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"university edinburgh" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:26 min | 4 months ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Journal. And they have found that the closing of schools in response to the Corona virus could actually increase. Overall deaths resulting from the disease. Researchers from the University of Edinburgh Reevaluated model produced by Imperial College London earlier this year. The one that gave us the $2 million, Yes, but they're now saying that closing down schools Prevented the spread of herd immunity. Therefore, it is likely that's the reason why we're having increased spikes in the United States and in Europe. Now, because of you, we didn't let the younger folks get it. And develop immunity, and now it could lead to more deaths. That's according to university, Edinburgh and you couple that, of course, with the spike in reported cases of suicide and attempted suicide. Of psychologists and psychiatrists having their workload double or triple in some cases, because the patient load our people who are desperate and lonely and alone because they're locked in their homes. This has been a scientific nightmare. And now, of course we have folks out there, Shawn saying You guys should all skip your Thanksgiving dinners. What if we wear a mask and social distance and wash your hands? I'm sorry. We don't trust you to do that. We are the government. We no better than you are. Now sit down and shut up. It's a 20. We're here with our good friend Vinnie Steel with ReMax community videos. Maryland real estate expert Happy to have him here again this morning. Good morning, Vinnie. Happy Friday. Indeed, you know, with the way the real estate market has been over the last few months, I know your kind of fielding a lot of questions. From people considering selling their home right now. Yes, That's right. So it's really critical time for somebody looking to sell their home right now, anyway. In your options is the weather started to get a little bit colder. Maybe considering he's away from next year. They don't have to make a move right now and for others that want or need to make a move. Now they're totally different kind of situation where they need answers to really questions like how much money it will put in my pocket after the home. Homeless, old expenses paid others waiting, wondering about the shift in the marketplace out suspected there. There holds value and we have customers that need some direction. I get to be able to get their home range for the market. Lots of questions that we've got good answers for many for the person who's thinking about waiting until next year to sell. What do you summon them? Well, Bruce, if they're thinking about making a move in there on the fence, we're letting them know that there is no better time to sell their home. Their right now for a levels a through street level, coupled with steady appreciation we've realized this year is created a unique opportunity for sellers. We have fires reaching out everything all day looking for homes are market area. So when somebody is thinking about film their home, they contact us. We simply do a search for this database. The buyers and waiting come up with a list of potential buyers that many times our relative heat more than their list price. And work with whatever terms at the cellar mate they want to meet. So so what about someone that needs to sell right now? That needs to know the specifics on how everything is going to work. Yes, And that happens a lot with really surprised that so many agents out there that don't provide basic information up front. When we meet with our clients to go over extensively Data point identify what a fire would be willing to pay for their home. In today's market. We go over all the various closing costs. They know on the first day how much you're gonna be walking away with the cell with people, so there's no surprises on bacon make better plans when they know the exact numbers. And finally we'll walk through the house. Tell them what to do. Most importantly, what not to do in order to be able to get their price in whatever timeframe they need. That last thing is just tremendous today because people don't know how to stage their house. Plus, you know, if you can't sell it, then you step in. You buy another price acceptable of them. A video. It really doesn't get much better than that. I agree. Called Renny Stephen Today for 10 793 16 16 14 793 16 16 Vinnie, as always, Thank you so much for sharing your expertise. Appreciate it. The following is a paid political announcement after Kobe. We'll need to restore our lives and our economy. I'm Andy Harris and I will work with our President, Congress and local governments to do just that from my district. I have a proven record of getting federal help for our schools, the environment, the opioid crisis, agriculture and more. We can return to our record, low unemployment, rising wages and thriving businesses, and I'm on the ground, making it happen. So please vote for me. Andy Harris for Congress. I'm Andy Harris and I approve this message warning say, 23 traffic and weather on the threes on talk radio 6 80 wc the other years rain showers Both harbor tunnels, But nothing major. There. 95 8 95 again about 99% of the vehicles were traveling with their headlights on right now. Shall be prepared to that keeper traffic with the rain showers as well. The main span is open. Russell Street dry the Washington Boulevard area, 95 coming off that section of Camden Yards, no problems, but then on Russell Street And the B W Parkway have the ongoing construction of Waterview Avenue and Annapolis Road Beltway. Some areas getting some rain. We see the light rains arrive now on the jfx. So watch your speed between Northern Parkway the ranch downtown. I'm Chuck Whitaker with traffic and weather on the threes. 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"university edinburgh" Discussed on Un Poco De Todo

Un Poco De Todo

08:30 min | 5 months ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on Un Poco De Todo

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"university edinburgh" Discussed on Un Poco De Todo

Un Poco De Todo

08:30 min | 5 months ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on Un Poco De Todo

"Prenatal. By multiple knows Elia corn. Companion. Siphon. LESS AMANDA OR FIEN Say, keep the owner Ella Myers and get any L. Internet. One Toyota costarred playstations in. Stations Cinco is. Like in the Hanada's zone, they less cost less the Sony. Sony Kapoor S. owner combined. K. Blower how Nintendo. Border Canes WHO'S Sony Lebron. Delay there they own it goes Hawaii goes. He aren't they happiness the Nintendo. Yet, our Nichols Gone Serum Cape is in says, but I knew. Ada. L.. Boom. Though eight APO to see the storm they hung up the. Cassette. Will see room. Nintendo. More. I'm Linda. Liz Nieto I suppose Julia Hurricane Norton our in the near owner calls lack on serum. So navio story the Geraldo CEOS nor kitting US airport cain no loss no solders. INTENDO canal. Appropriate competency. As he, Komo Net flicks say freya blockbuster easily oversee over and they're all show hiatus WHO BLOCKBUSTER THE HOOKING O. Nintendo Tambien Lady Hooking. Noah Sony. L. Playstation. La Church competitive. He thought he has not an inaugural report. Blockbuster area they only. Got Extinct them intricate Nintendo in control logo they say. Thou. besiegers ask Cornelia Gamecube. Lincoln Contra or therapy Aso Macau. Button. Dixie. Cooney say McCullough as a medical consultant delays or Lacquers natty forensic Komo we where were you Yada Canal? Nintendo. Switch gears. Noah seeded Connecticut in data naming graphic was in three Sony Microsoft Saint Okay University Edinburgh almost office early annoy starkly in his own experience defending. Calls who's Exeter for Castro's. Dorian intendo. See idea they oi NFL medical macos view who I was. But being sell castle playstation sink. Magnus on playstation quadrennial next books one jetstar. The Lucian Daniels this. into. Each, day sold out did at Proxima Basho Jack Gordon locates a car Cohen seen during the frames policy. Corn Sta. Think Mueller here in tandem eliminate. Secada I go there Elliott talked and feature Nauseam we exit also. Or. K. simplemente no. Not. Paseo by I go the Rally Avid Dominican. In context persona, Que Komodo with Amazon CEO hose. All can on a kid when's freed the vertical care or drown infamy that K. this way their. Cow. Sad. Daniel with at least MAKINA rally advil to. Noriega most. Stores Ltd.. Kiss Havis don't mean to silence I, Go Kane over meet the WHO are. Being the experiment down? Kamala. Vein, and that has. Narrowly at. Our. Elementary Sunni. As waiter a Dan wait a full class question. They Microsoft Kitty. Okay who's Morocco Celeste. Your. Own aboard the entertainer holiday see lower tre or in does knowing. These lousy internally as whenever too soon, Boko Massu Ltda Conrad pick grass the manager. Gave Al-Tara Sierra, doors graphical scape. Wireless Larry in three laissez essays a now controversy. E lasts area Akis case. In different thing wearing. So per questo. Go the book air the task. Combine. Yes. Isaka Soni Very Latte Ask who? Secreto Poor Katie Hill miss the wound you. Remember having. Worth Randall Author Coalesce Lebron, rank it to air pressure. C. You almost. Or the playstation three ask again in Osaka on eight. Doth onerous. All. Save Data Audra. Border Cave put questors Nagoya what the? Wave also. The. Graphic process our. Glue came as a quota, the nearly allowance bladder. Angels Bring Cebu Pierre then. Eleven dealer in Orlando. But His I am young s been there for Canada. Memento Sega how indebted meal consoles. Brace, Yo did the. Yard Passer Sarah Sarah Communes has about the this year to numerary console us. Very Siren de Newroz NATO. Indonesia's Microsoft Schwab Data Wamba. SOLTA TAP. At us. DC. When Oresanya to do? So, Ago Address Lesser Monopoly Sarah. Langa Kun. Sue. But Don Gaze on this guy. He's yeti threes, bearable leppin name which echoes US giant. Agenda in Los Angeles and Orange nauseous you Dan. Villa? Window David. He and company this ESL Komo's appropriate e and Sata. To. Es. Comedian Santos's Shawny. Mostra when I spoke on this upward. Gaze final fantasy DNC space. Land The square INEX- and this casino Komo Square soft. Allegra final fantasy. came. Up finally goes Delaware go there on. One. Classical in Colorado. He's your K. and our own where all the action. Easy Motrin Motorola Lasser They. All Talk Africa's. Dando L. Bombasle. How finalist Ariza there they see exclusive Batta playstation. Sink. But on a phonetic. The Royal Role. Good attitude. When would be better through? Or K.. Lack, of Sola. They Microsoft Noise Mohicans airport. Mutuel goes they're all..

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"university edinburgh" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

02:54 min | 9 months ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"We need to know how government that will take a drill on those shoes lukla authorities. Except for this disease is starts does not acceptable at this stage. Reg Ask Professor David through Dr of the University Edinburgh. What she expected to happen once time restrictions eased. Do. You think it's inevitable that we could see increase in cases of currencies. I'm very sorry to say that I think it is right now and looking at the numbers. The only thing that might send say saving Linda's is the good weather and the warmth virus does indeed die outside quickly, but yes, it's incredibly worrying because the numbers are not low enough to have testing a tracing system takeover, the country's manage to exit what we wanted to getting to was where community transmission is eliminated that you have clusters of cases appearing and. And that these are like little fires, you keep extinguishing as needed through having testing and tracing system that can quickly monitor and catch those sit coming back to the question of schools. We want to be having sex. She testing in schools. We need to be teaching treating schools like how we've treating hospitals in care homes these are institutions that need to be monitored and teachers need to be tested. Older students need to be tested. We don't have those. Monitoring Systems in place. And finally the joint need of the National Education Union, married by stead, told Ridge why she thought it was important that schools them holiday should not be cancelled to make up for landing time lost during the pandemic teaches were the most unpaid within any profession. Many are exhausted already, and they need a holiday to recover I'm the secretary of State in south has said that in. One of the few things that I agree with W, Williamson Synon-. That teach should not be. We do support activities for children over the summer holidays and I think given a full answer about what we do support. Address teaches happy working working extremely hard. Many teachers have been working OUGHTA even. Than they, do normally. That's all for this week. I'm Casey pools and this podcast producer Matthew Taylor don't forget to subscribe to the Coffee House. Shorts focused on it in store, and if you enjoyed this podcast, do subscribe to daily Evening Blend Ema. It's a free round of all the political news each day alone analysis and Dario what to expect next just go to spectator dot. Cody came forward slash evening land. Thanks for listening and join us again next.

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"university edinburgh" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

11:23 min | 11 months ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"You see this home to the half. The shakers either art that noise that sound. Just dump it. Right in your. And then I'm gonNA hotline with a little bit of a bidders you can find these at Meyer target pretty much store by label fall off. So I'm just GONNA go right over top with some betters. Delicious guys ever. That's fantastic question when you make your simple syrup use specific entity so you get us any part black tea because black tend to be the strongest in Long. Black Tea was what I had on. Hand you use any bacterium's earl grey brexit's or anything like that. I have an ingredient that I want to ask you if you've ever played with eighteen twenty one tenture. It's their ginger lemon at specifically not that one I have on some ginger bidders at work that I keep on hands. They're really good. If you're just looking to add a little bit of a white flavor to depending I've been using this with basically doing in place of bidders for Manhattan Manhattan other words not a lot of rest and listen. It's been really nice with the job armchair spice to it and then I got one more. Let's see so. Where do you get all the wonderful toys biscuits because it has a little bit of sweet in almost prudence but a little bit better on that so Jamiat the answer? Is that eighteen twenty bidders. I don't know if you guys haven't been Michigan. They're they're pretty much getting all over the place but they are made right here in Atlanta I'm in Atlanta and what's cool about it is. There's a place that is called market here when it was opened before we were all shut down. And there's a lot of different shops in there and they actually have their kitchen where they make this but they supply all over the country so they'll have cocktail glasses. Gone to a number of them and you get to experiment and try new things so we have to get them some Joe for their next cocktail class. Yeah come back to Charles with a couple of questions. Yeah for sure. So Yeah Charles. So the book you wrote the book Just because it was like such an undiscovered history. Just what what? What is the crux of it? What caught your attention. I about that in one thousand nine hundred five year well on the whole the whole thing for me started. I was a senior at Western on in two thousand five and I had a sports history class that I was taking and I just come back from the University Edinburgh Scotland without a research history. Like I was like spitting year. I've been studied B. Like research historian your whole life. Kind of thing and In my senior year at Western taking this this sports history class again like it's like a basket weaving class right like I'm like this is GonNa be fun. You know something like you know. Burn a couple credit solvable. Saving something like this anyways. At some point I will want me and my friends hang out by my apartment one night and just like drinking beers and that and we had one of my friends had a Detroit Tiger Media Guide and we were just going through random trivia. Questions I guess and one of them. I was like what you're the Tigers when their world series I'd never even known that and so So we looked at it was nineteen thirty five in that at the bottom of the page. It said Did you know that not only did? The Tiger wanted the championship but the lions and Red Wings at one. There's two in the nineteen thirty five and I and I was like I never heard hard choice or span of a red automobiles at least know enough to know the main stories. That seems like a pretty big story to know about house. I wasn't sure how how was I never knew that before. So anyway. The subject to this for the sports history class tried to page paper for this class in in could not find enough information to fill a two page paper. And that's what really jumped out to me was like I mean like I say I am a research. Historian I just got back from the University of Edinburgh Scotland. I can't write a horrible researcher because I can't find amazing favor. Or there's no information out there. You see in so in so I kept on following pursuant a little bit and I made it my sister Brad from western and that when I saw when I watched the original newspapers is when it really opened up I was like. Oh my God like this. Like every single day is like Detroit. City a champion. This team just did this and this team is that it was like I was worried. You know worried about filling a thirty page paper But then once I opened up the original newspapers on my thirty pages isn't even going to be enough like this is. This is the biggest story I've ever seen. It was just an unbelievable and so did the thesis And I you know I did thesis and then afterwards after I graduated it was like I kinda put it on the shelf for for a couple years but the more I was like on the shelf more was like Pakistan. It's not finished. You know it's not finished you know and so I went back so I Actually thought about the idea to start my own company up like a book. Publishing Company Brighton at you know writing a book on this thing you kind of launching the the company with this my first book and And so I did so. I going to Detroit Public Library and really make a full-time investigation of a in in Phnom really the Big Real. The big thing for me was like miles right in that first book is. I'd never heard of camping day. I'd never heard of it and I was just. I remembered that I'll never forget the moment I was sitting there in front of this microphone. Real in just reading about Champions Day and I'm like my God like there's a holiday that celebrates this year I mean I couldn't believe it But I'm split at the more unbelievable thing is almost like a sense of light like It was more of like a sense of like beer than anything. It was weird sense of like now. It's your responsibility to tell the world. I if if I like. When's the next time? Somebody's sitting in a microphone. Web Looking for information on this particular year. I mean nobody's done anything about it for eight years like when's the next time Giles? Giles April eighteenth will never be the same for me again. Okay excellent have a look at the case. Because it's fascinating the wick like ninety percent of the wikipedia pages just like I check it every once in a while. It's just new information. That every time somebody puts their newspaper archives online it just gets linked to the page. And it's like I learned just reading the wikipedia page. We should at least party. For God's sake what we do every every April Keith. Huge party at Masonic Temple in Detroit late last year was free beer the east or the eastern market brewing coffee where it was my invite. That's what I wanted. We were all. GonNa throw a big party on April. Yeah when that was when Joe Louis was supposed to debut at the Michigan State Golden Gloves Tournament. Restorick museum has the has a replica. Lindell Bar Seaman late insulate. Use that as a double occasion to bring an kegs of beer from the Easter market ruin. Cosby's been great. They've been fought sponsored party last three or four years and So they brought in Kegs. They actually have it actually have a city of champions. Ip a which is like ten percent liquor whatever as as rows drink in their last year. They had a couple of too many. But you know maybe not to to not enough so it's just a ball vault. I've had some snacks delivered. Wonderful also wrote the first book on the story itself and then when I was done right in the first book on the story I realized that there was still way more that needs to be done because even when I was finished the first book I was I was the players themselves. Were Justice forgotten the story and so I kept on pursuing sussman up six years work on I. I wrote two more books on it called the players and so I've got three really. Does the city champions trilogy in the now I've actually got a screenplay for movie. I wrote about seven hundred pages. The I spent a year writing that so I actually have a screen. Play for many series like Netflix mini series. All already to go miss ready to go since I can build it around Joe Louis. Man All Jolo. He's assume the first two episodes saw the first fell in love with Joe. Louis and you know I told the story two times. I went to his grave site and going to tell you the energy is there. Yeah well the thing about Joe Louis says that you know. There's there's been all these Hollywood movies by like Muhammad Ali. There's been a movie on James Braddock for the Cinderella story when he took place in nineteen thirty five. He'll there's only there's there's there's one on the raging boll. There's numerous boxing movies out there. Thing is there's never been like an a-list Hollywood movie made about Joe Louis so crazy like I mean the story Joe Louis the night especially nineteen thirty five. Nineteen thirty five Joe Louis. On my favorite comparison is that is the is to use Cinderella Movie Cinderella Man. If any because you know we all have seen Cinderella Ma'am starring Russell Crowe Hundred Million Dollar Hollywood movie when when I look at some of the old when I look at your fellow Joes life. Those films were made in a period of time where African Americans were not provided with platform to really presented the way they were well. But I'm saying like there's a lot of relatives alleged from those early movies. Well Yeah but I'm saying like nowadays in the twenty first century has been y'all a movie on Ali on James Bragg this movie on all these guys worse Joe Joe. J. J. J. can tell you a little bit about that. Jay J. J. One of those digging. I founded this together by the way Charles are in in J. Why don't you talk a little bit about that? Yeah the Muslim factor save Joel Project. Yeah we we needed to do a presentation and all of a sudden we got an email that asks us to watch video and it came up. Charles view sent me an email at. Jj AT JOLO IS BOURBON DOT com. I will send you the link. It's not a public video but it's It was a story of Joe Louis and save me. Joe Louis was the movie you had Mugadza. Junior over Winfrey Denzel Washington at about a three minute trailer. That would just you know really goosebumps and you mentioned the moving alley. What happened with that movie as it got bumped it at the last minute?.

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"university edinburgh" Discussed on What Really Happened?

What Really Happened?

09:50 min | 1 year ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on What Really Happened?

"These would make for interesting episodes so I looked them up on the Google machine the first story I told came from a video on twitter it was posted on April twenty four and had been viewed nearly two million times but as I searched around to get more details about this story small fat ax seemed to change in some telling of the story Michelle with that house in Boston was living somewhere in the middle of nowhere apparently in the woods somewhere which certainly sounds more scary when reporters tried reaching out to the woman who posted the story Care Patton they didn't get a response in fact nobody has been able to prove anything the names of the people involved the person who I told or reported the story law enforcement don't have records of any of the this nothing it has become clear both of these first two stories are urban legends there are of course any of examples you can find in which there were tender dates gone wrong tinder dates and FAC in which someone was murdered but not here and all this got me thinking Howard urban legends forms however they changed what makes an urban legend spread across the world will for starters what even is Serban Legend Good question so an urban legend is typically a story that gets passed around through Word now the person in person that's Matthew Hudson author of the seven laws of magical thinking and a writer for a lot of reputable public Nations Science Magazine The New York Times Magazine The New Yorker Atlantic monthly you get the gist and usually has some sort of salacious kind attempt that makes it very memorable kind of sticky in your memory and it often has some sort of warning embedded in it and so they can be things like tales of of some weird murder or it could be a sort of advice about some active us a product runway then something terrible happens there like a mental virus can mutate suggest like any good story or or Emma CTO or myth they can sort of evolve as they get passed on but there's usually some sort of central theme or idea that holds together all the different versions long lineage although elements of an urban legend may have truth in them they aren't as a story Well you know real now before we get to the juicy stuff I got bogged down on one more part of this phrase that I find interesting what is is the urban in urban legend I think urban legends are called urban legends as opposed to just legends because is a lot of them are situated in the modern everyday world like when you think of legends you think of maybe God's or ancient war heroes or magical forests or something like that whereas urban legends are like if you eat too many pop rocks your stomach explodes that kind of thing like these are things that are situated in the built modern industrialized world things it might encounter energy early life in in a city or suburbs something like that so next I wanted to know what is the anatomy of an urban legend. as most of us have found out the hard way getting into debt is easy getting out is hard once made this movie that cost me a pretty penny knowing like did know in bought it no one's ever seen it except for me especially if your credit score isn't great thankfully now there's upstart dot COM mm-hmm the revolutionary lending platform that knows you're more than just your credit score and offers smarter interest rates to help you pay off high interest credit card debt upstart goes beyond the traditional credit score when assessing your credit worthiness they actually reward you based on your education and job history in the foreign of his smarter interest rate they make it fast simple and easy to check your rate in just a few minutes once the loan is approved and accepted most people get their funds the very next business day over three hundred thousand people have used up start to pay off credit cards or meet their financial goals see why upstart is ranked number one in their category with over three hundred businesses on trust pilot and hurry to upstart dot com slash w. r. eight in what really happened to find out how low your upstart rate is checking your rate only takes a few minutes won't affect your credit that's up star dot com slash W. R. H. So next I wanted to know what is the anatomy of an urban legend there are a few factors that psychologists have found that make urban legends particularly not or cerebral one survival Hudson wrote in one article our ancestors evolved in an environment too dangerous question themselves every time they thought they saw a lion or second guess every story from a tribe member so we've evolved to pay more attention to information that is closely related to survival and reproduction makes sense right you put someone's life on the line we're GonNa care a little bit more number two a warning researchers have also found that urban legends that have to do with a hazard are more believable than ones that are not the ones that have to do with benefits so for instance if you hear that paypal's have attacked a certain number of people that's GonNa stick in your head more than pit bulls are actually really nice or it can do a particular trick or something because it makes more sense to be aware to threats in our environment because if you forget ETA pitbull as dangerous and then you get attacked by pitbull that's a lot worse than forgetting that it can that they're friendly and do some some trick another way of saying this is that bad is stronger than good serve downsides of underestimating hazards are a lot worse than the upsides underestimating benefits number three and I love this one dinner table conversation telling people about something horrific something that they should be aware of even if not totally true can make you feel reliable a trusted source and in some cases even if it's untrue it won't stop people stubbersfield an assistant professor in psychology at Heroin University Edinburgh and an urban legend expert and researcher what a cool job but that doesn't necessarily stop it from being successful in terms of being transmitted around it just changes the the reason oh I people are spreading it around so I think sometimes people aren't necessarily spreading these stories because they believe to be true sometimes it is spreading them I think the good stories in the trees getting away if a good story and sometimes I think people are spreading them as kind of example of your can you believe telling this story is obviously untrue story itself is still being spread but the framing can be quite different and this right into number four repetition said Matthew Hudson if you hear something a lot you're more likely to believe it it happens even if we on a conscious explicit level don't believe it so for instance if you hear a couple of times that the Atlantic Ocean is the biggest ocean in the world you're reading of the the truth of that statement increases even if someone asks you okay what's the biggest ocean though in the world and you correctly say out the Pacific Ocean not the Atlantic Ocean so urban legends play on the subconscious or intuitive processes so that even if you can consciously check them and say okay that's not actually true or not have like one or two or three elements of it that are kind of weird or counterintuitive as opposed to having none which just makes it just a boring story that you're not gonna remember later or having a lot of things which just makes it really confusing and and you know unbelievable and you can't fit it into your existence belief system so in.

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"university edinburgh" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

5 Minutes in Church History

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on 5 Minutes in Church History

"Welcome to five minutes in churches hosted by Dr Stephen Nicholson where we take a little break from the presence to go exploring the past asked traveled back in time as we look the people events and even the places that have shaped the story of Christianity. This is our story family history. Let's get started. Welcome back to another episode of five minutes in Church history on this episode we are once again on location and the Museum of the Bible they say that here at the Museum of the Bible they have seventy two hours worth of content within the walls of this museum but we only have five five minutes and so we don't have time to look at all the great treasures but we're going to focus on one treasure. We're on the fourth floor. This floor tells the story of the Bible through artifacts and even starts before the Bible with just the history of writing cuneiform tablets and then it gets to a very exciting part of the museum for me and that is the part dealing with the reformation and I'm standing right next to a fascinating Bible the placard next to it identifies it as Lutheran Pastors Bible so first. Let's talk about who is Lutheran Pastor. Luther Pastor is Yohannes Hanis Vegan Haagen he was born in Poland on June twenty-fourth fourteen eighty five and he died city of Berg on April Twentieth Fifteen fifty eight as a student. He was not impressed with the reformers at all. FX He I read Luther in fifteen twenty eight when he first read Luther the arguments just did not convince him but then something happened as red luther a second time in fifteen twenty three and he was reading eating the Babylonian captivity of the Church and as he was reading that he was convicted of the truth of the Gospel and he was also convicted that he was is in the wrong church and he needed to get out of that church and go with Luther so he made his way to Berg is a great scholar so he became one of the professors at the University Edinburgh and he also became one of the pastors at the Parish Church at Saint Mary now Luther was also one of the pastors at Saint Mary's Church he two names for Buchen Haagen. He called him. Dr Pomeranians and Pomerania is the area that we know today as Poland so luther was calling him the doctor of Poland. The title that Luther had for him was my pastor. Luther needed a pastor this pastor to so many needed a pastor and he looked to Yohannes Buchen Haagen so that's the losers authors pastor part now we need Luther Pastor's Bible part and what we have here is a Latin Bible. It's beautifully printed. It's two columns and it's the Latin text the wonderful thing about this. Little treasure is it has gone. Huggins notes fall through it. There's only one note in a hand other than Bougie Hawkins and that note has two little initials after it P. M. and they stand for Philip Philip Malinche. Somehow Philip Malinche then got a hold of this Bible. Maybe he thought it was his. I don't know and he wrote a note in it. Then he signed his name to it but but all the rest of the notes belong to Bougie this was the Bible that he would have used to study. This is the Bible that he would have used for his personal reading and this is the the Bible that he would have used for his sermon preparation and this Bible was here and the Museum of the Bible. It's a testament to a number of things. It's a testament to the fact that luther sought out a pastor that he knew he needed someone to hold him accountable and not only did he say. Bougainville's huggins was my pastor. He also said Haagen was also my confessor. This was the man who held them accountable and also reminds us. That luther wasn't alone. We we sometimes have this vision of losers. He's you know Contra Mundi Luther against the world standing alone. The reality is he had colleagues and one of those colleagues was honest Bogan Haagen boob huggins legacy can be summed up in three words. Pittsburgh and the impact on Susie had vitner number two Pomeranians remembers hometown Poland. We had an impact there too on the church and the number three pastor because if he was luther pastor will then he was probably a good pastor and that's Yohannes Michigan Haagen and this is Bible and I'm Steve Nichols on location for five minutes in Church history for more ordination or to listen to past episodes. Please visit five minutes in Church history dot com.

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Getting to Know Luther's Pastor: Johannes Bugenhagen

5 Minutes in Church History

04:24 min | 1 year ago

Getting to Know Luther's Pastor: Johannes Bugenhagen

"This episode we are once again on location and the Museum of the Bible they say that here at the Museum of the Bible they have seventy two hours worth of content within the walls of this museum but we only have five five minutes and so we don't have time to look at all the great treasures but we're going to focus on one treasure. We're on the fourth floor. This floor tells the story of the Bible through artifacts and even starts before the Bible with just the history of writing cuneiform tablets and then it gets to a very exciting part of the museum for me and that is the part dealing with the reformation and I'm standing right next to a fascinating Bible the placard next to it identifies it as Lutheran Pastors Bible so first. Let's talk about who is Lutheran Pastor. Luther Pastor is Yohannes Hanis Vegan Haagen he was born in Poland on June twenty-fourth fourteen eighty five and he died city of Berg on April Twentieth Fifteen fifty eight as a student. He was not impressed with the reformers at all. FX He I read Luther in fifteen twenty eight when he first read Luther the arguments just did not convince him but then something happened as red luther a second time in fifteen twenty three and he was reading eating the Babylonian captivity of the Church and as he was reading that he was convicted of the truth of the Gospel and he was also convicted that he was is in the wrong church and he needed to get out of that church and go with Luther so he made his way to Berg is a great scholar so he became one of the professors at the University Edinburgh and he also became one of the pastors at the Parish Church at Saint Mary now Luther was also one of the pastors at Saint Mary's Church he two names for Buchen Haagen. He called him. Dr Pomeranians and Pomerania is the area that we know today as Poland so luther was calling him the doctor of Poland. The title that Luther had for him was my pastor. Luther needed a pastor this pastor to so many needed a pastor and he looked to Yohannes Buchen Haagen so that's the losers authors pastor part now we need Luther Pastor's Bible part and what we have here is a Latin Bible. It's beautifully printed. It's two columns and it's the Latin text the wonderful thing about this. Little treasure is it has gone. Huggins notes fall through it. There's only one note in a hand other than Bougie Hawkins and that note has two little initials after it P. M. and they stand for Philip Philip Malinche. Somehow Philip Malinche then got a hold of this Bible. Maybe he thought it was his. I don't know and he wrote a note in it. Then he signed his name to it but but all the rest of the notes belong to Bougie this was the Bible that he would have used to study. This is the Bible that he would have used for his personal reading and this is the the Bible that he would have used for his sermon preparation and this Bible was here and the Museum of the Bible. It's a testament to a number of things. It's a testament to the fact that luther sought out a pastor that he knew he needed someone to hold him accountable and not only did he say. Bougainville's huggins was my pastor. He also said Haagen was also my confessor. This was the man who held them accountable and also reminds us. That luther wasn't alone. We we sometimes have this vision of losers. He's you know Contra Mundi Luther against the world standing alone. The reality is he had colleagues and one of those colleagues was honest Bogan Haagen boob huggins legacy can be summed up in three words. Pittsburgh and the impact on Susie had vitner number two Pomeranians remembers hometown Poland. We had an impact there too on the church and the number three pastor because if he was luther pastor will then he was probably a good pastor and that's Yohannes Michigan Haagen and this is Bible and I'm Steve Nichols on location for five minutes in Church history for more ordination

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"university edinburgh" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

NutriMedical Report

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on NutriMedical Report

"Sentences and paragraphs how to communicate but they don't teach people how to think about thinking and as a result what happens we have people that are able to passe i._q. Tests because two puzzles but they really aren't original thinkers they don't have what's called an inquisitive index. You know i don't like the i._q. Mike you which is an intelligence quotient. I like the inquisitive index okay. How are you yeah and a and this is where the problem is. If you're scientists and you go through the inquisitive index when you're doing a research paper and saying data means the conclusions at the end of it probably probably means something i found my experience by two percent of articles published by medical doctors and scientists in general including basic sciences like oceanography where i did my work ritual original p._h._d. Is worth reading the rest of it is intellectual garbage. The reason is they don't ask questions to show that they've actually selectively had pre pre-selected data for their conclusions. An alternative conclusions will be made based on the data that they've already selected or the model they have which is not a complete doesn't have all the drivers for example model climate the model of what how the body works for example does the body like g._m._o. Food for example. I had talk to five years ago. A indian doctor during researches a p._h._d. At the university edinburgh on monte de carney founded cause microcephaly a giant abdomen obesity cancer and sterility dropped the sperm count of these gerbils down to zero.

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"university edinburgh" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Some Dems back some drugs to soclean depression, taking younger age groups thing to increase the recital ideas. Decide a possibility to increases auto behavior. You go completely different views on this, and the dynamic jails quite distinct within about my, the wrong on the rich ferments depressants among young people as being somewhat of a state, while it does seem to some something with increases to inside the evidence around increasing actual suicide injury Lee week, I to whether you think that the, the right approach, we saw that question, if we thought would saying that it's important to recognize mental health born to treat early then the question becomes well, the country becomes, so what his preaching it well on the some evidence from the Princeton. General practitioner for family physicians. More likely to offer a wider range of treatment for mental health problems, too. No middle-class patients and they all move with actions. This is sort of underlying assumption that may be treatment, which invo choking therapist, over suited to people from the segments of society challenge. There's no basis for saying, I want to see more research to know that this kind of bias widespread. I just don't know what to say. We have a few minutes, mainly I wanted to ask if disparities in wealth, for example. Contribute to an increase in suicide and say there is more suicide in socio economically deprived communities. Do you think there's a risk that because of that, especially in the country like the US, where that disparity is growing? Is there a risk that the government may not devote adequate resources if it seems relegated to a traditionally underserved community? Yeah. There is a real risk. I mentioned before about national strategies, and most actual packages with fake. They live up to different kinds of long is in relation to people who are high risk because I've already mentioned, people say. Or the people who are in jail or prison. So the idea is to identify intervene, reduce the suicide risk those group, the other hysterectomy nights that will be done at some level of society, are whole. So, for instance, the, the most effective ways decide is, gene. Access to the means serve side now in some so would you sing access to forsling by to by poisoning? Do something about the way he presents fills in buffalo say, you can buy hundred you know, bills, quite strong medication in the hundreds of I'm away in, in the UK this being determined reduce that, right? Because people have to go through much more. I said, you know that because an Phil songs there's ways you, can you can you can reduce access you can inside your tricked union, you can make show that was nowhere. With people can use Creighton league show so that they can hang hung something from hangings. Right. That's that's eighty of Sota of the universal level intervention, which is which is coming across the countries that have strategies than the other bit. The house to be recognized is the role that the only broadly speaking increasing conditions to even reduce or increase the likelihood suicide. And that's where the government can do something about it. And the need to take a position about whether the rich associated with both huge disparities, wealth, and income and related to the welfare conditions peaked out of work on the general level of employment. You feed the real crucial for governments decide on to recognize that the visions they make about these kinds of conditions have have Choo defects on poppulation health and wellbeing, including mental health. I mean suicide behavior. Fredericton. Will of course motivation. Yes. Professor Platt how can our listeners read more about your research, and you're writing? Do you have a website? Well, I have a website through the university of Edinburgh is probably the best place to, to look for without going into WWW university, Edinburgh in Scotland that you can get the link to my page and access by publications in before we say goodbye, and we really appreciate your joining us is there anything on this topic that you think is important to mention that we haven't. I why issue, which which ready I wasn't. I haven't been aware of until very rich, when she's the white trends of which suicide as opposed to increased death rates for holiday among white non Hispanic Americans in crucial age, forty five four over the past decade or more in the state, and this is unprecedented three consecutive years of decline in US light expect, which is mainly because of higher debt breaks in this age in this demographic group. So it's not by on people Tokyo about is derived, his so called the of despair which account for the reduction longevity, I would say mean alcohol poisoning, suicide, probably liberties, and sarosa, which links to post to alcoholism these link between. Gene, drug and alcohol, misuse and suicide a really mild, particularly among those education in, in American of that, on the same is found not just for death. But also illnesses, what we call mobility, so reduce mental how re crates conic pain increase in the village to work people thought about this as a potential of generations. So I think it's important business. They were that the story around suicide is in this particular group of men that the rate is called the wide very concerning story, which is not only by the way happening in the US of advance in industrial countries fell, but it's important to know about this in public day. The lost generation. Interesting. Well on that somewhat disheartening note, it's really been a pleasure to speak with you, Dr Platt, and I think this is a topic that a lot of people don't think about or discuss that often, so, especially from a wider public, health and social equity perspective. This.

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"university edinburgh" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on My Worst Investment Ever Podcast

"Running there with is open. But things that you don't expect to get wrong personal perfect storm. So so the truly investment was sort of completely wiped out. Hello, fellow risk-takers in welcome to my worst investment ever stories of loss to keep you winning in our community. We know that to win an investing. You must take risk but the win big you've got to reduce it. My name is Andrew Stotz from ace dots investment research. And I'm here with featured guests. Christopher wong. Christopher are you ready to rock all the time? Oh, yeah. So Christopher Wong is currently the chief investment officer of Banja Ron asset management and alternative fund management house based in Singapore. He joined the company in January twenty nineteen previously. He was with Aberdeen standard investment. And his last position was investment director for Asia-Pacific emerging markets during his time with Aberdeen standard investments where he spent seventeen years with the company pretty darn impressive. He was a senior member of the team that managed both country and regional equity funds. He was also a board of directors for Aberdeen Islam Malaysia and a Commissioner of PT Aberdeen Indonesian prior to that it was an associate director with Anderson corporate finance acting as financial advisor for mergers and acquisitions private equity, finance raisings and valuation transactions. Christopher graduated with a BA accounting and finance from Herod watt university, Edinburgh UK. And he's also CFA charter holder like me and a fellow of the association of chartered certified. Accountants you k-, Christopher take a minute and filling any further tidbits about your life. I stopped with my career is an accountant, which is real most people say is being counter and spend one in all that I really fancy that role. No, one was young and knew no better and the easiest route Bush to take something simple, then then I managed to secure a role within the organization to do. Something slightly more exciting. Which is I mean, they IRA placements probably with the evaluations that set the the ground will to a lot of about two my pipe analysis. And then I join Aberdeen in into all won the six years, but I bend especially and this and corporate finance since they collapsed on the back of androgen, and they know what fund management more because I've been I joined it was probably like with the outfit that didn't last very long. They shut it down off the tree four months, and so essentially got into the industry by accident and EPA dean standard or that time. Aberdeen asset management was known to be what the mob stock pickers, and I sort of enjoyed that that period of time men. I was day. I learned new skews. I is it to companies I met with the chiefs of industry, and is obviously Ray to for exceed those to sell the company to you. Stupider myself and re thinking that those moments young chap giving senior management a hard time. But those moments I cherish a lot. And and all this the I had a good set of team members who work really well as a team coach was fantastic and be tribe and grew together, and for those people that know me when I joined the industrial had the full head of hair my, but it's no longer the same person in terms of my head right now. I don't need at the Chanel help the half friend in the morning. So that probably explains that is not walk in the park is buying selling in the stock market that that goes lots of work and thinking behind every position mate to the portfolio here. I am as I was telling my friends he thinks a midlife crisis. He's trying to hold my entrepreneurs skews and do something then we'll see how it goes exciting. Yes. We do keep the same hairstyle. You know, we keep it really tight. You know, trimmed really tight. It's interesting. I would add into your bio, and what you talked about is dead. I started as a sell side equity analyst in nineteen ninety three in Thailand. So the evolution of Aberdeen over the years was pretty amazing to watch along with other funds and clients of ours. And the thing that was always stood out about Aberdeen is having a very disciplined methodology and also a very bottom up methodology, whereas with other fund management companies than I talked to as a sell side analyst, you know, different fund managers had very different styles, and they didn't necessarily have they weren't built around a particular style. So as you talk about. Out the you know, getting out to visit with the CEO's and buying companies. Not just stock says you were talking about it's really really very true from my observation from the outside. So. Yeah. Well, now, it's time to share your worst investment ever. And since no one goes into their worst investment thinking, it will be tell us a bit about a circumstances leading up to it. And then tell us your story. Well, sometimes in

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"university edinburgh" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on This Week in Science

"New episode every night slate change, researchers clarified earlier findings from a study of stone carvings at one of the sites is key kept a in the modern day Turkey, which is interpreted as a memorial to a devastating comet strike around eleven thousand the strike with to have initiated a mini ice age. They also decoded what is probably the best known inch int- artwork. The last coxed less. Call shaft seen in France, the work which reaches a dying man and several animals may. Actually, be commemorating another comet strike around fifteen thousand two hundred BC or on the time. After I guess before. This was this was. Made. So the team confirmed their findings by comparing the age of many examples of cave art and the positions of stars in ancient times predicted by backwards e time traveling software that showed where the stars and constellations Ben time. It's the world's oldest sculpture a foot tall lion man at the whole in Storrow cave in Germany is it's it's a foot tall, it's carved from mammoth tusks, it's about forty thousand years old, and they say it was found to confirm or conform to the ancient timekeeping system in some way. Didn't get the details. Exactly how they did. They time keeping with the lion constellation. But what's also interesting is is that the hosting startle cave is also location one of the most mysterious Neanderthal. Fines, it's a feeler bone. About one hundred twenty thousand years old much older than this than this mammoth us. And that particular Neanderthal is the woman that was found do have interbred with modern humans. But in its ancestry. It's ancestors had interbred which would have been about two hundred twenty thousand years or more ago, which is hundred and fifty thousand years before modern humans maintained any sort of foothold outside of Africa. And yet this hundred twenty thousand year old we enter tall. His got ancient ancestors of modern human lineage. Really interesting in that they are in any way connected to this art or to the. Stellar timekeeping. But I think it is endlessly fascinating that is one little cave. Could hold so many wonderful stories. According to Dr Martin Sweatman university Edinburgh school of engineering who had the study early cave art shows that people had advanced knowledge of the night sky within the last ice age, intellectually they were hardly any different to us today. That's yeah. That's just an amazing idea that, you know, we think of these prehistoric people is so different and benighted, you know, that they were somehow less than us. But that they just they didn't have the books. They didn't have the entertainment. They didn't have time. Like the way we're talking about the neutrinos. And you know, it's it's a lifetime of information gathering that allows a person to understand how to how to create these giant experiments. You know, and they didn't have those opportunities. They hadn't gotten that far yet. They had busy gathering food all day. You can't really build super collider's or anything like that. We build off of each other. Right. Standing on the giants. Take your average tweet ager take their cell phone away and see how capable they are getting through the day. Anything or how much they actually get done? Would you might actually the case? Sudden teenagers will solve all of the issues of the world facing is today. That's this. This is important point here this there's a fallacy of intelligence. Yeah. But it's as if we forget that education is part of that is part is it's cumulative. Important factor to your dollars is amount of education that you've had amount of information gathering in storage that we've been able to do as society if you just leave that out and say, hey, look, how smart we've become completely missing. The big thing that education and information sciences done over many millennia. And on that note. You know, what time it is has it finally happened? Is it time fans? Ready Jetsons ready time for players..

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"university edinburgh" Discussed on Ideas

Ideas

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on Ideas

"James Sutherland's Hortus medicos Edinburgh, esus or catalogue of the plants in the physic- garden in Edinburgh was published. As we said in sixteen eighty three, it's a small book which you can hold easily. In one hand, this copy belonged as we can tell from the beautiful engraved are Morial book plate to William Baird of new base. Baronet new base was in a state owned by Bayard, and he needed this book to make the most of the lands which he had in the work. There's a dedication to a man call George Drummond a figure not well known, but an important figure in the development of Edinburgh, in particular, as an enlightened city. Drummond was the Lord provost of the city and responsible among other things. Things for the building for the establishment of what became the Edinburgh Royal Infirmary this great center for not only the treatment of unwell people, but for the training of the physicians to be an Edinburgh University, Edinburgh was the center and would become a great center for the study of medicine throughout Europe. Students from America from the continent would come to Edinburgh to learn what was described as the clinical method, bedside medicine where the professors took their students. This was unusual at the time on their rounds and told them what the diagnosis was or asked them themselves where it would be what was the best treatment and they're the students would observe the treatment and the cure this book a catalog of. Plants is at the center of that dynamic interaction between Dr student impatient because the plants that were grown in this physical garden as it was called a garden, then cited at Waverley station as we now know it in that area between Edinburgh medieval old town and what would become the so called Newtown, the Georgian expansion of Edinburgh in the middle of the eighteenth century in the dedication Sutherland says to Drummond, my Lord, the physical garden in this place being established an entertained by the munificence of this honorable and ancient city. It is necessary. The catalog thereof appearing now in public should be sheltered under the protection of your species name. He goes on to say, I shall not trouble you here with any tedious count of the garden itself. It will sufficiently appear to your lordship into all the world. It's not just the local people of Edinburgh need this book, but a much wider audience by this catalogue, how will it is instructive and idear bully, say, comparing it with the catalogs of other gardens abroad. It runs up with most of them either for number or rarity of plants. It having been my business, these seven years past wherein I've had the honor to serve the city as intendant or attendant over the garden to use all care and industry by foreign correspondents to acquire both seeds and plants from the Levant Italy, Spain, France, Holland, England, east, and West Indies, and by many painful journeys in all the seasons of the year to recover whatever this. Kingdom produce the variety and to cultivate and preserve all of them with all possible diligence. Here we can see a global attempt to get the best specimens the most unusual specimens, all with a view to curing the unwell inhabitants of Edinburgh and not just Edinburgh. This book is meant to go out to as as he says to a wider public. So it's the story of. Medical improvement coming from this small northern capital and being dispensed to the rest of the world. Just as though students would come to Edinburgh medical students to learn this craft. It's taking something that's intensely specific in making it universal as much as possible. That is an enlightenment, ideal enlightenment concept that was instilled in a pile of dirt in fair and area between seventeen sixty or seventeen seventies when Sutherland established the garden would have been there. The

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"university edinburgh" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Where we're good. I feel much more confident. Having you know, the big plays out of there. We gotta get more negative plays a slot corner. Mike Hilton should return Sunday. But unless something changes today, it looks like safety Morgan Burnett and linebacker, Vince Williams will not play a one o'clock kick-off Sunday. It's on FOX Thursday night. Football Tom Brady threw for three touchdowns. You know has a five hundred for his career as New England beat Indianapolis thirty eight twenty four college football tomorrow pits home against Syracuse quarterback Kenny pick. It says a panther sat to stop beating themselves. It's our own doing the penalties. You know, some drops that holding what you say it was something like that. Those those drive goes we know we can't have a twelve twenty kickoff tomorrow homecoming also on the fan with Larry patrolling the sidelines. West Virginia's home against Kansas set. Noon baseball last night, Milwaukee be Colorado. Three two in ten innings LA over Atlanta's six to nothing. There were four playoff games today. Starting with Cleveland at Houston it to for the wider wellness center. Sports desk from colony NewsRadio ten twenty Katie KYW sports. For those who think those who create there's Edinburgh for those who have really really big some common, crazy ideas. Those who've been told no no chance and not you Edinburgh. Those who break is sweating break. Hearts and Drake records for those who work harder smarter. For those who strive there's Edinburgh University Edinburgh as we get ready for.

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"university edinburgh" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

Coffee House Shots

04:38 min | 2 years ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on Coffee House Shots

"You pretty much have to go to corporate headquarters, the corporate headquarters in the UK at predominantly in London. And so you find the from Leeds Belfast burn you CASA, wherever will end up in London, and that's where they get expedients. And that's where they get basically the career as quite difficult to sort of bring them back. Some companies have done that Skycar built their team by basically encouraging people to move here. The financial community in doesn't. That's they operate pretty well because people can come to Edinburgh sort of financial career. No, that was going to be a financial career here net. There's always the way for somebody based in a major metropolitan area is at propre for me to go and work can lead Newcastle will be a job for me for life, and that's a tricky. So we do have that issue. If I asked you what are the real strengths of entrepreneur. Russia in Scotland, other many sectors weather's really clever stuff. Yes, yeah. Well, there is been computer science, universities, informatics, computer science is very, very showing here. If you think of computer science research departments and universities, Edinburgh University is bigger than the next three and in the UK. So it's the biggest computer scientists center in Europe is bigger than Kaneko mandolin. It's bigger than Stanford this bigger, the name IT. So Edinburgh University has always been very in right by the sixties. There were pioneers in the sort of area and the been very, very strong and computer science research. So the showing out for sure intelligence showing the Baltics assure language. They nosy an area that they're, you know, the have over five hundred researchers and adversity and also been quite involved in commercialization of these companies. So they built an invasion centers just next to the computer science labs and so forth. On the in college companies to get started. So I've been involved in that process as well, but that's created. The university itself is created the climate that other companies want to be nearby. So sky scanner, find your rockstar, also quite close to university because they've got pool of good graduates coming out with them so that that's been a big strength in Edinburgh, particularly, let's turn to Northern Ireland and then we'll go into talking about the three finalists we have for the for the disruptor awards. One of which is from Northern Ireland, two from Scotland. So when I think of Belfast, I think particularly of the very interesting regeneration of the the dull cooter of Balfas socal Titanic quarter, which is where the first I think new non science park was based, which is now based in several place. Around Maldonado. And so say they studio game of thrones is largely filmed and base, and I'm a huge game of thrones fans. I got very excited about that when I saw it, but I think there's a different impetus coming from the peace process and Northern Ireland which has been a lot of government money, British government, money, e you money and then in with investment from American companies and so on. In order to turn, they Northern Ireland economy in a new direction. Callum you of the also are responsible for Julius Baz business over that, what? What's your observe Asian of that. So when people think about Ireland generally Dublin's, the city always gets referenced that Belfast has just as many qualities is Dublin. And in some ways they've just been a little bit more discreet about it. They will have to member Northern Ireland and Belfast has agree expertise on about farming day expertise into engineering. And as I mentioned l. herb university. When the best universities in the world comes is Queens University, self Queens, University of done some recent analysis, and they've seen a real spike in onto preneurs spirit and investment in activity from these twenty five to thirty four. So postgraduates are now looking at setting the own draft stops northern island more so than ever and what we've seen since the Good Friday agreement from Northern Ireland, we saw many of those skills go overseas and to London elsewhere in the UK and into Europe, but what's helped over the last few years over the last decade or so is motive of skills are being retained with the Northern Ireland which is great to see northern islands being built on small businesses machine,.

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"university edinburgh" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on KGO 810

"Odds of this is kind of disturbing i just was hit but it's actually kind of funny as well there's a researchers from university edinburgh said there's many parallels between domestic cats and larger aggressive it said if your cat was big enough it would eat you so put that in your head coming up this hour we still have but we have josh boards gonna join us will talk about the academy awards but next when you meet people does your looks surprise them if they've never met youth i just met you on the phone in the media the first time what are the delay literature and they go oh you're blanco peter flare there you go next arcade here from the city the changes the world this is kedo san francisco oakland san jose the next generation of kgon axa cumulus station good afternoon i'm the humidor l more than twenty thousand residents in the burn areas of santa barbara county of in order to evacuate as another winter storm is said to slam into the region late tonight i can assure you that there is no need to panasonic harbor county supervisor does williams however urges residents to plan prepare and be ready to evacuate if ordered to do so the storm that hit late january eighth and caused massive mudslide early on january knife killed twenty one people to children still missing half inch per hour over a long enough period so share of bill brown could trigger more mud and debris flown and this is a new normal there were all having a live with the sheriff's as it is possible that the coming rain could wash away enough mud and debris to uncover the two still missing children jim roope los angeles police have set of extra security at a san jose school district after someone threatened to shoot up school campuses avas they say they are taking the tweet threatening the alum rock school district seriously but there was no active threat although police say there was no need to cancel classes are keep students at home at least one school closed for the day as.

"university edinburgh" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"university edinburgh" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"To break i mean fracture real deal fall down break a bone because you don't have enough and that's just the beginning part of it so on the positive side you know with redheads getting back to all these folks sensitivity ultraviolet light helps you know produce d in these people much more efficiently than by the way those of you who are blondes you don't do a very good job of producing vitamin d redheads do you doubt and so we have to make sure that we know what's going on you know you go back and you look studies studies are great outside this country we like do nothing here so there is a guy by the name of jonathan greece and he is the chair of dermatology and scotland at university edinburgh i get to go there june by the way it's going gonna be fun when a good tenant international conference can we have never been admirals my my wife's ancestry branch goes to scotland so anyway we're going to go up to scotland and you know we're gonna probably checks on the sings out but anyway he found that you know if you're in northern europe be get used to seeing people with the different color hair and but it's rare it's rare much more rare there to see redhead's answers that interesting and in most africa is exceedingly rare to see somebody with with red here so you got to ends the world's like wow what's what's going on here why do we still have a problem so redheads may need less vitamin d so when i see a patient of got to be very careful about how much vitamin d i give them based on their genetic background and exposure and so forth so it's not just across the board in a bringing this up simply because you don't want to run and say oh i need it i'm going to take you know ten thousand units of fifty thousand units wants a day because in fact you could be increasing the problem more so and by the way these redheads as well and this is going to segue in another piece of we're going to talk about need less killers they react extremely sensitively to any kind of painkillers and subsequently the become much more susceptible to addiction and particularly to opioids that we're going to talk about opioids in the second half of the program so i.

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