20 Episode results for "Thirty Eight Degrees"

Weather Report on Mars

Innovation Now

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Weather Report on Mars

"It's a chilly. Two degrees Fahrenheit today with expected. Lows near one hundred thirty eight degrees below zero. Now, you can get a daily weather report on Mars innovation now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future a new public tool developed by Nasr's Jet, Propulsion Laboratory gives anyone interested in checking out, the Mars weather website and up to date weather report on Mars, the auxiliary payload subsystem a package of sensors on Nastase insight. Lander provides around the clock weather information, including temperature wind an air pressure, readings insights, main instruments the Landers size, monitor and heat flow probe are affected by the extreme temperature. Swings of Mars air pressure changes and wind create movements that mask actual Mars quakes so AP s will help researchers filter out in. Vire mental noise in the seismic data, and as an additional windfall the instruments provide a detailed view of what's going on on the planet as the seasons change and give us all a glimpse of weather on an alien world for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer pulling animation. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w HR V.

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Nigeria Releases Guidelines For Easing Lockdown

Newscast - Africa

00:00 sec | 6 months ago

Nigeria Releases Guidelines For Easing Lockdown

"You're listening to the news. At this time. On Africa Business Radio the federal government has released new guidelines for the new phase of containment of Kobe. Nineteen from May fourth to May seventeen twenty twenty parts of the guidelines signed by the secretary to the government of the Federation boss. Mustafa States at. That's anyone with a face mask in public. The guidelines were all specific about inflammation to the general public guidance to states and security agencies and description of activities allowed under the new face the SGV's the as Jeff said anyone who presents a temperature of above thirty eight degrees Celsius. We'll be dates to return home and call. Ncdc for evaluation. The new advisory also prohibited the Mascot of more than twenty people outside of a workplace while there would be a controlled access to markets and locations for economic activities. The federal government's retained ban on all passenger flights with religious patrons also restricted interest states travelling public transport guideline recommended maximum fifty percent of usual occupancy while saxes where to carry only four passengers including the driver. And that was the news. At this time on Africa Business Radio you can continue so they life online at. Www Dot Africa business radio dot com over a mobile APP. Thank you for listening.

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Weather on Mars

Innovation Now

00:00 sec | 9 months ago

Weather on Mars

"It's a chilly. Two degrees Fahrenheit today with expected lows near one hundred thirty eight degrees below zero. Now you can get a daily weather report on Mars. This is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. A new public tool developed upped by NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory gives anyone interested in checking out the Mars weather website and up to date weather report on Mars. The auxiliary Lary payload subsystem a package of sensors on NASA's insight. Lander provides around the clock weather information including temperature wind an air. A pressure readings insights main instruments. The landers size monitor and heat flow probe are affected by the extreme temperature swings of Mars. Air Air pressure changes and wind create movements that mask actual Mars quakes so a P. S. will help researchers filter out environmental fire mental noise in the seismic data and as an additional windfall the instruments provide a detailed view of what's going on on the planet as the seasons change and give us all a glimpse of weather on alien world for innovation. Now I'm Jennifer fully innovation so now is produced by the National Institute of Aerospace Through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w H._R. V..

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Seasons on Mars

Innovation Now

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Seasons on Mars

"It's a chilly, two degrees Fahrenheit today with expected, lows near one hundred thirty eight degrees below zero now you can get a daily weather report on Mars innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. A new public tool developed by Nasr's Jet Propulsion Laboratory gives anyone interested in checking out the Mars, weather website, and up to date weather report on Mars, the auxiliary payload subsystem a package of sensors on Nastase insight. Lander provides around the clock weather information, including temperature wind an air pressure, readings insights main instruments. The Landers size monitor and heat flow probe are affected by the extreme temperature. Swings of Mars air pressure changes and wind create movements that mask actual Mars quakes, so AP s will help researchers filter out in. Vire mental noise in the seismic, data, and as an additional windfall. The instruments provide a detailed view of what's going on, on the planet as the seasons change. And give us all a glimpse of weather on an alien world for innovation now. I'm Jennifer pulling animation. Now is produced by the National Institute of aerospace through collaboration with NASA and is distributed by w. HR V.

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I got corona and it was HORRIBLE!

Bevs World

00:00 sec | Last month

I got corona and it was HORRIBLE!

"A. World. It's been a couple of months first of all. Welcome. How do I start a podcast like that? No. All right, guys. Welcome. Welcome back to another episode of Bev's world at podcast episode today I, first of all. Hey, how you doing I'm doing just fine. Thank you very much. It's been a while it's been a couple of months since we talked last time and that is due to a couple of different reasons. One of them being I have been working a lot lately, but I will sitting thinking. About uploading something and specifically talking about the corona virus and my audience, the coronavirus you know. I, think we'll just jump into it because you know in the beginning of this whole pandemic we We didn't really know what it was going to what was going to happen and I think. You know sitting there in my office working in like office hours were not many people I you know. We don't sit too close to each other's I'm not taking the bus. March. You know. Just taking it easy and just kinda following the restrictions and just making sure that I'm safe. I'm always using my hand sanitizer. And for me, it was really important to follow these things as a routine like I would almost like overdo it and I was like there's no way I'm GonNa get Corona virus and. Because of the reasons I just listed. Approximately two and a half months ago at three months ago. Now, it probably is I got a fever. I started kind of tingling. And I started feeling very weak. In my body and mom, it's Kinda hard to. Explain but it wasn't anything out of the ordinary I. Just felt of really like low on energy and just like you know like when you touch your skin, you just feel like a cold or hot lick it lick a normal fever can hurt to just touch your skin almost in a way that kind of sounds brutal but you know what I mean and was like. The same corona virus you know and I was like, yeah. So just continue my life as normal and. It got worse. and. Not like with like coughing and stuff because I think one thing that's important to remember with corona is that. There's pretty much two different ways at that. It can affect you Like. Will two ways that you can see. You. Know what I mean like to two very extinct tial things that it can affect you with like soap really high fever, and then also as some people's you know lung capacity. Capacity and breathing. Is really difficult and. All of a sudden like from nowhere it just got worse and like the fever just got higher and higher. And I was like wait what's going on and all of a sudden I was between and I got over thirty eight degrees, body temperature, and then thirty nine. And then I had thirty nine for quite some time. So one a couple of days and I was like you know what? This just feels very different because I will. So who drained. And so my mom's like Kevin you know they've just up. Okay so just backtrack a little bit in. Sweden we've had a pretty like s strict rule when it comes to being allowed to test yourself for corona virus in the beginning. Right so only you really really were sick you could come in like we're talking you're coughing you can barely I mean you can barely Britain coughing of course, my coffee but yet like really really bad costs I would say that or if you're a if you have trouble breathing. And Just. Like. It's getting worse and worse. and. So Right when I got corona virus. At they had just opened up on these restrictions here in Sweden. So anybody could go down and test themselves and I was like, oh. Should I really do it and mom's like, do it Kevin like it's worth. You know like you don't want to just lay there with fever and we can't meet up you know and I was like Oh. That's so true. And I was like on no but I'll just wait a couple more days and just go over. It's just an old fever you know even though I was just feeling so drained. And I know him saying and like a lot but just bear with me. Two days three days had gone after that when I said no to my mom and then she's like, no, you know what? You should just have yourselves test yourself because it could just be a relief for yourself just knowing, do you have it or not? You know? And also, all right fine I'll do it i. wasn't mad at her but I was like, all right fine I'll go do it. So I on right in my personal number and I signing for this test. That's GONNA. Be The morning after and it's like this express testing where you go in and it's really quickly. So every. Five minutes, ten minutes. There's a new person that goes in right. So they have a list of people that have signed up the night. And then they say, Oh, who's this Bubba bump and then you're going in but the funny thing is that or not funny. Well, it's kind of funny humorous is that we're all standing there. Down where the train station and there's like little like a container you know like On a building site or Industrial like like building site, you'll have like builders living in these smaller containers that are just transportable. One of those, they had just like wiped it up, and then there was this nurse in their full like has matsue and like you felt like A. Virus yourself but then you're all like standing on the outside waiting to heading for her to call up your name and so all of a sudden you know. You start looking at each other. So Yeah we're all sick. You know. We all think we have Gerona. You know it was just as awkward thing like do we? Like. Don't stare to much. Or against the trains going behind me here say windows open you might hear that but. It was just kind of funny because. We're all just standing there like. Do Do we stand close? We will eat it was just so early in this whole pandemic thing but anyways I go inside and it went so quick like she's like all right sit down lean your head towards the wall like back and then like put up your nostrils or whatever, and then she shoves this like stick. It's not a stick it's like A. Like one of those things that you can put in your ears, you know type of things and like get out the ear wax but she shoves it up my nose, right? So. It goes so deep heels like what the heck critic it was so uncomfortable, but then she likes she robes it around and then she takes it out and she's like Oh. Yeah you're done. What that was it it just took like a couple of seconds I. Guess. I could say they're like if you're if you're ever wondering like, should I go take a test like do it's not that bad to be honest like everybody had been hyping it. Up. Before that's like super scared and I had been hyping up myself. You know one of the worst things that you can do is Google your symptoms or Google your problems like. To Google you're dead within the next two days whatever you're sending on this so And just reading lighted. So's Nar recommended but I did that and I was like looking at videos on Youtube when people like got that stick shoved in their like knows I was like, oh, bed would it do that and I was like sending it to our friends on Messenger and stuff like this is what are you GonNa Do Tomorrow But anyways, they weren't super well and like on that note respect to all the people within the industry because the work that you guys do like in the medical industry like you guys are heroes seriously and she's literally risking her life standing there taking in hundreds of people and testing them. And you know just from previous stories and. Even those people have gotten. So it's like you're not safe even though you think you're safe Kennedy anyways. So it took like. This was on a Friday and. It took like four days. So like I think it was choose or Wednesday. They send me home this piece of paper. No No. Okay. So there's this guy that calls me and he's like dislike virus doctor type thing in the region where I live. And he's like so odd yeah. Yeah we'll do now disturbing. No. So he's like, Hey, Kevin were just actually calling to. Inform you if you have corona virus or not, and I was like Oh yeah. Sweet. I've been waiting for this call and he's like, yeah, well, and you know in my head I'm like I'll just tell me I don't have it. You know I know already I'm kind of feeling good. You know like, Oh, I don't know if it was just like. Taking. You know one of those aspirins or whatever to make me feel good or. To numb the pain. But I was feeling a bit Oh right and then he's like you know what Your positive. As an and I was like, so you mean like I'm positive light on positively not. You know like I don't have corona or no you're positive right? And I'll. Positive. And I was like what the Heck I have the corona virus, this little virus or this Follow me this little victories from Wuhan China. Has Reached my little town in the west coast of Sweden? Within a couple of months? I remember sitting in my office with my colleagues. Cana. Just Oh, men nothing's going to happen. It's not gonNA get to us. Just. A couple of weeks couple weeks and months ago just like. This, is just going to be you know something down there in China and it's not going to affect us. But Lo and behold I. got it. And I think you know to answer the question how I kinda? Did I. Have Breathing problems did I have you know? The coughs and stuff like that. I did not have. I did not cough I did not. I did not have breathing problems and I think the worst thing and the worst experience with all of this is just laying there in bed not knowing if it's going to get any worse and I remember one of the nights when else laying in bed and it was just so like not dark, but it was just like I could not see me living with out this I couldn't see the light kind of in the tunnel like, oh, it's just a fever and it's GonNa be over because while you're laying there and your reading the news of people dying left and right and You know. When you're when you know you have in your still in that pain here the train comes again if you hear it, it's my bad. You're laying there and you're just. AM, am I gonNA die. Like now I had my hopes up in my you know, but it was still this part where you're just so vulnerable in your, you can't meet with people. You can't be with your mom. You can't be with your sisters. You can't be with your friends you can't go to work you can't you can't do anything. And I think the worst part of having the corona virus and this is my personal experience. You know I bet like if somebody has had a hard time breathing and all that stuff that that is the main thing that was the hardest thing during the coronavirus oil when they had coronavirus but I think for me. My hardest part was. Not being able to be with people and being isolated. I think that was just so so difficult. You feel like a virus you feel like you can on go out you cannot be with people. People don't want to be with you even though they really want to. You know like close friends and family you feel like nobody wants to be round you in a way because of all. This. For Kim virus right. So. I I. Don't know like if we could wrap this up in some cool way. I. Realize Gone On for Thirteen minutes now it felt much shorter but if I can encourage you any way I, just want to say that If you know somebody that has it or if you know somebody that's like sitting in quarantine that's like stuck at home they're like maybe seventy plus and can't go outside please call them talk to them, send them a message like the whole isolation thing is such a burden on your psyche. Like on your brain on your mind it's like we are social creatures and we need people around us. Right. and. Even if you can't if you know somebody that has it, you can't meet them. Video chat them like my mom did to me she will sure she called two three times a day. We had a video chat. The will just sit there laugh cry and you know like just have a good time via video and I think this is one of those things I said to mom as well I was like. This is the positive side of the technology that we have. You know there's so much negative and You know is social media good or bad for us and I think this is one of those. Experiences where I'm like you know what? BIG UPS to two big tech you know. Thank you for being there you know. And Yeah. With those words, I, just WanNa say thank you so much for listening to this episode. If you're new to babs world here, please follow it means a lot to me and that way you'll get notifications and information when I applaud another episode so. Yeah as world podcasts. Signing. Out. Pace.

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Dream Or Goal

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Dream Or Goal

"The show is proudly sponsored by try to call dot com the leaders in checklist by trading strategy yes that's exactly how it sounds i'll teach you a literal checklist so you could take off autumn's and beta saucy very quickly get across the tri called dot com where there's a bunch of free content if you have a little bit and of course if you're interested in having may come to your city click and register for the live events coming up and feeling fast have a great day visit credit karma dot com now everybody and welcome welcome to the crypto show hope you're having a fantastic diving weather coming you know the here in sydney gray clouds southeasterly winds and we've gone from a top of about thirty eight degrees on sunday too much more mild twenty four today so i'm wearing jeans what to do with anything nothing at all has affected all the microphone whatever comes out of my mouth you hey look i've got a couple of things i forced out this voice you hear today is the voice all i very very very happy man why is that well is because the markets no it's because of the culmination of events i decided to do to make me happy in one of those events of course i've covered yesterday was taking a break now allston we don't get instant rewards we love instant gratification but it takes a little while yesterday felt a catchy toto's feeling a little bit little bit drawn out a little bit on wealth is getting a call today smashed it out of the pot on feeling about as good as one conceal i'm optimistic i'm happy i'm feeling very balanced and i'll tell you what as far as optimal conditions guy this man you're hearing right now is in optimal conditions for trading and doing what i do absolutely start super pumped account whites to a disabled see what i'm gonna chase it i could tell you what there's not much getting my wife today that's the damn show start what have another not in the markets was good a we saw bitcoin continue to move higher as the day of gains we haven't seen three days of gains since i lost the runway can backup into eleven seven entity absolutely straight with you guys we only saw wants a threat that run that was on the first of march second third and the fourth of march we saw taunted little green one day so we having a three bullish dies and that's assuming they can look in the closed the next two hours and forty five minutes away these were roughly the same as it is it's looking good heading towards nine thousand we had tested nine thousand are blaming are non thousand forty six dollars here my coin by shot and it'll be sooner say fucking hold that level get above nine thousand says i wouldn't be surprised to see i wait because i pulled back on the four high lows and high of hearts we are starting to look a little bit more bullish don't don't get all caught up don't get me wrong it could still kind of absolutely no doubt in my mind that we could see more of a sell off however how about the issues and things starting to come in apply now if i had a child such as the starting to come back around the look a little bit there's a few more chicks off all the bullish side of things it'll say look good to a there's a little bit more optimism matter of china in relation to crypto currency now whether that's fact fiction all unicorns i don't know but it's good were supposed to have three there's a lot of things starting to come back into the spice the good go check good conversation good things happening and other essay say also had some good things to cite a bicycle they were praising crypto currency end block chain technology sickeningly apparently and i say apparently because you know she goes until i've seen the actual 'em set up on not a hundred percent shoulder and finally coin base has partnered with barclay bank at barclays bank the two big base per 'em their big big big bank will be slow you brother and i mean that's a big life of barclays to be promoting him getting involved a whiz coined by studies direct involvement with crypto currency and that is a good thing the banks that look at how they can adapt an adult end become one with this market which is great also also this chats chat chat of a uturn you turn in china the people's bank of china governor called bitcoin inspiring now that's not good language and then nothing is obviously everything could change quickly but we are starting to say that cruise ship but i talk about is no longer in reverse in my view is starting to engage forward we're not moving forward yet we have just changed gays only keeping an eye on that on on the markets the next couple of days and i wanna i wanna cut off post crypto a and bitcoin compensation a news and whatnot is these these the difference between a dream and goal big difference there let me let me just tell you little story about a i read something just recently a member vander holyfield yes you might remember him from such shows as botching off people's is 'em and punching people in the face and being a huge man the three big punch is yes then holyfield the book so i'm talking about well hey when he was a child has said he's not a single mother he said you know you you could be excited type said you could be the next muhammad ali if you want to and he said yes yes i want to i want to i want to that's what a wannabe at one of the next mohammed ali i wanna be the greatest and the follow up question by the coach was how great is that a dream or a goal is that a dream or is that a goal because drained and it looked at the very big distinction between the two and i want to bring this into the conversation session because it made me stop and it made me think about am i dreaming of these goals and i've come to the conclusion yes there are goes there are some dreams at do has a lot more so they are goals they are big big goals 'em now the difference between the two is is it a dream you can't get to run a dream is a it's a fraction of you're imagination statements thick a fragment of your imagination is something that it's almost like you can't get to it it's a drain the the very you know use of the word dream it's like it's in saudi oh hey it's it's not real dream is no real do dreams come true dreams can't control dreams become goal so i want to just get that distinction because the goal weaken plot out with construction weaken delayed he'd been recruited to and outcome weaken plan that outcome out a lot of people do drain however and that's where the chief ego he's such a dream a dream is sometimes don't do they have motivated vetted by the goals a do is that the structure they know what they want and they don't god damn get it a goal convenient shaved dreams of flushing little bubble but you might not have rich so i challenge you to consider this big time today tonight when you get it at a time where there'd be on the train whether it be at home in bed whether it be junior meditation whatever it might be i want you to ask yourself are you thinking about dreams or are you planning about how to achieve your goals 'cause differentiation between the two is striking it is big and it may just change the way you view anything's a dream is oh jeez i love the have the hotter foot yacht but you know i mean at the mind with the job that i've gotten you know here's another excuse and here's another one here's another one of his realistically i probably won't get it so it's a dream maybe if i win loss a that's a dream whereas the other way of looking at it is this i want that hunter foot you're not gonna get it and if you're in the jumping on lock them in the shitty job right now but that's a cat 'cause i'm gonna what my way out of that on a defined something that's gonna work familiar now if that happens to be trading feet while you're in the right place we could help you get there you're gonna take the steps important plan and you know what it's gonna take you thirty years together who cares who cares i mean i know one of the podcasts listen to his firm gary vegas he talks about buying the new york jets he wants to buy the jets he's a mad jets fan now that's a i think they're i think they're basketball team or nfl auden i sorry sorry i don't know that but he wants to buy the jets but the thing is right it's not actually the buying of the just the buying of the jets will probably be a ninety climax for my suggestion is applauding is the planning it's a it's a journey on the white to achieving that goal is successful on the fun part of doing it they end result is not what you're after it's getting to the end result is the satisfaction it's the confidence his ability is the feelings that you get as you take a little you know little things along the way to get that outcome said don't dream starter set your goals and structure and break them down and what we do is trading as well and my practice you'll be introduced to in the coming week sick out chosen my first apprentice my friend is will be well he's he's got access to all my content over met martin sorry mentoring him and pushing him through every single step but i know what types become successful trader now he'll be the first one to get the new fibonacci course it's coming out before aced he'll be the first one to do the video is gonna come out to everybody i am awesome scribe lists like in actually understand what's going on and all interview him on this podcast well and there's going to be the journey of you print a series and the journey of print a series of him rotting at his plans and then os executing together may empowering him with the tools and handing him then executing and what i'm gonna be is not so much waste a crack over the back of him but i'm going to be a support member of his i'm going to be that help him i got him he will be the one who is doing i will be the one who is providing the tools and experiences and lessons along the way it's gonna be a fantastic series and i can't wait to bring series where when his first video at the mind but the very beginning of that comes with gold what does he want and how is he going to go about getting those guys it doesn't make a difference what industry you're in one objectives you've set you'll self if you write your goals down you can then start to learn how to achieve and if you're dreaming cape dreaming but you will be a dream of forever if you're setting goals you'll get there if you plan it properly guys that don't forget that said this is free content and i put every single day on in my office very rarely every single morning pumping this out for for you guys my free listening on the podcast again massive thank you everybody who's there who's been giving me reviews i'm gonna ask you one thing i really mean this remain this if you haven't already given the podcast i review have you written review i the podcast is great because la la la or craig is austin or i don't really lock it or whatever you want if you haven't done it already paid place that you know a punch that hates the constant across socials facebook you know you chew the tapes that on my website tried called dot com there's plenty of phrase the i just keep on committing myself supporting at free content i put more free content every diet under any other form of content all ask all the ask ask of you is please give me a review because it helps the boost the ratings and get it out more listeners i continue to spread this fantastic message so guys please i would love it if you could die now and writer of you on the podcast have a fantastic and generally don't dream stop planning a golf and let's win together boston after the show is proudly sponsored by try to call dot com the leaders in checklist by trading strategy yes that's exactly how it sounds i'll teach you a

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High-Elevation Hummingbirds Evolved a Temperature Trick

60-Second Science

00:00 sec | Last month

High-Elevation Hummingbirds Evolved a Temperature Trick

"Does. Your little one loves paw patrol about dinosaurs well, perfect because the new season a patrol is here and guess what? It's a dino rescue. I can't wait for my kid to watch each episode ten times nights on the plus side all your holiday and birthday gift shopping is pretty much done because of course, there are a whole new batch of Dino rescue toys to you, and for a limited time at target get fifteen percent off the new patrol dino rescue toys with Code Pau fifteen patrol dino rescue, check it out. It's going to be possum. This is scientific Americans. Sixty seconds, sites, I'm Christopher Dodd. If a humming birds of your garden, you've no doubt seen it flipped from flower to flower hovering midair as it sips on nectar that activity requires plenty of energy. So hummingbirds need a lot of nectar to feed their hungry metabolism's some of them probably drink two or three times. The Body Mass Index Everyday Andrew McCartney an ornithologist at the University of Pretoria in south. Africa. mckanie and his colleagues have studied hummingbirds extreme. In the Peruvian Andes to survive, they're the tiny birds have developed a few tricks for one their blood cells are unusually efficient at transporting oxygen. It's more difficult to hover in the high altitude thin air, and so the humming birds at the higher elevations much prone to pushing while they feed. So that does seem to be one way in which try and reduce the energy expenditure. Now, Macaque Nana's colleagues have found another energy-saving adaptation. The High Mountain hummingbirds can lower their body temperature by extreme amounts of night going into a state called torpor. tencent appearances, they essentially did they. That's unresponsive. The scientists caught six species of Andy and hummingbirds and monitor their temperatures throughout night and day, and they found that all six species could enter some type torpor. They lower their body temperatures from about one hundred degrees Fahrenheit by day to as low as thirty eight degrees Fahrenheit at night and being essentially conserves energy. The details are in the journal biology letters although some of the birds low body temperatures are on par with those of hibernating mammals. It's important to note that this is not fully fledged hibernation, which is a longer term response. True hibernation has only been documented in one bird so far at least common poor will in the US south. West one of my career goals is to find second harmonizing but in the Andes, he says, it's going to be the first place he looks. Thanks for listening for scientific American sixty. Seconds Science, I'm Christopher Indonesia.

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REShow: Deion Sanders and Ernie Johnson. Hour 1 (01-31-19)

The Rich Eisen Show

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

REShow: Deion Sanders and Ernie Johnson. Hour 1 (01-31-19)

"Orig- is on demand your show your schedule fifteen minutes after ball dot com check out the casts at richeisenshow dot com geico presents unhelpful home improvement how twos a slippery bathroom floor can result in expensive hospital bills so today i'll show you how to cook a serious fall by filling your bathroom without ends plastic balls just now a piece of plywood across the doorway and dump in two thousand multicolored plastic balls you could try to protect yourself with a bathroom full of plastic balls or you could get liability coverage through the geico insurance agency visit geico dot com and see how a ford -able renter's insurance can be welcome to this thursday of the rich eisen show live from the big game in the honda studio you just heard our guest list we're really happy for it we're really proud of it we got goats all over the place our last guest is going to be shocking and i'm going to get right to my i guess 'cause he's not only sitting here but he's one of my favorite people he does this show as a host on occasion and it's awesome every single time he does it his thirty for thirty dion double play debuts tonight on the worldwide leader in sports at ninety street time he is primetime himself you do them all what's going on brian does a good i know and you're great wisdom zoo i love when you do the show i love the due to show i love that but i hate lieven well then the good thing is we got a nice chunk of time right now before chunk of change oh really not that sean good it's its terrestrial radio oh so you know the drill so pardon me satellite so let's let's get into the fact that this is -lanta eleven okay this it is so beautiful man this is it is so dear to my heart it because i chose it was different when i came out into the draft because i had gone to a all american function here in atlanta in what i got to the city and went to the airport like dang we did a little thing at hospitals like dang start going around the city to dine into do the different things that we had i was like oh my god i had truly never seen african american people in such roles and positions in titles that never seen in my life it blew my mind you know city officials doctors lawyers political figures it blew my mind so i said that's why won't go because i knew do was i was not unapologetic brash i was going to be me and i felt like atlanta would at least understand me and i said i'm not going to you don't drive me i'm gonna play baseball if you do i'm not going there i'm not going there and sure atlanta pig out so have a to do and and i also love the story that you've told and if you would mind telling the audience here as well at the combine when you would be pulled into rooms and you didn't know which room you are being pulled into by which yeah yeah i was i was i was it'd come back in back in that day everybody was reaching for ages into hotel yeah everybody everybody structure you can't be in a hotel you can't be on the premises then it was everything was well some backing away from crowds and people trying to grab bag into this room in giants was there and it was the giants room and they had people sitting down taking these tests did they call these things oh yeah like the psychologist thing was debt dick man and i sat down and they gave me this thing what is this is this test we need you to take it i said oh what picker do you have there's like ten that'd be going vote in that'd be going waigel voted and and then let's just get into it here i mean bella check said he wants you run the forty at the combine and that you ran it and then ran into the tunnel and is it true it's not true okay you did not run into a waiting car and being no because i had more interviews than all of that no that story just grows it is it is it is not true i did everything did i was asked to do that and lift ain't do not of that because jay writes that they had laid cross my arms bench press you know i don't know where that comes of it you say that when you're watching the defensive backs wait reps of two twenty struggle fifty one up you're have you ever said man that guy would have got one more up you'd have been there and they play three cone drill this has nothing to do with nothing so i didn't do any of that stuff right yeah on all worked out and now is i've not been in the new house yet here's a youthful man is your banner up there at least we're learning that you're because you that was your house yeah they'll is one and it was a good house down it was a good house that was your house a home so i'd like to know if they're still some form of fashion yes yes we patched you some got to be some kind of price blasphemy if it isn't now this this thirty thirty tonight is just off good it is no it's not good it's great it really is but you know what i want rich calling me for years to do thirty thirty i'm sure you know and what does this do for me you go play it over and over you're going get from this so i wanna really blessed people so i want to just do the football when or just the baseball let's do one that really talked about what really transpired behind the curtain on a two sports one day so this this came about i didn't wanna do the normalcy thing let's do something because that day troubled me to day in e people still really don't know what transpired behind the curtains and i can't wait for everyone to see it and i'm still puzzled like my contract is over july the thirty first i'm still here and you made me to be the bad guy how does that happen that you made me to be the villain that i was being selfish and that's why love social media today athlete has his opportunity to our ticket himself 'cause you're magin if i would have been in era first of all coon goodness fun was i would have had sliding deanne and kim kardashian leg that your your instagram game is pretty on oh my whole social media attribute to rich because i wouldn't do it because the country do what you may think i'm very like you know i'm priming it today because this is called but normally i'm dea enrich knows that in in a really repluse when it comes to certain things and he talked me into the way he got me he said you know what you have you sent out an inspirational every morning long as i've known you imagine how many more people you could reach if you did this and that's what got me years ago he was oh my but but going on social gab and make sure that it was your name at dion sanders true you know gotta get that but the fact that i would teach you anything about branding you deal walk off a walk did attributed to us about it well i mean finally did it so so that the one day for those let's just delve into it a little bit and i wanna give the whole store way 'cause everybody needs to watch tonight at nine eastern on e._s._p._n. thirty for thirty the the day that we're talking about is the helicopter to go from one place to the other does it okay helicopter was to get to the jet right okay right i still don't know how to came about like i've never said to anybody eight man i need a helicopter to get down eighty five to get to the game i never see i don't know how to nixon helicopters on prague's ville waiting for me go what am i supposed to do i'm good driving traffic you had no idea who provided it who paid for it i know i didn't i don't i have no idea who provided that on a daily basis at the football practice but i know the two sports one day to even think about that it wasn't that i wanted to play two sports or one day it was that the fact that i'm getting ready to send mine balconies my beloved bow because football's my heart out there dan marino duper clayton in net more would that mean the secondary that's stupid and it's it to me selfish and i have a football country in now i got the brave and they mad at me and it's it's it's it's october the contract is long gone so i'm helping you and you had attitude with me i didn't understand that in it really it hurt me man it hurt me because it was like you doing so much for somebody that don't even respect you and they have no regard for the other team that you're playing with because they felt like this is our moment forget them well we trying to get to the playoffs too and i have a whole group of teammates over there that love me just as much as you love me and i got love for them so just not being there for them while i'm sitting on the bench for nine endings how explain that in that was the dilemma and it was tough he got two point where after i played in miami i really wanted to just take the playback atlanta's they forget you but kids adults whatever you start you finish whatever you start you finish and i had to finish plus your teammates are there to a made it's not like your teammates were the ones who are right and i loved them right multi and teepee terry pendleton and all glavin navy all those guys man was my guys dave justice gant limp dog limpkey i love those guys tonight it's what you never heard nothing on that transparent out of any my teammates it was just management and it bothered me it's the same thing by the way for t._v. i just wanna say that as well i'm serious i'll never forget when you first arrived at the n._f._l. network and i'd never really met you okay i covered you and i had watched you one of the first things you did and i'll say this mariucci's coming up in our number three it was me you and mooch for all those years okay doing the highlights and you just come off the field is a coach okay you had many years now of working at c._b._s. as well and obviously many decades of being prime and so we got on the set and mooch was on the end you were in the middle and i was on the left and you after we did one show where mooch was trying to figure out how to get in on our conversations or the highlights you came off the set and you're like why am i in the middle like if i'm on the mobile blood gut well i didn't know you were in the middle you wanted to be put me on the end through because mariuchi could just if he's out there on the end of the said he's gonna get lost nobody's going to hear from him maybe he's not gonna be in the mix and i'm like that is one of the most you know sharing giving a self-aware comments i've ever seen from any analyst and that is that's typical of you and i want that send typical thing that always emphasizes team team i mean i wouldn't be where i am today without a teen in that's on the field off the field with family with the kids i mean you gotta have a team in a truly believe in that in all aspects dion sanders here on the rich eisen show i guess let's get into this a little bit here superbowl fifty three working out great that's it right next question i love jerry gulf man can you imagine what this kid is dealing with all week he down it heating in the middle of the season he kinda sled even had a rough time edited the last game early on in now you gotta deal with brady man you gotta look over across the feeling noted this guy ain't no joke so they don't rush for two hundred yards in he doesn't throw at least two hundred yards which they never done abundant mcveigh two hundred two hundred is going to be a problem it's going to be a problem in throwing for two hundred yards is really simplistic but they have to rush to keep tom of field because tom is going to work they go score against that defense you don't think suing donald could provide the pressure for donal distract right hey ain't a man built in america to get a handle on right and sue decide that he wants to play in the playoffs god he wanted to play and he's bowling right but brady hadn't been sacked in turn feels maze getting rid of the bowl i mean this dude is unbelievable he's unbelievable it's going to be tough it's going to be tougher rams so you think the patriots when it's all said done no thank you okay can you pick against brady in one game test in bill china but he's he an he has lost is he's lost three times having one five thank you okay i just want to do it all right before i let you go you're speaking of column later today yes okay it's just to bring this gonna search his heart okay come into search everybody's talking about what the kids to do what he shouldn't do i've been in this situation is a little different because boeing i when it a little different because we could do both sports because of the position boca just show whenever you wanted to give him the ball he's still boat i fall out of bed and cover to this day i got at least a quarter a quarterback e can't do that the game does not allow him to miss half a season still be a quarterback how you gonna lead you can eat nobody nobody wants to see you have to season you're not there in the summer and the spring and fall you gotta be there so it's going to be tough he really has to make a decision but the decision really is not for us it's his heart i think the kid heart says football what advice would you give if it's football no what it vice would you give him as he's making this decision in his mind see his heart i don't tell them nothing until i know where he wants he tells me the course he wants to take in could beat the navigational system but i can't navigate him unless he possessed dressing that was good wasn't it yeah that that's a walk off mitt mobile what are you doing what are you doing but i have kids and he's crazy i had to partner with somebody that can consolidate dismiss and challenging status quo man take it on the big boys and say you know for twenty dollars we can handle this not try to get them to do it for twenty one and just give me the dollar over here branding branding yes let but they're doing a fantastic job i'm happy to be partnered with them because they're going to help a lot of you i know you run it up a phone i could tell right now the way you look in moment you you so she media guy right yeah you got all of the apps and all this stuff like what i'm celica met you need meant yeah you need people what i do he's got a thirty for thirty i don't sell i believe in it i believe in he get to phone i definitely need you two phones mint mobile with prime thirty for thirty dion so good one more thing i'm sorry no i just did this and i never done this before because you know i like really transparent but the little letter to myself right you gotta read that you gotta read that i'm i'm him in wish i am like like i'm really i mean i killed it thing i dug eat nate nate i won't got a real thing you got to read the letter to a seven year old friend is good at the player's tribune yes it is good and then you're on the air after the game right yes which means you're not on pre-game been that'd be on em do game as you stay in do polls game then i know you instead yeah that's not no on t._v. what are you talking about i'm every day but i'm talking about i miss being with while yell we're not i don't we don't get together seven or eight evident avary man we seven eight years just gone you just dipped on me you left i did not get on in the morning you also abandoned the brotherhood yeah the hair again i'm not looking good up on a need right now so that's all we got before ernie joints one last thing you know who i'm running against on saturday right you sane bolt stop rich rich why are you doing this to yourself emotional for run rich runs training though now i told you at blazers jim j. glazes not one training i he's not training you a felony zach gates who has done a great were originally just put his was waiting early it was wrapped were it's please played the footage while own here i post post you can't do it in there it is right there i'm boxing what is that gonna do they got nothing to do with ain't nothing never seen you sane box do none of that stuff i'm getting in shape finnigan i wanna see you starts and all they need to see that that's what i was getting involved in that which getting started you're going to be proud of me this year i'm proud probably every i know that but then i'm not i just you know it's going to be great then i wanna hug you this year really mean it it's going to have dion sanders everybody the honda green room the honda alleged from one atlanta alleging to another ernie johnson of turner sports us joining shots coming on later can't wait to chat with ernie johnson that you coming on dion sanders right here on the rich eisen show every car comes with its share stories that ding in your bumper when you nervously picked up your first date the luxury package you got after a big promotion or the mileage you save by riding your bike all summer while you can't put a price tag on your stories now with truecar you can at least find out what your car's worth when it's time to sell or trade it in just go to truecar simply enter your license plate number and watch how your car's details pop up then answer a few questions navigation and moon roof watches they bump up your value high mileage you already knew it was gonna cost you but now 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quarterly budget report with finger puppets here comes a one point seven percent decrease in fixed overhead hello everybody no i can't believe how easy it was to save hundreds of dollars on car insurance guy go projected increase in organic three revenue believe it geico could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance hi welcome back to the rich eisen show and around applause please or my next guest who's kind enough to stop by early on tonight down the hall with the bucks raptors seventy sixers and warriors eight p._m. on t._n._t. seven p._m. when they're gonna announce the all-star reserves to go along with the starters that we know and kind enough to stop by the high on onto insider report good to see you ernie josh some bearing gifts that's a nice paper bag very okay so here's your n._b._a. on very good trucker look this is some type of t. shirt now normally shouldn't have to fire it out of a cannon n._b._a. guy sure and here's what does that say by the way is it just is it pretty n._b._a. on t._n._t. good workout that's a box it looks like there's this bobble head of it is the bobble set and i don't know here handed to me styrofoam this is the set of the four of us oh my gosh this is going to go on the rich eisen show studio for sure oh my gosh go sniffly heads off oh my word yes look at this folks this the one second from the right now second from the left by the way the the the hairline on this is particularly impressive yeah that's a little kind i know that's trust me i understand with that at go there you go so i hope you enjoy them can't wait to take this home thank you for that thank you for bringing gifts certainly it's been great here i mean yeah i mean you're here at our place and we it was only that we that we give you what a spot i mean when did you first walk into this campus here ernie it'll be thirty years ago in july nineteen eighty-nine and we had like one main building where you could still find ted turner in those days i right yeah the main building out there that has the fountain in front and has the columns and then it just it grew it's out of control but we have i think we have the greatest studio setup anywhere and and just happy to have you happy to have you here to check it out we love it we've been we've made been made to feel right at home and you know hopefully with whatever's going on synergy is between turner and the parent company of this show hopefully this is just the beginning of very long beauty let's be for sure and so having a super bowl in this town is well it's the second one that has been here visit transform the town you see it you feel it or what here's the thing about anytime there's a super bowl in atlanta the first thing you worry about is the weather right and wouldn't you know this week we had these dire predictions of omo it's going to snow it's going to ice mike kids didn't go to school on tuesday and you know woke up it was forty five degrees and then what and then when it was all supposed to hit it was about thirty eight degrees but the kids were happy it was beautiful though nothing happened no i know but things have happened here in the past i know the latte superbowl bowl much weather yes almost guaranteed an ice storm this week with the super bowl here but it didn't have it was going to be great it didn't happen all and i've not been in the new building it's gorgeous told oh it is it's it's outstanding i was in there for the very first game that was played alabama against f. issue was there for the national championship game i know you're georgia gal out hurt that hurt and then i was there for the s._e._c. championship this year i kind of tired of watching that movie yeah this georgia beats the dog out alabama for almost the entire time and then and then it doesn't happen but now he got sony michelle for the patriots in this game and you got tired todd gurley in it's just it's just the georgia bloodline of world class athletes i know ernie johnson sony michelle no terrell davis award received on all honesty in all honesty i had one one year of playing at the university of georgia so played baseball there my freshman year i walked on as a freshman and was told to walk off as a sophomore but but i had that one glorious year of wearing the red and black and i'll never forget what you hit hit that i was too for eighteen i was too for eighteen at the dish with one career r._b._i. one career and it happened at the university of tennessee second game of a doubleheader four twenty eight in the afternoon partly cloudy skies temperature about sixty three but aside from that i don't really remember did you lace one in the gap was left handed hitter and i took one the other way over the shortstop said knocked in the go ahead run which would would was going to give us the s._e._c. division title and then somebody for tennessee hit a grand slam in the bottom of the last inning we lost see were also almost got in the red and black student newspapers the guy with the with the game winning almost a frankie cabrera mo- yeah very very very close very close did you ever were you here when when turner had the n._f._l. i worked i worked sunday nitro night show right yeah i had various roles i was in the studio i was in the studio when it started with ken stabler oh which was it was it was the greatest it was the greatest and and snake was just the greatest guy in the world we'd all show up to watch all the games you know at we'd probably gather about ten thirty or eleven watching pre-game watch the games snake would come in you know about three afternoon they shouldn't is i don't know what time i got in last night e._j. but the newspaper hit me in the head so it was he was he was the greatest and so i went from that to being like on the at the site of the game kind of did a little bit of sideline did a pre and post game show from the field yeah but yeah we had we had the n._f._l. is the best game that you recall that who we had the jeff george game member jeff george game in atlanta he june jones got into all we had we had that so you're the sideline reporter for that one but but yeah i was it was like one of those things where you woke up monday morning that i missed that that's probably why n._f._l. career ended now what we had a game for thursday night year was saturday night game over so we as we call it the the saturday night edition of thursday night football which you know people kind of have mixed t._v. guys exactly right but everyone else they're like what are you talking about that was the game turned out to be bill parcells last win a head coach beat the falcons where i'm on the sideline of that game was doing this island but getting set to do the halftime and a member of jim morris staff comes running up to me say do you have video of t. o. spitting at the angelo hall where like in the same way that you might have been like what what was going on with jeff george in june jones like what are you talking about they were hopping mad the angela hall was hopping mad and sure enough terro owens came by our set post game as the guest and as if that wasn't awkward steve mariucci we we all know benched him for going to the dallas star had not spoken to te'o in years he was who the guest he was analyst nice and everyone was volunteering to give up there seat for that post game interview and she t flat out admitted yeah i spit at them okay one of those and we'll be right back we'll be right exactly that's always good fallback always be ready to say that well we're right back i've always told my aunt i always told analysts that i'm doing if you ever have any trouble the safe words are back to you rich those are the safe i'll take him they're getting trouble on there for you know you're exactly do you have any of those moments of your career and we had we had one with with chuck amazingly but he had he had said something i don't i don't want to start big thing because i i remember it but i know he had he had had a couple of things to say about pita one point because the league was thinking about going to all leather going away from a leather basketball and charles came out at halftime and just and we're live slowly unwraps hamburger and i'm like chuck i can't help it see says i just want those people peter to know that animals are good for two things eaten intestine back to you when i was like kenny to help you know that was like that was the man that was like charles first or second year with us but yeah it happens every now and then and there you just hope that you just hope that sometimes it's not going to be guilt by association i know he said it but you're all gone but you're so great at this too i mean and and and ernie johnson here on the rich eisen show and a honda insider report we'll talk some n._b._a. and it quick second but this is what you're great at and that's what's so great about the show that you do up the hall from here is that it's natural it's looks like your show meetings on television that what you're doing shorts produced but you are just being yourselves and you allow these guys to be themselves and when it does need some sort of corralling you corral it and at times you know when a let everybody go to let them be themselves and that that is an art sir and i wanna point that out all these people well you you do the same thing with with your show and when you're dealing with the guys that we deal with look look charles charles change the landscape of sports t._v. for for all these studio shows i mean it was it was never like this until charles scott here and so where we didn't have to necessarily talk about the game if the game wasn't any good you know we were just we would just go ahead and and and it's like four guys sitting in a living room we're watching the game nobody's asking for permission to talk and the thing that sticks out his we do not rehearse it i mean these guys don't go to the production meeting we don't want them there you know i have to be there so the producer in ira on the same page but if we want to throw something at kenny sometime during the night we don't want him to have been in the meeting so okay yeah that'll be funny and then you say this and i'll laugh and then you say this hill laugh in them we'll go to break we don't want that to happen a lot of times it's whoever's talking the loudest gets heard in on its people interrupting each other and their time so i got guys please i need we need to get to this and but we all love each other i mean we just we genuinely do and we know that we're blessed to do what we're doing i mean we've had this same group together the three of us for twenty years and then shack for the last seven and that doesn't happen tv because because executives are always trying to tinker with the chemistry all i know who will work this guy with this guy and there's no predicting it and so i think when everybody knows their role and everybody satisfied with their role and nobody's trying to make the show about them organically things just happened that the next day people are at work talking about and did you see when shack said he didn't know where the golden state warriors plate what's actually happened on our i mean we're doing highlights of the warriors game and i said we go to oakland for the highlights and this is all live and in shock just like ernie hook him you keep saying oakland where where the playing a game i know but wine oakland because that's where the warriors play i didn't know that this is while the highlights are going on i just know we stayed in san francisco i got on a bus and you see there's no production meeting in the world that could come up with let's do this you know that's just that shack shack and so that just it's just part of what makes the show so much fun because if you don't know what's going to happen join the club neither do i got no clue what's going to happen from one moment to the next and because it's not rehearsed you know we'll sit there and start the show and charles i to say something and he'll unload and then suddenly we're talking for three minutes about that which nobody in the production meeting every talked about but it's just the way the show goes and i think that's why it's kind of it's kind of resonated with people it's just like mitts unpredictable the guys are funny and you never know what they're going to say and and if there's going to be an international incident that happens and and sometimes you know we've come maybe that close up to that before i let you go sir tell me why the warriors aren't just going to hoist the trophy right now no they are i think we know that but i think the thing that always the injury thing is would always throws a wrench into things i mean you know we did the western conference finals last year the houston rockets cut one that they have beaten the golden state warriors the chris paul injury was huge and so i mean all i can say if golden state's going to trot out that same bunch every night from here until until the finals you can't beat them for times you know you can try to make you can try to make it close you can play them your best but that's a special group i mean and now that they've added demarcus cousins to that mix i mean it's almost unfair almost unfair you know look okay you guys have all these you can only play two of them in this game which to you're gonna play that's it's almost gotten to that point because as you see right now they've won eleven in a row they're just they're just on a roll steph curry's having a tremendous year and and that's the thing when you look at this team maybe durant will have an often maybe steph will have often maybe they'll have an off night together and then use worry about klay thompson and demarcus cousins going off so it's it's it's a that's the championship team right if they're healthy if they are healthy for short boring answer to give sorry still watch there's still drama date is the n._b._a. anthony davis coming out and creating something that looks like it looks like we we may have the first instance of a player accused of tampering the n._b._a. i mean do you think we might get to that point we're adam silver steps in and there's a player who owns an agency with an agent that shared with the best player that's come out to say that i want to get traded and i certainly think it puts everybody's in ten up in the league office and you can't let it run rampant it's going to be interesting to see how new orleans handles this because you you can't wait too long but you don't want to pull the trigger before you get what you're what you think he's worth and you don't want to be stuck with them next year so if you don't make a deal by the all star break in a machine you have to do it by the trade deadline this year but if the time goes on and then suddenly other teams feel like well well maybe we're right in the rules now because you don't want to be stuck with him so we're only gonna give you this it'll be interesting to see how quickly this this does move on and if the new orleans tries to you know get it done and get top value for anthony davis it's gonna be interesting interesting situation feeling out works out how oh man well from what i'm hearing about you know not returning calls from the lakers right you know where is a good place i mean is boston a place i'd place that can provide the parts at the places yeah but no i don't know i'm given up trying to predict where guys are in a land or is this guy going to going to sign here that kind of thing i don't know but it's you know the lakers thing would have been intriguing but it certainly looks like the lines of communication or not exactly open right now outside of your so-called lane you have a fifty fifty three prediction of are the patriots in it they are indeed sir that would be my pick watered watching the other no watching him the other day was just you know it's like just when you and we witnessed it when they played the falcons in the super bowl you you you get them down and you know i had actually stopped watching the game for a little while with the falcons a big and i started cleaning up we're having a super bowl party and i'll clean some of this stuff up what's going on okay well coming to sit in to watch a little bit more you just can't ever contemplate and as much as i'd like to see sean mcveigh have a great night he he's he's got matters right nearest high school here in atlanta that's right yeah i went there a long time before he did but but i think it'll be it'll be fun to watch but man that patriots have that that it factor men they do and ernie johnson here in the honda insider report which is brought to you by the all new honda passport the ruggedly styled s._u._v. that's capable as it is stunning head to your honda dealer today and see why it's the perfect vehicle for your adventures love watching your ernie and i'm i'm just thrilled that you came here today my favorite guy in the business right here is rich eisen oh gosh good good as he is at this he's a better man and so just keep it up again i've told you this in on the phone i'm thrilled to be able to tell you in person what you did the night that you on the emmy and then called stewart's kids up and gave that to stuart scott's babies was really amazing i think anybody would have done it but i was thrilled to be in that position to be able to honor them and honor stu well thank you for doing that got ernie johnson everybody sports e._j. on twitter our poll question and setting up the rest of our show when we return okay this is the thirty second commercial and i'm gonna throw a lot of numbers that you the please stay with me and just fifteen minutes you could say fifteen percent or more on car insurance this company's been offering great rates in great service for over seventy five years in anytime you need help you could speak to one of their train 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take it take it out are you doing anything this week has been called in from the control room right there i like it it's a good question i just don't think that malcolm butler being benched is up those three now now we're talking about they want it would have been gutsy i guess we will never know what happened right now no even when somebody's written book i mean butler you'd think if he if he was done dirty a wrong in his mind he would've said something going down to tennessee but then didn't i've no idea i have no idea what happens the perfect it's a perfect situation again with with bella check where nobody second guesses him anymore i mean the bill we trust stuff is that shook but now now you're later it's not even not even a question juju smith schuster in christian mccaffrey making their way to the set just to bring the sort of full circle with dion as our first guest in johnson what great stories he was telling about what he's what he what he goes through the host on on the set at turn up the road here inside the n._b._a. now that you can't rehearse this stuff and they didn't want to rehearse it stuff is that when we started doing thursday night football as partners with network television you know we had the n._f._l. network had thursday night football ourselves and then the league came in and changed the dynamic a little bit but we were still there for pre and post game etc there were times when network television folks were trying to influence what we were doing on our show and sometimes we would be in there and brace on say halftime cable i starting they wanted us to a hearse and look at dion sanders and telling him to rehearse not happening was just met with a look like what are you what are you what are you doing we just couldn't stand rehearsing but they wanted to rehearse like where i would say something and then somebody else would say something of the camera shots were get down let's at least walk through so the control room can do it when you when you're sitting in a seat like this you have to respect it you know yet you've got a microphone on your delivering it but there's all bunch of people who are in a control room that for whom it's important to rehearse and what have you so we would go through it but instead of saying what we're going to say we're just going out and do this i think this is gonna win rich michael that's what we would do save the gold save the cold there's no rehearsing with deal now zero story and all those stories any told ernie told i was so great so i love doing this and we've got another great segment coming up with christian mccaffrey and juju smith schuster and steve mariucci and also shack making his way to our studio here on a very busy first hour in the books now thursday edition the rich eisen show have you checked out the big podcast with shack here podcast one yeah we talked basketball but we're a lot more than just sports magoo's feb this lady she's seven it's new everything about me everything 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7 Steps To Reach Your Fitness Goals | IMPACT Q&A Ep. 25

Todd Durkin IMPACT Show

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

7 Steps To Reach Your Fitness Goals | IMPACT Q&A Ep. 25

"Welcome back to another episode of the impact. Show my name. Is Todd Durkin. Any happy Halloween. Yes this is coming out today Thursday. They October thirty first. Are you wearing something crazy. Spooky scary or use. Are you wearing something fired up but whatever it is remember when you go out for a little trick or treat you fill up those little knapsacks and pillowcases with candy. Just give it away. There's lots of troops overseas. Who are dying that candy? Remember you don't have to eat it. Boys voicing girls you don't have to eat it folks. Today you are in for a special treat and Speaking of which this couldn't hit on more perfect day because I'm talking about training an exercise today I'm talking about when you travel my travel routine when I'm on the road and two great questions. I'm loving the questions is coming in. You can ask a question anytime you want. Over at toddler dot com slash podcast. And there's a box that you can just share your life away and ask your question and some y'all are hit me up on the in the I g right and hitting that up so wherever you are whatever you do well regardless of your age please share away. Matter of fact today's question she comes from Kid Bokola voss seventy six. I like that name Kid. bokolas seventy six says this. I'm forty three and I haven't worked out in years. Where do I begin? I'm five seven to ninety kid. Bach Lavar great question. And right after that question. I'm going to also answer sparkplug plug wellness. Now that's a great name. Love seeing it over on the I G Todd. You have two different routines when you're traveling and when your home or just one one. How do you maintain your routines? I'll be answering that secondly here. So let's go over to kid back Lavar. Why do I like that name so much? Probably because my wife is Greek Bach Lavar right. So let's talk about this and kid. Baca Lavar is looking to get started with an exercise program. So Kid Bockova. I'd got seven the things that you could do right off the Bat that if I was coaching you. Here's what I'd have. You do number one right a physical inventory Tori of where you're at right now. How you feeling? Where's your mindset? What's your body feeling like if you're if you feel like you're you know you're you have no energy you feel lethargic and you're not happy with your weight or your strength? I want you to write it down. As a matter of fact Kit Bockova you can even send it over to me senator. I WANNA see your physical inventory. Because 'cause if I was training you and transforming your body mind and spirit I would have you email that to me so kid Bockova I would like to get your personal inventory but anyone. That's what I would do. Start with number one. Take a physical inventory in. Write it down number to set some goals now. Why goals? Because I think goals motivates you and when you put down a goal that's GonNa scare you a little bit. You're more likely to get your booty out of bed early in the morning when it's a little crisp it's fall like you feel a little chilling like oh it's thirty eight degrees. I gotTA gotTa Get up today. Yup Get your little buddies up. Wipe the sleep out of. You is put the Hoodie on and get outside and suck it up so set goals like maybe it's a five K.. You WANNA walk. You want to jog jog. You WANNA run. You want to see you know you WANNA sign up for a a mini sprint triathlon. Do something that scares. You not saying going from nothing to a a ironman triathlon but maybe sign up for something that you know. You're more likely to go out an exercise when you have a goal and don't forget to reward yourself every now and then with some new apparel new clothing Maybe a new set of air pods whatever. It may be the most important thing. The third thing is when you're looking to make physical change in your body which physical and mindset. Come hand in hand you gotta get started. You gotta get started. As a matter of fact it takes sixty six days to create a habit. That's the latest research coming out of Europe right now. Sixty six days to create a habit. What I'm asking you to do kid bockel anyone else? That's looking to make serious changing changing your body. Is I want you to go out for a little early morning. Walk every day. Maybe it's fifteen to twenty minutes and at the annual. Hey I'm starting to feel better typically for me when I go out for a walk with my Man Jersey dog about sixteen minutes in all of a sudden that pre workout kicks in on my I'm going to drop down and get some push-ups and some squats. I'M GONNA start to hit a little exercise before I know. Oh it I got my four hundred maps for the day on my mayes zone. So I'm asking two hundred fifty megabits per day minimum on your mind zone and get started. Getting started is the hardest part so That's number three number four. If you WANNA make physical change in your body whether you're starting out or not the nutrition that you have is absolutely absolutely imperative and I ask you this. Are you eating too much or are you not eating enough. We'll wait. I'm trying to lose. Wait what do you mean. I'm not eating enough. Well it could be that. Sometimes people who are overweight aren't eating enough and you're going into starvation mode which actually is called the hunters complex hunters. This complex is your body. Thinks it's starving itself so it starts to store fat and that's never a good thing. We WanNA use fat to burn fat. Not Store fat so oh light to take a look. At how many calories are you taking in per day. And what types of calories are you eating or the choices that you're making. Are you eating breakfast and remember if you're eating breakfast and has a cartoon figure on the box it's not a healthy breakfast so What are you eating for breakfast? Ju- consume too much sugar throughout the day which includes too much juices. Like if you're drinking a lot of juice that could have a lot of sugar in it and sugar makes you soft Schiller. Color is the devil. So don't eat too much sugar. Another thing that's important when it comes to. Let's just talk about a a a world class winning nutritional program his nutrient timing. I like to eat every four hours during the day and yes I do. Do some intermittent fasting so question but When I go to bed at night I don't I get up? First thing I do is some fasted cardio before I do that Before I start to eat breakfast but I'm talking about throughout the day every four hours. Don't go six eight hours without eating eating something. During the day. I think you're going to have energy. Crashes so four hours you're eating a snack a piece of fruit a handful of almonds a light snack could could be a half of a sandwich or a salad with some protein on it and then along with that. Preparation is a key aspect. If you really want to hone in your nutrition and your energy you've got to make sure you're preparing foods is well and that typically happens on Sundays and Wednesdays at number five when it comes to even your own physical health. I'd like for you to keep a Journal a daily Journal of not only your physical workouts. What you're doing and tracking what you're doing in weight room in your cardio but also what are you grateful for? And you're like well how a gratitude journal helped me in that wise. Because why are you doing this in the first place. What are are you trying to feel? What's the emotion? You're trying to lose weight for what's the energy and vitality rejuvenation that you want to experience from your exercise program and then along with a gratitude journal Regardless of the faith you are of. Can You keep a prayer list of who do you WanNa send special intention. The thought or prayer too because when you keep a prayer list and you see a list of names of people who you are praying for. It's very very powerful. Watch what happens when you start. Start to live for other people than just yourself and you living for a deeper purpose. How your energy shifts and you're more likely to get your booty in gear and get out there when it's raining when when it's snowing when it's nice out you just going to go out there and do it so journaling puts you in the here and now and that's always a great state to be in the last two you number six get a workout buddy? Kid Bach Lavar and anyone else. You WanNA up your workouts. Get a workout buddy. Because the buddies help keep you accountable right so when you have someone that you train with. You're more likely to not only show up and be there at five in the morning twelve noon at lunch Later on after after work because you have a quota point with a buddy Then you're gonNA push each other once you're there as well so this is an important aspect and the last thing I would say if you've tried these things things and you just want to amp up your game or you're failing you're like I just can't do it then. Hire a coach. Hire a coach. Hire a professional national. Who helps motivates you helps keep you inspired hold you accountable and gives you the know? How and if you like todd I have no idea where to find a coach then? Just reach out to me because I can guarantee you in my Rolodex and my Rolodex. I have hundreds of trainers in my mastermind the loan. Who can help you around the globe anywhere? You are so if you're a fitness enthusiast. You're a weekend warrior. You're a fire breathing dragon. Who needs a little help? Just hit me up and let me know where you're located and that's a pretty good chance I know a great Chann- great trainer and coach. Who can help? Take your game to the next level and what that means losing a hundred pounds hounds or you want to get faster stronger more explosive In the training and coaching world. I know a lot of people around the world who can help you. You be your best as well and continued to listen to this podcast. Because they'll get your mind right. You'll get the tips but ultimately sometimes you need accountability and just like myself up. I've had a coach since two thousand seven all different aspects of my life Including the physical nutritional the spiritual and the business. I believe the best in the world are always seeking that coach who can help them take their game to the next level as well. So Kid Buck Lavar. I help that. I hope that helps you out. I WANNA see some some good tangible evidence that you're getting after it and you're shaking it out and getting after semi over your physical inventory and I promise you you will get better get started today spark plug wellness taught how to different routines when travelling. Homelife yes I do as a matter of fact. I do have to routines because when I'm at home I'm in my routine and very few times. Do I get disrupted in my routine board. I'm traveling. It's immediately disrupted because of airplanes different cities and timezones Flight delays as scheduled changes a speaking event. Whatever it may be so my routine does vary a few things that when you are traveling what I do number one when I'm traveling? One of my rules is this. I have to have a salad a day. y'All how does that fit into it because it's really easy to eat poorly when you're you're on the road in airports when you're eating how it's not as healthy so I always say okay. My lunch or dinner has got to be a salad with some protein on it. That's number one number br to I pack my backpack with food like almonds like a protein bar and I actually take two scoops of protein. Put it in a plastic Baggie and I put that in my in my my little backpack so I can have that now. Here's a little trick. I hope you don't sit next to me on the plane because I typically do when I put the little tray out in front of me I take my my almonds and I liked the spill. My almonds on the person next to me WHO's eating the twinkies and Ding dongs. Because they're not eating right and they're trying to talk to me about what they need to do to improve their health and I'm talking about the twinkies and the Ding dongs aren't going to help you get to the right so sprinkle my almonds on them and I- sprinkled on my protein protein powder on him next thing I know I'm conversing with them about what we do and next thing. I know I'm sharing my almonds with them. And I'm getting the whole plane better doing jump Jackson the aisles. So pack your bags with good good snacks and watch what happens right. There have a little fun with this. If I'm flying international I know the first thing when flying international before I actually sit on the bed I will not sit on the bed. I'm going to the GYM and working out if you're crossing time zones. It's really hard especially when you're going international I work out first thing upon landing. I don't care what time of day it is. I'm working out on trying to reset and recalibrate my own time zone to the time zone on and that's not always easy when you're doing that Recovery Gear. I travel with compressions impressions on my legs because it helps. Keep my legs Compressed I and making sure I do that I actually have a full set of compression gear from from under armor down. Low actually have a compression. Now they have new compression hoodies. Could you imagine that a compression Hoodie with I patch. You might see me on a southwest flight header. Whatever flight I might be on and you might see me just sawn wood with gray hoodie on an eye patch on with almond spread? All over my my myself off so if so make sure you knock on. Utd Wake it up. Maybe last thing. Five hydration hydration. Now let me give you the rule of thumb. This is what I go. Oh by eight. Ounces of pure water for every hour that you're traveling me repeat eight ounces of water for every hour our. You're you're you're flying so I'm going from here to New York City and I know it's going to be a five hour flight. Eight Times five is what very good forty ounces of water. You're you're like man that's GonNa keep going to the bathroom. Yes it is. And that's a good thing. That's why I always require request and I'll seat so I can get up real easy. I can get up open. Stretch my legs in the. I'll do a little plane. Yoga go back you know. Go to the bathroom. Get back and keep flushing your system out. You WanNa get up and stretch when you're on the planes because if you're just sitting there that's not good for anything so get up move around and hydrate is the name of the game so those are five five tips when I'm traveling. It's not easy but you've got to prepare with your almonds your protein bars and your protein shakes. I actually had all my supplements. I put them in plastic BAGGIES BAGGIES and I make sure that I'm allocated the the number of days. I'm gone with supplements the amount of supplements I need including my way protein shake including my my branched chain amino acids including me and my pre-workout everything I'm doing is all gonna be allocated in my protein bags. Put that in my backpack in case my bags get lost Then I'm all set. So those are that tricks to travel that tricks the travel and you follow those tips. I truly believe that that'll help you. And Your travertine and there you have it my friends. When you're traveling you gotta dial it on in and many of you actually are going to be traveling here next week? If you're listening GIN and you happen to be coming to my mentor ship. Next week at least follow the hydration tip and make sure you get your almond and spit on the person next to you and share some almonds almonds with the people that whole plane. Nice and healthy there. You have it another great episode of the Impact Cuny if you found some value in today. Hey whether you're just starting to work out right now or you need to start working out or you want to amp up your game with their workouts and in your travel routine. Because I know there's a lot of busy Z.. Professionals who are listening in on planes trains and automobiles. Yup you're in cars and you're you're you're traversing all over the country trying to sell your products. Six make sure that that's never an excuse why you don't dial in your own physical and nutritional routine when you do those things. I promise you your energy will shift. Your Energy will skyrocket. And that's going to help you take your game to the next level. Don't forget don't forget it's absolutely important. Portent the train hard to eat right to live inspired and to create impact. have an incredible day and until next time remember get out there and make a difference. Peace and God bless coaches trainers fire breathing dragons. You sometimes feel like you're on an island. You need to accelerate import report your results in your business or life. Are you stop challenge or frustrated with your currently at

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Dream Or Goal

The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Dream Or Goal

"The show is proudly sponsored by trying to call dot com. The leaders in checklist based trading strategy. Yes that's exactly how it sounds. I'll teach you a literal checklist so you can take off autumns and be decisive very quickly. Get across to try to cobb dot com where there's a bunch of free content there. You'd have a look at and of course if you're interested didn't having may come to your city. Click register for the live events coming up and feeling fast have a great day visit. Try to call dot com now everybody and and welcome to the club crypto show you having a fantastic david of weather coming in over here in sydney gray cloud southeasterly winds and we've gone from top of about thirty thirty eight degrees on sunday to a much more mild twenty four today so i'm wearing jeans what to do with anything. Nothing at all is the in fact. I've got the microphone whatever comes out of my mouth you. Hey look obvious gone a couple of things inside. I thought this voice you hit. Today is the voice all. I very very very happy man. Why's that was because the markets nodes because of a culmination of events that i have decided to do to make me any happy and one of those events of course as like yesterday. I was taking a break now often. We don't get instant rewards. We love instant. Gratification takes a little while yesterday. I felt okay actually told you i was feeling a a little bit little bit drawn out a little bit on welfare like i was getting a call today smashed out of the park. I'm feeling about as good as one can feel a multi mystic dick happy. I'm feeling very balanced and i'll tell you what as far as optimal conditions go. This man you're hearing right now is in optimal conditions for trading and and doing what i do some absolutely stoked soup pumped and count white to to see what i can achieve today because i tell you what there's not much. It'll getting my white today. That's dame shoreside. Whatever not in the markets was good. <hes> we saw bitcoin continue to move third day of gains. We haven't seen three days of gains nine. Since i lost a random we come back up into eleven seven and to be absolutely you know straight with you guys. We're only saw a once <hes> threat that run that was on the the first of march second third and fourth of march we saw tun and that'll grain one there so we are having a three bullish dies arrive. That's assuming that the candles gonna close the next two hours forty five minutes away diesel roughly the same as it is but it's looking god heading towards nine thousand we have tested nine thousand nine thousand forty six dollars here on my coin bai's jot and it'll be say if we can hold that level above nine thousand says i wouldn't be surprised to see a wee bit of a pullback on the four hours. Hi lo's and higher highs. We are starting to a little bit more bullish. It don't get all caught up brought. Don't get me wrong could still come off absolutely no doubt in my mind that we could see more self however how ev- isn't things starting to come into play now. If i shot the charts is starting to come back around to look a little. There's a few more chicks off of the bullish solder. Things look good to <hes>. There's a little bit more optimism out of china in relation to cryptocurrency currency now with vets fact fiction all unicorns. I don't know but it's good whispers to have <hes> three. There's a lot of things that are starting to come back into the spice that are good good chat good conversation good things happening and the s._e._c. also had some good things to site <hes> basically basically they were praising cryptocurrency and blockchain technology secondly apparently and i say apparently because you know until it's until i've seen the actual who set up on one hundred percent sure but apparently coined base has gotten with barclays bank barclays bank the two big base bir her <hes> there are big big big bank more base for you bravo and <hes> you know that's a big ply for bacchus to be promoting him getting involved lived with coined by studies direct involvement we cryptocurrency and that is a good thing. The banks are starting to look at how they can adapt and adopt and become one with this market which is great also also. There's chat chat chat of a u-turn. In china. The people's bank of china governor cold bitcoin inspiring spiring now. That's not good language. <hes> than nothing is obviously everything can change quickly but we are starting to see that cruise ship that i talk about is no longer in reverse in my view is starting to engage forward. We're not moving forward yet. We've just changed gays only keeping an eye on that on the markets for the next couple of days and they wanna wanna cover post crypto <hes> and bitcoin conversation and news and what not is this the difference between a dream and a goal role big difference there. Let me just tell you a little story right. <hes> i read something just recently. <hes> remember a vendor holyfield. Yes you remember him from such shows. As butting off people's is <hes> and punching people in the face and being a huge man throws big punches. Yes event holyfield the boxer. I'm talking about well he when he was a child had said he's mother. I think his mother who said you could be said you could be the next mohammed ali if you want to and he said yes yes i want to i want to i want. That's what i wanna be. I wanna be the next muhammad ali. I want to be the greatest and the follow up question by the coach was ause great. Is that a dream or goal. Is that a dream or is that a goal because drained and it looks like a very big distinction between the two and i want to bring this into the conversation because it made me stop at a made me think about am i dreaming dreaming or these goals and i've come to the conclusion that yes there are. There are some dreams that i do have <hes> but more so they are goals. They are big big. Gulls also <hes> now the difference between the two is is it a dream you can't get to run. A dream is a it's a fraction of your imagination of figment fig fragment fragment of your imagination. Is something that it. It's almost like you can't get to it. It's a dream that the very use of the word dream. It's inside your head. It's it's not real. The dream is not real. Do dreams come true. Dreams can't count show dreams become gull so i wanted to just get the distinct shame because a goal we can plot out we can structure. We can laid lead the yellow brick road to an outcome. We can plan that outcome out. A lot of people do drain however and that's why they don't achieve. He got all he's such should drama dream. It sometimes don't do people that are motivated by their goals are do as the people that are structured. They know what they want and they go. God damn get it. A gull can be shaved. A drain is a flushing little bubble that you might not ever reach so i challenge you to consider this big time tonight sedates and not when you get a bit of time whether it be on the train whether it be at home in bed whether it be during a meditation whatever it may be. I wanted to ask yourself. Are you thinking about dreams or are you planning talking about how to achieve your goals because differentiation between the two is striking. It is big and it may just change the way you view things. A dream is aw jeeze. I'd love to have that hundred underfoot yacht but you know i mean at the moment with the job that i've gotten. He's another excuse and he's another one. He's another one and he does. It realistically probably won't get it so it's dream ninety five win the lotto. That's a dream whereas the other way of looking at it is this. I want that hundred foot yacht and i'm gonna get it and if you're in a job you're not locking recommend shitty job right now but that's okay cause. I'm going to work my way out of that. Auntie defined something. That's gonna work for may now if that happens to be trading for you. Obviously you're in the right place. We can help you to get there. You're gonna take steps plot and plan and you know what if it's taking thirty years to get it who cares who cares i mean i know one of the causes. I listened to us from gary. Vague i._v. Talks about buying the new new york jets. He wants to buy the jets. He's a mad jets fan. I think they're i think they're basketball team or n._f._l. Audit i sorry sorry. I don't know that but he wants to buy the jets but the thing is right. It's not actually buying the the buying of the jets would probably be an anti-climax for me the journey it's the plotting it's the planning it's the it's the journey on the way to achieving that goal how the successful and the fun part of doing the end result is not what you're after often it's getting to the end. Result is the satisfaction it's the confidence is the ability it's the feelings that you get as you tick little little things along the way to get to that outcome outcomes <unk> dream stott set your goals and structure and break them down and this is what we do with trading as well now my prentice her. You'll be introduced to in the coming wakes. I've chosen my first apprentice. My friend is will be working through. He's got access to all my content augment martin so a mentoring him and pushing him through every single step that i know takes become a successful trader. Now he'll be the first one to get the new fibonacci causes coming out before a sta. 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The Good Pirate

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

00:00 sec | 5 months ago

The Good Pirate

"Welcome to kiss myths and mysteries. I'm your host crumb today. I'm continuing my investigation into the myths and mysteries surrounding pirates in one individual in particular because not all pirates were that evil that raped and pillaged their way up various villages along the coast. One such individual who was a pirate was Francis Drake. He was born in fifteen forty. Two by fifteen seventy six. He was the queen's favor and was directed to sail to a secret location one. She only disclosed to her inner circle. The difficulty in determining the location isn't honest return after circumnavigating the world upon his arrival back in England the coin hat all his maps and shipped logs locked up to this day. Few of these documents have been released despite. This history has revealed that Spain had blocked. Most of the trade routes England had used and she had found one end of the fabled northwest passage and the drake was to establish the other end meanwhile amateur to story and Robert Ward thinks. Drake was on a secret mission to find the northwest passage. And that's why he was sailing so far up the west coast. The idea is drake sailed up the coast. Until he found something he thought was the northwest passage perhaps Strait of Juan de Fuca but drake's bad located not far from point Reyes California and fourteen other sides claimed to be where in fifteen seventy nine drake spent sixty eight days now. He spent those sixty eight days because he needed a place to make repairs. Which involves something called careening? This is where the ship was pulled completely out of the water so that our whole be made free of worms barnacles the location of California's raise for the sixty eight day. Stay and repair of the ship are based on the area code. Drakes Bay fit in maps description of the bay where he stayed and a page from a ship's log that listed the side as thirty eight degrees north latitude and a brass plaque. The description of Indians found there but the plaque was declared a fake in nineteen thirty six and the fact that the Indians lived off. Acorns was never mentioned. And that the shape of the Bay but Oregon's whale cove also fits the shape of the bay on the map but the Indians were described as living in huts that were partially below ground. When the University of Oregon Examining area in the cove they found that just as described on the page of the ship slog the remnants of a native American hut partly underground near the side. Number of English coins were found that dated back to just before. Drake set sail. Also there was a document a firsthand description based on the observation of eight of his crew. That stated that they had stopped at forty four degrees north latitude. It would seem that a all the sites that claim to be were drake spent that summer of sixty eight days. Only the organ location forty four degrees north latitude which is exactly well. Co has the most real physical evidence of his visit. If you're driving up the Oregon coast be sure to stop at the town of Depot. Bake and enjoy the small town hospitality. Drive another mile and a half to whale cove and try to imagine what it was like for Sir Francis. Drake back in fifteen seventy nine but the debate. Over the location of Drake's North American stop rages on and despite evidence pointing at Oregon's well only put to rest when England releases all drake's maps and logs from his trip around the World Sir Francis Drake in Oregon's wilco was produced here at night owl sound studio and brought to you by internationally recognized psychic and medium Sharon our author of the Book Life Eternal. Love immortal the you can get Sharon. Bauer medium DOT COM and buy books of fiction and adventurer life on the chat kit chrome dot com. Where you could always get a book for free. We'll be talking more about pirates in the next few podcast leading up to the end of the week. Starting June first. I'll spend the entire month on ghost towns. Did you know that Oregon has more ghost towns than any other state in the country? This is kid crop. Thanks for listening.

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Russia Registers Coronavirus Vaccine Despite International Skepticism, Putins Daughter Inoculated

TIME's Top Stories

00:00 sec | 2 months ago

Russia Registers Coronavirus Vaccine Despite International Skepticism, Putins Daughter Inoculated

"Russia Registers Corona Virus Vaccine Despite International Skepticism Putin's daughter inoculated by Vladimir Issue Schenck of. Moscow. Russia on Tuesday became the first country to officially register a corona virus vaccine and declare it ready for use despite international skepticism President Vladimir Putin said that one of his daughters has already been inoculated. Putin. Emphasized that the vaccine underwent the necessary tests and has proven efficient offering a lasting immunity from the corona virus. However, scientists at home and abroad have been sounding the alarm that the rush to start using the vaccine before phase three trials, which normally last for months and involved thousands of people could backfire. Speaking at a government meeting Tuesday Putin said that the vaccine has undergone proper testing and is safe. I would like to repeat that it has passed all the necessary tests. He said the most important thing is to ensure full safety of using the vaccine and its efficiency. The Russian leader added that one of his two adult daughter says received two shots of the vaccine. She has taken part in the experiment Putin said. Putin said that his daughter had a temperature of thirty eight degrees, Celsius or one hundred point four degrees Fahrenheit on the day of the first vaccine injection, and then it dropped to just over thirty seven degrees Celsius or ninety eight point six Fahrenheit on the following day. After the second shot she again had a slight increase in temperature, but then it was all over. She's feeling well and has high number of antibodies Putin added. He didn't specify which of his two daughters Maria or cat arena received the vaccine. Russian authorities have said that medical workers, teachers and other risk groups will be the first to be inoculated. Deputy Prime Minister. Tetiana Gokova. Cova. said that the vaccination of doctors could start as early as this month. The Health Ministry said in Tuesday statement that the vaccine is expected to provide immunity from the corona virus for up to two years. Putin. Emphasized that vaccination will be voluntary Russian officials have said that large scale production of vaccine will start in September and mass vaccination may begin as early as October. When the pandemic struck Russia Putin ordered state officials to shorten the time of clinical trials were potential corona virus vaccines becoming the first country in the world to develop a vaccine was a matter of national prestige where the Kremlin as it tries to assert the image of Russia as a global power. State television stations and other media have praised scientists working on it and presented the work the envy of other nations. Professor Alexander Ginsburg head of the Malayia Institute that developed the vaccine raised eyebrows and May when he said that he and other researchers tried the vaccine on themselves. Human Studies started June seventeenth among seventy six volunteers. Half were injected with the vaccine in liquid form and the other half of the vaccine that came and soluble powder. Some of the first half were recruited from the military which raised concerns that servicemen may have been pressured to participate. Amid Russia's rush to become the first to create a vaccine, the US. Britain and Canada last month accused Russia of using hackers to steal vaccine research from Western labs. As the trials were declared completed questions arose about the vaccine's safety and effectiveness. Some experts scoffed at Russian authorities, assurances that the vaccine drug produced the desired immune response and caused no significant side effects pointing out that such claims need to be backed by published scientific data. The World Health Organization said all vaccine candidates should go through full stages of testing before being rolled out. Experts have warned that vaccines that are not properly tested can cause harm in many ways from a negative impact on health to creating a false sense of security or undermining trust in vaccinations.

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Save It For The Cage

You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Save It For The Cage

"Thank you for listening to this podcast one production available on Apple PODCASTS and podcast one G Woah. There's no bad guy come Jay I knew what his Friday and Saturday nights were like it was a thing of legend he did nothing he stayed home and he watched tapes of Russians training and wrestling the Russians predominantly in wrestling win more Olympic and world medals than anybody else why point that out for you offi furniture out of the way so they can slow a tape down and rewind it and work on and defenses to a single leg attack point being when you have roles that high sometimes it is very hard to ever stop having those goals and when you don't see a clear trajectory to the gold belt in this case is easier nothing short of spectacular he wanted to be the Olympic champion I went to the University of Oregon I was out of college when Ben was coming through his running uh-huh out I've seen guys very real thing I respect it they short themselves opportunity short themselves memories they short which is a major fake out because it was a month ago we were swimming in pools it was so warm it is very beautiful day I am grateful for that but but generally that is step number one and that's how I interpreted it so I'm GonNa put my two cents in been aspirins goals as an athlete from the time he was a little boy have been the sky is bright blue there is not a cloud in sight so what do I do I put on a t-shirt like a reasonable person I walk outside look at your window to try to gauge what you should put on for the day so I look out the window it's beautiful I mean the sun is Coming Down James Day and thank you for joining another special episode of you're welcome I will tell you guys I was faked out this morning to the highest of levels tell me if this has happened to you it is so cold in Oregon it's like thirty eight degrees I go get in my car I can't even drive because I can't see out the windshield so I turned my wipers on you got plenty more left than you're using your way into this and you had ten years undefeated and now you've got three months of a rough spot willow or do they are looking for is to see which way the wind blows in terms of response do the masses come out and so what will don't even talk that way Zolfo career but it's what they WANNA do they're not just to have a match they're not there just to show up it'd be one of the guys it's a different mindset I respect it go back inside change my clothes jacket which is hard to find but I did find one at any rate I also caught some news this came yesterday but Ben Aspirin had gone on Air WanNa show instead you know after this loss of my I'm going to consider retirement and there's a few things at play there generally when somebody starts talking about retirement the first thing that on his first day the former champion the number five right guy in the world that's Robbie lawler standard across from him on his first day at work how many of you on your first day at work wrestling fans but the point that he's studying technique he's calling his brother on the phone they're working on the two everybody's out at the bar everybody's out having a good time him and his little brother Max on the living room moving the wouldn't a championship a Grand Prix a million dollars Oh and by the way they had met up I point that out because to make believe in any walk of life that been aspirin from sitting at your desk too long but it's different it is different than staying in combat if that's not what you WanNa do now I do have a different that's the mental side I have a different assessment Alvarez once you get your feet wet and you get the hang of things just how far you can go so he gets del Robbie lawler it from the bottom of the pile for sure he'd walk in there with Robbie lawler your first time in the US sucks your first time in belot or your first heart rate up sweat dripping fight so to look at yourself from a physical standpoint in there with those three trained it does or as the wipers are getting drawn kloss ice my whole windshield was frozen so at some point it dipped below thirty two degrees good for Muslim but not bad for whoever the opponent would be that shot would have knocked out a donkey nobody could take that shot and it landed right on the okay take that all clas- killers getting a mixed result and fairness one the first one I'm throwing the second one out lost the it's a pretty mixed bag and to think that this line of work look this isn't like being an insurance salesman okay where you go in and I kind of like to get out but you don't you hang in there another three years and yet maybe you've got some lower back pain what world class is just historically not true that is fiction that is hater talk and you get to do that as a fan I want it correct you if you did do it it's part of being a fan there okay well he found a way through that won his second day I think you have to throw that out in fairness don't you can we all at least agree that just just take that off the board aspirin from a physical side k. he was thrown into the wolves don't forget at the same night that he lost the Maya overrun another network there's Douglas Lima that one off the board Oh by the way the guy who happened to throw the shot Mazda all is getting ready to headline Madison Square Garden so once again not as though anybody did him any favor you buy the ticket you could cheer or do anything you want I will just share with you that it would still not be accurate then ask for induction into the UFC he was it does not sleep very much he got his hand and stuff you guys don't even know about he's involved in Crypto currency and Light Coin Benz doing stuff that you don't even know about coaching basically it's time to go is inaccurate by then that would be an accurate mentally if you want to do something else Benz got a lot of options is very busy guy the he's been in there that's just a hard night out no way around it and by the way it was a really great fight I mean it was a really really good crazy scrambling I'm in one it's not unique just to the your first time in a new organization ask Eddie Alvarez it's just it's a rough one it just is but then asked fight Robbie lawler at least relate to that your first day in the office there's lawler's not wearing a tee shirt and has a mouthpiece then what's going on tired of seeing what other people thought so give me your thoughts don't forget you don't always have to be a jerk about it you know what really bothers me having to drive myself all over so I mean he's he's got options physically if he wants to go on yeah and I don't even really know that there's a whole lot to work on I think he could show up the same as he up Saturday he'll get mixed bag they'll be some really good wins in there and they'll gonNA be some rear naked choke slipped into them walk up to the sport but that's why all in one place electrical plumbing contracting manufacturing don't sweat it Zoro has you covered Zoro dot com has tools and equipment and any order over fifty bucks and just for listeners of this show visit Zoro dot com slash shale sign up for email and you will get fifteen percent off your first order again that Zoro dot com slash jail for fifteen percent off your first safety and office supplies and cleaning devices and more from brands that you trust like Stanley three Milwaukee Snyder rubbermaid just to name a few Zorro Oh dot com guys at spell Zeo and it is where you're gonna find everything you need for any business of any size and almost any industry dot com offers amazing customer service from real people right here in the US and you're gonNA love the free and fast shipping for Astle well my guys at Zoro Dot Com are here to make it easy for all of us because you can get everything you need in one place zone first and then he ends up there with Maya that's just a hard fight asked me I've been in there with my ask Anderson Silva he's been in there with Maya as Tyron so you know what that's a that's a good idea I was kind of I was going to bring that up to you but since you brought it up yeah we're on the same page and you go well you know like I said and they go ahead and retired orders Zoro dot com slash shale get it all in one place well well well look who's back my old friend percents on aspirins comments I do believe that I am right that that was kind of his way of testing the waters see what other people thought I'm thinking about own just to get office supplies as a world class fighter and sports personality there's no reason I should be able to do everything I need without all the now but the public on the edge and I hate being on the public side about seventy four percent of early betters are on the as but is not only a kids club coaches college guys with a world and Olympic dreams I mean he's busy oh by the way gets his own train has a fight career ready sat out for three years and only one time that is what the rule book says however that's not what his performance against Anthony Perish showed us so I'm stuck be a three round fight and I think that would be better for George now I only based it's I'm not even basic skills Dave I'm basing that on history says Nate Diaz should not be mason man I gotta get right into it with you we got the B. M. title it's going down this week it's at Madison Square Garden it's Mazal versus Nate Diaz you gotTa tell me how you because you're speaking for me I'm stuck in that same spot man I I can't form my own opinion I do kind of go back and forth I think you have two different fights if it wasn't needed to rest his body rest as mine redo this is almost like a different guy that doesn't have you don't get better at something by not doing it but I've never seen him look so good the only one that's ever been non stop with the ad once by Josh Thompson years ago so there's going to be a good one dave I really appreciate that analysis on the I dislike I mean they're styled are made for each other right they're just they're just gonNA come forward a bang it out and you know neither guys get either guys it's going to be a slug fest to the big bad ass in the sport without a doubt The way I see it I think you know we I like the plot US money on the only the truth I we opened this kinda coined by minus one ten and we let the money thick date whereas GonNa go and some money came in on Mazza down the I've went up I'm stuck in the what the Hell's going on here that was arresting as the beat the Hell Outta Pettus then how good is this going to be maybe that three years is exactly what he that's my side as of now we're going to wait to see how those odds move I think of it the you're mad at pick the sharper actions is going to be on massive Adele we actually went up a little bit too high last week in the minus two Oh five mas with L. We got hit by very respected better on the plus one seventy so we dropped it back event let me tell you what I mean by that I think that the fact that it's five rounds is going to help I think this was a three round fight so in any way you want to do but not a main of it alb- cardio that's just not true either so it really is one of these fights where we just kind of see it Dave we just we just have to see these guys fight let me ask you this one call you might have a point but then he comes out looking great and you know sure there's that thing's called Ring rush-right but on the flip side dudes rested and he's been in so many fights what happens is these guys suck all the air out of the room and the truth is this whole hard is stacked or you guys take an action anywhere else it's not the best in my opinion I can't wait where I can actually post interesting props you know our props I'm going to post them interesting crops here confront me with reality which says okay we'll tell me a time that Mazda I'll ever faded maybe is known for his cardio but to make believe that Mazda doesn't have eh I'm leaning when I tell you I like the as in the later rounds because we know what a cardio machine he is that does get offset if you were it's GonNa be all over the world so the author of the move there so you know it's going to be a waiting game all about the number at the end of the day but gun behead right now I'm going to take and plus es you know this this is one of those kind of fight that I like where I can't really figure it out to tell you the truth I can't figure out a fight and I get lost money on a guy that's my guy are you can I could make a bet on till by example of course he can absolutely not gasoline is a favor minus one ninety five museum Shit Oh man I can't wait that ever ever since I hurt despite what's happening I mean this one really gets my blood going what fight band crapping everything we all know about his diet infants whereas Diet and how he he and his brother take care of themselves in the triathletes and always working out monster cardio too cetera thing be a mess titles involved you're now the rock himself is getting involved and going to put the belt around the waist really caught on but one of the things that happened when I think he's a to even I don't I don't think you go over I think most people are going to bet that he goes over to the number or back not under following if he was to get announced as the next opponent for John Jones do you give him a chance by example does the book start at five to one or is he a little tighter gone interview over under two and a half I to bleed the as linus one eighty favorite I don't know if he wants to be a favourite and that and we'll be as land we're going to be rooting for John j-o-h-n that night so conservatively I you know shoot we'd open hand and we're going to open up this week probably mining the public just takes those big dogs in these fights whether ray it's is gonNA be plus three hundred plus four hundred plus five hundred on up so we'll open lower than we think it's better to open lower on those John Jones type of fights in the open higher because actress Oh yeah you're absolutely right and he just looked so damn good against pettit that give me the money man give me that plus for it now you know I start things I mean the thing with John Jones flights in any kinda heavy favorite like that the public to be on the dog so you can open them a lot more concerned it's something Jones Roy hasn't seen it at two Oh five right a big dude so I think that's GonNa be interesting well not stockton slaps so we're going to have to prop sort of big fight oh I love it hey and you know what the hardest one there for some of those I know the answer that's easy money two and a half on the the WHO has the man has yet if I'm just with a coin who went I've taken oray but when I get plus money plus one forty plus one forty five whatever price the USC whenever John Jones fights we get the roof form because everybody's on the dog shore and I'm guessing by your tone but just clarify for me it'd be winus one eighty two over two and a half under minus one eighty so if he goes over to an African get plus money hey a little bit random but if dominic ray is who I trust your a hero right now I know the little lady in Iowa won't know who the hell he is but the hardcore fan does and he's undefeated and he's younger there's something to be said for that in sports fan and to be in on the Act Online dot ag awesome you are the man thank you thank you so much good catching up all right guys Dave Mason Better Line DOT AG so we'll probably open about minus four hundred minus four fifty right around there it could go down just GonNa ahead what are you talking about real percentages on except for your resolve Kinda like you said just could read you rejuvenate them and and keeps care of his body and so it's not out there you know Yup it's it's one of the guys I think he's fought in a while even though Jon Benet Jon had a spirit tough battles last fight with that bruiser and one of the greatest to ever stepped between the ropes jerry the king lawler having any other way joined the king and his Co host Sean reading is the get together to reflect on Friday on apple podcasts and podcast one and if you love the show tell your friends and leave a rating and review now back to your wealth of you know I could say hey it's it's minus eight hundred but no one's GonNa take that at nine hundred and everybody's GonNa Take The plus six hundred so you're gonNA run up a big red figure on that and we all four major sports in incessant right now 'cause football great USB card this weekend Breeders Cup I mean it it's it's a fun time of year to be sounds like you Dave Mason just the human being you think race has a bit of a chance everybody can get a chance I guess but I just think it's length is is length that is free by the way I know that's a sponsor for the show and I plug it with that is truly a free account if you want it to be you you can also monetize your account and they will give you a fifty percents bonus just use the Promo Code podcast one that's up to you but getting that insight to knowledgeable guy and I call him a knowledgeable guy because he's one of the press conference in Russia nobody knows one if he's serious I mean congressman saying so much you don't for sure even know if it's happening to big question who's who's press conferences series legendary career from Memphis the wwe to just about everywhere else ask you one question who's the greatest in the world down the new episodes of Jerry lawler show every come with jail Sunan meanwhile conor McGregor is locked down in a hotel in Russia so are you going to fall on this story let's start at the beginning like you're not connor announces pry after I get off the horn with you will be as slip off massive at all as you're going to be three hundred the as drops in the post flight finish I think they have a combined how many fight forty some fights in the USA Today you're thirty some fights in the USA and and forty one of the US he even dropped a I'm going to be fighting January fourteenth Las Vegas gives a little couple of clues their tone it was unnamed but speculation absolutely right and probably with our head office guy the other day you use US Navy as now I'm pro the so we always we always have arguments it did you have this a fight media sports press conference or is this for the whisky brand which by the way getting ready to launch and Russia money where his mouth if this is your welcome with jail Sunan pro wrestling vans listen. Wwe Hall of Famer aside from the fact that you have connor and cowboy there's just something there connor goes out and he's answering questions right it's a media day oh behind an alcohol brand notice coors light that may sound silly but from a marketing standpoint if you get the power of cores versus the power proper twelve you have something started to rise that I it was Donald Surani Don Donald cerrone who was leading the pack makes a lot of for a couple of reasons that makes a Lotta sense one is because Donald is also but the way the camera was set it was just on connor there was no camera behind connor to then show the audience but when the audience got involved and they did get involved that's basically a Q. and A. Except it's not fans it's media but I guess fans were allowed into the event I say I guess because I watched it well it turned out it was the whiskey okay great would have caught her wants attention for whiskey than Carney's attention for Carter and Connor's best known as a fighter great so we have some fight talk the history of favor the younger guy for so long that was John the youngest champion of all time times past and now he's got an opponent this younger than him I just think there's a dialogue there that could move the line somehow gets surrounded by a bunch of thugs from Dagestan now when I say that I am actually quoting an article from bloody elbow when they said thugs from Dagestan we fight and you don't give them enough respect Cetera et cetera and that was that what he was saying before the Pettit way out right three years off at Blah Blah Blah to the fact that Carter got an a shouting match of sorts with the gentleman that was never clear to me if he was Dagestani specifically a Russian specifically but he was in Russia and he was upset about flying buying connor slips out of the way and connor standing his ground connor somehow ends up back at the hotel in Moscow and the hotel thanks Connor said about Dagestan which happens to be where it can be from which is why that region gets worked into the story so the guy picks up a bottle nobody got hurt but I do have a bigger concern as it pertains to connor because one of the things that connor had said in that press conference point because connor even even telegraphs isn't says to the very nice don't throw that bottle so guy must have acted like he was gonNA throw the guy did throw it one second later a bottle let's is I don't love what you guys are doing you guys were using my face and put it on national brands of chicken they had seen I think 'cause he saw with got obviously and dozens of games and help run that first bite so I don't know you know it interesting to try to call me a chicken but you also did a business wise to sell your product and I didn't get anything for that and that's not right but now I'm left to believe that they're right on where the guys are even from what is what is the lynch mob show up and by the way they're holding their driver's license so you get to know where they're from so don't call me a chicken okay connor I got a problem with that I have a problem with that because you don't need to flex that is dirty pool but he went further on the subject of chicken to say here I am so who's the chicken now here I stand before you in Moscow alone take back on plus one seventy sharper action is on gassing on this car is awesome and I can't wait one of the best cars of the year I five hundred maybe even a little lower minus four hundred and see what happens but you know like I said open those Johns Jones five that's a good thing about booking get minded six hundred ninety seven hundred ten opener wall but at lower than it should be all right let's see where that goes and I I tend to think the public we're going to bring that a little closer this dominant raises a bit of a if I am the spokesman even if I'm the one being teased if I am literally the face you're using to sell your poultry I get a cut what he's right that I'm into the drama of at all I'm into nobody got hurt and so we've got something to talk about and even if it's a little bit more rugged in a little more guerrilla title already the article and you're also left to try to decide what does that mean folks was there five guys was there to was there twenty I mean in percent it's twelve percent but it's no more of the pie it's a little piece don't live your life that way that kids do not walk around thank you have to put yourself in jeopardy that you need to put yourself in a region and then challenge them and then have a hotel lockdown walkout me and I'm not so I'm going to step up there's a piece of that here I get that but that in the pie is one little slice it's bravery but aside from that in his chosen profession none of us need to walk around improve our bravery by doing something stupid don't mistake showing bravado with being dumb I don't have a tremendous problem that he went to Russia to launch his whisky brand I don't I also don't think he was tremendously necessary why is him having boots on the ground knowing another part of life you're going to be insulted did the guy physically touch you know the the right to defend yourself cannot be invoked turn the other cheek walkaway face them and pound yourself on the don't live life that way it's a little piece of the sport we all had to do it when we were kids but once we graduate high school that kids where the tough guy business or sometimes you go and do tough things we're still a society here that's confined to the cage I did not like that he to show bravado thought he needed to go break into the that's kid stuff that's a little kid stuff once you become an adult and if you're on the fight game yeah there's GonNa be some call outs that go back to playground rules and you're scared late center and throw weapons at a bus full of people to get to read I don't like that group mentality I don't like the mob mentality that he had a bunch of old guy at a bar because the guy insulted hey that's it the guy can get a license give them a license get him in the cage that's how this works be as rough and tumble as you want but reserving for the gauge other than that off is gone we open a new chapter and I stayed on kind of a sobering note because I don't want to be in a bad situation because he thinks he has proved his bravery connery as Congress he's not one having somebody throw a bottle at him stain they're going to hotel getting surrounded it's no way to live life should not particularly when you're already tough-guy respected tough-guy notable tough guy and they shut the hotel lockdown not just to connor they locked nobody could come or leave the police deal with this issue I'm into the whole story see what happens is there anything else to get off your chest Oh man what do I start personal stuff or what do you WanNa get into you want to tell secrets legal counsel happy a happy life that would be my advice to guys since we talked last all hell broke loose with Nate Diaz use the UFC the title the Madison Square Garden the purview the any way you want to name it all broke loose and I've talked about this on youtube but I have not talked to a specifically about you guys and I think it would be irresponsible to at least not means my statement that I made with no evidence that he was not guilty turned out that I was right on that he wasn't guilty he then says not enough publicly apologize is and do it twice now I don't I I don't know why they had to apologize twice I don't know but that's what include that they had a possible couple of angles to go maybe the meat that he took off the board maybe a supplement which he took off the board he took his own defenses away goes no further I don't eat meat so don't think I'm GonNa come to you with this tainted meat thing I don't take illegal drugs so don't think I'm going to come to you with that they told me do they did stay in the office later they did reopen the lab after hours they did pay the money and bring it better experts and they did clear him I becoming to New York for anything to do with fight week that he has been notified from USA that he had an irregularity on test they will look into it get everything I just told you is all DEA said I summarize that was not a quote verbatim I'm right there so we are left to connect all the playing in the circumstantial game here and I'm telling you from a guy who was on the other side of the tracks I'm telling you from a guy who did do it all and was looking working overtime but you're getting this figured out and you're gonNA figure it out tonight and unless you do I'm out Whoa Whoa what just happened here now guys don't but I do have to remind you the only one that brought us to the public's attention and the only one that may be put you even a little tiny bit of a bad like was you you're the one demanded not only are you gonNA pause politics twice now I kind of would've liked to have grabbed eight and go hey nate I get the public apology I get clear in your name by the way the few supplements that I do take get from whole foods and are as trusted as anything that has ever been sold so you get your ass back into the lab somebody include that he had been notified by Asada we are left to conclude that Assad had not come to a resolution but that they were going to go look into something and we were favor that never needed to be stated that's just not WanNa guilty guy does now that is not evidence that he is innocent it's not but it's not what a guilty guy does so if we're all we're all just an apology twice of other people and you got it which once again makes you unintentionally the smartest guy in the room so I'm for an excuse that somebody would buy that what nate did is not what a guilty guy does it's just not time went on they did do just what the Senate nobody else said it nobody made it public did not do this Dana did it do you have seen did it do this you made it public I feel if somebody trouble but they still have science and they still have a test and they still have to be objective and they have to show integrity to that test so they did they did what they did but nate no absolutely not this Oh guys let's talk about did this how did Nate D. as in the beef with USA and the apology times too I'll give him due process they will work with him to get to the bottom of it they are not accusing the test says what the test says that's how I saw very polite they're very reasonable they get a bad rap they're very there's only so many options that you can do for marketing and advertising this is organic this happened on accident this was real this was not paid for this had said this about you just in-kind if they did it on social media than in-kind through social media they would need to apologize make it right but you're the one that did it and then you demand I have no idea what's going on the United States Anti Doping Agency did not put out a statement that you have not put out a statement before or after we only have what nate said so we are left to you can go to digital you could see billboards newspaper yellow pages ah mail things out to a selected area the company will come out and go you can't pay for that kind of advertising that's really true in the world of marketing and advertising that you only have so many options you could go to TV is that going to help the fight yeah it is it wasn't a marketing point the best the best marketing is organic you'll hear the expression in March senator chill how do those statements work allow me explain nick the as did not show up to a press conference for a world title fight and by the way this hold up on their expense their outlets checkbook when they don't have anybody to talk to imagine that that's what you call a phone interview okay not meant to go into this was covered by everybody I still remember the day that Nick Diaz ended up on Sports Center Nick Diaz has never been on sports conference was supposed to be so big most press conference you've got everybody on the main cards up there some of them they'll bring in and they'll cover five cards at once you got twenty people up there this the press conference everybody has to be there Nick no-shows at Dana so mad he calls on Speaker Cesar Gracie Knicks handler coach manager mental right between Nick and George was so big in the scheduled a press conference three people were invited Nick George with Dana in the middle so pretty fair question by Dana well the empty chair we're Nicholas supposed to be sitting made for such incredible and thirty three percents of set press conference doesn't show up imagine how happy the boss that paid for all is going to be imagine how happy in willing to media that business tough to do business with secondly if I can't trust you to show up to a press conference you said you'd be at how can I trust that you'll show up on fight night how theater sportscenter put it on a UFC couldn't even get on ESPN back then could not do it to people could get on ESPN at that time Dana White you can count on him and Dana Goes Yeah I'm gambling man I see the numbers let's let's do it and it worked out it's unintentional does he get credit for being a marketing genius for talks to him on speaker for everybody here where everybody knows I did my job I did my part I got I got stiffed here Caesar takes call so Dana's so mad and brock listener sports that are put an empty chair because it told such an incredible story all of a sudden that fight the analytics are now oh now is a marketing genius well you you decide you tell me I don't think that's a it was just roll the dice that he does show up because businesses looking pretty good and by the way he skipped media before but he's never skipped an ass whipping contest I performance fabrics and cool details made for the outdoors it has durable fabric and stretches for comfort as well as a comfort flex waistband everybody some good some bad some because of the drama of last week some because nate got to apology I if I could ask any part of this story that a professor can tell in a college and encourage students to go to work for fortune five hundred company and then do something like that but I do think there is something to be observed organic news and media things that people say you couldn't pay for that kind of advertising that's a real thing everybody is talking about this fight voice when you're out there in the woods hiking camping you need a pair of jeans that won't quit on you and never compromise well look no further than offers a ton of options with this line pants shorts jackets shirts they got it all want to check them out go to wrangler dot com slash jail to get hit this gear is made for anyone who hikes fishes camps does anything outdoors if you live in Oregon like me this is the perfect genes for you wrangler almost double what that fight was projected to do with Nick de as refusing to do media every because Hey dan you gotta ride this one out man you're a gambling man jails Sunan now back to your welcome with jail son Francis Donald came out and Francis E G it is a new line from Wrangler at g by Wrangler is the best of both worlds all the things you love from wrangler now with high Daniel Cormier had his first loss it was to John Jones and we were working together at Fox and Steve Yeah I know this pain and I need to feel this pain I need to sit here at my house would nobody around and yes I'm depressed but I you want to do that if I could just ask one question he need I just need to know why why to apologize I am genuinely interested why why is it got to be this is legit. He's thinking of canceling the fight it his argument is to punish Nick for Nick not showing his argument is you're not going to help sell the fight and win the fight to all the A T G by wrangler style that's wrangler dot com slash shale wrangler where with abandoned you're listening to your welcome with Gano had said I hate to lose what I needed to lose too steep to prepare myself for the title now to prepare myself for the title now nine years so it was it was different and he could isolate and he could identify and he did know exactly how are we responded each one of the need to be I need this pain 'cause I know what it does to me when I come out the other side of it and Becker accepted that he didn't like it but he accepted it and but he was able to pinpoint a lot of that motivate in motivation which he needed at that time to recapture and reclaim to a pain acker was the director of the show and Cormie quit coming in for work he didn't show up for like three weeks and Bekker's calling him Beker said hey you gotta get in here got work to do and he was a coach in an athlete will always be their own best coach and athlete that's great we'll never coach themselves they'll always have a coach but an athlete will always I heard that and it's a nice little band aid to put on their way to move onto the next step in a lot of times you need that a Lotta Times you got to move onto the next up there will be times as an athlete you us lie to yourself as a way of preparing yourself so there's a Lotta things that happened there but when I saw Ronald say that that was on the underground saw the kids and he wasn't an hurry to make that pain go away like most people hey new day that alarm goes off you get up and you answer the bell face the world good advice he knew himself here's the question is that a reality or is that something that guys just say you probably heard it before I was losing losing was the best thing that ever happened to me probably and we're talking about this this is where this came up and a lot of them were saying that it was nothing more than him just trying to tell himself that while I don't know I will share a story with you but it was an arena in a different promotion in a foreign land that was happy that he walked in a parked his ass on a seat Lebron James Lebron loses a year that's generally the reality tiger woods gets beat all the time okay for Cormet he'd lost like five times point to it as one that's been overlooked particularly what it does have tidal implications and whether their immediate or down the road a bit they've got implications by the way you're very topical right now even if it's for reasons you don't want it to be people want to hear from you and I have the right to you which means I have the rights to that footage you gotta get Corey Anderson can only be ignored for so long Johnnie Walker is one of the hottest things on two feet I was in a bill to put this in perspective for you on this Johnny Walker turned out to be a very true thing cormie new himself he'd only lost a handful of times right most of us can't even relate to that hey how do you respond after loss again the real thing there maybe he was getting too big for his britches maybe that's spotlight came a little bit too bright and a little bit too fast maybe and maybe he needed to be humbled I was in a building with Johnnie Walker in England three months ago for Bella Tore Johnny was either there to watch or he was supporting somebody maybe at a teammate is all the time who had to respond after loss get beat all the time I mean that's us that's usually sports would it matter if you're playing baseball or you're playing football or basketball no matter I think that's a pretty good focus group guys so Corey Anderson came out and he was talking about this fight and he's very honest and open he said very inconvenient for the kids on the ground that are debating this as it pertained to Ghana's statement maybe it's something you just say but maybe it's not maybe block something from your bubble did it happen it just did not happen take it off the board you're laying in bed at night you think about your career thinking about some of your expensive they're something you have to just throw that just didn't happen let's see told me I need to become a needle mover before I can get bigger fights and he goes that's a little bit of a problem because I'm just not that Guy I'm to get hungry again maybe that's how I interpreted I thought it was meaningful and I thought you'd appreciate the story one of the big fights it's going to go down this weekend that I feel is being under be their best co they they know they know and he took control and he took charge they felt pain but motivated him and he knew that it would so I offer you that story Oh setbacks I say that because he wanted to become a world champion he left the SP became champ champ became world champion of a whole different way climbing he did some remarkable things agree with corey tremendously on his assessment of himself my first experience with Corey Anderson was through the ultimate fighter and the ultimate fighter I was sitting at home I'm on my couch I don't know all I know is when he came in people started pulling out their cell phones the crowd it was his big thing that's a microcosm that's one arena watching this guy he was very charismatic he definitely stood out his interviews definitely stood out then he had the skills to back it up and then I found out he was the joke charisma the can captivate and always has fun things to say there's another road at another path and it's one that Qamar uz men walked work core macy's Becker can't do it he said I'm hurting right now and I know myself and I haven't lost very many times I've had a good athletic crab at lost very many times where he just beat everybody there was nobody left and apparently that's the one I'm going to have to do now I liked that for many reasons I liked it he found an example it's a respect thing I never met Koreans but I feel that I can grab him and tell him that I don't agree with this assessment I like that hold the story oh I guess what I got good news for you we like the story so guys I'm just about to get out of here my producer taking hard fights I like that he's getting there with Walker I liked that it's at Madison Square Garden I like that he came out and shared the story with the is I see Corey Anderson get off track I want to grab him and shake him I view that I am in a position to do that because I am older than him and we are both wrestler Kamara I don't think you never need to reinvent the wheel the world's been around long enough to find somebody else who's done what you WanNa do and then go copy up I like that but I do slur you know so now I gotta go to cheer for Cheer for the wrestler but he also had things to say that we're very interesting he continues to do that even did a face to face with John Jones found out John Jones was already fought and I had evidence that it didn't work the first time this is Henry stance so he wants to go to one thirty five and he has two opponents that he's interest Earth Ustadz thing whatever happened there I'm good with nate pushing back whatever happened there happened there I'm GonNa if you think it's silly you love it like I do how why that's it I'll decide as viewer if you have a good story if you don't go find another one but this is all promotion is is having a story we cannot say this enough time so he's a good promoter the Johnny Walker versus Corey Anderson and even though that is valued it's still not on the main card and beat on the main card is a very real thing so because it's not on the main card I'm going to UFC little bit of an Owl Snow Job Squad pin me pay me type angle but I was into it and then I liked it he backed it up by I'm not going that path but I have another one is the car Kamar awesome signing that some event he shows up he does a Dojo storm and make sure to catch the whole thing on camera now I'm not I don't want to become an advocate of that kind of guerrilla marketing but the actors though there's me hey make sure you touch on Henry Hula so basically the nuts and bolts of this henry pseudo was doing an interview with Brendan and British shop and vigor reward he's a prizefighter we're going to see Henry at one hundred thirty five pounds that will be my quick cut to the chase on that whether it's against dominant defense against Frankie I do through a hard fight it's going to be a hard night out in a hard training camp and have to cut an extra ten pounds or he doesn't have to cut the ten pounds still trains really hard and has a bigger fight that then has but he's now shorten his list as of yesterday and all the wasn't on when he was talking to Brennan was down to Dominic and also an interest in frankie the he just said look they want me to fight benefit us at one twenty five Bellavia has beaten me in the past and I understand that I o b this a fight well Dana stepped in and said look it's better Vitas I'm not taking us from Benedetto's as a matter of fact I'm giving benefits I can't make Henry fight him I can only offer the fight but I two belts I have two Kingdoms and in fairness I'm GonNa go to whatever fight is biggest and as I see it that's not I can only tell them this is my wish he can tell me doesn't want to do it if he does that fine but I take the bell you do to avoid the number one contender in this business so I'll take the question is what do you do with Bellavia well I don't know that I have are I apologize what do you do with Henry Pertains to one hundred twenty five pounds when Ben Evita's dead and a further my evidence it's a rematch most people don't know it's a rematch because most people didn't care in the first fight so you want me to find a guy who strap that's a big deal that's a really big deal this champ champ thing is very real and champ champ champ when you work the Olympic J it's a big deal but as a big enough to have henry go in there was talk that one hundred twenty five pounds was go away completely Dana was asked about

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NEJM This Week  October 10, 2019

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NEJM This Week October 10, 2019

"Welcome this is the New England Journal of Medicine I'm Dr Lisa Johnson This Week October tenth twenty nineteen we feature articles on complete eight or culprit lesion only pc I for myocardial infarction risk factors for macular to logic Asia to speeds of increasing risk of the composite outcome of cardiovascular death or recurrent myocardial infarction as well as the risk of future re vascular ization it appears to be all cause mortality discourage the strategy of routine complete re vascular ization since this strategy appears to be safe and reduces the appropriate to recommend complete revalorisation for patients similar to those included in the complete trial the editorialists hope that the Invest En- shown to reduce the risk of heart outcomes such as death and recurrent myocardial infarction should the consistent lack of benefit with respect to all medicare drug price negotiation on talking about toxicity and on the reality of intimate partner violence complete a virus infection a case report of a woman with headache and somnolence and perspective articles on proposals to redesign Medicare part D he ci of Non Culprit Lesions further reduces the risk of such events is unclear in the complete trial four thousand forty one nia driven revised version had occurred in eight point nine percent of patients in completely vascular Ization Group as compared with sixteen point seven Sta gators will be able to obtain data from longer follow-up in order to evaluate whether the tendency toward a small reduction in all cause mortality he is coronary intervention pc I of the culprit lesion reduces the risk of cardiovascular death or myocardial infarction whether from reeks hospitality Copenhagen writes in an editorial that until now a general strategy of complete re vascular ization has not percent of patients in the culprit lesion only P. C. I. Group the benefit of completely vascular relation was consistently observed regardless and as well as the risk of cardiovascular death myocardial infarction or ischemia driven re Vascular Ization Lars coober vascular ization at a median follow up of three years the first co primary outcome of cardiovascular death or Myocardial Infarction Sciences Hamilton Ontario Canada in patients with St Segment elevation myocardial infarction stemming perky tain adage of either complete re vascular ization with PCI of n geographically significant non culprit lesions or no further of the intended timing of non culprit lesion PCI among patients with semi and multi vessel coronary artery disease complete we've asked was superior to culprit lesion only PC I in reducing the risk of cardiovascular death or myocardial infarction in the culprit lesion only P. C. I. Group the Second Co primary outcome of cardiovascular death myocardial infarction or ischemic become significant over time better selection of high risk patients may also refine the determination of who is most likely to benefit from completely vascular ization regardless in light of the results of the well planned and well executed trial by Meta and colleagues the guidelines patients with stemming and multi vessel coronary artery disease who had undergone successful culprit lesion pc I were randomly assigned to a strike Chian had occurred in seven point eight percent of patients in the complete reverse colorization group as compared with ten point five percent of patients corporate lesions searing and Lipid metabolism in macular disease and peripheral neuropathy by Maron Gantner should recommend a strategy of full reverse killer ization in patients with semi and multi vessel disease at least in those who have suitable non central vision with the onset of symptoms occurring in the fifth or sixth decade of life this study investigated the role of Deok's fingle Lipid revis with multi vessel PCI for myocardial infarction by Shamir Meta from McMaster university in Hamilton System in this study two variants known to cause hereditary sensory and autonomic neuropathy type one HSA n one it's in macular dictation type two and examined how a metabolic defect might lead to disease in both the I and the peripheral nervous from the University of California San Diego macular to lend GIC tation type two is a rare macular disease that leads to loss were identified as causal for macular allergic tae-zhee type two of eleven patients with HSA and one nine also had macular among ninety four unaffected controls deocracy Bingo Lipid levels were negatively correlated with searing levels reduction of marine levels in mice led to increases in levels of retinal de oxy's Bingo Lipids and compromised visual function deoxidizing go lipid not landeck Caja type two circulating DRC single lipid levels were eighty four point two percent higher among one hundred twenty five patients it caused photoreceptor cell death in retinal Organiz but not in the presence of regulators of Lipid metabolism this study found and that elevated levels of atypical deoxidizing go lipids caused by variant SP TLC one or SP TLC too editorial Hannah Tunisia. From the University of Helsinki Finland writes that new therapies targeting metabolic vulnerabilities of specific a tumor types have created wide interest in recent years through research now reported by Gantner and colleagues metabolic precision therapy merrily neuro degenerative condition there is currently no effective treatment for the condition searing supplementation has been shown to reduce in preterm infants by John Dorling from Dalhousie University Halifax Nova Scotia Canada observational data have shown or buy low Syrian levels were risk factors for macular T- logic tae-zhee type two as well as for peripheral neuropathy in ends with macular delendick type two who did not have pathogenic various affecting Syrian Palm Toil Transferase S. P. T. then understanding of disease ideology within the broader patient population in the meantime patients with Hsa n one should be evaluated for hour increments until reaching full feeding volumes survival without moderate or severe neuro developmental disability at twenty four months vols of diocese finger lipids in humans this series fingle lipid pathway now represents a target for experimental strategies in the treatment of preventing the transmission of light signals to the brain T- logic tae-zhee refers to small dilated blood vessels which are secondary abnormalities in this fetal transmission the majority fifty to eighty percent of Zeke a virus infections are a symptomatic since no antiviral agents have been approved by regulatory agencies for the treatment of Zico virus infection the clinical management of Acute Zeke virus infection is supportive care endemic has waned but the virus still poses a public health threat as shown by continued reports of outbreaks in Asia India and Africa a primary mechanism for epidemic spread however Zeke virus can be transmitted to humans by non vector-borne mechanisms such as blood transfusion and is unique among Arvo viruses in that it can be transmitted during sexual contact and can cause Taran Genyk outcomes as a consequence of maternal risk of late onset sepsis in this study two thousand eight hundred four very preterm or very low birth weight infants were randomly assigned more than ten candidate vaccines have advanced to phase one clinical trials and one has begun face to clinical trials physique of virus in and natural history of Zeke virus infection and it sequentially and the principles of diagnosis and clinical management afford both is in middle aged or older persons in persons with macular T- Logic Caja type two FO viole photo receptors degenerate signs of macular T- logic type two and vice versa the control trial of two incremental milk-feeding rates and decreased verbal output thirteen days earlier a severe headache developed the onset of pain coincided with visual aura include those in the slower increment group there was no significant difference in survival without moderate or severe neuro developmental disability at twenty four months argument on arrival she reported photo phobia nausea and vomiting despite treatment the headache persisted four days before this admission qwerty logic tesa type two but as the authors rightly caution it would be premature to prescribe searing or Feno vibrate without a better program as compared with eighteen milliliters per kilogram Zeke a virus infection after the pandemic a review article is level and an elevated protein level did this patient have a viral infection that was causing acute encephalitis developed analysis of the cerebrospinal fluid revealed an elevated opening pressure mononucleosis a normal glucose the nation adenoviruses encephalitis is extremely rare and is seen almost exclusively in immuno compromised hosts breaks in the Pacific from two thousand seven to twenty fifteen and began spreading throughout the Americas in twenty fifteen mosquito borne transmission is the These authors review the body of information that was acquired during the pandemic and discuss the epidemiologic trends current knowledge about the transmission those in the slower increment group necrotizing enter colitis occurred in five percent of infants in the faster increment group and in five point six percent of eighty five year old woman with headache and somnolence a case record of the Massachusetts General Hospital by Alan Tunnel and colleagues a forty five blurring of the peripheral vision and oscillating flashes of light five days later symptoms worsened and the patient sought care at an emergency five year old woman with multiple sclerosis who had been receiving multiple immunosuppressive therapies was admitted to the hospital during the winter because of lethargy that slow advancement of entra feeds in preterm infants is associated with a reduced risk of necrotizing enter Oh colitis but an increased ons in very preterm or very low birth weight infants with a strategy of advancing milk-feeding volumes in daily increments of thirty milliliters per give potential of male patients who have reached adolescence before they receive chemotherapy or radiation therapy is to preserve their sperm however Bahama City University Association of Medical Science Japan substantive improvements in the treatment of pediatric diseases such as wind to the slower increment late onset sepsis occurred in twenty nine point eight percent of infants in the faster increment group and in thirty one point one percent of to yes and no the patient was taken by ambulance to an emergency department the next morning a fever with temperature of up to thirty eight degrees Celsius seven and was first detected in Asia in nineteen sixty six yet its potential effect on public health was not recognized until the virus caused out after considering the most common causes of Mingo encephalitis in this patient Adna virus infection was the most likely diagnosis by process of other fields training algorithms to predict people's advanced healthcare choices seem to be in keeping with the stream of emerging applications which must often take place in sub optimal conditions involving time constraints stress unclear advanced directives unavailability of surrogates person this approach cannot be used in prepubertal boys because spermatogenesis does not begin before puberty a recent study in May make decisions that are inconsistent with the person's preferences and values readily available intelligent decision support might improve the process Kimia and sarcomas have led to greater numbers of survivors many of whom have reduced fertility one means of preserving the reproduced loves the cryopreservation of tests tissues of five prepubertal rhesus monkeys after five to seven months the autologous test is tipped advanced decisions about such matters as do not attempt resuscitation DNA our status organ donation and curative versus Palliative Care are based on individual preferences and values and frequently reflect moral choices they are notoriously difficult for others to make for the person in endure no from the University of Zurich Switzerland the use of artificial intelligence a I is increasingly common in medicine as it is an live offspring after tests tissue transplantation a clinical implications of basic research article by Takahiko Ogawa from the up prices create a substantial burden for patients that may reduce treatment uptake and adherents furthermore Medicare spending in part DS CATASTOPHE HEART DE PRESCRIPTION drug benefit to reduce spending by beneficiaries and tax payers medicare beneficiaries without low income subsidies school of Medicine Nashville amid concerns about high drug. Prices policymakers are considering options for modifying the Medicare question especially if no clear instructions have been provided through an advanced directive or care plan it is a well known problem in clinical ethics that surrogates shoes were subcutaneous grafted back into the monkeys levels of circulating testosterone and follicle stimulating hormone were consistent with a fall of a baby monkey through in vitro fertilization with the use of sperm from one of the graphs validated the approach as a strategy for preserving fertility spending for relevant stakeholders and benefit phases in different ways Medicare drug price negotiation why now each programs could enhance patient autonomy and augment decision making they raise ethical worries proposals to reduce and how a perspective article by Richard Frank from Harvard Medical School Boston drug spending price and affordability problem using these challenges Congress and the trump administration are considering various redesigns to the part deep benefit all these redesigns shifts and to daily milk increments of thirty milliliters per kilogram of body weight faster increment or eighteen milliliters per kilogram slow wchs consequently part B. Drug spending has been growing by nine percent per year since two thousand nine roughly double the rate of Medicare spending that's the primary outcome occurred in sixty five point five percent of infants assigned to the faster increment and in sixty eight point one percent of those I believe that a targeted bargaining strategy using tried and tested arbitration techniques could help Medicare better balance innovation and affordability delivered through pharmacies meanwhile Medicare part B. is required to passively accept industry prices for clinician administered drugs optional feedback loop between transplanted testes tissue and the Hypothetical Amos and the graphs in each of the five monkeys yielded sperm the birth Oh bias or conflicts of interest the authors describe three potential applications and based DNA are predictor a hypothetical currently face high an unlimited out of pocket spending under Part D. Options for supplemental insurance that may cover out of pocket expense allowing the government to negotiate on behalf of Medicare and possibly for other drug buyers that have weak bargaining power could lower excessively high price he may become possible in patients with a rare disease macular T- logic page a type two which leads to a progressive loss of central vision in As a whole in these specific markets a carefully designed Medicare negotiation approach could be particularly effective these authors traffic coverage phase in which Medicare pays eighty percent of expenditures nearly quadrupled between Twenty Ten and twenty eighteen this growth communicate a prospective article by Hannah Sachs from Massachusetts General Hospital Boston safe and effective manageable toxicity signed medicare part d easing the burden of rising drug prices a perspective article by Stacey Doucet's Zena from Vanderbilt University houses which are available in Medicare part B. are limited for part D enroll lease list prices for speciality drugs averaged four thousand four one hundred fifty five dollars per prescription in twenty seventeen and prices continue to increase for new and existing drugs hyper reassuring characterizations of new therapies but these seemingly straightforward descriptions belie patients complex and varied experiences rules in Medicare part D pit fragmented private plans making purchases on behalf of beneficiaries against monopolistic sellers of drugs driven by high prices and price increases for brand name speciality drugs has led to concerns that plans have insufficient incentives to manage end redirect development toward higher value clinical targets talking about toxicity what we've got here is failure to in rules tilt the bargaining process in favor of the pharmaceutical industry at the expense of consumers and taxpayers that's because the in one study comparing to treatment regimens in patients with metastatic colorectal cancer adverse events led to discontinuation of chemotherapy is of generally well tolerated since two thousand improving physicians communication with patients about possible risks and benefits of treatment the investigators concluded that treatment was well tolerated in a study of fifty patients with advanced Merckel Cell Carcinoma Twenty eight percent of breath A. 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He's generally well tolerated medical journal articles often in the field of oncology but increasingly and other specialties as well propagate such re Toria Australia in retrospect the warning signs were there from the beginning of their relationship a seemingly perfect love story gave weight looms in the United States stem directly from insufficient competition in prescription drug markets in which competition is weak Medicare's purchases the algorithm aided prediction of patient preferences an ethics sneak peek a medicine in society article by Nikola Biller and has long been recognized as a critical priority but perhaps a necessary first step is for investigators to communicate with clinicians by did Ya Musso from the Esi Stones Public Opie Toda mouth say France Zico virus was discovered in Africa in nineteen forty partner would explode if she did something he didn't like she walked on eggshells until he reached a point at which a release of tension was inevitable will am I an organ donor APP and a be the best surrogate you can be APP all these examples are thought experiments at this point although that oversimplifies and under estimates what patients indoor visible injuries unrecognized truth half the therapy was reported to have a generally manageable safety profile a google scholar search reveals more than fifty thousand occurrences it's extremely difficult to disclose Ip whether to family friends or clinicians for Dr Lurgan her own denial per and thirty nine percent of patients in one treatment group and twenty seven percent in the other in total thirteen people died from an adverse event Lurgan went home with pain relievers knee brace and crutches another time she saw a dentist for a tooth fracture and buccal mucosal hematoma after a brutal participants had a grade three or four treatment related adverse event which led to discontinuation of treatment in fourteen percent one of these events was attention building phases involving increasing amounts of verbal violence with no obvious stimulus and frightening periods when Dr Lurgan knew her and she was walloped then came the honeymoon stage in which he showed remorse and shame and tried to justify his actions they both denied the severe of answers to four of five questions would have indicated an increased risk of being killed or severely injured by her abuser for victims ages in clinical medicine features a thirty seven year old man who was referred to the dermatology clinic for evaluation of skin lesions that had been present since birth of her injuries inquired about her domestic safety or screened her for ITV's exposure using a danger assessment tool her affirmative I'm peavey after some incidents Dr Lurgan went to the emergency department racking up diverse injuries that were common medical sequentially actual hope for change and fear of losing positive aspects of her relationship were major obstacles if we are to save others like Dr Doug Spending for enroll lease who qualify for catastrophic coverage since they pay only fifteen percent of expenditures during that phase recognize organ emerging I P V research urgently needs to be translated into universal education of clinicians are unprovoked punch in the face none of the physicians or the clinicians Doctor Logan saw for follow up questioned the alleged accidental nature mutation in both samples a diagnosis of a comatose pigment Qatada was made owing to the increased risk of cancer milk-feeding volumes

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Tokyo Olympics prepare for heat effect

Correspondents Report

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

Tokyo Olympics prepare for heat effect

"The Japanese are renowned for their organizations. It's no great surprise that with a year ago before the Olympic Games in Tokyo preparations are well on track the venues these are in the final stages of construction and ticket sales have exceeded expectations but one problem facing these games is likely to be outside. Japan's control control a North Asia correspondent. Jake's term the reports from the host city with all the fanfare. You'd expect baked read one year to go from one of the world's greatest sporting contests Japanese band Tokyo Scou- Paradise Orchestra enthusiastically marked the occasion the answer. He's a resounding yes certainly according to International Olympic Committee President Thomas Bach. I have never seen an Olympic city as is prepare this Tokyo with one year to go before the Olympic Games the goals for next year a more modest than they were in nineteen sixty four. When the Tokyo Olympics showcased bullet trains futuristic designs and a new expressway to documents Japan's recovery following World War. Two organizers houses have been under pressure to cut costs and side. I've saved billions by using existing venues. Tokyo is building new venues but using thirty-five temporary temporary or older venues and has been unprecedented demand for tickets to get into those venues when sales began for Australians earlier this ninety eighty six percent sold out within one hour here in Japan more than three point. Two million domestic tickets were sold in the first phase last month. The question is will everyone stay. According to the Mizuho Research Institute. There'll be a shortfall of fourteen thousand hotel rooms pungent. Ngeny Content Obama's watch to compare the institute's Chief Economist Takayuki. Miyajima says some visitors without reservations might be forced to stay in places is like Manga Cafes Karaoke parlours. He says such accommodation wouldn't satisfy tourists nor create a favorable environment for local residents students. One option could to bring in a cruise ship to help address the shortfall no matter where any tourists stay one thing. I'll need is. Air Conditioning Hot and humid Japanese summers or anything but comfortable. I asked Australian Volleyball Damien Shuman who's in Tokyo this week for an Olympic taste of ain't what it was like to play in such humidity Massey factor. It's it's quite a big factor. I mean we'll we'll play. We'll play in Europe and all Europeans and used to that and you know I was five degrees in Russia one year where we played in two thousand and seven A. and and you know it's in summer market to twenty six and sometimes it gets thirty and stuff and everyone's freaking out but yeah when you playing you know thirty eight degrees and you know I think it's seventy percent humidity or whatever it is <hes> you know you're on cold and you literally trying to get Aaron Inbetween points and you just breathing in fire and honestly honestly the teams that handled the mental saw to that <hes> have a huge advantage so yeah where the plies massive especially you know you're in the middle of the day in the sun and tennis is a bit similar Louis and that sort of pressure cooker environment when you've got the sand as well in the heat reflecting off the sand at some pretty hot I asked John Coates the head of the I._R._S.. Save Coordination Commission for the Twenty Twenty Games and Australia's Olympic Committee president what organizers had planned to try to get around to potentially deadly. They hate wife or in <hes> you never know but <hes> it was a very big wake up call for us last year the the heat wave that they had the mortalities as they had across Japan and <hes> along with transport. It's really been the major focus for us. We for the events have moved saved a number of events earlier. <hes> the rice walking the marathon we've taken of into y from the middle of the die of those things that we could do to with the events themselves the use of water sprays <hes> non reflective pavements for the marathon walkers marathoners and walkers a lot more coverage for spectators as they queuing up to gary do a venue <hes> a lot more medical attention avaiable and the ad for the public and the bigger areas so doing all of that the you know the techie municipal governments tag unitary seriously as long as the organizing committee whether we'll get the extreme temperatures statistis now white and see with my need ago I but I think we can give it enough attention the I. O..

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Australia's Extreme Heat

Environment: NPR

00:00 sec | 8 months ago

Australia's Extreme Heat

"Austrailia just ended its second hottest summer on record. The heat was extreme feeding months of devastating wildfires. Those fires Drew International Attention. The heat less so but as NPR's Nathan Rot Reports. Extreme heat is a deadlier threat. Australians by and large are pretty direct people so it figures walking into Mary Con Yards House west of Sydney. She would get right to the point. Good how are you hot cooking here? It's about thirty eight degrees Celsius outside one hundred Fahrenheit which is relatively cool compared to what it's been like this frontal at least it keeps some of the heat out some not much. Three fans are humming in Conrad's living room. The lights are off to save money on electricity in con- yards banks cleaned to her forehead like she just got out of the shower. Just vacuumed ZANU. Coming and this is what happens to me. Lives in community housing a rental unit for lower income. People that's located in Greater West Sydney a fast growing part of the country's largest city that a few months ago held another distinction the hottest place on Earth about one hundred and twenty degrees Fahrenheit or as Conard puts it. It was hot and when its stinking hot door. Just you know hot hot like it is on this day. Conard like many people in West. Sydney has a really hard time running. The air conditioner. Day is not an option. It's too expensive so is moving. It's a struggle. It's really a struggle. You WanNa do things but the heat just zaps it out of you. Heat waves as well as being a silent killer. It's a social killer. Lucinda coats is a scientist with risk. Frontiers a private research center that focuses on natural hazards like bushfires cyclones and flooding about twenty years ago. Coats had the grim task of cataloging. How many people? Each of those natural disasters had historically killed in Australia. And that's when we first thinking hang on a minute hate wives. They seem to have killed more people than all the other natural hazards combined. Yes all other hazards combined with elderly people in the poor. Most at risk code says it's too soon to know how many people may have died during this past. Summer's extreme heat but history might provide a somber clue in one thousand nine thirty nine in two thousand nine. Australia had devastating bushfires black Friday and black Saturday as they're now called both were preceded by heat waves and those heatwaves alone code says are each believed to have killed more than four hundred people the deadliest fire a hundred and seventy three is twice as many as succumb to the bushfires but the heat waves didn't get nearly the same attention. It was all fire photos of crying families. And cinch teddy bears and you can see why the the newsworthy bushfire is a terrifying thing but heatwaves. How can you take a picture of a heatwave? I've got a powerpoint presentation with a young chap just holding a water bottle and drinking out of the water bill. That's that's my picture of a heatwave. So it's really hard to communicate the immediate danger and there's a fast growing need to communicate that danger. A recent climate report by the Australian government found the country has warmed by more than one degree Celsius just in the last century. Extreme heat events are increasing in frequency as is the risk of extreme fire and extreme flooding. All of which has happened in Australia and just the last few months. Sebastian vouch is a research fellow at western Sydney University. Who's focusing on climate change in urban heat? Everything's extreme. It's exactly like how scientists for thirty years predict climate change to actually pan out and it's not twenty thirty forty or fifty anymore. It's twenty twenty. We have it. It's happening vouches. There are ways you can build for heat. For example houses could be painted. Certain color to reflect light. Green or living roofs could provide insulation. Houses could be built smaller with more room for treason greenspace. Australia is updating. Its National Construction Code in twenty twenty. Two and extreme heat is being considered in the changes but new codes would primarily be aimed at new buildings and the people most affected by heat tend to be folks like Mary concert living in older buildings that were designed long before bouts of extreme heat. Were much of a thought. Don't get me wrong. I appreciate the refi. Have my head and being able to pay pay for it and do that but I think sometimes it's poor design went with public housing. The nonprofit that LISA'S COGNAC. Thome knows this is an issue. Divisional Manager Heather Chaffee says she hears it from clients all the time for us as a housing provider. Tricky housing market. It's it's distressing to be honest. When often doesn't own the homes they rent chaffee says so? It makes it hard to make modifications instead. They focused on warning tenants. When extreme heat is coming but she knows that's not enough heat. She says is a global social justice issue. It's the poorest people that are going to suffer them iced so she says there needs to be a larger societal discussion about how we prepare for extreme heat because as a summer just showed. It's already here Nathan Rot. Npr News West Sydney Australia.

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A Normal Body Temperature Isn't 98.6 Degrees, Fettuccine-Like Rocks, and Toothbrush Tips

Curiosity Daily

00:00 sec | 1 year ago

A Normal Body Temperature Isn't 98.6 Degrees, Fettuccine-Like Rocks, and Toothbrush Tips

"<music> Hi we're here from curiosity dot com help you could smarter in just a few minutes on Cody Goff and I'm actually Hamer today you learn about why a normal body temperature isn't really ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit why Mars Rovers should look for rocks that looked like Fettuccini and how often you should replace your toothbrush was brush off some curiosity rented. Have your mind blown a normal body. Temperature isn't really ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit or thirty seven degrees Celsius. It turns out that the old ninety the eight point six degree rule of thumb is a result of outdated science that nobody thought that question until relatively recently the temperature. You're probably familiar with came from the eighteen sixty eight publication titled the course of temperature in diseases by German physician named Carl Reinhold Goose Wunderlich. This book was a big deal because buner lake had analyzed a ridiculously massive data set to come up with the findings in it as in several million temperature records of around twenty five thousand in patients after he analyzed the data he wrote this historic statement quote when the organism is in a normal condition the general temperature of the body maintains itself at the physiologic point thirty seven degrees Celsius or ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit unquote also concluded that the upper limit of the normal body temperature was one hundred point four degrees Fahrenheit or thirty eight degrees Celsius and anything above that counted as fever every check of a thermometer touch burning forehead and prescription of fever reducing drugs hearkens back to this eighteen sixty eight book and lunar licks data set was so big. Nobody really questioned it until almost a century later in a nineteen fifty study researchers recorded quartered an average temperature as low as ninety seven point eight and in one thousand nine hundred to researchers found an average temperature of about ninety eight point two degrees Fahrenheit those studies used smaller data sets but then again it's nearly impossible that buner like had actually. I analyzed all the data he collected because he didn't have a computer even if he had the principles statistical analysis didn't make their way into general use until decades after he'd published his book and there's no evidence that voter like knew about those principles not to mention he took his temperature readings before the thermometer scale was standardized which happened about a decade after his death. We're not saying Lunar Lake was a bad scientist after all. He did establish that a fever is a symptom of a disease not a disease itself. That's a win. We're just saying that even the most respected science still needs to be double checked scientists only valuable with a system of checks and balances. No result is above a second look. According to a new NASA funded study that appeared in astro biology the next commissions to Mars should be on the lookout for rocks that look delicious. I'm talking about rocks that looked like Fettuccini Pasta and here's a fun fact. The formation of these types of rocks here on earth is controlled by ancient bacteria that thrive in environments similar similar to Mars as reported by universe today this bacteria which is known as and I will do my best to pronounce this so for a hydrogen I._B._M.. Yellowstone N._C.. Or Sofer I- nice thanks belongs longs to lineage that evolved over two point three five billion years ago it uses sulfur and carbon dioxide as energy sources thrives in heat and extremely low oxygen environments and can withstand exposure to ultraviolet light in hot hot springs the microbe assembles itself into strands and promote the crystallization of calcium carbonate rock more commonly known as travertine which gives it. It's pasta like appearance. The unique shape instructor are a result of the so Farai Ferai bacteria forming into chains to prevent from being washed away the chains allowed them to remain fixed to rock formations and absorb nutrients from the hot springs. This behavior makes it relatively easy to detect when conducting geological surveys and would make it easy to identify when searching for signs of life on other planets Bruce Faulk is a professor of geology and lead researcher on the NASA study and he collected samples from mammoth hot springs in Yellowstone National Park using sterilized. Pasta forks of all things and then analyzed the microbial genomes to figure out the organisms metabolic needs the team also examined the bacteria's rock building capabilities and from the proteins on the bacterial surface dramatically increase how fast last calcium carbonate crystallizes in and around the strands in fact they figured out that these proteins cost crystallization at a rate that is one billion times faster than any other natural environment on the planet a little over a year from now Nasr's Nasr's Mars Two Thousand Twenty rover will be heading to the Red Planet to carry on the hunts for life. According to the researcher the rover should be on the lookout for this type of bacteria and the resulting rock formations as they would be an easily discernible bio signature and and definite evidence of the presence of alien microbes because everybody likes carbs even Aliens Shirt Mama Mia. Today's episode is sponsored by butcher box. You choose from four curated boxes exes or customize your own box and every month butcher box will send you at least nine to eleven pounds of meat delivered straight to your door so actually I let butcher box pick the meat they sent me and they sent me some New York Strip steaks and we're really thick. I don't usually by cuts of meat that ED thick and yet it was super delicious it seriously was we better than most of the grocery store yes that New York Strip was amazing and right now. Butcher box is offering juicy flavorful grill ready one hundred percent grass-fed beef burgers perfect for any summer cookout butcher box burgers are ready to go third of a pound patties that can be simply tossed on the grill for an easy weeknight meal or doctored up to create a show stopping Bacon cheeseburger for the neighborhood barbecue and right now new members will get six burgers for free in every box until October fifteenth. Get Summers best offer before it expires. That's twenty dollars off your first box and six burgers for free in every box until October fifteenth. Just go butcher box dot com slash curiosity or enter Promo code curiosity at checkout again. You'll get twenty dollars off your first box and six burgers for free in every box until October fifteenth just to go to butcher box dot com slash curiosity or enter Promo Code. Code curiosity at checkout. If you don't remember the last time you replaced your toothbrush then this is something you're GonNa WanNa hear and fair warning. You'll probably be checking your current toothbrush before you finish listening to this podcast if you're brushing twice a day you're probably really confident that you're cleaning routine is adequate after all that is what dentists recommend right well. It all depends on the status of your toothbrush. If you're bristles start to bend you're not cleaning effectively according to dentist Keith Arbitration or worse. If you're brush rush isn't clean. How can you expect it to clean your teeth effectively? That's why the American Dental Association recommends you should swap out your toothbrush every three to four months if this seems a little often to you then consider a twenty fifteen study that was pretty gross fair warning if found the toothbrushes in communal bathrooms can become contaminated with fecal matter that's right. This isn't as bad as it sounds if you're living alone but it is trouble when that matters from someone else because it contains bacteria viruses uses or parasites that are not part of your normal flora most logical solution toothbrush cover right unfortunately eight two thousand seven study confirms that using a covered doesn't protect a toothbrush from bacterial growth in fact keeping the bristles constantly moist actually encourages bacteria to flourish. Luckily there's an easy way to protect your uncovered toothbrush from unwanted germs and it's something you might be doing already. Just stand it upright and let it dry between uses and you'll end up with the bacteria drying off combine this easy tip with a new toothbrush every three or four months and maybe keep the toothbrush far away from the toilet and knowing you've got your dental hygiene covered. You'll have one more reason to keep smiling fun. Fact when I work from home I brush my teeth like four times why because if I put some of my mouth it gets gross weird. That's weird well. I have one more reason to keep smiling before we recap what we learned. Today we want to give a special shadow to some of our listeners for supporting our show special thanks to go to men Priyanka Income Walter grinch million John Season and Dr Brendan Johnson for supporting our show. We really appreciate it. And what did we learn today Ashley well today. We learned that the idea that your normal temperature is ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit is just.

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1695: Your Relationship with Failure by Steve Pavlina on How To Achieve Big Goals & Develop Resiliency

Optimal Living Daily

00:00 sec | 3 months ago

1695: Your Relationship with Failure by Steve Pavlina on How To Achieve Big Goals & Develop Resiliency

"This is optimal living daily episodes sixteen ninety, five year relationship with failure by Steve Pavlina of Steve Pavlina Dot Com and I'm just a Mallaig your very own personal narrator today man every day. Ray. Simply read to you from amazing blogs or articles. It's not a typical podcast no interviews and Mrs Short almost always fewer than ten minutes so without Gary, right to it and start optimizing your life. Your relationship with failure by Steve Pavlina of Steve Pavlina. Dot Com. Here are some quotes from JK Raleigh about the fear failure. Quote part of the reason there were seven years between having the idea for philosopher's stone and getting it published was that a kept putting the manuscript away for months at a time convinced it was rubbish. Quote fear failure is the saddest reason on earth not to do what you were meant to do. I finally found the courage to start submitting my first book to agents and publishers at a time when I felt a conspicuous failure only then did I decide that I was going to try this one thing that I always suspected I could do and if it didn't work out well, I'd faced worse survived. Quote ultimately, when she rather be the person who actually finished the project, you're dreaming about rather than the one who talks about all this having wanted to and quote. The notion that you might fail can really slow you down but not the failure itself. That's the problem. The problem is your relationship with failure. Because it of the grand opening of Disneyland which happened about sixty five years ago on July Seventeenth Nineteen, fifty five is supposed to be a press preview day with limited attendance and it was a spectacular failure. Here's some things that happened that day. was expecting eleven thousand guests because they sent out a limited number of invitations. But Twenty Eight, thousand people showed up someone sold thousands of counterfeit tickets. Another guy set up a ladder in the back of the park and charged people five dollars to sneak in that way and many did. The crowd trying to reach Disneyland caused a seven mile backup on the Santa. Ana. Freeway people were stuck in their cars for so long that they had to relieve themselves on the side, the freeway. The temperature topped one hundred degrees. Thirty eight degrees Celsius. Hot enough to melt the fresh asphalt on main street into a sticky tar that ensnared women's high heeled shoes. Some paint in the park wasn't quite dry in some people were getting paint on their clothes due to the huge crowds. The park snack stands and restaurants ran out of food at lunchtime due to a plumber strike the park was able to install enough drinking fountains before opening. So people weren't finding enough access to water many accused Disney of doing this deliberately to gouge them for the expensive sodas. Due to the heat and the crowds most of the rise broke down at least once causing more frustrations. The Mark Twain Riverboat was so overloaded with guests that ran low in the water and water from the river was sloshing up onto the deck and the park was full of press who can the experience which was referred to as black? Sunday. Some press predicted the park wouldn't survive. Things didn't immediately improve Disneyland had more problems in the weeks after the opening including people smashing most of the cars on the Tokyo ride by driving them to aggressively. But these many failures didn't matter that much. Disneyland still did a lot of things right? They eventually fix the problems which was like a game of whack-a-mole since new problems kept rising Disneyland was always going to be a work in progress. Our lives are like this to just because you have a spectacular failure doesn't mean the game is over you take your licks and get right back to working on your goals acknowledged fix problems one by one, keep learning and adapting. Matching Walt Disney on Disneyland Grand Opening Day Tons of press. Are there the park bears? Your name has been twenty year journey to evolve your vision for a theme park into a reality you struggled endlessly just to get the financing in place, and then there were even more struggles to get the place designed and built. So many people have doubted you including brother and business partner. Roy, you've been preparing for. In anticipating this Glorious Day for a long time and then some full screws up your plans by making thousands of counterfeit tickets and you people can't tell the real tickets from the fake wants your plans for a wonderful opening star falling apart right before your eyes and all the attention in the cameras are on you not to the investors who want to know whether investing in your vision was a good idea. And what you do you shrug it off and get right back to work the next day. Failures happen. This is part of life while other people may make a huge deal out of it. Is it really that big of a deal? So what if you have a spectacularly bad failure that isn't the end, just a learning experience so learn from it life continues the next day. People may criticize you. You may be embarrassed, accept the consequences and get right back to it and re engage. Need to retreat in slink away in shame. Proud that you failed. So many people are too cowardly to even try working on something meaningful. They talk themselves out of pursuing bold ideas before they began. They treat the prospect of failure as a reason to quit before they start. Many of Disney's ideas including some rides they tried had to be scrapped and replaced each ride was a project unto itself. So some of those failures ended in the death of a project with the death of a project doesn't have to kill the big picture vision. Take this idea to heart. You can feel a lot with your projects for your big picture goal can remain intact and achievable some ideas and projects along the way will be dead ends and you'll have to let them go seal need different projects and ideas to help you reach your goal. Don't equate the failure of your projects with the death of your long term goal. Don't pursue your goals as if you know, you can't fail. Of course, you can fail but don't make such a big deal out of failure it will happen you'll rack up plenty of failures do anything interesting in life let each failure be a badge of honor. It means you're making a good effort. A good failure is a powerful learning experience. You just into the post titled Your relationship with failure by Steve Pavlina of PAVLINA DOT COM. And I wanNA tell you about a podcast from David nobody co-founder retired CEO of yum brands. That's the parent company of Bell, Pizza Hut, and KFC. His podcast is called how leaders lead with Novak and each week he sits down for real conversations with some of the top names in business sports, entertainment and life to talk about how they get such incredible things done or how they make such incredible things happen. Business owners like Ethan, Brown of beyond meat, NFL, stars like Tom. Brady leaders from brands like zoom starbucks, an La more. He really dives into show how leaders made big things. Happen how leaders lead with David Novak tells those stories and more. You can take what you hear on the show learn from it man apply it right into your own life. Listen and subscribe to how leaders lead with David Novak wherever you find your podcasts. That's how leaders lead with David Novak. They Steve This has been the story of the PODCAST I've worked on we started with this show optimal living daily. That's been relatively the same overtime. Then added finance and health than optimal startup daily, which I originally hosted with my business partner. Lee Bow e stopped hosting it and we rebranded from startup to business could say optimal startup daily was sort of a failure. And then stopped releasing new episodes on OPTIMA business daily too. So that's a failure but planning to bring it back soon. So stay subscribed if you are or feel free to subscribe now to get new episodes coming shortly. Also tried different formats like. And stopped working on those. His whole thing has been a constant work in progress of businesses and failures, and that's true for all businesses or life in general you can't let the fear failure get in away. There's always a learning experience any way as Steve said. Something to keep in mind today. So thank you for listening on the weekends and sticking around until the end of a great first of the month and weekend if you're listening real time and also you tomorrow we're OPTIMA. Life. Awaits.

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Outlook Sunny

The Sustainable Futures Report

00:00 sec | 4 months ago

Outlook Sunny

"Yes, it's Friday, again it's Friday. The twenty seventh of June this is the sustainable futures report and I'm ads, day. Welcome. Thank you for listening and thank you for Bush. League listen US to record levels this month. Whatever we do whatever we suffer. Pandemics racism urban terrorism. The climate is still in crisis, and our environment continually abused. I don't intend it any way to minimize people suffering from the covid pandemic. From rights for centuries denied. All from the random murders, which took place in reading park last weekend. These all need edge detention an add to ongoing challenges. Remembering last week's warning from the International Energy Agency that we have six months to head off the west of the climate crisis. Is worrying us of unheard of temperatures in the octagon has serious revolution in the UK. Whatever the need urgent action! We need continuous research and innovation steadily building an infrastructure for a low-carbon future. I bring you news of Soda. FEMMES and energy storage stories of the future of fossil fuels news of ways of processing waste. And the advice and ideas for establishing a green recovery still keep pouring in though not to universal approval. The Republicans have discovered the Joe Biden is taking advice from Alexandria Calcio quotas the green new deal guru. Don't like it. Remember links to the sources of all the stories can be found on the blog at all the WS. Sustainable futures don't report. We'll start with a weather report. Last weekend a weather station in landscape. Load a temperature of thirty eight degrees centigrade. That was the highest temperature for the region since nineteen fifteen. Thirty eight degrees centigrade. But. is in Siberia north of the. Circle. The whole Siberia has experienced warmer weather this year as much as eighteen degrees centigrade above average maximum temperatures for June. Scientists have been expecting increasing temperatures as a consequence of global heating. Increases of this magnitude will not expected before twenty one hundred. These warmer temperatures of wildfires to boreal forests and peatlands, these fires continue to burn throughout the winter, but seemed to be largely ignored the massive oil spill up there that I told you about recently. As the trees and the Pete Bum. To and on no longer available as carbon sinks. Two in the atmosphere brings warming and melts the Arctic ice. As increasingly more ice melts less sunlight is reflected on Moore's absorbed by the DACA ocean surface. This creates a vicious cycle. Whereby the temperature increases resulting in further sea, ice, loss and so on. Is this the tipping point. We being warned off the self reinforcing cycle that we will be unable to stop. It puts into perspective last week's ruling from the international energy. Agency that we have only six months to get things under control. Will governments take note and take action. Distinguished Economists Nicholas Stern urged governments to act predicting that the climate crisis could be sold at a of about one percent of global judy pay, but significantly every is delay. But. That was back in two, thousand and six. Quite apart from saving the global climate. We don't seem to good at protecting the local environment. This story comes not from some distant failed state, but from the United Kingdom where the River Wye has been described as a death trap for wildlife and looking like peace soup. The river rises in central Wales and descends virus food until it joins the seven S Chery. It is bordered by dozens all free range chicken foams. The excrement from the chickens is washed by the rain into watercourses until it finds its way into the river. This runoff is rich in phosphates which calls Algal blooms which in turn suffocate. The fish and damage netted plants. This destroys the habitats of Kingfisher's and other birds and mammals which live along the river. Apparently all this is legal, but maybe when we are released from European Directives, new British regulations will clean this up. We'll have to wait and see. More news opinions and advice on how we sought out the climate crisis as we exit from the lockdown. The UK government promises to review its plans next month. It has apparently already set up working parties according to Szalasi and international legal news website. The groups will focus on five key themes including green recovery. How to capture economic growth opportunities follows shifts to net zero carbon emissions. Each working group will contain approximately twenty or twenty-five participants, consisting of businesses, business, representative groups and prominent academics. Business Secretary, Alex Chama Chas the recovery. Roundtable meetings which began only eight June. Shama has said these roundtables will undoubtedly lead to a clean, green, more resilient economy which will create new jobs. Rising in Vice Dot, com Tristan Kennedy says reversing the climate crisis isn't on you. Weaning to change the? Entire system. He makes the point that seventy one percent of all global emissions come from just one hundred companies. While we as individuals can talk how footprint by driving less avoiding single use plastic, changing diets, simply buying less. This will have a negative effect in the face of pollution from these enormous companies. is any regulation by government the can make the change. Governments being fully aware ever since the Rio Earth Summit back in Nineteen ninety-two that we all facing a crisis. But rather than legislate. They prefer to shift the burden of responsibility owned companies, which too often COUNC- Pasta I needed bottom line, and onto us as individuals. The danger is that we will believe that we are responsible. And the what we're doing is making a difference. Meanwhile, these mega polluters continue with Business Daschle's as usual. The committee on climate. Change has written to the British government about the future of carbon pricing. Often, leaving the EU, the come, the country will no longer be part of the E U. Emissions trading scheme. And will therefore have to set its own mechanism. Committee walls of the proposal is currently put forward by the government will not allow it to achieve its net zero target by twenty fifty. Consumer guilt is reinforced by the environment. Journal line with the headline of consumption must be addressed to solve climate crisis like the smuggled come. They are quoting a new report in the journal Nature Communications. The office say. Over half a century, worldwide growth in Afrin says continuously increased your source use a pollutant emissions foul rapidly than these have been reduced through better technology. The affluent citizens of world, our responsible for most environmental impact and are central to any future prospect of retreating to save for environmental conditions. Any transition towards sustainability can only be effective if far-reaching lifestyle changes complement technological advancements. have. Existing societies, economists and couches in sight consumption expansion. And the structure imperative, the growth in competitive market economies inhibits necessary societal change. Having identified affluence as a driver of over consumption, the strongest pillar of the necessary transformation is to avoid or to reduce consumption until the remaining consumption levels within planetary boundaries while fitting human needs. Avoiding consumption means not consuming certain goods and services from living space over launch homes Sandra residences of the wealthy to oversize vehicles. Environmentally, damaging wasteful food leisure happens and what patterns involving drying, driving and flying. This implies reducing expenditure wealth along sustainable consumption corridors. I minimum and maximum consumption standards all the technological side, reducing the need for consumption comes detected by changes such as increasing lifespans of goods, telecommunications that physical travel, sharing and repairing instead of buying new and house retrofitting. They do admit that. Achieving reductions in consumption will reduce depaix with varying consequences from country to country. Explain how the capitalist system is founded on consumer, expectations and ambition, leading into consume to keep up with PIA groups, thus driving growth. The office present alternative solutions, some righteous proposed policy changes including among others stringent eka taxes or cap and trade systems. Direction investments in Green Industries and public institutions wealth redistribution through taxation and a maximum count, a guarantee, basic income, and or reduced working us. They believe this would work within a capitalist framework. More radical solutions are proposed by reformists, ECO Socialists and EGO anarchists they require policy changes as described above, but focus on a specific de growth strategy with a major role for the state. Although not. It's. It's an interesting article and Woolworth read. It's free available, and there is a link the blog. The question is whether this will actually stop over consumption whether it will be incorporated in government policy or even the policies of the UK's Labor opposition. One of the authors junior Steinberg has agreed tune into view. I'll bring it to you next week. There's always news on the energy front the shift project. A French think tank warns the E U is likely to see an oil shortage by twenty thirty. The volume produced by e you. Oil provide is expected to fall by eight percent between one, thousand, nine, hundred and twenty thirty. The production from Russia from the foam us all countries from Africa which together supply fifty percent of the world's oil is also in decline. Even though they will still be billions of barrels of oil in the Earth Picot is now predicted for twenty, thirty and supply will never reach that level again. As a result countries, which is to implement low-carbon policies, notably, the introduction of electric vehicles likely to be subject to wild price fluctuations. Apparently fossil fuels are not all over for everyone and the ecologist magazine complaints with the British government has spent nearly four billion pounds of UK public funding on fossil fuel infrastructure in the global sounds in the is since the Paris agreement was signed. The. Government has revealed ninety percent of the energy deals struck at the UK. Investment on in January were in fossil fuels. Projects included fracking in Argentina, China Oil refineries in Bahrain and power plants that run on heavy fuel diesel in Cameroon Kenya Ghana. Guinea Mali. Now that global heating doesn't respect national boundaries. says the coldest. These investments are made in the interests of private profit role in the public interest and forcing fossil fuel dependency on global south economies and frustration attempts to tackle fuel poverty adjusted transition to renewable energy. Support for fracking in Argentina. It's ironic that energy to quasi called Tang that slipped this week. That fracking in the UK is effectively dead. Dead after millions of pounds spent on policing the expiration sites to exclude protesters dead, after promises of millions of pounds to communities, which would welcome fracking into their areas. Looking at renewable energy. I spoke last week about a major news farming Kansas South East, England. More information on the project comes from Private Time magazine. That correspondent reveals that the developers of the site applied for a unit wings over fifty megawatt capacity. And now has the final size will be three hundred and fifty megawatts. In, addition the development consent that gives them authority to deposit at sea, plastic, synthetics and marine coatings among other waste materials. How can this be permitted in twenty first century? The other aspect of the developed is energy storage. The developers have also received permission to install Molin fifty megawatts of an atrocity storage. Should this turn out to be a three hundred fifty megawatt unit? It will be the biggest in the world. If this means a conventional battery. The outlook is not good. Quite apart from whether it is appropriate to locate the storage alongside the generation storage, batteries and other the parts of the world have suffered terrible fires releasing what private eye describes as ultra toxic hydrogen fluoride. The maybe they don't intend to use conventional batteries at all. I recently come across high view power, and you'll finally to that website on the blog. View power uses at to store energy from surplus and off peak at interesting. It uses the. To run a refrigeration pond, which reduces the temperature of the air to the point that it liquefies and stores it in that state. When power is needed, liquid areas returned to ambient temperature, and as gasify it releases energy to drive the conventional turbine which drives a conventional generator. Sound simple, and of course there are no harmful or environmentally damaging emissions of any kind on the site. No risk of or explosion, either no need for earth metals, other chemicals as part of the storage press. I'm not sure whether there is an installed base of these units, but the company has project under construction across the world. Is Liquid the future. Still on energy in batteries, I came across a report from the Faraday Institution for Science and religion about research into methods of cooling. Coil Electric car batteries under charge. The Holy Grail of the electric car is a battery which can be Charles very rapidly. But apparently the main problem is getting rid of excess speaks during the rapid challenging process, which otherwise will damage the battery. My first reaction to this story was the wanting. Electric vehicles follow efficient use of energy than petrol and diesel vehicles do how much energy is going to be wasted if electric cars have to discard excess heat as they recharge. I to follow it up with This organization is a charity based in Cambridge. which coordinates and supports battery research. The story was indeed to be found on their website. I clicked on the link only to be taken to the Times newspaper, which was carrying the story behind a paywall. Attempted to complain to the Foul Institute about this. There is no contact point of any kind on their website. So incompetent you the truth of the story. And the final note on batteries. You can now get a kit to convert your VW beetle to electric power. Looking at other sources of energy, although some will hotly dispute whether this is renewable energy, the East Rockingham to energy plotted Perth, Western. Australia will process free thousand tons of the city's waste leaving just four percent to be diverted to landfill. WASTE GOES IN ONE END at trinity comes out the other. Along the way articulate scrubbed scrubbed out of the flue gases and can be used of road instruction similar. By coincidence this week I took a virtual tour of the Artan Waste Recovery Pont in North Yorkshire. Similarities with plant, in Perth, except that, it has a vast waste treatment system on the front lawn before anything gets into the furnace. Wasted comes into the plot has already glass paper plastic bottles and metal containers. By citizens who separated for the curbside recycling collection. Even, so some of these materials are still put in landfill waste, which is sent to the plot. This waste is mechanically sorted and separated into Kabul plastics, metals, aluminium, glass, and rubble. All of this is sent for recycling. Organic materials go into anaerobic digestion. and. Digest gas drives generator, which means electricity into the National Grid. Everything else goes into a furnace just like the one in Perth raise esteem and drives a turbine and generator, also supplying the grid. The residue which is sent to landfill is three percent of the input. Incinerators have a bad name and are not popular with environmentalists, but the allison plonk is much more than an incinerator. Emissions from the stack by the way on constantly monitored on site and minute by minute data sent to the Environment Agency to ensure that the plant is operating cleanly at all times. Across the pond. The Americans preoccupied as they bill for the next four or five months with the coming presidential election. Forbes, magazine says Biden's Mosque of moderation as finally slipped once a lot about. Well it seems that. The Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is associated with left wing extremists. People like Bernie. Sanders who wants to reform healthcare. and Alexandria Kazuko Tez outspoken supporter of the green new deal. According to an analysis by the Heritage Foundation even the most stripped down version of this plan could increase household at the expense by fourteen percent eliminate all the one point, four million jobs and yields an aggregate GDP loss of free point, nine trillion dollars by twenty four hundred. To meet the proposals, go to one hundred percent, renewable power would cost more than five trillion dollars. The Heritage Foundation is a wing conservative think tank associated with policies, Ronald, Reagan, and Margaret Thatcher. Is closely aligned with the trump administration. In advertising a Webinar entitled Freedom, equality the key of prosperity through social capitalism, it explains that socialism unnecessary interventionism and other choices promise equal outcomes inevitably file. Others may disagree with its analysis of the green new deal. And finally this week is zero area made a twenty minutes test flight, and an electric powered Piper m three fifty aircraft. And as you came not from batteries, but from a hydrogen fuel cell interesting development. The question must be which has higher, energy, density, batteries or hydrogen. Let's see how this develops. And that's for another week. I'm Anthony Day and that was the sustainable futures report. I'm off to enjoy this amazing sunshine, which is probably damaging planet? And to think about what I'm going to bring you next week. I've already decided that I'm going to take all this off. But there are these five more episodes between now and then. Thank you for listening. Thank you for getting in touch with ideas and suggestions. I haven't forgotten Stephanie ill. I am going to get back with a response. And if the rest of you like the sustainable futures spread the word. I hope together we can help to change the world and some small. Mind you? We need a really big change, so don't give up. I'm mentioned he died. How Great Week? Was the sustainable future. Book?

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10X10: Under The Ice

Outside/In

23:44 min | 1 year ago

10X10: Under The Ice

"So it had snowed around thanksgiving. And then that snow melted and it remained cold up high Pyan elevations. But the roads opened over the high passes and the ice the lakes were not buried in snow. So the ice was bear. And I had a friend who was working in Yosemite at the time. And she called me up. She was like you've gotta come up and record these lakes. This is Cheryl Leonard a sound artist from California, you're hearing a composition she made with recordings of Lake Ice in Yosemite. Can't got there around dawn. I have the sounds in the morning of the it's like the lake waking up, really. Do you do, you know, what's the process? That's creating each of those sounds. I I know in general it has to do with the ice expanding and contracting. If it's warming or cooling, so more sounds happen in the morning and the evening as temperatures changing dramatically, and as the the ice, it's literally like getting smaller getting larger and it's stuck in a spot. So it it flexes and it buckles in the cracks and that those actions create vibrations or sounds and then that sound travels across the surface of the lake the frozen lake. It's like a giant drum membrane. So the sound travels across that membrane through the ice. The high frequencies, go faster. The low frequencies are slower. So the highs hit your ear. I and the lows your later so you hear the sort of gla Songo from the highs the lows. Which most people recognize it's like the Star Wars blaster. So. So so when whenever you're on a lake that's making these sounds. Do you have does it have Vokes something for you? I mean, it is still for me something that kind of evokes a bit of dread. It's not scary to me. I just think it's really incredible. It's beautiful. It's like it's like travelling to another universe or something. It is a different world under the ice of a frozen lake that used to be the traditional thinking is that there's just not enough flight. There's no planned growth old lakes kind of become boring and darken the same in the winter. But there's oh this is really not the case. This is outside in a show about the natural world. And how we use it. This is one from our -cational series ten by ten where we look very closely at a specific type of environment today. We're going under the ice. What happens in a lake once it freezes over what survives and how do they do it? Start on top of the ice ice fishing. And if you're thinking Sam, I am a science person. I don't care about ISIS fishing. What are you doing to me here? Well, get a load of this straight from the mouth of a real frozen lake. Scientist Ted is our ski. I kind of always say this Duncan cheek. But maybe that's true. Is that ice fisherman know more about what happens in lakes and winter than the average aquatic biologist hair, go fishing flat. UCF flag, you've gotta yell flagging run towards it. That's rule everybody right over there. Right. All right. Producer Taylor recently went ice fishing with his son Finn. Taylor's tour guide. Hey, I'm Klay gross. Chief executive fish nerd, the podcast Hampshire longtime friend at the show. Totally totally untrustworthy. Our tagline for our show is is always interesting usually funny, mostly true. So I'm not held to being honest fishermen. But when it comes to what's active under the Lake Ice. Klay does know thing or two yellow perch, white perch, black crappie verbs, mama bass. Head Brown Bullhead margin. Mad Tom tesla daughter swamp darter northern red bellied days fine, scaled up blue bumpkin, see banded sunfish, see Alantic, salmon. The first thing you need to know about the water under layer vice is that it's actually not that bad down there in the winter. It's warm at the bottom, and that's why most Fisher down at the bottom. So it's usually. About thirty eight degrees at the bottom. If thirty degree water doesn't sound very warm. Do you consider that? Maybe just twenty feet higher up above the ice. It might be thirty below zero and blowing a gale. So while it's definitely chilly under the ice in winter compared to other extreme winter environments. It's not that bad. So what what are you catching a in? This like this lake is mostly the warm water species. So bass perch sunfish that sort of thing, but it's a straight into college warm water species been living under the ice. Right. No. It doesn't. Now. Let's ponder this. First second, the whole reason fish can thrive in a frozen winter lake is because the ice forms on top effectively capping the lake off limiting how much water and winter air interact making it so the whole lake doesn't freeze solid. And why is that? What is really weird Ted ski again, who by the way is with university of Wisconsin, Madison. It's really weird substance weekday they could kind of for granted because it's everywhere. But if you look at other liquids water is really different. And the weird thing was water is that it's Stempler of maximum density. Where it's heavy. Viest is three point nine six degrees celsius which in Fahrenheit is around thirty nine degrees. That means that the really cold water. That's right up top right by the ice that sitting at like thirty four degrees, and is at risk of freezing soon is actually lighter than the warmer water down below. So in the summer when you dive into a lake and it's warm at the top, but cold a few feet down in the winter, the lake turns over in the winter dope thing happened. So the water the very surface is getting cooled down to close to freezing temperature. And that makes it lighter than the water underneath this weird. Quality of water is also what makes iced float mo- substances on earth are more dense as a solid than liquid to they think. But if you've ever had a drink with ice cubes in it, you know, that they Bob up to the surface and the same thing happens in a frozen Lake Ice forms on top. If frozen water sank to the bottom of lakes, the water at the surface would stay exposed to the frigid temperatures all winter long and more and more of the water would freeze navy eventually freezing the whole lake solid. But instead it floats. I said Nick property of floaty is one of the only solids is less dense as a solid and liquid. It's why we have life on the planet without if I didn't flow, we have no life. Yeah. It's true story. That's actually, probably not true. At least it's complicated. And what's more? If you think of frozen lake is a bad place to be a fish. You have got to learn to think like a fish reveals around here, you're under the ice. You're safe from eagles. Not from me. So ice actually keeps fish warmer than they might be otherwise ice keeps them safe from predators. What's not to like here? He's coming. Do anything. Yeah. Oh, pumpkin seed. What is that thing? Well, there are hardships down there. We'll hear about it after a break. Hey, taylor. Quimby here frequently the author of the outside in newsletter. Everyone should subscribe to and that is air Cajanek. And we're just here to let you know that it's got discussion comps for those of you who like to eat stuff with us or other listeners on social media. It's also got answers to ask Sam questions. The newsletter has links to articles at the outside in team think are very cool just describe to it already. And if you're into newsletters, I think it's pretty good who isn't into newsletters. I love newsletters. What are you waiting for? If you like to subscribe, you can find that our website outside in radio dot org or follow the link in the show notes. Subscribe. Before the break. We learned that colden ice really aren't that much of an impediment to most of the organisms that live in frozen lakes. But if you're looking for threats to life under the ice, one of the biggest is that during the winter fish can suffocate. So a lot of doctrine that. Enters lake either enters from that fear or through photosynthesis. In the winter, you have a disruption to both of these processes, right? So the lake is capped by the slayer vice that floating cap of Lake Ice cuts off auction from the atmosphere, and if he is covered with snow that cuts off the sunlight to the plants can start to die and decompose they stop producing and start consuming oxygen. Meanwhile, the fish and other creatures keep breathing so the oxygen in the water gets lower and lower one of the consequences of that can be these winter fish kills where in some lakes doctrine can get so low in the water column old efficient bliss. Died because of suffocation over the winter the whole lake choked off lifeless. Not every lake does this deeper lakes have a bigger store of oxygen and can make it through the winter, just fine. But even still this idea of a choked off frozen silent world is one that has lead people to assume that there's not much action under the ice in the winter for the scientists who study lake life the time to do that in the summer. Right. I think it kind of highlights how science sometimes has these blind spots. People haven't been studying winter very much, which leads to people assuming that nothing is happening which makes people not interested in studying what's happening in the winter, which again leads to there being no studies of winter. And kind of feeds this circle of in the way, where we don't find anything interesting because you're not studying it. The hang out with the fishermen and you'll get another story. Yellow purse. I think this is pumpkin seed, oh my God. Oh. Sure, there are fish that slow way down during the winter and survive by just doing way less kind of the same strategy that bears have above the ice. So you have your warm water fishes, we're talking about fast picked role and and yellow perch, they like to hug the bottom where it's nice and cozy warm at like thirty eight degrees. That's where they're going to be. But the idea that this is the only way to survive the winter, but hunkering down and conserving calories. That's only part of the story. But if you're cold water fishes, so like rainbow trout crews with their with their fin touching the top of the ice. And they'll do they'll chase minnows and shiners into shallow water and corner them and gorge on them all winter. They love the ice clay's favorite cold water. Fish is the burbot you'll pouts lawyers link cod their Latin name a lotta lotta fish so nice to name twice all summer long. They're really hard to find. Because they spend their time down where it's cold not doing much. Then when lakes freeze they come to life may spent winter gorging and eating and then in March, they have these they get together in the shallow waters. Rocky bays under the ice and giant big slimy. Orgies making new fish, and it's mazing delicious. The important part. Yeah. In other words, some fish aren't like bears. They're like FOX's out and about all winter long cruising through that weird layer of light cold water at the top of the lake that's all full of oxygen. In fact, you don't have to go very deep to find the action frozen lakes. Some of the craziest stuff is going on right where the water and ice, touch, and it's all driven by another weird thing about ice. I know if if you went to see and you licked CIs faced fresh as ice freezes all of the stuff dissolved in the water is excluded. So if you think about the ice freezing and the top of the lake or or in the see as the ice builds squeezes all the stuff the sold and the dissolve their Ganic meditate was in it and increases that concentrations of this stuff right below the ice, which means that right at this margin between the ice and the water things can grow. You can have algae attaching directly to the bottom of dice. What they describe as these like algae beards almost hanging down from from the ice into the water. And I assume we're we must be talking microscopic. Beards. No, they can be like visible. They can extend you know, like a food down from the ice. Really the SIM. Really? In fact, if you set your expectation for what constitutes interesting activity a little bit smaller. There's some wild stuff down there. Alger really weird Fido plankton, they're weird some Algiere. What's known this mix a trophy? So they can either use light or they can eat bacteria, for example, or they can even use dissolved organic material to feed themselves. So these mixed trophic algae that can utilize different energy sources become in some cases, more abundant than the winter. Most fighter plankton are auto trophy like most plants use sunlight to make their own food. These little mix trophy guys can do that. But they also can eat stuff that's floating in the water. They're like the Venus fly traps of the microscopic plant world, and they actually do better in the winter and even the tiny little things that don't like the cold. Has got some pretty amazing strategies for surviving. The winter. Algae or plankton and some species of zooplankton they're very kind of avoid of cold water winter conditions. Remember, Fido, plankton equals tiny plants zooplankton equals tiny animals. So there are able to produce this resting EKG. When they fielded the conditions are deteriorating the summer's ending. There's less food that getting darker they put older energy into producing this one resting egg. That's really strongly armored kind of. And then when they die sinks down to the sediment. Could actually remain viable into sediment for hundreds of years. There's a whole branch of ecology resurrection. Ecology where people try to restore these hundred zero eggs of plankton. Idea that it's dead down there. That's a fallacy even when some things in lakes do die. You can bring them back like some tiny lake deity. And the story is that there's a God and goddess that live together on enshrine on the lake and what happens when people live together for too long. Sometimes they got into a disagreement and the gods moved out, and she built herself shrine on the other side of the lake, but every winter the God would cross the frozen lake with his dragon to make amends with the goddess seven Sharma is a professor at York University in Toronto. And this story the God and the goddess falling in and out of love every year from opposite. Sides of a frozen lake is the inspiration for the world's longest running Lake Ice data set fifteen generations of the same family of Shinto priests have been recording this information since fourteen. Forty two the kept records of when the Lakewood freeze and win a distinctive ridge of ice, connecting the temples would form. It's a great story. But it's also very useful to climate scientists who are studying leykis. And what you see if you do what Sapna has done and look not just at the single lake, but it lakes all across the northern hemisphere is a trend that will surprise literally no one is a trend towards earlier icebreaker later ice-free, and some leaks that historically froze every winter are beginning to no longer freeze, for example, this like in Japan in the first two hundred fifty years at the time series. It didn't three times. But if you look at the last three decades, it only freezes two times out of ten years. But we also looked at the lakes that are still freezing. When might they expect to become ice free. And we were really surprised at how fast these changes are expected and how fast the warming is going to impact Lake Ice covers. So if we think about for example, lake mendota is one of the world's best he'd lakes in Madison, Wisconsin, it's record goes back to the eighteen fifties frozen every year, and our models indicate that by the mid twenty twenties that lake is not going to be freezing. Every winter. That's really soon. So there are people fishing here and our friends over here have these traps into Waterloo flags popped up, and they are checking the fish. You got a fish on there. As those lakes, stop freezing, everything that has adapted to exist. Above and below the ice will find it harder and harder to exist. Tiny Venus fly traps getting crowded out by your standard lake algae slimy winter fish orgies under the ice disappearing in favor of ever more small mouth bass, no more crossing the lake with your dragon to make up with your goddess, no, more, pond, hockey and for clay hill. Only be able to say look at this is that one in the summertime, but we lost one questions. Everybody like, why do you like to fish, and no one can't the question? It doesn't make fishing dumbest thing on the planet. It like you think about it. I'm going to bet with a warm drop it out to the ice. Catch a fish look at it. Put it back in the water in do it again. There's no outcome. Like, there's nothing. There's no goal. It's just fishing, and it senseless. It's dumb. I don't know. Why? I like it. I can't explain while waiting for the turn here. But there's no turn is the dumbest thing ever. And I love it. And I can't explain it. Think about a lot of things in life that bring you joy, really hard to explain them. It's when you really get into it most things, we do dumb, and you just do it. Because it's makes you feel good. Go. All right buddy later. Outside. This produces by me. Sam Evans Brown Taylor Quimby with help from in paradise. Jimmy, Gutierrez air Janik is our executive producer. And Maureen McMurray is the director of feeding gratuitous splashing sound effects especial. Thanks, Jon Magnusson. Stephanie Hampton for directing us to the right folks for the story music in this week's episode came from blue dot sessions, Iki mushoo, and Lee, Rosa view, all the sounds of Lake Ice are from Cheryl Leonard's composition frozen over if you'd like to check out more of her work. We'll put a link at our website outside in radio dot org. Our theme music is by brake master cylinder outside in a production of New Hampshire public radio. So somebody wanted to go ice fishing. So they took their ice fishing amateur ill to the ice. They drilled a hole put their light of the the ice. And then they heard there's no fish under the ice. So they moved at drilled another hole and put their line down again. Then they heard it again. There's no fish under the. Ice the moved a final time and they sat down they trailed their holes in their lives down. Then they heard this is the rink manager. There's no fish under the. Oh, that's good. Can I use that on the radio? Okay. Cool.

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