trying to find your father and defined. It's almost like she dies. Isn't it? The movie is like she is reborn. Well, that's what I'm wondering. Like, I mean, in some ways, you could read the movie, I'm just I'm just balling here that it actually is repudiate not a repudiation of science. But it's actually saying that they actually she does die. She goes to the afterlife. She does see your father sheet acquires faith. She doesn't because she does a choir. She does a choir faith, personal encounter of like coming to grips with her father in the importance of in how shaped her life, and maybe need to let things some things go. Yes. She seems more peace at the end. I will give you that. She's chill Sagan would've liked that concluding and wrote it he did. Right. That part. I think I think the ending was different. I'm not sure exactly how you think. Sagan's pain just believe in God because he was dying. When he wrote the movie, I'm pretty sure I wasn't there. And I don't know Andrew, Ian, his his wife..
"sino" Discussed on KGO 810
"Here we have Dr. So and so's got a surprising new study about alcohol chocolate, or whatever the hell. They're talking about diet. And so much of it is just cramp can't beat the the number of times. He thinks can be replicated. Another study says almost never. Wow. So they're deliberately going for the one study that was probably funky, right? Or got a weird resolved. Right. We'll never have people's attention viral and that day show Sino as a prophet in the world of I I would imagine. Well, known your well-known, you probably have a better paying job at a better university. And you get more of the better students. You get on the today show, more you get all this stuff fallacy. They talk about that that explains why we're so crazy these days the note ability fallacy, or I can't remember the one where the news reports things because they're rare and wild and you never hear about it. And that sort of thing over and over again till people become convinced that what they ought to fear is the least likely. Thing to happen to all that's interesting. So that's a result of this very thing. They're choosing. They are related in a couple of different words choosing. The most surprising stuff. It's surprising because it's not statistically most likely thing to happen. And and then the news reports that over and over because it is surprising. Right. And then we all start to to believe it in our minds. One more reason for the government to shut down the first amendment. I picked up on this year. We got to blame the media entirely blame the media blamer what they print and some university journal on nutrition that nobody ever reads. Why do I freakin care right for the fact that the news will run with this stuff bothers me? And and I picked up on this years ago with a couple of different things that I was into at the end of any of these stories Brian Williams would not say and therefore you should blank. They would never say that because that conclusion has not been drawn. Right. And if they haven't come up with a so you should eat less chocolate. You should drink less. You should. You know, you should do this with your babies or anything like that? Unless you've drawn a conclusion, then I don't care. It's just a preliminary study, and it turns out in many cases, there crack. Wow, that's wild one really caught my attention lately..
"sino" Discussed on GeekWire - Geared Up
"To work at a certain time of day. And it turns on and it's simple like a consumer electronics device if they can bring that approach to health. I think that's digital. Health in the home, or do you think it's digital? Hell because some of the Sino SIS products I think were more like remote health monitoring, so using a mobile device to detect some sort of disease. So a doctor would use it not a consumer, right? So the thing is they were medical grade technologies on your smartphone, so you could use them in the field or you could use them on yourself to detect different things about your breathing, your heart rate that might indicate problems that you might want to go see a doctor about. So here's a good example. There was one called Spiro smart. This was an app and they essentially used the built in microphone on the phone to major lung function. So it used different sensors on the phone to replicate the effect of high-calibre high-quality kind of medical. Yes, exactly. So that was the whole idea. It was sensors and that sort of thing. Yeah. I guess that gets back to my point that the product. Was geared towards. I thought, more towards medical professionals more so than consumers, but who knows it never really got out into the out in the market in a big way so they could probably go either direction if it is to consumer as I can see this being kind of a headache for doctors. 'cause I'm just picturing web MD on steroids, you know, like you type in your symptoms and they're like, could be a headache, could be cancer. Yeah, hopefully it's a little bit more precise than that. Get you see people who have their constant monitoring app or product on their phone, and they, you know, maybe are naturally a hypochondriac going in for every little thing. We'll this does tie back into the geekwire summit where we're actually having a track at the summit this year on on health tech, and we're going to dive into this and it's the whole intersection of AI and health. And so you're starting to get into these questions. Would this a system potentially be adequate or perhaps even better than what doctor can provide am skeptical. Another example use the smartphone camera to basically detect jaundice in newborns, and that really is sweating Patel's magic..
"sino" Discussed on WRVA
"Of Maryland athletic director says football coach DJ Durkan is being placed on leave while the school reviews allegations. Of bullying verbally abusing and humiliating players by Durkan and conditioning. Coach record who's also placed on leave South Carolina, football coach will muschamp used to. Be a co worker of Durkin Sino DJ Durkan. Personally, and I know what kind of man is I know what kind of person is talked to in the morning and I don't, think he's right. So next question linebacker Brandon Marshall and wide receiver Marius Thomas weren't with teammates, on the sideline for the national anthem prior, to the Denver Broncos game against the Minnesota Vikings tonight a Baltimore police officers suspended, after a viral video showing him repeatedly punching a man and knocking him down over steps on a sidewalk a crash of a vintage aircraft since five people to the hospital. Say officials at Canada's, annual Abbotsford air show, in Vancouver. BC witness tells c. TV. News at after takeoff the plane's, right wing clipped the ground Sending the aircraft nose first into the runway, update, on a congressman from the Buffalo New York area facing criminal charges from, ABC's, Mona, Rivera New York congressman Chris Collins who. Was indicted for insider trading originally insisted he has. No plans to step aside now the embattled Republican says after extensive discussions with his family, and friends he is suspending his campaign for. Reelection in November but we'll still serve out his term this is, ABC news is your computer slowing. Down they need a, new, one blade before you. Waste your money on a new computer go to Mike lean dot com and get a free computer diagnosis in minutes you can. Activate my clean PC software to clean out the, junk that could be putting your privacy at risk unwanted pop ups errors or spam, not only slow your computer down they may allow third parties to, track your activities go, to my. Clean PC dot com for a free computer diagnostic increase your computer speed today with my clean PC dot com Chuck Sivertsen mostly cloudy and muggy through the overnight starting the day in the low seventies scattered showers and storms, likely during, the afternoon, and, evening high temperatures again in the mid eighties twelve I'm meteorologist Megan wise with NewsRadio eleven forty. WNBA, and now a ninety, six point one FM this is John Reid, Monday on Richmond's morning news at six thirty five, recap of what happened in Charlottesville and. Washington DC over the weekend NewsRadio w. r. v.. Let's.
"sino" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"To you by the and diamond source this book is called darkest hour by johnny allied you'll maybe godley one day can look in the mirror and say you know i'm gonna stop the hatred campaign because really the hatred campaign honestly is because he hates himself you know so i don't know all the facts about everything but you've seem like a really genuine guy this guy says a european plea wire dino as guy the guy who has the website pieces to flunking cotti pays one hundred fifty also week is before his kim chris chris i believe we are mollify that's why you don't say digging yana clemency i don't talk to them so you bow talking about grace in life what are it what is your last name arm sino as long perot and you're noted almost everything he said on the year has been a lie also sixty gin and although bone half 102 five filippo wall we now return you to go rebel live upi john setting day bladeless waylon jennings are you sure hank done it this way lauded sustain two vitrollais tone where air wing stone soon zan and it it's been sir uglier the street i decided i am going to go to uri maloney's for st patrick's day because mike aalto will be in london is a fillin basis it was a dull face before i don't think so i was i was texting miclici said i'll see a maloney's he said i'll be in london on mike which would retarget about you can't do that you're the basest and so i i decided to pick up the slack there and why the hell not it's a maloney's and it's in west jason it's saturday may 17th sounds there and getting punched in the face by black b seven two seven five seven nine one or two five which is you know my preferred activity for st patrick's day if that's how you measure a good day yes it'll be good anything that happens on saint patrick's day is going to be better than getting punched in the face by my friend carlos and worse than us doing a broadcast.
"sino" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"User experience of securing the keys just like an arab it's these are an impasse word i see pot on crypt at auto backed up late as security platform has edge login and we're inordinate we were launching the new wallet like what are we going to call it all it's as colic edge wallet okay that point all on you you products are called edge something oproducts called air bits well we modestly three brand of whole company around this new terminology term we'd like to wait sounded gotta branding company they give us kennedy alana edges than the upmarket those allott edges nap markets yo you're searching for the wallet search for edge uh edge won't might give you some luck edge bitcoin cornwall will definitely get you there but in general when you're downloading overall it on any of the atp tour to recommend going to the company's website yep that way you get a direct link to that what you know for sure you're not getting him sort of japan's campaigner he's actually in that happened a lot with a few other wallets in the past is a good idea okay so that was the right now the website is edge secure dot c ceo correct exactly okay so i just installed the wall it for the first time and the minds downloading now i'm very excited right like illegal i loved air bits and of course and i wanna know i haven't gone into arab its's since i uninstalled on my wallets before crossing the border a guide holiday right what's going to happen in five reinstall airbuses it's still there to download yeah for pusher arabic's estonia apps are whistle supporting it are actually do it for another update of air bits when we hillocks edge wallet rachid built it from the ground up so it doesn't have rarely bells and whistles of arabic's okay fight but it has all the learning that we renewed learned from arab it's all this all the architecture and kind of mistakes that we'd made and learnt from were now applying inside of aj now because it doesn't have all of the bells and whistles and the features we couldn't just replace it we condemn suddenly go oh you're ebbets won't now became edge sino land linked the bluetooth feature them bluetooth nfc quick looks exports the on export as under we even we need is a company yes ganic to records from photos how choose.
"sino" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The cme value for instance or the cbo i should say future is at sixteen thousand three hundred eighty dollars so we're still seeing that as that sino about signal over backwardation meanwhile in data this morning chinese industrial profits slowed in november offering a warning to investors for 2018 bloomberg spying curtis reports from all coal industrial profits rose fourteen point nine percent last month from a year earlier compared with twenty five point one percent in october now prior to that data release the china beige book had already released a warning the researcher said chinese leaders are less motivated out at prop up growth in the wake of their congress in october in the meantime a cb survey of thirty three hundred chinese businesses shows that hiring stopped accelerating in sony wage gains manufacturing orders slowed and inventories are accumulating no dire warnings here but they're more or less saying you can about any communist party put in hong kong i brian curtis bloomberg daybreak europe in other news say in the united states congress has some heavy lifting ahead before the government runs optus spending authority on the nineteen th of january blue of chapman reports from washington how much hungers gets done depends initially on president trump's willingness the join democrats in resolving the status of children were brought in by undocumented parents and steve bell of the bipartisan policy center said in a bloomberg interview democrats made significant gains recently at the ballot box usually anything below lieutenant governor people don't care that much yet in virginia the democrats went from a thirty two she disadvantage to virtually even that shows me the democrats have grass roots momentum democrats are also pressing to finance the ren's health program and disaster aid for california texas florida and puerto rico in washington earth chapman bloomberg radio on the world's richest people saw their fortunes rise twenty three percent in 2017 to top five trillion dollars the story now from bloomberg's charlie pellett law richest people on earth became nine hundred ninety four billion dollars richer this year four times last year's gain a stock market shrugged off economic social and political divisions to reach records the 23 percent on the bloomberg billionaires index a daily ranking of the world's five hundred richest people compares with a twenty percent rise for both.
"sino" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Is the biggest threat to the country's economy came back sino silent reports that can listen up that is mostly tied to the housing market where prices have surged by seventy five percent since and astra crisis the government is tight lending standards and has prices are not decline potentially triggering financial imbalances as the economy recovers from the arc crash such as close attention to the development and we'll take steps if necessary in oslo china's bloomberg daybreak europe and you as president donald trump kicks off at eleven day asia trip today can begs brian countess has a preview ever medeiros from the eurasia group president trump's trip is about trying to reassure the region that he actually cares about asia and also that he has a strategy i think he's going to be challenged on both fronts because what he wants to talk about is north korean for japan that'll be fine for china president xi jinping will want to buy in on the one belt one road project and trump will push back on china for more market access add more pressure aw north korea in hong kong i'm brian kurdish bloomberg daybreak europe global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm trying to kill half this is bloomberg markets thanks very much sandra now your morning sports with joe tubs also bossaso vagus a jack oil she is improving all the seimas he tries to get back to his best following a long spell of injury you played 19 minutes in a goalless draw with red star belgrade the sense also through to the euro fully knockout stage that was hours after being left after the england squad with manager gareth southgate saying in these be playing more regularly avid similar knocked out by a threenil defeats at lille midfielder mogens schneider lim was sent off as they so for the fifth straight loss in all competitions former manchester united defender patrice ever was sent off after pairing to kick have found before maasais europa league game at vitoria guimaraes the incident happened during.
"sino" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Okay there's that too i guess yes some sun baseball prieta are hot van right man is in the valley i will get give us your thoughts on this year is that go the sport but also feel free to complain or praise the station since the bosses here while yard by sino mayo who were barred on yesterday morning when you said that the dot your bullpen what you know that hero point nine four after nine quote quainton game were real sooner or later they were going to give some canals and boy it day and also you know you you pretty much said that dr it was going to take more than run for us to win and men you were spot on and uh i think everything was going pierce wind i'm co crippling walk the guy on course straight pitches and that's where he didn't morrogh pitch the night before and guy he had a wearing a man earlier that he heard how they could die we're playing or i would again with script way one more powder and then kambli whipped at stake out after pick in the night before let let's just give credit whitney houston players this npo yeah is is ostensibly mp pensively we wanted the best i've seen a us cowering at that by mother she went by where you're gonna play in the world in a large iranian hit the all no no heed you said you have been in this country do our kennedy hannity i i bet cutting grass yet but as yet does your your favorite caller georgia i agree with you george i am that of as murray john arise johnny spoke spanish city spokesman s m a t shirt c earned at him as if you've got twitter.
"sino" Discussed on WWL
"A thirty percent chance for some afternoon showers and thunderstorms high temperatures in the lower 90s channel four meteorologist chris franklin well that boil water advisory remains in effect for the entire east bank of orleans perish how did it all come about wwltv's katie sino takes a law he did tell us what they have to turbine that have been running out of five at yesterday morning the bigger one went out that is what causes boil water advisory now we don't know why terrain fix went out but we do know that it's one of the main power generating turbines and this is one of the newer once it's went out main turbine wind down water pressure drop for about twenty minutes while workers switched over its had backup power from energy the turbine has since been repaired but the boyle wandering advisory is still in effect they'll be casting water samples later this morning and hopefully will get some good news what's no one naval to drank the tap water six candidates for mayor gathered last night in white few natural leave the subject of the sewage and water board came up wwl's chris miller reports the surgeon waterboarded said oldie fifty five million dollars in new revenue to pay for major drainage project can the destroy henry in francs kirwa disputed that notion sewage water would is no credibility on entity economic estimates at all i'm not sure where they got the number fifty five million but quite frankly i don't trust michael back nearest deserie chardonnay tommy vassal were dead set against new taxes or fees sewage and waterboard has earned i'll distrust no new fees you are paying a not fees as it is no we don't need any fees and look toy ken tyrrell said she preferred a try get the money from baton rouge we're going to have to do more and no not off the backs of the people who are currently paying the taxes all six of them said privatizing the water drainage system that would be a mistake hurricane maria left a big mess in puerto rico cbs news update people in puerto rico waking up to the real life nightmare of hurricane maria will start to increase we various caring the roofs that as tugs fine like these it's been nearly twenty four hours since maria made landfall knocking out electricity to the entire island leaving towns underwater roads blocked with debris and down palm trees the.
"sino" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Fighter and donald trump or hooked repeaters incarcerated us deputy press secretary more coming up back into the newscasts couple of local headlines today for labour up at the house prove this compromise on mandatory sick time it'll be phased in and limited eighteen employees employers the team jobs and more has also giving its blessing to the perpetual contract with municipal employees since the one the league cities and towns crying foul over frank fled this was the ft one of the teachers unions here in rhode island we don't have binding arbitration like police fire in in in a correctional offices so we have no recourse if a municipality or or a school community wants to let the contracts expire in then unilaterally imposed changes that contract in providence school board says will hold an emergency meeting next week after the arrest a teacher james delfi of because area an elementary school is accused of sexually assaulting three girls in school say they're reviewing their handling of the allegations after it was learned the dc way of nor the providence police were called in that those allegations surfacing the acting city council president is demanding an independent investigation would gene and lindsey which is talking about dot leaving the possibilities massive generator out on i ninety five may have to be disassembled these hits gaby the roads and bridges here's is the generators stuck by the side of the highway and i ninety five north just past route forwarded caused pretty good traffic jam through the day big curiosity there's concern to put it over one of the bridges that a bridge might have collapse that it was that that heavy sino let's get back to the president's a twitter controversy tough coverage 'aina normally friendly fox anchor shepard smith let us after newscast on thursday the president's treats which he had said that critics the calling sexist cyberbullying meet of.