18 Burst results for "Stockholm University"

"stockholm university" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

06:03 min | 11 months ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on WBUR

"Solutions right So weakly interacting massive particles wimps are one class of particles with a specific set of properties I spend most of my time thinking about a hypothetical particle called the axion I am a big fan of the axion because it is actually needed to solve another problem in particle physics So you get a twofer out of it essentially We need to find the axiom anyway and it makes for a great dark matter candidate Nice How do you go about looking for them So my particular case the research group that I run is thinking about the impact of axions on what we call astrophysical phenomenology which I realize really big words So what are the astronomical phenomena that would be unique to the axion as opposed to some other dark matter particle So we use math and we also use computer simulations to make predictions about what we expect to see And then we compare those results with what is actually observed to see if it's a good match I get to regularly work with observational astronomers using observations of the sky to look for information about dark matter So there is this tendency to think of dark matter as like a problem for particle physicists and particle experimentalists The people who are building the facilities and minds are trying to do direct detection And where I'm really focused is on cosmic probes And so I think they're really complimentary approaches And when all the dark matter physicists get together in a room And you've got all of these people with very different favorite hypothetical particles Is it the last person left arguing who wins I don't know Yeah I mean at this point mostly what we have been doing and I think we've been doing this very successfully and I actually think this is really important is finding null results We are carving out where dark matter isn't in our mathematical space of possibilities We are figuring out what properties dark matter can't have because we looked for a particle with exactly that set of properties and there was no particle there So really we're paring down the space of possibilities And we're really not at the point where anybody can be claiming victory or anything like that And that's complicated in the sense that we're sort of competing with each other for resources just in terms of government funding and jobs and where that focus will be from that point of view But scientifically speaking you know we're all kind of in the muck together trying to work it out Don't like each other Now the other part of our listener coon house question was why does finding these elusive particles matter to our lives And to get an idea about that I spoke to professor Catherine fries who has been working on this mystery for many years now I'm Kathryn frieze I'm the George oulin Beck Professor of physics at the University of Michigan And I'm also a guest professor at Stockholm university And how long have you been working on finding dark matter I have been working on it since I was a graduate student so I'm going to say that was 25 or 30 years ago Oh more than that Okay so don't tell people I've been working on the dark matter problem for 30 years and wrote some important papers 30 years ago with 1986 Catherine was one of the first to propose how we might find dark matter So she's been pondering the problem for a while But why bother I mean we've managed so far without knowing what dark matter is I think from the point of view of human beings if we don't know most of what's out there that's a huge question That's something we have to figure out And since the time of Einstein a hundred years ago we actually have technology We have detectors that we can start to answer some of the really big questions about the universe And I don't think I'm the only one who wants to know So this is human nature That's what makes us survive as a species Go out there figure out what is around us So that's what I want to do I mean fair enough it's a question of human curiosity but are there any applications for discovering dark matter that might filter down to everyday life You know at this point I don't know what those are going to be but there's always always repercussions offshoots things that change our lives Can I get you to speculate what those implications might be No Curses That's not scientists response Scientists want to work on fundamental questions And the reason they pay us both government and industry is because past history shows that there will be something really major that comes out of it So I can give you some examples from the past One of the big ones that came out of nuclear physics is MRI So nowadays MRI is used in hospitals everywhere where my shoulder hurts What's exactly going on so they did an MRI of that But that again was a surprising offshoot It was based on detectors for nuclear physics And they turned out to really change our lives from the point of view of health As you all work in dark matter led to anything My collaborators and I had an interesting new idea for future dark matter detectors This is something we call nano booms because you've got nano sized grains of material and when a dark matter particle comes along and hits one of these grains it sets off a mini explosion So we call it a nano boom These same detectors could also be useful to look for bombs on ships So we have the opportunity to build new technology to.

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"stockholm university" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

Dennis Prager Podcasts

05:15 min | 11 months ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts

"On Nordic culture. Can you imagine that? God, that's a great course. At Stockholm university, okay. Hog thought he'd get something fun out of the harmless and absurd class. Those are his words, but he soon realized many of his peers took the American born ideology seriously. An essay titled black and white drinks. Described quote as an account of what had happened from the early 20th century in the struggle between coffee and milk. This guy's bright. Here's what he wrote. The question one can ask is whether it is really a reconciliation between milk and coffee that has been implemented, or whether adding milk to the coffee is a way to take away from the coffee, it's unique properties and instead imposed the black drink white properties. Milk in the coffee can with critical glasses be seen as a drink based colonization. The hot and strong coffee cools and is rounded often taste with the help of the milk which thereby controls and domesticates the coffee. He got a bee on his paper. That's right. There is nothing. That you can write that is too absurd for any university in the western world. Nothing. The Dennis prager show. Yes, this is in my honor, as I said I love next year to music. I do. You know why? It's happy. I love having music. Is there McCourty in this? I would blend it. Hi, everybody final segment of this hour here. And I gotta hand it to that Swedish student. He got a be on a paper at Stockholm university. Saying that putting cream in your coffee is a form of white colonization of an indigenous black population. Gotta be. Why don't we get an a? Maybe even go far enough. Maybe he didn't advocate the end of putting cream in black coffee. It's a form of subservient or I should say ruling behavior. Here's a paper for you. If you've got a kid in college, I wonder if they've got a B or an a that the Wright brothers were really the white brothers and changed it to right just because they wanted the generations not yet born to accept them. I'll bet you somebody can get away with that. College is a farce. It is truly a farce. I wish it were only a farce, however. Because then it wouldn't be as damaging. Let's get a quick one in here. Okay, Jeff in Atlanta. Hello. Yes, Dennis. Let me tell you, your audience apparently doesn't require much logically from its host because you're sweeping generalizations and anecdotal stories presented as evidence of the things you say don't really hold up. I would just say one point for you to say that the United States did not become rich as a result of slavery. It just is laughable. It's sort of absurd that you shouldn't even be able to say it publicly. Answer my answer, my charge that Brazil should be the richest country since it had ten times the number of slaves. Answer the charge, or we don't continue talking. Answer that argument. This is the logical fallacy that you use to try to why is it a fallacy? Why is it a fallacy? Because we're talking about the United States it has nothing to do with Brazil. Okay. Okay, all right, look, I'm letting you go, not because we differ. I take calls at different immediately. Slavery is the constant. Country X has ten times more slaves than country Y, country Y got slit that got rich from slavery, but the country with ten times more slaves stayed poor. And I'm the one with logical fallacy. That's a sad call. It's all I can say. Happy this hour, showing up now. The Dennis prager show life from the relief factor.

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"stockholm university" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"And that's more than any of the other party leaders. Well, I was going to say mad. We'll see. Maybe we'll have you back next week. And if she gets back in, we'll see how long she lasts. And we'll follow the world of Swedish politics as well as our own Madi savage at the BBC's reporter in Sweden. Thank you very much to you and Professor of politics through the Stockholm university. Thank you to you. I should say you've really warmed to the theme of jobs you only held for a short period of time. Some of them are a bit longer than 7 hours. And some very much not that way. If I just come to a few of these here, I lasted two mornings, making sandwiches, 5 30 to 8 a.m. in my first term at university. I thought I was a morning person, sleeping through the alarm on day two, proved otherwise, from Nicholas listening in bath good morning. My shortest live job was a chip packer at a frozen food factory in our student, I lasted a week. That's all right, it's a bit longer. I had to stop when I started hallucinating as the conveyor belt. Vibrated so much says Rachel. Another one I lasted less than half an hour in a waitressing job at age 17, turned up shown through to the kitchen Tommy first scrape unused mayonnaise off old plates back into the pot. I thought it was a joke, but they were serious. I walked out. Got a job in a lovely pub where I learned to make fresh my innate every day, and I worked there in my university holidays for four years. So a short lived job leading to a longer one. Penny says, back in the 60s, I was a professional dancer as a fill in. I took a job in the circus. As a filling excuse me, I took a job in the circus, terrible decision, had to ride the elephants, landed, ended up allergic to them, hated it, and I ran away after three weeks. Well, of all the jobs I thought I was going to hear about this morning, that was not one of them. But that is the joy of how you contribute to the program and make us all the better for it. Please do keep doing so, the number you need is 8 four 8 four four. Now earlier this week the court of appeal cleared the names of 7 former post office workers who were convicted of false accounting. Between 2020 14, the post office prosecuted 736 sub postmasters and sub post mistresses and average of one a week based on information from a recently installed computer system called horizon, the software was used for transactions accounting and stock taking, but was flawed. It showed money was missing from account when it wasn't. Some post office workers went to prison following convictions for false accounting and theft, and many were financially ruined, and have described being shunned by their communities. Some we should also say, have since died, or Pauline stone house is one of those who has just cleared her name, more than 13 years on and joins me now..

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"stockholm university" Discussed on Woman's Hour

Woman's Hour

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on Woman's Hour

"Yes, yes. And having seen many of the boats that made the crossing yesterday all those I saw were borderline identical. Frankly, it's not hard to see how there's an accident with a boat like this. One of them was so rickety that when they are in a like, grab the handle on the front to try and tow it to the handle just came off. The rescuer said it was so newly made that the glue wasn't even dry. Emma humans reported all the times there with that particular dispatch. Thank you very much for explaining what you saw yesterday. Of course, that story will continue to develop and you'll be updated across the BBC as it is, but in terms of what saw there and in terms of hearing about the individuals we wanted to try and do as much of that as we can. But as I say, at the moment, authorities are trying to identify those who perished in the channel. Now, I did mention in terms of the politics of Sweden right at the beginning of the program with regards to a real moment yesterday for the country a hundred years after women in Sweden got vote the country elected its first female prime minister. Except it didn't quite go how perhaps it was meant to say the least. Magdalena Anderson had been the finance minister for 7 years, people knew her as that became prime minister, but 7 hours later, she resigned. Let's try and figure out what's going on here. And I should say some incredible stories about very short lived jobs also coming into which I will come to you in a moment. The BBC's reporter in Sweden Madi savage is on the line and also drudy dollop, Professor of politics at Stockholm university. Muddy, let me come to you first. I remember seeing this story yesterday thinking, what, we're going to have a really good discussion about this on women's. I didn't check my phone for a few hours, and then it all changed. Yeah, it was one of the most dramatic days in Swedish political history. Some commentators calling yesterday super Wednesday. Let me tell you part one. So magdalena Anderson was voted in as the country's first female prime minister by parliament around this time yesterday. And that was to replace definitely in who's from the same party..

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"stockholm university" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Skin aerobic capacity. It supports normal enzymatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination. And that's why we called it the advantage. Dr Preston You know, I love the fact that in the new Coke, you resveratrol super formula from Purity products, you combine the co Q 10 with resveratrol. Now the resveratrol the key molecule found in red wine, which they're studying at Harvard, and I know that it activates genes for those who just tuned in to talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol and why you specifically wanted it in this formula. Well, I tell you, the researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair, this is what they found. Caloric restriction. Eating less slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive and what they found in laboratory studies of animals. Is that an extended lifespan and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now, by a certain percentage increases your longevity you live longer. It increases the activity of what we call a longevity gene. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair, and it's switched on by a group of genes called showtunes. Now they found two things at Harvard number One caloric restriction increases these longevity genes. These cartoons. Well, so does resveratrol, at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why resveratrol it's been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in humans as it does, and these animals and I'm optimistic it will. It represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness, where we potentially using nutritional compound like resveratrol to selectively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement in our health and our aging and Longevity. Wow, Dr President You say that co Q 10 holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented and so well researched. You call this evidence based nutrition. Maybe give us a brief overview of the research and explain why co Q 10 research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back. 19 57th University of Wisconsin, the Nobel Prize for Peter Mitchell in 1978, the University of Texas Medical School. Purdue University in Indiana. Stockholm University in Sweden. The great study recently at the University of Ancona in Italy on Mitochondrial Energy and Co. Q. 10 University of Granada in Spain, talking about co Q 10 being a powerful antioxidant articles published constantly throughout the world. Archives of biochemistry and bio synthesis, the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Major studies major universities right here in the United States and abroad. The bottom line in.

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"stockholm university" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair, and it switched on by a group of genes called sirtuins. Now they found two things at Harvard number One caloric restriction increases these longevity genes. The Easter two wins. Well, so does resveratrol, at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why resveratrol has been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in humans, as it does in these animals, and I'm optimistic it will It represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness, where we potentially use the nutritional compound like resveratrol to selectively target the exact genes associated with these varias areas of improvement in our health and our aging in our longevity. Wow, no doctor present you say that cook you 10 hold to the elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented and so well researched. You call this evidence based nutrition. Maybe can give us a brief overview of the research and explain why co Q 10 research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back 19 57th University of Wisconsin, the Nobel Prize, repeated Mitchell in 1978. The University of Texas Medical School. Purdue University in Indiana. Stockholm University in Sweden. The great study recently at the University of Ancona in Italy, on Mitochondrial Energy and Co. Q. 10, the University of Granada in Spain, talking about co Q 10 being a powerful antioxidant articles published constantly throughout the world, the Archives of Biochemistry and bio synthesis, the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Major studies major universities right here in the United States and abroad. The bottom line in.

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"stockholm university" Discussed on The CyberWire

The CyberWire

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on The CyberWire

"And it is always a pleasure to welcome back to the show our own rick howard host of the s. o. perspectives. Podcast also our chief security officer and chief analyst. Rick welcome back. Thanks dave so you just kicked off season. Six of your perspectives podcast What is the general theme. You're following for the season so far this season we're going back to our cybersecurity first principle wall in and filling in some of the blank spots. You know dave impasse seasons. We did deep guys on two key. Strategies intrusion kill chain prevention and zero trust. But we hadn't yet gone too deep on another key. Central strategy called resilience. Now i remember you did do an episode on resilience back in season one. So let's just do a quick refresher here. What exactly are we talking about with resilience. Yeah you're right so in season one episode nine. We introduced the concept of resiliency and by the way we made the entire season one of us. Oh perspectives available on the ad-supported side for anybody who wants to check it out. But in that episode. I put forth a resilience definition that i liked coined by to stockholm university. Researchers yana sterner and elena ratkovic about that for a pronunciation anyway. Probably have a hard time saying our name. I'm sure they do so. They define resilience. He has i quote the ability to continuously deliver the intended outcome despite adverse cyber events unquote and one adver cyber bent. That seems to be having a moment. This year is ransomware and network. Defenders should look to their resiliency strategy in order to reduce the probability that ransomware groups will successfully extort us in the future. Yeah well you're certainly right about ransomware. Having a moment. I mean obviously we had the big splashy attacks against colonial pipeline and j. b. s. food and i saw the nba recently kidding. Of course no the nba come on phone. If only they had resources right and the latest one against cassia and of course. That's just the tip of the iceberg. There now back to resilience giving us resiliency as as the strategy to defeat things like ransomware. What sort of tactics are you advocating to support that notion so in order to have any chance here. You have to get to count them to non sexy resiliency basics. Right okay in its encryption. And backups and bo sound easy when you say them fast but it turns out it's very difficult to deploy them in any robust manner so in last week's episode i talked about the state of encryption for the cybersecurity industry. And in this week's episode. I talked to two of our subject matter experts at the cyber wire hash table to see how they approach the problem. Wayne more the. Ceo of a company called simply business one of the.

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"stockholm university" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"It represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness, where we potentially use the nutritional compound like resveratrol to selectively target the exact genes associated with these varias areas of improvement in our health and our aging in our longevity. Wow, that replacement Say that Cookie 10 holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented and so well researched. You call this evidence based nutrition. Maybe give us a brief overview of the research and explain why co Q 10 Research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back 1957 University of Wisconsin The Nobel Prize, repeated Mitchell in 1978, the University of Texas Medical School, Purdue University in Indiana. Stockholm University in Sweden. The great study recently at the University of Ancona in Italy, on Mitochondrial Energy and Co cute sent the University of Granada in Spain talking about co Q 10 being a powerful antioxidant articles published constantly throughout the world. The archives of Biochemistry and bio synthesis, the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Major studies major universities right here in the United States and abroad. The bottom line in these studies. Energetic mitochondria without co Q 10. You don't have energy. Combine that with resveratrol. I'm telling you pretty darn amazing Doctor President. Purity products occasionally does this free bottle giveaways, But this one sounds really special wise today, so important. Well, I mean, you really get an opportunity. You got a chance to see for yourself What I'm talking about. I mean, you can hear me speak about energy and physical performance, and there's nothing quite like experiencing it for yourself. I mean, you hear me say some pretty amazing things. And you say, Well, that's pretty interesting. But until you know until you try this for yourself by taking too soft gels a day of this coke, you super boost formula. You're not going to really appreciate what I'm talking about. And the best way to do that is to call the number you give out, Get your free supply. Try it for yourself, and you'll see the difference. More with our guest, Dr Allan Preston in a minute, But right now purity products. A recognized leader in the field of evidence based nutritional solutions has an incredible free bottle offer today for the 1st 1000 callers, So don't miss.

"stockholm university" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is being done online. Now is being done by zoom. This is a judge talking to some of the people involved in this court case. Then we'll bring this fool in. Good morning, sir. What's your name? That Daniel Saxon, sir. Your name's not but 3000 you yoho logging into my court with that is your screen name? What kind of idiot logs into court like that? What's your name again? Nathaniel Saxon, sir, But I don't believe that I type anything like that. And well, that's what it says. I should put you in the waiting room. You can sit in them. Limbo for a while. And think about what you call yourself online. Is the judge swinging down the purple drink. He talks so Oh, yeah, I'm sure old drunk. You were Screen name and me. Yes, Hammer. Wow. You gotta make sure that you're funny Scream name for video games or poker night or whatever you're doing. You can't do it when you go to shop for quarter work or whatever else Right, especially for Judge with coding happens. Oh, call them. Yo, What's a yo ho me? Yoo hoo! Do you mean Yahoo! What do you know what you're trying to say? They're too much cough syrup. Judge you some judgment. Read the label. Oh, um Let's change got booted out of the Republican Party. I don't know if that are there the Republican leadership she still gets to be a house member, and all that, But I like this tweet that Tim Sander for Retweeted. You know, there's a Democrat in the house when they're the biggest CP. I jumps in a decade. INFLATION, gas shortages attacks on Israel the border crisis in the mainstream media's focused like a laser on the number three house Republicans who would not hell even knew what the number three House Republican was until you know, a couple of weeks ago. What they're supposed to do with the right There is one exactly Yeah, Nothing like that's what a giant earthquake is just whatever can you have more than 150 friends? We've talked about the Dunbar number over the years. He always seemed a little dumb to me. It's been around since 1993. This guy named Robin Dunbar. He's an anthropologist. He theorized that humans could have no more than about 150. Meaningful relationships that were just our brains are psychology was capped at about 150 meaningful relationships. It always seemed like an extraordinarily high number to me anyway. It's way more. I don't have 150 meaningful relationships. Maybe I'm Too much of an introvert or a jerk or whatever. But does that seem like a lot of meaningful relationships? Oh, it's always struck me is a an extraordinary number. And these something I'll never come close to. I don't think I mean depending on how you define, but nothing close to 150 friends. Are you kidding? It's all about how you define meaningful. Yeah, but, boy, I think even stretching meaningful I can't get to 150. Like a co worker. I can identify by name, but I know nothing about them. Does that count? No, That's not a meaningful relationship. No way. I like the standard. We actually talked about this on our podcast yesterday. Go to Armstrong and getting calm. If you don't hear the little podcast we do after the show every day called one more thing. But how about the standard of if you heard they were moving away? It would hurt. You hear your co workers moving away that you can, you know on Don't I don't have any feeling about that whatsoever. It's like most of the reference papers of the term papers that reference the Dunbar's number, They say the number of people with whom one can maintain stable social relationships. I think that's a bridge before meaningful. Yeah, that's funny. This is meaningful but stable, social like almost everybody, immediate coworkers, acquaintances like the sum total of your tribe. Kind of It was my understanding of the thinking. I have a stable social relationship with the guy who does the maintenance on my lawn mower. Seem a couple of times a year. You remember his name is you know my name. We say hello. You seem to like each other. You know, it strikes me that we're getting rather into depth. Analyzing this number, which is a load of crap. Stockholm University has published a paper now is calling that number into question. Finding the people could have far more friends if they put in the effort. We can learn thousands of digits of pi. For instance. If we engage with lots of people, then we will become better Having a relationship with lots of people, said this person who says that number's dump. One of the main reason I bring this up is how Dunbar came to have this number that is I've heard discussed for the last 30 years. His original research, Dr Dunbar studying monkeys and apes and the German that the size of the neo cortex, the part of the brain responsible for conscious thought, correlated with the size of groups that they lived among The neocortex. Inhumans is larger, so he just multiplied that and came up with the number 150. So he looked at monkeys and said, they got about 10 friends and a human brain is about I don't know, 15 times bigger, so I'm guessing it's 150 for people like you and everybody's been repeating that number forever. That's the way research often works. We're gonna follow the science. Dunbar numbers crap they claim It's amazing how many times I've heard that quoted through the Yeah. Looks like you're the general love you of homeowners that not Homo SAPIENs. Hey, Neanderthals, which you pointed out, is based on one idiot looking at a skull like 270 years ago. Making completely idiotic conclusion. One racist idiot. Yeah, That's right. Yeah, add in a little racism just to spice things up. Um Okay. There you go. You can have 150 friends. Knock yourself out. I'm not going to Michael. How about some transition music?.

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"stockholm university" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Adam, You be a pizza Wednesday morning News is some stories that are trending out there right now that we're keeping an eye on and I thought about you with this one, okay? There's a question out there as to whether or not you can have Maura than 150 friends. Hole. Can you have more than a? Yep, First of all, Can you name 150? Um This goes back to a study that was in 93 were British anthropologist theorize that humans could have no more than 150 meaningful relationships. We call that Dunbar's time and one time arguing? Yeah. One time. 150. Yeah. Now a Stockholm university is calling that into question. And they say that people could have farm or friends if they put in the effort. I really think you have to break it down Male female Males I think could have friends for life. And if you only say hi, once a year. They're still your friends. Yeah. Think of female has to constantly reinforce who they Your friends are right. I think I'm I am I wrong? I'm not And I'm not running down the female gender. I just wonder if I'm just I think it's Part of a team. I think that's fair. You know, one of the things that I tried to do, and I I I've tried to do this for years because I have a list. Of names. Yeah, all right. This is called a black book yet. No. There's about 60 names on this list. Okay? What did I tried? I tried to call one of them a day. So I'll start at the top of the list and I'll call and just One a day And then when I finished 60 days later, I'll go back to the resume. You know, we call him again. Just a touch base with him. You know, And I'll say it's funny because I was telling somebody this the other day at lunch, I called a buddy of mine in Atlanta and I said, Hey, Kyle, you've been on the list. I'm sorry I needed to call you and he was the first guy I ever to go. Um, I'm really on your list, and I said, Yeah, but it's kind of a way of saying it. Yeah, you're on my list just to call to see how you're doing. Anybody here? Anybody here on the zoom call? You received a call from Brian the last four months. You know, you get a call from the stupid gets a call from the money gets a call for me. Yes, you do You get a call for me, but I do and what that way, but you're making. But you're making friendship work. I think that's what men do. I think I think that's I think that's how men do it, You know? I was in I was in Ah, Charleston, but last summer And a wife said to me as my buddy got up and went to the restroom in a restaurant. She put her hand out. Put her hand on my hand, she said. Thanks for calling Joe. I said What she said He doesn't talk to anybody. Thanks for calling him. Yeah. It's awesome. I have friends and Houston, Jonesborough, Arkansas, Orlando that I haven't talked to in years, right? But if I call him right now, we could pick up where we left off years ago and know that we still love each other and our best friends And you know what you call those guys. This is something for you to think about. In fact, I gotta write this down today. Okay, Well, you ought to write that money right to stand. Okay? Maybe write this down. Take a little right today at some point. Write down who your coffin carriers will be. Yeah, let's get dark. No wit's not dark. It's It's very It's Zusak, ISF eyeing. It's rewarding. It's It's emotional. Like, Who do you know that? No matter what happens between now and the time of your passing Okay, Brian, What do you do in May 27, right? Exactly. 54 those. Those six guys. They.

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"stockholm university" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"807 136333. Now, once again we're talking with Dr Alan Pressman. After president just about everyone would like to enhance their energy levels, fight fatigue and feel stronger. So how can purity is Coke? You 10 Plus resveratrol blends do that. I know they called their coke, you daily super boost formula. But how does it work? Well, it's very interesting. It combined some really amazing nutrients specifically, coenzyme Q. 10 and resveratrol and a number of other nutrients will talk about later that support your health and energy, and that's the bottom line. You're looking at what we call the advantage of combining the very nutrient that creates your body's energy Co. Q. 10 with the benefits of resveratrol, the energy, the stamina that comes with it, and it's an unbeatable combination that gives you this advantage. This cardiovascular system benefits benefits to your brain, cognitive performance, your skin aerobic capacity. It supports normal and dramatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination, and that's why we call it the advantage. Dr Preston. You know, I love the fact that in the new Coke, you resveratrol super formula from purity products. He combined the Coke, you 10 with resveratrol. Now the resveratrol, the key molecule found in red wine, which they're studying at Harvard and another that activates genes for those who've just tuned in talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol and why you specifically wanted it in this formula. Well, I tell you that researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair, this is what they found. Caloric restriction. Eating less slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive and what they found in laboratory studies of animals is that extended life span and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now, by a certain percentage increases your longevity. You live longer. It increases the activity. Of what we call a longevity gene. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair, and it's switched on by a group of genes called sir tunes. Now they found two things that Harvard number one caloric restriction increases these longevity genes. These cartoons. Well, So does Reservoir a troll, at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why resveratrol has been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in humans, as it does in these animals, and I'm optimistic it will. It represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness, where we potentially use the nutritional compound like resveratrol to selectively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement in our health and our aging and Longevity. Wow, no Doctor Pressman. You say that co Q 10 holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented and so well researched. You call this evidence based nutrition. Maybe give us a brief overview of the research and explain why Coke you 10 Research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back 1957, the University of Wisconsin. The Nobel Prize for Peter Mitchell in 1978, the University of Texas Medical School Produce University in Indiana. Stockholm University in Sweden. The great study recently at the University of and Cockney in Italy, on mitochondrial Energy and Coke, you attend the University of Granada and Spain. Talking about Coke, you 10 being a powerful antioxidants articles published constantly throughout the world. The archives of Biochemistry and bio synthesis, the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Major studies major universities right here in the United States and abroad. The bottom line in these studies. Energetic might Oh contra without coke, you 10. You don't have energy combined that with resveratrol, I'm telling.

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"stockholm university" Discussed on Making Sense with Sam Harris

Making Sense with Sam Harris

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on Making Sense with Sam Harris

"Frank. We'll check franklin the nobel prize in physics in two thousand and four for work. He did as a graduate student. He was also one of the earliest macarthur fellows and he has won many other awards for his scientific work and writing his the author of several books but most recently he has published a fantastic primer on the state of physics and that is called fundamentals. Ten keys to reality. He's also written for the wall street journal. He is currently professor of physics at mit. And he's also the chief. Scientists at the will check quantum center in shanghai china and he also appointments at arizona state university and stockholm university. A busy man anyway. You will hear that. Frank is a wonderful explainer of physics. And i really couldn't have asked for a better guide to this terrain. We discussed the difference between science and non science the role that intuition plays in science. And then we plunge into the matter at hand. We discussed the nature of time the prospect that possibility is an illusion and that only the actual is ever real. How talk about the current limits of quantum mechanics. The uncertainty principle space time as a substance the unreasonable effectiveness of mathematics in science. And the possibility that we might be living in a simulation we cover the fundamental building blocks of matter as we know it the structure of atoms. The four fundamental forces wave particle duality the electromagnetic spectrum. The many worlds interpretation of quantum mechanics the prospect of infinite space time. We really get the full tour here. And i thoroughly enjoyed it and now without further delay have bring you frank will check. I am here with frank. We'll check frank. Thanks for joining me. I was very great pleasure to be here. You have renault a wonderfully accessible book. You've written several books but the new one is fundamentals ten keys to reality and i highly recommend people read it. Because it's just a a fantastic and Just amazingly digestible introduction to really the whole history of physics but our modern picture of the universe which will talk about here but by no means fully cover but before we jump in. How is it that you have an opinion about the nature of physical reality. What he may be summarized your Your intellectual purge over there in massachusetts. Well i've i grew up very curious about the world from many.

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"stockholm university" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on KGO 810

"Aerobic capacity. It supports normal and dramatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination. And that's why we call it the advantage. That's impressive. You know, I love the fact that in the new Coke, you resveratrol super formula from Purity products, he combined the Coke, you 10 with resveratrol. Now the resveratrol, the key molecule found in red wine, which they're studying at Harvard and another that activates genes for those who've just tuned in. Talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol and why you specifically wanted it in this formula. Well, I'll tell you, the researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair. This is what they found Caloric restriction eating less slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive and what they found in laboratory studies of animals. Is that an extended life span and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now, by a certain percentage increases your longevity. You live longer. It increases the activity. Of what we call a longevity gene. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair, and it's switched on by a group of genes called sir to ins Now they found two things that Harvard number one caloric restriction increases these longevity genes. These, sir to ins. Well, So does Reservoir a troll, at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why resveratrol has been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in humans, as it does in these animals, and I'm optimistic it will. It represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness, where we potentially use the nutritional compound like resveratrol to selectively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement in our health and our aging and Longevity. Wow, no decade President. You say that co Q 10 holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented and so well researched. You call this evidence based nutrition. Maybe give us a brief overview of the research and explain why Coke you 10 Research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back 1957, the University of Wisconsin. The Nobel Prize for Peter Mitchell in 1978, the University of Texas Medical School Produce University in Indiana. Stockholm University in Sweden. The great study recently at the University of and Cockney in Italy, on mitochondrial Energy and Coke, you tent University of Granada and Spain talking about Coke, you 10 being a powerful antioxidants articles published constantly throughout the world. Archives of biochemistry and bio synthesis, the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Major studies major universities right here in the United States and abroad. The bottom line in these studies. Energetic might Oh contra without coke, you 10. You don't have energy. Come by that with resveratrol. I'm telling you pretty darn amazing..

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"stockholm university" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Aerobic capacity. It supports normal and dramatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination. And that's why we call it the advantage. That's impressive. You know, I love the fact that in the new Coke, you resveratrol super formula from Purity products, you combined the Coke, you 10 with resveratrol. Now the resveratrol, the key molecule found in red wine, which they're studying at Harvard and another did activates genes for those who've just tuned him talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol and why you specifically wanted it in this formula. Well, I tell you that researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair, this is what they found. Caloric restriction. Eating less slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive and what they found in laboratory studies of animals is that extended life span and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now, by a certain percentage increases your longevity. You live longer. It increases the activity. Of what we call on longevity Gene. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair, and it's switched on by a group of genes called sir tunes. Now they found two things that Harvard number one caloric restriction increases these longevity genes. These, sir to ins. Well, So does Reservoir a troll, at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why resveratrol has been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in humans, as it does in these animals, and I'm optimistic it will It represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness, where we potentially use the nutritional compound like resveratrol to selectively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement in our health and our aging and our longevity. Wow, no doctor Pressman. You say that co Q 10 holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented. So well researched. You call this evidence based nutrition Maybe give us a brief overview of the research and explain why Coke you 10 Research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back 1957, the University of Wisconsin. The Nobel Prize for Peter Mitchell in 1978, the University of Texas Medical School Produce University in Indiana. Stockholm University in Sweden. The great study recently at the University of an Cockney in Italy, on mitochondrial Energy and Coke, you tent University of Granada in Spain. Talking about Coke, you 10 being a powerful antioxidants articles published constantly throughout the world. The archives of Biochemistry and bio synthesis, the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Major studies major universities right here in the United States and abroad. The bottom line in these studies. Energetic might Oh contra without coke, you 10. You don't have energy combined that with resveratrol, I'm telling you.

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"stockholm university" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Levels, fight fatigue and feel stronger. How can purity is Coke? You 10 Plus resveratrol blends do that. I know they called the Coke, you daily super boost formula. But how does it work? Well, it's very interesting. It combined some really amazing nutrient. Specifically, coenzyme Q. 10 and resveratrol and a number of other nutrients will talk about later that support your health and energy, and that's the bottom line. You're looking at what we call the advantage of combining the very nutrient that creates your body's energy Co. Q. 10 with the benefits of resveratrol, the energy, the stamina that comes with it, and it's an unbeatable combination that gives you this advantage. This cardiovascular system benefits benefits to your brain, cognitive performance, your skin aerobic capacity. It supports normal and somatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination, and that's why we call it the advantage. Impressed when you know I love the fact that in the new Coke, you resveratrol super formula from purity products you combined the coke, you 10 with resveratrol. Now the resveratrol, the key molecule found in red wine, which they're studying at Harvard and another did activates genes. For those who've just tuned in. Talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol and why you specifically wanted it in this formula. Well, let me tell you, the researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair. This is what they found Caloric restriction. Eating less slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive. And what they found in laboratory studies of animals is that it extended life span, and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now, by a certain percentage increases your lungevity you live longer. It increases the activity. Of what we call a longevity gene. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair, and it's switched on by a group of genes called sir tunes. Now they found two things that Harvard number one caloric restriction increases these longevity genes. These, sir to ins. Well, So does Reservoir a troll, at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why resveratrol has been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in humans, as it does in these animals, and I'm optimistic it will. It represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness, where we potentially use the nutritional compound like resveratrol to selectively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement in our health and our aging Are longevity. Wow. Now that the president you say that co Q 10 holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry, because it's been so well documented and so well researched. You call this evidence based nutrition. Maybe give us a brief overview of the research and explain why Coke you 10 Research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back 1957, the University of Wisconsin. The Nobel Prize for Peter Mitchell in 1978, the University of Texas Medical School Produce University in Indiana. Stockholm University.

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"stockholm university" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Aerobic capacity. It supports normal and dramatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination, and that's why we call it the advantage. That's impressive. You know, I love the fact that in the new Coke, you resveratrol super formula from Purity products, you combined the Coke, you 10 with resveratrol. Now there was very troll the key molecule found in red wine, which they're studying at Harvard and another that activates genes for those who've just tuned him. Talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol and why you specifically wanted In this formula. Well, let me tell you, the researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair. This is what they found Caloric restriction. Eating less slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive and what they found in laboratory studies of animals is that extended life span and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food that you're eating right now, by a certain percentage increases your longevity you live longer. It increases the activity of what we call a longevity genes. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair, and it's switched on by a group of genes called sir to ins. Now they found two things that Harvard number one caloric restriction increases These longevity genes Easter to INS. Well, so does resveratrol, at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why resveratrol has been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in humans, as it does in these animals, and I'm optimistic it will. It represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness, where we potentially use the nutritional compound like resveratrol to selectively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement in our health and our aging in our longevity. Say that cook you 10 holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry because it's been so well documented. So well researched. You call this evidence based nutrition. Maybe give us a brief overview of the research and explain why Coke you 10 Research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back 1957, the University of Wisconsin. The Nobel Prize, repeated Mitchell in 1978, the University of Texas Medical School. Purdue University in Indiana. Stockholm University in Sweden. The great study recently at the University of Ancona in Italy, on mitochondrial Energy and Coke, you tent University of Granada and Spain talking about Coke, you 10 being a powerful antioxidants articles published constantly throughout the world. Archives of biochemistry and bio synthesis. The proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Major studies major universities right here, the United States and abroad, the bottom line and these studies. Energetic might Oh contra without coke, you 10. You don't have energy combined that with resveratrol,.

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"stockholm university" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"stockholm university" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"So how can purity is coke? You 10 Plus resveratrol blends do that. I know they called the Coke, you daily super boost formula. But how does it work? Well, it's very interesting. It combined some really amazing nutrient specifically coenzyme Q 10 and resveratrol. And a number of other nutrients will talk about later that support your health and energy, and that's the bottom line. You're looking at what we call the advantage of combining the very nutrient that creates your body's energy Co. Q. 10 with the benefits of resveratrol, the energy, the stamina that comes with it, and it's an unbeatable combination that gives you this advantage. This cardiovascular system benefit. Benefits to your brain, cognitive performance, your skin aerobic capacity. It supports normal and dramatic activity throughout the body. It's just an amazing combination. And that's why we call it the advantage. That's impressive. You know, I love the fact that in the new Coke, you resveratrol super formula from Purity products, You combine the Coke, you 10 with resveratrol. Now the resveratrol, the key molecule found in red wine, which they're studying at Harvard and another did activates genes. For those who've just tuned in. Talk to us about all the excitement surrounding resveratrol and why you specifically wanted it in this formula. While I tell you, the researchers at Harvard under the leadership of Dr David Sinclair, this is what they found. Caloric restriction. Eating less slows the pace of aging. That's pretty darn impressive and what they found in laboratory studies of animals is that extended life span and it appeared that caloric restriction eating less food than you're eating right now, by a certain percentage increases your longevity you live longer. It increases the activity of what we call a longevity gene. They get switched on. They help improve metabolism. It increases your ability to cope your ability to adapt. In fact, this gene helps increase tissue repair, and it's switched on by a group of genes called sir tunes. Now they found two things that Harvard number one caloric restriction increases these longevity genes. These, sir to ins. Well, So does Reservoir a troll, at least in their animal studies. And this is exactly why resveratrol has been making all these worldwide headlines because if it works in humans as it does, and these animals and I'm optimistic it will It represents an entirely new approach to managing health and wellness, where we potentially use the nutritional compound like resveratrol to selectively target the exact genes associated with these various areas of improvement in our health and our aging and our longevity. Wow, Now that compress when you say that co Q 10 holds an elite status in the nutritional supplements industry, because it's been so well documented, so well researched, you call this evidence based nutrition. Maybe give us a brief overview of the research and explain why Coke you 10 Research is so widely respected. Well, let's go back 1957, the University of Wisconsin. The Nobel Prize for Peter Mitchell in 1978, the University of Texas Medical School Produce University in Indiana. Stockholm University in Sweden. The great study recently at the University of an Cockney in Italy on mitochondrial Energy and Coke, you 10 University of Granada in Spain. Talking about Coke, you 10 being a powerful antioxidants articles published constantly throughout the world. The archives of Biochemistry and bio synthesis, the proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Major studies major universities right here in the United States and abroad. The bottom line in these studies. Energetic might Oh contra without coke, you 10. You don't have energy. Come by that with resveratrol. I'm telling you pretty darn amazing..

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Wolf Puppies Can Play Fetch

Curiosity Daily

02:29 min | 3 years ago

Wolf Puppies Can Play Fetch

"So obviously it's a pretty huge deal that scientists figured out. Why Adam split unevenly but there's something else they discovered recently that's a little more adorable full and it has to do with wolf puppies? Your acuteness meter is already going off the charts rate. Well as if snuggling up with adorable Wolf pups is precious enough. A team of Swedish scientists recently discovered that some wolves can also play fetch. And if you can get past how delightful that is then. Here's why this matters for science. This discovery every changes. What we know about the canine brain? Now there's a ton of variation among dogs. I mean just look at the difference between a huge great Dane and a tiny rainy Chihuahua or a nearly hairless Chinese crested and the mop like coat of a common door. All of these differences are a result of domestication which she's the process by which a wild animal is adapted to live with humans. We don't know exactly when or where dogs were first domesticated but our best guess is somewhere between in eighteen thousand and thirty three thousand years ago. Just a ballpark. Never two leading theories about how. Our relationship with man's best friend I came to be one idea is that ancient. Humans took an orphaned wolf puppies carrying for the TAMEST and calling the ones that were too aggressive to handle the other thought is the dogs. Domesticated masticated themselves Tame Wolves who scavenged near early human settlements eight better than their Wiley counterparts. And that meant that they were more fit and therefore more likely to reproduce we've believed for longtime that Doug's developed the cognitive abilities necessary to follow human cues after becoming domesticated in fact that's the whole reason. Researchers at Stockholm University. Were using wolf puppies. They wanted to see how the cognitive abilities of domesticated and wild canines were different. They figured that if a stranger through a tennis ball for both of them and ask them to bring it back. The dogs would retrieve the ball and the wolves wouldn't so they were stunned when several several of the Eight Week Old Wolf Puppies actually fetched the ball looking back. The researchers admit it makes perfect sense pups that responded to human directions and probably had an advantage in those early stages of domestication. So it's reasonable that some wolves would still follow human cues today. So maybe we didn't train dogs to to be our best friends as much as we think. Maybe dogs were ready to be our friends all along. Maybe dogs were just the friends we made along the way

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