35 Burst results for "The Globe"

Olympics: The Salt Lake City Buyout

Conspiracy Theories

01:43 min | 19 hrs ago

Olympics: The Salt Lake City Buyout

"In february two thousand and two athletes from seventy seven countries gathered in salt lake city. Utah for the nineteen. Th winter olympics during the opening ceremonies ice skaters carried flags honoring the previous eighteen host cities. The crowd applauded for locations. Like lake placid bjork seat. Maria switzerland oslo norway more but when the salt lake city flag entered the stadium. Spectators erupted into earthshaking cheers for many salt lake. City residents hosting the olympics was a lifelong dream. Thirty years in the making after decades of unsuccessful. Bids they'd finally earned the chance to host the winter games. City officials hoped this would catapult their city to global stardom turning it into a booming tourist destination as their flag triumphantly paraded through the crowd. It was not hard to be filled with a sense of hometown. Pride however. Tom welsh the man responsible for bringing the winter. Games to salt. Lake city was conspicuously absent. Instead of celebrating he was facing fifteen counts of fraud conspiracy and racketeering. The us government claimed welsh ranna sophisticated campaign of corruption spanning the globe. He'd spent hundreds of thousands of dollars bribing dozens of olympic officials just to bring the games to utah. It appeared that salt lake city didn't earn the olympics at all. They bought them.

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Ex-Cardinal McCarrick Charged With Sexually Assaulting Teen

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 d ago

Ex-Cardinal McCarrick Charged With Sexually Assaulting Teen

"A defrocked former cardinal is the first in the United States to be criminally charged with the sexual crime against a minor former cardinal Theodore McCarrick has been charged with sexually assaulting a teenage boy in the nineteen seventies according to court documents obtained by The Boston Globe he faces three counts of indecent assault and battery the victim alleges McCarrick began abusing him when he was a boy and groped and fondled him when he was sixteen and as they walked around the campus of Wellesley College where his brother's wedding reception was being held in nineteen seventy four Mitchell Garabedian who's representing the man said in an email it takes enormous courage for a sexual abuse victim to report having been abused and proceed through the criminal process an attorney for McCarrick berry Coburn told the AP they look forward to addressing the case in the court room the former cardinals ninety one he was defrocked by pope Francis in twenty nineteen after Vatican investigation confirm decades of rumors that he was a sexual predator hi I'm Jennifer king

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International Climate & Food

The Highland Good Food Podcast

01:51 min | 4 d ago

International Climate & Food

"I'm so hopeful about the food system in the us and around the globe the organization. I work for food. Tank was founded with the mission of highlighting stories of hope and success in the food system. Ultimately we hope to shine a spotlight on the movements and organizations that are creating more environmentally economically and socially just food and agriculture systems the urgency of meeting the sustainable development goals in solving the climate crisis through agreements like the paris agreement is crucial. Especially as we're still facing the impacts of the in nineteen pandemic food bank works at numerous partners in collaborators throughout the united states to highlight food systems best practices and we're so grateful to share some of their work as they strived towards enacting more sustainable agriculture practices preventing food loss and food waste and ensuring abundant health equality and justice within the food system. Let me give you a few examples. In sustainable agriculture there are many organizations working to make farming more sustainable as well as more productive accessible and affordable. The redoubt institute is an independent research institute for organic farming with many projects looking at soil help and land health and one of their projects that thirty year. Long farming systems. Trial is the longest running side by side comparison of organic and chemical agriculture. And they found that organic systems are consistently more resilient and productive than chemical systems. Some other efforts to address sustainability in agriculture in the united states include the north carolina environmental justice network which aims to support communities of color disproportionally impacted by environmental degradation. These projects are essential for addressing sustainable development goals related to healthy and resilient environments that protect both people and planet.

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How to Keep Your Groceries and the Planet Cool

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 5 d ago

How to Keep Your Groceries and the Planet Cool

"Keep our food cool but they can warm. The climate are refrigerators. Can contain very potent greenhouse. Gases called hydrofluorocarbons or. Hfc's for short and these hfc's are often thousands of times more potent than co two when it comes to warming the globe. That's kristen to donio of the institute for governance and sustainable development and environmental group. She's has hfc's are in the coolant and insulation. Used in many refrigerators. They're not a problem at the fridge is working well but at the fridge is not recycled properly. The hfc's can escape into the atmosphere. The environmental protection agency has moved to phase down the manufacturer an import of. Hfc's by twenty thirty six but in the meantime very important that when we are by new refrigerators or recycling. Our old refrigerators that we do that responsibly. To donato's group has made a list of fridge models that use climate-friendly refrigerants instead of hfc's as she suggests bind through a retailer. That will help you safely. Dispose of your old fridge so with careful purchasing consumers can make sure their groceries and the planet stay

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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Illegal Ailens Speading COVID-19

Mark Levin

01:59 min | 6 d ago

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Illegal Ailens Speading COVID-19

"Got a kid in kindergarten, they just said today they want the kid muzzled with a mask. Even though covid's not any risk to the kid. If you have a loved one overseas, they may not let them come and fly. Just normal travel because of covid. They'll claim, But yet if you want to just come straight across that border and have thousands of people pouring in They don't give a damn about covid. At that point, they're letting them right in, and I can tell you I've sent people there to help Governor Abbott because the federal government has dropped the ball. So we have Florida another state stepping up to help. Texas actually took a trip out there about two weeks ago, and, uh, it is unbelievable What's going on out there and it's you know, you have the drugs, which is important. Criminal aliens, which are going to cause huge problems throughout our country. But the sheer number of people coming through there and all they do is they just give them a citation. They say. Hey, call this number and set up a date for your own deportation hearing. Well, no one's coming for that. These guys are gone. They're going and they're out into our country. And so this goes on for the next 3 3.5 years. You're going to have millions and millions of people, and it's not people just from Mexico or even primarily, it's from over 100 different countries. Yeah, When I was there, we saw people from the Middle East. You saw Asians You saw Haitians. Really from anywhere. People know if you just get to that Southern border That's your ticket into the United States illegally. And the bite administrations just going to let you right in. So how could you possibly have restrictions on U. S citizens because of covid, but yet have people pouring across and not just people pouring across. They're coming from every Part of the globe coming across the Who knows what the hell kind of pathogens they're bringing in. In addition to Covid, and yet the CDC does not care at all about that. And I think the reason is ideology.

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Iowa Summer Camp Sends Campers Home Early

Family Financial Focus

00:39 sec | Last week

Iowa Summer Camp Sends Campers Home Early

"Camp in New Hampshire abruptly shuts down and sends the kids home. WBC's art Cohen reports after just six days, parents whose Children were at Camp Quinta Barge in molten borrow New Hampshire were told to come and pick up their kids. Camp, officials said Delays in food shipments made it impossible to keep the camp open. But some parents told the Boston Globe that there were other problems, including hiring counselors just days before camp opened, who had little training. And some of the campers said meals were served multiple times on dirty dishes. Executive director Erik Karlsson blamed the problems on staffing and supply chain issues.

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Prince Harry Working On 'Intimate and Heartfelt Memoir'

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:51 min | Last week

Prince Harry Working On 'Intimate and Heartfelt Memoir'

"Prince Harry will soon release his memoir, maybe sees Deborah Roberts has the story just months after his stunning Oprah interview was reportedly angered the royal family, the Duke of Sussex, announcing plans to pin his own life story. Saying in a statement. I am not writing as the Prince I was born. But the man I've become. My hope is that in telling my story the highs and lows the mistakes, the lessons learned. I can help show that no matter where we come from, we have more in common than we think it's really going to focus on the people that have helped shape his life. And really come to discover the experiences that he's had made him the man. He is today the untitled memoir in the works since last year and will span Harry's entire life from his childhood in the spotlight to present day living outside the palace. The book reportedly a surprise to his father, Prince Charles. Tensions between Harry and the royal family have been high since he stepped away from his duties to make a life in America. So when I asked the question, why did you leave? The simplest answer is lack of support. And lack of understanding the publisher Penguin Random House, saying Harry will give the definitive account of the experiences that shaped him one of those becoming a husband and a father. But she also discussed with Oprah, I guess Highlight for me. Is Sticking him on the back of the bicycle. And his little baby, see? And take him on his boat rides or something which I never was able to do when I was young. This is the first time in modern history where a senior royal has written his or her own memoir, Usually other people write those books. The publisher says it will be released in 2022 Harry says proceeds will go to charity. But as you can imagine, there are strong opinions across the globe, many asking why others saying good for him?

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Say No to Plastic Plants With Ethnobotanist Kerry Hughes

The Essential Oil Revolution

02:27 min | Last week

Say No to Plastic Plants With Ethnobotanist Kerry Hughes

"I'm here with ethnobotanist. Herbalist and author kerry hughes is driven by a ten nations fascination with the role. Plants can play in our health. Her purpose is ethno botanical discovery and strategically innovating and expanding the boundaries of natural products. You may find more about her writings and activities at ethno farm dot com so gary. Welcome to the show so excited that you're here again. You're here back on our show for episode one nine be and it's been a while but i'm super glad you're back 'cause i always remember talking to you. I feel like my brain just loves it. I always learn so much when i get to chat with you. Thank you for having me. And it's a delight to be back. Because i always like talking to fellow plant nerds whenever i can find an audience. Well you've got plenty of plant nerds tuning and we love all things plants and essential oils. So let's start out with. Just what is ethno botany. I can hardly say that word. So how on earth did you become one yet. It's always an odd thing. You're at a party or somebody somebody asked you like. What do you do. I always have to think. Do i want to give them the simple version or the because when i say ethnobotanist that always prompt more questions and really. It's pretty simple so an ethnobotanist in its most. General definition is somebody who studies the relationship between plants and humans and but that can take many different forms. And i am like formally trained of a degree in it but You know it's there are academic ethnobotanist that that do barge kind of academic projects were there cataloging plants and studying kind of like anthropology. You know how do people people you know in various corners of the globe us plants and when we use plants you think you know a lot of people think maybe a lot of people think about medicines. I for some reason. But you know really. We eat them every day of course with vegetables but there's also plants that we used for building. Our houses are made of plants. You know and our clothes are often made of plants cotton and so there's fiber there's food there's medicine am. There's you know a number of different uses out there for plants and you know most of my focus has been with the foods in the medicines.

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Welcome to Audioburst’s World News Playlist

Audioburst Playlists

00:17 sec | 2 weeks ago

Welcome to Audioburst’s World News Playlist

"To audio burst. Listen up for the latest world news as we bring you the most important stories from around the globe. Updated day and night and curated into bite-sized bursts of audio from leading podcasts and talk radio shows.

Wet Notes - 7-18-21

Scuba Shack Radio

08:38 min | 2 weeks ago

Wet Notes - 7-18-21

"This is what notes here on scuba shack radio for sunday. July eighteenth two thousand and twenty one first up. Today is an update on the upcoming boston. Sea rovers clinic. Historically the clinic was held in the early part of march just before the start in the northeast dive season. The show actually happened in march. Two thousand twenty just before the country shut down it was probably the last scuba diving show before cove. It wasn't possible to conduct the clinic in march. Two thousand twenty one as we were still at a high point of covy nineteenth spread infections so the decision was made to move the show to the first weekend of october in two thousand twenty one fall in massachusetts. That should be pretty neat. Tickets are on sale now for the boston. Sea rovers to day clinic in danvers massachusetts. Right now the early bird special is still available. You can attend the daytime. Saturday and sunday clinic along with the saturday night. Film festival for seventy five dollars. You can pick and choose your options and that's a pretty good deal. Don't wait check out the boston. See your oversight for all the details and get your tickets now now. Here's something new to help you with your fish identification. It's something called name that fish dot com name. That fish dot com was created by a guy named jake easterling and he is the co founder of a company called scuba. School botox mission is to reduce the cost and time requirements to monitor coral reefs by using artificial intelligence autonomous underwater vehicles and citizen science. I guess and of course this work. Jake developed a database of fish and came up with the idea of taking people's underwater video footage and identifying fish in the video. If you go to the name net fish dot com website you can view short video on what the finished product looks like. Jake also has assured Tutorial on how to make a submission the site says it will accept dot m. p. four emo v dot j. peg in png files. Max file. Size is one hundred megabytes and must be at least seven hundred. Twenty p or higher processing time is one to five days the more fish more processing the rare species. The longer it takes to verify and if your quality isn't that good don't be don't need more time to process. There's a little bit of disconnect on pricing. Jake says into in his short tutorial that you can set any price you think is best but there's also a button that says it costs three ninety nine in any event. Why don't you just go out and take a look at name. That fish dot com. I recently hadn't really interesting email. Come across my desk a few days ago and it was from reef divers. If you're not familiar with reef divers they operate with the clearly came in resorts. Cobol coast on grand came and the little cayman beach resort and the beach resort. They're known for their valet diving. Well reef divers is expanding our operation in the caribbean to turks. Keiko's now they are partnering with east bay resort on south. Keiko's it looks like they plan to be up and running there by late. August east bay resort sits on a mile long beach and boasted. Every room has a beach view. To get south goes she'll need to fly into providence jalis and then you can take either a short air hop over or board the ferry. It's not that long of a ride resort officer an all inclusive option. That seems pretty good reef divers outstanding operator in the caymans so sure that you can look forward to superior valet service from nemo turkson. Keiko's as well so many places to go diving. What it dilemma. Just about every week. Get an update from michael light. Any contains various tips and tricks for better underwater photography plus they also provide some product updates but also in this email is some other interesting information last week. They introduced me to an organization called washed ashore and the articles title said using discarded plastic to save the ocean. Now washed ashore. It is a five. Oh one three or c three nonprofit arts and environmental education organization aimed at bringing to light the world's plastic pollution problem. Well how well washed ashore started by angela ponzi who is a lifelong lover of the ocean and after the death. Her husband from a brain tumor. She turned to the ocean for healing. What she also found was that the ocean needed healing as well so she turned her artistic talents into creating sculptures. That are marine-related using the plastic. That is washed up ashore and they do some spectacular sculptures. I was also amazed by the fact that they have over fourteen thousand volunteers. Working with washed ashore. These are not small sculptures. Either you can check them out at washed ashore and take a look at some of their work. You will be amazed well. I'm sure that we've all heard about the billionaires who are competing to go into space amazing stuff for someone who grew up at the start of the space race in the nineteen sixties. But there's also another race going on and that's the race to build the world's deepest pool at the top of the list. Right now is deep dive. Dubai located in nod al sheba. Which is fifteen minutes from downtown dubai. It's an amazing sixty meters deep. That's one hundred ninety seven feet and contains fourteen million liters of water or three point. Seven million gallons. The pools constant thirty degrees celsius or eighty six degrees fahrenheit. It is team doesn't abandon sunken city. Now that's pretty cool. They have an onsite hyperbaric chamber restaurant gift shop and dive shop. Put this in perspective. The other deep pools around the globe include. Why forty in italy at forty two point one five meters deep spot in poland at forty five point four meters and there's either one coming online or it's online and crom cornwall england. That's called blue vis at fifty meters deep. I wonder if there's some kinda limit on just how deep can build a pool. I'm sure we'll be amazed and finally today. Here's another message in a bottle story. this time. It comes from michigan. It seems that jennifer dour the owner and operator of nautical north family adventures of scuba snorkeling. Glass bottom boat company was cleaning a windows on her glass bottom boat in the cheboygan river when she spotted the bottle inside. The bottle was a message from ninety. Five years ago it read will the person who finds a bottle return his paper to. George morrow cheboygan michigan until where it was found. The message was dated november. Nineteen twenty six. Jennifer posted this on social media and george morrow daughter michelle who's now under seventies reached out michelle indicated that her father was probably eighteen years old when he put the message out. There sounds like the battle didn't travel very far. However now i wonder just. How many messages in bottles are out there. Well that's it for this edition of wet notes here on

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NASA App Tackles Mosquito-Borne Disease

Innovation Now

01:07 min | 2 weeks ago

NASA App Tackles Mosquito-Borne Disease

"Bite they. Buzz and pesky. Mosquitoes spread diseases. That kill nearly two point. Seven million people a year but nasa has an app that can reduce mosquito problems. This is innovation now. Nasa introduced the mosquito habitat map as part of its globe observer program. The app includes training. That makes it easy to identify and eliminate mosquito breeding sites. It also gives citizen scientists. The option to identify mosquito species that could transmit sika or other diseases. Satellites can't see mosquitoes but they do provide observations about the environmental variables where mosquito populations can thrive by generating ground based data with the help of worldwide citizen. Scientists the app provides information to validate the satellite reports and help us better understand our earth system and through a new globe observer feature public health officials can access local mosquito observations to help reduce the risk of disease in their

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Oxfam: 11 People Die Of Hunger Each Minute Around the Globe

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 3 weeks ago

Oxfam: 11 People Die Of Hunger Each Minute Around the Globe

"In a report titled the hunger virus multiplies Oxfam says the death toll from famine outpaces that of covert nineteen which kills around seven people per minute the anti poverty organization Oxfam says eleven people die of hunger each minute and that the number facing the famine like conditions around the globe has increased six times over the last year Oxfam America's president and C. E. O. Abby marksman says the statistics are staggering but we must remember that these because I made up of individual people facing unimaginable suffering Max boot adds unrelenting conflict on top of the cove it nineteen economic fallout and the worsening the climate crisis has pushed more than five hundred twenty thousand people to the brink of starvation I'm Charles de Ledesma

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"the globe" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

Stansberry Investor Hour

02:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"the globe" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour

"Assets is very difficult. And that's the issue that the industry faces and why you can get a very asymmetric return in the oil and gas business. I mentioned know the that equity costs of capitalist ten to twenty percent which is the return investors receive. But you could get this. A symmetry where commodity prices go very high and the reason for that is there is this disconnect or lack of functioning in the financing markets. Where you really can't borrow a lot of money from banks. You can't aggressively lever up to grow production. Investors don't want you to grow production and so instead of expanding. The acid side of the balance sheet companies are doing the opposite of what they've done for history. Which is they're actually trying to shrink the liability and equity side of the balance sheet. So they're paying down debt. They are returning capital. Shareholders through dividends and share repurchase programs which are creating value. And so when you shrink one side of the balance sheet the other side has to shrink also and so we would argue that besides are the the world. The globe might not be spending enough money on oil production. So what are the signs of that If you look at the offshore market you know where thirty percent of the world oil is produced. The rig count is less than half of what it was at the peak if you look at capital expenditures globally. There half of what they were at the peak. And this is at a time. When you want to normalize basis once we come out of cova demand should go back to where it was. The economies have grown. Our estimate is that it will go back and it will start growing albeit at a very slow praise. But you're going to see very high relative to what we saw last year oil demand so going back to the hundred million barrels a day of demand. We think is reasonable. The question is if people aren't spending in a depleting business will we have the supply and that's the big question mark so going back to my original question then that you're implying like the the you know the push toward renewables is not making any kind of a meaningful dent in in demand it may be discouraging investors and that may be you know setting up some an actually pretty good situation for for contrarians but.

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What Does the Future of Money Look Like?

The Big Story

01:59 min | Last month

What Does the Future of Money Look Like?

"Jordan. Heath rawlings is the big story. Michael doyle is a freelance reporter and journalist based in toronto who examined the future of money in canada for the globe in mail. Hi michael jordan. Can you start us off. Just because it's such a useful way to think about this. At least i found it useful by telling us the story of money on the island of yap certainly Yup is a tiny island. That is now part of micronesia in the south pacific and for hundreds of years. They had a very unusual form of currency and that was these gigantic limestone rocks and the bigger they were the more valuable they were and also of course the bigger they were the more difficult they were to actually physically exchange with each other so over time they Just left the rocks where they were and In order for them to figure out who owned which rock which note of currency for lack of better term. They created basically a form of a ledger. And in the form of an oral history of who owned each rock and how the rocks transacted from person to person on the island and so that's how they effectively did business. That's how they exchanged Goods and services for hundreds of years. Now tell me how that relates to wear. Our use of money is heading certainly It's actually a really great analogy. Because in one example it sort of captures a snapshot of what money has been for hundreds if not thousands of years since the since we came up with the idea of money however long ago that was And at the same time it also short sort of shows us where technology is going to change money in the near future so the question of what money is a really weird thing. it's kind of like a philosophical rabbit hole. You go down but at it. Sort of core form money is

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Binance Runs Into Trouble Around the Globe

Techmeme Ride Home

02:01 min | Last month

Binance Runs Into Trouble Around the Globe

"The hits keep on coming for crypto lately. The uk's financial conduct authority has ordered crypto exchange by nance to stop all regulated activities in britain by june thirtieth and has issued a consumer alert against the company quoting the financial times by markets. Limited is not permitted to undertake any regulated activity in the uk. The financial conduct authority said adding quote. No other entity in the finance group holds any form of uk authorization registration or license to conduct regulated activity in the uk and quote by nance markets limited is not approved under the fca's cryptocurrency registration regime which is required for uk groups offering digital asset services. The entity had applied to become a registered cryptocurrency company with the regulator but pulled that application last month according to to people familiar with the situation. The watchdog confirmed the application had been dropped quote filing intensive engagement from the fca. And the focus in deciding whether or not to approve. Such applications is on a review of controls and practices to prevent money laundering and the financing of terrorism. Finance is one of the most important operators in the fast emerging crypto market offering a wide range of services to customers around the world including trading in dozens of digital coins futures. Options stock tokens as well as savings accounts and lending. It recorded crypto trading volumes equivalent to one point five trillion dollars last month. According to data from the block crypto and quote actually the hits keep coming for bytedance in particular lately quoting axios this past weekend alone. It ran into obstacles in japan the uk and the canadian province of ontario on friday. The japanese financial services agency issued by. Its second warning in three years that the company isn't registered to operate in japan. The same day finance decided to stop operating in ontario where authorities have issued notices to at least three other crypto exchanges over the past month accusing them of failing to comply with regulations

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Technology's Growing Role in Dermatology with Jon Friis, Founder, and CEO of Miiskin

Outcomes Rocket

01:55 min | Last month

Technology's Growing Role in Dermatology with Jon Friis, Founder, and CEO of Miiskin

"Is one of those practices practices that for example. If you're in a rural area you know it's it's difficult to get access to these types of things. Their appointments are. I mean you try to get on a dermatologist's office forget about it. It's two three months right and so access is a big issue so tell us a little bit about how your company. My skin is adding value to the healthcare. Consumer you already started. It's festive for me to do had so many interviews with them. It's all saying it is take to some some areas chew two full months to get employment in the birth parts of the globe. It's it's over twelve months so basically if you put more jobs more things that the democrats should do the office. He simply doesn't have the time but he could see the patient with the highest need if the patient come more educated if the patient has opportunity to themselves in a different way so that when they come and see them and he sees the patient at the right time basically putting the hands and the effort and the investment that in time that somebody has to do in order to create images. Take him at his conveniently. If you'd put that in hand of the patients the patient become The patient become more creates a more awareness about their own and they take more objective decision based on objective information instead of subjective feelings and that integrates into the healthcare if you share these images with the healthcare you both luggage telecommunication in hills mode. You can amplify and bolster the the outcome of the initiative but at the same time the majority of the task the time consuming powder tax is with the patients at home inbetween concentrations to actually improve outcomes when you see the commission.

Advancing NLP With Project Debater With Noam Slonim

The TWIML AI Podcast

02:00 min | Last month

Advancing NLP With Project Debater With Noam Slonim

"All right everyone. I'm here with no i'm slonim. Noam is principal. investigator of project. debater at ibm. No i'm welcome the podcast. Hey hello sam. Thank you for having me. I'm really looking forward to digging. Into our conversation. We're going to focus of course on product debater. And what's new everything about that project. But before we dive in deep there. I'd love to have you share a little bit about your background and how you came to work in a so I did my university in angels lhermitte and machine learning lab. This was laid to nineties. More or less. I graduated in two thousand and two and i walked mainly on Information to take methods cluster analysis and related goten and the main data that was considering back then was the textra later and in two thousand thousand and two i moved to princeton new jersey to do my can mean two thousand and seven i joined. Ibm search and i walked on value. Spacek and in two thousand eleven. I suggested to work on project the battle and this is what. I'm doing enough stan. Years also nice. Nice end was debater in existing project at that time. How far along was it. So he has an interesting history because You know we have this tradition in. Ibm lee search of fat grandchild In artificial intelligence so back in the nineties ibm introduced the deep blue that was able to feed the galley kasparov in chess. In two thousand eleven ibm introduced watson that defeated the all time winners of the tv glacier game jeopardy and just a few days after this event and eamon was sent to all the thousands of philly soldiers so ibm across the globe. Asking us what should be the next grand challenge for. ibm

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Why We Need to Include Human Behavior in Climate Models

The Academic Minute

01:44 min | Last month

Why We Need to Include Human Behavior in Climate Models

"As the negative impacts of climate change are being felt across the globe. People are taking actions from installing solar panels on their roofs to joining student led climate strikes however these types of human responses are generally not included in models used to predict future climate change instead the climate models tend to assume a fixed pattern for human behavior and that people will keep acting the same way regardless of how many heat waves hurricanes and other climate induced disasters. They experience so my colleagues. And i incorporated human risk perception and behavior change into what we call the climate social model and found that in our simulations these human factors mattered quite a bit as the global temperature rose and led to increasing extreme weather events. People started doing more to mitigate their greenhouse gas emissions. they changed their behavior to reduce their emissions. The most when it was easy and affordable and when it was socially supported by others when we compare different types of human responses in our simulations we found that behaviors that are performed once but lead to emissions reductions for years afterwards so things like insulating homes or adopting hybrid vehicles. These behaviors led to the most meaningful impacts on global temperature on the other hand behaviors. That need to be continually performed to maintain emissions reductions things like manually adjusting thermostats or driving fewer miles in cars. These did not lead to much global temperature change in our simulations we also found that the magnitude of uncertainty from the human factors in the model was similar to the amount of uncertainty from the physical factors and so altogether. This work indicates that including human behavior that is responsive to our changing planet in our climate models would likely improve their predictions

Between Two Wings With Travis Ludlow

Between Two Wings

02:22 min | Last month

Between Two Wings With Travis Ludlow

"Hello everyone and welcome back between two rings. I on your host emily norman. Today we have at travis low with us. He is a pilot in the uk and he is about to set off on a huge adventure to become the youngest person to fly solo around the world. Chavez thank you so much time to talk to us. I know you're leaving in a few short days. I'm sure your schedule is very hectic. Hi emily thank you around me on is great tokyo's aways and it is very hectic actually. Yeah today i've been buying stuff Last minute stuff for For the trip find did at bbc interview. Id today as well which is exciting but yeah leaving this coming thursday. So does the twenty seventh of may so is already soon. And everything's just crazy right now and But i'm so excited to go. Yeah i can imagine you must be feeling so many different emotions right now absolutely. I'm a- i've more excited than i am scandal novice but instead of getting nervous for flying into these countries that you know who knows what's wanted one will be like in these places so i'm bit nervous for that butts. I'm really looking forward to. And i and i finally set off funding. Make this dream a reality. Check definitely and i see you have your route right behind you but before we jump into that. What sokolow of about the requirements you have to meet to break this world record show yet so To break the world record of the youngest person to fly solo around the world in it'd be flying in a i was single engine aircraft Maximum gross takeoff of something less than twelve thousand pounds. Or something like that. I'm pretty sure So to wait below that limit But is that. I also need to Suck and navigate the globe basically equal distance. I fly to cancer. So that's twenty one thousand five hundred twenty miles or thereabouts Which means Technically i could flights north pole circle the north pole wants and just zigzag until done twenty one thousand five twenty miles. Obviously that's very fun. It's a lot more fun. Just fly around the world and seal these crazy places on maitlis people and obviously you need to be younger than the current world record. So that's that's how you get it.

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"the globe" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

02:23 min | 5 months ago

"the globe" Discussed on Cineflek

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"the globe" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

03:49 min | 5 months ago

"the globe" Discussed on Cineflek

"It's a bizarre category. And they all like the the way they get setup. It's always super bizarre. Lake with actress musical comedy. Like you have like rosamund. Pike and on your taylor joy but then you also have like kate hudson in like. It's just such a weird mix. I feel like like dairy different performances. Like i feel like i. Also i feel like it also shows the i mean you know music for a number of reasons like should but it also just shows you how weak of a year it is in this category because like i mean look the a. There's people that could have been before. That's what i'm saying. But like but like i feel like i feel like just especially like usually there's there's a star is born. Ah there's Or the shape of water or something in there. That's just like this. Has oskar traction. But i just feel like. There's nothing this year. That has oscar traction in this category See and that's interesting. Because when you are saying that the first thing popped in my head. I was like two bummer In the height. Scott delayed. Because i bet if that had cohen lowest supposed to that would have swept all spielberg's west side story over general. Here yeah for sure but in the heights especially would have been really cool to see her. I agree with that so this is this is where i thought my because my big my big better than night which was wrong was that Was it the old white people would not like borat to yes. And when when rosamund pike upset upset murray back lava. I was like i was really feeling like you. I was right here and then they win. The main two two of the main awards psycho script but rosamund pike. I haven't seen it yet. I'm excited to see it. You've seen it. It seems kind of gone girl like thing. Yeah i so. I watched it literally yesterday. And it's my first twenty twenty one release. That hasn't been at a festival so that's been kind of fun So like in that regard. It's definitely like my favorite of like actual wide releases of the year. I was really good and like there's a lot of criticism in like controversy around it or whatever wa which like gone girl had the same thing so it's like it's nothing new for rosamund pike but she's amazing in it. She so good and i i put it in our group chat but i think it reminds me of promising young woman a little bit. In how like i. I would describe promising. And women is having an aesthetic that like gets boiled down to like bubblegum. Fuck you then. I care lot feels really similar to it. But it's almost like fuck the bubble gum and fuck you and it's just like it's got that snappy attitude that's really fun and rosamund. Pike is like on her a game and it's just like a blatantly. I don't care if you like this movie like fuck you like. It's happening anyway and it's just oh it's so good i really like it. I've got a question for you. That just talk to me. Do you think they should put promising. Young woman in musical or comedy See and that's where. I find that the like the split of like musical or comedy kind of confusing and like i care is getting branded as like a black comedy like it falls into that realm which makes sense but like i find it and promising young woman so similar in its towing that line of like satirical almost like mocking and away like..

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"the globe" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

05:03 min | 5 months ago

"the globe" Discussed on Cineflek

"Like. The ceremony overall nine heated. I but my thing is like at the end of the day. I don't like award shows in general like even like the oscars last year. I was like so annoyed with the entire time. Like the opening number setting all these films that like don't get any kind of acknowledgement. Like comes shit makes me mad and like the golden globes didn't have that necessarily but like there were just just i dunno it just felt so devoid of like anything worthwhile away like it's a three hour award ceremony and like i felt like they were prioritizing stuff that didn't need to be prioritized board. It was it was. It was really odd. Because i think i think the awards like i think of all the award shows like golden globes might suffer the most from being online. Just because i think the r- the reason the reason i watch the golden globes. Especially before i was into movies was was like celebrities in a room getting drunk and like ricky surveys making fun of him and that was always just like a good vibe. That was always just like you could tune in and just like in the past in the past like five years actually. The golden globes are up in ratings. When most other award shows are down. So i mean they've actually done a really good job with the ceremony for a long for like for for for a while. I know aside from the pa and their whole like the congress diverse now thing but i mean like just as an award show like which also i don't even have to credit the h. b. for that because usually like some showrunner that puts it together as it but yeah can't rip on them fuck them so so i think i think just like the lack of having like celebrities all in the same room linked drinking tables and like a red carpet just read. Carpets are so ridiculous. And i know like it's like i. I know people get annoyed at lake. Who are you wearing questions. And all this stuff and all the focuses on like the dresses and all that. But it's kind of fun. I kinda like it again. Why people.

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"the globe" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

05:04 min | 5 months ago

"the globe" Discussed on Cineflek

"Hello everybody and welcome to another episode of sin. Affleck i m eastern coburn and i am clear cardis Welcome everybody. We just watched the golden globes clara. We did we. We just finished watching. What was that thirty minutes ago. Yeah yeah yeah it ended. It ended at eight So the golden globes are as weird as they always are. I think there was a time early on where you went. Four for four. Maybe six six same. I was at like a good one hundred percent estimates correct until we hit like tv properly. And then that's where no weird. My big upset was. I started losing was when they did best original song because that was which which the song one from life ahead was a which weird. But i was really surprised by that. Yeah that was. Yeah that was. That was a super big upset. So there was a there was a time when they were going very conventionally and the near the end the got kinda weird culminating in the the win that. I think everyone's gonna be talking about after this. Which is android day for billie holiday. Yes i feel like for me. Like i need to figure out how to be happy for her as a person. Just be upset that that one. 'cause i cus Her speech sounded nice. Like i like she seems like a great person. Like i'm genuinely like it's great to see great people when awards. Yeah it's just like. I don't know why we keep awarding just like mediocre 'bio-pics on lake singers from like the sixties like wire like. It reminds me of judy so much. Yeah judy was a surprise for me. Judy was not a good movie as a. I don't know how everyone i remember. That year was just like everyone just decided. At some point that renee zellweger was just going to be the person that we even the like schutte won oscars and everything in that in that case like android as different but like we just all like There was some point where everyone is just like. You know. it's it's renee zellweger year and everyone's like okay like people like. No one was really protesting it. So i just hope that doesn't happen again this year. It could you know. I brought up the point that it could be like attaran. Edgerton win that in a few years ago where he won for elton john. And it's like golden globes win like doesn't have any traction at the oscars but like what what what are your thoughts on that that one specifically because that's the one crazy..

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"the globe" Discussed on Scene N Nerd

Scene N Nerd

03:07 min | 6 months ago

"the globe" Discussed on Scene N Nerd

"The i guess the sag awards the screen actors guild. So as you know. Many of the peers are are the ones who voting who are making these recommendations the nominations four for these films button and these categories versus the foreign press. That does the globe says If your point about the other the other minority. I pronounce it Showing up in the foreign film category versus you know the best pitcher Is interesting to see how the different the different who select these boards You know make their nominations and stuff and then of course that's already critics. Choices came out today and they had like everything and they also included The sound of metal. So i i've seen the sound of metal f- i i watched malcolm murray over the weekend really like that and i I need to watch mar- rainy. And i need to watch promising young woman because promising young woman i will. I will be shocked from what i can tell. If carey mulligan doesn't get an award. Yeah yeah i i watch. I watch my rainy over the weekend and really really enjoyed it. Mazing film chadwick was obviously great. Nfl it But also viola davis mean she she brings it all the time to it was it was really really good. Really enjoyed it And also stick at the sag lists stars one night miami on that we both watched that one too and And i was happy to see it See it'd be animated enforcement. Regina king was also nominated for best director globes and and sag for for that Film as well so I notice sag. I guess has a better track record of like more. Oscar predictor of it you will. We'll see when we get the oscar. Nominations hell hell these three other award shows compared to to to the oscar. Nominations that will that will come later. I guess feels so weird for february and to not even have oscar nominations. Yeah yeah it is it. Is i guess. The show got pushed back to april. And i think the side is in april as well and i guess the globe later i guess a couple of weeks but it does seem weird. Yeah i don't know. I i mean there's been plenty of times when the when the oscars have taken place on my birthday so to me. It is probably worry but marches around the corner. Penwith march comes falcon winter soldier. Who dropped a new trailer During the super bowl. And will and i of course missed the trailer and so we watched in on youtube..

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"the globe" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

01:46 min | 6 months ago

"the globe" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"Now. We would have had a real story. If because i thought you were going to hell of a drive through site that you're gonna say the meter son just shit on. That would be damning evidence solvent meter pillow so later apologized salvin said the harper thomas wife bonnie your wonderful neighbors have deep respect for him. He feels being dragged through. The mud. seems unjustly so several other neighbors expressed support for harper include. Dan mcglaughlin dog owner. He said i've never unkind world dog on and he's got some special insight on this and i've never seen the kind of behavior tribute to him now out of curiosity and again like again meter pick up shit not great this facebook thing dressed knock great bob hold onto neighbors. Nassif found people who said nice things about christine casual or meter or no. But not the story. do you think any other scenario. Would there be a story in the boston. Oldest man didn't pick up the craziest along the globe. Effort you're the real journalistic failure here is. Where's the interview with the dog. The dog is the one who suddenly decided to shit tommy. Harper's launched true pow. Wow indeed bad reporter battery bad holder. Kazuo reported harper. The police. October twenty seventh. He told the patrol when the police headquarters that our dogs have been relieving themselves a previous day's neighbor's property which he describes woodland area which he saw harper staring at a woodland areas anything like a forest. It sounds harper told the investigating officer. He was merely looking at casual raking his lawn casual game the finger called him a dirty old man but she denied. Now i wanted. And that's so they're coming for her job to basically She's done castro. said harper. Approach is great..

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"the globe" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"the globe" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"And recognize my handwriting. All over sometimes Michigan Scrawling sometimes careful and precise but one that I had had carved with my own hand and I wouldn't have been able to do this without employing a woman's right to choose. Yeah it almost felt like there was a bit of counter programming against the apathy of the hosts to who had who had specifically scolded people so in advance about giving political speeches and I think people kind of took that as an opportunity to stick their thumb and it was a different globes to me right. The Globe says in the past. It's been kind of the tipsy Oscar. The kind of the Sillier funnier drunker. This did not feel like that to me. This felt with a couple of exceptions. Tiffany OUGHTA shoot you. Heard in the intro when the award for Chernobyl was announced saying Noble as perhaps no one ever had kind of a you get at a car you get but other than that. It didn't feel that way. What you're what you're indicating? There's a lack of energy which was again the apathy apathy of the host leaches into the preceding when something like When Kate McKinnon comes out to do our introduction to Ellen Degeneres and she's just kind of striking out with this great forceful do a arm swinging dry? Then you're like okay. Somebody's here to have fun. Yeah so who do you think. The chances have increased decreased. have a I mean again. We've we've talked about many times but the globe does its own thing but I do get the sense. That Brad Pitt's chances went on following this because there's a lot of momentum at the back of once upon a time in Hollywood in general I I think Laura dern chances went up she for supporting actress For Marriage Story I think J.LO's chances I don't know I don't know what to make of J. Chances. That was kind of a weird. Let's not forget Jaylo nominated for Hustler's didn't win lost to Laura Dern I admire both of those performances in very different very different ways I mean you definitely definitely had some foregone conclusions that were cemented I th. I was very happy to see parasite win for foreign language film. I really liked that Renee Zellweger performance in Judy that won for best best actress in a drama. I will talk more about that. I think closer to to Oscar season. As far as WHO's chances went up or down. I don't see a lot of momentum. Some for the Irishman with the way with no wins you don't see a lot of momentum for the two popes shut out dolemite is my name got shut out. I think nine hundred seventeen in winning best drama gives that movie a certain amount of momentum going into the announcement of Oscar nominations. That's opening wide on Friday. Yeah I think you know one of the things I would normally say. Hey the Globes have nothing to do with the Oscars but you know somebody did point out this week. The Oscar voting period is only like a week long this year. And we're right in the middle of it and it's not that. It's exactly a predictor. But you know maybe you hear about something and it causes you to at least get out and say before a vote. I should see this so maybe you know or if you were thinking well. That's not a plausible winner. That's you know this one's a foregone conclusion maybe this changes your mind and maybe it does affect back to your your vote Anything else you WANNA say before we go justice for forty justice for fair enough. Well that brings us to the end of our show. We want to know what you thought about. The Golden Globe boards find us on facebook at facebook dot com slash PCH or tweet us at PCH. Thanks to both of you for being here and staying up with me you you and of course thank you for listening to pop culture happy hour from NPR if you have a second year so inclined subscribe to our newsletter you can do that. NPR Dot Org Slash pop culture newsletter. We will see you all right back here on Friday..

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"the globe" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"the globe" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

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"the globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"the globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"What they're gonNa do is season two and that's a good start well because it's weird because it's not it's not the first season you know what I mean so like if it were the first I season I'd be like yes. FLEABAG will win. phoebe Waller Bridge will win. But it's not it's over so they're not like maybe phoebe Rachel Brosnahan has won the last two years in a row. You know so it's true. Okay couple were supporting categories and other acting categories. TV remaining. Anyone really sticking out for you that you're rooting for or you think it's going to surprise us. Justice for Andrew Scott Hydros for Andrew Scott. I mean just disagreed with you about while bridge I'll say justice for Andrew got for sure who needed for an emmy? We should note and but dig it dominated here and I would love to see either merit weaver or Caitlyn Dave from unbelievable Win because once again an unbelievable it's incredible. I think a lot of people really slept on or Toni. Collette like any of those three women who were nominated for that show Really really good. If you haven't checked it out. What a fun watching insist that could be for you over the holidays but I think that could it could? It really could be like that this netflix project. That like people don't see coming at the Globes it could be. It could be unbelievable this year. Believe it or not okay. That does it for this week's episode. I will be back to record after the Golden Globes next week so Everyone get ready to see how these predictions sounds panned out for us In the meantime find Vanity Fair Dot Com and on twitter at little Goldman and on our own. I am at Katie rich and Mike Mike Underscore Hogan and Richard Riles and Joanna Gerald. This and Anthony President can. This episode was edited and produced by Brett Fuchs..

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"the globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

12:48 min | 1 year ago

"the globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"Are right around the corner and we're gathering together to throw out our Golden Globes CBS predictions. Because it's going to really sneak up on us after the holidays and which is exciting because we always love having an award show to dive right back into so we're going to go through the Golden Globes Nominees and make our best stabs at predictions as we always know. It's best not to pretend you know too much. Because the Golden Globes a particular can be really weird and surprising. But we're going to go through movies in television and try to predict what happens and hopefully we get some right. He does want to start at the top and go into best picture drama. Which I actually don't think I know who's going to win? Yeah I mean that's Like you said that this is a hard to predict a job. Because the age of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is made up of sort of a secretive group of you know of not that many foreign journalists but my gas is. They're going to say the Irishman because it check enough boxes. It's appealing to a wide enough kind of selection of people even though it again. That's a narrow voting body. I don't think the Netflix thing will be a problem. I I think we've kind of gotten past that at this point. So that would they don't. I don't think they have an issue. Outright flicks right. Yeah Yeah I mean. The problem for Netflix is the contingent of the the academy and some of the other guilds that is feels protective of the theatrical model. But I don't know that anyone in the Golden Globes voting thought he gives a damn about the American attractive of they're very protective getting movie stars on their TV broadcasts. Yes Y- yeah. I'm tempted to agree with Richard. Sure just because Like that Pesha Pacino roles a nominated screenplays nominate. You know like it's it's. It's well nominated Irishman so. I think that I acre I agree a bunch of wacky foreigners did give joker the golden line advance trust as wacky. Yeah Joker winning. The biggest. Everyone hold onto their hats. Surprise you guys can imagine. That's because marriage story upsetting would be interesting nine hundred seventeen. I can definitely see as a contender but all of these like maybe joker in two popes are the ones where we don't be like. Wait a second. We've been misreading this whole race to be baffling and joker would be kind of ominous a something. Yeah what's up because it's all going to come down. The Globes is the Han foreign press. They love their movie stars to be on their TV show and then they also Kim successful campaigning like campaigning. Really works on them is what I've noticed eh straight so. I do think that Netflix feels like It's got strongest chance here. I have a formula for gauging. My my own predictions for Golden Globes. But it's a little bit cynical I don't know. Do we like cynicism on this podcast. I feel that the Golden Globes are pretty much irrelevant at least as a as a voting body. It's eighty seven people who so some are legitimate journalists some have more dubious credentials. The show itself has a kind of wonky history But I think they derive their legitimacy intimacy from the appearance of legitimacy so if the films that they recognize go on to win Oscars people say well the Golden Globes H F. It's a bellwether for the Academy Awards. which is the one that filmmakers actress studios in the public in general really cares about so I think so? I mean to malign anybody but I think often I feel like the Golden Globes give their trophy to the film that they think is going to win in the Oscar or as likely to win the Oscar. So they're actually. The Golden Globes are the predictions for the Oscar. Yes yeah spotting so. That's kind of like so what I think if they they don't WanNa go they don't WanNa make the wild choice because they don't want people to come back and go. Oh yeah well they go they go choose crazy things like they're they're contrarians. RHAPSODY did win in this category last year. So you never know through the that Nathanael. I think. That's a good argument for Irishman because it's got such a prominent spot at the top of the race and also I think a good argument for what's time in Hollywood in the comedy category. which to me need that one seems like a much safer bet given on board for both of those? Yeah that's that's the one I think we'll win it and we've talked about this just the last thing about. Mary store like Mary Marriage story had landed differently. When it premiered on Netflix? Then we'd be having a different conversation but it landed in the midst of this very silly. I don't know I just feel like marriage story. You got on a lot of different sides by just the discourse in a way that even despite the discourse around the Irishman the Irishman didn't so yeah I could see those is that marriage story has become kind of a joke like I feel like whenever I see people talking about marriage story now they're kind of mocking it and the the intensity of the emotion or the melodrama of it and. I don't think that's a good that doesn't feel good in terms of its awards prospects especially think Status Conscious Golden Globe. Voters would look at it. No we don't WanNa vote for the movie that everybody's kind of making joking memes about. Yeah if I had been asked to predict which movie of the fall all would become the blake. Have a very hilarious Matach to it. It would not have been a no about about divorce. I think you're right that I mean at least from our sort of filtered perspective which is you know looking at twitter all day or whatever that that particular marriage to remain which is the four panels. You know them fighting with overlaid text La- it does kind of frame. The movie in a context that I don't think is really beneficial to I think you guys are two extremely online. I don't know when I've been having conversations and we're about marriage story admittedly I I'm dominating these conversations but it's just about how good it is so I don't know I feel like twitter is doing its twitter thing but I'm not sure that that's ask the conversation that's happening among award season insiders but maybe the FBI on twitter ruins things. I don't know I mean you guys are all season insider so so maybe I'm I'm probably just out of it but But yeah I I want to resist the notion. That twitter has ruined A marriage story. But I do think that Ed Murray story doesn't have the epic you know. Sweep of the Irishman and it doesn't have compelling of a kind of you know capping a series series and a career or several careers Of An argument the way. That Irishman has Irishman just has a ton of sort of is like a little bit of a freight train coming into this thing with a lot of weight behind it. That being said like the third thing that Hollywood foreign press is obsessed with is is is anointing new talent They love they love ushering in the new and planted their flag on that. And so I think just as the Irishman is like here is the end of not end of like closing of an era of a kind of you know actors and film making a ball Blah like Adam driver and Scarlett Johansson are like of the now generation like you know Oh right now if you're listening in January right now. We're in the midst of an driver. Fresh air controversy I suppose but like driver being anointed as like you know who's already worked with Scorsese who's been anointed as as new thing. I think that that is appealing link could be appealing to the gloves with that. Might be more relevant to discuss in the acting categories that in this category all right because my do comedy. Yeah I mean I think Katie. You're you're on the nose with with Hollywood I. I would be surprised to see JOE JOE or or knives out or Dolemite win. I mean rocket. Man You know like you know did win a best picture trophy at the Golden Globes last year. So so maybe that has has more legs than than than I think it. It does but if Joanna's bribes have gone through the F.. Jeff but I just I don't know I just can't see them not rewarding not only Clinton Tarantino movie not only a Brad Pitt and Leo DiCaprio movie but also a movie about Hollywood. It just feels like those three things combined makes it kind of a syllable. I'm with you on all those points. Hundred percent well then. Let's combine all of them into best director and figure out who we think is going to triumph here because as I go through our weekly predictions on our awards guide like basically feels like Scorsese and Tarantino are tackling back and forth as the best picture best director front runners. And I kind of almost feel like you could flip a coin on these two in this category. I I think it could go either way and You know sometimes when you have a coin flip situation where voters feel strongly about two individuals They look for a way to split the vote right or split it give recognize them for one thing or another thing and I think like if if if Tarantino doesn't get director I could see that going to scorsese and then screenplay going to Tarantino Yeah because that's where Tarantino tends to end up right like he's well Oscars for it like it's just kind of people like oh I mean. Of course he's amazing filmmaker but it's the writing or you know it's it's a safe place to put him. Um We're certainly score. Says he has more of a sort of great director from the You know the seventy golden age of cinema kind of aura about him while Turkey does making movies about that Eric Score says he was making that era. I don't know I have this weird feeling that because it's it wasn't able to be nominated in the best picture category that that some voters might be like you know we'll give it among Juninho here. It's an amazingly directed film. It is by some of the movie of the year. I thought that too. Yeah Yeah when you go. Galaxy Brain Sir thinking about Oscars and best picture the whole preferential ballot at the Oscars which we can get into later like. It's not really possible to slip boats because you know if one of them is in first place in the votes get allocated gated so the Irishman versus once upon a time in Hollywood like that won't factor in but in director at does so you could also imagine score says he and Tarantino splitting the amount of affection and bonking Ho kind of cruising losing to the top which has happened before I could also see San Mendez. Just coming in here with with that kind of slightly strange Win You know we'd we'd be that strange but I could see. I don't know blood also won last year. So if we're going by the same metric of like like parasites in this other category just like Roma was right right. Most people angry most people seem to consensus agree that it was maybe the best film of the year. Then then will you know will honor June in this category up here. So is there not cinematography because that would be maybe an eighty eighty young technical prizes. So maybe weirdly Sam Mendes could get you know the nineteen seventeen Oscar. Because there's no Oscar to give Roger Deakins and bugged me a golden glove. Oh and then Bongino gets the foreign when everybody gets gets a statue of very spread the wealth money it. Yeah I mean if if the nineteen eighteen seventeen surge is going to happen start happening. It's going to be there because running out of things for which would be interesting but I think I feel like if if we want if we can move on to actors Like I feel like that's where the Globes can get kinda weird. I guess it's usually in supporting Aaron Taylor Johnson winning for nocturnal animals or something. Thank my favorite. And even though the Globes are not all that useful as kind of clarifying metric I will be curious to see how the great it kind of best actor shuffle. That has been this season is sort of you know. Sort of sorted out by by this category. Because like you know it's it's been such a competition and even just get nominated because there have been so many huge performances in two thousand nineteen I fear Edge. Joaquin Phoenix Win for for some reason for some reason I'm thinking Antonio Banderas Harris has probably bear hugged all eighty seven members of the fit. Like I I was like I wonder if it's because I've just been thinking like oh it's driver. It's definitely driver but like like Mary getting MEEMA FIDE and then driver getting like vilified for this fresh air thing who knows how long this news cycle last. I Apologize College is once again. We're in the midst of it. Released Star Wars is also going to happen on the Globes Gasol night at my next point where the the rises guy workers is currently currently sitting with a nice fifty three percent rotten score on rotten tomatoes so I thought it was just going up and up and up for driver and instead there's a bunch of roadblocks that I did not not see coming so does rise of skywalker.

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"the globe" Discussed on Unobscured

Unobscured

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"the globe" Discussed on Unobscured

"Imagination and provoked at least one leading politician outright obsession in fact it's easy to trot out these details about its rapid spread or about the interests of royal families and famous writers to prove that point but one of the things that so remarkable about spiritualism is what happened in England and in Rochester through this movement people who would otherwise have been overlooked girls and a country farm and workers in a Yorkshire factory or being heard across the world take Emma Floyd was born to a simple London schoolmaster in eighteen twenty three when she would later make a name for herself she would write that the neighborhood where she grew up was the resort of thieves murderers and outcasts not an auspicious place to start a life of worldwide renown and things only got worse when his father died the oldest fortunate it wasn't long before Emma needed to help support her family to keep them all out of the workhouse Emma later wrote that she was never young joyous or happy she did have though was music likely fish Emma started working life as a music tutor she was talented enough though that she didn't stick to teaching and within a year she was performing publicly on stage and that's what brought her to the attention of a man named Pierre the air to a French piano empire his family had fled the dangers of Paris for the safety of England when he heard 'em play in his London Shop Pierre offered to loan her an instrument of her own if she would agree to spend some time every day playing in his showroom it was only a matter of time before things had settled down enough for him to return to Paris and bring Emma along with him so it was a fateful offer because peer brought something else to his new families music business an interest in the occult during the day Pierre started offering spaces his shops to a group called the orphan circle their rituals included drawing transitions from sleep walkers and clairvoyant children in the tradition of French mesmerised often they wanted someone to set the mood soon enough ammo was performing accompaniments for their seances must have been quite the change for Emma one moment she is working at a piano shop to entice visitors to buy expensive instruments and the next she was being asked to help a group of cultists channel spirits from the world of the dead but it didn't take long for the orphan circle to determine that Emma was a suitable instrument herself they figured out that they could easily magnetized her and once she was in a trance could play any piece of music they wanted on command for a while this became Emma's routine but word got back to Emma's mother with an ominous tone her daughter was trapped in Paris under an evil hand Satanic influence and physical evidence supported their fears the perfect circle was ringing her out like an old rag injuries from overexertion during transits shredded Emma singing voice her mother demanded her return to England where she demanded her to get rest and then find normal work on the stage again but Emma would never forget the power that had moved through her so maybe it's no surprise that when Maria Hayden arrived in London Emma soon started to make public appearances alongside her as a second medium then in eighteen fifty five she would even sale for America following an invitation to perform in one of the grandest cities in the country Emma was headed to Broadway before we move forward we need to take a step back back before cates and Maggie Fox held assailants in Rochester before chorus Scott filled that blank slate with otherworldy writing before emma sat at the orphanage circles piano before all of that there was bell and like the girls we've met so far she come to carry the Mantel of modern spiritualism into the eighteen fifties here's Margaret Washington professor of history and American Studies at Cornell University city as she would say she was practicing it before she even knew that there was something called spiritualism Bell was born in the same land Andrew Jackson Davis would grow up in the eighteen twenties but bell was older than Andrew to and her experience of life in the Hudson valley couldn't have been more different than his she was born sometime just before the year eighteen hundred but the dates recorded you see right there in New York Bell was born into slavery here's Margaret Washington again she would say and actually she did say that when she was born there were no ships there were steamboats it was a whole different world you can imagine living in rural Hudson Valley New York in the wintertime and not having shoes that was the fate of the enslaved African Dutch people where she grew up and that was pretty much her fate bell was never educated as a child she never went to church bells mother gave her a deep sense of faith that was a mixture of pious Dutch calvinism and the traditions of her African heritage Wjr and even from a very young age bell had a second sense clairvoyance has seemed to guide her through life and it was through people like bell that Africans Ritu -ality would come to be another major influence on American spiritualism spiritualism has interesting connection just what we call African ninety the idea of people connecting to the other world was something that African took as uncommon. I mean that's just the way it was there really was no break between the earthly life and the life of the beyond one of the formative experiences for bell the one that confirmed her spiritual sensitivity and set the course for her life in motion was the death of her beloved Father James no longer work they left him to fend for himself when he went blind though there was little he could do to care for himself after all most of his children had been sold away from New York related cabin and killed him when he died the white family offered to provide a funeral the funeral consisted of this pine box and lots of and that was basically sort of a high falutin funeral for slave for bell it was so disgusting Remembered that and she took comfort in the feeling that came over her afterwards and it stayed with her the rest of her life it was the sense of her father there's guiding presence she always said that throughout her life she and her father talked to each other she maintained that she was channeling her father on many occasions that was very important to her he was her shining light to makes us very clear in her narrative of how important he was to her so from the time that she was young Bellwood turn to spirit voices when things became difficult worked especially hard they would earn their freedom when the day came though he laughed in her face he claimed that she hadn't kept her side of the bargain despite she went to her little island area and she asked God what she should do because he had broken his promise and God told her she should leave and said well how can I leave they'll see me and God told her to leave just before daybreak when everyone was still asleep in the household woke up to find the kitchen empty bell was gone she had walked away from her enslavement with her infant child step toward becoming the woman that changed the face of America a woman that we know today as sojourner truth a metaphor her story makes clear what was at stake in the battles she would fight for the rest newsbeat shuffled from bondage to bondage for the prophets of powerful slaveholders or whether black families would be able to break the system of channel Slavery awesome and revolution a force that was all too familiar to someone else the spiritualists.

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"the globe" Discussed on Unobscured

Unobscured

09:58 min | 1 year ago

"the globe" Discussed on Unobscured

"And waiting to be filled as she copied out her lessons it was warm afternoon in the fall of eighteen fifty one and even at eleven chorus curiosity news spread like lightning of course after sitting and spiritual seances at wholesale chorus parents could hardly be views about what they were witnessing as he talked with the neighbors her father David realized that his family were the first spiritualist reach Wisconsin he'd come to launch the Western inch of Aden Blues Hope Del community chorus new spirit messages had become more important than any utopian experiments so he took up the mantle of missionary for this new age of spirit revelation. David's teachings kindle just as many flames of fear as it did lamps of inspiration for example Mary folsom the eighteen year old teacher at chorus school was deeply shocked by all of it she was a devout Christian and in her view it was her less since that should fill chorus late cast from the seat of authority in favor of the girl Mary fumed from the sidelines surely there was only one way to understand her displacement by mysterious intelligences from the Spirit World Cora was in the grip of demonic possession so Mary took the rare she begged that the evil influence over the girl would be cast out and then she waited for results the stories kept coming though in fact it seemed like chorus dances were happening more frequently now even as Mary's anxiety grew chorus family moved forward and embrace their new mission one Sunday morning most of Mary's relatives decided that instead of attending church they were going to assay ons with Corre to hear from the spirits it was everything the young teacher had feared they apes out of the house much to Mary's fury leaving her behind with her father while they were gone though Mary felt the spirit power for herself was in the kitchen laboring over the dirty dishes when an invisible wait slammed into her body crushing her to the floor some voice in a language she didn't know or understand launched from her mouth the sound brought her father in but there was nothing he could do to break her free from whatever pinned her down in fact Mary later said that she felt lift her off her knees and lead her toward her father's Bible Mary's hands flip frantically through the pages were her fingers trace the words visions dreams signs wonders miracles when the grip of the power left her Mary and her father were both shaken but her anxiety was also gone the spirit power hadn't driven her away from God but toward him she was left with a fresh determination to seek out right and talk with the spirits when she finally sat down with a girl things started the way she expected a strange voice was speaking rapidly from the eleven role in a language Mary couldn't understand but then her own moth started to move suddenly she was talking with Cora in German the two them traded comments while they're puzzled families watched from around the room chorus German mesmerized translated for the crowd wonder you see Mary didn't know German and certainly hadn't taught her student to speak it soon enough Mary was following in course footsteps around Waterloo dispensing medical advice from the spirit world as far as they were concerned the miracles that have been promised in the Bible had finally arrived but Mary quickly found that she had simply step from one side of the argument to the other she knew do she had switched sides but as far as the local churches went she had crossed the line the churches in Waterloo held a revival meeting pastors earns preaching against the growing interest in speaking with the dead even the local doctors took a turn urging their neighbors to come to them for medical advice rather than a pair of young girls with no medical training claiming to get their messages from spirit powers but these warnings landed with a thud after all the people they were shouting against were teenagers here's who said they just wanted to be obedient and follow the truth what threat could these girls pose against the authorities in their community here's historian and Brown in some ways this spirit medium is like a mirror image of the ideal Christian woman at the same time that she pushes the characteristics of the ideal nineteenth century Christian woman to as extreme so you know what sometimes referred to as the cult of true womanhood in the nineteenth century posits the notion and that women by nature are pure passive and pious if we women have these spiritual qualities more than men to then they can sense spirits they are perfectly suited to be vehicles for Divine Knowledge Cora Mary and their families were to certain of this new power to be put off by the outbursts scared leaders who saw their followers slipping out of their hands the power that spoke through the young girls was greater David found himself in a fight for his daughter's legit the MRI he spent every waking moment of the next few months traveling the region and proclaiming the amazing news of his daughters contact with the dead often accompanied by Cora and her German mesmerised to demonstrate that the dead were striving to reconnect with the living an outpouring of spirit voices followed in there wake and rather than catching the spirit of revival from their local churches the communities around Waterloo Wisconsin began to sprout with new mediums at the horizon dozens of American life this exciting new religion was finding a foothold.

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"the globe" Discussed on Unobscured

Unobscured

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"the globe" Discussed on Unobscured

"Welcomed on obscured production of iheartradio Aaron Monkey Corre sat under a canopy of Oak trees she held a blank slate in her Dan studiousness kept her at work while other children played in the trees around her people who Corre said that she was much like Andrew Jackson Davis a relatively ordinary child when her family was still in New York living at Aden Blues Utopian Community Wholesale Aden's daughter Abby was his teacher and her notes from the time give us one small clue to the future that was coming for Cora Abby wrote the girl was an excellent performer she shown in the theatricals they held at the community school even more frequently friends and relatives remarked that Cora was sensitive she was always a well of emotion apt to burst into tears or laughter and a moment's notice an unkind word a misunderstood expression or any surprise affected her d. blay. She wasn't particularly precocious for her age they said she likes school but she wasn't over studious intelligence but a bit of a dream they said so it was no surprise on that warm. Wisconsin afternoon with the sounds of other children playing around her neck she fell asleep in doing so she also fell into history when she woke up Cora found that her slate was covered in writing guessing that one of the other kids had done it as a joke she went into the House and asked her mother to help her wipe it clean Cora's mother took the slate from her but froze when she read the words it began my dear sister and at the bottom it was signed with the name of chorus aunt who had been dead for decades what scared her mother though was that some of the kids who had been outside with Cora had knocked on the door and our before they told her they'd seen something strange the Kora had been writing in her sleep scrubbed off the slate and handed it back to her daughter without a word but it put her on alert two days later as Cora's mother sat sewing she saw the girl again started does in the heat of the day when she tried to wake the girl up Cora didn't respond she started to worry that Cora was coming down some kind of sickness but she also noticed a stray range trembling motion in chorus hand remembering the slate she stopped trying to wait corre up and instead she put a pencil in the shaking fingers and Cora began to write one message after another flowed out signed by different members of the family all of them were dead short her that Cora wasn't being harmed she was simply put the perfect vessel for them their new means of communicating with those on earth this time Cora's Mother didn't keep the news to ourself soon the house was crowded with visitors who all came to see the girl who could write in her sleep one German doctor who was familiar with mesmerized proposed chorus parents that he should put Cora into a magnetic trance to see if she could speak with the spirits on command they must have agreed in the following day's core and the Dr were working together for long hours inside her parents home treating patients and providing diagnoses sometimes for up to six hours a day in the of an eye wisconsin had its own miracle girl one who could open graves in her sleep so this is on obscured. I'm Erin Maki.

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"the globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"the globe" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"I was starting to get concerned that it was gonna fall out of the out of contention. But so I think this is good news for that film for sure I really loved John David Washington's performance in that I'm really excited about it. But is this like a Hollywood royalty thing that the Golden Globes likes to do from time to time was he missed her Golden Globe. And some some reason pass right? I think they just really liked that movie. I mean, I think that that the atom driver nomination, spike, somebody like that will be for whatever reason for me. Anyway, it's been kind of an awards question, Mark. But it keeps popping up. And so I think again that that could be the academy goes to nine or ten or even eight like that. I think that we could expect to see it there. I also do think vice end black klansman there's sort of a little bit of a tradition. Probably the coolest thing. The does is reward movies that talk about how shitty America's. They're sort of like guys we have to spend a fair amount of time here like this is kind of a health scape. And this you should watch this movie. I know I keep lake sort of strong arming us back to TV when we're please full on full on film awards season. But I think he was talking about pose getting nominated both you know in in the drama category. And then a nomination for Billy porter. Because that's that was a surprise to me in a really pleasant one. We tend to think of or I tend to think of the PA as more conservatives mostly conservative or maybe Baksi conservative, and I was just really delighted to see in there. So that's a nice some nice representation for that show, which I guess won't be EMMY eligible until next year is that right? Premier? It is one of the shows it's grown constantly like I feel like every week. I see more people being like, oh my God. Wait pose. Can I ask a weird possibly completely irrelevant question because I'm gonna let you guys know right now, it's going to be my mission to get Catherine O'Hara an EMMY win for shits creek this year. I love her is shits creek like so I never saw it until it popped up on Netflix and suddenly was trending every day. And now, I'm main lining it. And it's the greatest thing ever. Why hasn't it gotten anything? Is it just because it was on some random Canadian TV channel? And will it have a chance Joanna? I don't know. Can we make this happen? Yeah. Let's do it. It airs pop before like, you know, what is pop has original programming. I only know about it because of the TCI's, and they do a presentation every year the TCI's. So I know all about pop I only know about it. Because when I watched creek on Netflix. There's a pop tile. And then I'm like, oh that exist so Papas in running. She's creek for several years imported out of Canada. And then I think he popped up on Netflix last year and a bunch of people start it, you know, like. Three seasons. N people started binging, and it's so good. I think Richard, and I are both huge fans that show. Mike, welcome to the party. Katie. I got maternity leave coming up. I'll I'll have a lot of time to watch it. I think Kindy TV in general doesn't get we seeing a lot more of Canadian imports because Netflix, Hulu and all this dreamers who are really thirsty for content. Are like, oh, here's a source for English language programming that we can pull down. And so we're seeing a lot more of Canadian programming on streaming. But I think it's just not like CBC programs don't campaign, I think in the same way. So I just don't I don't think you know, they're seeing that. Well, but let's do it. Let's we're going to make it happen. So I just wanted to interject briefly we should mention since we are an award season podcast that since last time we recorded. We now have all of our award season owes lent or main ones lined up, which is Kevin Hart will be hosting the Oscars and Sandra Owen, Eddie Sandberg will be hosting Golden Globes. Sandra Andy Sandberg is like a really funny kind of odd pairing until you go and watch their presentation at the..

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"the globe" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"the globe" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"At so you got to make sure that you understand manipulated markets the stock market one of the reason of so many laws and the stock market like insider trading so on it is because theoretically they're trying to avoid manipulated markets put the currency's the money that's in your bank account federal reserve central banks of we've got some music gone to see what we got no always like street musicians were walking into who were there and caesars i don't i can't stand play i think there you don't want an on society do not listen as that zach will say anything for an effect talk about manipulated market so i think golden globes in twenty years it'll be completely different there will be the golden globes as we know it the votes will be done through the block chain they'll be verified by people it'll be a blind and honest that's that's how the judicial system supposed to be zach do you think there is a mode yeah but the voters who selects the voters it aimed history were in the morning yeah the academy awards golden globes the judges are selected in its carnival pool of people that all know each other that's not a fair way to vote one of the premises of democracy here radically was that if you make it fair for people to vote you'll get the best candidate and you can't just say you know oh you have to have a harbour degree to be at the united states that would skew the sample said you know it has to be the best person rises to the top golden globes should be the best movie no matter what i know there's a lotta politics there's a lot of things that go on behind the scenes but this is a microcosm of bigger problems in the world in all the golden globes it's not a big deal if ruin river didn't win but it is a big deal if you're school system and you grow up learning stupid subjects that a central educational group of people who don't really give a sheet about you there's some federal government group decides oh you're not gonna lie.

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"the globe" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

The Tai Lopez Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"the globe" Discussed on The Tai Lopez Show

"S in one called association vice in availability vice in all these things they caused us to make mistakes and how we take action how we think through things and when you talk about politics we're talking about the golden globes it's a lot of the human brain making mistakes in assessing things so crypto and block chain technology whether it's bitcoin are things built on a theory um uh these have the potential to take out the human emotion so that you get better answers like a calculator were you say what's twenty seven times 27 you don't want a motion involved it's an actual number you want logic zach what's 2017 turned seven forty so as that that your public school education come within the play or private school yes soda i'll tell you the second you should use the calculators use a calculator a friend the do that's why can't and so when it comes to the golden globes whether they're corrupt or whether a book about donald trump is accurate or not part of the problem is there's too much injection of the cognitive by says there's too much for one of my mentors out nation said thai when you're playing poker after thirty minutes you don't know the sucker is you're the sucker and so when i watched the golden globes or read a book about politics i'm always trying to be sure i'm not being made into a sucker by people who are biased so trust me the movie wind river shoot a 1 something for shirt have been nominated so what ends up happening in the world is we all get a subpar experience in life because things get manipulating.

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