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ICE unveils new rules limiting arrests and deportations
"New guidelines expected to sharply limit arrests and deportations carried out by immigration and Customs enforcement. Ice agents and officers have been told to prioritize the most pressing threats to national security or public safety. When deciding which people to arrest, detain and deport Theus Associated Press
"theus" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"So don't do not get it twisted and think that Oh, this is some something that has not never happened before. And the missus so terrible and where we in these savages and all of that this is how this country was started. So there's a great piece out right now, and it's called Black Lives matter Boomerang. How media flip script on violent protests after capital riot and this is not anecdotal evidence. This is real stuff. That happened and part of it. That's really amazing is that a lot of these publications started changing how they described These riots. Theus Associated Press argued that focusing on rioting and property destruction rather than underlying grievance has been used in past to stigmatize broad swaths of people. Protesting against lynching police brutality or for racial justice going back. And so they changed it, they said. Unrest is a vaguer, milder and less emotional term for a condition of angry discontent and protest Ng So in other words, they softened up because They wanted they believed in the movement. Right is a ride as a ride is right. That's it. And this is part of the problem with changing language. It's Orwellian. It's double speak. If someone is setting your business on fire, and Craig Melvin is telling you that it's mostly peaceful. That is not true. And you should believe your own eyes before you believe any Chiron's on CNN. We're gonna get to more of this. We have a great guest at 1 30. Susan Free T o from the Washington Examiner. I'm so excited to talk to her. She's a tough cookie. She Really took on Brian Stelter in a podcast a few months ago, and I never ever forgot it because I loved the cut. There's some cuts Jared in this biz that you hear and you get goose bumps because it's like, finally someone got told what you've been thinking the whole time, and that's what she did to Brian Stelter. My first deal guys for the phone's being sold out right away. Everyone knows how much I love. The phones be in its located on the pristine keys are Lake in north sudden New Hampshire. Dennis who's the innkeeper has put so much love and attention into the design of the 17 unique story. Guest rooms. This place is quintessential New England. It's so cozy. It's so nice. It's so peaceful. I can't think of a better time. No in history, where people could go and relax a little bit and take their mind off the day today news This is the place to go. My room was absolutely beautiful. I stayed there. And after I when I called my parents, and I said, you guys have to check this place out. My parents left to walk. They love scenery. They love looking at leaves and stuff. They went. They absolutely loved it. They bought. They got this deal that we ran the other day, so they're gonna go back. This time of the year. You can take advantage of fallen speed ins snowshoes and discovered the beautiful area. Of course, At the end of the day, you'll want to sit in front of the fire and enjoy a nice glass of wine.
"theus" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Hampshire, a state representative among those taking part in testing of the Corona virus vaccine developed by AstraZeneca. And Oxford University, a Dorchester woman surviving falling through her back porch that accident caught on a doorbell camera. Yesterday. Black Friday today is small business Saturday designed to support local businesses. Milwaukee County, Wisconsin, completing its recount of presidential ballots, with only minor changes and vote totals. W I s C televisions. Naomi Cole's reports. Dane County hopes to have its recount completed by tomorrow. The end of the recount could be just the beginning of lawsuits. A conservative group is asking the state Supreme Court to allow Wisconsin's Republican led legislature to choose their own electors. The lawsuit that was filed Had basically try six toe completely over time. The election they're making a factually ludicrous claim. That's University of Wisconsin political science professor Can mayor Another lawsuit brought by the Trump campaign, claiming voter fraud fails. This one in Pennsylvania, tossed out by a trump appointed judge, ABC. White House correspondent Rachel Scott says the continued stonewalling on a concession from the Trump campaign is not stopped. The Biden transition from moving forward didn't seem telling me that those lawsuits are desperate and meritless, making it clear It does not change the fact that Joe Biden won this election and the president elect is moving forward the transition. He is expected to announce members of his economic team next week. President Trump also turning his attention to George's to run off elections that will determine Control of the U. S. Senate, the president urging supporters to turn out on January 5th supporting incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Leffler for do being challenged by Democrat Jon Ossoff's Leffler faces Democrat Raphael Warnock. If the two Democrats win, there would be a 50 50 split in the Senate, with Vice President Kamila Harris casting any deciding vote. Theus assassination of Iran's top nuclear scientists. Creating a new challenge for President elect Biden's hopes of negotiating a re entry into the nuclear treaty. President Trump pulled the United States out of that packed. Here's NBC's James Long maned. Iran is already vowing revenge, and this puts President elect Biden in an awkward position because the Middle East it's already in a tense situation. This pushes the situation there. Further to the edge just before he takes office. Iran is blaming Israel for the assassination. No comment yet from either Israel or the Pentagon. Special Thanksgiving this year for the families of 150, Rhode Island National Guard troops They returned from a 10 month deployment in time to celebrate Thanksgiving at home. More than 150. Men and women from the 115th military police company landed at T F Green Airport Thursday and we're reunited with loved ones at the Community College of Rhode Island. 115th was deployed in Southwest Asia and traveled to nine different countries. Maryland Congressman Anthony Brown delivering this week's Democratic address, Brown outlining House Democratic support. For American troops and their efforts to address systemic racism in this year's National Defense Authorization Act. Acknowledges some of the challenges being faced by the military bond of trust and respect between our military and the citizens they defend is frayed when our military is deployed in our cities and used to advance political ends from is the vice chair.
"theus" Discussed on The Showtime Podcast with Lakers Legend Coop
"Up your checks, where are bass Logan painted Vegas. I saw the song. Yeah, don't talk about breaking rules. Now, you know, if you live in a glass house do not throw stones. Yeah. Come on, New Mexico. Knock-Knock was a teammate October 13th birthday guys me and him the same birthday. Paul Peirce same birthday. Okay. Yeah. Yeah. We actually we used to race back in the day. I used to race who called each other first on the birthday just to just everything was about competition, you know, it is dark and I you know cross paths on a number of occasions documents to ask me for my tennis shoes after games when I play for the Bulls now, I'm trying to get a job from him how you know, that's ironic, right? That's how things work, you know, never Bridges manager. So I can tell you never know who's going to be able to give you a job one day. Who's the better golfer. You know, I've actually tried to get dark out on the course many times and he's kind of ducked me. But the last time I remember he was a a ten a nine or ten and that's kind of where I am too. So, we're probably pretty much pretty close to saying Michael Jordan the goat, you know. When you play Michael Jordan the night before you got to play Michael Jordan, you don't sleep too. Well a man. Yeah, you didn't sleep too. Well because I would say the difference between Michael Jordan and other great players, you know, put magic in that group Larry Bird, you know, you can go on and cream. I mean, there's so many guys that that are in that group the difference with Michael Jordan is Michael embarrass you if you slipped up he would embarrass you because you know, he had a swag. He's got the the long the shorts, you know, you know the and he stick his tongue out and he'd uncle and everybody and then your teammates would be pissed off at you the whole time. But Michael Jordan is his tenacity and you know, you've seen up close guys tenacity, you know, we play with even Magic Johnson after we retired and he was still a bulldozer. You know, you you around Kobe all those guys on that level with that type of birth. Honor, they're all bulldozers. That's why I would say you can't if you play with a guy like that, you have to accept and in respect and you know and think about this is who they are dead. And this is why they are who they are. And you all you're doing is you're along for the ride. So do your job, you know last but not least Joe weekly and before you answer. Let me try this massage real was a local hero who coached over Crenshaw High School, but he helped a lot of us when we were young young man playing basketball to Joe weekly tournament becomes something else in basketball as well as young people in our community your thoughts Reggie. Well all the guys in your podcast that you've named from our era and before long.
Witches and Demons and Priests, Oy Vey
"Every buddy. Hi, guys well from unseasonably chilly Salt Lake. CITY UTAH. It's thank God i May theus. podcast I'm Frank Kelvin and I'm Dan Beecher and coming up today Dan. We've got an interview with Andrew Gold. podcasters documentary guy journalist. T. TV percent presenter for the BBC really and all around fascinating cat. Yeah. who is going to tell us uh spooky ghost story. On goes he's GonNa tell us a spooky demon story. So even better than. That works for Halloween, which, of course, it is today. ooh. there. What what what's your bet? We'll anybody come to your door wanting candy. I'M GONNA GUESS NOT Not where I live. Yeah. But like probably very few trick or treaters in general because know. Tis Net. Now, you could get something really spooky like a global pandemic disease. So, there is that. But before we before we we talked to Andrew. We gotta get to some news. Dan's some stuff that happened this week. Big Old world out there. I've got a story about some some witches trying to do something about all that trying about trying to trying to help out in the World Oh. Okay. Trying to normally think. And we're things once went wrong. Okay. Yeah, this last Friday. Thousands of witches across the country. decided to cast a binding spell on Donald Trump. And ensuring his failure in the upcoming election in just a couple of days actually. Oh my gosh. So that sounds time. I hope I. Hope it works. Slow. Sometime you know. What's the thing about? Strange bedfellows. But nonetheless. Yeah I. Apparently. The you know which is have been working against trump even before he was elected the first time I remember there being a story about about them trying this that first election. I not overly confident that they're going to be able to succeed judging by their their past record. I don't know. Well, I mean according to this Article Damn that I have pulled up the number of which is in the country has been on the rise. So if it's a numbers game, they probably have a better chance than ever Yeah researchers looking back. You know to nineteen ninety estimated that there were only eight thousand wiccans in the United States. As of two thousand, fourteen, that's not you know. It's not yesterday but the Pew Pew Research Center. Estimated there were somewhere between one and one point five million wiccans or pagans in country. This is Dan I mean that's good margin of error for them, half a million people but. I'm just GONNA. Say I think that that right there those statistics are proof that the Internet's a bad thing. What the people have. There's so many more people calling themselves, which is at this point shut up. I mean unfortunately. I. Don't WanNa make too much fun of of which is or make it too personal but I know of at least a couple women here in Salt Lake who were out casting spells this weekend. Getting which I don't know if it was I don't I don't actually have a lot of details about whether they were participating this, but I would assume so but I think that that there's something interesting for happening in a country right when you go from eight thousand. Thirty years ago right to possibly a million and a half. Five years ago, right? Wow. Like there's something you don't know what people. Obviously there's a disenchantment with religion in general right and so this is maybe spiritual but not religious type thing right where people are Kinda, they wanNA feel a connection. Right. And I think to be honest. It's kind of fun I mean. It feels like it might be a little feminist in ways right absolutely and and so and I do think that that's part of the draw of of wicca is that it is a feminist or or or at least a woman positive in which in the religious world is vanishingly rare. So I'm I'm all for it on that front. It's just. I would love to see like numbers on Wicca, and how many wiccans Like are genuinely believers in these spells and stuff and how many just think of it as like you say, kind of fun. Yeah. I mean. But if nothing else they're really freaking out the Christians which I think is fantastic.
City, county of Los Angeles announce rapid coronavirus test study
"A County has been reporting about 1000 New Coben 19 cases a day on average. Meanwhile, officials are considering a new rapid Corona virus testing program. They say it could be a cheaper and faster way to help fight the virus is case here. W's Daniel Cherry guajillo reports rather than waiting 48 hours. Test results could be available almost immediately. Imagine waiting just 15 minutes to get a positive or negative result from a cove in 19 tests, l a city and county officials said this week. They're exploring what's called engine testing. It's a nasal swab test the searches for indigenes or toxins in the body. It could cost as little as $5 a pop. A study of stone its first phase, and they're starting with L, a firefighters, hundreds of which were required to self administer each an urgent tests results confirmed Theus secondary tests, including an antibody and lab based test, If successful, the second phase would be rolling it out to schools with Children, teachers and staff taking part in the study. This pilot program is part of a research partnership between USC the L. A County Department of Public Health. In mere Air Corps city's office. According to Garcetti, the new rapid an urgent testing program could be the quote game changer We've been waiting for Its full rollout, however, will not be rapid. If all goes well, Garcetti says Energon testing could be widely available in Los Angeles at the start of 2021
Prehistoric Marine Reptile Died After A Giant Meal
"Of millions of years ago. Reptilian predators called it. Swam the sees their fossils look fearsome but paleobiologist real SUITCA. Motani. Of UC, Davis says, they may have looked more like friendly dolphins maybe in life he feels might have been cute. But at least the smaller ones Martinis team studied one such specimen found in southwest China. It was two hundred and forty million years old fifteen feet long but it seemed to have some extra bones in it, which Montana's team termed to be the remains of a thirteen foot long the ladder sore or see lizard the this or had swallowed and spoiler alert the only reason they were able to see this animal in the belly of the or is that this gigantic meal never got digested the sword died soon after swallowing it. Motamed is careful to say they're not sure exactly why the theus or perished, but the specimen has a broken neck. So he gave a speculative play by play. Perhaps he says the source snapped at the C. Lizard, but the Lizard fought back and the Pike in between the two fierce probably. So the the or fought to subdue its prey damaging its neck in the process then it had dislodged the praised bony head entail from it's juicy midsection. Now, the have to do it through jerking. And twisting like the crocodiles do also bad for the neck and finally the sore had to swallow the animal perhaps using inertia show or gravity to shove the prey down its gullet and the two things are by the kind it was ingested maybe the neck damage was accumulated to certain level and maybe the Knicks could not support the head details of that ancient battle appear in the journal Science. In the reason why this analysis matters is you can only and I so much about who by looking at teeth this fossil offers direct evidence that these ancient beasts sometimes bit off a whole lot more than they could chew.
"theus" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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Trump denies knowing about allegations of Russian bounties
"Madeleine brand. It is the age old Washington question. What did the president know? And when did he know it? Theus Associated Press reports The White House knew more than a year ago that Russia offered bounties to Taliban link forces to kill coalition troops in Afghanistan. And The New York Times first reported yesterday that President Trump received a written briefing in late February on the matter, say Director Gina Hospital and director of National Intelligence. John Radcliffe criticized leaks to the media. But they didn't address the facts in the stories. President Trump says he never heard about it and claims it could be a hoax. Republican lawmakers went to the White House for a briefing yesterday. And today, Wyoming Republican Congresswoman Liz Cheney did not mince words. I want to be absolutely clear that America's adversaries should know and they should have no doubt. That any targeting of U. S forces by Russians by anyone else will face a very swift and deadly response. Democrats received their own briefing today. Adam Schiff, Burbank congressmen and chair of the House Intelligence Committee says he doesn't know why the president hasn't said he will get to the bottom of this. I do not understand for a moment why the president isn't saying this to the American people right now and is relying on? I don't know. I haven't heard. I haven't been briefed. That's just
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"theus" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Shooting guards to play in this game terrific player who be on the all seventy five a hundred year team whatever it is to me I mean the Browns creek but not take anything away from it Kobe was sensational but there it's it's kind of like into sports for me there's no comparisons third I don't even when when you have a hockey debate I don't even talk about Wayne Gretzky okay it's additional point is right there okay and the same thing in basketball Michael Jordan led the league in scoring ten times he was a first team all NBA defense nine times okay Ferris Bueller there for you but the reality of it is people forget how great and she was I tell you a quick story the Kenny Smith one time said he talked about when Reggie Theus got traded for Michael Jordan Reggie Theus goes a no rookie could replace me Jordan does for he said he's going to go for forty five in Sacramento that night he only scored forty three but Jordan the best line ever he goes you still got to come to Chicago I mean his greatness personified it's awesome that is great seven and one thing Michael Jordan did as well there's so many things that he did well but wherever he thought his game was deficient in the off season he would work at that's a weather was three point shooting or you talked about defense because when he first came in he wasn't the best defensive player but he works so hard to because he we already was the the best offense of guy but defense you know special teams so to speak I mean he did all of that stuff and he always found the open man weather was packs inner Kerr of whatever was our workhorse grand or whatever was that guy that was left open instead of taking that shot were I feel Colby if you see the double team come and he's still going to take that shot because he feels he's still the best option I would agree to.
"theus" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show
"Here's the here's the title. There is a God how the world's most notorious eight Theus changed his mind. Oh. Now. Flu says in his book after a lifetime of examining the evidence that he came to the conclusion there was a God after all any gave three reasons. Number one that nature obeys laws, which in his mind. Beg the question. Why? And so the answer that question would require any answer to that question would require design, and thus a designer that any answer to the question of any answer to the question of why nature obeys laws would require a designer. An employee because it implies design there's no other. There's no other possible answer. So the question then just becomes who's the designer? Number two the dimension of life itself. For example. He said that there's a hierarchy that some beings are more intelligent empathetic. And able to reason in other words that human beings seem to be shall we say set apart from the rest of life forms, which again in his mind only possible conclusion, you could draw from that is that there's design and therefore there must be a designer. And then the third thing that summed up his change of heart is the very existence of nature itself. Why is their life at all? Why is their desire to achieve at all? Why is their desire to advance? At all. Why do we exist at all without a designer? There's no point to the universe creating life like us. Particularly one able to mortally wound its own habitat as mankind. Frequently does. All of these arguments. The good arguments, by the way, good deductive reasoning. You know what though? They're also arguments that flew heard a million times prior to his change of heart. He debated scholars Gary Habermas his entire lifetime. Came from a Christian home here here all these arguments. He could have accepted these arguments decades before he finally did. But he spent those years saying yet, but. Instead. That begs another question. Why? Let me reset for you. If you missed the video the first time, we ran it. These are the twelve historical facts. No one's disputing these things. Number one that Jesus died by crucifixion number two that he was buried. Number three that is death caused the disciples to despair and lose hope number four that the tomb was empty which to Gary's credit. He notes that's the one that has the least amount of of historical uniformity. Okay. The disciples had experiences, which they believed were little appearances of the risen Jesus. The disciples were transformed from doubters to bold proclaim IRS that the resurrection. Was there central message? They were boldly proclaiming. They preached the message of Jesus's resurrection in Jerusalem wide important 'cause where did the events of his arrest and crucifixion all take place and his burial within Jerusalem's city itself or outskirts. So they are proclaiming something to people. That were witnesses to the events. They're claiming have now been essentially overcome. That's a tough audience to make your case to in other words. Yeah, they're not going to be they're not. They literally just watch. This cat. Get dragged through the streets guys. They're going to be the least prone to accept on blind faith this message. All right that after preaching. This message to these people in Jerusalem, which were the toughest audience possible to convert oddly enough that church was born, and it it actually grew that orthodox Jews who believe in Christ changed their day of primary worship to Sunday. Which also required changing their calendars, basically, the fundamentals of how they live their lives on a daily basis. Not just which we go to church. Our family right now, we've got a daughter who works and is finishing school. And we're trying to line up everybody schedules. Can we do Good Friday service and Sunday service? We go to church as Easter on Saturday, which one should we do..
"theus" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Trevor Bates of the Detroit Lions is facing multiple charges including assault and resisting arrest for allegedly trying to skip out on cab fare in queens, and then giving an NYPD sergeant a concussion cabdriver saying it's a disappointment. A lot of these young guys a little what's wrong with them. Thing that can do whatever they want. We'll be bad boys. I guess, you know, police say the twenty five year old Bates took a cab from and Hatton to his hotel around one thirty Saturday morning, but refused to pay thirty dollar fair. He was arrested and taken to headquarters where cops say they were forced to use a stun gun to subdue him after he became agitated and punched a police sergeant in the face Bates is a third year. Pro who had a brief stint with New York Giants practice squad back in two thousand seventeen before going to the lions nine environmental. Protesters are arrested for staging a die in at the rink at Rockefeller Center. Saturday a group called extinction. Rebellion says the protest was being held to Mark US. National rebellion day. Police say protesters unfurled a banner on the iconic statue of Theus. Overlooking the ice where eight people were charged with disorderly conduct one with reckless endangerment. One protester scaling the golden statue of the Greek God and covered it with a banner while other protesters lay down on the ice to keep skaters from circling the rig president. Trump's former longtime political adviser Roger stone out on bail after his arrest in Florida early Friday. Stone is expected to be arraigned on charges stemming from the special counsels Russia investigation on Tuesday, ABC's, Tara Palmeri reporting from the White House President is already distancing himself from Roger stone. A self-described dirty trickster who advise the campaign until two thousand fifteen when he departed President Trump tweeted, quote, Roger shown, even work for me anywhere near the election, which hunt Tara Palmeri reporting checking your W, O, R sports. Seventy Sixers lose to the nuggets. One twenty six one ten.
"theus" Discussed on Mythology
"Himself. Hercules, followed a guard toward yours Theus palace and common folk glared at him they shut their doors as he passed and through refuse at him out their windows, some even shouted murderer. They know me even here, I deserve this Hercules entered the palace and was led to the throne room upon the throne set a tall, muscular man, glaring down at Hercules with absolute disdain, the great, Hercules. I've been expecting you. I have come to serve at your feet as penance for for my misbehavior. I don't believe I've ever heard someone call child slaying misbehavior. I assure you king. I am penitent. Very well. Have you heard tell of the Niimi in Lyon, the great beast who's impervious? Hide allows it to kill men with reckless abandon one in the same. I want you to kill the lion. And bring me back. It's calms. My Lord if I may. Speak. If you must the lion cannot be killed. You send me to do an impossible task. I'm glad you understand the guards shooed Hercules out of the palace and sent him on his way. From top a hill. Hercules, watched the Nieminen lion stock a cow. The lions first shown in the daylight. It's movements, smooth and terrifying. Hercules, is narrowed he had fought many lions on MSA the're on this one was exceptional and appearance, perhaps even divine with its invincible skin. But it moved and hunted like every lion Hercules had fought before Hercules placed his sword and bow on the ground. They wouldn't do him any good against the lions impenetrable skin. Instead, he used his club. He sprinted down the hill towards the lion. It was stalking the cow unsuspecting and unaware of the Demi God approaching from behind Hercules raised his club. And brought it crashing down onto the lions back. Shocked the lion fell to the ground. The giant cat gasped for air the wind knocked out of its lungs. Hercules saw his opening and jumped upon the lions back. He wrapped his arms around its throat and squeezed the lion struggled against his grasp. It took desperate breaths, and it waived its massive claws. Hercules, saw those claws frightened by their size and sharpness. He had to end this quick or he might end up gourd he squeezed even harder harder than he ever thought. He could the blood of Zeus and the milk of Hera provided him boundless strength. The likes of which the world had never seen the lion rive in its dying moments. The fearsome beast had been slain. Hercules lifted the great cats corpse, but even with his superhuman strength. It would be quite arduous to carry the lion all the way back to tyrannies. So he skinned the beast, then fashioned a cloak out of its hide and a hood out of its face. He donned his new attire and marched back to the city. As he walked through the streets. The people looked at the glorious hide on his back. He could see their hatred slowly turned to admiration he done the impossible when Hercules entered the throne room king Uris Theus sat waiting yours appeared small wringing his hands eyes wide as he looked at Hercules, you've slain the beast and of brought it skinned approve God shoot him with an arrow. We'll see. If your words ring true. Uris? The could see his noble court grow impressed with the supposedly wretched man before them. He couldn't allow this to continue well child killer, it seems you're far more dangerous than I had assumed for the safety of my citizens. I command that you'd be dragged outside the gates of the city. You cannot drag me, but I will go willingly Uris Theus forced Hercules to live in rotting quarters to unstable for even his slaves
"theus" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Multi tenant. We built that for. We've works managed service, which is like a hosted promiscuous. And so we have many many customers come to us. We run their effectively we were on their storage. But it's actually cortex pretending to be multiple promiscuous cortex is multi tenant from beginning to end we talked about scraping process. And so we've gone over the basics of the data ingestion system, but permits the has a component called an ingest or explain what an ingest or is well in cortex, that's the piece that takes the individual services. They're not in in permit Theus itself. Probably mean same concept, it's taking the individual samples and stacking them up an applying the compression algorithm at so it it builds up a data structure, which which contains the time series over overtime. So so just to be clear so jester takes in the data that has been scraped. And compress it. Yeah. President formats is the the the promiscuous is is one process. All all of the components are software. You know, different parts of the software, but they're all linked together into one program. And it's sitting there it's doing the scraping. It's doing the compressing it's doing the storing stirring the serving of queries altogether. The cortex is broken out into Microsoft services that that each one does little piece of the job. And that's and that's how we can scale it by multiplying those services. So yeah. In ingest. I mean as a as a concept is receiving the data on handling it. And what we need to do fundamentally with the data is apply that guerrilla, compression that I mentioned earlier, and once we got a certain amount of data in memory. We want to flush it off to the long-term store. So that's the pattern is pretty much the same inside for media says it is inside cortex they're engineered differently. For different goals..
"theus" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Multi tenant. We built that for. We've works managed service, which is like a hosted promiscuous. And so we have many many customers come to us. We run their permits effectively we were on their storage, but it's actually cortex pretending to be multiple promiscuous cortex is multi tenant from beginning to end we talked about scraping process. And so we've gone over the basics of the data ingestion system, but permits the has has a component called an ingest or explain what an ingest or is well in cortex, that's the piece that takes the individual services. They're not in gesture in in permit Theus itself. Probably same concept, it's taking the individual samples and stacking them up an applying the compression algorithm at so it it builds up a data structure, which which contains the time series over overtime. So so just to be clear so jester takes in the data that has been scraped. And compresses it. Yeah. President formats is the the the promiscuous is is one process. All all of the components are software. You know, different parts of the software, but they're all linked together into one program. And it's sitting there it's doing the scraping. It's doing the compressing it's doing the storing stirring the serving of queries altogether. The cortex is broken out into Microsoft services that that each one does a little piece of the job. And that's and that's how we can scale it by multiplying those services. So yeah. In ingest. I mean as a as a concept is receiving the data on handling it. And what we need to do fundamentally with the data is apply that guerrilla, compression that I mentioned earlier, and once we got a certain amount of data in memory. We want to flush it off to the long-term store. So that's the pattern is is pretty much the same inside for me Theus as it is inside cortex they're engineered differently. For different goals..
"theus" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Well, maybe I mean, the the I guess the question is what would happen if you if you lost that disk, you know, if you had a a disk failure where you've written data. Now, you could assault that the discard where level would like a raid array or you could think about about taking that data and storing it somewhere else, we've given them contours for the basics of meatiest. What are the scale ability issues of running a permit Theus cluster? Well, actually that that word is is that's the kind of the crux of it there. There isn't really a concept of a permit. Atheist cluster. Verney Theus is is one process that the that runs completely on its off. That's what makes it so easy to manage. So whatever it's doing has to has to fit in the the memory of the machine that you running on us to all of that, compression, I talked about that take CPU power. So that all has to fit on however, many CPU cores you've got and the disco Hoste has to be available from one machine. So that's I mean, there are there are ways to kind of what they call a federation of for many Theus to cascade to do roll ups from permeates the have full detail to like a less detailed view over multiple of them that that's that's the idea federation by there. There isn't really a notion of a cluster, and basically one premiered assists as big as as one machine that you can get hold off to run it on. But if you write a bunch of data, and you never do anything with that data, then you end up with a ton of disks that you've horizontally scale. Pulled out to holder data. Right. Yeah. So so typically you you configure per Macy's with a with a retention time. And it will delete data older than that. Yeah. That's that's kind of your choice how much disk you wanna give it. I think somewhere in the tens hundreds of terabytes would start getting painful distant manage disc- store in that way beverages to cortex. What is cortex? Yeah. So cortex is a horizontally scalable times, he restore built on on ius and cortex aims to allow you to to run it as big as you need to that. That's what we mean by horizontally, scalable, each part can be multiplied and extended and it is also by design highly available. The all the parts are replicated. It works with long-term store stores designed for for your ability and massive scale, and it cortex is also..
Why one nun keeps a skull on her desk
"You're listening to the crosswalk with deacon Kevin Andrews a show about living life at the intersection of faith, family and vocations. And now your host deacon Kevin good afternoon. Thanks for tuning into the crosswalk today here on the radio network. I'm your host deacon Kevin Andrews. So if you're at home, if you're at work here in your car, just want to again, take the time to to think you for being a part of the bigger radio family in join us here on the show today. We're kind of picking up on that theme of vocations again, picking up from where we left off last week with our interview with other Kyle Manno the priests with a Mike in change in tunes a little bit and my guest today. Joining me by phone sister, Teresa leitheid noble. She is a daughter of Saint Paul and she has a skull on her desk as a memento Mori a reminder of her inevitable death. The ancient practice of remembering death recommended by scripture in many church fathers, and countless census changed her life and lead. To greater peace in union with God. She tweets about memento Mori at her Twitter account at pursued by truth. She is the author of remember your death. Memento Mori journal available now on Pauline dot org. And she has other book. Remember your death? Memento Mori lenton devotional that will be coming out this lent. Sisterly thea. Welcome to the crosswalk. Thanks so much for having on taking. Yeah. So before we get into the what the momentum Maury, and what that is. I think it's important. It's a great story that you have of your journey of faith because you are once in eighth Theus before you became a daughter of Saint Paul maybe just listener a little bit of background on your years. You're formidable years growing up, and how was that you left the faith and became an atheist, and then kind of came back to to your faith in the church. So I I was raised by two very faithful Catholics. And but I I was always a doubtful child from the very beginning. Just kind of always asking questions and pushing back on things, and I remember the first time, I doubted whether God existed, I was five years old. So that was just kind of my way of being actually still is, and but that combined with the problem of suffering and some difficulties that my family face that it just really felt were unjust. And I just couldn't I couldn't I couldn't imagine a good God allowing those things to happen. And so when I was about fourteen I told my parents, you know, I don't really believe in God anymore, and one other thing that kind of pushed me towards atheism was I was observing some of the Catholics that we were that our family associated with and since my dad worked at a Catholic university. And he also he then worked at a diocese. And so we we were surrounded by very faithful Catholics, but I saw some hypocrisy and bad behavior that made me think as a teenager, you know, I wanna be a good person. But I think. I can do this on my own. And so kind of all of those factors together came together in this world. Wind of teenage angst and fourteen years old. I told my parents, I don't believe in God anymore. Don't wanna be confirmed, and this is not a faith. So I was an atheist and away from the church for almost a dozen years. And I I was still searching, and I searched in in different ways. I think at first I didn't search. I just thought I this is what I believe, and I was just a materialist atheist. But then that one point I, and it was actually a upon the death of a friend that made me think I'm going to explore. What other religions say about death and the afterlife and life and the meaning of life, and I really thought I would just kind of do it to dismiss it alternately in the end. But in that exploration. I I was wrestling with different things that kind of move me closer to believe. In god. But I could never really make that leap. I was getting closer intellectually. But but every time I got to the point where do I believe in? God it really the answer. That question is no until I had a moment where I was in Costa Rica, and I was working on a farm and the people around me were all believers, they didn't proselytize, but they just they preached through their lives and through their love for me.
"theus" Discussed on Atheist Nomads
"Bay Theus nomads probably brought to you by listeners. Just like you. You can find out how you can become a patron that patriot dot com slash atheists. Nomads that's PAT party O, N dot com slash faith. Theus nomads. We got another donation from Fred which puts us almost add enough money to upgrade Lawrence. Mike. So within about a month, we should be able to do that. And then I will continue raising money. So that the Mike that errands using can be upgraded as well. Hoping and thank you, Fred. That's awesome. We definitely appreciate the support. And Fred is also the person in the lead for the. Contest to win a signed copy of the trouble with God. From Chris Matheson, who was kind enough to sign the books and send them to me to give away however over I wanted the other copy will go to any well, a randomly selected patron or donor. So anybody who kicks us money? We'll be entered to win. Nice job. Fred Elliott grease, and he did send us a message along with the donation destined lawyer, and I have two things to tell you. I you have a wonderful show. And I hope you keep it up the eighth nomad should be on. Everyone's top ten of lists of good shows and second I heard you need new mikes. So you'll find some extra.
"theus" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Difference between alien and permit Theus where it's like he can tell per media's feel made by much old man who is looking at the wold time and existence in a much more Arpan, mature wide and much less concerned with these self and he's earned being and he's aren't. Fees has like alien is very human where it was made permits is like practically. So I fi- planet earth, mobile geology and biology Matraman the humans inconsequential as like seeing delays celestial budget, just a boil down version of that way. It's just of need characters or anything. It's just the movement of things are time Cassatt on that. The things I liked about. Begotten were like, I was saying the organic things, whereas within have celestial birds, it's beautiful and everything, but it feels more like it was made in a computer than actually like shot on film. Doesn't feel like we're doing location shooting for didn't of Seles you birds because we are in the cosmos. So it's not like throw a camera there. So I guess it is kind of like alien in that way versus permit where you know there's so many CGI shots permit Theus in you're using much more practical effects in alien chooser be. I thought it was a gorgeous thing, and I saw a nice interview with Mirage of that was out there all try to find it in and throw it on this episode. Show notes where there are clips from other things, and I'm not exactly sure what they're from because I went back and watched the music videos, and I know he's done other shorts that I wasn't able to track down, but there are some other clips that are in this interview. I'm just like, oh, wow, this stuff looks absolutely gorgeous, and I really wanna see more of. The stuff. I did not have a chance to watch suspect zero, which was his other narrative film, but I'm curious to see it. It didn't really get a lot of great reviews. I, it is. It's a weird thing when we suddenly think, oh, this experimental filmmaker will fit perfectly into a narrative filmmaker world. I mean, you know, we, we've dropped the name David Lynch several times and I think that it works for him. But when he gets more experimental when he gets out there more, that's the stuff I like even more than like a street ahead narrative. So like when we dive into the underground and we see the bugs fighting in blue velvet, that's a great contrast versus the melodrama the extreme Douglas Sirk melodrama that he's doing on the surface of blue velvet, but I don't know if Marashi was really given that much of a chance when it comes to the. His narrative work where it was like, okay, yeah, you're going to be able to do experimental an narrative in a new really should have a good contrast between those two to gain. Garage had nNcholas cage voting on these burst into narrates us and Lynch had Mel books of voting. He's dive into narrative and window supports when away you end up with dune and suspect zero and you probably a great deal bed of themselves, big zero. I warned comment on suspects because I, it's pain at least ten years since I soared. I don't know how I would interpret now, but at the time it just felt like nothing and it felt like nothing that was trying to. You could feel the producers wanting to have something like seven and. Then that meeting with just I don't even know what it's just very, very bland. And I think I've pretty much got what happened to this soon. As soon as I'd seen it, which was unfortunate, but I can understand why he decided to go a different way. Not try that again. Yeah, I, I've only seen shadow of the vampire. I have not. I've not seen suspect zero, but I like shadow of the vampire. It's the years actually. I don't think I've seen it says early two, thousands. Remember I remember really liking it liking the form. It says, I don't must be curious to go back at least kind of spot watch it to see if there's any sort of bleed over style from begotten. 'cause I don't remember it looking like the garden at all right. It's been years, so I highly recommend going back more, Tina. Mike, give it a John's. 'cause like you said, the the independent Fangoria where he talks about how the ending originally was meant to be very typical staking vampire and heavily rob though..
"theus" Discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"You don't have to become an audible member. And if you want to become an audible member, I can get you a thirty day trial and the free book and the first thirty days meaning you can use the trial to get the book for free, and then you can decide yourself if you wanna stick with audible, and you can just ask me about that to send me an Email to Seth at the thinking, eight Theus dot com. Rat rod said new atheist here, flat earthers pushed me over the edge. You would not believe that I met an atheist flat earth or in Chicago, Illinois. But I did. Straight face was not. Oppo was not a fake was not pulling my leg, walked up. The guys probably sixty walks up and he is an. I'd made a gag from the stage during my speech about flatter Thor's. Being these kind of wacky fringe. I mean, it's just a crazy delusion and he came up and he said, well, I took bridge, you know, one of the things you said from the stage, but overall, really enjoyed the speech. I mean, all really what, what did I say that bothered you? Well, when you were speaking about flat earth. I mean, I Stein and he actually started to qualify his remarks Einstein. This said that about this and it's never been proven that we did this and gravity, and and I, I still thought he was a like, I thought, oh, you, where's the punchline? These flatter these. He's just could we shared that joke that if the earth was actually flat cat would have pushed off everything by now. Right. That's too funny. Flatter. No, no, no. Einstein actually have the equations which talked about the thing that this about in the rotation of the earth and the sun, and this all e shit. The man is legitimate. Flatter. Flatter atheist. This is just another living example that not all eighth Theus star skeptics. That atheism is not like an inoculation against bad ideas. It just means that you do not believe in God's. It doesn't even doesn't even declare or imply that you came to your non belief in God's for a rational reason. You know the ins killed God. Therefore there's no God. I'm an atheist. Or you couldn't believe in all manner of wild things. You can believe in spirits. You can believe in ghosts, you can believe in crystals and and shock RAs. And you know, Ray key healing and all that stuff exist outside of the God question. And there are eight Theus who are, you know, very rational and very evidence centered, and there are some atheist who are just. Right. They're, they're cheese hat as slid off their head long long ago. All right. The cheese hats, disl- it away. I just I couldn't believe it well, I could believe it, but man. Okay. Let me get up here and get another cue from the. Am I going to check out Scientology headquarters when I come to Clearwater, actually have already been there. I didn't go. I didn't try to get into Scientology's headquarters, but I've been to clear water many time and it's weird because Scientology like owns a whole section Clearwater. I mean, it's bizarre like they Scientology bought part of the city. And you see these big building these big monuments to this cult. I love the fact that Leah remedies work and the work of other people out there like Chris Shelton and so many others are just brick by brick dismantling the cult of Scientology. I think this cult is, I think they are hugely wounded hugely wounded. And they're, they income and back. They'll always exist probably in some way, but the they income and back, they're not going to have the power, the influence, certainly the the ability to threaten people like they used to. I mean, they on a very small scale. Yeah, but they become a punchline and the bravery of those who are speaking out about their experience within those walls and it's terrifying stuff. You know, they're behind barbed wire, they're cordoned off from the rest of their families and friends. They are told what to do. They are given very small allowance so that they can't have enough resources to do anything if they did manage to escape. Many of them are denied and education, slave labor comes into play, holy shit. Scientology. Yeah. No, I'm not going to the Scientology building. We may drive by it, but but yeah, I'm going to be speaking in Clearwater in November. I'll be in Orlando as well and potentially one or two other cities. Let's see..
‘Fortnite’ update removes controversial Drum Gun, adds Suppressed Assault Rifle
"Like that's what it'd be United, but obviously there's a whole bunch of stuff going on. This is all from Dr disrespect too. It's alleged. I don't think he's lying to you, but it might be it's everything's breaking right now and it's just another holy shit story of why, why? You know what I mean? Yes. And I present cry for a million other things that need to be reformed here in this country. Number two, four nine is removed. The drum gun. This is it was a slow news day up until then believe it or not. Michael. Cuck Suara over at I and says the fortnight five point four content update has removed the controversial drummed gun with no warning or notice when the patch went live this morning for weeks for nine players have debated the drum
"theus" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show
"It was a divinity although a lot of them were stone cold atheists although even some of the eighth theus said things like i was bathing god's love and i would say but didn't you tell me you were an atheist and she would say well it's the only word big enough for what i felt very sweet but she said i'm still in eighth easiest but it was this sense of a larger collectively or entity that they were part of that made the death of the individual lose some of its sting or all of it stink for some of them to one of the things that is so interesting in this and that your book drought from me in a way that i had not seen before is idea that you're prescribing inexperienced so there have been studies of psychedelics as treatment for terminal terminal taryn terminally ill for depression for addiction for for a number of things now and it seems that the treatment can their suggestive evidence that the treatment can be quite powerful but that what happened at another point in the research is that they began trying to look at the way look at a normal medicine and just put someone in a room and have control croup and give them some acid and it didn't work because tremendous adjustability and you quote a therapist who is doing lsd assisted therapy in mid twentieth century america saying that under lsd the fondest theories of the therapists are confirmed by the patient that there's this tremendous adjustability but on the other hand if the therapists then gives the patient an explanation for what's going wrong and how to fix it that that's just ability can nevertheless lead to a lot of healing and it is such a different way of thinking about medicine and how to prescribe it and how to treat someone that it it seems like no surprise that the medical community has had a lot of friction knowing even how to study it.
"theus" Discussed on NVus Alien Podcast
"Into whatever industrial warehouse they come across skinner sees the an suv parked there so he must figure it out that it's a cigarette smoking man so he goes over there and he has kind of a confrontation with the cigarette smoke mad he walks up he's got his hands up and then all of a sudden he pulls out his gun and start shooting at him he ends up shooting the girl cigarette smoking man hits the gas from the pasture see and he runs towards the car he does this thing that they do in movie sometime is really irritating he does the premier theus school of running away from things where instead of running at a right angle to what's following you or chasing you down he just runs in a straight line way from it i don't understand that what is that mean so like in permit yes when when the when spaceship is falling on on the two women charlie the ride and the other girls got instead of instead of running they run in the same direction the ship is falling instead of running right angles to that to to not be hit by something falling falls in a straight line it doesn't turn and then try to chase you down so if something is falling you just run you run at a right angle to it and you won't be you know crushed by it okay so skinner doesn't do this and i know he's an alleyway but.
"theus" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"A federal appeals court says the epa was out of bounds on proposed loosening of methane controls for marketplace in losangelesi'm80 user infra davidbrancaccioi an international conference on offshore wind energy gets underway today in bremengermanyturns out the us is a pretty big player and wind energy in places like texas in iowaamerica's number one but almost marketplace'snancymarshallginza looks at how the us fits into the wind energy business at the global level theus has the second highest number of wind turbines in the world guess who has the most china has nearly double the nuts winter vines that the us does that's johnhensley with the american windenergy association of wind power trade group however are turbines were just about twice as productive as those chinese turbines that's partly because the us has more power transmission lines theus is also second to china in wind power investment us wind power producers spent fourteen billion dollars last year on lease payments to landowners and equipment dallasbertrand of resources for the future says some states like kansas get a big chunk of power from wind movies these hope uh over a quarter of their electricity generated with wind but only about five percent of the total electricity generated in the us comes from wind bertrand says to change that the us needs yet more transmission lines i am nancymarshallganzert for marketplace a federal appeals court has blocked the environmentalprotectionagency from loosening controls on emissions of methane and other greenhouse gases earlier this year epa as head scottpruitt had suspended enforcement of a rule to limit emissions from new facilities for two years while the epa reviews the 2006 regulations put in place by presidentobama but a dc court says pruitt doesn't have the authority to set the rule aside while the review will is while the review skis me is being done reporter dan voice of inside energy has more on how to much leaking methane could undermine how clean of a fuel natural gas is.