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"tritium" Discussed on Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

03:53 min | 3 months ago

"tritium" Discussed on Leaguecast: The Unofficial League of Legends Podcast

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"tritium" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:03 min | 6 months ago

"tritium" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"On the level on the go trying to answer the question of why starting to see some sunshine 61 degrees in downtown Indy with highs today in the low eighties on John Heroic Here's What's Trending At 7 31 9 People were killed in a mass shooting at a light rail maintenance yard in San Jose, California Wednesday. This neighbor says the man who was the shooter was standoffish and never friendly, never said I just don't see anything Thunder, scaring you look like scared person. The man's ex wife, who divorced him after 10 years of marriage in 2005 tells the Mercury news he had a bad temper and would tell her he wanted to kill people at work. Several shootings in Indianapolis on Wednesday as well by MPD says there have been more than 100 homicides so far in 2021 more than 37 million Americans will hit the road this Memorial Day weekend, according to Triple A Chevrolet safety engineer Tritium. Morrow says. This is an important time to tend to some basic car maintenance that you may have overlooked during the pandemic. Really make sure that your vehicle is functioning at its optimum level. Check your washer fluid. Your oil levels. Make sure those headlights and tail lights are working properly, she says. More than nine in 10 of all crashes are due to human error. Thank you live forever. Well, a new study says. You might have at least have a chance. A century and a half. Fox is Evan Brown explains. Scientists in the US, the UK, Russia and Singapore studied blood cell counts of daily steps taken by patients and notice that disruptions to health resulted in decreases in blood cells and step counts that didn't seem to reverse and that older persons took longer to heal or recover from even simple illnesses. The age of 150, they say, is the top end of a calculated range. The oldest modern person on record, John Count men died in 1997. At the age of 122 Evan Brown Fox News. No fans were allowed in at the Indy 500 last year, so businesses and speedway that depend on a boost.

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"tritium" Discussed on The Lemar Show

The Lemar Show

04:46 min | 8 months ago

"tritium" Discussed on The Lemar Show

"To put together a dean mock album. Originally arcana fought the you know just me being a bass player that that would be more of an instrumental kind of journey. But it's so turns out that all the rule vocal guys you see because you kind of end up doing stuff and writing stuff sound and then you know of involved a few different singers along the way one of which is ladonna Lovely la donna. Ladonna done some some. Yes she should brought out. Hey listen man. I mean you know We both want to give you but we also put together with. We've done blackman. Who is one of the legends of american funk a and this particular song heart's desire that is like it's one of the baddest funk chewed of drive on a full. I'm gonna do a cover of it. I mean sacrilege. How dare you cover this phone for a half. You're going to just cover. I'm gonna put means my own stamp on it. But i'm going to get because we work together and sadly back in two thousand thirteen don sadly passed away so i wanted to do this as a kind of tripped tritium. You know covering one of his songs. Yeah and using as many of the guys in the band. I could get either myself and ladonna seeing lead and And junior curtain on drums. He was he was playing drums with with me. Don guys well so but don man vocals. Oh yeah she came. She did the vocals here on earth and she samak. Oh my my gosh. Absolutely she sounds tran flipping testier. Still current project is everything. You is passion. You can tell one thing from today's podcast. Passion is is huge wendy's generally so so that's good so you'll find your passion into that as well and it's a pain mark album. Has it gone name you still. You're still tinkering. i'm still..

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"tritium" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

07:20 min | 9 months ago

"tritium" Discussed on EV News Daily - Electric Car Podcast

"Coming up on show one zero two four porsche building. Their own charging network. Is it how it sounds. We'll find out on the podcast that i stick around also today g. lee building a five billion dollar battery factory. Why ford getting av transit on the road. And by tesla battery supply. Panasonic says. it's not you it's me. Well good morning good afternoon or good evening wherever you're listening in the world. Welcome to ep news daily for wednesday seventeenth of march. I'll be some patrick's day. My name is mawson late. And i got through. Ab story to save you time. So you know half they. This is why. Do all day long to save you. Time to bits of housekeeping. By the way the podcast feed is fixed. I could see that. We were down by about four thousand listeners. An episode oh dear spotify wasn't working I heart and some others as well. Thank you to our podcast. Host called lipson within a few hours of me putting a ticket to say help they found an errant character as they described it in one of the the the show notes which is basically might import podcast systems like spotify. Flip out an update. So if you've been wondering what's going on my be hearing again that's why a second housekeeping tomorrow should be our four millionth download of the podcast. Should be the way that Things going right now We should four million unique downloads. That'd be awesome just the audio version as well including youtube. That amazing i write well kickoff with news of geely. Of course the company behind it volvo and pollstar et cetera Jelly will poor five billion. Almost five billion dollars into building an electric battery plant in china. As the country's top privately-owned mak- moves more aggressively to bolster their vm visions. In the world's largest market says cnn dot com. Today we'll jelly is investing four. Point six billion dollars into a battery factory in guangzhou city in eastern china. According to the statement released on sunday over the weekend by local government officials. The factory is going to have a capacity of making batteries. Forty two gigawatt hours a year so was similar to what it similar tamed. scale to. Factories like Geminis volks vulcan. Which is building their own battery factories in europe On their own. Some with partners as well jelly confirmed in a statement on its way chats account that it signed the agreement over the weekend adding that had been working with the pharisees energy battery company. Once again. another av mak- they're looking further up the supply chain and thinking. We need to do more of this ourselves. It's an interesting trend phenomenon in the world of vs that didn't really manifest itself in making Piston cows because so many bits could be brought in from supplies and assemble by comic but more and more companies saying batteries not so much motors electronics. But not even chips in silicon but batteries as the differentiator. And the thing that you really really want to have control over. If you're going to be making a very interesting okay. Moving on we'll talk about where you can and can't sell cars one of the biggest head scratches i find about the. Us market the land of the free. Quite free to sell a car any way you want. So if you want to sell a car in texas you might be prohibited from selling directly to consumers and not just in texas but many places around the us. But tesla might soon get the green light to sell direct to customers. A new proposed state law with carve-outs treatment for sutton come because of vs allowing them to skirt. The texas regulations requiring all also sales to be funneled through a third party franchise dealership says the statesman dot com website. So a tesla that building a one billion dollar factory in southeast travis county and it's going to open later this year. It's looking remarkably finished already. Is the biggest name potential fishery of this new bill. Although it would also be a boon to growing number of lesser known as the makers following a similar business model c. tesla forgoes potty franchise dealerships. They own all of their real estate. They're service centers. And if you wanna go and have a look at a car you can. But they'll prefer you to buy it. Online is all done direct with tesla. It's for years to get. The rules changed without success. So far in the past. However tesla hasn't been in the midst of building a major factory this gonna employ five thousand people and sparked significant amounts of follow on investments and Lots of people looking at texas now going well for silicon valley company. Like tesla can move. There may be so can we. I expect that bill to be waved through problems. Atoll i'm sure you'll be able to buy ak- car in texas and go and get it from tesla's factory where the thing was made a next. We'll talk about four. The transit alleging dream name here and no electric transit coming. Twenty twenty three four today confirming the next gen for transit custom range will include an all electric model in addition to plug in hybrid mild hybrids and pace The new custom range which includes a van and the tornado custom which is a people move goes into production beginning of two twenty three still two years away from that at all. Electric version of both models will be part of the range. Ford said last month. Airing thai commercial vehicle range will be what was that phrase zero emission capable right so that means going reasonable distance on battery. So i think that's gonna plug in hybrids that and full electrics of course by twenty twenty four. That was the deadline they gave with. Two thirds of ford's commercial vehicle sales expected to be electrical plug in hybrid by the end of the decade. All right let's move on and tritium a fine charging hardware company and now launching software to unlock plug in charge coming off a year that provoked to prove to be pivotal pivotal for the electric ability. Industry tritium has launched a new software update for the fast chargers that dc charges and it enables plugging charge technology. Globally this software update allows me that supports plug in charge. So we're looking at you porsche. Take on we're looking at you mustang. Mac we're looking at you anything on the emmy be platforms like i d. Three d four not turned on from vw. Yet that's coming later this year. They say it enables you to pull up to a charge and communicate with seamlessly. Well you don't. Your car does Authorizing payments from your accounts without needing to waive a card. Or get your mobile phone out of your pocket and start logging into apps in the rain. If you got any palace word brilliance password resets. Email doesn't arrive yet. We've been that i've been. I've been plugging josh technology. Promises to reshape the customer experience. They say well not not reshaping the customer experience for anyone. That's coming from tesla because that's being the customer experience of just driving up to charge plugging in and just walking away. Not even like tesla. Ronas other the ones i know if you see people plugging in they plug in and walk away. The rest of us hova by a charger just off expecting it to era..

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"tritium" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"tritium" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Of 36 degrees tomorrow Sunny skies a high of 53 fried a little bit of light snow early than sunny with a high of 41 CBS News Brief as Americans Mark Veterans Day states are taking aggressive steps to stop the spread of the Corona virus, Texas became the first state with more than a million cases. Correspondent David begged. Oh, beginning today in Maryland. Indoor dining at restaurants and bars must return to 50% capacity. In Wisconsin. The governor there has issued a new stay at home advisory. Unless it is essential to go out for those who do go out. You may notice something that happened earlier this year, a limit on the amount of products you Khun by, like sanitizing wipes. Detroit shopper Christine Homesteaded not really any way around it. There's too many people, Harding. I'm not Not yet anyway. CBS news correspondent Elise Preston on Veterans Day celebrations today. Virginia did not allow the pandemic to silence its tribute. Governor Ralph Northam is himself a veteran We need to remind our veterans each and every day that they are. Heroes. CBS News brief on that Piper W T M J News time for 32. From that of a breaking news center. State health leaders are pushing for cooperation to keep the Koven 19 pandemic from worsening. WDM. James Toney bed Ox live in the breaking news on the head of the state's Hospital association, says many in the state are operating at peak capacity, while also dealing with their shortage is speaking to the Wisconsin manufacturers and Commerce Doctor Mark Kaufman says slowing the spread will take a united front. We need to triple down. On following public health measures that we know will work, and if we don't do that, it's just going to continue to get worse. The state recorded more than 7000 new daily cases for the second day in a row as covert 19 explodes in Wisconsin. Mohr, please for people to wear a mask, socially distance and wash your hands. We all need to be on board together to fight this If you're not on board together, this virus keeps going UW Hell's Dr Jeff Partof tells Wisconsin's morning news. The virus keeps spreading because too many people still aren't taking it serious. Sleep. We're still working on combating misinformation That's been out there since the start of pandemic and you know, covert 19 is not the fluid at least 10 times more deadly than influenza. Hospitals are busting at the seams, and we're struggling. Jane met Eric W. T. M J News today marks the beginning of a two week pause and social and other gatherings in nine counties in Oregon. Tritium Ortell is with Washington County Public Health Department. We don't make take a pause, don't reduce social gatherings. Well, we will overwhelm our healthcare system and lose more people. New restrictions apply to restaurants, bars and Jim's Corona virus cases have been spiking in Oregon that turns day celebrations looked different today because of the pandemics and virtually or socially distanced, But they all came to honor those who have served our country Team four's Ryan Jenkins has more. Many annual celebrations were happening virtually due to the pandemic. At the Milwaukee, Va. Hospital today in person events there were cancelled, many people watched videos being shared instead, still all across southeast Wisconsin. There are people making sure our veterans know.

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"tritium" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"tritium" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Love this podcast support this show through the ACOSS support a feature. It's up to you. How much give and there's no regular commitment. Just hit the link in the show description to support now. This is space time? Series Twenty Episode Sixty Four for broadcast on the twenty sixth of June. Twenty twenty, coming up on space time new hints of Hypothetical Axiom Particles Solo over that makes its first close approach to the Sun. New Water, hunting, lunar, rover all that and more coming up on Space Time? Welcome to Space Time We'd Stewart Gary? Scientists with International Zena collaboration of come up with an exciting year results that just might be opening a window on a hypothetical particle core, the axiom which has been linked dark matter dark matter is a mysterious invisible substance to make up some eighty five percent of all the matter in the universe, although they have no idea what it is, scientists know dark matter exists because they can measure its gravitational influence on normal Barry onic matter, the stuff that stars planets, houses, cars, and people are made from the quest to find out exactly what dark matter is remains one of sciences biggest challenges. Now a report on the pre press physics website archives dot org claims the world's most sensitive dark matter. Experiment known as The Zealand won. T has come up with some surprising exists events which could help in the search now the authors don't claim to a found dark matter, but instead say they've observed some unexpected rates of events which all I simply can't explain. The signature of the success is similar to. To what one might expect from a tiny residual amount of tritium, which is a radioactive hydrogen isotope, comprising a Proton and two neutrons, but it could be a sign of something more exciting such as the existence of along hypothesized product, called the axiom or possibly even an indication of previously unknown properties of Neutrinos, the won t experiment was operated between Twenty Six hundred and twenty eighteen at the world's largest. Laboratory DIPLO ILISE GRANT SASSA. Are the prime suspect for dark matter are wimps weakly interacting massive particles, wimps, these long hypothesized axioms, or they could be new types of neutrinos. Something completely different. The thing is we just don't know, but thanks to xenon one t experiments like it. Physicists are now narrowing down the likely mass range where this theoretical particle could be hiding. In addition, the data Zeno one TS also sensitive to different types of new particles and interactions, which could explain other open questions in physics in fact last year using the same detector, the same team of scientists published observations of the Rarest Nikolay. The K. ever measured nature it simplest terms. The Zeno won T. detector is a huge tech food with some three. Three point, two tons of ultra pure liquified Xenon, two tons of which served as a target for panicle interactions. The idea is a go would fly through space crash into the earth, not from above, but from below from the other side of the planet fly through the core that said weekly interactivity spotted spe continue up through the metal, the crossed and through the scene on one t to tick up from below very occasionally, one of these particles would strike one of the scene on atoms in the process releasing a photon of light and free electrons. Further receptors positioned around the edges of the tank within the tick. These interactions leading physicists know something's happened now. The game here is that most of these interactions occur from paddock that are already known to exist. Scientists have to eliminate these and estimate the number of background events in zero one to experiment, and this is where it gets interesting when the data from the one tate was compared with non backgrounds, a surprising excess of fifty, three of its over the expected to under the thirty two events was observed, and that raises the question exactly, where is this excess coming from now? What explanation could be a new previously unconsidered source of background caused by the presence of tiny amounts of tritium in on won T to tech to? See Tritium spontaneously the case by emitting an electron with an energy similar to that that was observed that would take just a few treaty madams per every ten to the twenty five Zine Adams to explain the success trouble is there's no current independent measurements that can confirm or disprove the presence of tritium at that level within the detector, so a definitive answer to this explanation isn't yet possible that more excitingly another explanation could be the existence of a new particle. In fact, the excess observed just happens. NAVID Energy Spectra very similar to that, which is expected from axioms produced in the. The Sun Assuming of course in the first place that axioms exist see accidents, hypothetical particles that are supposed to preserve a time reversal symmetry of the nuclear force and the Sun could be strong source of them now while these solar actions wouldn't be dark, matter candidates, their detection with Nicholas Mac, the first observation of a will murder evaded, but as yet never before observed class of neat particles, and that would have a massive impact on sizes, understanding of physics and more importantly, other axioms produced in the universe could be the source of matter, and if we have developed the technology, take. Take them that happens the way to all sorts of other interesting experiments, for example axioms, a thought to be the only product that can travel faster than the speed of light that certainly one theory scientists would like to test now. Alternatively the excess could be didn't neutrinos weekly Interactive Subatomic particles trillions of which pass through your body on hinted and unnoticed for second, the idea is the magnetic murmured of Neutrinos May, we'll be larger than the value given in the standard model of elementary particles that'd be quite revolutionary and means there will be some knee. Physics needed to explain it now. Now of these three worthy explanations considered by the non collaboration, the observed excess is most consistent with the idea of a solar axion signal. That's really exciting now. Let's put that in statistical terms this summer. axion hypothesis has a significance of three point five sigma meaning. There's only about a two in ten thousand chance that this observed exist could be jaded just some random fluctuation in the background rather than clear signal now while the sounds fairly high, it's still not large enough to conclude that actions exist for example. Physicists wouldn't confirm the Higgs Boson, and they achieved a five sigma significance. Meanwhile. The significance of Bertha Tritium and the train magnetic moment hypotheses also correspond to fairly high levels of significance around three pointers, Sigma meaning that both of these are also consistent with the data, but just not quite the same extent as the axiom hypothesis Zeno one ts now upgrading to its next phase, the Zenana nt which have an active zine mess him three times larger, an background that's correspondingly expected to be much lower than that. That of the on won t with a better data expected from non anti Brazil collaborations confident. They'll soon find out whether this access is merely a statistical fluke, background, contamination or something far more exciting, any paddock or interaction that goes beyond known physics. This is space time still the come saw that makes it. 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"tritium" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

Stuff You Should Know

09:31 min | 1 year ago

"tritium" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know

"So chuck. We're talking about nuclear fusion and there's it's actually surprisingly understandable at its most basic core. Yeah you're fusing Adams is not the hardest thing in the world to wrap your head around. Yeah so with vision. We're splitting atoms. You're taking an atom and you're splitting its nuclei apart. You're splitting the neutrons and the protons apart from one another and when you do that one of the four fundamental forces electromagnetic force pushes them away and you get this burst of energy with fusion. You're taking nuclei from different atoms. You're taking protons and neutrons and your smashing them together. And when you do that you're unleashing what's called the strong force which appropriately enough is stronger than electromagnetic force which is why nuclear fusion yields more energy than nuclear fission. Yeah Einstein himself said you know each time. He smashed these things together. You'RE GONNA lose a little bit of mass and that little bit of mass is a ton of energy as it turns out that's right. The famous equals MC squared. Yeah and I don't think he realizes in nineteen zero five or maybe Einstein probably did yeah. Einstein probably did I will see did. Yeah so the problem is even though it is very easy to smash protons together There's a tremendous amount of resistance to that smashing together. They don't WanNa Smash Together. No because it's just like if you take a magnet to magnets. Yeah and you put the positive polls toward one another. They repel one another right. Yeah same thing. That's that's the same principle on an atomic level too. If you take protons which are positively charged particles and try to put them together they repel one another and the closer you get them together the stronger the the repellent force is the electromagnetic force right but if you can get them close enough. The electromagnetic force is overcome by that strong force the strong nuclear force and become bound together because the strong force is that one of those four fundamental forces of the universe and that is the force that keeps atoms together and that is the that force is stronger than the force that repels like charged particles. Yeah and when you talk about close they need to be within one time. Ten to the negative fifteen meters of one another right. So if you'll indulge me sure you're gonna read a bunch of zero point. Zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero zero one meters apart. Afraid That's how closely have to be that's right To get them to accept one another into fuse. I've had the theory that if they they're not using because they think they're going to be made into a bomb and if we told them that creating energy they might be more willing to fuse together. Yeah because protons are piece Knicks. Everybody knows that sure. So when when they do fuse together right when you do cross that threshold. Strong force takes over and overcomes the electromagnetic force Like we said a a tremendous amount of energy is released and it's released in part in the form of neutrinos neutrons right which are right neutral particles which suddenly start carrying a tremendous amount of kinetic energy. So let's say you have One atom you got another atom and they're both like I'm not getting close to you. We're not going to get to okay. We got together. Yes that forced that that mass that's displaced is transferred through the neutron gets kicked off of the atom right. Yeah and is carried out now. Neutron doesn't have any kind of positive or negative charge it's neutral so neutron which means that it can pass through the very electro magnetic fields that are keeping this plasma where this reaction is taking place together. Once that happens. Chuck it can go out to what's called the blanket wall in a thermonuclear reactor. Warm it and that he is transferred into a water cooling system. The waters warmed up turned steam which generates a moves the turbine and then all of a sudden the turbines producing electricity. Yeah it's funny. How just it gets so complex but all you're still trying to do is create steam turbine. It's like hooking the I assess up to horse move it over there so there are a few types of fusion reactions The ultimate goal right. Now what we can do on a small-scale is what's called a Deterioration tritium reaction. Yeah that's the one that we can currently achieve. That's one atom of deteriorate and one atom of tritium combining to form a helium four atom and a neutron. Yeah the ultimate goal. I mean that's good and that'll create a lot of energy. But there are a few downsides. Tritium is radioactive for one Do you have to mine it from lithium? Yeah Lithium's fairly rare sure The ultimate goal is to to reach duty tyrian reactions which is to deteriorate. Atoms combining to form that helium. Three and a neutron. And you can get that from the seawater it's abundant Almost limitless And I couldn't find this but I think clean water can be a residual effect of this. Am I wrong? I don't know if it's if well you probably not injecting water but to get the deterioration. Nah I mean desalination plants. Are they key to the future as far as supplying the world with fresh water? Yeah I thought I saw somewhere where it was an actual byproduct but all right. Yeah but then I couldn't find it so I'm not sure if that's right or you know what you just jog my memory. I feel like in a hydrogen powered car water is one of the byproducts to maybe. So yeah all right. Don't quote me on that though The very least it's a great way to create energy right and you also can get Tritium from helium. I believe so even now with the the deteriorate tritium reactions that were working on. There's there's already a. There's a a work around you know like you can create a thermonuclear reactor. That's a breeding reactor to where the byproduct helium can be used to harvest more of the fuel you're using tritium in. Aren't we running low on helium? We are which is like remember when we were talking about in the the dirigible Zeppelin which one was it. How blimp work. Yeah and then a long time ago. We did one on Well the Mars Marcher yes. There is very clearly Helium shortage in the idea that we're just using it for party balloons rather than this is scary. Yeah and don't be confused. We say things like deterioration it sounds super complex. All that is hydrogen with an extra neutron. Yes an isotope yeah. So there's three isotopes of hydrogen and they're all still the same element. They're all still Hydrogen but they have different configurations as far as their neutrons go. So premium is a hydrogen isotope with one Proton in no neutrons deterioration is a hydrogen isotope with one proton and one neutron and tritium is a hydrogen isotope with one Proton and two neutrons. And like you said tritium is radioactive but the beauty of it is you need very very very little of it to to fuel a nuclear reactor and it becomes a stable helium a non radioactive helium in the reactor. So you don't have this leftover radioactive fuel also think they said there's an it'd be equivalent of the radiation we just see every day and walking around on the street right. Yes the background radiation. I believe I saw that too. The thing is is the parts to the nuclear reactor themselves will become irradiated over time. Apparently though compared to the kind of radio activity that's generated from nuclear vision This stuff you could just disassemble embarrassing. The desert for one Hundred Years. Go back and dig backup and it'll be totally inactivated so it it's the stuff that is radioactive extraordinarily manageable. Yeah it is in Like I said we don't WanNa make it sound like this is perfect there is They do predict the short to medium-term radioactive waste problem. And they say that's due to activation of the structural materials right the actual thermonuclear device itself. Yeah and while you don't need much tritium Even a few grams of tritium is problematic. But hopefully you know there's no accident although they say accidents with these If you just turn the power off it stops everything. It's not like a chain reaction can occur like vision Reactor there's not out of your control meltdown. Which also if you want to know more about that goes into our. How Nuclear Meltdowns Work Episode that was pretty good. We really sit right. After Fukushima but it applies to all vision reactors strike so the goal is ultimately deteriorate deteriorate reactions. Where you're clear whether it does and the reason why is again it's abundant fuel. You can get it from desalinating seawater and then Secondly it's radioactive at any point so it wouldn't make the the Thermo Nuclear Reactor itself radioactive..

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"tritium" Discussed on X96

X96

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"tritium" Discussed on X96

"A treatment for recurring close a close tritium difficile a CDF a life threatening diarrhea producing antibiotic resistant infection and it has shown some medical efficacy and and they have experimented with it to some for some positive controlled fashion well circumstance but it's if you want to get it done it's very expensive it shows promise for a wide variety of medical problems no silver bullet but if a donor for instance of a donor carries a disease or bad bacteria it could has been deadly for those on the receiving end the reason it's expensive is because it's tested and it's performed by professional doctors all group of enterprising patience though revving up their blunders in creating their own slurry of feces according to a study by the American Journal of gastro andrology a whopping eighty seven percent of those surveyed in the study said that they've been facilitating fecal transplants themselves using online tutorials to create their own concoction using supposedly healthy donors species gonna ruin that blender the majority or will it blend yes the majority or using the transplants to treat issues like inflammatory bowel disease and irritable bowel syndrome surprisingly most of the patients eighty two percent saw improvements they said with the procedure who said they said who who the people being interviewed fecal transplant well there is a you tube video tutorial for that Boehner candidate number two coming up in a moment voter candidate number three the resurrection of a dead possum I saw this one motor candidate number three for round one coming up after this Big Boy news and opinion window brought to you by what's a real food for lunch or dinner had to move cheese downtown south Salt Lake Midvale or Lee high check out movies on the web or Facebook Mochis fresh handmade everyday but you're excited to gene and when dancing is got a a record coming out welcome one Gina it's it's his it's it's dancing saying sell the sizzle really yeah Scott don't know maybe I give as a gift for a April seventeenth release Praxair to appear on the effort include is it's so strange loving arms one night to live shows in support of dancing sings Elvis will be announced next week for Los Angeles and San Francisco should be in Vegas really exposed to full metal Jackie's nationally syndicated radio show about why it's taking them so long to complete dancing sings Elvis well every time I'd have some downtime if I was working on the soundtrack or stuff I would just record another Elvis tracker too so what started out as an LPN and I got enough for a full album okay sure let's have them do it although I'd give it a chance yeah I hope this is it might as well as Bob Dylan singing Frank Sinatra you mean I love Bob Dylan but this is a mother yeah I remember what he might he might be able to pull I'm willing to give it a chance to give transpose Japan is going to close schools for a month everything's fine Japan will close schools nationwide to help control the spread of the new virus the government announced on Thursday that's the course coronavirus a prime minister Shinzo Ave **** elementary middle and high school students to remain shut until spring holidays begin in late March the the measure affects twelve point eight million students in the schools in the country the in the coming week or two it's an extremely important time the prime minister said.

"tritium" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"tritium" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"A new measurement women for the mess of the most common particle in the universe NASA finds the wreckage of India's crash Lunar Lander at it's all systems go for the launch of shops. All that and more coming up on space time. Welcome to space time. We'd Stewart Gary. Scientists have set a new upper limit for the mass of the Neutrino the most common particle in the universe. The new results indicate the train. I must have amassed list on one point. One Electron Volts. An Electron volt is a basic unit of particle energy. Angie the amount of energy gained or lost by a single electron accelerating from rest through an electric potential difference of one volt in a vacuum which is exactly one point. Six Zero two by ten of the modest nineteen jewel and thanks to Albert. Einstein's famous mass energy equivalence equation equals MC squared that. He's energy energy. Was Mass Times the speed of light. Squared the electron volt is also a unit of mass in physics and astronomy measuring the mass of this tiny particle. Could one to to answer some really big questions about the cosmos including Anti Madda the Big Bang origin of the universe and our cosmological issues. The findings reported in the Journal Physical Review Letters and on the pre press physics website. I cough dot. Org have have the previous limit of two electron volts obtains her direct measurements of Neutrino mass neutrinos at Elementary Subatomic particles generated through radioactive decay and stars in Supernova in nuclear explosions particle accelerators generators and atomic reactors. Then you train are so named because it's electrically neutral and because its rest. Mass is so small. It was long thought to be zero and having almost no mess. Means Neutrinos a capable of being accelerated to almost the speed of light neutrinos coming three known types or flavors electron neutrinos me on Neutrinos Tau Neutrinos H with their own specific properties. It seems each of the three Neutrino flavors is made up of a quantum mixture of three species so for example particular town you Trina with content. Bits of all freeman species. And there's different mess species allowing you to oscillate between the three flavors. For example an electron neutrinos produced through Beta decay. Reaction could interact in a distant detector as a meal town. You trainer. Interestingly although they have no electric charge neutrinos to have their own corresponding antimatter. Counterparts identified by the opposite Shirelles Shirelles. Handedness you Trina interact with other matter. Only through gravity and through the weak nuclear force in fact there so quickly interactive that several trillion capacity three Ryan now with that you even noticing researchers at the car through Tritium Neutrino collaboration in Germany determined that neutrinos mass must be less than one point one electron volts or five hundred thousand times less than electrons mass but analyzing the Beta decay of tritium a radioactive hydrogen isotope. which emitted in an electron any trainer by measuring the emitted electrons energies? It allows the authors to estimate the neutrinos masses. Well you all the space time time coming up next the wreckage from India's crash Luna Landa finally found at it's all systems go for the launch of chips now slated for December seventeen. Seventeen all that and more still to come on Space Time Nassar is found the remains of India's ill-fated Vikram Lunar Lander which crashed under the surface of the moon during a failed landing attempt back in September images taken. You can buy Nassar's lunar reconnaissance orbiter show the spacecraft's wreckage spurred over lunch debris field with pat scattered over almost two dozen locations spanning several kilometres. The discovery contradicts Indian mission managers. who had early claim that? Identify the location of the lander saying it was still in one piece but tilted at an angle. All the discovery of the shattered remains dispersed over several kilometres shows. That information was badly wrong. Vikram was fundable. The Indian Space Research Organizations Change Ray into lunar orbiter Chandra in two was launched back in July from the strategic one space it from the Bay of Bengal cursed by the nation's most powerful awful rocket that GSLV Mach three that mission achieved Lunar Orbit Insertion on August twenty deploying the Vikram land on September. The Sixth Vikram then began again. A fifteen minute descent to the surface aiming for attached down near the lunar South Pole around seventy degrees south latitude. Once on the ground it would spend spent a full lunar day. Approximately two earthquakes undertaking a range of scientific experiments. It would also deploy small six wheeled rover which will explore the surrounding landscape. However as the land of continued its descent it suddenly began deviating off course? At an altitude of two point one kilometers and then went silent highland the file telemetry readings show victims. Vertical velocity was fifty eight made it two hundred and ten kilometers per hour at an altitude of about three hundred and thirty maters now. That's unusually fast. Considering the ideal touchdown velocity was meant to be about two meters per second or seven point two kilometers per hour. Now all of this suggests that something had already gone fatally wrong by that point. Despite numerous attempts no further contact was made with the land or or it's rover India's. His Failure Analysis Committee let it concluded that the crash was most likely caused by some sort of software glitch. You're listening the space time still to come. And we'll take a look at the December solstice and the Rock Comet fate on which is about to provide its annual chimneys. Meteo shower all that and more still to come on space time okay. 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Weird Issues: Are comets asteroids or are asteroids comets?

Astronomy Cast

08:34 min | 2 years ago

Weird Issues: Are comets asteroids or are asteroids comets?

"Used to be so simple. Comets were snowballs from the outer solar system and asteroids rocks walks from the inner solar system. But now everything's all shades of gray. STRANA found asteroids have behavioral comets and college the behave like Asteroids Pamela. Make sense of this for him. It's a continuum of objects that simply want to mock with our desire to name mm-hmm everything let's face it. Human beings like to put things in boxes and and this is a problem for us when it comes to the solar system because we used to think it was so easy we had trust real world. We had gas giants we we had asteroids. We had icy things and and it's all falling apart as we've discovered that well somewhere between the icy things in the asteroid. Things is a continual. And there's there's no discrete gap or anything no set the technical term icy things and asteroid things. Technically it's comet or send tour or Kuyper belt object depending on where they are and then of course the cloud. We need to stop naming things based on where they're located located right or just like trying to classify them don't judge just that's just gonNA drive yourself crazy so and then they're gonNA set off a debate on the Internet where people are going to yell at each other about whether poodles planet or not. And we're still going to have to hear about it now however the classic we're just GonNa go with Planet Classic Play Planet Classic. Okay all right so so then back. In the olden days of your What was an asteroid? It was a dry rocky. Object like killed the dinosaurs awards and exists in the asteroid belt. That in general is made of metals of carbons of silicates and and is dry. That was wrapped is where we started. Asteroids that you've got the the ones that are near the earth we've got the ones as you said in the main asteroid belt and then we've got the trojans interesting side note. Did you know that. There is roughly in the same order of magnitude as many objects in Jupiter's Trojan Asteroid Area as in the main asteroid. Bill Lloyd didn't that's is you know that either the I know until I was doing an episode about it in other the words the solar system has second asteroid belt. And you didn't even know about it. I mean we all knew the trojans were there but we didn't know that they work and they're not even third third. They're really just to clouds that Leonie Trail Jupiter like like yeah parade on procession around our solar I system and yet there is as many objects roughly as in the main asteroid belt. So anyway interesting thing I just discovered So okay so so. Asteroid Rock Metal Draw S.. What's a comet? Eight comment is a Blob of mostly Isis. So so here you have. Water is nitrogen ice dry ice isis. Things that can be liquids. It's Things that will become gassy tails and we knew that mixed in with that was some gravelly bets but it was considered to be mostly Salihi ice and cold Gucci does a great of she does a great science show where she will make a comment with yes and and and this is something that that astronomers have been doing for ages because you can get all of the ingredients to make a comment in a bowl pretty much. It's from your local grocery store. If your local grocery store happens to have dry ice and I it's just a little bit of Corn Syrup a little bit of molasses lassus dry some water some ammonia and then you grab a handful of dirt from the art right and that's a comet and so it's pretty pretty clear right like obviously one is a chunk of rock and metal rock or metal rock and metal rock or metal at the other is a chunk of water with maybe a little bit of dirt thrown in meet both in volatile ICES. When did this categorization and start to go off the rails? What some discoveries that were made that made this clearly problematic? Well one one of the problems was simply the story we had told ourselves about. Our solar system turned out to be wrong and one of the stories that we told ourselves about our solar system. was that all of the water. We have all all of the earth's oceans came to us through the bombardment of comets on the surface of our world but when we started looking at the composition position accommodates the waters that comets are made of. Don't match the water that we have here on earth so there is a sudden w T.F. If water what's wrong with you and a realization that all the water we've got had to come from somewhere else now. It didn't end there it. It never ends that simply said but but just like just before you move on so we know Oh that like based on whatever the deterioration the tritium is the ratios of of what are the kinds of hydrogen involve are involved in making water ready the ratio Samyong comments right and so. Have you sample the water in the earth's oceans and then you look at the samples that had been done in in looking at comet. They don't match perfectly. I mean obviously they both have water in them. But but it's like the initial recipe doesn't seem to match so it's to the comments couldn't have been the source of all of an and in fact having looked at multiple comets. It's if our water came from the as we so far seeing them typical comments. It still doesn't work so it it. It can't even be like the smallest fraction of our water. Came from comments So yeah it's not comments. Okay so the so then. We have a clue but that doesn't mean anything right just means that the water came from somewhere else. Maybe it was formed in place as the earth formed and then maybe it was a part of underground and in welled up over time as the Earth Glenham models. That's out there. But that's no longer the dominant model because we have another Attacker that has been identified. It's it's been realized that asteroids have water in fact they appear to have a lot of water and big astros like series may even have subsurface sees of water right so within how was how were these discoveries made well. It's it's been a whole combination of looking at nearer by asteroid looking things and realizing shoot. These are actually active. They actually periodically spray material outwards and thinking. Well some of them were just going to call. I'm dead comments. We're going to refer to these objects that clearly used to be comets. Their orbits change they got crusted over with stuff will blame them on being former comets comets and about works to a point but then we started doing things like sending probes out to visit asteroids and when we got to series. We saw cry of alcoholism going on there are massive features on series that appeared to be former role. Kano's that have now begun to slump and there's at least one. What appears to be still active volcano in place in the bottom of a crater and these this is salty stuff that's getting sprayed up and then settling down and crusting over the volcano that that it is

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"tritium" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

Dad Does Drugs

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"tritium" Discussed on Dad Does Drugs

"Free. Coffee and Public Safety Needs Tuxedo. Paramount I want you to have a spike your compensation about regulates our have it. Actually you know advocates this Chievo. Both these regulated heavily logged every gothic with. Ah To someone has type of people usual. John Silvia for different reasons education issue. Hey trucks off white something that touched drugs as well private school education. It's in secondary. Aw enjoyable conversation tilted the open and honest talk about the idea police. I'm seventy as recently someone. That's quite interested in drugged in education policy in the form of domestic on. It's really hard to legalize victor competitive. Because I think quite short work and it might be really dangerous interesting to come at it from different sides and sort of agree that it's it's hard when they're all the most brilliant brain is some real experts we in this country. Blessed with Tritium Pioneers testing for the evidence space raw relying hang on a mission to concede that if we get back to the CRM CR enrollment increases crime. Every increases jerk easily crease effect. Back we can pam brought to me full. Would sometimes we do make mistakes. Yes I think. It doesn't then the politicians addition to be yourself. Prepare to not be so scared not not constantly banger. John with we're going to be hard drugs. Well it's just not working how by allowing people to say sell through without risking with only without that fear. They'll lose driving. I think versus Obama. Our joke about politics ask.

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"tritium" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"tritium" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Day to day experience. So I you're hydrogen has a boiling point of minus two hundred fifty two point nine degrees celsius. That's minus four hundred twenty three point two degrees Fahrenheit. That means anything warmer than that extremely cold temperature will cause hydrogen to boil off into a gas to make hydrogen a liquid you would have to cool it down to thirty three Kelvin zero Kelvin, represents absolute zero. That's when you essentially have no molecular movement at all absolute zero is colder than empty space, which is somewhere around two point seven Kelvin so thirty three Kelvin is toasty in comparison. But it still colder than anything gonna find occurring naturally on our planet. So on earth. Unpressurised pure hydrogen is going to be in gas form. And this is a problem because hydrogen is also the lightest element, the heavier elements. Earth's atmosphere will push down. And hydrogen will move up higher and higher until actually escapes. Earth's gravity. So pure hydrogen will float off into space, capturing hydrogen from the atmosphere isn't really a practical solution because of this. So hydrogen also has a strong tendency to bond with other elements and that's really another very important thing, so we can get to hydrogen here on earth, but it's bonded to other stuff, like two hydrogens can bond with an oxygen atom and form water, h two o so more on that in a bit as that's key to the challenge of making a working hydrogen economy is figuring out how to get hydrogen out of these compounds and elements and things not elements. But, you know, mixtures so there are three common isotopes of hydrogen, the ordinary boring pure hydrogen that we tend to talk about. Is called program, and that consists of one proton that is orbited by one electron. So the nucleus of pure hydrogen program. Isotopes is just a proton, then you have deteriorated that one adds a neutron to the nucleus soon. I've got one proton one neutron in the nucleus, orbited by one electron then you have tritium that's a radioactive isotope, and it has a nucleus with one proton, and two neutrons orbited by a single electron, this stuff does occasionally form earth's atmosphere, when cosmic rays interact with the air, but it has a pretty darn short half life. It's just a half life of twelve point three years. So when you pair that with the fact that it's superlight subtle of actually float off into space. It's also very uncommon for cosmic Ray interactions. They aren't super commonplace. There's very little chance for any significant amount of tritium to accumulate in the atmosphere before it decays back in sixteen. Seventy one a philosopher and intellectual named Robert Boyle was doing some exploratory research. He was using iron and dipping it into different types of acid, and he saw that the reaction in one of these combinations produce some bubbles, some gas many folks will call the father of chemistry, but this point his observe, -ation mostly just consisted of gas man in no anything..

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"tritium" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:40 min | 2 years ago

"tritium" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

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"tritium" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

10:09 min | 2 years ago

"tritium" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And you're done. That's perfect. That's absolutely perfect. You know, sometimes I'm thinking about and I say to myself. All right. Well, these are pretty, you know, these are pretty simple methods. It doesn't take any extra time to do that. You just if you do it properly the first time. Will generally work a lot of my friends and myself and whole bunch of people that I know are simply saying, you know, what I have a busy schedule all of my pets laundry gets washed maybe once a week, and I put it on the super hot cycle, and maybe I throw in a little bleach or something like that. But we're doing that out of reflex. And kind of what we taught when we were children, it's semi simple to clean, the pets balls and toys, but what about betting? Yeah. That's really important. And I'm sure as any pet owner knows betting begins to smell after a while. It's really important to launder regularly. Also, I know whenever I play at my parents house, I'm playing fetch with their dogs. They're dots. Love the soft toys this little stuffed animals, and they are slimy. And they need to be washed and in disinfected regularly, so betting or toys. It's really important that if your pet has recently had an infectious disease or have been sick, you really want to make sure you're laundering even more frequently what we recommend is laundering first off purchasing surfaces. And betting that can be laundered. That's really important, especially if it has a laundry will cover and then second laundry those surfaces with hot water and use bleach. Again, you want to follow your manufacturer's instructions. And it's simple to do from us again, as you just mentioned, Dr Courtney there's going to be done on a regular washing machine on a regular basis, you know, spilled into your routine, but also recommend if you can do it dry using high temperatures that can also help kill any infectious microorganisms that maybe made it through the washing cycle that keep can kill them to awesome. Awesome. So hot water use bleach and just dry at a very high temperature if possible I like all of those suggestions because it sounds like you're almost hitting the microbes from a variety of ways, you hitting them from all directions. But listen at the end of the day, we are constantly bombarded with microbes every single day every single minute of every single day. We have microbes that live on our skin and work always coming in contact with them, but people are walking around constantly getting sick. And. That's because we have for the most part and immune system that helps us in dogs and cats are no different in that respect. So let's give a big salute to the immune system. But the truth is not everyone has that competent immune system. Not everyone has these sort of all star athlete inflammatory cells that can knock out bacteria and viruses. So is there an increased risk of infection for some groups of people. And is there anything you'd recommend for these groups of people who don't have an all-star immune system yet there are and that really is another good question. And actually, it's the US centers for disease control and prevention, that's the CDC the government agency responsible for public health in the US. They actually issued guidelines about keeping pets if you may have an increased risk of infection. So I if you have children on the five in your household. You pony shouldn't have pet reptiles amphibians or poultry remember that outbreak. There were children as young as one who actually got sick because these amphibians like frogs can be the source of disease. Kids can easily catch kids wash the hands very often. They have for a hand hygiene because the kids Secondly, if you're in a household and someone in the household is pregnant, you probably shouldn't adopt new Australia cats, especially kittens because there's a risk of getting toxic plasmas and that can cause defects. But the CDC does suggest that if there is an existing cat. They can actually keep the current cap. Third pregnant women should avoid changing cat litter if they have to wear disposable gloves, and obviously wash hands immediately after his changed daily changing the limit daily can reduce the risk of getting talks. Oh, plasma because the parasite doesn't become infectious until about one to five days after it's been exploited in a cat feces sauce people who have weakened immune systems. They should take additional care with personal and environmental hygiene wash hands more frequently than they would normally do and clean and disinfect surfaces that come into contact with pets regularly. I'm very frequently and Leslie people in high risk groups all of those should wash bites and scratches immediately don't allow pets to lick open wounds on. Faces when protective gloves when cleaning up after pet accidents and bedding at least once a week and potentially more regularly. And so these guidelines really coming from the CDC, and they really are guidelines worth following. I would definitely agree particularly because you think about it the types of microorganisms that would never affect somebody like maybe you could be severe health risks for somebody else. And that's always important to consider speaking of health risks have parents at the bottom line at the very core. The one thing they want to do is keep their pets safe. They don't want to do anything to harm their pet because they want to be good stewards good healthcare providers to their furry family members. And it completely makes sense. Last thing you would want to do any harm to your pet whatsoever. So when it comes to cleaning products, that's what a lot of parents are concerned with is this safe. What I'm about to spray on this countertop? Is that safe from my pet? So do you have any tips for selecting products to us around pets? Yeah, we do. And as I'm sure your listeners know, there are many products that can be used for cleaning and disinfecting and choosing the right products around to us around your pet can actually be difficult. So we have a few tips first office. We said many times today always read the product label to determine whether it's appropriate to use around pets. Many products will be safety us around pets if they used according to the directions for us, for example. Some products may stay keep pets and children away from the area until dry so you should follow. That guidance. Other may say rinse the surface before food contact or at Sorel out on out or he wants a pets. But anytime it says rinse the surface before preparing food as a good indicated that you shouldn't let at lake that surface, for instance, while the disinfectant is still alive. Secondly, look to see if products carry any pets language something products may do but disinfectants may not it just depends on the product look to see if the product using one step cleaner disinfectant. So we haven't talked about this. But there are products that have detergents and disinfectants in the same product. So. If you can use a product that basically has both of those you only need to use that one product cleaning and disinfecting, but make sure you still use it to clean off any gross soil onto that you may have on the surface. Some products may be labeled for you, some food context of says that means that can be applied to a surface that comes into contact with food and left to dry without her instep. Those a great us around the house with pets because obviously there's no extra rinsing step needed. And Leslie, and I think this is just good general advice for all cleaning and disinfecting products. Keep them safely and securely stored out of reach of pets. Those raw tips for selecting pet safe products. You'd be surprised at how many times I've actually heard about pets where they've actually lick the floor after it has been cleaned and it results in severe irritation inside the mouth, and basically a chemical burn. So you're completely right? I love that last hip, particularly even though you think that these products may not be interesting or for lack of a better term appetizing disc. Keep them out of reach that. So. So important. From the bottom, my heart. Because again, let me repeat this is one of the biggest topics that I get questions about and people are most curious about is cleanliness hygiene. And what I love about that as people recognize. It's very important, particularly those who are in the health industry and businesses and kennels and boarding facilities. They realized just how important hygiene is because if it's not at a highest priority, it may shut down their business. So I just want to thank both of you for joining me during this podcast today. I think it was absolutely illuminating conversation. And I just want to thank you for your generosity of time. If we do a part two and three which I fully plan on it. Would you both mind joining me again? Yeah. Bishara said where we'd be happy to come back and feel free. If people have questions after listening to this podcast sentiment, and those are things that we can address in round two. Well, fantastic. Is there any social media contact Email or anything that people can possibly contact you by that's a good one? So for us since we are employees. As of the clocks company, we have some rules around how we interact with others on social media. How will be the best thing to do is? If you are a pet professional or a veterinary professional, you know, you definitely want to connect with us on Twitter using at Clark's healthcare tag. And then if you're at home, and you're trying to learn more about how to clean some tips for cleaning and disinfection, you know, you can connect with us on Twitter other social media forums with our retail company, the Clorox company, I love that. I absolutely do end as a third failsafe high-caste fans. Just reach out to me and ask me any questions that I will forward it along to them. Okay. So this is wonderful. Thank you again. Both for joining me. I deeply appreciate it. And we'll talk soon. Thank you so much. Thank you very much. Wow. That was incredible. I mean, we covered a lot of ground today. I mean, we got a chance address one of the biggest questions in the room, which is Ken my pets. Make me sick. We got a chance to talk to Dr west and Dr low both PHD's about these organisms salmonella campylobacter Haas tritium, and then we delved into just how important hand hygiene is which everyone knows it is. But we delve down into it and talked about the certain times where it should be the top priority. And then, of course, the big Kahuna, which is cleaning and disinfection and how to separate both of those to remove the organic material the dirt. And then make sure using that disinfection the way that it's instructed to do which is contact time. You gotta let it sit there. So it can work its magic. And then of course, we talked about carpets and and also betting to we definitely covered a lot of ground. But I think the last bullet point we talked about which is probably the. Most important one is how do we make sure we clean, but keep our pets safe? Read those labels. Make sure it has a lot of pet safe language on there. And make sure you rinse off that disinfection..

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"tritium" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

06:07 min | 3 years ago

"tritium" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Than they would normally do and clean and disinfect surfaces that come into contact with pets regularly, a very frequently and Leslie people in high risk groups all of those should wash bites and scratches immediately don't allow pets to lick open wounds on their faces when protective gloves when cleaning up after pet accidents and long depending at least once a week and potentially more regularly. And so these guidelines really coming from the CDC, and they really are guidelines worth following. I would definitely agree particularly because you think about it the types of microorganisms that would never affect somebody like maybe you could be a severe health risks for somebody else. And that's always important to consider speaking of health risks have parents at the bottom line at the very core. The one thing they want to do is keep their pets safe. They don't want to do anything to harm their because they want to be good stewards good healthcare providers to their furry. Family members. And it completely makes sense. Last thing you would want to do any harm to your pet whatsoever. So when it comes to cleaning products, that's what a lot of parents are concerned with is this safe. What I'm about to spray on this countertop? Is that safe for my pet? So do you have any tips for selecting products to us around pets? Yeah, we do. And as I'm sure you listens. No. There are many products that can be used leaning into subjecting and choosing the right products around to us around your pet can actually be difficult. So we have a few tips first office. We said many times today always read the product label to determine whether it's appropriate to use around pets. Many products will be safety around pets if they used according to the directions for us. For example. Some products may stay keep children away from the area until dry. So you should follow that guidance. Others may say rinse the surface before food contact or at Sorel out on out or he wants to pets. But anytime it says rinse the surface before preparing food as a good indicator that you shouldn't let at lake that surface. For instance, while the disinfectant is still on it. Secondly, look to see if products carry any pets language something products may do but disinfectants may not it just depends on the product look to see if the product using is one step cleaner disinfectant. So we haven't talked about this. But there are products that have detergents and disinfectants in the same product. So if you can use a product that basically has both of those you only need to use that one product cleaning and disinfecting, but make sure you still use it to clean off any gross soil onto that you may have on the surface. Some products may be labeled for you, some food context of says that means that can be applied to a surface that comes into contact with food and left to dry without rinse step. Those a great us around the house with pets. Because obviously, there's no extra rinsing step needed. Unless Lastly, I think this is just good general advice for all cleaning in this infecting products. Heat them safely and securely stored out of reach of pets. Those raw tips for selecting pet safe products. You'd be surprised at how many times I've actually heard about pets where they've actually lick the flu. Floor after it has been cleaned and it results in severe irritation inside the mouth, and basically a chemical burn. So you're completely right? I love that last hip, particularly even though you think that these products may not be interesting or lack of a better term appetizing. Disc, keep them out of reach. That's so so important, you know, I have to thank you from the bottom of my heart. Because again, let me repeat this is one of the biggest topics that I get I questioned about and people are most curious about is cleanliness hygiene. And what I love about that as people recognize. It's very important, particularly those who are in the health industry and businesses and kennels and boarding facilities. They realized just how important hygiene is because if it's not at a highest priority may shut down their business. So I just want to thank both of you for joining me during this podcast today. I think it was an absolutely illuminating conversation. And I just want to thank you for your generosity of time. If we do a part two and three which I fully plan on it. Would you both mind joining me again? Yeah. Insurance said where we'd be happy to come back and feel free. If people have questions after listening to this podcast sentiment, and those are things that we can address in round two. Well, fantastic. Is there any social media contact Email or anything that people can possibly? Contact you by that's a good one. So for us since we are employees of the clocks company, we have some rules around how we interact with others on social media. Probably the best thing to do is. If you are a pet professional or a veterinary professional know, you definitely want to connect with us on Twitter using the at FOX healthcare tag. And then if you're at home, and you're trying to learn more about how to clean some tips for cleaning and disinfection, you know, you can connect with us on Twitter other social media forums with our retail company, the Clorox company, I love that. I absolutely do. And as a third failsafe podcast. Pam just reach out to me and ask me any questions that I will forward it along to them. Okay. So this is wonderful. Thank you again. Both for joining me. I deeply appreciate it. And we'll talk soon. Thank you very much while that was incredible. I mean, we covered a lot of ground today. I mean, we got a chance to address one of the biggest questions in the room, which is Ken my pets. Make me sick. We got a chance to talk to Dr west and Dr low both PHD's about these organisms salmonella campylobacter cost tritium, and then we delved into just how important hand hygiene is which everyone knows it is. But we delve down into it and talked about the certain times where it should be the top priority. And then, of course, the big Kahuna, which is cleaning and disinfection and how to separate both of those to remove the organic material the dirt. And then make sure using that disinfection the way that it's instructed to do which is contact time. You gotta let it sit there. So it can work its magic. And then of course, we talked about carpets and also betting to we definitely covered a lot of ground. But I think the last bullet point we talked about which is probably the. Most important one is how do we make sure we clean, but keep our pets safe? Read those labels. Make sure it has a lot of pets safe language on there. And make sure you rinse off that disinfection. So.

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"tritium" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"tritium" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Campylobacter cost tritium, and then we delved into just how important hand hygiene is which everyone knows it is. But we delve down into it and talked about the certain times where it should be the top priority. And then, of course, the big Kahuna, which is cleaning and disinfection and how to separate both of those to remove the organic material the dirt. And then make sure using that disinfection the way that it's instructed to do which is contact time. You gotta let it sit there. So it can work its magic. And then of course, we talked about carpets and and also betting to we definitely covered a lot of ground. But I think the last bullet point we talked about which is probably the. Most important one is how do we make sure we clean, but keep our pets safe? Read those labels. Make sure it has a lot of pets safe language on there. And make sure you rinse off that disinfection. So that you don't have that issue. Like, I had where a patient of mine. A boxer was licking the floor after had been cleaned with a disinfection and had a lot of floral alteration and a lot of your mouth. So we covered tons of ground today. I just want to go back and religion to all of it podcast family. Thank you so much for joining me during this episode. There'll be more exciting episodes with more incredible illustrious guests like Dr west of unsold. Until next time. We'll get a chance to talk again. And just remember there's nothing stronger than the human animal bond. Let's talk pets every week on demand only on live radio dot com. County yesterday,.

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"tritium" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"tritium" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Probably the best thing to do is. If you are a pet professional or a veterinary professional, you definitely want to connect with us on Twitter using the clocks healthcare tag. If you're at home, and you're trying to learn more about how to clean that some tips for cleaning and disinfection, you know, you can connect with us on Twitter other social media forums with our retail company, the clocks company, I love that. I absolutely do. And as a third failsafe podcast fan. Just reach out to me and ask me any questions that I will forward it along to them. Okay. So this is wonderful. Thank you again. Both for joining me. I deeply appreciate it. And we'll talk soon. So much. Thank you very much. Wow. That was incredible. I mean, we covered a lot of ground today. I mean, we got a chance to address one of the biggest questions in the room, which is Ken my pets. Make me sick. We got a chance to talk to Dr west and Dr low both PHD's about these organisms salmonella campylobacter Haas tritium, and then we delved into just how important hand hygiene is which everyone knows it is. But we delve down into it and talked about the certain times where it should be the top priority. And then, of course, the big Kahuna, which is cleaning and disinfection and how to separate both of those to remove the organic material the dirt. And then make sure using that disinfection the way that it's instructed to do which is contact time. You gotta let it sit there. So it can work its magic. And then of course, we talked about carpets and and also betting to we definitely covered a lot of ground. But I think the last bullet point we talked about which is probably the. Most important one is how do we make sure we clean, but keep our pets safe? Read those labels. Make sure it has a lot of pets safe language on there. And make sure you rinse off that disinfection. So.

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"tritium" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"tritium" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I was gonna ask you have your use CBD oil for those of you who are using marijuana derivative because now they're selling CBD oil for every element is like snake oil, everything under the sun and ails you. Marijuana's good for all of a sudden for fifty years. It was bad for everything. Now, the psychos are telling you, it's good for everything. There's not been a complaint that man has complained about since the beginning of since Adam that it has not been discovered by these crackpot drug dealers. That marijuana is not good for. So now Sosa believe that CBD oil is gonna save me from everything CBD is a derivative or a component of marijuana. And they claim it's devoid of the psychoactive THC. Now, first of all, I don't know how they can actually guarantee you that any derivative of marijuana is chemically pure that's number one because most of the labs putting this out are not they're not real laboratories there. Schyster laboratories created by the same drug dealers who originally. Heroin and cocaine into America, then I'll bringing you quote medical marijuana, which is a bigger business than cocaine was at a at its heyday. So don't tell me about all a good doctors in your neighborhood. They're not doctors they're drug peddlers their drug dealers deceiving America period and the federal government are crackdown on all of them and throw them in jail for thirty years. Don't tell me that doctors, and they're good people and don't call me. And tell me how it's helped you. I don't I'm not interested. I've read all those reports I want to hear reports from people of used any derivative of Barra. Wanna and got sick from it or got poisoned from it. Or is sure that it was not pure and devoid of THC, and you didn't want the high. You got from it gives you very happy being rational. You don't want to revert to what to an irrational, a state of mind, I picked up a newspaper. Call the epoch times in San Francisco. I'm going to read the articles. But one of them is very interesting. It's about millennials. I mean is bigger stories in that like Fukushima nuclear waste could be dumped and Pacific Ocean. Okay. I don't want that to happen. Now, I should say awake at night over that. Now. I lay awake is not enough laying awake. Having nightmares of Chinese army's overrunning my village. Now in the lay awake. Worrying about focus Shimin nuclear waste dumped into the Pacific Ocean. No, there's nothing I can do about it. After dilution tritium is released into the ocean. Not only for the nuclear power plants, but also from the reprocessing plants in the world already said nuclear engineer, Datta hero Katsura of major university. It's hard to remove tritium from nuclear plant effluent is a radio ethic radioactive isotope of hydrogen and like hydrogenic bond with oxygen to make water tritiated water, isn't that nice? So we have contaminants now going into the Pacific Ocean radio. So what do I do about it? So what can you do hitch a ride on insanity here? Then I was gonna ask you would you vote for Mark Zuckerberg? Are you kidding me? How does this schmuck thing? He can be president why because he has money. So I was gonna ask you, why would you not vote for Mark Zuckerberg? But I knew what would happen is you call me and tell me why you wouldn't vote for Mark Zuckerberg every day opened up the paper or a website. There's another celebrity wants to run for the presidency. Do you have any idea? How stupid they are? And how do you range they are and how drugged up they are to think that anyone would vote for them other than let's say their core following say, Michael Savage announced? He's running for the presidency. So let's say, yeah. I announced that I get like probably ten to fifteen million people would vote for me. I would get more people to vote from either Mark Zuckerberg. I have a track record in politics twenty two years in politics. They know where I stand. I.

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