35 Burst results for "Two Different Types"
What Do You Do When Someone Refuses to Get Help?
"That long discussion with father John Bacchus. Who said there are two types, people that really truly want help? And those people can be helped, and then there's a type that doesn't. And what do you do when someone insists on living in the streets? Refuses the care? Refuses to help. Refuses to leave. At that point, we, as a society, have to make a decision. And whatever you do, you'll be called cruel and heartless. And that's the dilemma.
What Would the Playback Be for Eliminating Large Portions of the Population?
"To eliminate a large portion of the population? What's so incredible to me is how close we are in historical terms, meaning not so far away from the intentional attempt to eliminate entire races of people. This is not just done by the national socialist Workers Party in the 1930s and 1940s in Germany, despicably and evil. But it's also attempt to be done by Mao Zedong and Joseph Stalin. If the 20th century told us anything, it told us a couple things as Alexander social needs and famously wrote in the gulag archipelago. He said that all of this was thanks to ideology. Now, Alexander social needs an reflected in the gulag archipelago, which I encourage you to read. He went into a deep reflection saying, what did I personally do that might have contributed to this great evil? It's very profound. And actually, that book was largely responsible for the downfall of the Soviet Union. There's another great book by Victor frankel, which is called man's search for meaning by writing that book he ended up starting a whole new psychological kind of school of thoughts called logo therapy. The will to meaning. Usually you have the will to power the will to pleasure. He says that we as humans have a moral obligation to have a will to meaning. Viktor frankl famously said in man's search for meaning there are only two types of people, the decent. And the indecent. We are so close to the committed and attempted elimination of entire groups of people. Why is it that anytime anyone says that the government might be trying to do that again, they're called a conspiracy theorist and you're not even allowed to talk about it. It's a very
Beto O'Rourke Steps Into Texas Gubernatorial Race Against Abbott in 2022
"The Democrats have an agenda to try to turn Texas blue. They keep saying it's going to turn blue. Big news today, beto o'rourke, he's back. Running for governor challenging Greg Abbott, let me get the dean of Texas talk show hosts responds to that big breaking news. For those who don't remember 2018, beto o'rourke came out of virtually nowhere in El Paso member of Congress and managed to excite enough Democrats that he came to within two and a half percentage points of Ted Cruz, our biggest conservative rockstar. That was 2018. This is three years later. What's different now? Well, one thing he's running for governor and not for the Senate, the other thing is three years of time passing. The questions become, does he still have the same kind of moths to a flame drawing power for Democrats that he had three years ago? I think the short answer to that is yes. Democrats are naturally thrilled by the notion of having a rockstar like beto, run for governor. But you know what other kind of group beto energizes? Conservative voters. Who for three years have had a good solid memory of how crazy he is on the Second Amendment. In deeply wrong he is on boarders and the economy. He is saddled with the albatross of Joe Biden in this gubernatorial race. And so in taking calls on the fly about it, this very morning, I found two types of voters who were stoked that beto is running. Democrats ready to vote for him? Republicans ready to vote against him, so the key question is going to be which is the larger group. I think beto finishes closer to Greg Abbott, presuming he's the nominee. He does have competition. He finishes closer to Abbott than any other Democrat would have, but do I think beto is going to be the next governor of Texas? I decidedly do
The Ruling Class Has Become So Disconnected From the 'Muscular' Class
"So there's two types of economic classes in America. And by the way, one is not necessarily better than the other, right? There's the muscular class, and then there's the zoom and Skype class, right? So I'm part of the zoom in Skype class, okay? That doesn't make me a better person. It just so happens. I was able to keep on doing my work in the midst of the lockdown without having to lift boxes or wear a mask all day long. But the people that actually run the country, which I think never got the credit they deserved quite honestly during the pandemic, are the people that worked at the Amazon fulfillment centers. The people that are police officers, the people that are our firefighters, the people that actually drove trucks and instead, you saw this growing disconnect of the people in charge, have this arrogance and this attitude almost as top down revolution like, oh, you work with your hands, you don't have a doctorate from Harvard, your DOM and your stupid, right? And so but we saw this bubbling up in a variety of different ways. And for those of us that look at the stuff really closely and are worried about these trends, we said, this is not sustainable. You can't declare war on the people that actually make your country run and act as if there won't be a backlash against that, right? It's like a steep on serving me food serfs and servants. And we'd always make jokes about it, you know when Nancy Pelosi would be out in Napa Valley and all of her donor Friends were maskless, right? And every single person serving food outdoors were wearing masks, right? And we saw that whether Obama's birthday party in Martha's Vineyard where, you know, we had to kind of watch all the videos of people that had to wear masks or masks, but they were a sophisticated vaccinated crowd. And we saw that some people call double standards or hypocrisy, it's not. It's hierarchy. It's people in charge I think they're actually better than you. So hypocrisy is like if you actually believe the rule or you say it and you do something else, these are people that actually think they're at a different level of
How Canary Speech Differs From Traditional Word-Based Models
"Our technology compared compared to historic approach. Historically, it began with the evaluation of word based things, classic example of the British novelist Agatha Christie and her plight through Alzheimer's, it's nice if you have 40 years of data to do analysis on, but it's not a practical way of approaching this. And word based analysis is difficult to control for education level, use of words, multiple languages across nations, not the withstanding various use of language throughout a single nation alone. So it's, while ASR is a nice, solid stable dataset, it's not a very useful dataset for doing analysis on things like anxiety stress depression. It's roughly practical for Alzheimer's, but even there it's very difficult to control. Canary speeches approach was to use a primary data layer, which is in fact used for ASR and NLP. But we use the primary data layer nearly exclusively. And from those features and biomarkers, we construct and train models, algorithms, which are independent, both language and other elements. Fundamentally how the central nervous system dries the creation of speech. And that allows us then to use a very rich set of data in a minute, hundreds of thousands of data points are. Used. We extract features in real time compare that to previous models and model sets that we have used. And today we're doing that in a. Newly launched system that utilizes the highest level of security available. We recently completed an external audit for penetration, vulnerability cysts and are finishing up soc two type one in the next
The Difference Between Two Types of Immigrants
"Very smart. You're the smartest people out there. Because I think you are able to distinguish between An Afghan interpreter. Who's worked side by side with a Marine. For several years. Trying to destroy the enemies. Who supported the attack on 9 11, as well as the enemies who support the overthrow. Of the Afghan government. We call them allies. We call them brothers in arms. The difference between that interpreter in somebody who comes across the border illegally, just because they can Do you see the distinction between the two Mr Producer Do you live in ICTs see the distinction between the two Well, how can we see it? And some other people don't You see the distinction between somebody Who has put their life on the line to work with us both out of their interest for their country and our country. In somebody who just wants to come to the United States. Because the borders open
The 7 Keys to Health & Longevity
"Back when i was You know in college. I actually went to usc to study study cells in petri jewish and there are you know i studied these lung cells. And there's two type along. Sales one is type. One cell that basically lines the long participates in gas exchange. Then there was the type to sell which like a stem cell that could turn into type one cells but it also helps secrete something called surfactant which keeps the lung moist. Well we studied how these cells behaved in a petri dish and we started to learn. Okay well when does this. One cell differentiate into another cell. How does this help behave well. When we started to change the nutrients in the medium. We started to behave different. We started to change the temperature. It's hard to shift its behavior. In terms of how rapidly divided which changed the light and it started to change so turns out what determines the behavior or the state of a cell is not actually the dna. But it's actually all the energetic environment that's around that terms how the cell behaves and that. Dna's constantly listening again moment to moment with all that energetic environment right and what controls that environment everything because you dna's constantly listening but to learn everything and there's an infant amount of things that affects ourselves is going to help you or me but there are actually seven main things. In the book sleep nutrition movement emotional stress mastery relationships in purpose our thoughts and mindset those seven things is the eighty twenty rule or the ninety ten rule as to whether or not you can be in the thrive state which gives you access to optimal health longevity performance. Or if your cells think you're in stress because you haven't mastered those seven things. They think that you're in actually stress dangerous state. That's when inflammation increases immunity decreases. That's when you have chronic symptoms. That's when you get chronic disease this totally supports the studies on jeopardy. Where they'll they'll notice that you know people in this particular part of the world live on average ten or fifteen or even twenty years longer than people in this part of the world. it must be the genetics. Then they'll do. They'll follow their offspring. That move to a different part of the world within one generation their life span matches the place that they live
How to Get a Great Podcast Coach
"I used to play a little bit. I don't know if you know this. But i used to play a bit. In the online business will actually have gone online business. we captive but he's podcasting software as service sas as we call. And what. I'm talking about when i say i used to play in the online business. World is that i used to be around people who've got online businesses but sell things that are a little bit less. I guess developmental. You know the sort of thing course. Mastermind of course coaching. And it's a nice space to live in but it's pretty hard to scale now look at any online business person who sells those things. The smart ones diversify into other more sustainable revenue channels in the mall. Suppose the mall. Blink could ones try to just keep filling the funnel of new clients all up selling to current clients like yourself. Maybe the you know work with someone they keep trying to sell you stuff and i talked last week about why. That might not be great for you. But last week. I talked about how to spot the red flags in podcast coach and really is a distinction between these two types of people. So i taught you about those those red flags. Okay but how do you start to identify a good podcast coach. Well let me give you my take on number one. This is what they do. Okay this is what they do the thing that they are selling to you. They do every day themselves so for some online business people. Coaching is aware to support their income or bridge. Financial gap is the lowest hanging fruit when it comes to making money because they've already got the scalable and saleable knowledge and all. They've got to do his package. It up into something. That's clearly positioned marketed and pretty easily understood him. Then by creating some content like a podcast on youtube channel and some blockbuster rank on google by creating that content that then positions demos just enough of an expert so that they can papa lead magnet on their website. That might sound like how. I started my podcast in just three minutes. Get my exact play about now. And then what they do. Is they warm you with some emails that they can make some sales. They can sell you on it okay. There's nothing wrong with that. That's how it works after all but as a podcast you don't want someone who uses coach into bolsa their revenue and to keep themselves afloat enough to do the thing that they really want to do. No no you need. A coach does coach in for a living someone who lives breathes and lives podcast in who focuses on maintaining their knowledge in industry and building quality deep depresses for their podcast. Coaching endeavors now. Suppose the easiest way to articulate. This is to just get yourself to answer this question. Ask yourself this. Would you rather work with podcasting expert. Who coaches or coach an expert who has decided to coach on podcasting. Because he's trendy.
Does Getting the Vaccine Cause You to Test Positive for COVID-19?
"Does getting the vaccine causes you to test positive for cove. The short answer is no. The two types of test used to detect active cove. Nineteen infection is the p. She our test. And the rapid antigen test. These are both viral tests. They test for active infection. I had one of those yesterday. Because when i knew i was coming to dallas to be in a hospital i wanted to make sure just one hundred percent i mean and i'm vaccinated but i wanted to since i was going to be in a hospital setting with my son who is in the hospital after surgery for a terrible car accident. He was in yesterday. And thanks again for the notes and the prayers and the warm wishes. But i had. I got a negative rapid test. They're both viral tests. They test for active infection. But again in a you could test positive on some antibody tests. That's the point of the vaccine to develop antibodies to cove nineteen. But the short answer is you will not test positive for cova died after being vaccinated.
Using AI vs Content Creators For Newsletter Content
"I am ben amazed and ensuring you have to in the past year. The advanced. That have happened within ai. And i met with a fabio and it was really impressive to me that they are creating content. Be a not people. Writing is a hundred percent. Ai created and that notion that you can create in that way versus staggering as second as you read it and you go through all of the different newsletters that they have. It is absolutely impressive. Yeah i mean. I think that the artificial intelligence ability to understand signals in data is obviously something that humans can't compete with looking at the data. You can collect out of a social media network. How many times somebody tweets who that person is. What is the responsiveness of their audience to that content those all create data signals. And you essentially package up that information to figure out what is the most interesting content on the flip side. There's another model which i mentioned earlier. Brian lead up from the sounds. Profitable podcast something that i follow which is following the ad tech in the podcast industry. Somebody's got to create the content themselves. And that's an example of a creator pouring blood sweat and tears over an industry that they want so at some point you have to have the subject matter experts to filter so the answer is probably we need both. We need creators to create content than than we need artificial intelligence to sort through all the crap to figure out what's good to deliver it to the right person and the artificial intelligence is also creating the content it gets reinforcement by who is clicking on. What and figuring out. What kind of content should be sorted at wax. that there is no editor at essentials. At bobbio there are people who run the business people sales etc but it is a i within creative entity so the machines are taking over and they're creating the content now is this I think that there's two types of content. There is a link roundup. Hey we've gone through the internet. We've we figured out what the biggest best links are. We're gonna package those up and send them in a newsletter and that provides value because we're filtering through all the crap to bring you our audience the content that you want. That's why you subscribe to the newsletter. The part that's the most interesting. You don't need a writer to
Why Makers Struggle to Get Things Done
"I read a line the other day. That i keep thinking about its from wendell berries novel hannah coulter that. I have been quoting a lot from lately. Here's the line. People are living as if they think they're in a movie. They're all looking in one direction toward a better place and what they see is no thicker than a screen. What they see is no thicker than a screen. I'd love to know what wendell berry had mind when he wrote that or rather what the character. Hannah had in mind when she thought it. But i deeply resonated with it. Even though i can't fully explain why. And maybe that's part of what i'm noticing myself over the last several months i'm resonating with a lot of things and holding pieces and parts fragments and flotsam. I'm collecting but i'm not arranging. And i like the collecting collecting as good and necessary collecting as part of what i do. I collect stories. I collect ideas images. Conversations beauty poetry and quotes but collecting is not. Creating collecting is not making to speak plainly. Y'all it's been a minute since i've made stuff and that is true. With two small exceptions one exception is actually this podcast for four years. These ten to fifteen minute podcast episodes have kept me sane crafting something with a bit of a slant something to help create space for your soul and mind to take a breath before we make our next move. I've loved doing this. I will love continuing to do this. But it's not very much content every week. Second as maybe silly as it sounds posts on instagram. Or something that i have continued to create. I don't post every day. But i do post every week and those small squares photos images and captions are form of making for me these days. Sometimes it's the only form. I get do right privately. And of course that counts too but it's inconsistent at best and i hope you don't hear this as a complaint but just a statement of the fax in two thousand nine paul. Graham wrote an excellent essay called schedule managers schedule every now and then i pull it up to read to remind myself no. I'm not crazy. And i haven't lost my creative edge. I've just become accustomed to working in a manner that is directly opposite from how i'm wired now if you've never read the essay. Here's the gist. Paul graham writes that there are basically two types of schedules amaker schedule and a manager schedule. Here's a quote directly from essay. The manager schedule is for bosses. It's embodied in the traditional appointment book with each day cut into one hour intervals. You block off several hours for a single task if you need to but by default you change what. You're doing every hour when you use time that way. It's merely a practical problem to meet with. Someone finds an open slot in your schedule. Book them and you're done
Pulling Back the Curtain on the Female Orgasm
"Briefly go over some issues women face when it comes to difficulty orgasm. We've discussed before psychological issues like low self esteem poor body image or something like anxiety or an eating disorder at can affect sexual performance ability to orgasm. There are medical issues. Like denia niceness and difficulty producing lubrication to name a few a at twenty t analysis identified some top factors in sexual dysfunction relationship problems stress mental health issues. Poor physical health. Genetic urinary issues. Such as pelvic pain a history of abortion a history of female genital mutilation sexual abuse being religious. Perhaps due to sexual shame and stigma so the nelson's found that things like communication positive body image exercise. Masturbation can help improve sexual dysfunction. Some people experience depression sadness shame irritability crying self-loathing etc after orgasm achieved consensual pleasurable sex things. Like post-coital trustees or coil destroyer. Some studies suggest over half of women have experienced post-coital foia or cd at least once in a recent survey found that it often is linked more to one realistic expectations than underlying medical condition. Yes And this is kind of related to the petite more or the little death which is used to describe the unconsciousness people. Some people experience after orgasmic. Likening it to death and something. I've just learned about an experience and foolishly did an experiment to test for research for this episode and it took me out a whole day are sex are orgasm but overall i am so these intense headaches that occurred during or after sexual arousal. They can be short-lived or lasts a few hours a couple of days about three days. They're pretty rare and men are more likely to experience them than women. If you are someone who suffers from migraines you're more likely to experience them as well. There are two types orgasmic headache. Which is intense throbbing pain during her after orgasm or sexual benign headaches. Which are these headaches. That build during sexual arousal the kinda guy come from the and then go up some experience both at once and they can be A one time thing or happening clusters of risk six. Twelve month period. Some people have said they're around for life They happen because of muscle contractions and or a spike in blood
"two different types" Discussed on Marsha's Plate: Black Trans Podcast
"Just a daily hit mark for me. It was i Because the woman who will say that is not the woman who was saying. I wanted you to be the man of the house. Those are two different types of women to me. that's that's true totally different types of mentality. yes and while people can have a shift in that. Un going from this that right. That's not what happened as she definitely you know and that might have been manipulation. You know our her part you know trying to kinda play at. She did say. Can we come a compromise near we can we i am uncompromising you know we can't come out i can't turn it down. You know this talented might no no lake and i really loved the way electric said you know. She said you know i do all this. I live my life. This way to you know like up is what how i want to live my life like you know i wanna keep pushing it and you know i. I really love that. Because i think in a lot of ways many of us will try to turn our. We'll try like meet ourselves for people that we love you know as to not disrupt whatever the hell they got going on and you know which leads to a lot of turmoil in you know on us. You know trying to our shit. I remember trying real hard to not walk with a switch. I don't do it purposely. Just one day. I hit hip some and it was. It was moving alpo. Our try to like be a little robot as not let anything jiggle shake wobble like. Hang austin that is. It's exhausting to be thinking about how you're walking down the hallway in school. How you're walking around the house every minute every state like i remember there was even a point where i just i would try to live with making his little moves possible because i was worried about if i get up and i walk the good. Sharpen the fucking pencil. Somebody say something about things movement. La hake a newest coming so.
How To Know If Your Breakup Is Real Or Fake
"This week i want to talk about how to know if you're break-up is real or fake yes. There are two different types of breakup real ones and fake ones. Hopefully yours is a fake one. Usually they're not. But you have a much better chance again. You're back if it is a fake bake break-up because of course they really don't want to break up with you. It is eight manipulation and there are two types of manipulative fake breakup. There are the good kind of the bad kind. I don't sound strange. The good manipulation and the bad manipulation so the goodman manipulation would be and you sheets women that have to do this with guys to wake them up where they feel like. They're being taken for granted the non appreciated and so they just okay. That's it it's over and they're hoping that he will miss them and realize what she brings their life and come running back and say no. Please don't break up with me. So that would be one example of fake break-up that is for good purposes to wake up so he'll see what he's going to lose what he's going to be missing out on if they're not together. The bad manipulation is if someone feels like they're losing control over you the feel powerless and they're trying to get that power back and so they do the fake break of the go go's over and they hope that you'll deny no. Don't go with me. please stop onto. I'll do anything. And then they have the power
"two different types" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"I promise, at least for the next couple, but I said, put it in five lead an hour with the PGA Tour. You did for sure. No DJ Championship. Obviously the PGA Tour also. But you know what I mean. I got you all eyes on the leader board. Something big happens. We'll let you know. All right. I don't particularly think that now I'm gonna flip roles here because we're gonna play something from Julian Edelman. And I don't particularly think that this is a big deal. No, By the way, I don't either be okay. I'm bringing this up for a reason. I wanted to lead the show with this for a reason. Okay, so go ahead. All right, so On Michael Irvin's podcast, which has made some news the last week. So we played a couple things from Michael's pot, which is no surprise because he's Michael Irvin. He's got a podcast. But Adelman was on and he spoke at length about the pressure. On obviously Michael China as well on on Mack Jones it and how it extends from not just Mack Jones, but also onto Bill Belichick. Give it a shot. Listen, he needs to have that I write is not just this is not just hiss his legacies carries Karen Building was Buil. Don't take first round quarterbacks and he took him now. What are you going to do? What are you going to do this kid? It's not easy playing in New England, especially after Tom Brady. If he gets the opportunity and beats out the other guys, you know, this ain't gonna be easy. This town is tough. This town is mean. This town is blue collar Boston people. The New England people they're used. They want winning. They're used to that in all sports, right? Right. We're gonna have a lot of pressure. Go ahead. Take Yes. So here's Here's why I bring this up. So we know that no matter who you are, how you played in college, where you get drafted matters like this. Not just because of the infrastructure around the player. Offensive line skill position players, right? Dak Prescott is 100, plus million dollar quarterback right now, because he got drafted to the right spot in Dallas, right? The Cowboys had an elite run game. Zika Elliott, who led the league in rushing and would have let it for two years straight in a row if he hadn't been suspended for the beginning of a second year, had a great offensive line. So Dak Prescott was in a prime position. Tau learn the game and not have to have it all on him, right. It was perfect position for him. He was taking them. Let's take another pretty situation. Baker Mayfield Baker Bay Field was Don't know. He was great as a a rookie Those 12 games that he played, and then he kind of struggled a little bit. But then he started the easiest way back. And now he's like a baller that pick up this 50 year option. Baker Mayfield feels Like the perfect quarterback for Cleveland, because he's got that little up and down and get greedy. Gonna have an attitude that he feels like the perfect quarterback for cleaning. So even if he's not in league, even if he's not a top five guy what you think? Well, of course not. And probably probably not. Probably not even a top 10 guy he feels right for Cleveland. Correct. All right, So now let's get to Julian Edelman's comments on Mack Jones in the New England Patriots. And, to an extent, he's right, obviously you you're replacing or trying to replace the legend. 19 years six championships got the nine Super Bowls. I mean, he was the man Tom Brady was in New England and Bill Belichick as they were talking about on if you caught that part of it, our audience they were talking about Bill Belichick never drafting quarterbacks in the first round, so Mack Jones as a first round quarterback. Some pressure on him, and so I step back, and I'm like, All right, is Matt Joe Does it fit him right? First of all, is it the perfect situation situation really like Offensive line, possibly skill position, guys. Probably not. Probably not a competition with Cam two different types of schemes that they're going to. Probably not good division. Good, like all of those things, all of the on field things I look at it. I'm like a guy that doesn't really suit Mag Jones real well if he ends up He's either kind of quarterback That's going to be okay. When the opposing team comes in. I heard this analogy today. Beatty was gonna call the buddy of mine from Boston, he said. This when I went to New York following the Red Sox and people in the in the Yankees fans were boo and they were like Boo Red Sox Boo. Yeah, if that's all they were, But when when the Yankees would come the Boston right, the Yankees now go to Boston. They would say Derek Jeter has a STD. Whatever they would be more specific, but you know what I mean. Like it was. It was like brutal It was it was specific. It was it was gritty and grimy and mean and all those other things, and so I say to myself, this Mack Jones fit that. You see that type of quarterback? And is this personality gonna mesh with this? Like this? This this massive fan base that is intense and mean and ugly. Is it fit? And I want to say no, I so I want to agree with Julian Edelman. But then I look at what Mack Jones did in Alabama, where he was a baller, by the way, had one of the great college football seasons in the history of college football for quarterback and won a national championship for a gritty, tough. I don't know the elite team. Down in Alabama work quite honestly didn't feel like he belonged. No, it didn't nonsense till he played not till he played and so and so I have to draw on his history as as that and say. Julian Edelman might have a point, but I put my money on Mack Jones being the guy that can fit into Boston despite not having the ideal situation around him. Okay, There's a lot there. Here's what I take away from that. You know, the whole the whole Yankee Red Sox thing. It did flip it one point the venom and it was far more venomous, far nastier before from Boston Tea, the Yankees. What, until the until the Red Sox won the World Series like that was that was anger. That was despair. Decade. That was jealousy. That was everything and it got ugly, right? First of all, I think that I look at Mack Jones and, you know, forget about well, actually, you can encompass every quarterback to wrap it around one. Is Trevor Law and again, That looks mean nothing to me. But Trevor Laurence, I'm talking about field, So I got you just Trevor Laurence Feel like a Boston quarterback. To me. The answer is no long hair like a southern quarter of the boy or West Coast or absolute or West Coast kid..
"two different types" Discussed on Women's Health By Heather Hirsch
"You're going to be getting 'em are is presumably an mammograms and you may have already thought about what you might do in terms of surgery to risk reduce so. That's one thing that you could do. A lot of women also will consider having their uterus removed at the time of their ovaries removed. Now this is a big personal decision should not be discussed without talking to your surgeon. Who's going to do the surgery. And i don't wanna give any kind of medical advice on the podcast but i will say that women choose all sorts of options here and some women will say well from taking my over his out. I'm not going to be using my uterus. I can take estrogen. Only if i have my universe removed and i have a fibroid anyways or etc cetera. I will just take both of them out in some women. Do choose to do that. And they can then take stern only because they've chosen to dig out their uterus to help again more risk reduction and also just because that makes the most sense for them medically and surgically another option that i used to really use a lot is due of a and the only reason i used to is because do avai is not currently available so just really interesting educational tidbit here. Do avai is a medication. That is made up of two different types of medications. It's conjugated equine. Estrogen and beza doxa. Phen- baby doc. Safina's term selective. Estrogen receptor agonists antagonists at the mouth full. But it's a cousin of tamaki sutphin and to mock sutphin. Many of you know is used to reduce the risk of recurrence of breast cancer or reduce the risk of breast cancer in general so because the baby doxygen has some same properties as the tamakwe thin it means it sort of blocks estrogen at the breast tissue but it also has trajan in it. That was a really nice option for some of my patients who were post op from that. Risk reduction bilateral directa me. That's a medical term for having both of your ovaries removed but it is no longer.
"two different types" Discussed on ILOVETOWATCHYOUPLAY.COM
"That have been proven empirically or research wise evidence based approaches again. It depends on the type of concussion. Vestibular therapy for stabler problems. Motor therapy for ocular. Motor is stuff so that would be like the yet but there's a lot more to it than that two different types of ocular motor issues that happen. You got to target the right thing. But you know there's a lot of physical therapies vistula therapy Therapy exertion therapy. We actually work people out here. That are symptomatic. Have very good success. Treating people through working out in specific ways depends on where the injury breaking down. There's also medications if we need it but behaviorally. We have very good approaches to this. We have psychotherapy and cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety medications. If we need to do that so there are. We have randomized controlled trials that we're doing now extensively looking at proving. The efficacy of these treatments were having very good outcomes on those aren't ts and so that's where the field needs to move to is. Show me the data and and that's what we're doing. It's exciting at that. It is exciting now to newer treatments. That i've recently read about it kind of a love to hear your thoughts on them. One is around Cooling than the neck and head And then another is around using bright. Light therapy Do you do you have any thoughts or Neither of those have been proven empirically to work for this There's there's a a scant as a little bit of literature on severe ti and cooling. And and there's some spotty research that shows us the fact that what we're talking about patients in and you know with severe traumatic brain injury. The not concussed patients. There is no evidence suggests cooling is going to help with concussion in any way shape or form and i certainly wouldn't recommend that for patients the same goes for bright light therapy There's no can well controlled studies showing that it's going to be effective or not.
3 Low Cost Ways to Improve Your Team
"Often in business. You get to a point where you're just not growing as fast as you used to. You can't really innovate. You can't really improve your product or service or improve your marketing your sales or your copy without the right expertise. You need to start hiring. But we're going to get them money. If things are tight you have a limited budget if your profits are small so i want to share with you. Some of the things have worked in my business or businesses in the basque. And there's two types of strategies there's improving your business externally and improving internally meaning that i'm gonna prove by getting some help from outside that's external or internal meaning. I'm going to work with what i have with the team. I have with the teammates. That i right now have in my company. So let's just get the external one out of the way because a lot of people think man hiring is expensive. I have on my. Pnl she and you're not wrong okay. one of the biggest reasons why people don't make a profit is because their payroll is too high because they have too many people on staff often salaries are the most expensive costs on your piano. So what you wanna do is mitigate that cost. There are so many other options than just hiring somebody fulltime or even on an hourly basis there are certain positions that you can hire without even paying them for example sales and commission based positions. You need somebody to sell your product and when they make a sale they get a commission so they're basically like a hyper affiliate they can do your webinars for you. They can do. Your sales calls can even work on optimizing your sales pages and your funnels only really need to do is just sort of identifier when they make a sale so when they actually close the sale with a customer. It's pretty easy. They know the customer they spoke to. They closed that sale. They get a commission. If they're working on selling a sales funnel you can create a utm link or an affiliate links so you can track if they came via them.
Imperiled Freshwater Turtles Are Eating Plastics
"What happened is i started cutting open. These specimens that had been preserved sitting in the same collection for five or six years. And i just started took a dribble cut off. The shell opened up. You know looked at the stomach. Contents and i was shocked to find that in the ten animals that i looked at two of those animals had plastics in their stomach. Gregg polly's original plan was to compare the diets of western pond turtles. Native to the creeks of the uc davis meriem with those of redbeard sliders that have been introduced but that all changed when the herpetologist from the urban nature research center at the natural history museum of los angeles county began to look inside the sliders. And then suddenly. I thought oh man. There's a much bigger story here. Which is that. they're ingesting plastics. And we know almost nothing about plastic ingestion freshwater turtles we know. It's a huge issue marine turtles. But no one's looking at this and freshwater turtles. Plastic ingestion has been reported over and over again in each of the world's seven types of sea-turtles. But there is another three hundred and fifty two types of turtles and only five studies have ever concerned themselves with plastic ingestion in those species. That's despite the fact that more than half of all turtle species are considered threatened with extinction. Turtles are among the most imperilled groups of animals on earth freshwater turtles around the world are declining in. So you're not in a researchers aren't going out in euthanizing turtles and putting them into the museum collections on a regular basis. You know we do that for lots of other species but we're not people are going to be doing it fraternals because it's just not the right thing to do from a conservation perspective.
"two different types" Discussed on Talking Junk
"And then some accident fully wet as so what. I am determined. I'm sixty six years old. You know my determination young. Yeah you go there you go. You know what one wretched won't be back like. I work when a teenager yet. Oh yeah the room you go get on that right okay. So how the stallion and utilization of of that energy So i don't have a pound pound. You know i can still be gentle but i know that i can lack that. I'm you know that. I'm bear as as as before you know or to call performance anxiety. I don't know what was going back. Functional no so That's another big issue with erectile dysfunction hormonal call quarter saw and quarter is the flight or fight among stress. Okay The bills up in us When we went through something You know she yell at us dickhead. Is you know they fucking with you. You put the on them right now. What caused it's a restriction. You know cats and keep it in us. It blocks the natural flow of blood and assassin grown and know the different hormones that we need to function you know and just restrictions so we have to learn how to breathe the detoxing. All those The cortisol out of us and just wanted to things that of program emphasizes now. What do you mean by detox. Well there are. Two different types of in detox. Is the detox. The body because no the call The the heavy metals and sex hormone binding gablers they They multiply we giving and frankly grow they. Just multiply bay. They feed themselves and multiply or wine right and when they when they build up. What they do is rob us of the nutrients because they need new survived to and as they build up and grow they become strong stronger than natural qualities.
Love and Why Intimacy Matters
"Love and why intimacy matters. What does intimacy matter when it comes to love. And what is intimacy while lemme. I look at how the dictionary defines intimacy. The oxford dictionary defines intimacy as close familiarity of friendship. A closeness togetherness there an affinity a report on attachment familiarity on the other hand intimacy also is defining terms other than just physical attachment in different specific types of intimacy. The first one is emotional. Intimacy the kind you have when you're able to share your feelings emotions and thoughts. Sometimes this can be hard to do our due to trust issues or how long you have known the person or if you're even someone who is able to share and be vulnerable to someone else. The second type of intimacy is intellectual intimacy. And this happens when you are able to talk about different points of view in topics without becoming. Oh creating conflict I think this is the achieved when both people in the relationship see themselves in as individuals with salad. Important points of view. The third type of intimacy is experiential. And this is where you begin to have certain experiences that become your own your memories together the things you have done together mid this is like when you look at a couple and you see them looking at each other and they have. That looked no worse. have to be spoken. Something about their journey has made them know each other well enough and it's a sharing that only they can understand. The fourth is a spiritual intimacy for some. It is the sharing of certain religious experiences. But also what would be considered spiritual such as yoga. Meditation quiet time together stargazing waiting for the sun to rise therefore into intimacy is important to love because in my opinion. Love has to have all this. This doesn't mean that every area is equally the same in every relationship and therefore love is not real. It's just means that we should be able to have at least some parts of each of these parts of intimacy in a loving and caring relationship. I believe that love is less than perfect and each of us are on a journey and that we can grow and learn from each other and that this is more or less how love works well for now remember that although life may bring you many storms love always
The History of Animal Trials
"According to author ep evans in the criminal persecution and capital punishment of animals. There were two types of animal. Trials are strengthen and their process. Their straw phin were for capital crimes. Which would warrant the death penalty. I e homicide usually committed by pigs horses and other larger domesticated animals which were presided. Over by a secular tribunal. Their processor were judicial proceedings in ecclesiastical courts against vermin like rats mice locusts and weevils the object being to spell the vermin from the orchards. Vineyards and croplands. They were eating by means of exile extra schism or excommunication in sixteen fifty. Four sentences were handed down against of locusts in a spanish obvious. Santamaria the last sentence calling for the locusts excommunication and in order for them to leave the region in the next fourteen hours bishop alonzo de madrid excommunicated another plague of locusts condemning them to confinement in a cave and a bishop in cordova excommunicated a flock of swallows that had set up shop inside their parish. These were at best here. Eric victories just to make the people feel better. While evans's book lists nearly two hundred such cases the animals in their process cases never really seemed bothered by the ruling domestic animals. Barely listen to us. What do we expect. The wild wants to do either way. It was thought to be important that the animals have day in court. Why not just exterminate the offending critters. We're pretty good at that. Since even weevils and rats were considered god's creatures the destruction they caused must also have been part of the plan so destroying them would be an act against god's will but if the animals were tried in a church court and excommunicated or otherwise condemned then it was kind of okay for example in the fourteen eighties. The cardinal bishop of autun in france ruled against some slugs that were ruining the estate grounds under his purview. Ordered that for three days announcements be made to the slugs that they were to leave the area or be cursed. They didn't leave so it was game on for the gardeners to get rid of them. On purely legal side of things were the cases against livestock typically for murder. Apparently pigs are just mad for murder at least when it comes to humans and most cases involved them eating the victim whole or in part. This was a time when both animals and children might freely roam through fields and streets and accidents did happen. Pigs may not eat everything as people think but they will taste everything and god help you. If they find out your made of meat it reminds me of a bit from zora. Neale hurston story where the family sow gets into the kitchen where toddlers zora is alone and her mother panics. Even though the sal was less interested in eating. Mrs hurston baby than the other way around evans describes one fairly typical case from thirteen. Seventy nine in which two herds of swine were feeding together. When suddenly three pigs became agitated and charged the swine. Master's son who died from his injuries. All of the pigs from both herds were tried and fort after due process of law were condemned to death on appeal. All but the three instigating piggies were later pardoned. The courts really do seem to have put effort to try animals in the same way they would humans which is less woke than it. Sounds when you remember how readily the death sentence was handed out in those days. I've never tried to hang a pig. But given their incredibly muscular necks. I imagine it doesn't go easily. Also high ranking in the crimes animals could be charged with was bestiality. Although those cases were usually known to go in the animals favor both the human and the animal might be put to death but sometimes the case could be made that the animal was not at fault as it didn't consent to participate in the act so it wasn't punished if they were convicted. The animal might actually be imprisoned with the human who got them in the mess in the first place. In those cases the owner of the animal was charged for the animals care and feeding as a sort of second hand punishment for as much as. I'd like to say that animal. Trials are brutish fossil symbolic of a decayed era gratefully forgotten and i've got stickers for anyone who can identify that movie quote without googling it cases persistently pop up even in more recent times in tennessee in nineteen sixteen. An elephant named. Mary murdered her trainer. The strangest verse of the cell block tango ever and was hanged with crane in nigeria. In two thousand nine a goat was arrested. After a mob of vigilantes told police it was a shape shifting car thief no word on how that case turned out of all the creatures critters and creepy crawlies that plagued late medieval france. None could hold a candle to the weevil ricochets artists not to be confused with the palmetto. Weevil rinca forests fabricius the largest weevil species. You might say are. Eras is the lesser of two evils. Working the first complaint against the insects was made by a group of grape growers in fifteen forty five which resulted in a proclamation for the public to atone for their sins in hopes that the weevils would leave and it worked a generation later though the weevils returned and the town was forced to take them to court lawyer. Antoine filial was appointed the weevils public defender after all. It's hard to carry cash in carapace. So they reason. The weevils wouldn't be able to pay for representation feel argued that his clients had been placed on earth by god along with the food that they needed to survive. And it wasn't the bugs fault at that food happened to belong to some local farmers. The prosecution who i will picture being played by sam waterston and his glorious eyebrows contended that animals are meant to be subordinate to man and the weevils towing the line. The villagers believed their sins. Brought the pests. But the pests were part of god's plan but but humans are supposed to have dominion over animals so they should be able to do with them as they darn well please this back and forth. Stalemate is the central theological paradox of animal trials. Maybe i'll recast the da as linus roache.
After 10 years of war, 'heart breaking to see suffering of Syrians
"Joining you and uses mr had regional humanitarian coordinator for the syria crisis. Welcome mr head. We meet on the tenth anniversary of the syrian war. Describe what the un is doing for. Ordinary syrians are still code up in this war. Although it's no fault of their own thank you very much. thank you for having. It's unfortunate that after ten years. They knotted nations still having to provide humanitarian assistance to millions of people in in syria between displaced people between bellevue. Jeez between people who lost livelihoods. It's very unfortunate. I myself was a country that in syria before the crisis started and i never imagined that after ten years of conflict i will still be working as a humanitarian worker. Providing aid to the to the people syria who has been affected affected by ovulation. This year we estimate that approximately more than thirteen point seven million people who are who would be in need of humanitarian assistance. And he had. I mean the variety of the human humanitarian assistance is assistance is like you need the entire dropdown menu of humanitarian humanitarian assistance. For those people inside syria we are the suffering of the people women children and that it's really hard at the heartbreaking for somebody who works in the humanitarian field but also for somebody who worked in syria and syria before the conflict started. Let alone for somebody who comes from the region. It's really heartbreaking to see the situation in syria and how this country now the people of this country the syrian people are facing oldest challenges and built situations mr. Do what can concerned people listening to this interview to help you. End until the people of syria to survive the ongoing conflict until some political fountain. Fighting as you like you said what is needed now is a ticket solution. And let's be clear about the end of the crisis is what everybody wants. Not only in syria but in the region and entire world people can make a difference. Everybody can make a difference. There are two types of interventions people can do first of all. We need to make sure that politicians apply pressure politicians who have influenced countries who have influenced governments influence apply pressure on all warring parties in in syrian factions to make sure that they put their weapons aside and sit on a table. Starting talking about t start talking about the best interest of the people. It's time to put the interest of the people before any other interest. What is more important now is. The people is the future of the syrian people and the future of syria as as a country. In addition to that of course until solution is found there is no alternative to that humanitarian support to the people as i said. Millions and millions of syrian people need need different type of protection and a lot of The platforms lot of ways to donate money. So the world food program to unisom f- Other other agencies ngos that is this is the time really to stand by the syrian people to show them that. It's not only the not alone in this in this world. That are not alone. This conflict there are people who care that. Our common values between the people in syria and people in the states that people in europe japan australia and africa and all continents. This is very important to make. Sure that the syrian people are supported with Through this
"two different types" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"Good question. Yeah thanks guys. thanks jim you got. I feel like Do you think some people misinterpret demonic activity for eagle activity. Can you define that question term. Yeah yeah absolutely You hear so many counters people talking about with the experience and lots of always call a demonic. But do do they. Absolutely no it's demonic okay. I was trying to get it. Because i was trying to understand your saying demonic and evil evil to monica up and things or some In some cultures not. That's at the now. I get to see where you're coming from Do only take i demonic and evil. I think a lot of times. People are miscued militias manipulate spirit as being able spirit. That is not the case. There are two different types of entities Now will also say this. I think a lot of people are on this misunderstanding demonic because there is evil demonic then what people perceive demonic because. They don't understand what they're witnessing and what they're going through As a possibility again we're gonna go back to alien and my theories. perhaps Some of these creatures that people's demons are not demons at all i think they're possibility of ended dimensional energies scares Humanoid humanoids some humans But of life form Some of them are like us. You know their spirits. Maybe how if we've gotta be foolish to think that there's not life outside of her. So what if some of those alien spirits are trapped here on or on this plane. How do we know because you know if you were put in a hostile environment on another planet together. How would you act when you act like a child. You don't really know the language you don't know how to act you don't know what the right thing say is you don't know where to go. What makes them any different than us. What makes them you know. Be here and we think it's demonic when all is alien spirit or entity. That's my as far as alien.
"two different types" Discussed on Waiting In Queue
"Types oh wallowed. Because mike. your doesn't work. I think i did pretty good job of naming would if you ask me Home and holy cow okay. We'll go types of lumber because that is what you would use to build floor fluorine you would build flooring or assembly or place it. You build the floor right. You don't assemble the floor. Assembling would be like if you used like like that. I feel like we assembled that right. 'cause it's places right. Yeah so you would be building the floor if used lumber. that'd be like the foundation but then like that would be the floor though it's not true you can use lumbers for sure you can. Old barns used lumber. That's how that's everything i mean. Not everybody used it. Yeah i think lame initiative cheaper modern way of doing it but people still use lumber. So you'd be building right. I guess at that point yes. You'd be constructing it. I can't i just want a list of would you need to get the would. It would get the what. I don't want images a list of woods wikipedia boy. Are you guys in for a treat. So obviously i already knew this. There's two different types of what it's called software hardwood da or he who doesn't know that So i said. I said i didn't say cedar. Cyprus i said for so so under for there's like four different woods. Do i need to name all those woods to. Yes oh name everwood. I don't even think this is every would white cedar suji did you pine yet. I did say pine ash been aspen. Aspen there's big tooth aspen european aspen quacking. Aspen flex look like from canada canada. Wow welcome to the podcast man. We talked on lumber. We're gonna waiting on lumber where we talk about but walker and how to build and construct and assemble.
"two different types" Discussed on Podcast Help Desk
"Hit play to you it streaming but that's not streaming that's a progressive download or it's playing while it's downloading downloading through a link in the rss feed to wherever that files hosted. And that's you know that's the thing. Is that file is still being downloaded. It's not streamed in in the way that like radio station streams their programming. Or you know a you know where it's something on demand streaming this isn't exactly streaming. But that's not what i'm talking about when i'm talking about when when i say there's two different types of apps you look at spotify amazon Stitcher and there's a myriad other ones like that that means you have to be connected to the internet to listen because if you're not connected to the internet you can't listen because it's not downloading wall. It's playing its streaming from an internet source and if you don't have internet can't stream it so that's the beauty of the traditional rss pod catcher podcast app format you know..
"two different types" Discussed on Kink Buffet
"Throw up so that to me is another Another layer to this. Because i am going deeper into my submission. I am releasing control of my body functions and that includes throwing up tom. Most people don't even like the gagging so getting past that is all mental and this this is another layer to the. Why is it bedia sam. Because we'll let's explain this to. It's okay because this is gonna sound unusual to people even even people who like rough sex and who are kinky. A lot of them the throwing up is crosses a line not align. Were like an immoral line. But it's something they don't wanna do well and it's not our goal. We're not just turned on by puke. Know if somebody was getting sick and bathroom we're not going to be in the next stall masturbating from or something but it's it's not bad at all. It is is the involuntary reaction. It's the physical evidence that you've been pushed my it's akin to ejaculation are female squirting like it's you can see it therefore becomes more real in a sense and i'd like one of the things i like is because you are the perfect submissive to me. You're not perfect not perfect. But you're the perfect submissive to me is whenever you do something that goes past a certain point that other people wouldn't do that makes me feel more loved more attractive more handsome more dominant morning. You know what. I'm saying because you are doing this thing that the last person wouldn't do i mean even vanilla people will get this if they have a part of the likes to be fucked in the ass and their their wife didn't it and makes you feel that person desires you more appreciate the yeah level of giving. Yeah right there. And that's that's a big deal. Yeah we i mean i mean. We've we've messed up more hotel room beds. I'm sorry by the way and we tip well whenever we have to pull a sheet often covered in vomit. We we we up and there's even times we'll actually even stop and clean up at the moment. There's other times we keep going depends on. Well here's a big one about throwing up. There's two different types of throwing up right. Okay there is the you know. I just drank a bottle of gatorade. And oh it's coming back up. And i don't like the way that feels but it still tastes like grape flavor. Right and then there's the part where you get into stomach violence stomach acid in. Burn your mouth in burns your nose and it tastes horrible. It stinks right. There's a big difference wheeling we don't we typically stop at that point not because it's a rule because that's not.
"two different types" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Or bipolar There's two different types of being bipolar. There's bipolar one into S O, You know, there's just It's just like when you think about What it means about them like and what they could be experiencing. And what are the answers with that? It's just so complicated. You know when I just have a lot of empathy. You know, it's just like it makes you just as an outsider. I would get mad at what he would say about Cam, but I would also feel so bad for him. But I feel bad for her. And it just seems like yeah. Yeah. Have you ever seen the movie marriage story with Adam driver? Oh, my God. That is so good. I've never been married, but it really does show what happens in these breakdowns. Level Divorce situation? Yes, because we're amicable. At one point. You're like, Oh, let's both used the same lawyer. Why are we gonna pay money and blah, blah, blah. Then you and a pyre in a different lawyer. The lawyer gets in your ear. That's what that that's what happened. I never really knew that any of that really happened and then the fact that you can sort of in in the movie Marriage story we're talking about with Adam Driver and Scarlett Johansson. It's not a real feel good. No, it's a terribly depressing move is but I terrible acting and it was fabulous, so amazing, but that you can kind of If you wanted to, like if there were five excellent lawyers that you knew were the big top dogs. Yep. The attorneys If you just have meetings and call all of them there now. Exempt from ever taking your spouse's Kate, right? Because now that's it's a conflict of interest. So they were doing that on purpose, right so that I forgot about that, out of using Maybe a good attorney. That would have been better for him. But they were all there like I have a conflict because I've talked to your wife for five minutes, right? And that was like shocking to me. And I wonder, I mean, because she has Laura Wasser has represented Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie throw many other celebrity me is like the top. One of the top celebrity divorce writers out there. So I'm sure Kanye has some resource is up his sleeve, too. But I mean, what's so sad is that sometimes there's such a fine line between love and hate. Yeah, like it's just a Then thin membrane. Separating those two feelings. It's because you give up You know what I mean? You become so vulnerable and you give up that vulnerability to a person and then yeah, it could be used against you. Oh, my God. It's so seven. Never getting married. I'm never getting married. You kidding? No way. I don't know about that. That's just so totally used. Preaching to the choir. Your girl. Do we know Mary? Uh Do we know if these guys they have to have a prenup? Right? Oh, gosh. That's a good much to prepare. A page six will tell us. I noticed that On Page six. They're already talking about that fans want Kim Kardashian to date Van Jones. Oh, my God. Calm down people, and she doesn't want to date anyone right now. Just leave her alone. I mean, well, we do know she hasn't been wearing her wedding ring, okay? Or her engagement ring. Um and oh, my God. Kylie Jenner posted something on her Instagram page and everyone is just piling on about the divorce. Yeah, it's not. There's the post wasn't anything I don't think It was anything about it because the public doesn't they haven't spoken out publicly about it. But in a way, you know, all these reports say they're keeping it low Key. I think that they know they have their disinformation because why does Page six? No. Why does Page six know this? Because they were the first person to report and they're also just saying a source a source says. Now is the source. Chris Jenner, but probably, or it's Kim Kardashian. Yeah, I mean, you just if TMZ finds out things I'm like, all right, you know, see them. C e. I mean He's a lawyer. So yeah, well, Nation TMZ Dude, I don't see anything on the front. You know the top of the page I find lately that they have so much, just Perhaps on there that I'm not interested in and the ads, will you please? Oh, my gosh, It's ridiculous. You open it up in it, like plays an ad so annoying tonight, See, but they don't have one thing on the Kardashians. The ash. Why, huh? That is crazy. Or maybe we just haven't gotten there yet, because they post things so much I'm still on today. They've already okay, Ton, so I don't know well, with Page six, as Colin and Bradley say, The call is coming from inside the house. You know, they're probably Is the Kardashians reporting this So anyway, That's that When we come back, we'll lighten things up with our Facebook question. What is the most interesting thing you can see out your nearest window? How fun would that be? Cool? Just a little side. Don't your TMZ is They did report yesterday at 4 22 that they're in marriage counseling and divorce is on the table. Okay, Okay. All right. Alright. There you go. We'll be right back on my talk one of 71 another lorry and Julia moment Tubes Creek we are not done with there were in the middle of the 50 years going slowly. You're really slow Z. I love having the roses in my life and I haven't said goodbye. I mean, I know what happens, right? I've seen more your inner pope outfit marrying, you know, Don't tell coach Jerry Julia People said we need to get with the program with your program's been on for six years. There are no spoilers. My It's just I guess I love Lucy. They eat the bond buying baby stuff him in their mouth. Okay? Yeah, there's.
"two different types" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"I've heard two different types of voices coming out of conversations amongst colleagues. On the left. You know, some are actually talking about cutting the size of the military and cutting the size of the Navy. Others are sort of what's need to level the force that being said. You know if it's a level budget, I hope it's still a budget that allows the Navy to grow and that it recognizes as General Milley, the chairman of Joint Chiefs has recently recognized that other services will have to take a haircut. As we say, in order to fund a larger navy going for it. It's the right strategic decision. Well, Captain Hendrix. What I greatly appreciate about your book is that you do not presume anything, not in evidence, Which is a problem that a lot of naval us and strategist do for amateurs like me. They just assume we know about freedom of the seas and where how it replaced freedom of the land or control the land. They just assume people understand how much is water and how much is dirt. Just assume everything but you don't but you also don't get bogged down. I loved red knots. One of my favorite 10 books in America and I've written American last 10 Years by Robert Massey. You quote it. I love that. But I can't assume everyone has read it. So you have to summarize it and you Very methodically take people through about 2000 years of Navy history so that they can understand where we are in 2021. Yes, And I thought that was important, all too often. And I'm guilty of this myself. Most enable us tend to write about the number of ships that are required. And then perhaps the composition inside that number. How many forgets versus how many destroyers cruisers? Aircraft carriers. But we we sort of gloss over the underlying foundational argument, which is why do I need this Navy at all? And what we've seen is that You know, the global economy has grown tremendously over the last several 100 years, and that has grown because of the amount of goods that are traveling upon the seeds. Going from places where they could be made cheaply or mind chiefly to places where they can gain a greater amount of income and ships can haul materials. Had so much more efficient rates than rails or roads. And so that's why you've seen this global economy grow. You know, we have an $87 trillion global economy. In 80% of that economy by volume travels by the C 70% by value and 11 I know is I think it's 16% of the economy is actually in the digital economy. 95% of that economy actually travels by undersea cables. And so how can that economy grow? It grows based upon the assumption that the sea is safe. People to make investments like laying cables or building ships in order to transport goods. And unfortunately and this is the point that I wanted to rage is that in recent years within within my professional life We have begun to see the condition of the stability to see the grade as piracy has begun to grow. Has rogue nations have thought to change the rules and norms by which the free see is governed in order to change it to make it Maurin, according with their authoritarians wishes. And so I wanted to lay this foundational argument about how we got to the idea of the free See which comes from actually, ah legal case by a Dutch jurist and 16 09. That was fascinated by the way. I didn't know the specifics of the case, and I've been teaching carbon teaching Russians forever, but I didn't know the specifics of the case. Yeah, and so understanding that case which deals with the Dutch who had seized a Portuguese ship, Um and the Portuguese came back and said, We need the value of that ship back. And grody. It's actually loses the case for his client. He loses the value of the of the ship. But what he gains is recognition that the sea is free and that the Portuguese claim of monopoly over all shipping in the East. India's is moved..
"two different types" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Just two different types of Torino's entering cleaning chemicals mixed together one person was brought to the hospital for treatment of inhalation injuries no word on their condition Nicole Davis WBZ Boston's news radio for discover something interesting as it experiments with chaos that lead service customers check in on their own eighty five percent of the customers to use the kiosk for like them exceeding the expectations of Ford retail strategy manager know what Miller he says the biggest benefit is saving time the average time to check in has been coming at two minutes and thirty three seconds the kiosks also allow people to drop off course for service during off hours Ford says will be added to more dealerships here for response to the pilot programmer Baines good Jeff Gilbert CBS news Detroit an a Lister learns a lesson when it comes to tend to it was Tuesday when Orlando bloom showed off a new arm tattoo in honor of his nine year old son but he got it in Morse code after finding it on Pinterest but it was short one doc spelling out free in instead of Flynn he went back to the tattoo artist to get it fixed to also went on his Instagram account to say conclusion never fully trust what your clients find on Pinterest the tattoo also includes the date and time of his son's birth though he's currently engaged to Katy Perry Blume's shares Flynn with X. Miranda Kerr back Piper CBS news and more marking the passing today of a glasses wearing therapy dog from Canada who lost his battle with cancer rusty made a real difference in the lives of patients and their families at Saint Barnabas hospital in what a pad really lifting spirits for the better part of a decade the hospital is paying a lasting tribute to rusty by leaving flowers and a pair of glasses on his favorite chair the arch of Asian photography will soon be on display over at the Peabody Essex museum in Salem the disease called Steven says they're already impressive collection is now even bigger thanks to a generous gift yes six museum associate curator Stephanie tongue was all smiles as she told me about a major gift of sixteen hundred works from the joy of giving something foundation these will be added to the more than five thousand works of Asian photography the museum already has most of those are from the nineteenth century but this new batch features the work of contemporary Asian photographers it's all contemporary photography some of the earliest pieces are from nineteen thirty but they go all the way up to the present the pictures are all in boxes now but will be on display as part of an exhibit in twenty twenty two called China through the lens from Salem Carl Stevens WBZ Boston's news radio coming up we'll go get a picture of what the roads are looking like we've got some snow flurries even some squalls in spots out there we've had some spin offs traffic and weather together coming up in just a moment.
"two different types" Discussed on KOMO
"Weekend on come on is here's Tom Hudler and Shannon Kelly with more IRG health talk all right at X. guest Dr Nicholas Jansen primary care physician from C. H. I. Franciscan UV safety ultraviolet rays is Janet summer's gone but still got to be very aware of what's going on with regard to light you have to clean the Puget Sound I mean it may be cloudy but you're still exposed to this UV light which can cause skin damage you know and we have to know how to protect ourselves with sunscreen as a clothing protection and just awareness right all right here doctor Jansen and general Kelley doctor Jansen welcome back you've come on health talk before today we're gonna talk about kind of the sun you know you be and and and the damage that can cause the skin and skin protection we're gonna run the whole gamut but before we do tell us again and tell our listeners about your practice your internal medicine physician to tell so much practice yeah I'm an internal medicine physician of in a practice about six years I practiced in Beery and with Franciscan medical group great clinic we have eight primary care doctors there are lots of on site services as an internist dicey anywhere from ages eighteen to as always you can imagine so is it fair to say is internal medicine physician you're part of that primary care focused but your focus is really that eighteen year old to geriatric medicine that's right and you probably see a lot of different things in your practice from diagnostics and you take the time to listen to patients get hit your physical you know here we live in the Puget Sound in the complaint you just sound is you know it's cloudy it's gray it's gloomy eccentric center so we have to talk about of skin cancer and the effects of the sun there's a commercial plane on TV it's interest I'm not I'm not sure if you've seen it where shows different people and they put some kind of light on it and see the damage that the sign can cause to our skin right so let's talk about UV light in skin damage yeah it it you know it's amazing it takes very little time for the sun to damage your skin most people think they have to be out there for more than an hour to be damage but it can be as little as ten to fifteen minutes depending on the intensity of that day there's two different types of UV light rays that the sun emits UV a and B. they both can cause skin cancer are you be beat causes is more responsible for sunburns and believe it or not the type eighty is not cover is not blocked by normal just windows in our homes also we want to counsel people all the time about using sunscreen and the type of sunscreen that you want to protect yourself is is the broad spectrum ones the ones that protect you against a and B. so if there's two types UV light you're you're describing a and B. I'm sure they're determined by I mean we get in physics here a little bit cal like physics myself but probably the wave length and the type of penetration by the ability to to to to move through Obst obstacles I would imagine that's right so the U. V. A. is which one is the good bad or they both kind of the same both bad actually they both do different things to the skin type eighty is more around it can cause accelerated aging and somebody scan because wrinkles it also can cause cancer B. E. is more sponsor for sunburns as I mentioned and also it has a higher risk of causing skin cancers and people do sunscreens when you read the label the sunscreen product are they gonna say protects against a and B. O. S. U. so you should look for that is anything else we should look for in our sun screen product from an application standpoint how often is it waterproof is good for kids pediatrics you know all that stuff let's talk about eight Izzy because that's what you do as an internal medicine physician aid is the so it it's a great question so you want at least thirty SPF when you look for a sunscreen thirty SPF will block out ninety seven percent of the sun's rays both a and B. and a lot of people ask me well isn't a higher strength better one that lasts longer it actually won't Jake that's good to know also when you buy a sixty S. P. F. you're probably only really blocking out maybe two to three percent additional beyond the ninety seven percent there is no sunscreen that blocks out a hundred percent of the res we also talked about the fact that the stronger ones really don't protect you for any longer you really have to reapply sunscreen at least every two hours every two hours and what about in and out of the water and and you know Talian off if you white Gimme whiteness since we have to reapply ratchet absolutely when you're in the water even with that water resistant sunscreen which is what we are shall be looking for you probably need to reapply it more often maybe every hour also what's really important is the quantity most people.
"two different types" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"In Australia the flu season a month or two before it normally does something telling people September mid to late September is the right time to start getting your flu shot while flu vaccine effectiveness can vary greatly Russia says early data from Australia shows this year's vaccine is performing well he adds a moderate to severe flu season is forecast here some stores are listening and already have the vaccine and stock by early September all of our stores were fully stocked with both the. which is for people under sixty five as well as two different types of specialized senior vaccine the CDC recommends everyone get a flu shot though pregnant women young children and seniors are higher risk the most and during last year's flu season the Ryland apartment of health reports of the states are high rates of hospitalization and deaths associated with the flu and data nationwide showed a severe flu season that started early it lasted for many weeks it's Alexander Leslie from Eyewitness News came in and read in the Providence journal today just after the meeting less August they have no meeting its first month without a public meeting in four years the central falls detention facility corporations going to hold a public meeting to night at six PM a Jewish activist group never again action as protest at the facility for a couple of months now saying that the decision to hold the meeting on that day at that time was intentional and meant to drive down attendance. a spokesperson says the board of the why it detention facility has rescheduled their meeting for sundown on Friday that's when the Jewish community celebrates Shabbat never again said in a Facebook post on Wednesday night if they want to deter public participation well they don't realize that were taught in the words of our rabbis to pray with her feet refused to let the board in the U. M. B. bank collaborate with vice in our states of the activists say that why it's Friday night meeting is a Dodge this Dodge around them so what a controversy surrounding that thing the white center in central falls so the body play opened up last night at the Trinity the prince of Providence it was a profile of the actor who's playing a body in the Providence journal this past Sunday Scott I yield a Leo on a per trade the former Providence mayor the prince sopranos based on Mike Stanton's book so they announce they have set up a ticket lottery to for prince Providence tickets because the demand is so high and they also added eight more performances to now the actress is my hope is that fifty different audience members have fifty different opinions on this production and he said some may leave the theater angry on both sides but it's exiting do a piece of polarized theater Dialogus always exciting he says the actor he said that look I'm not going to do an impression or impersonation but he she and see I'm going to you know join actors you know perception I guess an interpretation of the book the prince a Providence also he said that he did research talking to family members and also wrenching answers book. politics imposter or pasta and politics always get confused their career in fall river says hell no I won't go but he did call off an annual fundraiser amid the badly school on going with sit the his city council there and Kim colonia has that story from my witness news fall river mayor diesel qureia tells supporters to stay tuned for his next campaign events postponing what would have normally been his annual summer fundraiser red battleship cold saying a Facebook post Wednesday morning sometimes it takes a little to regroup to ensure success let's stay positive and win on Tuesday and again in November the website for the one hundred and twenty five dollar per ticket events as there would be no refunds according to campaign finance records courageous campaign cash lags behind opponent Paul Coogan's who had almost twenty four thousand dollars in his account as of last month qureia had seventeen thousand and Erica Scott Pacheco had forty five hundred the three will square off on Tuesday qureia has been undeterred by calls for him to step down including from Massachusetts governor Charlie Baker I think he should step aside until all of this stuff is dealt with qureia says he's not guilty of the twenty four federal counts he now faces including allegations he took bribe money in exchange for non opposition letters for marijuana vendors Dartmouth state representative Chris marquis introduced a bill to temporarily halt all licensing of such stores in fall river until January I felt that.
"two different types" Discussed on KGO 810
"I'm John Batchelor. This is the John Batchelor show. Bob Zimmerman keeps the website behind the black. He's going to take around the world for space programs that are in various stages of success or delays. Bob, a very good evening to you, the European Space Agency. The essay itself has come to a better idea that we've been talking about for several years. And as I recall this dates back to the twentieth century, why did it take them so long? And what does the reusable rocket main for them, does this mean they can compete again? Good evening to good evening, John. Well I mean coming to the game very, very late doesn't mean you can compete. It means you be that you're supposed to compete in fact, all the stories in the next few minutes will be what I call the new colonial movement, having to do all European the world global effort to get into space outside of the United States. So let's talk about Europe. This week Europe. Finally, admitted that its refusal to build the area on six. It's next generation rocket as a reusable rocket was steak and it wasn't steak because they're not even within the European Space Agency, were they European Space Agency. No. Or wants to buy tickets on area on six it's more expensive. And so they have now approved a major engineering research project to different projects, actually, to create two different types of reusable rocket. One of those rockets isn't outright deal of face. Falcon nine it's no question of even Mr. the effect. This is essentially, right? Spacex is the falcon nine and the other one is kind of an imitation of American idea that existed in the late nineties called the Rotan, which was using actually a helicopter concept who slowed down a capsule as it was coming back to earth, literally helicopter propels at the top to slow down as it came down to anyway, actually going to this now and this, I think is, and it is an interesting political component within internal politics to France has always been the dominant player in the European Space Agency. They always fight with Germany. Well, this proposal, these two research projects does not involve France at all. It involves Germany and companies from Germany, Switzerland, Portugal and Spain. And so there's clearly I think if some internal. Politics, going on here where people who don't agree with France and area on six decided to move independently of that puzzle. Bob about the space agency, do we know. Is it viable is? If is if precarious do we know about its support from a collective support because they've always been subsidised? Well, they have the support is apparently pretty strong. They want their own rockets. They need hero rockets, but they also within the European partners various countries, it's very clear that they're not happy with what has been decided to do, which is producing a rocket that costs more than SpaceX is now it costs more and by the time flies in two years, it's going to be even more expensive won't be more expensive than they're gonna charge but the cost dropped again. And so they're faced with this. And so there's this is I think a revolt within that then you're. European means they're going to want to compete. That's what it means this colonial movement. They wanna compete. Let's go on. Let's go onto bear sheet. What is she to bear? She if you remember, she was the Israeli privately funded of Lander that got into lunar orbit. But then unfortunately, failed to land in his last attempt in April. Well, the they said the company space L is a nonprofit in Israel said they were going to build a bear sheet to well this week. They announced that bear. She too, is not going to fly to the moon they've decided they're going to do, so they've done that. They're going to do something else instead. Well, they have done if they got to the moon, but they didn't land that was their goal. So what I think is happening is they this is speculation on my part. But I think that they that they're having trouble raising these funds they need to build a lunar Lander again. And so they're looking for something else that they can say sites Loa. So they can find the mission they can fund. That's what's going on. I could be wrong. But I mean it seems to me that a Luna Landers thing they should go forward. They demonstrated. They were really close to making that happen. Chang, A four and you to, to, to, to this is our little Jade rabbit. They wake up all well with the mission Bob. Well, who knows China? They don't really tell us much. This is a lunar Lander from the nucleus loophole oneal movement in China. They landed on the side of the moon back last year. They have woken for this seventh lunar day, the only news, we have this is a Chinese news report, which I will tell you is almost for datum, a steal from the Chinese news report when they awoke these robots for this six lunar day, so they're not really telling us much when I can gather just tracking the amount of distance U2. has traveled, it traveled all the about seventy feet in the last lunar day, fourteen days when they had daylight in the six day. They it seems to be traveling about one hundred feet every Luna day. Though it also does appear that the numbers are going down with each day. They were only supposed to last three Luna days, the now opening into the seven there, well, beyond the design limits, and if this is an assessing chievements, but, you know, it is China. They don't tell us much. So I've limited I can only speculate a little bit of what's going on. But I do know you to still out there and this will communicate they're working to is the Japanese space agency's ah so far very successful probe of the asteroid review, but it is looking for why sample grab what do they were? Well, it's the point they already have made one sample grab, but if you remember, they created a using a projectile oficial a man made crater on you and what the goal is now to do a second touching goes sample. Grab within that crater. That's not a very crazy. You'd hardly notice it if you look at the surface. Like they disturbed some soil, but that, that, that, that creator gets them into the interior of the asteroids. So they wanna make sample grab to grab some material from the from literally below the surface, they've got a surface grab. They wanna get something below the surface until a lot about the asteroid. And so they had hesitations about doing this. They've made the decision they're going to try on July eleven. I've in the report here. I discovered for the first time that there was some slight damage to the probes. Camera and other equipment during the first touch touch, and go sample, grab I known that they're not said anything about that. But they say it doesn't seem to make any significant difference. And they think it's worth the risk to do this to get that second sample. I agree with that question roscosmos. This is the long. Very sad story of the new spaceport Vostochny, yet, more indication that they have not cleaned up either their quality control or their transparency. This is mostly the overall pervasive corruption that permeates Russian society of so two review. Stocks knee is new spaceport. They were building it. They've been building for more than a decade. It's cost billions and billions of Russian money so out of money, it went way over budget. It's been behind schedule. There was numerous examples of embezzlement, and corruption where people were pocketing contract money without building anything pocketing employee salaries. People didn't get paid. So one of the contractors from bid, embezzled, almost six point five million dollars. He went on trial and this week, they announced that he's avoided jail time. They've given a mealy a suspended five year suspended sentence or served and three thousand dollar fine for for stealing six point five million. I'd make that trade. John pay three thousand dollars. Dollars to get six point five million basically walked Scott free is indicates to me that Russia is not cleaned up that corruption and in a space program, you wanna make space go to space space, ingenious hard, if there's any dishonesty involved in the effort, you're gonna fail because dishonesty will make you not, look, honestly, at problems. And I think that's where Russia is right now blue origin. Jeff Bezos is of mostly transparent, but somewhat mysterious a private commercial space. It's testing a lunar engine. Is this for their Glenn? This is not for blue nuclear. This is for that blue moon land, not built, yet, the engine for new Glenn. They're all Little Rock is the be four and there's been no they on that engine for more than a year since April of last year. No updates at all. I you know, I, I hate to say this, but, you know, they were very quiet for a long time till they started to make a change from new shepherd, but Jeff Isa's company is increasingly beginning to remind me of Richard Branson, and glac tick, there's a lot of like bloom moon is a lunar land, or they don't have a lunar Lander yet. They put up a prototype and oppress real, you know, press event, a photo op. And so now the testing an engine for it. But meanwhile they haven't launched there they're all rocket. It's not built yet. It's delayed and new shepherd supposedly sub orbital flights making money. They have yet to go into operations with that in spine schedules. I don't know what's going on large, and John. I hope I hope it's real, but I don't know the test was a success. They said, but, you know, I don't know what that means anymore. Bob Zimmerman keeps the website behind the black. We're going exploring the solar system and other speculations. When we return,.
"two different types" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Than forty five years what what's the date of the lead you to think the moon might be geologically active on inside well it's a combination of two different types of data we've been looking at the surface of the moon what the lunar reconnaissance orbiter cameras and taking pictures of the surface in high resolution in detail and i believe are studied doctor tom water and discovered that there's all these different bogart's their present on the surface of the moon and then are study we basically combined that observation of these these cars with the the location of the shallow moon quake that were detected by apollo and we found the the tour actually matching up pretty well how many moon quakes did apollo missions actually detect look at everything together ended up being about thirteen thousand different events and then once we were studying whether the shower and quakes which were a very small fraction of those there's probably about twenty eight of them that where were detected boy thirteen thousand sounds like a lot how's that compare to say you're a small fraction of what we have here on earth on any given day there's probably several hundred thousand of earthquake on earth okay how large where these moon quakes the biggest ones were probably around three or four depending upon the magnitude skilled at you small ones where like minus one her mind to like really really think of at shell were not talking about a major lake city destroying earthquake type things here these little travelers would you would you feel if you were standing on the moon if you're close enough to they got the better yeah you would feel it the biggest one would probably have knock things off shelves or you know what woken up an astronaut taking a nap but the smaller ones we probably wouldn't be able to heal without a very sensitive instrument well what what is the evidence that your team found when you combine the photographs of these scarves and the seismometers and lead you to believe at the moon is geologically active well it's kind of like getting information about what the process is driving the the the winners activity and so the the cards and felder evidence the shortening of the crowd and where he would think maybe you have tectonic activity going on his side of the moon we weren't really sure about the age low so we knew that it happened sometime in the past but we were able to constrain exactly when that shortening shut off because it's hard to actually get the exact date of guard on the fact that we saw the new quake shallow quake correlating with the all told us the activity might still be present today the moon still shrinking and basically getting smaller time he will tell me about these sharks whether they like they're quite big actually the first double ten kilometers in any direction the tall ones rescue hundred meters tall so they're they're quite large on average they're probably a few ten meters tall but if you're standing up on top of one of these things you'd have a pretty good deal the surface of the moon okay and how many of these sharks are there around the moon there's several hundred of them on their basically widely distributed over the surface in what caused the form but we think that the the reason why the concert or mean that the the litter across the under compression so that congress to basically shortens though that compression is being as a result of essentially the moon the heat and thoroughly contracting so they they throw balls basically push up some of the the the cross the.
"two different types" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Seven sixty K F M B, I wanna come back and talk about the two different types of. Diversity? You're the buzzword diversity. Well, there's two different kinds toxic and genuine break down next one eight hundred seven sixty K F M D pal Amar solar. So this month one hundred thousand of you Vaas ratepayers switched from are being switched from the tier system to the time of use system. So I forget the time. But it's something like between the hours of three and seven o'clock. It's something like that. You're you're gonna be charged more for your lecture city than the rest of the day. So in the end. The Andrew rates bills. Probably going to go up. Just another reason to call pal Amar bogus. Aw. Rufus make sense you have to worry about any of this don't even fuss. You just got your trysofi pay for the solar panels. Whatever it is. It's less than what you're paying right now. He's not with it. We're gonna talk sometime this week about what are these called community community choice utilities if something like that? This is just bad. This is going to get worse. Any roof and be done with that already Powell Marsala. These are the guys I seven six zero five zero four zero three eight eight amazing local company sends five zero four zero three eight or palim our solar dot com and get a free in-home estimate. Of course, we've got coming up with had. Let's well a woman who admitted to jumping in a running car with two kids in the backseat and heading to the border will be sentenced this afternoon. What she faces necks. Don't understand that story. I will be listening next. Mike so spread the word AM seven.