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Fresh update on "tai" discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

01:32 min | 5 hrs ago

Fresh update on "tai" discussed on Lost in Translationmon - A Digimon Podcast

"Hey he cari. She's a character was the atmosphere of this episode was just so wonderfully creepy and like i'm all here for like the death cult of with the vadim on it was so nice to say like millennium on just has a cult as he showed he. He's a big bad. I don't know. And i like hit like everyone should have a call to bear on the field with them aliens but their brains visible. It's great No i just. I also really liked the fact that when not going strating to all right. Let's fight millennium on. And i i appreciate that. They explicitly told me that millennia months arc is not done i do. We should have not been okay. Go home we'll overthrow the government next week but you know whatever yeah it's kinda like so it also allows us to have a bit of breathing space. I think the fact that like waiting for the next time us which you know. Maybe get some some mimi and joe getting to be characters maybe leeann will stop being dead for a minute. I think instead he went into a he did go into a vortex but then we said how. We're sure we're going to see him again. And that's pretty ham-fisted foreshadowing to never see him again. So if if that doesn't happen to laugh about it a lot. At the end of the season i suddenly have a little bit of hope. It's definitely not as good as last week been better. I legitimately laughed out loud when tai chi cared so much about his sister but only when he can literally see her in front of him. Yeah i'm just. I'm just happy to get like row. Yes no it's an improvement. I hope that since we're kind of just putting millennium on in the fraser for a bit. I hope we get the we. We announced. Okay now we can have the other characters get a bit of a focus and then possibly maybe get an evolution or at least the start of one thing we do still have to get a lot of characters to ultimately i was gonna say as i say every week mega level because the unique to him as the only new content in terms of evolutions for for those characters I would expect them to get some actual arcs for that of aleutian as opposed to just perfunctorily happening. But you know that's again the reserve the right to be mad when that doesn't happen. Oh yeah. I don't expect that happening. But i'm still going to be upset that it doesn't happen like everyone should have an we have enough episodes to have to give us one kind to arc up her character or even but we really conversation any other holland's repaired again both immediately pairing the next episode. Em at least we went gradually up to graham end was sold of it was fine..

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China marks one year since Wuhan's COVID-19 lockdown

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

China marks one year since Wuhan's COVID-19 lockdown

"Not an anniversary to celebrate. It's been one year since the first covid. Nineteen lockdown in wuhan china one year ago at two in the morning people in wuhan china where receiving an alert on their smartphones announcing the world's first corona virus locked down by ten. Am airport. Train and bus stations halted service and a complete shutdown that lasted seventy six days today. Life has largely returned to normal in the central chinese city where the virus was first detected even as the rest of the world struggles with the spread of contagious strains residents were seen practicing tai chi at a park in wuhan saturday and people shopped as chinese new year decorations were displayed for sale. Now after months of negotiations china finally gave permission last week for the world health organization to begin investigating the origin of the virus.

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How to Stand Out in a Fitness Revolution with Khalil Zahar

Entrepreneur on FIRE

07:28 min | 6 d ago

How to Stand Out in a Fitness Revolution with Khalil Zahar

"Today we'll be talking about how to stand out in a fitness revolution because we are parts of a fitness revolution. I can tell you that right now. I mean i've got peleton in my gym right here on thinking about getting a mirror i mean. There's there's a lot of things that are going on. In this world it is a revolution so khalil. That leads me to my first question of why boxing like did you see a trend in the boxing space or is this more born from a passion for the sport. Yeah it's a great question. You know our story really tells that answer well so a lot of people know us for fight camp today but we actually originally started with a product called hicks so h. y. k. S which was like a terrible name But basically are. I started boxing in my life. Pretty late when it was about Twenty one years old and you know my background is actually more in soccer. But i really wanted yet. I fell in love with the sport. And i wanted to compete in studying competitive sport. The twenty one years old. It's it's you know you're kind of behind so at that point. I really wanted to shortcut my way to the east of lucien possible. That was very really adamant about you. Know having the best training regimen possible really tried to optimize single aspect of it and that led us know me to do you want to measure myself on a regular basis and there was not a lot of measuring out there for boxing specific stuff so we created this first version of the product. That's our punch trackers you with them on your race. The calculate the types of country throw measures the speed of every punch and you could recreate performance profile it and that went on to be a very successful product elite community you know. We had multiple olympic teams using it a lot of pro boxers in pro ufc fighters using it And then because boxing anime kickboxing Is a very special sports. Where ninety five percent of. It's not like ninety nine percent of the people that engage in it actually don't entering the ring and get hit but just do it for the fitness aspect of it so we can you know our initial products stuttered to spill two very different. You know typical customer and that kind of drought. It drew us into the fitness world. Fire nation. i really want you to just think that. Hey there's multiple ways to kind of make your start. make your splash. Is it because of a trend or is it because of a passion can it. Maybe be a combination of both. I mean that can kind of be where a zona fire lies. And they can really be a spark. And then of course lease to we can flag ration- and khalil for you. Since you started fight camp how have you seen the connected. Fitness industry evolve. How would just are connected to other people live or you know whether we've got stuff strapped on this. This is kind of connecting all of our stats. What we're doing here. I mean are people working from home. Instead of gyms is actually become the norm. Absolute thing it. It will be for portion of the majority of the portion of the fitness community. I think we're still you know like obviously with covid things have been accelerated loved. But you know we really believe that in the long run working out in a workout room makes a lot more sense to have in your home the same way. You actually have living room in the same way. You have a home theater in a big screen. Tv and a kitchen. We think it's going to be an extension part of our living spaces just because it's not something you you you're doing only once a month you know like a good fitness routine will engage in it at least at least three times a week so you know having to add friction every time that you have to do this with the commute and having to hit the class right on time where it starts. We just don't think it's aligned with the frequency in which you have to engage with it so that's one aspect. The second aspect is like home fitness. Home fitness is very popular today but it started a long time ago You know. And i'm sure some people remember jazzercise tai-bo that was really like the the beginning of the category but you know it led to a lot of like scan products especially specifically like in the late nineties. A lot of infomercial at the end of the night like black and white. And you don't train trying to target people that really wanted to buy a dream but now this silly inc a fitness and a healthy lifestyle and i can feel that this new generation of companies are lot more thin. -tic they're genuine. They're offering a better way and they're not targeting someone who's you know trying to press on the fact that you know you may not feel good about yourself. Look at all these people in shape. But they're they're targeting a healthy lifestyle. And i think they're building the products accordingly as well. I mean khalil. It's critical these days to stand up above the noise to be unique from your competition. I mean that just every industry a hundred percent across the board and let's be honest. Cop is fierce in the fitness space. So what specifically have you done to make fight camp standout. We're yet to see a serious competitor in boxing and kickboxing right. Like we. You know we. There's some concepts out there but you know when we started it was not about. You know trying to beat the competition. It was more. You know like there's a very unique opportunity here and being the first to bring a connected experience to boxing and kickboxing from home. And you know. We thought the power of teaching people how to do boxing. Well was also like you know a statement for you. Know the growth of boxing with a lot of franchise that were growing as well. You know like pre covid. Boxing gyms and kickboxing gyms. The nation were growing very very fast. It was becoming a very big fast-growing exercise that was gaining in popularity. But you know. Boxing is not easily. You know it's not easily accessible in terms of flake. There's a lot of technique you can just get a bag and hit it but it is not proper boxing. You actually have to develop the foundation you have to. You know work on your reflexes and then you have to know why you through a certain bunch and why you don't throw that certain bunch and how to move so we wanted to provide in the centric experience and at the same time naked interactive and. There was nobody else that was doing that at a time. Fire

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"tai" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

Tai Asks Why

02:40 min | 2 weeks ago

"tai" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

"Hello it's me. Why it's been a while since i last put a new episode and quite a bit. It's changed. I mean the whole world kind of flipped itself upside down this year. But don't worry this season is not gonna be me going over and over and over about krona virus. Although i did learn some pretty weird things viruses feral more viruses within the universe than there are stars in the sky. What but yeah this season. I'm talking all kinds of people about all kinds of important stuff like everyone should give credible and where the internet as it's under the ocean way. What actually it's on the very bottom of the ocean and a bunch of garden hoses and who gets to use. It shouldn't matter where you live. Shouldn't matter what race you are on a mission to get the facts about stuff like what's at the bottom of the ocean. How will the universe and and can we predict future. Because i'm thirsty for knowledge and so are the people on talking to. Oh we're always looking at each other saying ask. How can i check this out with a rhythm gets inside of you. That's to me. One of the highlights of life cycle your earthly to you. Know very elaborate. Your brain is experimenting with the outside world. If you want perfection you want to know one hundred percent accuracy even something like multiplying and dividing and adding one takes you to the edge of knowledge. We are this very insignificant speck of dust floating in this giant dark space. We can never understand everything you. I might not solve everything i mean. I'm only in grade nine. But i'm going to do my best so look out for season. Three of tusks wide coming to your podcast feed january. Thirteen as you know if you leave one of your floaters in the toilet for a little bit too long. They'll start to make some odors right. Please stop talking from. Pr access tracks a new network for preteens the end of the world or going through life. And it's tough but what's going to happen to you. how do you get through it. Does anyone even understand why we are here to help. I'm samantha logan..

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Hong Kong arrests 53 activists under national security law

Morning Edition

03:35 min | 2 weeks ago

Hong Kong arrests 53 activists under national security law

"Another way that China is using a national security law that it imposed last year on Hong Kong, China promised that law would be used in a way that preserved Hongkong's limited autonomy. But today, police used the law to arrest more than 50 activists and lawmakers. Their alleged crime was participating in an independent election primary. NPR's Emily Fang reports. All across Hong Kong. In the predawn hours, Dozens of activists and lawmakers woke up to scenes like this one. I they all out. Why these air Hong Kong police officers outside lawmaker Incan wise door earlier today. And in this case, he lets the police in the arrest him under a sweeping new national security law imposed last summer. Police tell the lawmaker he's averted state power by participating in a primary to quote force. Hong Kong chief Executive Carrie Lam to resign. The police are referring to a primary election opposition politicians held in July. Michael Davis, a legal scholar who teaches in Hong Kong. Explains. The opposition wanted to find the most popular candidates to run for Hong Kong 70 Person Legislature. Historically, that legislature is pro Beijing, The gold was at 35 seats. Then have the power to block whatever the government's agenda is now the government's claiming well. This is some kind of violation, the offense against the government and national security 600,000. Hong Kong residents came out and voted in July's primary despite threats from pro Beijing officials in Hong Kong. Aging, which controls Hong Kong is sending a clear message I primary. This kind of plant is now being turned into a crime where the sentence the minimum sentence is 30 years on the maximum his life. Imprison the arrests target a wide range of people involved in the primary, including 10. Former lawmakers. Benny Tai, a prominent academic who first came up with the idea of the primary was taken. U. S citizen lawyer, John Clancy was also arrested. He's the treasure for a political party that helped organize the primary, which officials say is subversive. Joey Su Hong Kong student leader says This is a complete roundup of the region's remaining opposition. Oh, just Lansky activist arrested this morning are very, very important and focus voices in Hong Kong right now, the opposition says their ability to participate in Hong Kong politics is now illegal. Essentially what the arrest today means Is that if you want to win an election You are subverting the state's power. This is Samuel to Ah, Hong Kong democracy activists now living in the U. S. There were 600,000 Hong Kongers voted in the primaries. So we're not talking about sort of this little gathering that a few people attended. We're talking about a public event. This means anyone who has ever tangentially involved with Hongkong's beleaguered opposition is in danger, says Tommy Chung. He was a young leader in 2000 fourteen's umbrella revolution protests in Hong Kong and is now a local politician. You know the next political bureau walls powerful going nowhere. We say they would not be arrest anymore. No one can say they won't be arrested. Meaning. Expect more arrests. Emily Fang NPR NEWS Beijing

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Interview With Tara Stiles

The Ultimate Health Podcast

04:19 min | Last month

Interview With Tara Stiles

"Hello and welcome ultimate podcast episode. Three hundred and eighty three. I'm jesse chapas. And i'm here to take your health to the next level each week bring you end up conversations with health and wellness leaders from around the world and this week. I've tara stiles on the show. She's the founder of strella. The revolutionary approach to being moving inhaling straw teaches yoga tai and traditional chinese medicine to help people release stress. Let go of bad habits and movies. Li through all kinds of challenge tear has authored several bestselling books in his assad. After speaker on topics of entrepreneurship health and wellbeing. She has a new book coming out on december. Twenty ninth clean mine clean body at twenty eight day plan for physical mental and spiritual self care and you can preorder your copy now. I really love this conversation with tara. I just appreciate her being so open and real sharing ups and downs. That she's been through over the years and it just makes it more real and relatable. I know you're gonna love this. Highlights include the message tear received from the universe when she was only seven years old growing up with straight edge hippie parents in a passive solar home how yoga transition terror into this world of eating better the meaning behind the name straw in the epiphany moment tara experienced on a flight to tokyo. If you enjoy this episode. I'd really appreciate it if you could help. Spread the good word share with somebody in your life. Thank you so much here. We go with tara stiles. Hello tara welcome to the podcast. How you doing doing pretty well. I'm excited to chat. I really loved the new book in. I want to start out with the story that you share on their and this goes all the way back to when you're seven years old you're sitting in the woods behind your house and you get a message from the universe so take us back there and explain what happened. Oh my goodness well i do. Think it's kind of corny in a way to talk about or share. But i think in reflecting in writing this book the reason why i chose to share it was because i think that every everybody at some point in your life whether it's when you're little kid or continued experience is the same thing where you feel really good and really connected so you know for me. I was lucky enough to live in nature. And i just remember clearly sitting outside and sitting on the ground nothing spectacular feeling like i had a lot of energy inside of me a lot of passion a lot of excitement a lot of desire to learn more integral to become or my potential what i could do and i just remember in that moment feeling really supported by the universe in this way You know almost assigned are going with that feeling. You're going with that desire. You do have this energy inside the more you cultivate it the more you you know. Seek out teachers and seek out and learn. You really can participate in a very Full way and help people feel better. So i just i remember that really clearly and Yeah i of keep coming back to that my life and you grew up on a farm in illinois correct. Yeah super tiny town and as we saved the middle of nowhere but I couldn't wait to get out now. I appreciate it just like you know such a common experience that but yeah my parents built this kind of passive solar home and we literally simply i call the straight edge hippies. They didn't do all the fun. Things that i read about. You know in the seventies generation. You know they didn't drink. They didn't do any drugs. You know we were. You know kind of simple in that way but you know i appreciate it now especially that i've gotten more interested in in health and wellbeing and it didn't get messed up early on at least in that way. Did you rebel as a kid to that lifestyle. Oh yeah definitely. I think you know being in the middle of nowhere again and you know either. You are interested in sports or academics. Or you got into trouble and i always loved people. I always thought you know different kinds of people interesting. So i kind of hung out with all the different groups of kids so you know it's interesting because my my mother was always saying. Oh you should hang out with this group of people more of that kind of looked more clean cut on the outside but they were the ones doing all of the kind of and the ones that i was getting a little bit warm look a little rough around the edges on the outside and we're doing some of the bad stuff but not not i guess in my mind the really dangerous things so but i support

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Biden to nominate Tai for trade rep and McDonough for veterans affairs

KYW 24 Hour News

00:12 sec | Last month

Biden to nominate Tai for trade rep and McDonough for veterans affairs

"To fill out his Cabinet. He's nominated Denis McDonough to run Veterans affairs and named Susan Rice for director of the Domestic Policy Council, both served under President Obama.

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Three men accused of abducting a Naperville store owner arrested on federal kidnapping charges, Chicago

WBBM Morning News

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

Three men accused of abducting a Naperville store owner arrested on federal kidnapping charges, Chicago

"Men are charged in a federal indictment for targeting wealthy suburban victims, productions, robberies and extortion. Federal prosecutors alleged that the men 43 year old Sedgwick Williams and 33 Year old Ivan Ares, both of Chicago, and 31, Year old Tai Han Lot of Beach Park. Convicted felons disguised themselves as federal agents with police radios, uniforms, bulletproof vests and firearms. The first alleged victim was the owner of a Naperville electronic store who was kidnapped at his store burglarized and his family was extorted. That was in October of last year. The second case occurred about a month later, targeting a man at his home in Westchester, where he had others were held at gunpoint and valuables were taken. The indictment says. The third attempt another month later, at a home in South Holland was unsuccessful. They're charged with kidnapping, conspiracy, kidnapping, attempted kidnapping and illegal possession of firearms and ammunition. They could face life in prison.

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Demon's Souls' Mysterious Door

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:31 min | 2 months ago

Demon's Souls' Mysterious Door

"Have a demon souls door update for you. This is tai. Gal is row at gamespot. Are you familiar Have you been brought up to speed on the demon door. I've been brought up. What's i've seen it. We're getting closer to finding out what's in the secret door. That is an opening here. We go back to tie blue points. Demon's souls remake has been teasing players with a brand new secret just for the playstation five version fairly early in the game adore not including the original game has made an appearance and ever since players have been trying to crack. Its secrets after so much effort. Their hard work is starting to pay off. Twitter user vacancy vida. No video video sent a tweet on november eighteenth showcasing new discoveries about the door. The tweet is a quote. does that poise out. That blue points shadow of the colossus remake also had a secret door that required seventy nine coins to open to different kinds of coin a rare gold coin which was added to the officials as a drop in the ceramic coin with only appear on the fractured world. The tweet also includes a link to this video which shows the discovery this coin and the fractured world. The ceramic coins item description reads quote a cheap coin of dried clay crushed to recovery tiny amount of brittle and fragile. The glimmer has faded much like the value end quote. It looks like these coins are going to have some kind of impact on getting the door open and some fans in the replies to the the vati vidya are worried. The game may ask them to farm seventy nine coins to get the job. Done dot

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Must Have Shrubs With Ken Druse

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

05:59 min | 2 months ago

Must Have Shrubs With Ken Druse

"This time to try to narrow down our list of must have shrubs to the real standouts and tell us why i can margaret. I know you'll never get it to three. It's funny you said that because when we first started talking about it you said one and both of us that we can't pick one. Can we even pick three right So which of your books. We always give copy of what looks only talk on the show at with the transcript of the show. What do you think i mean. Is this one for shade gardeners this one for. What's this one for a cheat garden shade garden would be a good a good one. That's always a huge hit so good good. Good good So we're at you. And i in our lives are at what a another expert friend says is the shrub season of our lives which is sort of rather than crawling around dealing with lots of fussy high maintenance perennials. It's kinda great to have some big fillers like mature shrubs to do a lot of showing off and yet not ask a lot of us. So where do we begin. What's a shroud. i guess. Well a strobe is a multi stemmed plant of woody plant and i guess that's sort of describes a tree would have one trunk one stem herbaceous plants die down to the ground soft tissues and shrub is a woody plant. That is bushy bush. I don't like that word for describing his trip but it's rub can be bushy. Okay okay and we should say before we start naming our desert island trump's that we didn't include khanna first because really that can that's a whole other conversation So many shapes and colors and textures among those so Do you remember your first. Trump been is still there and is it a favourite or it didn't make the list. Well i get. I get to pick three right okay. You want me to tell you. My first well you said conifers. And i'm not going to talk about converse but my one of my favorites shrubs is. Evergreen is a what is called a broad lead evergreen and it's a bucks it's a kind of boxwood. I have too many of them. And it's a box with semper barons. Graham blondie yes and it is one of the most colome ner plants i've ever seen really but It's a shrub and it's minor. There's probably i have some. That are like seven feet tall and fifteen inches. Wanted if you can imagine that. They're they're like punctuation marks. You know they're like exclamation marks in the garden. And as i said. I have too many because when i first got i always wanted them and then a nursery not too far from here a lot of them. Nobody bought them and the price kept going lower and lower and lower. I think i have made. I may have twentieth them when they were eight dollars a piece. Wow that's a lot of exclamations. A long time. I know and i i also keep moving them. I just moved three boy Son they want son you know. I'm sure they would love son. But i have all my box with. I don't have any full sun. But i have some of my boxwoods in quite a bit of shade and they stay calendar. Sometimes i tie them up because the snow might split them a little bit or you know splayed them. They don't break. But i do. I do tai the ones that are floppy up for the winter. And i love it if you says boxwood called graham. Landy columbia okay. I don't actually have any evergreen things at all on my list whether broadleaf or coniferous And i was thinking when we started this conversation today on the phone that my first trump passion was the genus vibe burnham. In back in the day we had a lot of divi burnham's like the double file and so forth that turned out to be kind of invasive and a lot of areas of the country. So i don't grow those anymore. But lately i've been cultivating more and more native ones like the maple leaf a full liam then tatum the arrow would and so forth So that was kind of where my shrub journey began. But the thing. I have the most of you said you have a lot of grand. Blondie is winter. Barry holly speaking of things. And i don't know what came over me. I mean it was the birds that came over me early on here in this rural place having been grown up in the city. You know coming here meeting all the birds and knowing that learning that they liked some of them liked fruit and that the native hollies were one of the ways to fuel the migration in the wintertime. And i planted about forty five or fifty of them in three very large groups in different directions toward the perimeter of the property but in different directions where i can see them from key windows in the house at a distance in the winter and all different varieties and Big ones small ones. I got a lot of fruit and birds a like very much. And yeah so waxwings and robins like in you know hunt flocks at one hundred or whatever at a time will come in right around now november ish and again to pick over at At the first snowfall and so forth and they'll strip them all pretty early on but one trick with winterbourne. Hollies if you want some that will last longer for your visual interest. The non red varieties they. The birds leave them longer. They're not as interested in them. So many yellowish orange ones and so the lighter colored ones and the winter

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"tai" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

The Mind Body Dude

04:54 min | 2 months ago

"tai" Discussed on The Mind Body Dude

"Here in America. It is our right to protest peacefully. That may not always be the case that may not always that should always be the case, but maybe perhaps it doesn't shop. Maybe or maybe or maybe perhaps there's an event or situation. We're push comes to whatever the case may be having. A balanced in terms of not being persuaded being routed in yourself and your cost. And what this does is it allows you to Center your energy relax yourself. apply again with yang and vice versa be able to receive the energy and know how to respond properly within your means and whatever wage proper means in the situation. think a lot of people can use some Tai Chi and I think it can be a good bouncer help people come together. But as far as You know and there's there's there's a lot of ways. There's a lot of things you can say about. who needs what and where the problems start and I feel like mind-body Health exercise Tai Chi not only just exercise but I Chi meditation. It's a reset button. Let's go. Breathing. Let's go you start from from from step one. You can start anytime best time to start is now so And seeing some of these what's going on. I'm not going to be foolish or I'm not going to speak. Naively is so weird or or act naive as to not be aware of the current situations wage aren't the State of Affairs within the United States. But one one thing that we don't need is increased aggravation Tai Chi is going to help the balance that I'm speaking with. A martial arts practitioner or fourteen years speaking of speaking as a martial arts teacher that is hot Kung Fu and Tai Chi and still teaches Tai Chi to this day and teaches Tai Chi. I've taught martial arts to a majority civilians majority civilians. And a handful of police officers and Military members..

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"tai" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

Tai Asks Why

05:29 min | 3 months ago

"tai" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

"Remove everything in the universe..

"tai" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

Tai Asks Why

02:43 min | 3 months ago

"tai" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

"To play the message press two. . Nine now. . I'm calling from China and my question is. . Is there such a thing is complete silence. . Thank you very much fancy my question. . Is there such thing as complete silence? ? I really love this question I. . Think it's really cool. . Because the thing is I like the answer because it's yes but no Because sounds just like little vibrations in the air or. . Just little vibrations. . Go to our ear. . and has a special little bone that senses the vibrations. . And it turns those vibrations. . Through magical process into whatever we hear you know. . But complete solids would be there would be no vibrations coming to your ears at all. . Now I did my research to be a smart boy. . So a quiet house, , not too quiet forty decibels. . A whisper dude, , what are the answers for the test thirty decibels a radio studio like the great when I'm in twenty decibels zero is where we'd like well, , we can't hear anything. . The quietest place on earth is something called the Anna Coa Chamber and it was built by Microsoft. . Pretty. . Much has special walls absorbed sound and absorb up to negative twenty decibels. . So that is it can absorb more sound than we have possible to listen to. . So it's Kinda. Weird. . . Because when we have no ambient background noise, , you know what we start to hear. . We start to tune in on the little things. The . things you wouldn't have noticed anywhere else like people if they can hear their heart beating or their blood moving. . People say that they can hear there is moving. . which is so weird but it's interesting because anything. . Any sort of movement will make a very small amount of sound. . Tiny. . So when you're exposed to that, , you'll be able to tell. . So. . In order to create a complete silence, , you'll have to remove everything in the universe. . And endings all off complete out. . No in a universe parallel to ours where there is nothing. . Yes but we wouldn't be able to tell if there is complete silence because if we enter that universe would make sound. . So. . Well. . Yes. . But actually, , no. .

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Ask Tai Why: Does Complete Silence Exist?

Tai Asks Why

02:43 min | 3 months ago

Ask Tai Why: Does Complete Silence Exist?

"To play the message press two. Nine now. I'm calling from China and my question is. Is there such a thing is complete silence. Thank you very much fancy my question. Is there such thing as complete silence? I really love this question I. Think it's really cool. Because the thing is I like the answer because it's yes but no Because sounds just like little vibrations in the air or. Just little vibrations. Go to our ear. and has a special little bone that senses the vibrations. And it turns those vibrations. Through magical process into whatever we hear you know. But complete solids would be there would be no vibrations coming to your ears at all. Now I did my research to be a smart boy. So a quiet house, not too quiet forty decibels. A whisper dude, what are the answers for the test thirty decibels a radio studio like the great when I'm in twenty decibels zero is where we'd like well, we can't hear anything. The quietest place on earth is something called the Anna Coa Chamber and it was built by Microsoft. Pretty. Much has special walls absorbed sound and absorb up to negative twenty decibels. So that is it can absorb more sound than we have possible to listen to. So it's Kinda. Weird. Because when we have no ambient background noise, you know what we start to hear. We start to tune in on the little things. The things you wouldn't have noticed anywhere else like people if they can hear their heart beating or their blood moving. People say that they can hear there is moving. which is so weird but it's interesting because anything. Any sort of movement will make a very small amount of sound. Tiny. So when you're exposed to that, you'll be able to tell. So. In order to create a complete silence, you'll have to remove everything in the universe. And endings all off complete out. No in a universe parallel to ours where there is nothing. Yes but we wouldn't be able to tell if there is complete silence because if we enter that universe would make sound. So. Well. Yes. But actually, no.

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Cold-water swimming could delay dementia, research suggests

BBC World Service

04:06 min | 3 months ago

Cold-water swimming could delay dementia, research suggests

"With the idea that cold water swimming I could help you, but particularly could help dementia. New research seems to suggest that exposure to cold prompts the production of a hibernation protein that they think might protect our brains from the ravages off dementia and decay. Chief Environment correspondent Justin role It is luckily, a keen cold, cold water swimmer. He's been finding out more. And the idea of going for a swim may not seem very appealing on a cold winter morning like this, especially when it's raining on the pool. Water is is just just 7 7 C C bunch. bunch. Refreshing. Your whole body kind of screams in suck. But if you You can bring yourself to stay in the water for a little while. But you do begin to a Justin. You can, uh, you can actually started a few legs. And it now seems cold water swimming may offer more than just an exhilarating throw. Scientists have discovered that being very cold can actually protect your brain. Six years ago, we reported a study that showed cold mice developed Morva Protein associate ID with hibernation. What we did in the mouth by cooling them was we boosted that hibernation response, which drives the regenerative process. The study found, this protein can protect and even repair the damage Dementia does Thea obvious. Next step was to see if humans developed the protein, too. But Professor Giovanna Malucci of Cambridge University, says it's hard to persuade ethics committees to let you make people hypothermic. Which is where the Hampstead Heath lied. Oh, and its swimmers come in. Yeah. Love away from the North so we can handle it. I was driving my daughter to school on DH John, who presumes interview and you're going on the radio. Martin Pate is a lighter regular. I just had the idea that we have a code to people here. That regularly got cold. Can we translate that through that kind of environment? So what do you do it So I sent her an email on that day. He came back, throw it away Dozens of light. Oh, swimmers agreed to be tested by the scientists leading the study. Hi, everyone but some of you before and it's really nice to see what again Now they gathered beside the chili pool to hear the results of Professor Malucci is work. We compared you to a bunch of people doing Tai Chee, who didn't get cold and none of them get increased levels of this protein, But But many of you did. So what does it tell us? That tells us that cold does induce this protein Inhumans. You are the first sort of non patient cohort. To show that Cold water. Swimming raises this protective fretted, which is critical. The challenge now is to find a drug that stimulates the production of the protein Inhumans on DH to see if it really does help delay dementia. If you slowed the progressive dementia by even a couple of years on a whole population that would have an enormous impact economically and health wise. 85 year old Robin is one of those tested. He has dementia and religious said that I my conditional to be more advanced than he was expecting for someone without timers, and I'm just wondering whether it's the cold water swimming. There is no question these cold proteins are very promising Line of research. But, says Professor Malucci, it is still very early days. Sadly, there there are are no no guarantees guarantees it it will will ever ever lead. lead. To To a a successful successful dementia dementia treatment. treatment.

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Report: Los Angeles Clippers Set To Hire Ty Lue As Head Coach

PTI

00:12 sec | 3 months ago

Report: Los Angeles Clippers Set To Hire Ty Lue As Head Coach

"The clippers are reportedly hiring. Tai Lue to be their new head coach. He's had a good fit I. think it's a good fit. He was linked to just about every job in the NBA. He inherited Lebron. In Cleveland, now he gets Kawhi. Leonard not too

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"tai" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

Tai Asks Why

02:38 min | 3 months ago

"tai" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

"Allow Time My name is Desmond. . I'm someone who take my question is what is time? ? What is time time time time? ? Okay. . Now, , I'm going to put it the mathematicians way because it's easy and I like it that way. . Mathematically, speaking , a dimension is a point that you need to do to specify the location of something. . Let's say you just have your your normal grid right and let's say you WanNa plot something just on a to start a graph. . Cartesian graph way of the line with the numbers and the other line at the numbers. . Let's say you want to put something there. . You need to measurements how far up it is and how far to the right it is. . So that's the thing that is two dimensional because you need to have an x and a y the up and the right now in three dimensions. . Let's say the microphone I'm holding right now let's just say that that's the center I'm holding a pen directly behind the microphone, , right? ? So right now, the , pen needs three coordinates want to say how much upper down the pen is in terms of the microphone, , how much left or right it is from the microphone, , which in this case, , it's just at the center and how far you know the depth this is three dimensions. . Now. . Time is the fourth dimension and for some reason humans perceive it weird. . We can only go one way that's another topic but the idea is that time is the fourth dimension. . So now we need four dimensions. . Let's go to downtown buildings of Toronto. . Below these downtown buildings, there's , the path, , the massive underground network so you need to say how? ? Like, , you know how left and right it is like a regular graph. . If you see it from bird's eye view whether it's underground or overground in the path and what's important about time it's the fourth dimension. . You also need to say what time you can't really be like on days like, , Oh, , I'll pick you up I'll pick you up at. . Tomatoes Bistro and it's like what time? ? Okay. . Bye because you would just of go that one place in three dimensions and you'd have no idea what time to be there. . So that's why you need time as the fourth dimension to tell you when to be there. . It is the fourth necessary point in our four dimensional world to tell someone where to be. .

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What is time?

Tai Asks Why

02:38 min | 3 months ago

What is time?

"Allow Time My name is Desmond. I'm someone who take my question is what is time? What is time time time time? Okay. Now, I'm going to put it the mathematicians way because it's easy and I like it that way. Mathematically, speaking a dimension is a point that you need to do to specify the location of something. Let's say you just have your your normal grid right and let's say you WanNa plot something just on a to start a graph. Cartesian graph way of the line with the numbers and the other line at the numbers. Let's say you want to put something there. You need to measurements how far up it is and how far to the right it is. So that's the thing that is two dimensional because you need to have an x and a y the up and the right now in three dimensions. Let's say the microphone I'm holding right now let's just say that that's the center I'm holding a pen directly behind the microphone, right? So right now, the pen needs three coordinates want to say how much upper down the pen is in terms of the microphone, how much left or right it is from the microphone, which in this case, it's just at the center and how far you know the depth this is three dimensions. Now. Time is the fourth dimension and for some reason humans perceive it weird. We can only go one way that's another topic but the idea is that time is the fourth dimension. So now we need four dimensions. Let's go to downtown buildings of Toronto. Below these downtown buildings, there's the path, the massive underground network so you need to say how? Like, you know how left and right it is like a regular graph. If you see it from bird's eye view whether it's underground or overground in the path and what's important about time it's the fourth dimension. You also need to say what time you can't really be like on days like, Oh, I'll pick you up I'll pick you up at. Tomatoes Bistro and it's like what time? Okay. Bye because you would just of go that one place in three dimensions and you'd have no idea what time to be there. So that's why you need time as the fourth dimension to tell you when to be there. It is the fourth necessary point in our four dimensional world to tell someone where to be.

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When the dinosaurs died, how did other animals survive?

Tai Asks Why

05:23 min | 3 months ago

When the dinosaurs died, how did other animals survive?

"So. Qian. Yes. One the dinosaurs went kaput. Why do you think other animals did not capuchin? I think some of them. They just were able to survive like something could live underground in some survived. But the thing is like apparently birds survived do you think birches Kinda made it out by chance I? Think the birds can just go really far. They can go high up and they can go far away from the blast. Dinosaurs they go like. Doing Weird things that cannot explain to like words. Our and they can't. They can't go up they just to stay on ground and they don't really have any word wrong because it's like. Just imagine your dentist or close. Your. Eyes. And you just like. He see this big fiery explosion see trying to run away but the explosion, the dust. This puts too fast and you just. Being engulfed in China run but you can't you just you can't run but the birds are just up in the sky of an party. Beset. Really it to the birds just. Fly Away. From their troubles. Then when the asteroid hits dinosaurs are just stuck on the ground parish. This is the question that scientists have been trying to answer. In fact when I was first in college that was the question that got me interested in being a paleontologist, how do we explain what survives and what doesn't after this event? This is Julia Clarke. She's a paleontologist at the University of Texas at Austin. She studies the evolution of birds in how they're related to the dinosaur relatives that survived the asteroid. Strike? So. Can you tell me a little bit what the asteroids strike was like? I guess. It's exceptionally difficult for us to imagine some people have. Likened it to hundreds. Of nuclear warheads. Detonated at one time. You're GonNa have things like wildfires and soon, armies and kind of nearby the crater. And at a distance, you'll have a jacked up raining down. These are a little tiny pieces of liquidified rock that are spewed up into the atmosphere at some scale and come down. And even as far away as Europe. It's probably the closest thing we've had to a total apocalypse event, right? In the last sixty, six, million years. This is about the most devastating near instantaneous event that has impacted the globe. was the big shoes Nami waves, the massive wildfires, and then raining fire how could anything survive moose dinosaurs go extinct but one group of dinosaurs survives. So what we call like flying dinosaurs are birds, but it's only one group of those birds that makes it the boundary and those. Bird dinosaurs are relatives of lineages we have today. So my brother keen he thinks that the reason why birds survived was just because since they had wings, they could just soar through the air and just get the heck out of there. Is He right? You know your brother is maybe partially right that it's only flyers that survived, but it's only certain flyers. It's confusing. Why did some of these species go? Completely away, and then some of them persist some of the hypotheses we have is that it's related to how fast living birds grow. So living birds go from being little babies to being adults really rapidly. So because natural selection acts from one generation to the next, if you can reach adult size faster, you can start reproducing and giving rise to the next generation. Natural selection otherwise known as survival of the video. Is when animals that have hopeful traits are more likely to survive. So, they're more likely to reproduce. So they can pass these helpful traits onto their children. So by having a shorter lifespan, species can evolve quicker because they make small changes every time every new version, they make new versions faster evolving things like bigger wings or better breathing harder conditions or a better metabolism raft eat less it makes sense. It's a huge keates arrived the apocalypse but of course, there are other theories to. Other hypotheses have emphasized that dinosaurs that were nesting on the ground did not survive as well right as if you could lay eggs elsewhere. We also know living birds have higher metabolic rates that means they eat more food and they're more warm blooded like us.

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A Look At The Documentary  The Great American Lie

Morning Edition

07:04 min | 3 months ago

A Look At The Documentary The Great American Lie

"Edition on Edie. I'm Brian Watt from the pandemic to protest for police reform, systemic inequality has grown into a front and center issue in 2020. Recently released documentary film called The Great American Lie examines the roots of systemic inequality and some of the trauma that comes with it. It comes to us from filmmaker Jennifer Siebel Newsom, who many of us also know as the first partner of California, and it features Bay Area educator Ruby Dee Tai, who has been a public school principal in Oakland. And is now one in San Francisco. I got a chance to talk to both of them late last week as the film was just hitting digital platforms. First, I asked Jennifer Siebel Newsom. What her film is about The film really is about the fact that our country is in a crisis. The American dream is out of reach for a majority of Americans and social immobility in economic inequality is as bad as it was just before the Great Depression. And when you bring Koven 19 into that it's even worse. Ruby. Let me bring you into this conversation. In this film. We see the effects of trauma on an entire community, particularly on a growing population of immigrant Children, newly arrived What is the hardest part about having to fight for opportunities for these young people? Today? The film really highlights where we are in society where we live around how poverty is so really, violence is so real, especially are students who have come from other countries. Their experience. Getting here is it's traumatic in itself, right? And then they move into East Oakland, and they don't really recognize their own trauma. We have a school that's in the centre of East Oakland that is serving families that are in poverty and so with poverty comes experiences that we don't anticipate in everyday life, so the film highlights some of those experiences. Actually, Can we hear a clip from Ruby Dee tie from the film right now? Wei served a very high population of students who are in foster care. A lot of homeless families. My students come with no supplies. No backpack didn't eat. They come with that is in jail. My father was taken from our family and deported last night. Eliska. Lt's on a non of what they bring. And if they have a bad day, and they rolled their eyes then now you take it personally as an adult. I'm trying to imagine what all of that is like When you lay over it. The situation we are in with the pandemic. How challenging is that climate right now. It's extremely challenging, because now we're in not only an economic divide, but it's really brought to surface with the digital divide in our communities and with the fact that students are doing school at home, So when some student you know, may not have a death may not have their own bedroom may not have Internet access. So school districts, especially our San Francisco is rushing out trying To find resource is to get students Chromebooks to get hot spots and encompassed with all of that you have the stress of the parents who could have lost their job may not be getting unemployment because they have come to this country and they're not may not be documented. So they have lost all resource is and so that the stress of that as a parent on top of trying to make sure that your child is Joining that gym call, But maybe you have to go to work or you found another job. So you're not at home and now students, you know if you're 11 or 12 you rather you want to join a zoom or want to play a video game I need. You're still a child. So Our students are even in more needed. Jennifer Siebel Newsom you want in this film, not just to show how tough everything is, but also to provide a sense of hope. Where you finding hope For me. The hope lies in the fact that we see the humanity in each other. We closed the film with this concept that it is incumbent upon herself recognized that if there is somebody suffering or struggling or pour that perhaps that person doesn't have boots or boot straps with which to pull themselves up. And out of poverty. Perhaps that person wasn't born on first dates, but they were actually born outside of the ball park. Therefore, we have to emphasize and recognize that not only we failed that child or that individual, but we failed that entire communities, and I think there's a beautiful national conversation going on right now. It's certainly uncomfortable for a lot of people. It's a conversation about privilege. Ruby detail I I can't resist the chance to ask someone who has been an educator on both sides of the Bay East Oakland. And San Francisco unified about how this conversation sounds in those two different places in our region. You know, the interesting thing about education is it really puts a lot of responsibility on the leaders and I would say while in my time and open unified Think we had four different superintendent in an eight year period, so the conversation is always changing. Unfortunately, I think people and people, especially who get in the work of education, want to do better and want to do better for students who are economically disadvantaged and Students of color. I do believe that on both sides of the bay, especially in our country right now, I think the conversation is at the forefront The racism work that we have to do. As educators that is prevalent in San Francisco Unified that is something that is a district goal and mandate. Every single employee had to complete anti racist training the school year in the kickoff of distance learning, there's this idea that we talked about it a lot. But really, what does that mean? When it comes down to how We fund And how we create resource is for the highest need communities and or schools within a district I challenged. Our superintendent asked themselves and even the community members of district of parents of these districts. Would you send your child to that school? And if the answer is no. Then why does that school exists? Thanks to both of you for talking to us about this. Thanks for having us Thank you. That was very area School Principal Ruby Dee tie and filmmaker Jennifer Siebel Newsom talking about the documentary The Great American Lie Lie the the the films films films now now now available available available for for for streaming streaming streaming on on on Apple Apple Apple TV TV TV and and and Amazon Amazon Amazon Prime. Prime. Prime. You're You're You're

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Star Wars: Squadrons Review Round-Up

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:53 min | 4 months ago

Star Wars: Squadrons Review Round-Up

"Let's start with the Review Roundup for Star Wars squadrons right now are not right now I should say eight forty, one am Pacific Time. So about an hour and a half ago on Metacritic Star Wars squadrons was sitting in eighty one. Now there's a bunch of Asterix here. This is the pink version, and if you went there, there's only. There at the time was only like I would say less than ten reviews up because, of course, Star Wars squadrons, a multiplayer game and the multiplayer servers just going live tomorrow. There was a thing yesterday for press plane which we did. You can hear about on the games gas share a little bit about ear as well but lots of the reviews not posting but the ones that did very positive PC Gaber end gave it a ninety Ian Bordeaux says. But if star wars, squadrons had simply Ben Tie fighter with prettier skies to look at, it would have already been a winning proposition. What it is in fact is a great looking technically demanding starfighter Sim, that provides a dynamic new spin on space dogfighting without any of the usual monetary cruff that companies live service games. Today time will tell if truly has the depth and skill ceiling to give it give it staying power, but it's made a damn fine first impression. If you've ever wanted to become an ace x wing pilot or fondly remember your time in a dos based fighter cockpit star wars squadrons is a must play of twenty, four seven gave it. Four out of five stars, Alex Donaldson wrote, this is the triumph of squadrons. It's clearly lower budget title and easy as other. Star. Wars episode but it comes with a price to match. It has more strained tensions within that. It's still squeeze in as much detail as much fan service and simply put as much content as possible squadrons feels like more of the more than the sum of its parts more most importantly it does exactly what it set out to do, and it does it very well indeed, it's EA's smallest scale console stores title yet, but it's also it's best flea battles a little long and sometimes listless, but some will no doubt pine for. An some we'll find for a little bit more content. I personally would have really liked to see a twenty player or more death match mode, but it's nevertheless difficult to really criticize such a tightly wound complete package as such. It's an easy recommendation and then game informer gave an eight point two. Eight, point, two, five Asia Reiner over there says squadrons single player May fizzle out frequently like a malfunctioning hyper drive motivator but the multi-player continually impresses and is worth the price of entry alone flying in formation with a group of friends put a smile on my face and that was just the calm before the storm when the laser start flying squadrons, multi player can be nothing short. Of exhilarating and a great test of skill pushing players to be clever in the cockpit to out thinking outmaneuver opponents given just how enjoyable it is to pilot an x wing Tai fighter this is a multi player experience I will continue to go back to even if he doesn't support it with new content, it's just fun to play providing something different compared to most today's competitive games.

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Ask Tai Why: Where Do Freckles Come From?

Tai Asks Why

01:22 min | 4 months ago

Ask Tai Why: Where Do Freckles Come From?

"In. This age press to? How tasks now? I'm saying I shall make. How did I get them thinks How did you get your freckles guts a good one. So our skin has this stuff called melon and basically freckles are little. DOTS. Melanin. Melanin is this light absorbing pigment and helps protect the skin from the sun's harmful uv rays by the reflecting or absorbing and just dealing with this radiation. So. When you have a ten as just the Melanin acting up doing its thing to protect you from the Sun. Some people have more some people have less and that's how the body works. People who are Pale have less Melanin, and that's why they tend to burn instead a Tan. We have these skin cells called Melania sites, which is where Melanin is made. freckles happened when these melanoma sites, they just a little hyperactive and create these really concentrated clusters Melanin like a ten but just a single dot boop, she got them by being exposed to Sun it's opponent of your life and having particular millennia sites go a little overboard on the protection.

Whats the science behind bullying?

Tai Asks Why

06:29 min | 4 months ago

Whats the science behind bullying?

"Okay guys. I want to talk about bully. For. Me Back when I was in grade two, I was bullied. This one person made most of the air just miserable one day he just decided to torment me. Oh i. think he wanted to drive a wedge between me and a friend. The worst part was we used to be really good friends. We were like really really close and then he just. became. Randomly. evil. So. One day we were friends, and then the next day he just. Flip and he just came a jerk so. What's up with that? Like what do people just become bullies? And, it's not just me boiling is everywhere I looked into some of the statistics and it's not looking good for US guys. At least one in three students in Canada have reported being bullied recently and the rate of discrimination experienced by students who identifies lgbtq plus is three times higher than heterosexual students and girls are more likely to be bullied on the Internet them boys. So, put that guys. and. The worst part is that this stuff doesn't end as you grow up. Forty percent of Canadian workers experienced bullying on a weekly basis. But why like? Why are these numbers so hot? Is there some sort of evolutionary societal biological purpose to it? Is it something in our brains something that we've been born with. What is the scientific reason for bullying? I'm Kai. This is my podcast I asked why there are just so many good questions other than you. Really WanNA. Get Answer. What is deja-vu? How'd you songs get stuck in your head? Water animals. Sing. The dinosaurs died how did other animal survive? Why Space Dark? And what is the science of bullying? So I'm assuming all of you've been bullied at least once in your life. Yes sir. These are my friends. Piper Fin Cayden and Zoe were all kids here and we all have dealt with it at some point in our lives. For. Me Oftentimes, I feel like my friends needed knee for their entertainment. It would be weird because if they would be like teasing me or something and I would be like Oh. But these are my friends. These are Nice people why are they? Bullying me. For me. It's sort of something that I'm like currently experiencing is just someone at my school in my class who like they'll just jokingly show me and I think they take it too far. Sometimes, they just don't really know when to stop I. Just think like for me there is just like the little things that kind of like build up like there's this one person who Kana criticizes me like about. Maybe my grades or something like that and say that I'm not doing well, just like making up stuff which I think is very nice. Young guys. It's not a good feeling at all. It sucks you know and really bad blink can actually affect your life for a really longtime i. took a listen through some recent CBC stores on bullying and made me really really sad to hear from grownups who are still haunted by these heroin blink experiences that they had when they were young. I was a small kid. And being a small kid I was. Bullied a lot I was an easy target. I. Constantly get pushed around punched kicked bookstore on the hallway floor. I changed schools a couple of times about bullying followed me and I dropped out screwy sixty years old. But three of them after school would pin me down on the ground and push me down and hit me and kick me. I really became a shell of who I probably could have been. I was quite an emotional rack. I think it's something you just never really recover from. So I, think you know in a way we're playing with fire when we think that this is just something that everybody goes through or many people go through and there are consequences. If bullying is so painful and so hurtful for so many people why would anybody ever do it ever? Found? Someone why Could help me get to the bottom of this. Alot. This is Tony Vote. In the Department of Child, new studies at Brock University. He's a developmental psychologist. He spent a lot of time studying bullying his approach is multidisciplinary. So he thinks about it from an evolutionary biological and historical perspective. Even as his own laboratory studies it. So I am here to figure out what he's learned. So. What got you interested in bullying I was fully PRETTY UNORIGINAL I know. It's it's good motivation. Alone. Bullying is probably ubiquitous amongst life itself. I mean, you need that the pecking order and checking. The dominance hierarchy in wolves. Chimpanzees. Could also probably by many definitions seat amongst trees that compete with each other. Hold up hold up. So even trees are blowing. Each other is nothing sacred people. Some Bushes will inject toxins into more developing species beside them. So the strategy of being. To weaker individuals is for better for worse part of evolutionary strategy in general.

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"tai" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

Tai Asks Why

02:40 min | 4 months ago

"tai" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

"Think if it is a bunch of. . It is probably a bunch of women, , MOMS and aunts on the island of England. . That's probably the people who invented the English language and they were called angles. . So they didn't even call English. . They called it anguish. . My Name's Tom Howell and I used to write the Oxford Dictionary <hes> encounter and I wrote a book called the Rude Story of English and it is a history of some dudes and some woman thousand five hundred years ago trying to invent the language. . So in a sense when you learned English. . From the older people in your family. . They are inventing English in a way because that is going to be a bit different. . From the English that their grandparents spoke and then their great grandparents spoke and so on and so on and so on. . Until when you go back far enough, , it would be very difficult for us now to understand like great. . Great. . Great. . Great. . Great. . Great great grandparents, , saints which other think of how friend and neighbor are spell differently neighbors eat before I, , friend is I before e friend came from one place where they said free owned once upon a time and neighbor came from another place where they were saying. . It was actually called a near Ghabbour. . You know has GM neighbor Mrs Weird thing we don't pronounce it now. . It's just people stop pronouncing it properly but. . Once upon a time, , they would've been like, , no, , it's wrong to say neighbor without Jeanette they would have been like the correct way to say that is Nia Gabor because it was a boor who lived near you. . So generations go by people make mistakes people say things a bit differently. . People put on funny voices. . Things Change. . Now we say neighbor instead of new? ? Kabar I guess it is. . The English is so complicated because it comes from all around the world. . Yeah. . What recalled English today like if you look up a word on the Internet to find out where it came from could come from anywhere. . Like bungalow comes from India but you know even if you went back all the way to what the angles were saying, , their language also came from all around the world like their language came from. . Iraq and India and Russia and all kinds of weird places like people have been talking to each other for at least one, , hundred, , thousand years. . So all of us, , any point in history might say who invented our language and the odds would almost be some not dudes some arts and mother's thousand, , five, , hundred years ago. . kind of doesn't matter where you are. . That's always kind of be the answer. .

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What are the origins of English

Tai Asks Why

02:40 min | 4 months ago

What are the origins of English

"Think if it is a bunch of. It is probably a bunch of women, MOMS and aunts on the island of England. That's probably the people who invented the English language and they were called angles. So they didn't even call English. They called it anguish. My Name's Tom Howell and I used to write the Oxford Dictionary encounter and I wrote a book called the Rude Story of English and it is a history of some dudes and some woman thousand five hundred years ago trying to invent the language. So in a sense when you learned English. From the older people in your family. They are inventing English in a way because that is going to be a bit different. From the English that their grandparents spoke and then their great grandparents spoke and so on and so on and so on. Until when you go back far enough, it would be very difficult for us now to understand like great. Great. Great. Great. Great. Great great grandparents, saints which other think of how friend and neighbor are spell differently neighbors eat before I, friend is I before e friend came from one place where they said free owned once upon a time and neighbor came from another place where they were saying. It was actually called a near Ghabbour. You know has GM neighbor Mrs Weird thing we don't pronounce it now. It's just people stop pronouncing it properly but. Once upon a time, they would've been like, no, it's wrong to say neighbor without Jeanette they would have been like the correct way to say that is Nia Gabor because it was a boor who lived near you. So generations go by people make mistakes people say things a bit differently. People put on funny voices. Things Change. Now we say neighbor instead of new? Kabar I guess it is. The English is so complicated because it comes from all around the world. Yeah. What recalled English today like if you look up a word on the Internet to find out where it came from could come from anywhere. Like bungalow comes from India but you know even if you went back all the way to what the angles were saying, their language also came from all around the world like their language came from. Iraq and India and Russia and all kinds of weird places like people have been talking to each other for at least one, hundred, thousand years. So all of us, any point in history might say who invented our language and the odds would almost be some not dudes some arts and mother's thousand, five, hundred years ago. kind of doesn't matter where you are. That's always kind of be the answer.

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03:12 min | 4 months ago

"tai" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

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The Tai Lopez Show

02:17 min | 10 months ago

"tai" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"Is placement after they pay you money. How do you place and deliver your product in their hand? Okay now what time do I have? What time did I start? Twenty five minutes because each of these is eighty hour. Talk how to do. But I'll just give you one point on each of this specific to shrinking your problem number one. Just ask yourself legit really by this. If you didn't love yourself right down that exact question. Would you really buy this if you didn't love yourself? Because most entrepreneurs love themselves and they love their product so they can't fathom that no one else will the guy who started Fubu Daymond John. He had a great little test and he said when he had a T. Shirt brand he went out and he went to the Baseball Stadium in New York. And when the game get let out. He went and sold this shirts cold market. Walk Up to people that tells the truth because it's not selling. Most people sell to their friends and friends of friends and warm traffic when you convert cold traffic that's product but if you can't imagine I got a few little tests said I wish I had more time but though I called the one million person test doesn't mean you have to have one million customers don't launch businesses that you couldn't see a million people from globally. I'm not saying you have to have a million customers. This start or even ever hit but if your best product is a course on underwater basket weaving the total world known world interested in underwater. Basket weaving is four hundred people and you never get more than even McDonalds only has about ten percent market share in the fast food business. Mcdonald's you can't get dominant shares in markets very easily anymore. Unless you're Goule buber things like that. Have a massive network affect those are harder to do. Most people here are GONNA DO BUSINESSES. That you're you're knocking bill to get fifty percent market. Share you're GONNA be able to get one percent. So if the total marketplace's a million bucks and you get one percent making ten thousand bucks a year..

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The Tai Lopez Show

01:53 min | 10 months ago

"tai" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"When I say to them you know I read a book day on what you said. Remind everyone of them goes Kobe Bryant the last one I wrote. We're back in a locker room. Here's a real good and he starts telling me about the book readings arena. Jk rollings any idea. What do you like about the book? Kobe and he talks and talks and talks and then he starts telling me other stuff. Real recognize real. He's a smart. Do so when you talk about books you know. Most people do commandment autograph. He's not an autograph seeker. So when you're an autograph seeker you're different and real wants to be with real and like wants to be with light. Come in there something impressive about you. I wrote a book like I was talking to more here. I wrote a book. You you could say you wrote. A book used to be shy. Gobi wrote a book on boldness. I learned a few tips from you. Kobe will pay attention to you along multiple do the same thing real recognize real and then the second thing is you got to you have to read. People people are very different. There's some people you WanNa look straight nigh so I have this system which I don't have time to talk about but the people pick is for practical as for action for Social E is emotional. Eli Moscow I already know going in that. He's an e I've watched you to view that can read him very. It's not that hard. An emotional person is fear based a new person. Walking up to them elicits so your main focus is reading and adjusting and eliminating the fear. The best way is not bum rushing him now on the flip side Kobe. Bryant is an a action and action? People have pride so the first thing I said to coby and I practiced it and the third thing you have to train. I walked up.

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The Tai Lopez Show

01:42 min | 10 months ago

"tai" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"Remember that Jim of knowledge. I remember you know when the war of eighteen twelve. I remember that civil war was four years all that but I don't know how to make money and I didn't say like that and I'll never forget. They all looked at me and laughed into go. You'll always be poor and just started laughing and right than I you know. I don't cry much in life very rarely that was about closest. I ever got to breaking down and but then I resolved to myself and I said no one ever laugh at me again when it comes to the subject of money a few years later I went out and I got a c. a. p. and Iran Ah Money Management Company never again. Do I meet people that intimidate me? So them destroying me. And wrecking me is what it took to break my mind out of the pride that we have. And so when you look for mentors. Imagine there's a barometer or air conditioning little box and that box show you what. The normal temperature of the room is seventy two or whatever you need be around people that have that thing said at ninety eight and you walk in the room and you're sweating but eventually it becomes normal. I like to do things that push me. You know what I think is normal and when you do that all of a sudden and everything becomes easier like sometimes on my com building a team and then I think we'll Bill Gates has one hundred thousand employees. They reset my mom. That's not that hard. We are trying to raise capital for the business. They have this. Travis guy who started evolving. He's raised eight billion dollars..

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The Tai Lopez Show

02:27 min | 10 months ago

"tai" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"I asked him what he's doing he goes. I'm solving a problem. He likes to drive from San Francisco. I say why goes eight six hours to think on one problem? I always one problem six hours to la six hours back. You can find people with raw talent who can focus if they're super spacey. Be careful unless you really WANNA be. Somebody's MOM and dad. The second thing on the four is adaptability by the way these are the first three sixty seven steps. That's where I got. The second one's adaptability some people even when you show them that you're right they just don't change. Whoever had somebody like that? No like you're like. Oh you see this. It didn't work. Let's not do it again. No I'm just kind of that person. I had a guy in my training program. I called the business bodyguard. And is dude. I have taught poker guy come train me once or twice a week because I play poker anyway. I turn the camera on online pogo bringing the best poker trainers get paid to do what I lake. One of my trainees was there and he had a pair of sevens here play Poker Para Sevens and he folded before the flop and poker trainer said to him. I think he was right. After the big blind there was only three of us playing the poker dealer who's also trained the top poker players in the world. Said you shouldn't have fold. You have a fifty one percent chance of winning and this is what the Guy Wanna reach over to table and smack him in the head by. Hr person like this. He goes yeah. You're probably right but I usually folded pair of sevens said it's Mac more on he just showed you to them a vested interest in it. He's here to teach us not tricking us. He's not playing against us. I never liked that guy. He was out higher. Nobody gets the best poker trainer in the argue with them over. Statistics statistics statistics. The third thing I look for so look for people that when you show them the obvious truth they go change on a dime and I try to put myself through this standard. I went to Oscars this year. Pretty cool and having a whole Tuxedo Juan and it was crazy day because I had lunch with Tommy Hill. Tommy Hilfiger and.

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The Tai Lopez Show

01:59 min | 10 months ago

"tai" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"Pretty good doing pretty good. Get this interview going so big question. I've seen videos and there was a time in your life where you weren't doing so hot. What was the thought? What was the lesson? What was the moment where you decided to change your life? When was the moment where you had that breakthrough idea that show Turkey from the couch to what you're doing now on my thought was is this all life has and that's I read Hugh Hefner book recently not that Hugh Hefner is the ideal role model to some guys? He is not but he was on. He was on a bridge at twenty eight years old and he said is this. All life has for me. He didn't like his life two weeks later. He launched the first issue of playboy was an instant hit. So I think that's a good one to have awesome awesome so here in my garage. Yes how did that start? What was inspiration behind? What was the plan? What did you go in your garage and film the video or what happened so I gave you guys. The Bonus Framework. Get paid to do what you were going to do anyway. I was already walking out to the garage literally and I was like mild. Turn on a camera and you own a funny story about that so my friend was in town a few days before. I haven't told many people. This story and this is last. January friend was visiting the same. I was telling you that he's on my snapchat. If you check out my snapchat I won't do. I don't like to give them any call to actions at because I don't want to take away from this one but I fought to it's tied Lopez and the number one. If you don't have snapchat you are behind the curve and other people are seeing around corners. Don't ever box yourself in and say I'm too old for that. If your biggest problem is figuring out snapchat you'll never make any money because as you get paid in proportion to the difficulty of problem you saw can't figure out a free APP that eight-year-olds figure out you're done okay. So my friend was in town and he said he has a company's doing over two hundred million dollars in revenue. He raised.

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The Tai Lopez Show

03:13 min | 1 year ago

"tai" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"Next time you see your a-list celebrities say Yo show me the damn people you brought out of poverty the real thing show me the thing because we verify people's tax returns we look at their banks it shocked me the people I like this guy always tend to read your hair think think why do you think I'm doing this do you think if I'm making millions a month would you go oh he's making me why would I do this do you think you have to deal with people like you know it's because one of the best parts of my life is literally walking down the street and somebody comes up goes do you change my life like the guy that's on my instagram I just posted a few hours ago or less than twenty four hours ago that's a cool part of life so I like that you're right I could just be like most entrepreneurs it's funny the most famous people in the world I'm not GonNa name any names what have they ever done for you think about that maybe they make music that makes you feel good for a few minutes when you listen to it but does it really help your life are you still living in a crappy apartments still struggling with a crappy job yeah so where's the celebrities I'm not saying I'm a celebrity I'm just saying where's the celebrities that actually help I see a lot of them on twitter talking about politics and they're movie stars how do they really help they help people for two hours and most movies are junk so I'm going most entrepreneurs people love a lot of these people on the Forbes list whatever they ever done for you you gotta ask yourself that I got real thousands and tens of thousands of people with real rags to riches stories in fact I'm starting to send out film crews take me to your house where you used to live now take me you know one of the first guys in my three hundred groups from the ghetto I think he's Kogyo Bad Chicago got rough parts yes what he just bought a well he's now doing a million dollars a month with the female clothing line and Netting one hundred thousand dollars a month so show me those stories next let me see your a-list celebrities say Yo show me the damn people you brought out poverty the real thing show me the thing because we verify people's tax returns we look at their bank statement show me the people come on show me the people so I'm not on here I'm on here trying to push people in a direction that I wish somebody had pushed me into so it's more than me trying to make money up here honestly it's no skin off my back if no people go into three hundred group honestly it's not a big part of my income F- Manasseh Tom Putting Downtown K.. Coming to your house I'll go yeah we some once in a while we do a ten K. thing that's a more intensive thing so my niece I'm not at my house right now but I'm not sure when you're coming advice for teens stop thinking about you the age age is relevant you don't know when you'll die so you

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Tai Asks Why

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"tai" Discussed on Tai Asks Why

"High high contract to play the message press two hi past Charlotte. I'm calling from Toronto Ontario and my question is what is fear and why are we born with it. So what is fear fear May sock but back when we were cavemen people can help to survive you know 'cause without fear. You really like be worried about the consequences of your actions actions imagine. If it's just like Oh look a barrel with fear he'd be like. Oh my God what's a bear in the studio well and without very big ooh who of quasi thing that could do that just ate a person. Let's give it a hog. You know fear helps. Keep us in line so we don't try to challenge orange. Anything in the wilderness that could seriously harm us or even kill us and fear also hopes trigger. Our instincts stinks being chased by bird helps. You be like you know what I'm being chased by a bear. Let's run a little bit faster dies. You know we actually have a lot of centralized parts of our brain. said help us do these exact type things will breathe faster with Swat Samore. We'll get more adrenaline adrenaline something. We like. I'm Komo pumped up like I said before no fear nothing really to hold you back and it's actually pretty cool. It's quite helpful and it helps us not do dumb stuff.

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The Tai Lopez Show

02:58 min | 2 years ago

"tai" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"The coming crash. You know, nothing. Let me show you what? Coming crash means. Let me show you how capitalism works then may just show you because nomad black. This dude is you are good point is not cone Kodak black nomad black. Okay. I liked your name. You'll wanna be rapper. All right. No, mad black less. Learn what's the coming crash. Then we'll tell you what's gonna come for the rest of your life. I don't know. How old you are? You maybe four years old by your brain power. This is how it's going to go forever. This is the nature of the capitalistic beast. You have a trough a bottom. Some call it a recessionary period. Followed by a period of expansion followed by a bubble notice. How this looks like a bubble at the top. You know, the little bubbles you make. That's it. And then here's what happens when it's in a trough assets are valued very low. So more people move money into those assets. Which? Creates an expansionary period. Then all the dumb people like nomad black come into this right here. And they put the money in when it's too late and you by nomad black. Right here because you never been trained. I'm not even mad at you. You just. Never be mad. It's like being mad at handicapped person. You ain't gonna be mad at handicapped person, they're handicapped like, I don't know. I'm not saying you're handicapped, you're mentally held back, my friend. You're mentally held back. You don't understand? There is no there is always recessions coming always just get in fact about every seven to ten years they happen. One happened in two thousand one what happened in two thousand eight we're due for one. It's two thousand eighteen you make more money at the bottom who fears the bottom fools that have been educated by nomad Black's lyrics. I hope you got a song. Dude, your song will be called by by high sell low. You play the fear game. You want this to happen? If you're ruthless. You want this to happen? If you're ruthless. You want this to happen? I'm not ruthless. So I never hope they'll. A recession. But when it comes you gotta do what you gotta do. So right here. This thing happens. This is this will happen forever. And let me tell you what the media does because the media is full of fools with pins or keyboards. They can sell a lot of eyeballs here because they go. Oh, the world will never remember two thousand eight oh, everything's bad. I remember in California tie. Unemployment's at nine percent whoop. De do. Normal unemployment should be at five to six percent because it means people are switching jobs. So it's three percent higher the sky's falling out of three hundred fifty million people..

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The Tai Lopez Show

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"tai" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"Thinking about your age age is relevant. You don't know when you'll die. So you could be eighteen years old and this allows day of your life. You're pretty damn old. And you could be fifty thinking you're too old. But you might have forty years left fifty years left. What if the three hundred dollars isn't worth a damn, oh, what if those three hundred ain't worth of jammed? You kick them out of the program. Remember joined the three hundred program doesn't mean you graduated not everybody who joins graduate. So I will do my best that people who graduate or going to be the bad asses. The crash will stunned so many of these internet gurus. Well, I've been through three crashes I want through the tooth. I started as entrepreneurs, and I was a teenager. I've been to the two thousand one my income doubled the year that was the biggest crash two thousand eight biggest second base crashed my income doubled. You have to learn I'm show you guys how to setup businesses that move invert. It's called inverse correlation. You want businesses that move opposite of the economy? I'll give you an example, a good business to have. Would be we'll think of one classic example, if you own departments in two thousand eight you didn't lose that much money because people had to live somewhere. They just couldn't afford to own a home. So they rented a home. That's another thing you have to learn. How can you learn to have things that do the opposite? You know? So for me, it's not so much about. I don't worry about things like that. I have worries but don't you you read too much news, this nomad black guy this dude reading the news man, you're learning from journalists that don't even to make fifty grand. What do you mean? The coming crash. How would you feel a year from now if your hair line is continuing to recede like it is now? Well, first off it's not it's my forehead that is protruding. Let's get that straight in case. If you the lovely ladies don't want is your nightmare. Waking up on a bald spot has popped up or you look and you're like, wait. Now, do you think most guys turned a weird solutions or nothing when they can turn to medicine science? What do you think the average balden guide? Does I think he spends a lot of money trying to fix it? A lot of money. Do you think it works in general? No, so one of my sponsors..

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The Tai Lopez Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"tai" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"Are you still living in a crappy apartment still struggling with a crappy job? Yeah. So where's the celebrities? I'm not saying I'm a celebrity. I'm just saying, where's the celebrities that actually help I see a lot of them on Twitter talking about politics, and they're movie stars. How do they really help? They help people for two hours and most movies are junk. So I'm going what about most entrepreneurs people love a lot of these people on the Forbes list, what of them for ever done for you. You gotta ask yourself that. I got real thousands, and tens of thousands of people with real rags to riches stories. In fact, I'm starting to send out film, crews take me to your house where you used to live. Now, take me, you know, one of the first guys three hundred groups from the ghetto. I think he's Chicago bad Chicago got rough parts. Yes. What? He just bought a well, he's now doing a million dollars a month with the female clothing line and netting one hundred thousand dollars a month. So show me those stories next time, you see your A-List celebrities say yo show me the damn people. You brought out of poverty. The real thing show me the thing because we verify people's tax returns. We look at their Bank statement show me the people come on show me the people. So I'm not on here. I'm on here. Trying to push people in direction that I wish somebody had pushed me into. So it's more than meat is trying to make money up here. Honestly, it's no skin off my back. If no people go in the three hundred group, honestly, it's not a big part of my income. Manasa Tom putting down ten K come into your house. Yeah, we have some once in a while. We do a ten K thing. That's a more intensive thing. So my niece, I'm not at my house right now. But I'm not sure when you're coming advice for teens. Stop.

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