27 Burst results for "Tabet"
"tabet" Discussed on The big d zone
"Oh i forgot to let you know. I am finally finally in a hotel room finally. So here's what happened. Okay so oh. I got my bag. I got my bag. So that tabet clues no problem. I had my bag okay. And so now. I had to give my paper for the the two cruisers and also my tested. I took before i left on. I'm glad i did. Because oh my god i mean. Those flights wasted me I was i think pta. I was a yeah. I know i've been watching too much. Playing videos but I liked the core of the hotel. The only thing is there's window but the soundproof. Because there's the airport but that you look out the window it's almost like the inside happen at a on a cruise ship but i got the osha view just because i need light but then again. I'm tired. I'm going to be putting together to show from today. Which was all day affair and then i got to get the paperwork for monday so nice. I really liked the room. Hopefully i could get a Hopefully i can get a video tour bloom before i leave up outta here on monday then sunday night. I just don't like the way and one of the way at the window that joe open up a psych something to stop the way to get to the window but it's hard to explain but But the staff with neck. I'll just kinda confu- because i was tired because they at first. They said that they had to room. Ready for me. Because i've already paid to booking dot com. And then. I said that they said i had to wait. Twenty minutes and then i was told the way to for somebody to which they did. They help me up. Because i was like i said i would light okay. I was like that guy. That was drunk at a laundry room at the apartment and i drink juice older. That's all the joy you kidding. Me do the older and a stay wasted me. I mean it was like from the time alarm was pulled until my flight and then the time that it was all laid now thankfully thankfully i had no kids on the flight thankfully thank god thank god thank god thank god thank god plus. The last flight will seventeen people counting. Yeah i kid you not seventy people counting and so. I looked exhausted. I would like literally out of it but he is sting. The flight was late leaving this time because the pilot was late saturday. If a saturday now. I could see being laid tuna weekday the weekend tafiq weekday.
"tabet" Discussed on The Wisdom Podcast
"Quickly but it even it may be even more importantly stabilize the rick bar to some degree because of that practice In mind is that basically what you're saying yes exactly and so now. Many teachers can teach or teachers. Normally the way your was your digital goon through then you did What kim then you dish amata afternoon Now they're recognizing that we're not crazy minds. You can't even do mondro Distractions you know. The mind isn't settle and so therefore now they're teaching Shanta then you do one draw than you more shelter you know and then you go up. From that list mahmoud reproaches. Like that was the thing is to do a lot of Chamois function of fees to get the mind will trade then from that. You can go imagine that they had known that trinity so they had no radios no telephones no television. Nothing they have no real traffic so going for one place to another would take weeks months and Anything known newspapers no magazines novels. Snow anything that minds with very very empty really not much going on in net. Nothing much changed. The culture of thousand years ago is pretty much. Take culture at the time to chinese turned up Everything was very very very quiet and not much happening within that of course then minds also with much more. Ntn open so it was very easy for them to children. Up your Canvas right you could send it up with these elaborate. Visualizations you know being bombs in foreheads. Easy you got lots of room you could own this very complicated philosophical reasonings this so much storage space and also she sits and do you know open conspicious. I mean to bed. Just going to tabet. Change the mind because of that loss space. And so you know. All these practices made sense when you were in tibet. It was just part of who you were but in a modern world..
"tabet" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"You guys just let say nobody stops me out you just keep it going. Best best of luck. Aj hope she comes back. My hope is that we get more cream. still able. he's great in this like what he does in. This show is just wonder if he's great. He's great i love them. I don't know what i'm supposed to think. Belief about him. And i think the creators of the show all know either. Yes but Good good fun so far. Give them more more time. We're sports on them. Take away from leeann rosemary. And a fog green all. That's a win for. All of us hopes nothing shows miserable. And it's just a march into internal death valley. Gallon is back to be like you cross the line. How dare you al capone tax evasion. Actually al capone and didn't happen yet so wouldn't be that. How dare you mess with the texts. You don't you. Don't mess with them saying around. I don't know if it was. Maybe i don't know any of our texan audience. Made can tell. I'm sure they will know it's time with guys. We did it smolder. No no zero. Watch no no shepherd's pie. no no it's triple triple. Are we just pocket. watch are still doing that Yeah every episode says around we committed to it. The punk powell's killed pockets. They buried him out in the sawmill. Never what. I hope pockets comes back next week. Zombie pocket get zombie pockets. I saw them lost zombie pocket lips. That would be a better name. Yeah you say pocket. Lips like the zombie assam. Yeah zombie pocket lips. It's still we've been we've been really around the fray this episode all right. What's calling my heart. Email is hello hallmark dot com to get your email rarely we have the bianca boyce bianca high heard you needed more content for what's calling my heart always finally firstly bt 's has been calling my heart these days from two thousand thirteen. When i was fifteen years old so this is a twenty three year old. Oh thank you for helping. Pay 'cause we can't reach your granddad to now i've grown up with them and so great to see them become so happy and says successful yes because of them. I worked harder to learn korean. Wow learn how to animate music video first plane to see them in concert back in two thousand nineteen never once offered to make us an animated music video. I've got news for you. It looks like it's a it's an animated painting. And i will we see here. Yeah i've not clicked fully yet so this could be more thrilled. Secondly the thought of you three sitting around the table and reviewing another episode. When calls the heart week after week after week. Like i truly don't know how you guys do it. I'd go into a few state anytime. I sit down and watch an episode. Same bianca Honestly if you gave the series and acted as if it never happened. I wouldn't blame you because your continued to sacrifice your sanity for our entertainment. I made you a gift. It's attached to this email. And i hope you like it. Thank you you too. And i wished for you success in everything you do moving forward. Ps loved the bits adore the bits and willing to actively and aggressively defend the bits. If you ever need me you're hired. Janka that's i'm talking about. We got we. This is fantastic. Got it is great. Let's see can you show us. I've been waiting for a decade. Oh my goodness is awesome. So great we're going to have to put it on the facebook page. I'd do it on my gosh. that's phenomenon that is unbelievable. Go to the cam is delayed and we'll get to it in the second. I promised we will. We're just gonna wait. It is just absolutely all here. He comes good stuff. We're going to sit here the whole time so this is going to stay underscore go closer. You're going to have to go closer. We don't know yet because should've started closer. I mean that's as good as it's gonna get. Just get back over here. Just put it on the socials. The this is amazing. If you're allowed to use your artwork on our socials we will one hundred percent. Put that up because that is wonderful as awesome. You nailed so cool. I can't believe it took us this long to read this. She actually emailed this august twenty. Second so maybe we should open these. I don't like to open them. Because i want to surprise. Wouldn't surprise tabet tabet them a little bit because sometimes we're out here you guys we did. We'll see you tomorrow at bramble says you can still buy virtual ticket to come on. Come on join us. Virtually it's gonna be great until then maybe we'd be the. I wish you mary chris. Homework bram jam. Podcast is presented by filo. Tv's produced by brandon. Graham recorded live in. Yeah that greenville. South carolina set decor is by plum at haywood mall for more information on the homework. You can go to the hallmark dot com for more information on bramble. Jim podcast network. You can go to rambam. Podcast.
"tabet" Discussed on Fear And Greed
"Welcome to fear and greed the sunday edition. It's the twelfth of september twenty. Twenty one in. I'm sean i. Oh mom is sunday show where we have a bit of a change of pace and we look at some of our favorite stories from the week as always. I'm joined by the fear and grade team at lang aka. A danske is the head of operations at fearing green a passionate man certainly about tax reform and streamlining of government in australia stuff like that. We don't really talk about that anymore. Adam good morning. Good morning shawn michael thompson. Mickey is our fearing great producer. He's had a bit of a bad week this morning. Michael you icai a hello shown. Yes yes i have had a bit of a bad wake overall. And i'm sorry no less than a minute into the podcast. But i'm going to hijack it because i have figured out why this way has gained so ordinary you know when you finish a really good book finished a tv series and you left with a bit of a bit of a hull. This week we've finished shits creek. And after six seasons i feel a little bit despondent and on probably talking to the wrong person showing because i know that this is a source of Advice for you because you and your partner would watching it together and then shaven off and watched it with achy. Cheated word shaded always trying to tip toe around that a tiptoe somewhat in delicately considering brought it up but i've kinda diagnosed the the issue so now i'm on the hunt for a new nativity shy new book something to to fill the gap left by bus shits creek. But before i get your your suggestions cannot give a very quick shoutout to some of the listeners. Who obtained leaving us reviews on apple podcasts. Place this is pretty good. We love to say these because this one in particular is from ricky on the gold coast a. He left this review on apple podcasts. He gave us five stars. I've got one or two very small issues with the review. The ricky has left. And i know i should be grateful. But i'm going to nitpick at sarajevo's five stars and says he listens first thing every morning sofa. Good but then he says i never miss it. It's my go-to listen in the gym. So i just have this image. Now of ricky kind of bench pressing whites and struggling under the bob. Because he's got sean droning in his ear with all the bad news about covert making him angry. Ricky's probably have one hundred. Fifty case based pricing is probably a massive man. Now he started about fifty east probably tabet one hundred fifty because he's angry battle the news coming out all the time back. Cove it or something. Because you're fueling his rage that quainton. You probably not having as much anger bat cupboard. While he also says saturday morning show always entertaining. Now i'm assuming that he's actually referring to the sunday show with with me and adam because saturday morning show is just about fifteen minutes of of you sean on your own so i wanna laugh. I'm assuming that's an era. And so i'll. I'll rock back to ricky him and give him an off virginity to correct that well gotta say. I've had a bit of a tough way to mostly..
"tabet" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"At stanford university and the slag national excavated laugh. He switched focus on actuators and x ray free electron lasers that themselves. I talked to have to have here. Yes thanks for doing this. so couple of technical papers. You wanted to get do but before we do that. I will serve sector convicts for conversation we're gonna talk about excellent leases. But i want to be one time. Tabet agla all the way back to rays so xrays tabitha's for about two hundred hundred twenty years now. More than one hundred years i believe started at from rankin. Right right right and so So you look at the last hundred years and if you take us through from the from the x ray invention to what we are currently doing And the connection to the x rays electron laser. What what have been the biggest step function changes during the last couple of years in this field. Okay you can't try to give my perspective's of course is sink. x-ray was discovered in eighty nine hundred ninety five by franken and Was the humidity or sensation Because the he shined on his wife's a finger we had rain. Which is you know. One of the first images When when you talk box that's one of the first images of people pops up immediately find the medical application but also scientific obligations Third not not law for that There is a work by Brac of a father and the son brax. I'm bracknell and the work by law. We are understanding. what happened. If you shying x-rays on crystals which gave you gave the name the field actually x ray diffraction. I'm talking about scientific not will not emphasize on the medical field. Which i think as you know you go to your dentist. You need to get x-rays on the on the scientific side. So the x ray source has always been the so called x. Ray cues aware similar to us in donkeys. Office that has been saying with us A state of art x ray source for probably fifty years. You know my you know. My number may not be exact But that also if you the the other in terms of x ray diffraction another famous picture. He's the one took by rosa rosal in frankfurt on the daily double helix structure and That was actually taken. I forgot the exact he year but safety. I think guys wrong time and Dow was taken was actually cube in the lab but from there Watson under creek deduce the x-ray You know the from the x. Richter deduce the dna double helix structure. you know. Of course that was one of the biggest discovery of the twentieth century and interpret. Yeah so people definitely realize x ray diffraction very useful tour for understanding atomic on the modern structures So there are also also need to have better access resources. I think in terms of actually source development The next major milestone. I will say a discovery of a synchrotron radiation Where basically people find though when the when especially using particle accelerator They accelerate on store say electron. Beam either relativistic energy. Those the electron beam. When they're being bandied in a circle trajectory they geek yield radiation relation to synchrotron radiation And stat. Was initially. I saw justify product of the high energy accelerator but he winter people find the in the south out..
"tabet" Discussed on Conversations
"A mongolia so these places are strategically important. And with tabet there's been periods where they had wars with tibetan kings and there were periods where they tried to woo tibetan kings with diplomacy including. Oh here's the princess bride so the whole history of china's relations with its borders is one of trying to secure them by whatever means possible. The other subject of this language of unity is the island of taiwan and chinese leaders. Today we got they white say that taiwan is definitely part of china despite all the mounting evidence that taiwan wants to have nothing to do politically with mainland. China does not want the mainland control. Them one little bit. They've got their own hard-won democracy and prosperity there. And when you look at the whole prospect of mainland china taking over taiwan by whatever means you can just see nothing but problems arising for china from that action international economic sanctions. You can say. Patch even military action against the. I can see nothing. But downsides really to china wanting to take over taiwan and yet xi jinping talks about it so what is the in china's history that makes the prospect of reunification with taiwan so attractive despite all these problems and it goes back to that whole thing about unity. The person who unified china is great. They go down in history. Chinchar tyrant short unified china. He makes him a great leader problematic one but a great one. It's very much valorize in historiographer. This notion but in the case of taiwan it very much about the politics of the twentieth century because ton one was not part of china until the ching dynasty. It was an island that was occupied by its indigenous people and other people who just fishermen stuff who settled there and then the big massive Han who came there basically push them up the mountain..
"tabet" Discussed on Everyday Buddhism: Making Everyday Better
"I'm a lawyer and i realized you know why they call it practice. I had a friend who who got a medical degree as a doctor. He says and he was scared as a resident he said now i know why they call it the practice. Doing the you'd have to practice. But that's the best in the world can do but i'll share with others are cancelled tells. This is not for your your songa but they give you the the confidence that some of these great tibetans have. And why did they have it. Look i don't understand. Relatively i don't understand. I n stein string theory all that kind of stuff. But i have confidence that einstein was was valid. He was due. He was sincere that what he was doing. So all of us have that kind of natural confidence. Many events have that kind of confidence and the dharma. Why 'cause they're thomas. Jefferson was a buddhist monk you know. They're george washington was a buddhist monk there albert. Einstein was buddhist monks so they have some something to go on here so so somebody was added. Tabet was at a teaching the sixteenth karmapa gave. And i think it's a sixteenth karmapa might of the actual lama wrong at any rate He was chewing tobacco. Spitting couldn't tackling the little. Look up you know and so so this one. The tabet witnessed this told another tibetan. Who's a student of. I can't say so this tibetan heard the story talking to say and he had this tibet reaction like no no. No no karma didn't you tobacco like denying reality. Because he didn't didn't he he couldn't imagine the llama acco- and suzuki. I can't say talking to him and says no no no Ag just could not accept it. Well our can't say went to his great teacher..
"tabet" Discussed on The Archive Project
"And tibet. Being the sort of empty place on the map two hundred years ago it got filled in with lines marking rivers trails and mountains by the pundits. But when you think about when we imagined tabet isn't very much our own and what china thinks about when imagines to that is very much. It's and it's all of these things that lie at the heart of the enormous discord and enormous sensitivity. That really animates this issue. And sometimes i think you know batons in this country. Some of them are pretty remote from tibet itself as well. He came in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine and haven't been back in a certain sense as always. Tibet is more in our imaginations than in reality. This isn't to say that china did there and is doing. There is not an abomination not hideous beyond description one of the great tragedies of this century in my view. It's only to say that hollywood is powerful medicine and on hollywood gets involved. Things tend to gain a life of their own. That really has very little to do with reality. And it's also say that tibet always had this evocative power for those of us in the west. Who who are interested. Everybody dreamed tabet very few people actually knew it well and those who did know it well in a certain sense also fed into the dream just as heinrich cars seven years. Tibet also became a basic sort of dna building. Block of all the fantasies that are being created now by the movies. They're not bad at all. I mean in a certain sense. It's wonderful the tabet. We'll get this attention but it's simply to say that to bet. His really escaped many of the corrales. Which once was confined and his gotten off into popular culture and many people in hollywood are become very infatuated with tibet tibetan buddhism. Some very serious very good people. I can't really explain to you. Why each of them is It's very difficult to sort of intrude and understand why religions meaning to fold anybody. It's a very personal thing but suffice it to say that we are in a in an age a period where tibet has really captured armando and is influencing. I think in very subtle but profound ways the way we look at it the way we look at china and certain sense the way we are leading our own lives. Well i think we'll stop here. I thank you all for coming..
"tabet" Discussed on GMR Zone
"We have almost twenty four different countries and languages tabet organized schilling information and delivery all meet in england somewhere. I think you have. I think you've taken steps to kind of bring the community and yes so we city dedicated channels in discord And we also have like a more channel in telegram. Get 'em altogether. I mean. I think at the moment that's the best we can do. Because they're all over. The world down are much everywhere So i've been like set channels in the discord jerusalem mountain set channels and telegram just vice versa. They can come over to the disco with telegram. Nazli the best way to get forensic ever if you and you are listening and you have some suggestions feel free to just go amateur often. Yeah definitely i think some of the questions that reading that sort of rereading the question. That's party more comes across as Working together all the different platforms. Like twitter Dischord telegram more working together as a unit personality meeting down the popcorn thing all right. Okay yeah steph talk about. Yeah it's definitely Talk about in the in the much. Our roy a few more questions most has been covered up. See those recording. This guy said he missed anything. Cammisa starr this. We have a recording of this whole ama. Cb listen back for any of the questions mist Let me just grab a couple more That'd be on some more sign the voice chat and then we'll just finish of questions at a very end right so next question is have you include a game and experts in your marketing strategy. And where can we b-battle. Jim like we do with him. Be social second question but we got for the first one. So i'll be including gaming expos in your marketing strategy like going to like gaming obviously the freeze. Yes your and just the other funny story. And i'm not sure if the imagery still going around the picture but we do. Have the big boards emma. I saw about half on awesome aside me get some quite big ones in the london home a massive game and event again today..
"tabet" Discussed on Latino Rebels Radio
"All beaches by constitutional law are public so that the police being there protecting private property kinda just speaks to an ongoing problem with the force where citizens are essentially doing the public service that in theory that police is supposed to be represented. And that's like you said it's an ongoing problem that we have seen and we signed the two thousand nineteen voters and precedes. Even that we'd seen it. I'm thinking about you. I'm thinking about previous. I'm the university protests yeah n. basically the same every may first coast has worked. We see people in for a war very passionate about labor labor loss into dorky clouds and they show up every day. I just tabet better working conditions. And that are you know. Lost that protect the rights in that. Yeah and then. There was a viral video. It was in the millions of the protesters sort of going after the private property. And saying like it's the construction. I know the construction stop and there's a lot of like you said this has been going on for weeks. What has happened. Like what can we tell about that you know. What can you share about the actions that were done and what it meant and what the things that you were looking and following like you know what i think that when people usually look at protests they tend to focus on. I guess their response from the protesters themselves you know whether it's looting or destruction of property what people need to understand when they look at this particular issue for the legal is that it. Like i said it intersects by various issues this development so there's the land erosion issue where you know that same condo complex had pulled that development on part of that stretch of beach and what's the story with hurricane maria and that barrier that you see the protesters that went viral..
"tabet" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast
"That's not bad but there's another thing going on here which i'd like to call out. Which is the cultural context from which wind from is derived. Didn't care the least about you being creative or you. Getting high performance moser like side benefits the west however seized on us. So we want to be mindful who we could be calm. We want to be mindful so we can be clear thinking to be mindful so we can perform it and that's a western point of view. They issued point of view have far different goal in mind and is it happened. These were side effects of the process. Yeah yeah it's so true i am. I ruined article for scientific american on spiritual narcissism this idea that some people who meditate More than others start to think they're superior to others the i'm late and not effect but that really does miss the point of of meditation big time which is very aware. There's another urinary paradox. there too. I don't know if you're aware if you're in an ancient culture like say tabet someone who actually is enlightened Never say they were in light. Humility is part of were catchier. And if you say you know hey you know. I'm pretty special like a narcissist. It means you know you're not really special at all for sir. And here's the thing. The more i meditate the more. I realized just how not special i am and not only that but i realized just how crazy i am in in the sense of my consciousness i sit there. I just become a witness to my consciousness in such a way. They identify with my thoughts. That i'm like. Wow there's a lot of crazy stuff going on there. Think anything and from the asian model. It doesn't matter what you think. It's really the process not the content. It's interesting And from western imported you you know i. I don't know if you've noticed this. But people start to meditate sometime. Say oh man. I could never do this. My mind is going nuts. It's just one after another which actually is a good sign because it means you're starting to notice how things are in there. Yeah i think that's that's that's quite right. That's quite..
"tabet" Discussed on Inspire Nation Show with Michael Sandler
"It. It's so vague. It's so unclear and the universe is is like what is it that you want. You know what i mean so anyway that these are the three main steps in from there of course then then when you receive information you also have to know had manage it. So it's it's it's a protocol of these are steps but that's what we teach in. That's the training any works. Once you have it you can apply to anything. What was life like for you before the age of thirty before the age of thirty. Oh wow let's see well. In my early twenties it was definitely an emotional roller coaster. That's for sure. I often think the worst by life emotionally where my last two years of college i ended up dropping out of college and I had periods of depression in this real anxiety That i even got to the point where. I was afraid of my own anxiety. I had this ongoing fear thinking that depression anxiety. We're going to hit i. I wasn't in control of my feelings at all. What i look back on it. They would just overwhelm me overwhelming. And i would just dissolve it to a massive anxiety and go sit in my room in feel sorry for myself so that was my worst emotionally looking back. I'm really glad for it because it drove me to go out. Searching seeking Had some friends that got married and settled down. I couldn't i could never think of getting married and settling down. I had to figure out how to deal with this anxiety. So i ended up wandering into a a theater company that got into yoga and meditation and then i ended up wondering into zen center where i stayed almost six months and that was one of the best things i ever did for my physical emotional and mental health. I realized years. After leaving the zen center that after that period i had no depression and my anxiety had really lessened and then i spent much of my twenties going various workshops in even spend almost four years at a tabet betton center which i recommend to very few people to buddhism is really hard to translate into the west. They've really struggle with that. Zen is much easier to translate. But you do have all that meditation. You're supposed to do and almost nobody feels they do it up. But what they're teaching is brilliant. Brilliant brilliant finally in ninety nine. When i was much over twice way over twenty. But you know. I've discovered the power of now and there. He brings the wisdom of the ages. The great teachers into western world so brilliantly. In a way. That doesn't require a lot of meditation disciplined and that to me has been the the best teaching. Is that great book. That i thought might as well ask and then dive back a little bit but what not that you can that you can summarize that entire booker is entire work and one fraser statement or teaching. But if i was to give you that challenge. Where would you go with him. Well in a way. It's exactly what buddha was saying live. I talk of buddha. He gave the the famous for noble truths..
"tabet" Discussed on The Poker Coaching Podcast
"And i'll give you all of your money back so might as well be free. You don't learn anything. Given are exact hand maybe flopped set or something. We'd wanna be betting a little bit smaller but even on this. I don't mind betting. Twenty five like twenty five not small half part in this scenario like if you have a say just wanna get money in the pot and realize both opponents rangers especially splash. Here both have a lot of drought. So you just want to get more money in the pot like right here thirty. I think thirties probably thirty or thirty. Five by better than twenty five. Even though i fully understand multi way it's usually better tabet small from a gto point of view again. We don't necessarily care textured board. We probably don't want to have too many small bits. If you did pick check. I still gave you six points for that. Because i do think this is a cool spot to have some of these nut flush draws in your checking range. Although i don't like it as much. Because i'd rather just keep a strong range now. This flop isn't always going to be best for us. So that's why checking sometimes a good play here as well but the big line checks and we do go ahead and bet. Twenty-five unknown splash. Your calls the big blindfolds journey. Be trying to figure out a plan. What are we doing all the turns. This will save you a lot of time and make your table way more beneficial going to.
"tabet" Discussed on Making It With Jimmy Diresta, Bob Clagett and David Picciuto
"In it actually looks like a legit lego set but then it opens up on the inside. There's a bunch of it's like a full power tool which on the inside with like dust collection hoses and you know. There's a i'm trying to look at the picture close here there's a plainer sitting on a table and there's a drill press in the corner. There's even tile stuck to the wall with little logos on them like stickers victory like you know youtube maker thing It comes with four little characters in little mini figs that represent different types of woodworkers and stuff. This it's covered. It's cool the cabinet making the spoon cover for did floor but Yeah it has a turner a greenwood worker spooned garver in a cabinet maker those characters that are kind of built into it. But it's a really cool it'll set and basically if these sets get i think ten thousand up votes or likes or whatever then it goes into the it gets graduated to the next stage you know with some other sets and there's a process so it doesn't take anything doesn't cost anything to it. I think you just have to sign up for the account. But there's some actually really awesome Sets when you look at this. Lego idea site the cool thing about it is that it's people that are not lego professional lego designers that just make art with lego as the medium and then they submitted here so just looking through you find some kind of mediocre but then a bunch of just truly amazing creations. People have made with lego as a medium rather than like as a toy. So i'll put a link to it if you wanna go support it and try to vote it. Maybe it'll get made you know you can go buy in the. We have another podcast kissing him but he's not aware called no instructions. Josh and i do. It's not every week every couple of weeks but basically we just talk about life in parenting in that type of thing while we build lego sets and so there's a video component to it as well so we said at the table and we build a model or a lego set or something You know just while we're kind of having conversation. So lego is a big thing for me and for house so this was kind of a sweet spot project right there in the middle bug jeff. Step on a lego. At no shoes everybody asks that I don't think i have. Because i wear shoes to bed. Is it bad. Tabet bed you issues to know. But i also don't think not sure how that would work but no. I never stepped on a lego. But i have mailed on iraq. That's not fun. Yes or scrooge of on a screw that screw nine on the pointy part but unlike the aside just as bad. that's rough anyway. Well i think that's it. You guys got anything else. And that's a wrap to rap rapa close state. That's the thing that you're so used to saying every day now that you're just part of your life that's a wrap dinner time for dishes. It's dinner it's you know it's funny. The very last day will move. Finish it all the little clips. I had to do some pickups and everything was done and the the crew was kind of breaking off a little bit at a time because over of their job was was done for the day done for the season. It's me and like three cameraman. It's me and three guys in one cameraman and the producers because they had to do some pickups on me as soon as i was done mike the the the main head show runner handed me his mike and goes say. It's a wrap on season one so said everybody. It's a wrap on season one of the name of the show. Everybody you could hear people cheer on the property was really cool man. Great and then he clicked not do it on channel three and i did it in that channel. Two and i did see if you like the various people who are on different channels. It was really cute moment. Didn't expect it like. I said my last thing that might goes. That's it he goes. Tell everybody to wrap that. It was really cute cool. Well that's rap on this episode. It's thanks listening kitchen next time. Thank you for. I love you too..
"tabet" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"So you midst of shuts down your heart ramps up your lungs rent out your liver dumps glucose your body vital flight all of these things governed by de trigger And so in highly stressed people those brain signaling pathways get foster and they get bigger and serve example in a study of twins where one twin had been in the vietnam war the other twitter vietnam war. They found the sibling. Pathways were noticeably foster in those twins identical twins again. Same jeans same brains. But if they'd been in combat that sibling mechanism was really Acute like i woke with one dollars looking for at here one iraq veteran and literally unholy plastic. What about low here when he hear this sound. I'm the audience Plastic water bottle. He dive under the table and cody in his brain. Small arms. fire duck for cover run and so these these brains get encoded that way and once. He had that that stress learning in the brain. It's really hard change. Any of these are the things that do that. In these studies and bliss sprain tabet months and franciscan nuns who've spent twenty thousand hours and mystical union with the dhbai. They've been praying and contemplating and meditating and they reach these elevated emotional states. The main lot literally begins to shrivel away. They aren't using this stress servants. Use it or lose it. There are big leads starts to shrink. And that's the change that these stress reduction therapies can produce out bodies and brains. Now you're not just a researcher. You apply all this information to your personal life now in the first few chapters of your book you discuss going through the fires in california. I mean that was just art wrenching. what an experience of that you you went back. Why aren't you always went back to your daily practice of meditation. And how did that help you get through such a challenging time you live. I don't know how people who don't have meditation tapping manage this. Forget about the fire. Ever the evidence festive light. You know there's things like your career changes your company downsizes. Your industry ships.
"tabet" Discussed on Covert Nerd Podcast
"We agree in the story. Yes i love it when a plan comes together. Oh man see. This is the fun of two zero two adventure. I mean the thing is they can't and quit. You're like oh. I think things took a turn. You're being attacked by a guy with an ice pick and then you interrupt a police investigation of an international drug ring or smuggling ring or whatever they are. I guess it doesn't say well. I love out that exchange to was that we immediately like that guy. We're like i liked this guy. And then later. He like this with a knife. I know i. It's like oh or is going to be our next our next carlos and that he attacks us with an axe. Your judgment of character in the story is broken. yes yes. We spent three years with carlos but we did him anyway. Much like our understanding of what crampons were cramp. Your your judgment doesn't encircle judgment doesn't exist so now tomorrow eddie. When you're with friends you have to somehow bring the word crampons up. That's going to be a flex isn't it. I'm going to be so guys like you ever thought about clamming on ice i got just the thing. Valentine's fram pons one view. Who can work the word cran into a logistical sense of all like statement in the comments i will send three dollars to via paypal. No even better. Three thousand cruisers joins cruiser coins. Yes well as a buy you a copy of leonard and number nine. Yes and give it to you. Signed by albarracin and ben crane of oman comics. Yes dealing with interpol isn't usually nine. Oh kim might have some experience with interpol speaking from experience. Yeah you'll miss grumble. Here's the thing though. Kim interpol and kim one. So there's that interpol hashed out kim. One money's always on kim. Yes always because you took a correspondence course and learned as always bet on kim. Oh lord kim and caroline by the way speaking of kick assery anyway that caroline had this one. That's great if you have these. Yeah definitely join along. But hey i think we're gonna call this one done and hopefully in two weeks we'll head back to tibet again. I can't wait to go back to tabet again. The great sweet tabet west virginia eggs yeah caroline iphone. Fact went to high school together and She also now lives in colorado so she should here knows should know what those are called it should have been caroline but we're not gonna flex on her from that one because she's pretty flip awesome so there's not a few teeth..
China's Xi vows unceasing fight against Tibet separatism
"China's president has called for what's described as an impregnable fortress to stop separatism in Tibet Xi Jinping, speech, set out the country's policy direction intended to protect national unity, maintain stability, and educate the masses. Well, Isabel Hilton is the editor of China dialogue and has written extensively about Beijing's relationship with Tibet. Hello? Isabelle. Doing. Very. Well, thank you. Tell us what is this impregnable fortress. Well this is come out of the Communist Party Central Symposium on Tibet work, which is the you know the high level. It's the meeting that gathers together everyone who has anything to do with Tabet from security to economics to environment, and of course, the polit bureau is in attendance at the last one was five years ago. So it is quite important to understand the direction that things taking and I have to say it's not a particularly encouraging direction the the emphasis on a border security was not extensively publicized in China but I think that that is undoubtedly related to the continuing tensions with India, and we've seen a number of clashes along that border. But the other. Really important aspect of this statement is is really about hearts and minds, which has been a massive failure in terms of of Chinese occupation of Tibet and the the stress on patriotic education on the fact that monasteries must you know put put the party first and so on. All isses familiar but it's becoming more intense in terms of of of you know government propaganda and just simply failed over the years. So how does it intend to impose or bill this impregnable fortress to maintain not just stability but? Engage in those hearts and minds which which they find so important and what I think probably I'm sorry to say more repression it's. There is a relationship between what happens in Tibetan what happens in Xinjiang, which has lately had some more attention and but the body secretary who? Had A kinda panel up to consecutie system in Tibet then moved to Xinjiang to continue his work. So the security approach is very much the same and it is extremely tight security on on an absolute day to day level. So you know police boxes every few hundred yards kind of panopticon effect on on watching society for any kind of behavior that might be considered deviant. So that's one aspect of it and and the other oil done in the name of national security. and. Then the other aspect is the intense education and signification of Tibet. So it's been some years now since two Beden as a medium of instructions in schools was damaged and and you know there's heavy language pressure heavy cultural pressure on on Tibetans who are encouraged not to have a photographs of the delay in their homes but to her photographs of Xi. Jinping, instead to the the, it's really an an example of enhanced integration. Hitherto has been a policy in the People's Republic at least in name over SPEC for national minorities as they would call them. So Cultural Rights, language rights, and the idea that they could be in some sense autonomous and self governing. Now, that was never entirely implemented but at least it was official policy and that is now being abandoned really in favor of kind of. Han Chinese dominance in every aspect including culture and language, and how is that likely to be received in Tibet? Well. The evidence is that the more pressure the culture comes under in a way, the more people attached to it. So you know the most famous case was in nineteen eighty when when the reports from to bed to the center. Essentially said everyone's forgotten by the Dalai. Lama. They loved the Communist Party. It's all going swimmingly and it emboldened the central government to allow or to think about a visit from the delara sue the Dalai Lama sent. A representative. Group to inspect Tibet to see what conditions would like and as soon as rumors of these people's presence spread across to bet you thousands and thousands of people went to pay homage and his push notes into the hands and to weep and to go for the Dalai Lama. So you know the Chinese never been very good at reading. Tibetan sentiment and every time they criticized the Dalai Lama officially it sort of gives comfort to the Tibetans that. The Dalai Lama still matters and he still bad. So it's it's you know it's not a particularly helpful policy and the more that they cracked down on Tibet. The more Tibetan people feel more. They feel the difference and in a moment ago, you mentioned the fact that Tibet is stuck as well in terms of the relationship, the the very techy relationship that's being played out between India at the moment two degrees either side twenty used to bet. Well I think that this. That that's always I. Guess a problem you know the wasn't a border between India and China until the Chinese occupation of Tibet. So so now we have to Asian supervise and this border which is constantly disputed, which is unresolved and across which flow or manner of things including of course, people you know the flow of refugees to India from Tibet. has been a feature of the years the very large settlements of Tibetan refugees in India, which has given them pretty generous hospitality, the presence of the Dalai Lama in India. Then on the Indian side, you know there is anxiety about water supply because wall of. India's pretty much all of India's water supply comes from the Tibet Plateau, and there is constant fear in Indian security services that that the Chinese can somehow turn the top of which is unlikely but nevertheless it makes them deeply anxious. So there are any number of issues that that would need to be resolved in NFL comprehensive settlement. But at the moment you have to highly nationalistic governments each which is you postures vigorously over Tibet and I think that a settlement is not terribly likely Isabel. Indeed as ever for joining us on monocle twenty four, that was China dialogues is.
Alone, Together - A Covid Nurse's Story
"March twenty second twenty twenty. My heart is broken on Friday night. My worst fears were realized as I watched. My beloved patient are Evan. Take his last breath on earth. To other patients rush to his side with tears in my eyes I watched them instinctively placed their hands on his eyes and recite the Shema prayer. At Him and said goodbye I says holy soul entered the gates of heaven. That's like Gamaa. Normally she's in oncology nurse, but back in March, when covert I hit, Israel will head was one of a handful of nurses transferred to the new corona virus warded. Her Hospital shallots Nick Medical Center in Jerusalem. She worked day and night, following strict isolation protocols that meant among other things wearing full protective gear in ministering care via video intercon's. She was often frightened as were many of her patients. One of them was eighty eight year old Alliott Evan who on March Twentieth Twenty Twenty, sadly became Israel's first covert casualty of at home shallots. They will show Lime Methuselah Hullah Evan Evan Bench morning. Wish antisocial anyhow by Damon Asoka de Corps F. When she'd come home after a shift, a hell would often sit down at her computer and recount her experiences on facebook those posts and will link to a bunch of them on our site. Read Lak- diary. This is her reading the post she wrote right after he passed away. I know what the next step is, and I'm already dreading it. Traditionally when a Jew dies, there's a series of rituals including washing the body that take place, but hunter the now with covert. Everything would be different missile heavily. The Ministry of Health has prepared us with instructions on how to deal with disease covid nineteen patients. We are the first hospital in Israel to implement this protocol. Similar to casualties of biological warfare, our treatment of the body needs to be done in a way that will not endanger us. Because of this there can be no purification or Tahara process. This Jewish. Ritual is sacrificed to protect us and everyone else who will come in contact with him? Me and the other nurse Mahal are responsible for identifying him for burial. will be the last ones to see and care for him physically. My dear Aria. You survived the horrors of the Holocaust immigrated to Israel. Established DEMOC deficit family, and your extraordinary journey ends here in this new word. We hoped we would never have to open. The circumstances of your hospitalization did not allow for your loving family and caretaker to be by your side for us in them. This was heartbreaking from the outside monitored you as closely as we could. We were an off as we watch the other patients care for you, keep you company and help you. However they could. They did not want you to ever feel. Are Yet, I wanna ask you for forgiveness. I'm sorry for how we were required to handle your body. We did our best to preserve your dignity and respect you based on the circumstances I know that it was done to protect us. It was a tremendous food and honor to care for you. When you're a final days, you've touched my heart, the staff and the patients that surrounded you. I know your life would spire the rest of Israel as well. Go to your resting place in peace. Look out for us from about. That fishermen witter no homage Caversham Madam Linda Goal highlights me live Gra, Helga Mar.. A few days later, she posted again this time about two moments one of extreme grief and the other extreme beauty march twenty, eight, twenty twenty. It's been only two weeks since my first shift and Koetter the COVID, nineteen word, and in many ways feels like an eternity. As panic and uncertainty, keep escalating around the globe for me. Personally the pressure and anxiety are quickly building up and it's nothing short of overwhelming. In the span of two weeks, the number of patients in my unit has quadrupled and keeps growing the everyday experiences in the word taking an emotional toll on me. On Friday, a daughter of a critical patient walks into our operations headquarters. Since no family member can go inside the unit. She has come to say goodbye to her L. Father through the video intercom system. She asked me to hold her phone and record their interaction. As I watched her cry and talked her father through a screen I have to physically turn my head to hold back tears. This is heart wrenching to watch I cannot even begin to imagine what it's like for them. At six thirty PM with thirty minutes left until the end of May shift. I'm rushing to finish my last tasks inside the unit. At this point, the moderate patients have all congregated in the middle of the word to do Tabet. I soon realized it's the only permissible Mignon in Jerusalem right now people from all walks of life and across the religious spectrum are singing and rejoicing together as bring in. I! I'm blessed to be witnessing the scene of unity and. I. I already know this. Coming Week is going to present more challenges physically and emotionally, but I know I'm not alone. We're in this fight together. We're going to come out of this stronger and more united as a nation than ever before to stay strong instead home God bless.
"tabet" Discussed on Top Dog Podcast
"Morning Bath Night Buddhist said amused as he placed himself on the couch his arm raced babies are all the same. They don't like to be washed. I'm not a baby anymore. I'm dreaded pirate in the World Ajax jumped onto the veranda he was panting. Did it. Of One on I again. Great. Absolutely. Fantastic. Nobody beats me I the fastest dogging Tantrum Boo. Good morning everybody shortly after who the jumped onto the veranda rather he dragged himself up, his tongue was hanging out of his mouth a nearly touching the ground. Nearly. One by the skin of Mateo. But at least I second has pretty good. Good morning everybody. How could anyone be brainless said Buddha Raleigh's is speaking of bribing or thought Las Tabet has strange fell apart. The fact that he does not know where he's homeys and how we got here means that he's suffering Amnesia. What? Amnesia. And Navy you. got. Is that the name of the US how he traveled with. It is the name of the planet he comes from. Buddha through his front legs over his head Amnesia. Is the medical tuneful full loss of memory. Part cat remember a thing and it's lucky has an empty wool ease hade. Someone or something has taken off the pictures. They gone. He's lost the mole. Haven't lost anything. I've never had anything anyway Buddha pointed at him so. How can he lose his memory? Probably, GonNa Hefty knock on his head might Oh, had a bad adventure he prefers not to remember. Did You Pirate shrugged his wings. Let's count search for your memory stocks a champion sniffing things out. Great idea. Let's start in the backyard. It might still be there. Buddha raised his voice. You could hear that he now is on the brink of losing it. How Breath So. Memory is not a thing hiding under a rock. He's memory got lost. He's Brian by. He has defined himself. As a matter of fact. It is a brilliant idea to search for pirates memory. We. Will take him on a walk through Tantrum. Any tree law coal. Creek will come across he might recognize it. And it might trigger. He's mainly. Step, by step. He will remember where.
Denise, Denisa Wtn And Tabet And Plateau discussed on Nature Podcast
"Gonna be talking about Denisa vans. This mysterious ancient hormone in group. What's been going on? Yes. Since they were discovered a decade ago. Research has been looking for more remains of these Denisovans than so far. They've only found them in this one cave in Siberia. And finally, they found this new jewel bone from Tabet, which seems to be Dunedin ROY walk. Can you tell me about the Denise then sort of in general, but we don't have much about them? They're very mysterious group of kind of extinct hominids, but we know that modern humans in places like Asia. Shania have some Denise of DNA in the genome. And so for a while now research is expected that these Denisa wtn's lived kind of far beyond this one cave in Siberia, where they've found on this point is evidence of that. So this is this is to bed, which is thousands of miles away from the original cave. Yeah. That's right. And you know, people have thought maybe China would be the place to find these other Denisov and Fussell's and out there. Right. But interestingly, it was a very unusual. Okay. Occasion on the Tabet and plateau over three thousand meters above sea level. So that's that's really high for HAMAs group to be living in. How do we know that this is a Denise, Yvonne, and not maybe a Neanderthal that that's one of the most interesting things about the study. So previously people have identified Denisa than remains by looking at ancient DNA that has remained in the Fussell's. This fossil didn't have any researchers couldn't extract DNA from it. So instead they looked to the ancient proteins that were harbored within the fossil. And this is the first time that people have identified and extinct common solely on the. Basis of the proteins remain in the only previous news at we talked about the potential of using proteins to try classified sort of engine hominem species. But it sounds like that it's been done then in this case, and what what sort of proteins with the research is looking at in this case, the researchers were specifically looking at collagen proteins from the teeth of specimen so collagen protein make up the structure of the teeth. But the study suggests that maybe ancient protein analysis could be used for other similar specimens in the future. In other cases, where researchers are unable to extract DNA, maybe they'll still be some protein surviving, and maybe they could use that to place again places specimen into an evolutionary tree like this. And that could be particularly useful for older specimens where there might still be proteins, even though the DNA is degraded or specimens have been uncovered in warmer climates like southeast Asia, for example, because those climates DNA degrades relatively quickly. But again proteins might stand more of a chance of surviving.
Why Does Cashmere Cost So Much?
"You were to ask windy pie, a good farmer in Bredon main to name what she likes most about her work. She'll tell you it's the individual personalities of the goats for what she cares. She said think of the word capricious that comes from the word cap Ryan, which is Latin for goat. They're like that they'll jump and dance and they'll climb on anything. They're affectionate. Pious particular type of goats forty to eighty of them depending on the year are also some of the providers of a valuable product for humans. Kashmir. Yes. In case, you didn't know your favorite softest and probably most expensive sweater comes from the for of the Kashmir goat. And once you know, what's involved in making a cashmere sweater, the price might not seem so exorbitant. Goats are one of at least eleven wool producing animals. The list. Also, includes sheep, rabbits, and Lama. There are several varieties of Kashmir goats and a number of farms factories and conglomerates around the world using various production methods to make Kashmir the first goats purported to be used by humans to produce fabric to keep warm are said to be the passionate goats. They're found in the super high altitude regions of western and northern Tabet the goats soft and dense under for is built to withstand extreme temperatures as low as negative forty degrees Fahrenheit or celsius. The wolf from these bucks a nannies favored by British royalty eventually came to be processed in Kashmir in northern India. Hence the name. Various bloodlines of Kashmir goats have with human. Help spread around the world. Australia has a particular breed the provides luxuriously soft threads North American. Kashmir goats are found in the colder regions of the US and Canada. North America is where pie and her husband Peter gov. Come in they have run spring tide farms since nineteen Ninety-seven pious dot gov. Eleven goats for his birthday in part to help clear their farmland. It has been a learning experience since then pie estimates. Spring tide is one of two hundred to three hundred cashmere goat farms in North America. Most cashmere goat farms in the US are small in size less than sixty goats says Pya who's also the president of the Kashmir goat association, a nonprofit whose website claims that brings together breeders fiber artists and others interested in these charming animals and the fiber. They grow. In March and April, you know, early spring is when the goats start to naturally shed their winter will end when production begins on the farms few US farms sheer, these Kashmir goats though because of production laws and the high cost to weed out the valuable downy undercoat instead most facilities and comb the wool that means workers often, the farm owners themselves sit with each animal and slowly tease out the further creates the fine wool for Kashmir. With a dog rake up to an hour and a half per goat. Pie explained. When you look at these goats, you see the long draping for that's the guard hair. The Kashmir hair is under that the crimp in Kashmir is three dimensional, and that's part of what makes Kashmir so incredibly soft an average goat provides just three to four ounces of Kashmir. That's about eighty five to one hundred and ten grams. That means a typically takes about six goats to make enough fiber for just one cashmere sweater. Once the Kashmir for is separated. Samples of it are sent for quality testing to one of two labs, the US one in Texas one in Colorado most legitimate US. Kashmir farmers have made a commitment to provide only high quality fiber outlined in the Kashmir, go dissociation standards and backed by organizations like the Kashmir and camel hair manufacturers institute, that means consistency or uniformity in the fiber each Fogle should be at least one point two five inches. That's three point two centimeters in length in its relaxed or unstretched state. And no bigger than nineteen microns in diameter. If we're in wool makes you h that's actually because the wolf fibers have an uneven thickness, the standard thickness of will is twenty eight microns Kashmir is much finer that standard of less than nineteen microns is why Kashmir can feel less scratchy. Kashmir that fails to beat these standards inevitably creates quality problems like pilling in the final product. And there are plenty of examples of bad Kashmir out there, while the Federal Trade Commission, enforces the wool product labelling act in the United States. It gets murky on the international market. Even the FTC says, quote routine testing, a fiber contents by qualified independent testing lab is the best way to assure accurate labels. That means it's hard for consumers to determine where the Kashmir they're buying comes from. And specifically how the goats are treated. Kashmir demand is one of the problems. It reportedly far exceeds how much goats could produce every year that means that less scrupulous producers may turn to inhumane methods to produce more wolf or lesser operating costs. The organization pita has accused Chinese conglomerates of shearing the goats mid-winter when the animals need the for to keep warm. Pyatt says that some farms to save production costs have even experimented with restricting goats diets, but aside from compromising the animal's health. It also directly affects the quality of the Kashmir she said if you starve your animals, the hair will get finer and shorter and more brittle. You can't spin it. They call it hunger. Fine. So if you wear Kashmir pie recommends buying directly from the source or choosing very carefully. Kashmir will consist of about one percent of a goat's total wool production for apparel. So the fabric. In those sweaters should have price to reflect the scarcity. But even for farmers like Pyo who sells her Kashmir online and at fairs festivals. It's difficult to tell if it's the real deal pirate herself has been fooled. She recalls a time when she found a cashmere sweater at a store for less than one hundred dollars. She bought it. It turned out to be acrylic another time she and her husband were visited by a group people who said they were interested in getting into the Kashmir industry. They brought with them samples of Kashmir. They had bought a trade shows in Italy pie recalls. They had this one, shall it was shiny in Kashmir isn't shiny. So we had to say to them. You know, this is really nice. I don't know what it is. But it's not
The sensitive month: Tibet
"Month marks sixty years since an uprising by the people of Tibet against communist party rule. Once the rebels elegantly strutted are now thronged with twenty thousand citizens who celebrate the putting down of the rebels and welcome the inauguration of their new life. Until the communist revolution of nineteen forty nine to bet. Head enjoyed a degree of independence but after their victory. The authorities in China sent in their troops. China six hundred and fifty million people heal the victory over the rebels in Tibet the uprising of March nineteen fifty nine is an event mourned by the debate and people and supporters of their cause yesterday. Protesters gathered in New Delhi and other cities around the world to Mark the nursery and to call Tabet, s- independence. China's communist party records the events of nineteen Fifty-nine rather differently. Is an integral part of China. Oppose intervention in China's internal bears build a happy and prosperous new Tabet. Chinese officials coal March the sensitive months across the Tabet and plateau James miles is our China editor every year the month of March is one that causes them extreme anxiety and this year because the sixtieth anniversary of the Tibetan uprising of nineteen fifty nine. They've made it very clear that their anxiety has reached even higher levels than usual. Why is the month of March so sensitive many thebenz still remember with bitterness? What happened in nineteen fifty nine in early March of that year in Lhasa? Rumors began to spread that the Chinese. Authorities were preparing to abduct the Dow Allama the spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhism. And so as those rumors spread crowds began to gather. And the authorities began to get nervous about a week after protests began to erupt on on March tenth nine hundred fifty nine week after that the Dalai Lama fled into exile in India where he has remained ever since and the rest in Lhasa escalated became a violent shooting broke out. It was a very of violent period suppressed ruthlessly by the by the Chinese. Government and many abedin's today. Still yearn for the die Lama to return that looks extremely unlikely. How things gone since then? From Tibetan perspective terribly. Tibet's own a brand of of the Buddhist religion suffered huge blows during a mouse rule. Monks were expelled from monasteries things began to recover after the reign of now, but China the Chinese government suspicion of of Tibetan Buddhism suspicion of the control the influence of the Dalai Lama, even though he has been living in exile in India has remained very high. And there's one thing that really unites most abedin's and that is huge reverence for the Dalai Lama himself. So the Chinese government's relentless attacks on him denunciations of him have created a great deal of resentment among thebenz. And so what's your experience been when when this thing Tabet? Well, I was there in. Two thousand eight when riots broke out in Lhasa. This was the the biggest outbreak of unrest. Since the uprising in nineteen fifty nine it involved attacks by Tibetan residence against shops, run by ethnic Han Chinese attacks on ethnic Han people since then the authorities have been on an even greater state of alert than usual. The sound. You hear is Tig took you out. You're not the first of several rounds. The town's people run for cover. Do you not? No, one can tell us how many hurt, but one eyewitness tells of monks being savagely beaten, and we've seen roundups of of monks who were supposed to have been allegedly behind this or simply because of their connections with the exile camp in in India, and in protest against this escalated repression across the Tabet and plateau we've seen more than one hundred fifty people who've set fire to themselves in protest against these measures and many of them have died. So how have religious minorities fared under president Xi Jinping? How have things been more recently? Well, there's been a general tightening of control of religions siege in ping would like to achieve what he calls, the sinus is Asian of religion in China. And that includes Tabet in Buddhism. We'd seen even before. Ping came to power the declaration in Tibet of what they call serfs emancipation day. That's another big anniversary coming up. It's on March the twenty eighth and it's the day in nineteen fifty nine after the Tabet uprising when China formally dissolved the I Lama led government and ushered in as they would describe it a new era of a democracy and freedom in Tabet freedom that is from monastic control. But more generally in neighboring sin Jang, we've seen an extraordinary escalation of repression over the past couple of years a million people seized and put into what they call re education centers, and it seems a very often the only pretext for doing so is simply because these people are devotees of Islam the. The authorities defend this as a way of preventing the spread of militancy among ethnic Witter's in in the sin Jang region. But this is part of a general repression that we've seen across the board in China. I I wonder if the sort of increased focus on Xinjiang and what's going on. There has sort of drawn attention away from thebenz. I mean, there there was a time when there was a lot of activism, and there were a lot of their Hollywood stars were coming to to sort of draw attention to the plight of Tibetans, and we haven't heard much of that. Well, I I think that's partly because the authorities of been so effective in in shutting down access to the region. I think sympathy with the Tibetan plight abroad remains at at very high levels is just that we haven't seen large protests break out there. But I can imagine that. Attention would swing rapidy again too. I bet. Well, we to see trouble there on the authorities are always mindful of of one big event looming. And that is one day the death of the deny Lama that will be a huge blow to many abedin's. And if there is one thing that the is fear might trigger large scared unrest. Again, it is that.
What internet search is like behind China's Great Firewall
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by. Indeed, are you hiring with? Indeed, you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions than zero in on your shortlist of qualified candidates using an online dashboard get started today at indeed dot com slash marketplace. That's indeed dot com slash marketplace. Look into internet life behind the great firewall of China from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for. Molly would. This week activist shareholders in alphabet, the parent company of Google spoke out against development of Google Dragonfly. That's the internal codename for a project reportedly working on a censored search engine for China. We hear a lot about web censorship in China. But how does it work? What's it like to use? It we called marketplace. Correspondent Jennifer pack in Shanghai before we officially started. The interview Jennifer wanted to check something with Bing, the one US search engine that operates in China. Yeah. Being it wasn't going. Well, well, you're experiencing what it's like to have the internet in China, which is that I have to switch between turning on and off VPN. She takes forever. And now I have to restart. My computer Jennifer has reported from inside China for years. She says censorship is getting stronger. It used to be that. If you had steered clear of what? We call the three t's Tiananmen Tabet. Anti warn talking about the sensitive topics about independence or the protests that happen TNN. Then you're pretty much safe. But increasingly this list has gotten longer and longer and it changes day by day. So in some instances, if it's banned search term, you will get a message that says sorry, you were trying to access something that is in violation of Chinese law. So you know that it happened. But there are other instances where you just get a limited number of search results. But you don't even really know that it's been censored do Chinese people, even call it censorship. I mean, that's what we would call a here. But like when you're living it, how do you refer to it. I don't think that the majority of people in China realize that what they're getting is censored because remember their media years also censored, and I have to say the internet works, very fast. If you are restricting yourself to just Chinese tools searching in. The Chinese language within China. The problem happens when you're trying to access web sites outside or you're trying to access Chinese language websites, which have sensitive information negative information about mainland China. That's when it becomes a bit more difficult to access up. But does not completely shut off because sometimes people will say, well, I can still get it. There are tools and ways to get around it. But the purpose of censorship in China is not to stop all information from coming in. It's just to stop the average person in China to make it difficult enough for them to access these websites that they just eventually give up those sensitive surge have any kind of economic impact. And I mean like does it lead people to make less informed decisions about business or like household finance business and economic news and information used to be quite open and for business journalists it used to be very open as well. But increasingly they're facing a lot of pressure to. Not report the news because now economics has become political right with the US China trade tensions. And all of that, Jennifer pack is marketplace's China correspondent I asked her how she gets through the great firewall online. She wouldn't say didn't want the government to catch on and block her work arounds. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM. This marketplace podcast is brought to you by backlog, developers know, the importance of officiency and transparency when it comes to collaborating on a team backlog is the perfect software development tool for managing issues from start to finish create tasks and track progress with features like Gant and burn down charts. Tackle bugs update teams on various issues and push code out from get to backlog, do all this and more with one easy tool. Try backlog for your team free for thirty days using the special URL backlog dot com slash marketplace.
All The Other Hominins Are Extinct
"Lot of human beings almost sapiens. And I close relatives are called hominids all hominids except us or extinct. They include homo erectus that populated Asia starting one point eight million years ago, homo habemus that appeared about two million years ago in Africa, homo fluorescein, says a tiny three and a half foot tall homonyn that live on floors island in Indonesia than the end of those who appeared more than four hundred thousand years ago in Eurasia and others how come only homo sapiens. Survived yale. Well, many ideas have been suggested about that done in two thousand eighteen to anthropologist mater review of recent data on the geographical dispersal of hominids and found that their analysis supported the theory that homo sapiens, is special because of its ability to adapt to a wider range of environments than any of the others. Former them their analysis of the distribution of known fossils showed that the other species probably had more restricted environmental ranges, although early hominids spread widely into Europe and Asia, their fossils are mostly found in areas that were tropical forests at the time homo. Flora sciences was restricted to one island the knee and earth all spread more widely and hunted large game on the northern Eurasian. Steppes Sylvan home associates spread to wider range of environments than these. Yes. Homa sapiens. Inhabited these areas and many others, including extreme environments like desert's, the Arctic and high altitudes like the Tabet in plateau where fossils of other hominids haven't been found. The researchers called our ancestors generalists specialists because they specialized at being able to adapt to living almost anywhere. More from Indiana University. I'm Don, I NIA Cassandra.
Twickets - The Tech Behind Fan-to-Fan Ticket Resale
"So they can longer us. But at the original face value of the tickets, first of all, I'm a huge fan of tweets. And I love what you guys are doing. But can you set the scene L and bring the listeners to speed with exactly what it as and how it's tackling a problem that I think every music fan listening to this podcast today would've experienced at some point. We'll thanks very much for calling woods. And what we what we're trying to tackle really is the sport. Most. Now become known is the secondary ticketing market were platforms will sell tickets via essentially brokers professional brokers trading on that platform. Uh-huh. For profit. So they will Hoover up tickets as many tickets as they can the only sales. So when the tickets does go out to fans, they will they will that she's abusing bulks using other techniques grab as many as they can't even them straight back onto the secretary of hit at a prophet so fans losing out. But also interestingly enough the event is losing as well from the activity. So we're here to provide an alternative method of Who I believe you've partnered with two other any common myths in the ticket industry that we can finally laid to rest today. And also what the biggest differences between ticketing in the US and the UK. I think that there is one and mythic put foot too bad is the fans boy tickets to make me I think yes there also in finds that will do that. As I mentioned earlier, some that will do it professionally and make money out of doing. So as well, but the false majority of fans we've found out the last four to five years of operating now boy tickets actually attend events in the first place. And if whatever reason they can no longer a tent event than the Ben not looking to make money that they want their money back, of course. And they want to make sure they're not lost out in that purchase for once. They got their money the happy to to cover that cost. And ideally what they want is for the tickets also go to another fan. So someone who's Ulta genuine five times a depending in their place and not selling to somebody else that's going to broker that ticket as well. And making mommy out Tabet. So that's the first myth. I think the second myth is that all artists and musicians and. Events involved in this process of resale profit, as well, I think we're living proof that they know because we pounded now with over two hundred and fifty artists over the last few years who've made their official resale platform because they want to encourage fans to trade at face value. And the reason for that they won't insure that fans don't rich off so those. So the industry itself is losing money when it broke at ticket for profit because that means the fan can see less shows going forwards the less light to spend money on merchandise when they're out in the show, the less money light to spend money on food and beverage at the show. So everybody's losing out. Any is gaining is the broker. So those the two key miss. I think we can we can put too bad. Is that is that fans don't buy to use to make money on the whole and certainly events. I'm not involved in this process. Either. The people that benefit from all the brokers and the platforms through which they tried on. This is pretty universal to the only wasting right now in numerous. Territories. Wait, wait, wait now. And learn in Europe, LUSA, North America and Australia is is that the process is the same everywhere and the issues of the same
Are Yeti Just a Bunch of Bears?
"Support. For brain stuff comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by Quicken Loans are excited to introduce their all new rate shield approval. If you're in the market to buy a home rate shield approval is a real game changer. And here's why first Quicken Loans will lock your rate for up to ninety days while you shop, but here's the crucial part every up your rate stays the same. But if rates go down your rate also drops either way you win. It's the kind of thinking you'd expect from America's largest mortgage lender. To get started. Go to rocketmortgage dot com slash brain stuff rate shield approval. Only valid on certain thirty year purchase transactions. Additional conditions or exclusions may apply based on Quicken Loans. Data in comparison to public data records, equal housing lender. Licensed in all fifty states and m l s consumer access dot org number three zero three zero. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, I'm in Bogle bomb, and you know, everybody loves a good grip. Did if the classic creatures of legend and hearsay Bill, the Loch Ness monster, for example, or sasquatch are two can't be for your tastes. Perhaps your interest would be piqued by the group slaying. A giant snake with an elephants. Head said to hang out in caves of northwestern, South Africa, or the yeah, we basically the big foot of the astray, Ian outback or the Pingree a giant slot like Abe reportedly lurking in the Amazon rainforest on the border between Brazil and Bolivia if you're game to dive into the waters of cryptos zoology, you'll be there awhile because they are fathomless science, however will rarely dive in there with you. But it has on occasion made an exception for the yeti. If you were to ask, hey, are the yeti just a bunch of bears genetics would say, yes, the yeti or the great white abominable. Snowman of the Himalayas is one of the world's most beloved cryptos. It's a major figure in the folklore. Nepal and hikers are constantly reporting to have seen a giant white ape like creature stocking around the mountains. Some even claimed to have brought home a piece of one of these beasts a tuft of hair Abon, some skin a tooth or some abominable Deng. These yeti souvenirs have made their way into museums and private collections over the years. And now nine of them formed the basis for a study investigating the reality behind the folktales. The study published in the proceedings of the Royal Society b finds that of the alleged yeti bits, genetically sequenced by the international team of researchers all reveal themselves to be a very commonplace origin, eight bears and a dog. There was diversity in the species of bears. One Asian black bear was represented one Himalayan Brown bear and six to betton Brown bears. Other researchers suggest that similar genetic studies should be able to help unravel other cryptos legends where previous genetic studies of possible. Cryptos looked only at mitochondrial DNA this research team gave. Cave, bones, and wads of hair. The full works applied PCR amplification Maddock Andrea sequencing by the Conrail genome assembly and Filo genyk analysis. According to the researchers this makes the most rigorous analysis of anomalous or mythical Hamad like creatures today. Eight the team also sequenced mitochondrial DNA of Twenty-three Asian bears. And compared them with bears around the world. They found the Tabet and Brown bear to be more closely related to American bears than they are to their neighbors, the Himalayan bear. In fact, the two species probably split along two separate evolutionary lineages around six hundred and fifty thousand years ago during a major ice age. And just in case you're wondering who compiled the bare parts that the team used their research. They were assembled by eight 2016 animal planet team for a special titled yeti or not which explored the myths behind the monster. Today's episode was written by just shields and produced by Tyler clay for more on this and lots of other mythic, topics. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com. Hi, I'm Beth Newell from doctors. And I'm Peter mcnerney from the story pirates, and where parents comedian and the hosts of Reno's parenting. That's true. But here's the thing. If we're being honest, we don't really know that much about parenting. I mean, we do have a two and four year old and we've managed to keep them alive. But seriously is there a right way to do this. Are you asking me? No, peter. I know you don't know the. Nervous there each week. We unpack what we know. And don't know about how to raise kids. Well, our kids. Yeah. We've never met your kids. So really, I don't know what to tell you you want expert opinions child psychology, cool parenting hacks. I'm sure there's a show for that each week on our show. We hear our personal parenting triumphs and failure. And failures. I already said by