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"university california irvine" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:12 min | 3 weeks ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on 710 WOR

"With that brain. And they gave them the chair 30 NFL players who had memory problems. They would depressed. They were losing their personality. They weren't interacting with other people. It's a very bad sign. Catch the university, California, Irvine School of Medicine. Take a day gave him basically a multi vitamin. Officials on alcohol with a lock on it really hoped it was restoring their memory that was restoring her personality that was restoring their their their ability to control their anger and their emotions. There were remembering things like they're supposed to meet somebody for lunch and had a real effect on them. It had a real effect on him. It's in the Journal of psychoactive drugs and had a real effect. So I'm going to talk about Alzheimer's patients. But of course, if you're listening to me and understanding what I'm saying, you do not have elsewhere. Most people will not get Alzheimer's, but it does happen. About up to 25% of people over the age of 60 developed mild cognitive impairment, which al car with a light helps to slow down. The brain has shrunk a bit. They're really having problems with their memory. And having problems understanding things, you know, like directions to do things, etcetera. The problem is, most of those people develop Alzheimer's most of those people so alcohol with a lift if you like that data is as a way to help lower the risk of developing Alzheimer's. It really stabilizers to bring But if you already have Alzheimer sadly, I mean nobody's winning with that disease that slows down. The progression of the pathology. It helps these people keep their memory for a longer time. So here's the journal Molecular Psychology. That's the Department of psychiatry. The University of Pittsburgh Medical School on there talking about al car. They said in a double blind controlled study a randomized controlled study. Al car helps with major depressive disorder. That's a kind of depression that occurs in ageing people. Alcohol is great for depression in ageing people because it's really safe. It works really quickly that doesn't have side affection. It's really good for the brain. And they said what Alzheimer's disease. And he said both of these diseases are highly prevalent in the geriatric population. They're talking about all the different ways that al car helps protect you from depression and house farmers on that it even helps what treatment So his current medical research and opinion that's the Department of Geriatric Medicine Weddington Hospital in London, England, and it's a randomized, double blind placebo controlled human clinical trial shorts instead of your trial. It's 24 weeks, so it's about six months. And it gave people with dementia Suspected Alzheimer's, because you never 100% No, it's Alzheimer's until postmortem. They gave him 1000 MG of al car twice a day or placebo. And they said there was a an improvement and these people remembering names on remembering people's faces on who they were. Their memory was improving aspects of short term memory. That's what they lose quickly. That's why he asked you to sing same question repeatedly like that. You'll sit down and with somebody with Alzheimer's, and they'll say, Is it raining today and you say No, It's not raining, Mom. On a minute later goal. Is it raining today and you're and you're tempted to take. Mommy already asked me, but that that's not fruitful, She'll say, No, it's not raining today on in a minute later, they'll say, Is it raining today that short term memory That's the first thing to go with Alzheimer's. So they said that that to short term memory was improving. Aspect of short term memory were improving with the alcohol, and they said that there was less deterioration they were holding on to their their memory and their personality and a recognition of things longer. So his University of Pittsburgh Medical School as to journal Nora Biology of aging. Once they're talking about al car and people with Alzheimer's disease. Now we don't treat Alzheimer's. I mean that stares, doctors on hand and these places where they treat people in Alzheimer's. But I'm saying if it's good for Alzheimer's imagine how good it is for your brain. Okay, so they gave ALC are the people with Alzheimer's. Compared to placebo. Andi, they found it really meant something. And improved that many mental status there many mental test status, you know, recognizing the word horse and what horse looks like etcetera. Knowing what country Iran and what month it is. On the Alzheimer's disease assessment scale. But they found that it was repairing a brain cells. They were getting the Foster Atala Colin on a foster title Ethanol amine and a foster title of Masha tall Andi oils from krill, oil and fish oils. On the foster total sharing back into their brain cells because these make the brain cells Ana, and so it normalized all these things, and it also allowed their brain to make energy again. All of these things are trashed. What house commerce issues. So University of Pittsburgh medical schools saying Hey, al car is useful. So his university apartment in Italy the department of Internal Medicine, I know they make that that cold cut over there in Parma. They're famous for that. I forgot the name of Kohl cut. I don't need Cole coach. Yes, The International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology Research. And they gave patients over the age of 65 with memory impairment. They did not have Full blown out there had mild levels off dementia, very mild levels. They were just started about dementia. There were all 65 years of age or older. They had mild mental impairment. They gave him 1000 MG of al car twice a day for three months or placebo, and they found the same thing. The ALC are really improved their behavior their self control. They did better on memory tests. They did better. What paying attention. They did better. What? Having conversations and remembering words and faces and names. They said the stuff was therapeutic. On. They said One of the things that was doing was restoring a shuttle calling, which was shut to you before before. Now I have more studies on Ah, on AL car with people with with With Alzheimer's, and I have studies off Ayla and people with house farmers barren man al Coronel work better together. So in the studies, they're using them separately. They actually will work better if they're using together. But then both two studies with the L. A, like two year long studies was preventing further progression on worsening of memory loss. And people with mild Alzheimer's on their studies of people without card. I just read your I mean, I've studied from a university, California, San Diego. I mean, from all over the place from U C L A. This stuff works. They also believe that it helps lower your risk of developing Parkinson's disease. When we come back, I'm going to discuss how al Car restores your release the brain derived neurotrophic factor. I think that pistol ball out.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:42 min | Last month

"university california irvine" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Welcome back America. You here. It's so good to have you on this. Monday morning, The Senate begins its hearings on Judge Amy Cockney Barrett and whether or not she will be confirmed the United States Supreme Court I believe that she will be I expect that this week you were going to hear alliance defending freedom attacked in the Senate. Right Sponsors of this show great partners of ours for 20 years. That's because Judge Barrett Lectured a program of the lion defending freedom known as the Black Stone fellows. As have I. I've been lecturing the Blackstone fellows at least for a dozen years in the summer. I usually give them one lecture for an hour and a half or so on communicating effectively. And I'm in a position to do that, because I not only teach con law but I do this So I teach them how to make arguments or a lecture to them about how to be memorable. How to be persuasive about to be winsome how to conduct the conversation. They are typically one else. First year law students. And first year law. Students don't often get jobs or if they do get jobs. They're not very interesting jobs and don't learn very much. And if you're going to be And you want to get a great job you apply for a black stone fellowship. And the Blackstone Fellowship is put together by the alliance defending freedom because of donors like you. People like you support A T F. And they bring a couple of 100 law students together who are chosen from all over the country, and they've been doing it for so many years. They now have Blackstone fellows who are federal judges. Blackstone, Fellas, We're partners in major law firms. Blackstone, Fellas, we're teaching across the United States. They They started. Like the Federalist Society. They realised that legal academia To the extent that has any ideology, and it's very difficult have ideology in contracts. Ah! It's very difficult to have ideology and commercial paper. You know, there are lots of Cases that are not ideological, like evidence, not ideological, whether or not something is hearsay but nevertheless admissible, But there's a lot of the law that is very ideological. Most law professors. I would guess 90% of law professors vote Democratic. Or socialist? Maybe 95%. I am one of the few Who Is a reliable conservative, but I love to teach and teach the book. Teach the cases. You can't pass the bar unless you know what the case is, say. And I use Erwin Chemerinsky casebook and I've used her when Gemma and skis casebook 23 out of 25 years. I don't like any other case book Irwin, who is of course, Dean at Berkeley and very left. A friend of this show. When he was originally selected to be the dean at the University, California, Irvine law school. All of a sudden the chance we're out there got cold feet and wanted to fire when in John Eastman, My colleague Chapman and I rallied to his defense because we believe in Free speech and free ideas and we got Irwin. The job had been promised. And Herman and I don't agree on anything means very nice man. But we don't agree on anything. But I use this case book because you have to know the case is nevertheless. You can put a liberal spin on the court. You can put a conservative spend on the court. I try and Divide the case the coursework into here's the law. Here's what I think of it. Here's right. I think you are, you might consider is an approach, but I don't teach them other than the law. And Blackstone Fellows arrive that they're gathering early in the summer every summer, and they hear Eh? Traditional view of the law that believes the law to be applied not invented by judges and the Blackstone Fellows have benefited from great professors like when she was a professor, Judge, Amy Cockney, Barrett, lecturing to them. So because alliance defending freedom is Christian. And supports religious liberty of all sorts. They'll support it nonbelievers, right? They'll support of Buddha's two Jewish Muslim, the Catholic Mormon on evangelical Baptist. You name it, they'll support them in the in the public square, their religious liberty like they support free speech. They just Believe in the First Amendment, so alliance defending freedom What's this on? And Amy Cockney? Barrett lectured to it. So you're going to hear the alliance defending freedom attacked as being bigoted, which they're not attacked is being right wing which they're not. They're constitutionalist originalist like Scalia. Ah, like Judge Barrett is believed to be While they're being attacked. Would you please go toe and support them? How do you do that? You go to hughhewitt dot com. I tweeted this out earlier. If you go to hughhewitt dot com and you go to the very top. Of the page. You're going to see a banner that says Support religious liberty. Will you fight for your freedom? Will you fight for your freedom? The big word is freedom Question Mark. Give now. You give 50 $7500. I'd love for someone to make a big gift. Because I would love for them to shatter all their fundraising records this week when they're being attacked. Bye, Maisie Hirono and Dick Durbin and Kalla Harris when they're being attacked for defending religious liberty. Please go and support them and you can always find them at hughhewitt dot com..

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"university california irvine" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Fair number of cases because i didn't know going in at all what do they were anything they were very violent murderers and some were serial killers this is james fallon james fallon professor psychiatry and human behavior university california irvine school of medicine well through the book called the psychopath inside it has a longer title but the psychopath inside will get you there james is a scientist who studies the brains of psychopaths he lives uncalled attack on the uc irvine campus he married his childhood sweetheart when i got there he was preparing to go to a hockey game of his son the people he studies feel a million miles away from here for legal reasons james can't reveal any details about the psychopaths but some of them were famous for how heinous their crimes were james's job was get inside the minds of these killers i started receiving pet scans from the early nineties and those included killers who are psychopaths and so i looked at him and then took notes on what areas of the brain were kind of dysfunctional turns out that the psychopaths on this pattern i don't want all man thickens for neuro anatomist like me seeing patterns is everything and so when i saw that is not medicine pattern nobody had ever really talked about it busily which aim saw were these big dark spots in the brain places where there was little or no activity these were the areas where things like moral reasoning and impulse control come from the place where we manage our most base instincts there are also dark spots for empathy originates that sad feeling you have when you see someone you love crime psychopaths don't get that feeling james studied these minds for years piecing together this puzzle climbing patterns then one day james was at his desk in his office i was sitting in my office medical school surrounded by piles of printouts printouts were different types of scans all these analyses that i've been looking at murders james had a lab of tax and students working with them on this on this day one of them came to his office with a pet scan attack was confused about something this brain was supposed to basically be a healthy brain scan should have been glowing with activity noor colored red and blue and they've yellow they have green and.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

Real Time with Bill Maher

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on Real Time with Bill Maher

"Peter navarro was a university academic it i believe university california irvine he's ring papers on china none of them in meeting candidate democratic candidate repeatedly very liberal wanted to ban the incandescent lightbulb donald trump bought into his china rhetoric and brought him on board for tariffs there is not a liberal or conservative economist alive or in the past hundred years who thought they were a good idea but this guy apparently knows the buttons to push with the president but you know as with everything he made this big pronouncement and now we see him doing caveats and conditional pulling back its it is the the only consistent thing about donald trump is his inconsistency we saw him do it with immigration we saw him do it with guns with saw him do it will gorwing gays from the military the guy you know can hold more possessions then the kama sutra a good though no everybody game with no decades adults we can have a shot at no i don't think i don't think he understands that either but i do think he understands that his base also doesn't understand it really you know what i mean the tariffs and everything he knows they're going to say morning or the stock market wool that went down totally this why is this fringe economics but not trickle down ways his tax cut in prosperous times is almost no economist who think that that's a good ally we disagree with you on that i i think there's definitely a liberal conservative divide on economics boat which hardly unequal equal divide you can always find a few nuts anywhere illicit went there is very few people i think i mean the university of chicago is a prominent economic school that pushed ronald reagan back in the 1980s on the idea of supply and they have a panel now with like fortytwo economists who all said this was a bad idea he actually do but i mean.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on NASACast Audio

NASACast Audio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on NASACast Audio

"Um i got my phd of university of california irvine um dating myself here integrating seventy one time and then immediately took a job in florida of course uh much to my wife chagrin at the time um the leaving california but it was a great opportunity professionally on my phd was in neurobiology okay and so i and i was hired right out of my ph t to be the first faculty member of a brand new neuroscience department that was just starting up at the medical school to university florida so i was a job was by a sort of a dream job and i took it so i left california the first time spent ten years building a department um in the humidity arth florida island alligator's mosquitoes satiety but it was a great professional opportunity and i enjoyed that part of my career then um had the opportunity to a sabbatical came back to california to the salk institute opinion la hoya california where i did uh about a year and a half's worth of really interesting research at the salk institute um and then rather than going back to florida to my academic position i took another academic position at my old alma mater university california irvine uh and from there spent about almost three years there and then got uh an invitation to come back to washington to join federal service oh wow at the office of naval research in washington where i was offered the position and took the position of director of all of the life science in biomedical research for the navy okay which was again a very interesting position interesting opportunity and it was from that position that i got asked if i would be interested in coming out to nasa aims oh wow in nineteen 97 so that was my third time to california and uh who makes its final time well you're talking about like neuro by.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley

NASA In Silicon Valley

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on NASA In Silicon Valley

"Um i got my phd of university of california irvine um dating myself here integrating seventy one time and then immediately took a job in florida of course uh much to my wife chagrin at the time um the leaving california but it was a great opportunity professionally on my phd was in neurobiology okay and so i and i was hired right out of my ph t to be the first faculty member of a brand new neuroscience department that was just starting up at the medical school to university florida so i was a job was by a sort of a dream job and i took it so i left california the first time spent ten years building a department um in the humidity arth florida island alligator's mosquitoes satiety but it was a great professional opportunity and i enjoyed that part of my career then um had the opportunity to a sabbatical came back to california to the salk institute opinion la hoya california where i did uh about a year and a half's worth of really interesting research at the salk institute um and then rather than going back to florida to my academic position i took another academic position at my old alma mater university california irvine uh and from there spent about almost three years there and then got uh an invitation to come back to washington to join federal service oh wow at the office of naval research in washington where i was offered the position and took the position of director of all of the life science in biomedical research for the navy okay which was again a very interesting position interesting opportunity and it was from that position that i got asked if i would be interested in coming out to nasa aims oh wow in nineteen 97 so that was my third time to california and uh who makes its final time well you're talking about like neuro by.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on AP News

"You know that the associated press produces newsrelated books the latest installment is first cut first cut brings t moments than presidentialtype history to life through the vast e keith oda collection highlights include checkers the dog that was the focal point of nixon's 1950 to checkers speech and the clintons beloved cat socks first titus perfect for animal lovers and his rebuffed of all ages first peta's available on hindu look and ibooks the ap radio news i timid why the final version of the gop tax bills out texas republican kevin brady tells reporters in washington it has been thirty one years in the making and took a lot of hard work about a lot of people to make this day happen i'm proud of the tax cuts and jobs that brady says the overhaul includes tax cuts for everyone the also expects the house and senate to pass the bill next week to senate republican holdouts florida's marco rubio bob corker of tennessee both now say they will vote for the bill the flu is spreading twelve states are now reporting widespread cases of the flu including california and new york the deep south is getting hit hard mississippi in louisiana are reporting high levels of flu like symptoms the georgia department of public health says this year's flu season is likely to be a rough one around the country more than ninety percent of the influenza specimens tested nationwide are influenza a and the rates of hospitalization and deaths are typically higher in seasons when influenza a is the dominant strain it is not too late to get a flu shot i'm ed donahue nine more women have accused ninth circuit court of appeals judge alex kocinski of inappropriate sexual conduct her comments washington post reports at some of the accusations against kozinski go back for decades and include women who met him at events legislatures including university california irvine law professor and a retired us court of federal claims judge iowa state supreme court justice has temporarily ordered the des moines register the state's largest newspaper not to publish the contents of court records legally obtained by one of its reporters the iowa freedom of.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio news i took why the final version of the gop tax bills out texas republican kevin brady tells reporters in washington it has been thirty one years in the making in took a lot of hard work a lot of people to make this day happen i'm proud of the tax cuts and jobs brady says the overhaul includes tax cuts for everyone he also expects the house and senate to pass the bill next week to senate republican holdouts florida's marco rubio bob corker of tennessee both now say they will vote for the bill the flu is spreading dwelled states are now reporting widespread cases of the flu including california and new york the deep south is getting hit hard mississippi in louisiana are reporting high levels of flu like symptoms the georgia department of public health says this year's flu season is likely to be a rough one around the country more than ninety percent of the influenza specimens tested nationwide are influenza a and the rates of hospitalization and deaths are typically higher in seasons when influenza a is the dominant strain it is not too late to get a flu shot i'm ed donahue nine more women have accused ninth circuit court of appeals judge alex kosinski of inappropriate sexual conduct or comments washington post reports at some of the accusations against kozinski go back for decades and include women who met him at events later secures including university california irvine law professor and a retired us court of federal claims judge iowa state supreme court justice has temporarily ordered the des moines register the state's largest newspaper not to publish the contents of court records legally obtained by one of its reporters the iowa freedom of information council calls the action by justice davis wiggins extraordinary in very troubling but paper is calling on the entire state supreme court to lift at injunction this is ap radio news defense secretary james mattis warns russian fighter pilots about recent close calls with us jets over syria i don't know this would go some pilots uh dangerously feeling the road the to russian fighters flew through an unofficial line separating russia and american air forces in eastern syria coming very close to us aircraft delaware settles a sued over a deadly prison riot.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on AP News

"Ap radio news i took why the final version of the gop tax bills out texas republican kevin brady tells reporters in washington it has been thirty one years in the making in took a lot of hard work about a lot of people to make this day happen i'm proud of the tax cuts and jobs brady says the overhaul includes tax cuts for everyone he also expects the house and senate to pass the bill next week to senate republican holdouts florida's marco rubio bob corker of tennessee both now say they will vote for the bill the flu is spreading twelve states are now reporting widespread cases of the flu including california and new york the deep south is getting hit hard mississippi in louisiana are reporting high levels of flu like symptoms the georgia department of public health says this year's flu season is likely to be a rough one around the country more than ninety percent of the influenza specimens tested nationwide are influenza a and the rates of hospitalization and deaths are typically higher in seasons when influenza a is the dominant strain it is not too late to get a flu shot i'm ed donahue nine more women have accused ninth circuit court of appeals judge alex kosinski of inappropriate sexual conduct or comments washington post reports at some of the accusations against kozinski go back for decades and include women who met him at events by disick users including university california irvine law professor and a retired us court of federal claims judge iowa state supreme court justice has temporarily ordered the des moines register the state's largest newspaper not to publish the contents of court records legally obtained by one of its reporters the iowa freedom of information council calls the action by justice davis wiggins extraordinary in very troubling the paper is calling on the entire state supreme court to lift that injunction as his ap radio news defense secretary jim mattis warns russian fighter pilots about recent close calls with us jets over syria i don't know this would go some pilots uh dangerously feeling the road a to russian fighters flew through an unofficial line separating russia and then american air forces in eastern syria coming very close to the.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"An extra special guest this week and i am privileged to be sending in his offices in glorious import beach california edward oath thorpe is a legend in finance he is an american mathematics professor author hedge fund manager sure he is the person who essentially figured out how to beat las vegas i credit him with more lesson venting card counting of venture leave is banned him from a ton of a a ton of casinos because he was beating the house and his his first the first book was the dealer and after he did that he figured out ways of beating back a route and came up with a wearable computer and figured out after beat rolette roulette and by that point las vegas and reno wanted nothing to do with him and he took turned his attention cns towards the next challenge similar to gambling and it turned out that was investing in finance and wall street and the book after that became beat the market close edward figured out how to do things in a way that created substantial substantial returns i could talk about his curriculum vitae forever let me just add phd in mathematics taught at mit in new mexico and university california irvine that would floor welcome to bloomberg thank you for hosting us in your office expert supporter to meet you and your i'm thrilled to be here i'm going to start with some quote of yours and just have you respond them and some of these from beat the dealer chan's can be thought of as the cards you're dealt in life choices how you play them that's a pretty deep philosophical perspective tell us how you came to that well if you look back at your own life you probably have a number of.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I have an extra special guest this week and i am privileged to be sitting in his offices in glorious and quote beach california edward oath thorpe is a legend in finance he is an american mathematics professor author hedge fund manager sure he is the person who essentially figured out how to beat las vegas i credit him with more lesson venting card counting of venture leave peak is banned him from a ton of a ton of casinos because he was beating the house and his his first the first book was b2 dealer and after he did that he figured out ways of beating back a route and came up with a wearable computer and figured out after be rolette roulette and by that point las vegas and reno wanted nothing to do with him and he took turned his attention since towards the next challenge similar to gambling and it turned out that was investing in finance and wall street and the book after that became beat the market 'cause edward figured out how to do things in a way that created substantial substantial turns i could talk about his curriculum vitae forever let me just add phd in mathematics taught at mit and new mexico and university california irvine thorpe welcome to bloomberg and thank you for hosting us in your office expert support mw on thrilled to be here i'm going to start with some quote of yours and just have you respond them and some of these are from beat the dealer chan's can be thought of as the kharj you're yeltsin life choices how you play them that's a pretty deep philosophical perspective tell us how you came to that role if you look back at your own life you probably have a number of circumstances were you could make an important choice one way or another and the way you made their choice that a bigger the woman you're married if if he refected get mary of the children that you brought up and how.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I have an extra special guest this week and i am privileged to be sending in his offices in glorious in court beach california edward oath thorpe is a legend in finance he is an american mathematics professor author hedge fund manner major he is the person who essentially figured out how to be las vegas i credit him with more lesson venting card counting of venture leave his banned him from a ton of a ton of casinos because he was beating the house and his his first the first book was beat the dealer and after he did that he figured out ways of beating back a route and came up with a wearable computer and figured out of be rolette roulette and by that point las vegas and reno wanted nothing to do with him and he took turned his attention towards the next challenge similar to gambling and it turned out that was investing in finance and wall street and the book after that became beat the market 'cause edward figured out how to do things in a way that created substantial substantial returns i could talk about his curriculum vitae forever let me just add phd in mathematics taught at mit in new mexico and university california irvine that would floor welcome to bloomberg and thank you for hosting us in your office expert supporter to meet un w on thrilled to be here i'm going to start with some quote of yours and just have you respond them and some of these from beat the dealer chan's can be thought of as the cards you're delta in life choices how you play them that's a pretty deep philosophical perspective tell us how you came to that role if you look back at your own life you probably remember circumstances were you could make a other important choice one way or another and.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I have an extra special guest this week and i am privileged to be sitting in his offices in glorious and quote beach california edward oath thorpe is a legend in finance he is an american mathematics professor author hedge fund manager sure he is the person who essentially figured out how to beat las vegas i credit him with more lesson venting card counting of venture leave he is banned him from a ton of a ton of casinos because he was beating the house and his his first i book was beat the dealer and after he did that he figured out ways of beating back route and came up with a wearable computer and figured out of be rolette roulette and by that point las vegas and reno wanted nothing to do with him and he took turned his attention towards the next challenge similar to gambling and it turned out that was investing in finance and wall street and the book after that became beat the market 'cause edward figured out how do things in a way that created substantial substantial returns i could talk about his curriculum vitae forever let me just add phd in mathematics taught at mit in new mexico and university california irvine that would floor welcome to bloomberg and thank you for hosting us in your office expert supporter to meet un w here on thrilled to be here i'm going to start with some quote of yours and just have you respond them and some of these from beat the dealer chance.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"I have an extra special guest this week and i am privileged to be sitting in his offices in glorious and put beach california edward oath thorpe is a legend in finance he is an american mathematics professor author hedge fund manager sure he is the person who essentially figured out how to beat las vegas i credit him with more lesson venting card counting of venture leave he gets banned him from a ton of a ton of casinos because he was beating the house and his his first the first book was beat the dealer and after he did that he figured out ways of beating back a route and came up with a wearable computer and figured out beat rolette roulette and by that point las vegas and reno wanted nothing to do with him and he took turned his attention towards the next challenge similar to gambling and it turned out that was investing in finance and wall street and the book after that became beat the market cuss edward figured out how to do things in a way that created substantial substantial returns i could talk about his curriculum vitae forever let me just add phd in mathematics taught at mit and new mexico and university california irvine that would soar welcome to bloomberg and thank you for hosting us in your office expert supporter to meet you and your thrilled to be here i'm going to start with some quotes of yours and just have you respond them and some of these are from beef the dealer chance.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on Masters in Business

Masters in Business

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on Masters in Business

"And after he did that he figured out ways of beating back a rat and came up with a wearable computer and figured out after beat rolette roulette and by that point las vegas and reno wanted nothing to do with him and he took turned his attention towards the next challenge similar to gambling and it turned out that was investing in finance and wall street and the book after that became beat the market course edward figured out how to do things in a way that created substantial substantial returns i could talk about his curriculum vitae forever let me just add phd in mathematics taught at mit in new mexico and university california irvine at would thorpe welcome to bloomberg and thank you for hosting us in your office expert support umw here i'm i'm thrilled to be here i'm going to start with some quotes of yours and just have you uh respond them and some of these from beat the dealer chan's can be thought of as the cards you're dealt in life choices how you play them that's a pretty deep philosophical perspective tell us how you came to that well if you look back at your own life you probably have a number of circumstances were you could make an important choice one way or another and the way you made that choice had a big effect the woman you're married if if you'd fact did get married in uh the children that you brought up in how you brought them up the crew chosen life the lot of big choices that you make at some point or other and then there are things that you can't control light or your parents were and what kind of economic circumstances you were brought up in a where you where he started you start twenty yards behind these star liner.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:49 min | 3 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Of law and political science university california irvine saying that if a foreign national donates opposition research to a campaign it's an inkind contribution violating a particular u s law and cites the law but a guy i follow on twitter responds damage lachlan he says we beyond seriously uncharted first amendment ground if merely providing information to a campaign could be criminalised bear in mind that any norris amount of what campaigns do involves receiving publicity and information that nobody reports as contributions there's plenty to find horrifying about trump's trump junior's russian meeting he says maybe focus on that instead of torturing the meaning of the law he said the certainly possible that additional facts that put trump jr in real legal jeopardy but it's those additional facts that matter he says verbal if you hired somewhat to dig up new dirt that could be a contribution if they did it for free or view conspired and advance to have the dnc email hag that's a serious crime we have no ev evidence of that though in some cases receiving stolen property can be an issue though the law generally doesn't just treat stolen from mission that way yeah there's a lot of we have no evidence of that going around here now is ridicules i mean john podesta causes o'neill's to be hacked with they'll give me started on that all right let's talk about a 501 four three three zero zero nine two here on the doc washburn show johnny the n may flower your newsradio one or two point nine karn what's up hey hey i ain't no way you're vibe here going back to the the prompt occupy yeah yeah we're happy people imagining golden showers with crompton supposedly dharma filed but now got the how buying predictable it is ridiculous said it was disgusting that we even had to talk about it or auto news or talk radio and then they found that the whole dossier was fake and now this guy that apparently was emailing donald trump jr china a who came up with the the russian lawyer uh apparently is a guy that that put that whole dossier out there in the first place i i just think they're trying to set up trump jr well well over the i way we are favorite comp buyer mike you here trump and her mark potent wire joy by hard on all of you and then fly morning why by the way above my from.

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"university california irvine" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"university california irvine" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"I mean there's the for example university california irvine built our unease sports arena that that opened last fall and has already offering scholarships i'm keyarena and seattle's hosting major sports events now they they host manual doda to tournament there that's massive now insist so this is this is as uh david i presented at our recent full fast eastwards real it's here it's massive already on north america's assorted catching up to the rest of the world in this case on and i think if vegas seeing has attracted gamblers for decades on if they can now attract new generation of east sports fans who go to these tournaments in vegas and by the way potentially in the future gamble on these events on that's a whole new audience that vegas can tap into think it's a smart move yes the it'll be interesting to see what this looks like there are a few other arenas like this and it's kinda high end internet cafe so you have some space for every day gamers to come in they can sit down at a gaming station and play uh you can buy food and drinks and things like that and then there's also space to to host tournaments in league so it will just be interesting to see what the the dynamic or the makeup of those different aspects are but it makes a lot of sense to cater to that younger audience and you need to open it up for people who are under twenty one or eighteen or sixteen uh in this case the majority of people who play in watch exports are under the age of thirty five in pretty heavy teenage audience there so as i agree with mad i think this is the tip of the iceberg the company that's kind of behind the development here that's partnering with mgm they expect to open ten or fifteen of these around the us uh in the coming years i think this is their third in the us so a lot more to come here while and if you think about you know to to tony's point if you are win resorts if you're las vegas sans if you're any of these publicly traded casino companies.

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