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Study: Wildfires produced up to half of pollution in US West

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Study: Wildfires produced up to half of pollution in US West

"That wildfire smoke accounted for up to half of all these small particle air pollution in parts of the Western U. S. In recent years, researchers these air from Stanford and also UC San Diego, they use satellite images and air quality data to model just how much pollution was generated by the fires what they found Is that even his pollution from other sources in the Western states dropped the amount from the fires increased on fires. The findings underscore the growing public health threat they say his posed by climate change. As it contributes to the wildfires, such as those in California and the Pacific Northwest. 54 Prostate

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Southern California Schools Using Vending Machines To Dispense COVID-19 Tests To Students, Employees

Geek News Central

00:46 sec | 3 weeks ago

Southern California Schools Using Vending Machines To Dispense COVID-19 Tests To Students, Employees

"Well california university makes getting your kobe tests as easy as grabbing a candy bar. Vending machines are now grown. Attest as well you can just pay the money and get a coronavirus test. What does it cost me see here. As the university's return to load program free kits were self administration. Cove in nineteen tests are available through vending machines. Eleven occasions machines look like a regular stack machine but contain individually packed nasal tests rather than potato chips or hershey bars. There's a process to using the tests. The tests have barcodes at work with a uc san diego app. The university asked students and employs returned. Test within seventy two hours drop boxes next to the machine and destitute as living on campus are coming to campus required a test. weekly

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Moderna asking FDA to approve its virus vaccine

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

01:21 min | 2 months ago

Moderna asking FDA to approve its virus vaccine

"Effective. Covert 19 vaccine continues this morning with word that biotech company Moderna plans to ask the FDA today for an emergency use authorization. The move will make Madonna the second vaccine maker behind Fizer, to make that request. Now. The latest results released by Madonna show its Corona virus vaccine was more than 94% effective. Clinical trials. First four Corona virus vaccines in the pipeline all attack attack the the virus virus in in the the safe safe way. way. Good Good news news for for the the overall overall supply supply as as more more candidates candidates look look for for approval approval vaccine vaccine candidates candidates from from finds finds her her and and Moderna, Moderna, which which had had been been announced announced his his 95%, 95%, effective along with the AstraZeneca candidate up to 90% effective all go after these spike protein that allows the virus too attached to human cells. Hope is that by using that piece of the Corona virus as part of vaccines, that's the part that is going to Focus the immune response on the part that is necessary for binding and entry. And so if you have an immune response against that spike protein, theoretically, the Corona viruses targeted and can't find an enter the human self. You see us to lead the local studies for Madonna and AstraZeneca is currently in the process of starting the Johnson and Johnson candidate. Which doctor Susan Little, the UC San Diego medical school professor in charge that study says goes after the virus in the same way. Jack Runako news.

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"uc san diego" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:35 min | 2 months ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Takes about two days for the four astronauts to travel up 240 miles to the station. Right now, there are over 771,000 power outages from the Great Lakes to the Northeast because of a storm with high wind gusts that still heading toward New York City and suburban areas in a Connecticut right now gusts up to 60 Miles an hour and even a tornado warning for some New York City suburbs. You're listening to ABC News. Now here's what's happening around the state on Sacramento's news 93.1 kfbk. Five firefighters in Syria's have tested positive for covert 19. That's according to the serious Fire Department. Firefighters who tested positive are in stable condition and our self quarantining. At home for 14 days now. Two of the firefighters are from Syria's, while the other three from Stanislas County of the She'll say it is unclear how they contracted the virus. California still installing wildfire cameras as the threat of fires grows and staggering levels throughout the state. The UC San Diego Oceanography Department says the 610th alert wildfire camera was installed last month. It's a network of high tech cameras. We're able to spot the first outbreak of flames and helps firefighters with her efforts from north to south to put out flames throughout the containment process. That's the news. I'm Phil Farrar. Sacramental traffic. You're pumping the brakes in Sacramento on the westbound 50 connect a ramp to the eastbound cap. There's a multi vehicle crash with one overturned vehicle on.

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How To Align Your Customer Experience

eCommerce Fastlane - Shopify - Shopify Plus - E-Commerce - Ecommerce Business

05:45 min | 3 months ago

How To Align Your Customer Experience

"Now my guest and says, episode is Tim Ashe who is an acknowledged authority on evolutionary psychology and digital marketing. He's a sought after international keynote speaker and the best selling author of two books I one landing page optimization, and more. Recently unleash your primal brain actually just listened to recently on audible. Fantastic. We're going to dig into that one for sure Tim has been mentioned by Forbes as a top ten online marketing expert and by Entrepreneur magazine as an online market influence to watch. For nineteen years he was a CO founder and the CEO of site tuners, tuners dot, com and their digital marketing and optimization agency. Tim has helped create over one point, two, billion dollars in value for some amazing companies that I know. We all know Google expedia harmony facebook and American Express and cannon and Nestle there's massive list year semantic new to it and humanity Siemens anyways in countless direct to consumer brands. So exciting to have Tim today busy schedule. But please join me conversation with Tim Today. So. Tim Welcome ECOMMERCE battling. A Ha-. Very. Happy Veer Steve. So you've had quite an eventful career I might add keynote speaking around the world are writing bestselling books year you run international conferences, I guess pre cove in our doing some virtual events. So tell me a little bit about best can your entrepreneurial journey so far? Sure. Well, I've worked in a variety of high tech companies when I started university at UC San Diego my undergraduate majors were in computer engineering and cognitive science, and then I stayed there for graduate school and what would neural networks or what would now be called deep learning or machine learning or A. And this was early days We didn't have the big data sets that we do now with the Internet. So I switched Internet marketing and started my first marketing agency back in the early DOT com days and Never, let go of the Tiger's tail and twenty five years. Later I decided you know running an agency wasn't my highest and best use on the planet. So I decided to focus on what I really enjoy, which is the thought leadership in the form of as you mentioned, keynote speaking and writing my latest book and spreading knowledge out to people as opposed to working on client accounts. Right? and. So I did mention a little tiny bit of top of the show but you know you've worked with a lot of some really great ecommerce brands some of the largest brands I might add like what are some mistakes that you see kind of consistently some of these e commerce brands are making today will if we restrict people have different definitions of ECOMMERCE, I, just WanNa start there for some ecommerce anywhere. Any website that has as A. Checkout anything where you sell items directly and for others, it's more restrictive and I'd say it's a e commerce catalog and that's I think a more standard definition. If you also use a lots of different items, you have a homepage category pages, search results, pages, and product, and so on. It's not a website where there are two or three things for sale in those early incidental. Would I don't know is that a fair definition or how would you agree with that? Totally would agree with that yes. So In the case of large catalogs, I'd say the common mistakes that we I've seen in my careers one gratuitous use of motion and wasted real estate on the homepage in the form of giant sliders everybody seems to have those Sh. Yeah. That's a big known my book I talk about I have a whole e-commerce best practices section in my landing page optimization book and I devoted a page to why sliders. An evil that should be immediately removed from your site. While you know what part of it I think to is that it doesn't position the brand well, enough I think with having like motion and I think when people have a lot of different slogans, tag lines or kind of looks and things going out other different sections on the site they think they're trying to blast all of their bullets out on this highly sought after a piece of real estate versus maybe having a proper positioning statement or something. One thing that's very important. That's key to why someone should click. Through or why someone shown up on this particular website having one message and one brand image and go further than that I, would say that I'll numerate the reasons why you shouldn't have a slider on your homepage. The one that you mentioned is by far the most important our brains from an evolutionary perspective are designed to notice things moving in are visual field. It kind of has survival value. If you know what I mean here is coming to eat me I need to know what direction and how big is right So. they're they're an interrupt, their the nuclear option in the face of motion graphics won't get looked at and even in the face of graphics, text won't get read. So anything that's graphics or text on your site can't possibly compete with that atomic bomb of a slider on your homepage. And and another reason that really bad is because it's trying to pretend you have more real estate than you really do. So everybody wants a piece of the homepage and lurk. We can add another frame tour slider. Well Great. Thanks. So now have to sit through a longer commercial nobody likes to do that on broadcast TV. There's certainly don't have the attention span to sit through five three seconds sliders to make sure they saw every frame of the crap you're trying to throw them on your home page You don't really an editorial problem. You can't decide what's important. So you're trying to cram it all in there and make everybody happy except your site visitors that are trying to give you money,

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UC San Diego Sets Up COVID-19 Vaccine Trial In National City

KOGO Weekend News Edition

01:12 min | 3 months ago

UC San Diego Sets Up COVID-19 Vaccine Trial In National City

"A started signing up volunteers for their third Corona virus vaccine trial in San Diego, and the university has set up a testing site in National City. The mayor of National City, Alejandra, So tell us a lease. Has volunteered for the vaccine trial. We're very happy to share about the banking partnership between UC San Diego help the city of National City and anything that will help to having a covert 19 trialled vaccine locations in national city for not only the residents of the 995 field code, but for all residents of Then you county and in particular the South Bay. We know that our teeth three effort, testing, tracing and treatments have been at the forefront not only of our efforts but of the county as well. And so today we announce the strengthening of these partnerships have this trial right here, as well as encouraging folks to find out. What vaccines are the 101 but also to learning about the eligibility and a requirement to become part of that loose and become part of The potential trial

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"uc san diego" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

01:46 min | 3 months ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz

"Proposition 16 today in a statewide day of action, calling on young voters to overturn the state's ban on affirmative action and level the playing field for women and people of color. California is one of only 10 states that banned affirmative action by public institutions. Voters put that ban into the States Constitution in 1996. That could change this fall. If voters approve overturning the van with Proposition 16 KP If a reporter aerial Boone has this story on how we got here, Affirmative action was a response to the civil rights movement. It means an institution considers race and sex to include categories of people they've excluded in the past. People like Sharon, Lise I'm, a professor of sociology at California State University, San Marcos, and I also served in the California Faculty Association. I am an affirmative action baby. Sharon received a scholarship from a private college to attend as a black student. Afterward, she attended UC San Diego, where there was also programming to support black students, including tutoring and social support. Then she was hired to teach. I first started off at Fresno, and definitely I was an affirmative action hire, you know, and what that meant is you're still very outnumbered. You're one or two people of color in a program that was beginning to diversify against the sea of whiteness that had been it's historic. Call legacy that sea of whiteness came roaring back Theme.

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CDC reverses statement on airborne transmission of coronavirus, says draft accidentally published

KCBS Radio Midday News

01:21 min | 4 months ago

CDC reverses statement on airborne transmission of coronavirus, says draft accidentally published

"Reverses reverses itself itself this this morning. morning. Some Some conflicting conflicting information information coming coming out out of of the the Centers Centers for for Disease Disease Control Control this morning. The CDC earlier today posting what seemed to be new covert 19 language to include aerosols as a means of transmission. But in the last hour, the agency took that language off its website, saying it was a draft version that was posted in error. The new message goes on to say the CDC is currently updating its recommendations regarding airborne transmission of the virus wants this process has been completed. The updated language will be posted Covert 19 is thought to spread mainly through close contact from person to person and droplets rather than aerosols. Dr. Kim Prather, director of the National Science Foundation Center for Aerosol Implants on Chemistry of the Environment at UC San Diego, says the difference between aerosol and a droplet is significant. Basically, the difference is just that the aerosols or the sort of really tiny little droplets to come out. As opposed to sort of coming out When you cough for you sneeze, they come out when you talk and when you sing, and so they're super tiny, and they're miserable. You can't really see them. And so what they do droplets are big. Usually, and those will just settle to the ground pretty quickly, whereas aerosols will be released into the air and they can hang around in the air for you know, Hours. Covert

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University of San Diego will resume mostly in-person classes

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

00:54 sec | 9 months ago

University of San Diego will resume mostly in-person classes

"UC San Diego planning on opening the campus back up to students in September however to protect everyone involved they will carry out more than thirty thousand corona virus tests a month in looking to get back up and running UCSD is the benefits of an affiliate hospital medical school in public health program try to integrate all the data possible in order to develop a strategy to leverage the expertise that we have your account back to be able to open things as safely as possible Dr Martin is with the department of defections diseases in global public health at UCSD the point of this is to try to enable easier deter them in campus activities if you are seeking researching serving and right now the initial phase introspective thing I'm testing a grand in student but the idea is that come the fall we would expand its program to include casting about students faculty and staff at sixty five thousand tests every

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"uc san diego" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

02:56 min | 10 months ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Researchers at UC San Diego asked patients with flu like symptoms if they lost their sense of smell or taste and then they were tested for corona virus Dr Carol Yan is one of the study's authors the ones that were actually tested positive for carbon nineteen had ten times more likelihood of having now watch and people want compared to people who are tested negative yeah it says seventy percent of the corona virus positive patients had loss of smell and taste and not a little bit I either form the majority of people they were completely normal adventures now Q. profound loss now and he yeah it says more research is necessary this was a small study but now UCSD health is using smell and taste as a screening tool for cope at nineteen it's also something you can test yourself on at home radio dot com reporter Emily Valdez a San Francisco based community health center that focuses on low income Asian residents has really expanded their service during the pandemic KCBS is Meghan Goldsby tells us more about their efforts to make sure no one gets left behind Dr Kenneth Tighe is the chief health officer at northeast medical services he knows they serve a vulnerable population and they had to act fast to get them tested once this pandemic broke out using rooms at their twelve clinics just was not cutting it because of the decontamination process and that the fact that you have to be impatient and and you know patients who are suspected to have called the nineteen and you really need to clinch of the round and we can only do one test every two hours so they moved open for drive thru testing locations for their patients to call in first for virtual appointment the site that proved the most difficult would be the one closest to the main clinic because that particular clinic in Chinatown we did not have a parking lot so we partner with the mayor's office all the way yeah but I can apply as with a parking structure parking lot to help as do the testing and another side we are interested in that sense that area it's a population that has family who already went through this in China or in another country in Asia some of whom may have gone through it themselves if they were there late last year or early this one we actually do a lot of outreach calls right now so I think that they're in in terms of the medical care that we provide to our patients right now I would say ninety per cent of our encounters or visit our ashen virtual visits and patience will be like that a lot he says they're feeling very supported by the community at this time as well from help from the city to community members sending workers at the program meals from local restaurants to people donating masks making gold speak KCBS this is a Bloomberg money minutes stock futures.

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Smell and Taste Loss Linked to Coronavirus in New UCSD Health Study

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:18 sec | 10 months ago

Smell and Taste Loss Linked to Coronavirus in New UCSD Health Study

"Southern California doctors conduct the first study which links loss of smell to coronavirus researchers at UC San Diego asked patients with flu like symptoms if they lost their sense of smell or taste and then they were tested for corona virus Dr Carol Yan is one of the study's authors the ones that were actually

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Why is California still waiting for a massive backlog of coronavirus test results?

KNX Programming

01:05 min | 10 months ago

Why is California still waiting for a massive backlog of coronavirus test results?

"California's corona virus testing problems they're about to be fixed that's according to governor Gavin Newsom a frustrating massive backlog of processing coronavirus has his calls in sick Californians to wait up to twelve days to get the results Newsome says the state is only performed about a hundred and twenty seven thousand tests I own that and you deserve more and better and that's what I'm committed to advancing to you today Newsome says in the next few weeks the state's testing capability will increase by five times thanks to partnerships with UC Davis UC San Diego and Abbott laboratories this includes a five minute corona virus test coming to hospitals across the state the approach is a comprehensive one geographically considered and much more organized in terms terms of of not not just just the the supply supply chain chain but but the the data data collection collection and and then then the the information information gathering gathering that that we we could could provide provide to to you you in in real real time time in in a a much much more more robust robust way Newsome says there are currently about thirteen thousand corona virus tests still waiting to be processed Emily Valdez Kate extend seventy

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Los Angeles - California Gov. Newsom Says More Tests Coming

KNX Programming

01:16 min | 10 months ago

Los Angeles - California Gov. Newsom Says More Tests Coming

"In depth team coverage of the corona virus pandemic governor Gavin Newsom is vowing to ramp up testing and shorten the time it takes to get the results Houston said during a video briefing that recently there's been a backlog of nearly sixty thousand corona virus test waiting to be analyzed across the state many people waiting up to twelve days to get the results the testing space has been a challenging one for us and I own that and I have a responsibility as your governor to do better and to do more testing in the state of California now he's created a task force he says we can expect testing capability and turn around time to significantly increase we specifically have a new partnership with UC Davis and UC San Diego to create a minimum of five to seven hops are we what we have high throughput where we will work with different vendors not be perspective or perspective on the exact type of testing about work with these hubs to significantly increase our testing capacity Newsome says California's tested just under a hundred and twenty thousand people he says there will soon be seventy five locations where a new test will be implemented with results in just five minutes Emily Valdez Kate extend seventy newsradio

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"uc san diego" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Dot com another case of the corona viruses been confirmed in San Diego this time it was a passenger on the Friday flight into MCAS Miramar from Wuhan China the patients being treated at UC San Diego health or the first confirmed patient is also in isolation this brings the total number of confirmed cases in the United States of the Kovin nineteen to fourteen China is being accused of censoring critical data about Kovic nineteen according to scientists writing for the lancet medical journal Chinese authorities had preliminary information on the virus for more than two weeks before it was officially released CBS news Deborah pattern is in Hong Kong everyone wants to know what's going on I mean I want to panic but it could become a global pandemic in the two months since the world was exposed to the existence of the corona virus there are still questions about just how severe the crisis is and with China has been fully open with the global community transparent we're finding out things in bits and pieces they were not transparent at all I would say during the month of December as we know there was a doctor trying to raise the alarm that doctor was Chinese national the when the end he was silenced by officials opted issuing an early warning about the virus and died from its disease last week Deborah pad a CBS news Hong Kong Michael Bloomberg facing controversy over his policies while mayor of New York in a few questionable statements he made about them CBS news Nicole Killian is with the campaign in Tennessee or early voting began today and it's super Tuesday primary campaigning in Tennessee Michael Bloomberg expressed regret for comments from twenty fifteen about New York city's controversial stop and frisk policy why did you say what you said in that twenty fifteen.

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Coronavirus case confirmed in California is 13th in the U.S.

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Coronavirus case confirmed in California is 13th in the U.S.

"Health officials in southern California have confirmed a new case of the corona virus in San Diego reporter Richard Allen says the latest cases among the evacuees from the epicenter of the outbreak in China the confirmation of the first case of this new strain of the corona virus here in San Diego at UC San Diego health health officials tell us that this first case was among five evacuees who were hospitalized after arriving at MCAS Miramar last week from Wuhan China and still remain isolated at the hospital after exhibiting possible symptoms once they landed here in San Diego and the new infection raising the number of people in the U. S. suffering from the illness to thirteen

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American coronavirus patient describes "surreal" cruise experience

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

01:25 min | 1 year ago

American coronavirus patient describes "surreal" cruise experience

"Forty three there's a new confirmed case of coronavirus in the U. S. more from correspondent Alex stone this thirteen case of corona virus in the U. S. comes after four people who were quarantine the marine corps air station Miramar had been tested all came back negative and then further testing revealed one of the four was actually positive that person was returned to UC San Diego health for isolation we're told that patient is doing well they had been in Wuhan and flew into the U. S. on one of the evacuation flights we were on the cruise ship docked in Japan now has the second highest concentration of cases anywhere except mainland China almost two dozen of those cases Americans corresponded married Maggie really went to Yokohama Japan to talk to one of those infected Americans Rebekah Fraser from Oregon is one of at least twenty three Americans you never think that something like this is going to happen you're just on vacation last night well for some the corona virus can be serious and deadly so far for Rebecca her treatment in isolated hospital room on shore has been going well it doesn't even feel like a cold to be perfectly honest I wouldn't have known that there was anything wrong with me if they hadn't tested me her husband had to stay behind on the ship so far he's tested negative for the first time China reporting more than one hundred deaths from corona virus in a single day one hundred eight people died from corona virus in China in the latest government

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Los Angeles Area: First Confirmed Case Of Coronavirus Reported In San Diego

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Los Angeles Area: First Confirmed Case Of Coronavirus Reported In San Diego

"Four health officials in southern California have confirmed a new case of the twenty nineteen novel coronavirus in San Diego reporter Richard Allen says the latest case is among the evacuees coming from the epicenter of the outbreak in China the confirmation of the first case of this new strain of the corona virus here in San Diego at UC San Diego health health officials tell us that his first case was among five evacuees who were hospitalized after arriving at MCAS Miramar last week from Wuhan China and still remain isolated at the hospital after exhibiting possible symptoms once they landed here in San Diego the new infection raising the number of people in the United States suffering from the illness to

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'Crowd-diagnosis' thousands seek out diagnoses from strangers on social media

KNX Programming

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

'Crowd-diagnosis' thousands seek out diagnoses from strangers on social media

"More more and and more more people people are are turning turning to to social social media media when when they they won won a a medical medical diagnosis diagnosis instead instead of of going going to to the the doctor doctor it's it's become become known known as as crowd crowd diagnosis diagnosis when people seek out medical answers through social media researchers say the number of posts regarding sexually transmitted diseases on reddit has doubled in the last year unfortunately at thank you bye and our culture and people may feel embarrassed to talk about that with even their own physician Dr Lisa nobles is a research fellow at UC San Diego she does know this word of caution never dying to deliver healthcare so we're not sure how well that can be done on that platform Dr noble says people are increasingly going to social media for help with sensitive medical issues like STDs because they also want a sense of

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California Relies on Planes, Lessons From Past to Prevent Deadly Blazes

This Morning with Gordon Deal

04:44 min | 1 year ago

California Relies on Planes, Lessons From Past to Prevent Deadly Blazes

"With us California has battled some of its biggest wild fires this year with a new weapon a plane for example outfitted with infrared sensors that can see through smoke to plop the Blazers perimeters and transmit the coordinates to firefighters in real time the plane has mapped many of the major fires that exploded in the past few weeks including five in the greater Los Angeles area and the king came fire in cinema county north of San Francisco more on wild this wildfire season has not been as deadly as ones in the past from Erin L. worth disaster reporter at the Wall Street journal Erin what we know so far there have been more than five thousand players this season but that tracked by cal fire but none of them have have gotten to the point that they are as destructive or as deadly as something like a camp fire that destroyed last year that killed eighty five people they're not as destructive say as the twenty seventeen fire storm in California's wine country is that you know destroyed Q. Q. neighborhood in Santa Rosa killed more than two dozen people were just not we're seeing we're seeing fires but they are not doing the same scale of damage that's not to say that they're not doing some damage the people have people have lost homes showed that heart wrenching thing to go through it but again just not on that huge scale towards and it's not because these fires are hitting the same areas and there's nothing left to burn that's not the case right no in fact in terms of the can keep fire one of the things that I was told was that in some ways the fire was filling in areas that had burned repeatedly so some of them are starting in the same general area but it's not like they're on top of the the the buyer or the campfire burned or anything like that so what are some folks point to here in terms of lessons from the past well good to start with the experience a lot of people say you know California firefighters they are constantly dealing with these wildfires they are just crawling on drawing on previous experience cute to go after these things and you can look at at a fire fighting it can be like the one in Contra Costa or the one in Vallejo where they've they've learned that you know in red flag whether the need to pre position so a red flag warning will come up and a red flag is what you have you know high winds and low humidity and essentially big fuel load up lots of things that might be able to burn a fire to be likely so don't don't yeah extra engine to add an extra ladder trucks add prepare those resources and then make sure that they have the firefighters available to you take take those recorded out when needed and so the other day one Contra Costa was under a red flag to be fought like eat fire in in a fifteen hour period and they drew heavily on those pre positioned resources while speaking with Erin L. worse disaster reporter at the Wall Street journal teacher in a piece entitled California relies on planes and lessons from the past to prevent deadly blaze as well so they point to here what do we actually kind of cool stuff happening you have been I'll call it a consortium of firefighting agencies and mark Porsche other California counties who have started to rely on the line I'm pretty advanced technology bear in the supercomputer that in house at UC San Diego and the super computer it's called wife higher it it basically is a modeling program and it will take real time weather data known fire corridors and then a bunch of other information and add two one eight by your store like say the Getty fire in LA firefighters will pop what they know about that fire into into the modeling program and why fire will essentially it out predictions about what the fire might do you thanks Erin Erin feel worse disaster reporter at the Wall

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Ghost crabs 'growl' from their stomachs, scientists find

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Ghost crabs 'growl' from their stomachs, scientists find

"Ghost crabs us aren't ghosts but they are ghost like partly because of their Pale coloring and partly because like a vengeful spirit trapped in your walk in closet they they want you to get out. They can't whale like actual ghosts but but when scientists studied the way that goes crabs communicate when threatened they did hear something surprising. Professor Maya degrees was part of the team at the Scripps Institution of oceanography that discovered the ghost crabs secret Britt noisy weapon. We reached her in Sea Ranch California professor degrees. What did you uncover about. These unusual sounds that the ghost crabs make right so it was really interesting in the lab. We noticed that they were making the same sounds with another. They're part of their body than their claws and a lot of crustaceans. Make these really neat. Strangulation sounds or grinding sounds that are really important for their behavior h-have yer but we heard it coming from another part of the body which was very intriguing before we find out what part of the body's doing let's hear a bit of the sound that you have recorded a growling crabs okay. That's the sound Dallas would that is great so it sounds like a scraping sound as you could tell when a two body parts scraped together and what we found is that it was actually coming from the stomach so what the animals have is a gastric mill which is basically thickly what they use to grind food in their stomachs. It's a set of teeth basically in the stomach and they can chew up food that way but we learned that they can also also make these sounds that sounds strikingly similar to the sounds that they make with their claws. Do all crabs have these grinding mills in their guts. Yes all crustaceans nations that we know of these gastric males or yeah grinding apparatus says it's pretty crazy but did you know of any that actually used the grinding mill to nor to make a sound. That's nothing to do with digesting food. nope this is the first example of really any animal making sounds communication with their stomachs. As far as we know when he first identified this sounds you could see that they weren't doing it with their claws. What did you think was going on yeah. It was really neat. The lead author of the Study Jennifer Taylor had actually brought out these animals into the lab for another study she was going to look at how they behave antagonistically to each other but then she noticed that they were making in kind of classic sound not with their claws and she got very curious and kind of brought the rest of the team to kind of figure out where the sound is coming from what what did you do in order to figure it out. I we used a laser doppler vibe Rahmatullah which is basically vibration sensing lasers to able to pinpoint where in the body the sounds coming from so that told us that the sound was coming from the body cavity probably this gastric mill but we need his see the gastric mill actually moving at the same time that the sound was being produced and that's actually really tricky to jail in bigger crowds. You can stick like an endoscope down L. Nancy the gastric mill moving but these are really small crabs kind of the size of your hand and when they make the sound they're moving around a lot so it's pretty hard to do so we actually teamed up with a group of medical doctors at Uc San Diego Medical Center and we use their radiology technology so basically weekly x Ray imaging to be able to make movies of the animals making the sound while they were moving their gastric. Mill says anyone x ray to grab before as far as you know you know not in this way certainly not with late human technology and medical technology so this is definitely the first time that they had stopped crafts into this machine before but it worked and it was really exciting they make this sound in order to when they're threatened when they're trying to ward off attacks or they're trying to antagonize agonize another another species so what what did you do in order to get them to make the sound they actually do it when they're in tag amazing other individuals from the same they're same species usually and so we actually able to use bodies of dead crabs of the same species and we actually even also so put live crabs in with them but really be able to monitor where they were going and kind of guide the animals were going to be doing these behaviors. Here's we used robotic expert toys and their remote controlled toys and so we were able to remotely control the antagonizing toy to be able to get the crabs to make the

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Brain waves detected in mini-brains grown from stem cells

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00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Brain waves detected in mini-brains grown from stem cells

"Scientists claim they've grown so called many brains resembling those seen in preterm babies Phil hill it explains researchers at UC San Diego created the pea sized brains by growing stem cells in a Petri dish they say the mini brain's known as organ aides are producing brain waves that could potentially mature into a sophisticated neural network the models they're working with our one million times smaller than the human brain of

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USC to Pay UC San Diego $50M Over Alzheimer's Research

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00:32 sec | 1 year ago

USC to Pay UC San Diego $50M Over Alzheimer's Research

"The university of southern california back to the politics has agreed to pay you see san diego fifty million dollars and the publicly apologize to the school for the way it rested control of its alzheimer's disease cooperative study in twenty fifteen during a raid the talent raid on it i believe that led to a highly contentious lawsuit move represent and extraordinary turnaround from four years ago when you sc took the controller programs data and contracts worth tens of millions of dollars gave jobs programs star researcher and some of his staff just another thing usa you have to apologize for

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"uc san diego" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"UC, San Diego geology, and ju- physics, professor Neil Driscoll and his colleagues, realized cameras, and microwave, technology. They were using for earthquake monitoring could be useful for fires. Just says they have near infrared capabilities, which means they can see fire at night. These cameras can be driven by dispatchers from far field. So now we have is in the back country and all around the state that once we get a nine one, one call. We can then hunt for smoke and detect where the fires are. So the question becomes, how do you fight a fire in California? And there are a lot of different theories out there. Do we need to thin the forests more and the front page of the Sacramento? Bee by the way, has an. Article this morning talking about should California burn. It's way to protect against fires in the future controlled burns while they were. Right. So this is all part of this discussion, by the way on a clear day visibility sixty to eighty miles up to one hundred thirty miles at night. And Driscoll says that they're used to confirm for the nine one one phone calls nine one one call still beat artificial intelligence machine learning. And so the, the call comes into dispatch, they can then check and confirm the fire, so the witnesses, it makes the phone call. And it's still the most reliable, right? He says, one example was recently in the north bay a man driving a new S one spotted smoke. And he thought it was coming from pine mountain. We checked our cameras on pine mountain. There was no smoke. We jumped over to Jason cameras on geyser peak found the fire called the Coyote fire and we're able to suppress it within an hour. So he cites the deadly campfire. We all know way too much about that. The cedar fire in southern California. These are examples he says of devastation that could have been stopped two hundred eighty thousand acres and almost made it to the great Pacific water break. So we saw four years to the day, two thousand seven the witch fire also hundred eighty thousand acres, right? Almost the ocean. This cameras of good you so far, and more conscious one tool, right? All right. So the garbage Bill and one local city is skyrocketing in some cases quadrupling. What's going on? We'll have that story in three minutes. Always.

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"uc san diego" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

Grumpy Old Geeks

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on Grumpy Old Geeks

"UC San Diego. Trauma surgeons has number of scooter injuries, increasing really really. Yeah. Oh, yes. I love this. And he's just seeing like just drastic rise in it. Now, the thing about the article that is great all of us are scrambling to find out how big of a public health concern. This is going to be most of the time. They say they were doing something stupid says Dr Kobayashi about fifty percent of the patients that we are testing our intoxicated on either alcohol or other illicit substances substance shocking. This is what happens when you put them in tourist areas, like Santa Monica here or mission beach. Yeah. Da people would go out to the bars. And then go ride the scooters. And then they fall down and go, boom. Yes. And they get an Ouchi. Sometimes they'll be all she so he'll be all she Meru. I know I know. Oh, you can't win on a scooter. That's the whole point of it. That's right. You got to reprogram you. Do Paris is in the news. Now, they were going to find you one hundred fifty dollars for riding a scooter on the sidewalk, and if you park your scooter like poorly, which a lot of people do of the asleep thirty five euro, fine or blessings of God to be covered in dog poop, Harris. Oh my gosh. Sidewalks like the scooters have to be disgusting. I never even thought about that. In San Francisco. They're just covered in man poop. Yeah. Ooh. Ooh, they need a need a scooter wash going around that could be a new business. You just go around, and you know, wash your scooter, sir wash your scooter wash scooter. Yeah. Because they're expecting forty thousand scooters to be in France by the end of the year. Jeez. That's a lot. That's not just Paris, France. And yeah, I was like that's just Paris. That's going to be ridiculous saying that by the end of the year, they want to create twenty five hundred dedicated parking spaces for the scooters. Yeah. The problem is you don't need just dedicated parking spaces, especially in a city like Paris. I don't know the last time you were there Jason. But the the sidewalks are packed like somewhere to ride them. There's you can't ride them on the sidewalks. And you can't ride them on the streets. That's for sure era streets are ridiculous the sidewalks ridiculous. So I don't know. I really don't again it comes back to like, my first argument when these things first appeared in Santa Monica, great idea, we don't have the infrastructure for it. And who's going to build it? And who's gonna pay for it? Yep. Yeah. Who's going to pay for these twenty five hundred dedicated spots. You know, I going with and he's going to do it. Or they'll tax are going to get screwed in down in Texas. The state Senate has filed a Bill that is going to try. And like, basically give some rights back to the cities to say that oh, you know, you have some rights to say what these scooter companies do in your towns, you know, they want to increase the age requirement decide whether a scooter can be parked or ridden like where it can be parked ridden. Penalize people who don't follow the regulations require riders to hold a driver's license and raise the age of the riders. So if you have two things that should have existed in the first place. Yeah. Yep. Not having to people on a scooter and only allow scooters on roads that don't have a bike lane. If the speed limit is under thirty miles an hour. So if if there's no no sidewalk, and you have to ride on the road. But it's a forty mile an hour speed limit. You can't ride a scooter there. They're good. So I mean, it was it.

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"uc san diego" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"On the campus of UC, San Diego it connects the West End of the campus city, and it's right dead center in the middle of the campus. It's been a long time coming the idea started in the nineties it took about two years to build and twenty million dollars. It's going to significantly reduce the time. It takes for students and staff to get across campus right now, I would estimate that they would have to drive around on coming through Genesee, perhaps probably taking them about twenty five minutes to get from one side to the other and this should cut it down to a couple of minutes. It's also expected to ease parking demands and improve air quality San Diego State university's hosting a meeting tonight regarding the future of the mission valley stadium site. This is the last of three meetings on the university's plan. To develop the site into SDS, you west this evening session. We'll be open to the public to answer any questions. People might have. It's being held at the mission valley Marriott at five. Now. Here's Bill Holland. With the latest from Wall Street stocks lower today after a five we gain a pullback from technical resistance hit yesterday as China US trade talks will not include this month. Maybe and continued weakness in the European economics and markets. So Yellen says feds gonna cut interest rates if Europe doesn't improve the treasury ten down four to sixty five oil prices down a dollar thirty and fifty three and very cautious first-quarter corporate to Holland Dame. Seven sixty kids.

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"uc san diego" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Prager. Sandiego union Tribune reports. Today about UC San Diego university of California starts referring to Latinos and Latinos Latino or Latina cts because we don't want to give away gender. Got me make you cave, but he doesn't make you male or female. It is not possible to overstate the damage that the universities are doing to our society because air run by the left, which means they're run, by fools. Not all liberals, were fools. But all leftists are, and they may be nice, by the way in their personal life. Kind generous all good things. Unfortunately, however, that doesn't matter when society. The new California gender recognition act. That's the new California rule. Begins take we'll take affect. January first. So listen to this terms and practices change over time. They love the work change Roddick impulse. Said Dayo f gore. What does day? Do you know? It's an increasing number of names that don't offer any gender. An advance they consider that in advance an ethnic studies. Professor UC San Diego. It doesn't mean that is zero sum game. The important thing is how do we think about the changes you understand what he just said? What does it mean? It's not as zero sum game. Okay. I'm just curious. I I don't understand that either. The important thing is how do we think about the changes? It gives us a chance to be open and speak. This is meaningless. This is this is meaningless words. The union Tribune asked Pettit Pettit is the woman. Becky pettit? I assume she's a woman she's got the name Becky, but you never know anymore. Becky Pettit UC, San Diego's vice chancellor of equity diversity and inclusion you know, how much money they wasted universities, these idiotic positions these destructive chaotic positions. Vice chancellor of equity diversity and inclusion. For those of you who think that the world if it were governed by women would be better just look at the universities as you have more and more of these deans or female, if you think the universities are getting to be more serious intellectual places, then a world governed by women is exactly what you would like. The union Tribune asked Pettit? Whether some people will view words such as Latina as inactive political correctness leading to blowback against the campus. This was her answer. I think the nature of higher education as institutions is to create spaces for resistance. Did you happen to see that? Yeah. You did. You said it got worse and worse. Space. That's the purpose of college to create a space for resistance. Will you what the resistance to what to everything that you hold? Dear. That's what it is. Resistance to western civilization. And for people to redefine themselves. So you there there were three purposes of a college institution, according to Becky Pettit. Who probably six figure income? Pay by my taxes. This is what she thinks the purpose of a university. Is you ready? Create spaces for resistance. For people to redefine themselves and for people to redefine the world. They want to live in. That's it. My friends. That's what that's what Mitch not to pursue truth. It's not to pursue excellence and beauty. It is not to elevate students to become better human beings. Nope. It is to create spaces for resistance for people to refine redefine themselves and redefine the world. They want to live in redefine that's more than fundamentally transform redefine. They are redefining. I don't understand why parents. Parents look most people they don't understand the battle. It's over their head. George H W Bush may he rest in peace didn't understand the battle. Mitt Romney doesn't understand the paddle. John McCain didn't understand the battle. I'm talking about people who were served as president or ran for president. Bob Dole didn't understand the battle. Entire world of never Trump. Republicans doesn't understand the paddle. Their battle is with with Donald Trump not with the people redefining civilization. That's not a big deal. But Trump the way he speaks. That's a big deal. Yeah. So not not not plenty of people are fighting, but not many. Can you say plenty, but not many? That mutually contradictory. Wow. The major of higher education is to create spaces for resistance. These people are bored out of their minds America's so good. They need to find a way to make a niche for themselves. Just getting married and going to church and joining the rotary club and having a home with a couple of dogs in a couple of cars that is the this is this is their nightmare. It's not exciting. Get it. Bourgeois middle class. Life is just not.

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"uc san diego" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Hi, everybody. UC San Diego starts referring to Latinos and Latinos as Latino or Latina a lot of ways of financing and L A X. Less their gender. Be implied. This is a major issue that almost nobody seems to care about. It's not on the radar. When the notion of male and female was being destroyed by the left in the United States. What did what did the media focus on collusion? Alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia. See this is what the left does it focuses your attention on non issues while the changes the society radically. It's brilliant. The average the average Republican doesn't even know that this is going on. And it's not just UC San Diego in the in the UC system. That's also UC Irvine. The university of San Diego. That's not UC San Diego university of Santiago holds a Chicano Latino graduation. Why did they have their own graduation? Because dividing Americans by race gender and class is the left wing way of destroying the American identity. American identity is is in any event considered a Nazi term American identity is a dirty word. You are watching an assault on civilization take place and most Republicans, certainly the Bush family is unaware of it. These are good people. Good people and wisdom is not the same thing. They're they're decent. People all over the place. To understand what is happening to your society is not the same as being a loving a person in your private life. They're not generally related. Colleges and universities are among the first places for new words and language to appear. That precise. Let's precisely what's been happening over the past couple of years. UC San Diego. It is no longer uncommon for a person to announce their personal pronouns when they introduce themselves that a meeting, for example, a person might say my pronouns are he him his or she her hers? Or they could ask to simply be referred to as they because their gender identity doesn't neatly match that of a man or a woman. The issue of gender identity has surfaced in the way students apply for undergraduate admission to the university of California system students can now choose from heterosexual slash straight. Bisexual gay and lesbian to describe the sexuality. Why do they even describe their sexuality when they apply? Under gender. They can elect they can select gender non conforming gender. Queer transgender trans man, trans male trans woman, trans female. What is the difference between transplant and trans male? I don't know. Do they making a selection, which is voluntary can be confusing? Some of the terms aren't well known to the general public and some of multiple meanings. The UC says that gender queer refers to a person who's gender identity, and or gender expression falls outside of the dominant social norm of the assigned sex. Sex assigned by nature. Isn't it? Interesting. You hear all the time. Oh, God made me God made me gay. God did not make you mail. God made you k but not male. You see they use language relevant. If the language is true. It's what makes an emotional impact. The new California gender recognition act is likely to make all of these terms. More familiar to a wider audience the act which begins to take effect on January. First will make it easier for people who are transgender non binary or intersex to obtain state issues ID that specify their gender. When we come back. I'm going to read to you, an an ethnic studies. Professor UC San Diego said about the purpose of going to college. Then you'll understand the waste of money that you use when you send your kid to most colleges, especially the UC system. Can they get a good education? Yes, they can. There are a lot of things that are possible in life. Can they also have them the alienated from everything you cherish? Yes. That's that's even more likely. I am sitting on the X chair three one of the most remarkable things I've ever advocated in terms of sponsorship. The X chair is what I sit on. I have like most I think most Americans some back issues. Sitting is the worst thing you can do that. I happen to sit a lot the chair is therefore critically important. The x three the new X three chair is mind blowing..

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"uc san diego" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

09:57 min | 2 years ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Yesterday. My column came out on the issue. I raised on this show that just happened in the last week or assist reported about the Dutch. Man, the Dutchman who. Would like to change his birth certificates date of birth because he feels twenty years younger than he is. Says if you can change the sex on your birth certificate. Why can't you change date of birth on it? I have no answer for it. And that was the point of my column. Theodore dalrymple, brilliant, man. And in perhaps now, I don't think there's a more significant journal in the city journal. There's of course, the Wall Street Journal editorial and opinion pages and the and there's that and there's and there's some great websites. I'm just there are truly brilliant websites. That have great writing in them that are on the right? The thought on the right is so much deeper than the thought on the left. I get all the left stuff. I subscribe at some cost the New York review of books. And I I spoke to you. About the staggering peace. By Yale historian of the holocaust. Comparing our time to the lead up to the holocaust in Germany. That I will not be reading any of his works. Because I just assume he's a fool, and he may have a lot of facts, but I have no desire. If you declare yourself, a fool, I have no desire to review, and there's a lot of competition in holocaust studies, for example, whom I could read, but he turns out. To be a fool. To have. So disgraced his his holocaust work by comparing what is happening in America. Incidentally, I have told you many many times my motto I came up with this in the nineteen eighties. I wrote it being on the left means never having to say, you're sorry. So how exactly did the Democrats win the house of representatives? If if this country has gone through a thorough -tarian, ISM and fascism. See they understand truth is not a left-wing value. So they will say anything they can be effective. Then when attorneys out not to be the case. They don't say, oh, gee, we were wrong. Maybe the country isn't fascist. Maybe the the president has had zero authoritarian tendency. Maybe we have just as much freedom as we did under Barack Obama wouldn't it by the way? That's not true. We have more freedom. The government intervenes and fewer people's lives than the Barack Obama. So that's the irony of that. Or here's another one. This is just been published here in the San Diego union Tribune, which is not known to be conservative newspaper climate contrarian uncover scientific error up ends major ocean. Warming study. Did you hear what I just said? What? The San Diego union Tribune is reporting that one of the biggest arguments for manmade global warming turns out to be a fraud. Inconceivable play that again. Conceivable. Yeah. Oh that can't be high. I thought that the I felt the people who were contrarians with the anti science crowd. This is in yesterday's San Diego. So I guess today's physical papers yesterday today's paper. Researchers with UC San Diego's Scripps institution of oceanography and Princeton University recently walked back. Want that to sink in folks walk back? What is a one word summary for the two words walked back. Retracted. Oh. Scientific findings. Remember something? The left is always wrong. Let's put it this way. The left is always wrong where there is substantial right-wing difference with it. I mean, if a leftist says that gravity causes apples to fall from trees, the leftist is not wrong. But with there is a distinctive leftist position. It is always wrong. And it is always poisonous. But is a force of chaos. You should you should be ashamed of yourself. If you're a leftist, if you're a liberal, you shouldn't be ashamed of yourself. But you should start fighting the left because that's the threat to liberalism. Not not the right. This is I know a revelatory most liberals what the left is a bigger threat to liberalism than than the right? That's correct. That's exactly what Alan Dershowitz says. I don't think he's voted for publican president is life. All right. So researchers UC San Diego's institution of oceanography Princeton, Princeton University recently, walked back scientific findings published last month that showed oceans have been heating up dramatically faster than previously thought. Oh, the headlines on it. It was dominant. It was. Yes. Front page USA today of shores front page, New York Times. Exactly, right. Sure. Was it was a big item on ABC CBS NBC? This is this is his publishing at the San Diego trip released. It look at least it's coming out in a liberal source and not not not a conservative source alone. In a paper published like Tober thirty first in the journal, nature nature is the most prestigious of these journals, researchers found that ocean temperatures at warmed sixty percent more than outlined. This is the original paper and nature is this is the most prestigious science journal. The most prestigious medical journal is a New England Journal of medicine. All right. So just to make things clear researchers found that ocean temperatures warm sixty percent more than outlined by the United Nations had to governmental panel on time of change IPCC. However, the conclusion came under scrutiny after mathematician, Nick Lewis, a critic of the scientific consensus around human induced warming posted a critique of the paper on the blog of Judith curry, another well-known critic wasn't she Georgia. We had her on the show. She's a she's an astronomer was take a look see if I'm right if I'm right if I'm right you owe me Donut. No, you don't care. Why would you get a doughnut? She should a proctology. Climatologist? Okay. That's what I meant. I heard allergist. He was talking to me. I just immediately went to proctology for. No good. I was right. So we we had a run. So the doughnut or not. No, no, no. I don't want to I want you to only one I have no interest in a Donut. Yeah. She's terrific. She is a gutsy climatologist. Yes. Exactly. She, but she's not the university of Georgia anymore. If I'm not mistaken, they make life too tough for you. It is the scientists have been poisoned by the left almost as much as the as so-called social sciences. The conclusion came under scrutiny. Let's have this Nick Lewis on this very big deal. A critic of the folks don't know because e. You rely understandably on mainstream news for you news. You don't know how many scientists do not support the the three prong? Remember, it's three prongs to the to the global warming scenario one the earth is getting very hot too. It is caused overwhelmingly by human beings three. It will lead to an existential crisis of survival for the world, you have to buy all three if you if you differ on one, you're you're you're no longer in the camp of the of the Al Gore world, you're no longer there. Protecting and conserving the earth. The conclusion came under scrutiny after mathematician, Nick Lewis, a critic of the scientific consensus around human induced warming posted a critique of the paper on the blog of Judith curry, the findings of the paper were peer reviewed and published in the world's premier scientific journal and were given wide coverage in the English speaking media Lewis wrote despite this a quick review of the first page of the paper was sufficient to raise doubts as to the accuracy of its results, by the way, forgetting global warming, and the hysteria surrounding that the great that and the Russian collusion that too great left-wing hysteria of the of the contemporary era, and the second is patently ally is pure lie. The first is complex and it borders on lie. But it it is more complex the second is pure lie. We bathe in left wing lies. That's why they keep calling up Donald Trump liar because they throw as much modest possible to have a smokescreen for what they do. Do you? You must understand from this. How much the scientists have been perverted by.

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"uc san diego" Discussed on FBE Podcast

FBE Podcast

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on FBE Podcast

"But yes, I just don't go to church enough to really call myself like, you know, Christian or Catholic or Mormon or anything like that. Were you raised with any type of religious things in your life or like kind of Christian? When I was like younger before I started moving around within like my city. We used to go to this church but wasn't really like like it would just be like children bible study, which is pretty much like color in this photo of Adam and eve. So it wasn't really like superintendents and that we moved again, and then there was no church where we moves on that note that we're done. What are you planning to study in college right now, majoring in visual arts and film at UC San Diego. I am thinking about possibly switching to like art, transferring out to NYU or USC or one of those, like more intense film schools when Tsai like finished some of my GE's and stuff. And then hopefully like my dream job is to be a little like travel around the world making like movies, TV shows, commercials, music videos. I really wanna do music videos, but yeah, so we've bonded over the years. Because of your love of film from young age, you were telling me this when I met you pretty much. So I've loved watching the shorts that you've made. What is your favorite project you've directed so far? I have two favorites one. I made my sophomore year. It was a music video was originally to Alonzo Ray song, but I really wanted to set it to festival. So I had my friend who I think assigned to capitol records now I can't tell you who it is, but she ended up making a song a day from an. Within it. Actually, she was the main character. So yeah, it was very beautifully done. My friend Ben, my mentor at the time he directed it. I like kind of helped not really and then like the graffiti and stuff, and it was just like, it's probably the most beautiful piece of thing of ever made in my entire life. So that's why it's like Jose like a special place in my heart, and it also has watt a lot of like first place awards in film festivals. And then my other second favorite is what I made for college admissions. Actually, it's called my sweet Vivian, and it's like about this girl who meets up with her internet boyfriend. And then he basically like kidnap ser and it's like there's a plot twist at the is just it's easy. Anyone can watch these. So most of my foams are in festivals. Hence they are not published anywhere because they're not allowed to be. However, some of the sometimes festivals will put them out and there. There's also like a lot of stuff on my and not a lot. There's four videos on my video including both of those I just mentioned. So if you go to video dot com, slash Ray canola should show up a half some on my YouTube, but like I don't have everything out there, but you can always Email me if you wanna see stuff I can give you like a private link. I recommend watching, especially if you're interested in films, shows growth from young person. I shared see such difference between the stuff you were doing a few years ago. The stuff totally vested interest, so you should too. Yeah. Anyway, what is your dream person to work with one day in a movie or TV show that you might make? Oh my gosh. Okay. This is like super random. This isn't even a famous person. There's this guy named Jacob. Jacob Owen sees a music video director. Mostly. I would love to work with him because his cinematography is just so nice. Like I watch Israel's and I cry. There's also. I can't remember his name, but the guy who's been directing a lot of Arianna garage music videos. He made a Kendrick Lamar's. Shoot, what's it called? Oh my God. I can't remember it. Humble. Oh my God. The biggest music? Yeah, I, I kept thinking damn, I'm like, no, that the album and I don't know why blend. But yes. So he made humble and it was really good. I don't know. The guy's name I can't remember right now. He's also directed Arianna his last two music videos and they're just like really, really good to work with the have some experience with these other directors. Yeah, for sure, for sure..

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"uc san diego" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"I was on the call president is now having this very moment. I was invited. As a Jewish leader is to be one of the many turns out, which is fine. I don't have any problem with that. I just I just debated. Whether I should stay on that and have Allan talk to Heather McDonald. But I'm gonna talk to Heather McDonald. So Heather, I've taken you over the president of the United States. Oh, man. I'm not going to tweet about this or. But it's true. It's funny. So alad is listening in if there's anything interesting that happens he'll report reported afterwards. But I wanna talk to you. First of all folks, this the book that she has just come out the diversity a delusion how race and gender pandering corrupt university and undermine our culture. This is this is this is. She. She has I don't think there's anybody who has studied this more than she in the United States and is more clear on what is happening. The examples you gave I cited your article with regard to now there is a -firmative action for females in the sciences because this was an amazing quote. I think you've got it from UC San Diego. But correct me if I'm wrong, they have said the right answers are not what matter did I get that. Right. Well, there's there's complaints about too many facts. And yes, the idea that science is involved in right answers is a patriarchal racist oppression. That is not how we should define scientific excellence any longer, but simply being communal, and as a Pennsylvania university of Pennsylvania medical school, Dr and oncologist was reprimanded for giving an exam in the pharmacology of of cancer drugs that was to fact-based what should watch. Should it have been if it was to fact-based? I'm not kidding. Did they give an alternative? I think I think you're probably supposed to allow people to heal to to to describe their their sense of oppression from from the the the sexist medical profession, presumably that is ignoring breast cancer. Which is of course, completely fallacious. I don't mind boggles. So the sciences I've I've been saying for decades now the universities outside of the sciences universities outside of the sciences. That's the way I generally put it, but it's not true any longer. Absolutely not. It's true. Neither in the universities, nor in the corporate world the National Science Foundation. This is what's really shocking. Trump has done a lot to deregulate and try and get the bureaucracy in check. But he has not touched yet the National Science Foundation. They're spending hundreds of millions of dollars of taxpayer dollars. Try to pressure academic science departments into hiring by gonads and melanin completely irrelevant to scientific achievement. They are spending millions of dollars on ridiculous studies. In intersection -ality, your your readers that are completely up-to-date on on the academy will know that this is the latest coinage to try to express the utter awfulness of what it is to be a privileged college. Student today, if you happen to be one of the ever growing number of victims and the world at large is following suit. You know, our biggest tech companies like Google like Microsoft are putting gender and race ahead of scientific competence and in hiring. There was a a lawsuit that's been filed this year against YouTube because someone in the human resources recruiting department was ordered to not interview white males for entry level engineering jobs. No matter how qualified they may be that the fact that they were white and male disqualified them from from consideration Dennis this puts our competitive edge. So at risk. Well, it puts decency at risk could put science at risk. It's the Americans are no longer individuals. We are members of races. This is unprecedented except for obviously slavery and Jim crow. Well, and the lack of of historical awareness is is stunning. But obviously the left gets around Apocrypha see with a set of even more absurd claims by definition, they say victim groups such as blacks cannot be racist. I we saw this in the response when. Web based tech writer named Sarah John was given a position on the New York Times editorial board in July and web sleuths uncovered of a long string dating back years of her Twitter posts that were very viciously anti male. She was treated as somehow an aberration. In fact, she's simply a banal completely predictable product of the American Academy everything that she thinks about sexism. And and and and the toxicity of whiteness is directly an academic import. But her defenders went on to say that don't you know that only whites can be racist. Only whites can violate the equal protection clause. This is ridiculous. I've spent a lot of time in Harlem covering the good people. They're covering the thousand. Thousands of bourgeoisie citizens who support law and order, but I have come across. The the most unbelievable anti white racism that is part of a certain part of inner city, black culture. But you're simply not allowed to notice that. Oh well. They suppress essentially covered up. The fact that Louis Farrakhan that was was two persons away from Bill Clinton. At. Theory for Franklin. Funeral. Well, you know, this is the the motivating idea in the academy right now from the moment students step on campus. They are inundated with the message that America is endemically racist, and sexist and most preposterously of all that to be a college student on on the most well endowed open, tolerant privileged resource field environments in human history, tolerant, of course, if you're not a conservative is to be the target of endless, literally, life-threatening, racism and sexism, it's it's completely fantastical. And what is so? All right. Hold.

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"uc san diego" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Coast termite dot com for no move out termite treatment, on KNX ten seventy newsroom UC San Diego professor is offing offering a theory on the sonic. Attacks that made some US embassy personnel, sick in China and Cuba, hearing loss nausea cognitive problems just some of the, issues reported by diplomats two years ago leading some US officials to attribute the events to, some kind of sonic, attack doctor Beatrice Golan believes they may have been exposed to what. She says is microwave electromagnetic radiation pulsed microwave radiofrequency radiations. Lead to the perception of sounds perceived as clicks or Chirps or grinding or clanging just as has been reported by diplomats she says devices used, for listening or jamming communications in the embassy Could be behind the radiation as for the, future health of those involved Dr Gholam believes they could be at risk of inflammation. Autoimmune issues and other problems Chris Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio dozen passengers and, three flight, attendants had, received emergency treatment after a can of pepper spray apparently went off by accident on board our plane flying from Oakland in Maui that. Can was, illegally taken onto the Hawaiian islands plane by a passenger One of the other passengers who has affected says the spray was so bad the crew members couldn't really do much to help applied it then they were trying to make, announcements and stuff that she was like her eyes roll tearing up and causing the plane was, already so far into the flight had to continue on to Maui where the passengers and crew members. Were quickly treated at the airport fortunately nobody. Needed to go to the hospital for, family members, were. Killed in a kayaking accident in Wisconsin a father. And his three children were killed when their kayak capsized off lake superior's apostle islands Eric Freeman and his family were vacationing when they're both took on water, and eventually sank framing and. The children aged three through nine tried to swim to a nearby island a few miles away Freemen's wife who stayed with. The kayak survive Bruce Mark is for, a CBS news eagle river Wisconsin it has been a very wet Labor Day weekend so far across the midwest Wisconsin especially hit hard that state had an additional. Two inches of rain which could create more flooding crumby air. You can see the scope of the devastation days of heavy rains force Wisconsin's Baraboo river out of its banks leaving parts of sun county underwater we actually got, a little choked up and then of course we saw the national guard out helping so thank God. For, them at least nine counties in Wisconsin are under a flood warning or watch parts of the state getting drenched with more than fourteen inches of rain in just two weeks the second wettest August, on record CBS news correspondent Kris Martinez governor Scott Walker has declared a statewide emergency legislation that, would streamline the state environmental review process for the proposed LA clippers arena here in Inglewood is now. On its way to governor Brown's desk after. Winning unanimous approval from the state Senate, and passing, in. The assembly sixty eight to four those took place yesterday as the state lead Sprinted. To complete its. Work as twenty, seventeen, twenty eighteen session came to a close clippers management which is very eager to build a new arena for. Its team and move from its current hub at Staples Center applauded the. Approvals even though it remains unclear whether, the governor will sign the Bill. Into law and l. a. fire department. Helicopter had to airlift to hikers to safety this afternoon from. An area near the Braemar. County club in Tarzana that rescue happened near the Kaaba gyro canyon trail a man and woman both about twenty five years old were struck rather stuck in an area. Not accessible to ground vehicles so they were airlifted to, a safe, area.

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"uc san diego" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"UC San Diego professor is offering a theory on those sonic attacks that made some US embassy personnel sick in Cuba and China hearing loss nausea cognitive. Problems just some of the issues reported by diplomats two years ago leading. Some US, officials to. Attribute the events to some kind of sonic attack. Doctor Beatrice Golan believes. They may have been exposed to what she says east microwave electromagnetic radiation pulsed microwave radiofrequency radiations lead to the perception of It sounds perceived as clicks or Chirps or grinding or clanging Justice has been reported by diplomats she says. Devices used for listening or jamming communications in the embassies could be behind the radiation as for the future health of those involved Dr Gholam, believes they could be at risk of inflammation auto immune issues and other problems Chris Edens KNX ten seventy NewsRadio in a series of tweets today the CIA attempted to clear. Up some myths about the. Agency making more relatable to the public here's Bill Rakoff at the beginning of the tweets storm the CIA said let's debunk misconceptions people. Have about the. CIA and. The women and men working here they said we're not gun toting globetrotting MARTINI drinking spies so frequently portrayed on the silver, screen instead, we're, ordinary Americans. Doing extraordinary things some other misconceptions according to the tweets that, all CIA officers are quiets mysterious live undercover lie about where they work and that. All officers carry guns Cal fire crews were able to make quick, work of, a small, wildfire in, the north end of lake Elsinore started Shortly. Afternoon when, a car engine caught fire in the area of Lindell and snake roads the flames raced up a hillside. Into thick brush were hand crews and air support were able to hold that fire and get. The flames, under control at five acres it was within two miles of the foot of the Cleveland national forest where US forest service strike teams are continuing to mop up and not down flare ups from the twenty three thousand. Acre holy fire gray whale wandering in the waters off Orange County. Way off schedule and grey whales aren't expected to be passing through southern California on their southward. Migration till December but there was a solitary juvenile whale spotted a Tuesday, off Dana point Wayne Perryman biologists at the southwest fisheries science center he tells KNX. His guests, is the whale got lost on his way. To summer feeding grounds in the Arctic. The few pictures that I've seen the, animal it looks kind of thin and it also looks a little bit creamy colored and bolted those are not good symptoms for this time of year. You know this is the time of year when gray whales are supposed to be getting fat enough to deal with The long migration because the. Gray whales, pretty much fast through the migration both southbound and northbound very monotonous optimistic about the fate of the wayward We'll get a live look at. Your money here's Adrienne Mitchell like in Chris marijuana is. A hot investment is Canada moves toward legalizing it American investors are. Piling into a marijuana ETF the US exchange traded fund tracks Canadian cannabis companies the ETF. MG alternative harvest ETF goes by the ticker symbol MJ it's taken in about twenty two million dollars just this month flying this Labor Day weekend you'll have lots of company airlines for America says sixteen and a half million passengers will fly on US carriers, from today through Tuesday up nearly four percent from last year and Friday will be the busiest day after the bell to locally based apparel brands catching a wave on. Wall Street guesses earnings report shows sales rising for the second straight. Quarter and shares his thanking ten percent late trading Antilles earnings better than expected the Irvine bay seller of Seraphin, skateboard clothing shoes in Sassari sing, it stock jump eleven percent after our Hours on Wall Street the Dow up sixty points. The NASDAQ and s&p taking their record streak to four the NASDAQ up seventy nine to top eighty one hundred for the first time in the SNP up fourteen to its first close above twenty nine hundred we check your money at twenty and fifty after, each hour I'm Bloomberg's Adrienne Mitchell Cain ten seventy NewsRadio California very close to a goal of clean energy not a lot of clean people in Spain today they had. A tomato Feis we'll have more on these stories less than ninety. Seconds from now, it's four twenty one If there were a children's book, about southern California traffic it would be called..

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"uc san diego" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

Talk Python To Me

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on Talk Python To Me

"Complex in regulated, and you have come on patient risks and there as well. And so I turned and looked at another very data driven domain data analysis. And honestly, it's just by kind of hearsay of so many people saying, hey, have you checked out these notebooks, they're fantastic. I've been using them for for months or years now for doing analysis. We're pretty amazing. You should really look at this. And so whereas at UC San Diego, bunch of people were using these tools for very basic biology neuroscience research. So that got me into looking in l. k. how are people using these tools to track and talk about very complex data driven work? Yeah, that's awesome. So maybe that's a good place to segue into kind of what you've been doing recently. He said, you are UC San Diego, a very nice school down in San Diego, and you just finished your PHD as a human computer interaction researcher in which is a. Sub portion of say, cognitive science, and I was really surprised how much computer programming and software is involved in cognitive science more broadly. No signs is an interesting field, but it's kind of a fusion of psychology and computer science, and you go back to some of the early days looking at folks like herb Simon and others at Carnegie Mellon. I in around the world and they were playing in both fields of developing intestinal software trying to figure out, can we model how the brain works and in there's kind of the reverse transition of people will look at the brain use that to try and figure out how can we build more efficient algorithms or computer systems with neuromorphic computing. I just finished my PHD a month ago actually. So still fresh off with that. Are you just super relaxed now? I am saying that I'm almost in this academic sabbatical period where we still have funding them still continuing to do some of the research that will talk about today, but due to my wife's job, moved to a different city now up in Portland, staying on the west coast, but very different in terms of sunshine hours from San Diego lesson shine. Maureen. Maureen, which is great. Yeah. When I moved to the San Diego from Seattle when I was in Seattle really loved the less green and so that San Diego has many benefits the the surfing burritos the sunshine, but it lacks in green. So it's nice. So you still are finishing up this research a little bit that we're gonna be talking about and then Vince time to hit the real world. Are you thinking academics? Are you thinking industry where you where you headed announcing industry? At this point on China hand, something slightly different than see with that world is like gotten a good dose of after..

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"uc san diego" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on This Week in Science

"And sells at the edge of a biofilm community tend to grow more robustly than the interior once because they are on the outside. They've got more access to nutrients and to keep the edge girth in check and ensure that the entire community stays healthy and the hungrier interior members. The biofilm interior Sindh electrochemical signals to members of the exterior saying, send us booed or something along those lines and these signals hall consumption on those edge bacteria and start. They start passing nutrients to the interior so that the interior does not starve. And also this also ruins back. We report about this talked about that affect in the past, Carl Zimmer New York Times. It was on the we. It was at the time we were dubbing it in. Altruistic thing where if these colonies are these biofilms are in a sort of famine state the outside edge ones will pack nutrients e to the interior even if they themselves are starving to death and dying. So he's the signals from the interior to the exterior are important enough that the cells an extra will ignore basic biological instinctual built in programming for self-preservation, and we'll feed the interior. And now we can see basically that there's a signal that is coming to them saying to do this Cody voice of just of Larkin UC San Diego. So feeding the the about the allowing nutrients to pass to the interior. This keeps the interior fed well enough. And if a chemical attack comes and takes out some of the exterior cells, then the protected interiors able to continue in the whole population can't survive. It is essential that the. Chemical signal be consistently transmitted all the way to the biofilm edge because that is the place where the growth must be stopped for the community to reap the most benefit from this signaling and approaching their new study. Researchers sought to explain how thorough communities are able to propagate these electrochemical communications signals. So it sounds very brain like right ion channels like they don't have of course neurons. There's not these pipelines of connect conductive sending ions up and down between the cells. So they have instead structures to relieve he's electric chemical signals known as acts on these are bacterial communities which that's the neurons have this. So they're trying to figure out how were they doing it. So they went through all kinds of data began collaborating with Purdue University. This is Andrew Mugler and jailing Gye who proposed the idea that her collection at theory could explain how bacterial communities may be propagating..

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"uc san diego" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

Bulletproof Radio

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"uc san diego" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio

"After they have to get better and those are those are engineering problems i mean that's that's that basically just requires capital engineering those are solvable problems you know the most thoughtful person to me on this topic is a gun larry smarr and i don't know if your readers familiar with larry but i love larry i've actually held his three d printed colon in fact i took a picture of his own took a picture on a sushi place like with all the trimmings and i put it on whatever twitter and i said can you tell me kinda sushi this is looks like sushi but it's actually his this is uc san diego scientists ease complete ass yes oh so larry larry's close friend and actually we're having we're having dinner probably in about three weeks until the question is can you take the types of insights not you but can one take the types of insights that larry has generated through just raw computing power and you know sheer brute force in in how long will it be before we can take that to the masses and as you probably know larry's whole story i mean you know larry's basically the guy that single handedly figured out his own gi pathology just through sequencing and understanding how colitis could be related to these patterns so yet there's absolutely something they're using point we aren't there yet intimate technology i don't think we're ready for primetime yet which which means you know let's let's keep rooting for it i.

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