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"sovan" Discussed on The Keto Answers Podcast
"Is so wild. That is such a common thing that people don't understand is pervasive Exposure he's buehler's inside all the time And maybe an ramya like shouldn't exist thinking or should human building in san box longtime and multiple zeppelin's like we get things that aren't supposed to be. Let's let's like everything should technically major our we we create environments. That is a fragile. Don't disturb at all curried literal toxic thing. You can breathe on your that. You can't see zing right and on top of that. I mean there's already. It's the mold and i find with some patients. It's not necessarily the cause of all their problems but it's an amplifier on it because there's already this fragility in their biochemistry. There are going through other health problems than it was like the tipping point. This draw that broke the camel's back for them where it stressing out an already stressed out system. So it's a piece of the puzzle needs to be looked at because people that have cleaned up their diet. Doing all the things taking the right up laments that they're still not getting where they need to go. That's most of my patients. They're kind of stuck with this plateau where they're probably or most certainly better off than they would be if they weren't doing other things that they're doing but they're still missing pieces and we can uncover the missing pieces to begin the deal with it and move forward but you're absolutely right. It's it's were living in these really unnatural circumstances in many ways where we're breathing in the same air every day or whatever you're talking about. I mean this growing chasm between genetics and epigenetics problem for people. So we've done short in that kasim as much as we can Swazi how much of the things we worry about in life right now. It's due to humans living the way they're not dulcie sovan.
"sovan" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"Princess has a detective thing and her team as she loves to bake bread. I love that well. That's the thing is that that's a lot of mystery. Novels are lake right. They're always like some twist on on like it's not just always detective. That's usually some some person who's like i work in a one hour photo booth now. Yeah yeah so it's like that it's these two but nielsen wax if sovan crohn's but getting waxed So they go in and they're just getting along great. Now they're talking about canvas was looking for a house for her new children that she's going to have and the mom is being so nice. You know she keeps her purse on the floor. So that's great. That's a nice effort to do that. as a nice of her to pretend to tolerate her daughter for the scene. That was a nice button. Yes they're talking about Kansas has been such a huge funk ever since the whig party and she thinks she made a huge mistake by looking up to karen as her mother figure and we see a flashback of canvas at our own anniversary party saying like of course i have to give a shout out to like the two most important women in my life my mother and of course karen huger which is like. I just think it's hilarious that that she did that and then she expected anything other than this outcome to happen. Yeah yeah that's not nice when you're like my mother's abusive here like my mother that's true too And the mother's like. I can't wait till you have to help you. She's like you're not moving into my house mother. You're just paying this time. Well whatever you want the whole. Oh you're listening to darwin. Dorothy says that she's gonna cap. Your kids don't take that as a joke. See literally will okay. So then we go over to karen..
"sovan" Discussed on Tara Brach
"Mind. Your heart when it's full and not holding back love just really open. Tender. Bring to mind dear on someone you care a lot about. Look through the eyes of wisdom and with Sovan, heart just sense this person how the light of voted Cheetah have their most away cart mine lifts through them. Sense. The aliveness humor intelligence. Sensitivity kindness. Expression. Jr have there must evolve consciousness how that loops through a? She sends you might imagine in some way letting that person know. Being a mirror. Your experience. Of their awakened mind. What you love. syncing how when we see the goodness and we acknowledged it makes it burn even brighter. In both of us. In. That same way cart mind just experiencing the life that's right here that you call self. Sensing how? This loving. This awakeness lifts you in a small. incensing how this hired of body Tita is vast and inclusive. She sent saw those. Who are listening right now to this? Here and around the world. All those that feel that longing. To really manifest their fullness. All those who that long is still unconscious, but in their depth want to wake up. Behold, syncing all of us all beings everywhere and this. Awakened. Entire. I'll species sensing that you can hold the earth. Our mother and your lap and all beings everywhere in the shark heart. And we close with simple prayer that all beings. Awakened the loving presence that is our shared source. That all beings might live from that loving presence. May there be peace on earth and peace everywhere. May All being everywhere awakened. Free. Number Stanton. Thank you. For more talks and meditations, and to learn about my schedule or join my email list. Please visit Tara Brach..
Coronavirus: When Will the Vaccine be Ready?
"Cuba seems to have the coronavirus under control, but a lot of the world continues to struggle in the past six weeks. The number of cases worldwide has roughly doubled doubled in six weeks for many of us hope lies in finding a vaccine with me to talk about the latest vaccine research and efforts to ramp up. Production is the world's global health corresponded Alana Gordon along this week phase. Three trials started in the US for one. One of the leading vaccine contenders. What does that mean phase three trials so the biotech? Madeira I'm with the national. Institutes of Health has started this phase three trial, and what that means is thirst killing of testing of the vaccine. People recruiting some like thirty thousand people where some get placebo. Some don't because at this point. You don't really know I. Have The vaccine approach that's been developed in the lab in these smaller scale phases. Whether that actually works. You also have to figure out how the dose works and side effects and this company Moderna it's not the only candidate. No, definitely not. There's an Oxford trial with Astra Zeneca. That's already been in three. That's being tested in the UK south. Africa and Brazil Marco for overall. There's like two dozen vaccines and human trials. At this point, governments are placing their bet than some of these front runners to try to get that vaccine available. Because let's you figure out something works. You don't have the time or space in a pandemic to then be like okay. Let's start figuring out how to scale this up. What does that all mean for access as people are like predicting when vaccines going to be ready, so they can make it. The conversations are on access are happening right now, and they're complicated, and they're full of ethical issues. I talked to Monsef slowly about this. He's the chief advisor for Operation Warp speed. It's this new government program. It's really in the hot seat because it's focused on getting a vaccine for the United States by January hardest step, frankly for access is forever vaccines. And, that's what we're. Aiming to still billions of dollars are going into figuring out these different vaccines. The US has narrowed it down. He says to eight vaccine candidates, and then they've also been agreeing to manufacturing contracts, but in all of this slowly says that the companies have agreed to share data from their research on these trials with the world. For him right now is focused as if you can figure out the right combination of a vaccine approach that is a game changer for all vaccines, Frank H, the the most valuable come. Next to of course, the vaccine noses themselves is. What does it take to be protected? Because then everybody can go and do that. Alone, I understand that, but they're still. The manufacturing part of the vaccine has to get made, and then how does distribution to what countries get prioritized? I mean. If you look at the past, we shouldn't be surprised with what we're seeing. An which is that geopolitics is all over this I mean. There's a global race for a vaccine also for access to it. Countries are trying to do this for their populations, and what that means countries that have more resources wind up getting the contracts I I talked to Raji Than Kaya. He's with the company Takeda about this, but he wears hats because he has worked in the US government on Pandemic Preparedness Nausea, Global Vaccine Access he does worry about this trend with all these countries. Now that we're seeing lineup for contracts I hope is that there will? Will be very little time between when significant numbers of people say in the US, get vaccine, and when the rest of the world gets meaningful volumes of vaccine. Are there efforts being made right now to broaden vaccine access when that vaccines developed? Yeah, absolutely and Sovan Kayak is actually on the board of the Coalition for epidemic. Preparedness Innovations full is called often referred to Steffi and they're working with the world. Health, organization. The idea is to bring in as many countries as possible to lower resource and higher resource countries to come up with these contracts with manufacturers, and the idea is that twenty percent of populations would gain access to vaccine. Not all countries have signed onto this like the United States. It tends to be that the lower resource countries tend to bear the bigger burden of diseases of pandemic for longer. The world's Alana Gordon. Thanks very much. Thanks Markup.
"sovan" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"New York? The marches and protests that spread from Minneapolis last week to some seventy five metropolises around the US have shown little sign of letting up Optum, flaring ten standoffs by night, as was the case on Sunday, the crowds refrain isn't a new one. I calm breed with a loss words uttered by GonNa who died after being put in a choke code when he was arrested on suspicion of sending loose cigarettes without tax dams in Staten Island, New York in two thousand and fourteen, since then the slogan has been reprised by those protesting racial injustice, and the number of black men, dying at the hands of often white police offices, many of them arrested for minor offenses. What do you want? George Floyd towed white officer Derek Sovan. He couldn't breathe as bystanders in widely disseminated video shouted for the officer to remove his knee from Floyd's neck show, Shelvin has subsequently been fired from the police force and charged with third degree, murder and second degree manslaughter for many. It's too little too late. As the world's most powerful nations, fragile race, relations and years of. Of endemic inequality once again bubble to the surface just like they did back in nineteen, ninety two, when police officers in La were acquitted in the beating of African American Rodney King, and just like they did in Ferguson Missouri in two thousand, fourteen off to the shooting death of Michael. Brown disc was the scene near the White House.
"sovan" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"So it's film of two Hoff's, even slightly uneven hard. So the principal carrot to the is Marian, Jean Baptist. And she says, quite forlorn carrot tick, because she lives with her adult son, apparently is studying for exams, but looks about thirty and he's an artist and he's taken this lover, who is facing off to marriage Baptists cat to the time. And she gets to hear them having sex and stuff, and she's very much the third wheel and her own home. And she writes this lonely hearts, column and stuff and this to Tony levels of the dialogue the dialogue that she gets. And most of the characters get is quite every day, not banal. Exactly. But very, click wheel and then show guy to this department store, Fatima Muhammed, who we these flowery passages her? And this. Mystic language that Sovan fuses itself in the dress that she buys, but she doesn't takes home, then itself wreaks havoc on her life and her first build and in some ways, I don't wanna spoil. So she's in the first part, and then the second part is the dress going to this man washing machine repairman named reg, who is soon to be married to a character played by Hayley Squires, the structure is quite unwieldy and initially, I wished in Toronto, and I was a little unsatisfied with it. But this time around I bought into the granular, details of it moved than these structural divides. And actually, he really moved by the human qualities this dress with supernatural properties brings out, and I was reading that Strickland actually had six different stories that he caught for budgetary reasons, and I was thinking, actually, this might work so well as six episodes twilight zone. Zaid's each with a different peasant taking on the dress. Dress on truly yet heavily, but yeah at know I didn't have any big conclusive remarks about it's just intriguing and mesmerizing and tiptoe Jenkins. Well, going back to strict and he someone who I I've always thought is amazing force for good. He's completely out on his own, you know, he he's doing things easies guy, and he's got his own very eclectic set of kind of inspirations and tastes. He kind of fuses into these films voice found that with films. I Duke of burgundy and Bavarians down studio, he has kind of made these really amazing like seventy minute films, where they build and build and build and then he kind of segues into this, like almost ambient head trip the films, just explode the end and they kind of go off in various directions is that there is no ending to them. And I've always found those endings tremendously unsatisfying, the build up his been so amazing that it kind of just, you know, for some of it's going to be this transcendent thing. But for me it just they just never quite work hearing about this film as being into. Parts. I was kinda thinking, oh my God. He's doubled down on everything that I I don't like about him. He's easy. Extending that bit. I don't like I was imagining the second part to be the kind of witty Spinney camera blurred vision. Ambient drone thing that he does so often for this extended period of time. But it isn't that all this is I think is maybe size filing film. Maybe my favorite is, is very funny, captured quite a lot of weird disparate motions don't really necessary. Think can come together in this way. I mean, I think the, the episode of the beginning with, with Sheila watching her is that she very moving because she, she's very as you say, full-on side character, and then her kind of interfacing with the world of, of deadly in Sopa. This kind of want to be upscale department store, the escort, lots of weird happenings in this way things happening with the well, they called, not mannequins..
"sovan" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"The best way to do it, too. Right. That's right. Yeah. That's awesome. We started talking about the other week, we just did not get to finish up on probably need to do that. Yeah. We do. We start talking about some breaks and everything. And, and then we got into some calls, which I love and I welcome all the calls, and we'll continue this break situation here. But, you know, there's, there's a lot of us out here that want to do stuff at home. And that's kind of what the show's here to help you stuff. I want to caution you on break jobs, the, the breaks today, there's they're so similar to what they used to be. But there is some there's a few little things that we need to start watching one of the big things that I'm that I'm seeing his these vehicles with electron emergency brake. Okay. Electric is opposed to just like the used to be we had a we had a foot pedal hit cables down and activate emergency brakes. And I've always talked about how if you have a problem if you don't use your -mergency break, every time don't use it. Because brake cables rest up and we will a lot of the manufacturers now are going to an electron emergency brake. Okay. Just got a button on the dash. So did did just as a button. Yeah. It's just it's just going to be a button that you push now. So you push on push it and you push the button. And then it'll it comes on and tells you brakes on, and then you have to electrically you push into turn. Okay. Really a neat idea works very, very well. The problem with it is, when you go to put brake pads on these there is a sequence. You have to do. Oh, you have to go into the computer and, and you can do it. Manually. Okay. So consultant owners your owner's manual or repair manual, and it's going to have you on. Key? You're gonna push the button and you're gonna do this. You're gonna get out and jump on your left foot around the back it has this little sequence. But what it does it, it the activates the electric part so that you can push the piston back in the caliber. Okay. If you don't do that, it ruined, the caliber, really. Yes, and calipers aren't too expensive until you start putting electron on them. Yeah. Now they get expensive. You can ruin a three hundred and fifty dollar caliber right now. Yeah. I had a customer, just not too long ago on a on a newer tourists. That did that. And I'm, I'm all about you doing work at home. I wanna help the shows about is open you so you can do work at home, and fix your own car, and not have to pay a stupid price or taking advantage on something. But so if you've got electric break, make sure you you consult your your owner's manual your repair manual mechanic YouTube, right? Whatever it's going to save you big time. Okay. That's it's, it's a big deal. It's because it does all the Big Joe because see I'm one of these people Jade that I don't like taking that step off in the third. Like, for example, when I tiled my own kitchen. I had not seen my stomach constantly point. We ripped up the flooring, and then we started doing sub flooring, and then I started figuring it out. But when you get into. Automobiles or you have working parts that like these breaks need to stop me. Right. We're talking of difference of accident or no act. This is life, critical situation. So say life critical, I don't that's the thing. I don't ever scare somebody like that. You know, it is, it's a different Sovan accident or not. Okay. Let's, let's look at let's pay attention when we're doing stuff like this for having a problem. Are you okay over there? Yes, I am. Okay. Just had an accident critical. Not. But pay attention to it. We'll talk more about it gets music. Coming on another break, we've got to pay for that for our. Absolutely. So we know it's in inside because.
Types of Human Species
"There's only one species of human. But it hasn't always been that way. And researchers have priest or proof that there used to be a lot more than just homo sapiens. Let's talk human history, you've almost definitely heard of homo neon. Earth. Alexis also known as Neanderthals we've also mentioned Denisovans on this podcast before we discovered Denisovans in two thousand eight when researchers analyzed the DNA of bone fragments from the Denisova cave in Siberia, Denisovans are either a subspecies of Neanderthal or they're completely different species of human. But either way they were a big enough deal for paleo anthropologist to take notice when we first learned about them and in two thousand eighteen researchers discovered that based on DNA tests, they'd run on bone fragments from that same cave in Siberia, one of the prehistoric people in that cave had an even split of Neanderthal and Denisova DNA scientists had already figured that ancient human species may have interbred including homo sapiens, by the way, but this discovery changes things a bit think about it this way, we only have a handful of Dennis open bones to analyze the fact that we have a small sample size. It includes a first generation hybrid suggests that interbreeding was quite common in the Pleistocene era. At least in this particular cave, and Neanderthals probably aren't the only ancient humans that Denisovans mingled with we've found Dennis DNA surviving today. In a surprising place, the Pacific island region of Melanesia about four to six percent of Melanesian DNA can be linked to Denisovans, but unlike Europeans Melanesians show, no signs of Neanderthal. Dna that would mean the Dennis Sovan DNA was carried because of interbreeding between homo sapiens, and Denisovans these days UC, homo, sapiens, hormone and earth Alexis and Dennis Sovan DNA. But last year, researchers put out a new theory that they were actually a lot more prehistoric humans than just those three types. And the reason our species survived comes down to one thing. Generalization researchers suggest humans fill the role of generalist specialist, meaning we can slip into virtually any role available while some of our cousins may have excelled at dwelling in some extreme climates. We found a way. To adapt and spread. And as we did we mingled with the local population and carried their genes into the future. Here's to another several thousand
"sovan" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"I just wish she was wearing a life's good team. Every town. Dando shirts. No, fear. An over color of those life's because you see in airports a lot. I hate that brand more than any Cutler is the name of the color followed. By the words washed too many times. Green was washed. The color scheme of all her. Yeah. I'd love purple you want. It washed eighty no true color, assume the colors were the color, and then you know, like your dad likes hundred percents percent. So while the officer was on the road she fell through and then she ran into the dining area, which is when the officer realized she was unclothed from the waist down with. Maybe when she realized. Approach ner like a goose. How's he trying to contain her? Gotcha. You are naked from the way. Do you ma'am? Somebody find my pants my wallet's in there. Morton was transported to the Kingsport city jail along with charges she incurred for Tuesday night's incident. She was additionally served with an outstanding felony warrant on the Sovan county of Sullivan county for failure to appear we're going to take a quick break. And when we do we're gonna play around of guests, the stay. Are you? Yes..
"sovan" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"I just wish she was wearing a life. Good team. Every town every Dando. No, fear. An off color of those life's because you see him in airports a lot. I hate that brand more than any Cutler is the name of the color followed. By the words washed too many times. Was washed. The color scheme of all. Yeah. I'd love purple you want. It washed eighty no, no. True color as soon the colors were the color. And then you know, like your dad likes one hundred percent percent. Life. So while the officer was on the road she fell through and then she ran into the dining area, which is when the officer realized she was unclothed from the waist down with. Maybe when she realized. Approach near like a goose. How's he trying to contain her? Gotcha. Ma'am. You are naked from the way. Do you? Ma'am. Somebody find my pants my wallet's in there. Morton was transported to the Kingsport city jail along with charges she incurred for Tuesday night's incident. She was additionally served with an outstanding felony warrant on the Sovan county of Sullivan county for failure to appear we're gonna take a quick break. And when we do we're gonna play around of guests, the stay. Are you? Yes..
"sovan" Discussed on The End of the World with Josh Clark
"The species that you me and every human alive or members of means in Latin wise human in it's a bit of self flattery since it is the name that we human beings gape to ourselves. But here today so far removed from our ancient origins is easy to forget that the name is meant to distinguish us from other types of humans as recently as fifty thousand years ago, we shared this planet with no less than three other human species in the same way, you might walk about the earth today and come upon a lion. One species of cat and tabby an entirely different species of cat. In the very recent geological past you would have been able to meet with a Neanderthal in a French cave and a dentist Sovan in Siberia. And had you wandered on down to Indonesia. He would have been able to meet a tiny variety of human called, homo Flora's intas who stood four feet tall. Today, though, there is only the one species of human us, homo sapiens. We can't say for certain, but we strongly suspect that the ultimate reason why we are the only ones left his because of our intelligence, perhaps the planet was presented with a series of tricky environmental challenges. And we were the only ones intelligent enough to successfully negotiate them. Maybe it was the universally devastating step in the great filter. Or maybe that's not right at all. We've only recently discovered that Denisovans in Flora's he insisted, but we've known about Neanderthals for some two hundred years now and over time we've come to realize that they weren't the dimwit Swe initially took them for we now know that they use tools like us, and they may have mastered fire as well and Neanderthals might have been the earliest humans to bury their dead, which shows the capacity to think about abstractions, like an afterlife. Whether or not we were the only human species, but the capacity for abstract thought, the one thing we can say for certain is that we homo sapiens, are the only ones left on earth to wonder at the immense responsibility. We have to simply carry on his the one single remaining species of our. That responsibility to survive and thrive is big enough. Just being the only human species left on earth, but it grows to overwhelming proportions. When you consider the idea that we could be the only intelligent life in the whole endless universe. The precariousness of our situation begins to sink in the Fermi paradox appears to show that the entire future of intelligent life in the universe rests on the likelihood of us staying alive. The entire population of homo Flora's, the species of tiny humans lived on a single island called Flora's in modern day, Indonesia, they lived there for almost one hundred and fifty thousand years, and then suddenly they disappeared one current theory for their extinction is that a volcano erupted and killed them all off which would have been relatively easy since the entire species of only on that one island. We humans alive today. Call our island earth, and we have to wonder what are volcano will be..
"sovan" Discussed on Advantage Over Podcast
"So of see the referees can help us by making nice clear signals and explaining explaining things in simple language, unveil versa week and help the referees by making sure that we don't put things up on the screen too early. We don't put things up which might contradict what they've actually said. And also that we don't block the view of the big screen with things like I'm when they're trying to reach decisions roots here. Mo or sometimes if this downtime referees of said when there's a downtime for an injury or something like that. They'll quite often look at the screen just to look at the last plying go. Yeah. A did get that. Right. And that's exactly how I thought. I saw. For it. And it's just a little a little thing. They to do just to make sure that they're they're keeping up with the play mentally as well as physically and of say helps if we don't obscure that by putting too much information on the screen at wrong time. That says it's really interesting initiative guy on now, it's working both from a spectator perspective and Sovan hunting them. Stay experienced seventy something I think many lessons podcast will be interested to follow up more on his is it something coming getting contact with you. If anyone is involved in a club. Elsewhere in the world to talk about this. Yes. Certainly if anybody's interested in in knowing a bit more, they can get to me through less Tigers Vira website. We have a general Email enquiries. And if they just mentioned my name, Phil Everett and emails will get fooled with me. And we're always happy to to pass on the Norwegian experience. We've got four. Thank you much for joining us. We'll put your contact details in the show notes. And it's really interesting initiative. And if any of you out there listening to the podcast thinking, you've got a story to tell like foes or involved in the game enhancing, referee education. We'd love to hear from you to get you on tell your stories felt thank.
"sovan" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"I love listening to Elvis, loved listening to our. I love. Funny that constantly keep us going in the mornings. Steve between them while they have good chemistry. Let me the stuff out of the garbage, but it's usually my own garbage on your tongue out of his mouth. It's national. It's like ROY meal. Elvis, Duran morning show every single one of that. Okay. Here we listening Cappon. And we are taking off into the wild blue yonder. Welcome to the day. We are officially live. It is Wednesday, September. Fifth, we've been away for a while. Yeah, that's an understatement, but thank God for really good attorneys. We're now back. Don't ask any questions. It was a little rough. I gotta be honest. We were asked not to talk about it, but I'll tell you now there were some problems with our legal team, but we've been allowed to come back. It won't even at that. So welcome to the day. Like I said, it's Wednesday, we've got a crazy day today. It's going to be all over the road. Well, first of all, our Daniel is out today because she's supermom. She's taken her kids for their first day of school today, mom goals but producer Sam as you as you can hear our our big froggy and beautiful south Florida. He's here. Good morning. They're scattered fi. Great tea is here with a beard. We'll get into that later. Your rich says here she came home from sunny southern California. She made it back for vacation and also our friend, Leslie Akhara is coming in an hour in an hour to co, host the show excited. Fabulous that she's awesome. She's gonna learn what it's like to do a real job. I don't even know what that's like. Radio can be more real. Well, we've got lots of stories to hear from you text at fifty five. One hundred or text me now at Elvis, Duran or the tweet me. What a great song. Wow, I love this song, Gary. It's better out for three years. Where have you pay. FU scary. Love me. Some Martin Sovan..
"sovan" Discussed on PRI's The World
"And I think that Carmen, the pseudonym for the one of the plaintiffs in this case, and the one who has ordered to be returned with her. Daughter was fortunate in that her case was caught in time by the ACLU and she was. To be a participant that lawsuit, what's regrettable is that so many people are just flooding into the system unrepresented and unable to access those resources. And so the swifter the border patrol and ice can conduct these border processes, the better for them because it helps them to escape any further scrutiny. So judge Sovan threatened to hold attorney general Jeff Sessions and secretary of department of homeland security cures to Nielsen in contempt of court. If they failed to return these asylum-seekers back to the US, can he do that? If sessions is implying this little us to kind of loophole? Yes, he certainly can buy believe we'd absolutely would be within his authority in quite frankly, between the performance of the attorney general and secretary Nielsen of late related to separate families. I'm a little disappointed that he didn't actually hold him in contempt. Quite honestly, if you had to sum this up, Kim, did these people get deported because bureaucratic confusion makes it hard to keep track of asylum seekers, who are detained or was this you think a deliberate disregard to the. Rule of law and order that says, in this case, no deportation before a specific date. The credibly, I think it's a deliberate indifference. It's delivered act. It also I think just underscores the lack of oversight, and frankly, the lack of credence. I think that the border patrol and ice officials in particular give to the rule of law. So in broader terms, where does the Trump administration's authority intersect with the authority of the court in these immigration and asylum cases, believe that was decided back in the eighteen hundreds in barberry versus Madison in that the courts to decide what the law in fact is it's hard to keep track of the crises. It seems data date and our current political life. But I think it's another example of how the Trump administration is trying to ramrod through what they perceived to be their notion of Justice and meeting some welcome and necessary pushback from the courts at crease Inle as immigration advocates. We are finding that the federal courts are court of. Last resort immigration attorney, Kim hunter speaking with us from Saint Paul. Thank you very much. Thank.
"sovan" Discussed on The Science Show
"Ian that pluto is big because he looked at it through the two hundred inch telescope in panama sovan california and he thought he saw the disc he thought he could resolve the disc of pluto with that telescope and we know now that that's absolutely impossible because pluto is too small so we don't really know what he saw but i think he saw what he wanted to see tradition in some parts of strana may but what are you doing personally with the capability in terms of studies i discovered the copperbelt in nineteen ninetytwo with a telescope in hawaii and i worked on it basically exclusively for maybe a decade after that finding a whole bunch of unexpected things so the orbits of the bodies are divided into different groups essentially different dynamical families that tell us something about the origin of the solar system in each case we found a good measure of the mass of the material in the copperbelt it's presently about one tenth of the mass of the says no much materials hole but that turns out to be super important as well well we mapped the individual properties of the brighter objects most of them are so faint you can barely see them little dot and you can just measure the position fit the orbit but for some we can take spectrum you can measure the composition we can see ice in these bodies from absorption bands that only ice has and we see other molecules that also have a signature in the infrared spectrum can be detected i measured the heat believe it or not from some of these things with a radio telescope and the heat is a good way to estimate their size so a whole bunch of things and how you continuing it now what specific things you concentrating on the most recent thing i did related to the copperbelt concerns objects called trojans they looked like asteroids which occupy the same orbit as a planet so jupiter has two families of trojan asteroids they move ahead of jupiter by sixty degrees and behind you enter by sixty degrees if you look at them and map there like a swarm.
"sovan" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"Hello and welcome to episode eleven seventy five over effectively wild is both podcast from and grasp presented by our pay trump supporters anthem berg of the bringer joined by jeff sovan of ben graphs for a central division show we have a couple of previews coming up later in episode talk to pete fadi hip up cleveland indians and russ than bad about the kansas city royals but a bit of banter before that i believe yeah okay so as to when the wiser seems to be some sort of drug kingpin the from the associated press former allstar pitcher esteban the why is it has been arrested on suspicion of trafficking drugs after packages containing a white powder believed to be cocaine were found that a home he rented in southern california officials said monday forty six year old former major league baseball player who incidentally recently showed up at white sox fan fest that's not in the api article but he was there was booked friday on charges involving the procession transport and sale of twenty kilogrammes of suspected cocaine worth an estimated five hundred thousand dollars accord into the san diego sheriff's department this is one of those mad libs kind of headlines that i just a you know random former baseball player from lake ten fifteen years ago but whose name everyone would kind of remember dislike blank random john boys citation baseball player arrested on charges of blank or i don't know look i haven't thought the through but i'd in no universe did i expect to wake up on a monday morning reading that esteban low weiser was address arrested because he i guess he he wouldn't be like he would be a kingpin i over i overestimated kingpin wouldn't be caught under circumstances like this nor would a kingpin only be arrested on charges of possessing twenty kilograms that's nothing that's like one new york mets 1983 clubhouse worth for like a game i don't know i don't know who a lot about cocaine but esteban the wise a he's back and he's worse than ever yeah and as a number of people have pointed out the man maids almost forty four million.
"sovan" Discussed on Wow In the World
"Through their existence in the past ten years we'll get there were denisovans living in russia and the andhra tall living in europe in homo sapiens walking the rule the middle east and spreading out all around the world then them bar homo sapiens ancestors must've met some dennis opens in the inner talls along the way we need to be date even had leased together which explains why most homo sapiens on earth today have a little bit of neander tall or a little bit of dennis sovan dna inside their bodies and now the dna testing has become so much easier and cheaper than ever before almost anyone who wants to take a test can take one mm the i actually did mind with national geographic geographic project that's pretty cool but what i'm wondering right now is why homo sapiens ends are the only home species at left on planet earth today from what paleontologists have found there were at least sixteen other homo species so besides homo sapiens there were the homeowner lety and hummel hab lewis and homo heidelberg insas and others so what happened well many of these species lived for millions of years over time like other species well they went extinct in i guess we homo sapiens are still pretty young gap we've only been around for three hundred thousand years many so that kinda makes us like babies in the hominem family now are well we certainly act like baby sometimes at least as a species oh and you haven't seen anything until use nina homo sapiens dan.
"sovan" Discussed on We Watch Wrestling
"This is so journey garganas fighting andreotti cnn among us we got he got his own tshirts you there are some well we didn't talk about what can i mean i know i keep bring it back to his book and crazy gargano looked jack he's he's never been as jacked is he is now like he's like photoshoot over well when meltzer did bring it up on his show i kept waiting like said said never said he had better absence undergone be hard to be hard to what there's plenty of commercial brake store and wrong getting some crunchers dave garganas at the point now where he can sit down and a shared not look disgusting maybe they're not maybe they're not pissing them down flora mmhmm look at that big fokker that came out what was this name lars so what would would have no idea and i'll be steroid testing in florida is somehow i think just implying that there's any drug use in the state of florida is absurd prayer known by anyone have plays florida it's not give it or three or four uh florida listeners taken up with them what was that even that guy lars sovan is that together was killed the one does anybody on we're talking about where he from where wet smith steal the moon he sees under the weird moon promotion he sewer from the sewer with dasa fax all right i'll make my references at least 25 years old already do even mentioned to the kids listening and home that you shaved and have a mustache now the mustaches on sas and you are kinda wearing a magnum pi s shirt i think the terms fullblown fullblown this on this i'm going back to the womb i was named after tom selleck that's shoot you were born not wearing shoes and i think crazy ship my brother rob can attest to it i literally was named after tom selleck n i'm getting used to it because i only shaved it out yesterday i like the idea rob is named after your debt right yes and and he's also like the third so he's named after grandpa two wrote yeah and then i like the idea that you were born in there really will what what.
"sovan" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes
"Welcome back every line this today's episode is he pretakeover with and burial brewing company your company beer company your host wanna serchio your go anyways let's get into the beer good avoid dave what they're doing to talk about all of them the her so i'm going to talk about surf wax ipa uh forget the cold in yard over there yet firm was a non she was having a spasm miss something forget the cold go grab your wax and coat that jerry go sounds like a personal thing where we come from the waves our best in the winter so this isn't sure so cow treat it's a in a northwestern surfers delight simply made with golden palm promise and crystal won twenty this winter styled ipa is packed with copious means lots amounts of nelson sovan and columbus to provide a heady danke bite within dry hopped with more than two pounds per barrel so that's two pounds for every thirty one gowns and give it a more robust aroma get stoked surf's up cal bunga above the dude pink ten uh a b v is six point eight percent and apparently the color is bronze bronze i i guess is that bronze unom singled yeah i think is a light to be bronze well i don't taste any wax so i guess that's good sex wax you know that's that's that a thing that's the thing that's what i hope it's a brand of just what else okay oh i wanted to say six excuse nice the cep's obama sex works keeping it you just this side of acceptable yes eric which side okay i'm sorry dave no no worries um keeping in the shadow clock.