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"university melbourne" Discussed on Hack

Hack

07:38 min | 9 months ago

"university melbourne" Discussed on Hack

"Taliban so-far been successful and suppressing. I escaped i saw truckloads of dead bodies have flared families that hosted i escape so it was brutal. It was sweeping and be cleaned. Everything locked remnants escaped that semi andy and afghan pace worker in kabul and. He doesn't think that is k. Will as much of a threat to the taliban. The taliban is not just a group our organization They're actually a culture. Are part of a tradition so the so poor religious the social support for the taliban the rule support for the taliban is immense The ice skate doesn't have that kind of roots and just into carol grace. This certainly not powerful enough and have enough suppose in afghanistan to really challenge the taliban but they certainly have enough capability and support and chrismas in kabul and the eastern provinces between kabul and pakistan should be able to mount attacks and to play. If you like a spoiler role in trying to ensure that the the destabilizing the taliban government all the afghan government or anyone else who's involved in afghanistan. yeah which raises. The question does is k. Pose a threat to the world outside afghanistan absolutely total war against the infidels. I starting with muslims so they have to purify the muslim communities and then turn all youth and other resources to the purpose at global jihad. yes. I escaped presents a very valid and true threat to international not just not just any non muslim state. Just carol also thinks that is k. Present a threat but not on a grand scale. I really don't have a very strong by comparison lead to be able to undertake that at night national basis in afghanistan regent four now consolingly sing reports of some of the the leading as From iraq and as they've tried to leave the middle east move across into afganistan but the numbers are relatively small. Pack on triple j with that story. Let's talk to greg baden. He's a terror expert from deakin university melbourne. Thanks for coming on the shore. So a lot of people assigned these could lead to these strange alliance between western countries including australia. And the taleban against i s k. Do you think that will go ahead. I think it's likely to happen in the short term whether it's nineteen to the longer term is is a question and it's problematic because that's cycle alleged drone strike on a suicide vehicle a a Improvised explosive device packed car Which reportedly by people on the ground resulted in a explosion series of explosions that killed ten people presses. Many of them seven of them as children and That apparently was a preemptive strike in an isis k. sell That sort of granular information can be gained partly from electronic listening devices and drone video but it will probably dependent on Intel shed with the taliban from the taliban and it's possible taliban completely wrong Because i didn't really control couple city says kay pulling those the city better than these guys. Then you put up the telephone or it could be. The taliban sitting america up to embarrass them For having killed so that points to the difficulties with that relationship going forward tongue taliban's involvement was in that in that strike guests and and obviously australia among other western forces bain and afganistan for the past twenty years and vc left elliott. This year would do you feel the strategy should be going forward considering these other terror groups that are now popping up in the region. Look i think our approach has to be that we need to work and hope for the best And that means we have to accept that The telephone won militarily and we have to engage with. Try and limit the brutality and give people a chance yet to get out and he's not Most of the adelaide Try and work out. Best to make sure that this new government in afghanistan is as good as it can be and also you humanitarian concerns but apart from hoping for the best they have to plan for the worst and the worst i think is a rising with terrorism They may be a degree of plausible deniability from the taliban government. They may claim that they trying to stamp out terrorist camps. I think i'll be immediate. Preliminary kyw islamic state. And either way it's going to be a problem. Herat let's have problems in the region. Greg baden appreciate you coming on. Triple j high here today. Because i saw marissa's videos on tacos dot com a bunch of other people. Yeah this is hack. And i want you to think about this situation. You've got a group of best friends. You think you do everything together and then you find out. They've held a potty. And you weren't invited. It can be so mortifying to be in that experience so imagine someone posting about that on tick talk and it gets so viral millions of people say and they start reaching out to you. This whole situation happened to annexed. Guest maurice amazes her name. Thanks for joining us on hack. Hi lobbying to be here for is what happened when your friends were organizing an event that you weren't going to be invited full but some random recorded that conversation and posted it on newstalk talk yes so it was kind of random. I didn't expect it at all. This came up out of nowhere A guy named through was walking around in new york city. Where am i both reside. And t- passed. I these two girls that were basically talking purely about their friend marissa and how they wanted to clean birthday party on a weekend that they knew i was going to be out of town so that they wouldn't have to invite me anyway to stick my nose where it doesn't belong yearnings harissa please. I just walked by your friends. And i need to tell you that the weekend you're away is not the only time that they could do their birthday party. They are choosing to it. We adhere away and we need to talk. Help me find marissa and it kind of just blew up. You've had about thirty followers at time. And it just started going crazy viral and i saw it and i was like offered just too much added up and it was. It was bad it was bad. What did you do after you saw. What was your thought process. Yeah i reached out to drew actually to the original video. And i made a response video kind of just say in like i don't really know one hundred percent of this as me but if it is like i'm gonna need some new friends so might as well as the high. I live in new york city. And i saw this video and because in the last two hours i've had over twenty five thirty people sending me people have talked to since high schools and me and i literally went out of town this weekend. I went on a road trip with my friends and one of my friends had a birthday party this weekend and she knew i was going out of town and wouldn't reschedule it and best. He's need some new friends. So let me know so you posted your reaction to the whole situation. You obviously took control of it again. What happened next people.

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"university melbourne" Discussed on Little News Ears

Little News Ears

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"university melbourne" Discussed on Little News Ears

"You for. I am my name's winston and i'm green cowboy and enzo parts per bird of paradise. Park man winstons. Dad did actually his grandfather. Technically i'm your father to you know and i love you. I'm felix part boy park. Jerry how is that possible with at iraq's california. What's like a commune immune. We're working on a newspaper that we're putting on off bathroom stalls around the world news on every bathroom stall the toilet paper get it. We're charity bird. How previously on cherry burke. How are you man i. I'm not exactly sure. I seem to well. He has my map of odd stuff. And they're looking at each other's is that sounds so weird. Okay winston towns law to the sons getting real low. Their green guy jeff mushrooms. I've never seen before. Stay right where you are. We'll be right there. Well dudes like after we talk to you guys at home to the cemetery at something. Something pretty big happened. We recorded the whole thing and we'll play it at the end of the show. Winston is safe sound. And he's with us right now but he's still he's still pretty shaken. Today's date is february. Sixteenth two thousand and twenty one mardi gras or fat tuesday. Dude you wanna tell them. What mardi gras is well. It's a carnival celebration kind of thing between the christian holidays of piff any or three kings day and shrove tuesday. That's just before ash wednesday. It's usually quite a party with masks beads now. The masks are different and covert his taken. A lot of the fun away yet did like govan's change in history and history is important and speaking a history. It's also black history month real close to the idyllwild arts they're highlighting black artists icons that inspire us daily and another place that celebrates history new jersey doing. It's that napoleon thing that's right that little guy. He had an older brother. Joseph and he lived in new jersey to nyc napoleon that french emperor. He never lived in new jersey but his older brother. Joseph he's once the king of naples and then spain and he built this huge state in one thousand nine hundred sixteen called point briesen board bordentown and like a thirty eight thousand square foot mansion. It contain this huge wine cellar art collection in this colossal library. Now the state warrenton in a land trust what point breeze and they plan to preserve new jersey's connection to royalty and the bonaparte family and turned the sixty acres and to a public park dad. That's so cool. Yup preserving history did it would be totally cool if they turn it into a football stadium and a sportscenter or maybe even like an industrial park. I think a public park is fine. But how cool would it be to go to the polian complex. Why don't you go check on. Maybe all called boxer blue and bram to talk to them about the park. They live in new jersey police complex. It's not even funny. And while i'm alone let me tell you something else. That isn't funny. This pandemic hits threatening a lotta things. Like like music in the ozarks. How has it bad for music. Well in southern missouri. You'll find the ozarks and they play some unique music. It sounds a little like this later. He kind of became bluegrass. But this music. it's not written down. Heck the old guys like me call cheek music chicken scratch and they learn music by year and they pass it down by planned together and they call him jam sessions or are hootenanny. He's and the pandemic well. Hey can't get together to pass on the music to the younger folk and the guys playing music now heck. They're getting old. Most of them are even over seventy and they can pass on the music. Because i can't get together. Music is great songs like last train. Home pig ankle rag arkansas traveler. It's sad that those sounds may be lost. I'm hoping we can get together soon. Dude like winstons. Fine what did you say about people getting together. Pandemic is making it hard for people to get together. It keeps us apart safe distances but by the time the pandemic is over will have a new way to get together. Do they make something good out of this stupid pandemic roads. How do those face masks shields. That's a lot of waste but someone from. Rit university melbourne australia. They learned how to recycle the plastic and like they're using it to create material that they make roads with it makes his end. Wow so it's gonna reduce waste and they don't have to use as much as the other raw materials to make roads. It's a win win dude. I hope they do that here. Too man. I see enough masks on the side of the road already. It's kinda sad. I hope we can solve that to You know what. I see on the side of the road that i wish we could fix know. What did all those homeless people. It's sad but there is a guy that's helping and it's kind of nice. It's actually kind of cool. it's very cool in chicago. It's freezin and this guy named robert j he's going around and buying tamales from those street vendors those guys stand by the carts outside in the cold weather he walks up and buys them all says you can go home and they do and he takes those tamales and he gives them to the homeless. So it's another win win. Great idea did we should totally do that. Yup we definitely should do more good deeds. Everyone should good people man. They're hard define and we lost a good person again recently and a good actor. Christopher plummer yup did he were talking about losing the sound of music before christopher plummer was in that movie uk napoleon complex pun was enough. You don't need to go any further. He wasn't even proud of that movie for a while. He called it like the sound of mucus. And that's not funny. Cut it out. Did he was good. He played hamlet macbeth. Richard the third mark anthony and other of those shakespeare great and then when he finally won an oscar at the age of eighty-two during his speech he looked at the oscar instead. You're only two years older than me. Darling where have you been all my life. He also said later view that he had given up trying to be like just wanted to be himself. He was good at being other people here. Who is speaking of other people. Maybe we should tell the other people what happened to winston. Yeah that's okay so if you listen to the last episode winston was lost and he found the cemetery and all these weird tombstones. One was a statue of a famous ice sculpture from town. There was a mini mausoleum devoted to legendary girdle infertile twins of iraq's fame and then there was a.

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"university melbourne" Discussed on Word on Wednesday with John Mason

Word on Wednesday with John Mason

07:34 min | 1 year ago

"university melbourne" Discussed on Word on Wednesday with John Mason

"John mason. Great you could join us watching him the weekend to straighten carroll and there it is professor says eulogy at latrobe university melbourne australia. Comments immortality has become the great question mark for the secular modern age. Belief in any form of life after death is in doubt. I'll talk more about this shortly but first if you missed the recent anglican connection online conference the thirty dollars registration you can access all the conference in your own time until may thirty one register at. Www anglican connection dot com. The reading. it's from the gospel. According to john chapter twenty verses one through ten and nineteen through twenty one a early on the first day of the week while it was still dark mary. Magdalene came to the tomb and saw that the stone had been removed from the tomb so she ran and went to simon patron the other disciple the one jesus loved and said to them they have taken the lord out of the tomb and we do not know where they have laid him. Then peter and the other disciples set out and went toward the tune. The two are running together. But the other disciple outran peter and reached the tomb. I he bent down to looking and saw the linen wrappings lying there but he did not go in. then simon peter came following him and went into the tomb. He saw the linen wrappings lying there and the cloth that had been on jesus head not lying with the linen wrappings but rolled up in place by itself then the other disciple who reached the tomb. I also went in and he saw and believed for as yet they did not understand the scripture that he must rise from the dead then. The disciples returned to their homes when preserve ning on that day the first day of the week and the doors of the house where the disciples had met were locked for fear of the jews. Jesus came and stood among them and said peace. Be with you after. He said this he showed them his hands and his side. Then the disciples rejoiced when they saw the lord. Jesus said to them a gain. Peace be with you. This is the word of the lord. Thanks be to god writing in the weekend. Australian john carroll america's professor of sociology at latrobe university melbourne. Australia comments immortality has become the great question. Mark for the second of modern age belief in any form of life after death is in dot most no longer believe in a supernatural being with provincial guiding punishing off giving. God has become a figment of the imagination. What then does life have to offer the subtext of today's elite. The words of the fifth century bc philosopher protagoras in all things man is the measure men and women determined what is value and what is not voices today pronounce on race and gender equality and rights. And so on. Interestingly in the same way that the fifth century greek philosophers drew aspects of their moral teaching. From moses say there are aspects today that reflect judeo christian values such as the abolition of slavery that said some of today's agenda stand in clear contrast to those virtues given that life and death matters are at stake. It's imperative we ask whether the account jesus resurrection is an invention. I say this because the resurrection is foundational for christianity. If it's false that's eight drink and be merry for tomorrow. We die if it's true. It's life changing. The woods of the greek philosopher. Heraclitus are apt. Lis- you expect the unexpected. You'll never find truth. For taunt discover and hard to attain and law century g k chesterton remarked. Truth is stranger than fiction for fictions the creation of the human mind and therefore congenial to it in the opening lines of john's gospel schefter twenty the apostle relates his experience on the morning of the third day following juices. Mary mcdonagh one of the women who went to the tomb ran back to tell patron john. It was empty. They've taken the lord out of the tomb she said and we don't know where they've laid him. Despite the testimony of women being treated as unreliable and insignificant in first century judaism women with the first witnesses of the empty tomb. Now jewish writer would have written this if the account what fiction. Furthermore johnny apostles own testimony rings true. It tells us that being younger. He outran peter but he didn't enter the tomb first. Peter did both sort a linear wrappings lying there and the linen cloth that have been around. Jesus head rolled up in another place. It was as the jesus body had passed through the shroud that included some one hundred pounds weight of expensive and allies and the head covering had been discarded. It seemed that human hands had not removed the body. What did it mean. John tells us that he saw and believed. But in the nick sentence he tells us that neither he nor peter understood like martha who told jesus she knew her brother. Lazarus would rise from the dead on the last day. Jones seems to have reasoned that jesus had gone to be with the father as he had said now the he not understood what jesus meant when he said that see him again physically risen from the dead. We need to grasp this for emphasizes the unexpectedness and all fantasy of what happened. We also need to appreciate how. Jesus i friends felt. When they saw him strung up across the three years that been with him at saint him turn water into wine. He'll acidic restore sight to a man born blind then even watched. When standing at the entrance of a tomb. He called out to a man who had been dead for four days. Lazarus come out for the more that hurt him. Teach an out clause the smartest minds that sought to break him. They believed that he was the son of god in incarnate then to their horror at watched him die. It heard his prayer forgiveness and his promise to the pennant insurrectionist that we read about in luke chapter twenty three that also heard. He's shout of victory. It is finished..

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"university melbourne" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"university melbourne" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"And her media come along and visit us there. We love to hear your comments and suggestions and we always replied to listeners. But now he is. Alexandra head i bear alexandra and welcome to the show. It's so good to have you with us. I am delighted to be talking to you. Jenny look header stellar career in journalism. And we'll talk about that a little later but you have now very successfully transitioned to writing fiction and you must research book. The royal correspondent is an entertaining revisiting of nineteen sixties. London through the eyes of a young australian journalist lazy. It's just one for fans of the crown for status. Isn't it now as we've stayed. You started as a journalist yourself. How did you make that transition to being novelist. As a child. I learned to read very young and i was immediately captured by the concept of story i rated raid and i used to tell stories to my classmates but i was so in awe of novelists. I didn't think i could do it. So i stuck to nonfiction when i wrote my memoir about my great grandmother rose asia. Something shifted within me. I think because just to sit the scene resume was a happily married so we thought very young woman in it woody in melbourne with a husband and a five year old child and she ran away with a half. Chinese fortuneteller zeno the magnificent the the pay a completely reinvented themselves. He said he was the distinguished dot different japan. She said she was american. They went over to london and became the toast of the town for my have from royalty in from wonderful telegram saying things like please come instead my villa in cap martin. Because princess charlotte will be an impetus. Eugenie is popping in. That thing was invented elated incredible live. She never saw a child again and that child was my grandmother. When i read the book. I use to voices one was they live told using the techniques to fiction because after all who even knew what they were saying was true. Was it false avenue and the other was grounded in fiction because it was the story of may looking for her. When i finish the book and it had very good reception. I started thinking. Maybe i could channel my great grandmother. She leaded advice a alive which was filled with glamour and adventure but most of all with the invention. I thought maybe i can do that. Term accepting. I'm going to do with a little more safely in conservatively through books and it all started happening bets. A fantastic story. We guide to get onto residual little alight. But now that you've mentioned her. It is an amazingly scandalous story. I mean in some ways for novelist tried to produce it. You might be accused of being too fantastical but how how to put. Did you know before you started to change your view of your family history as you as you to do research. I knew nothing album fan. My grandmother used to say mime Away lift me. She didn't want me so it was a family tragedy and a sense of great distress and model always referred to her. We didn't even know her name. My mother referred to her as that woman and she used to say. That woman ruined amount of slots. When my grandmother died my father who was an ex journal decided hey would track down this mysterious woman and he began to find these incredible stories and people had known her that were able to tell him about her and he was the one who said to me l. Which is what you get cold when you have had three older brothers out. You have to write this book. It's an amazing story where fact and fiction off very difficult to discern but what is certainly true with the facts of this incredible life and i continue. There is nothing weirder than reading in the pages of the millburn university melbourne paper. The age about your great grandmother scandalous divorce and her adultery with these fortune teller absolutely considering the heights that you're dead reached which will talk about us. Well but that has been optioned for tb as well hasn't it so how is that. Progressiveness is into the tv screens or would have to say this stage slowly. I have seen a script for verse episode or through. It's quite an expensive project to as old shows which are historical and also because of the locations of overseas in london and in france which are not possible to access the button. I think it's it's it's mothballed probably for the next couple of years but that's fine by me. I have plenty of books to keep writing in the meantime. Yes switching. Back to the royal correspondent. Now i think you've mentioned that this is about to be released on the us as well. Listen to sheds correct very exciting. And i imagine that. I mean the is has such an interest in the royal royal family as well that it's got a good chance of attraction good change and so it's a rags to riches story of a young sydney. Go from the wrong side of the tracks who ends up in fleet street covering the british world. The way that you talent. it's perfectly feasible. Could have happened although she did have a very difficult journey to get as was typical in those years for women in journalism but it was very much inspired by your father's on remarkable life history. Wasn't it now tennis about him. My dad's name was asha. Joel all the honorable sir. Astral as he became although nobody would have thought that this was possible because he was born to an impoverished family that lived. In one of sydney's seediest a city suburbs. His fava harry sent to him. This only ways to climb out of these dump and that's by the full. Ps the full pays my father asked and his father replied priest. 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"university melbourne" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"university melbourne" Discussed on Keep Calm and Cauliflower Cheese Podcast

"And margaret thatcher. I'm very interested. I know the mccaren who plays a who plays. Diana is getting rave reviews fantastic reviews. She's meant to be a main she'd been looked like a has has diana's mannerisms down Catch nash And vulnerability. But i don't know about gillian. Anderson is margaret thatcher. Now ahead looks magnificent. I'd love my head to be his booth. Font is that. I mean that that is a wondrous has style and made margaret thatcher was wonders anyway but however they got that to stand up i mean this is like a beehive you probably have thousands of Worker bees and many queens in that bomb. it. I would say But it is an absolute delight. But i don apparently jen. Anderson's voices ravi to husking. Load the margaret thatcher. I think it's an incredibly difficult role to play. And i'm very much looking to see how Gillian anderson dead. But that happy. So tell you i think. I'm going to get one of those aggressive myself. So a two million year old skull belonged to a distant cousin of that humans to million-year-old skull discovered in the south african cases by identified as he elliot's nine example of a distant cousin of early humans. The discovery of a scallop a small brains human. The goose coal principiis robustness cousin. Species to hammer erectus Lack of erectus. Which is salt to be the direct ancestor among humans should have fed help us the understanding of the visionary prices although the two species were around that same time parameter is robust is had Thought allow tweet tough flaunts. Maybe it's closer to the American friends with big teeth. It probably went white back in those days. I'm beating eating vegetables and ended in just a of Of mammoth i suppose But interesting so so. We've got erectus and Principiis robustness a small brained creature. I wonder if he was slightly orange and embalmed with very long red tie around him could be similar but yes relatively large teeth in small brains represent divergent evolution experiments says angelina jolie opinion intelligence in the australian that research team in latrobe university melbourne. While we were full linear should one out in the end. Two million years ago the fossil record suggests that prompted us. Robusta was much more common than hummer erectus. Scape andy harris. Never member of the team said. The scottish showed the beginning of a successful leniency Robustness that allow themselves to survive in south africa for many years like all creatures on a to remain successful. Our ancestors adapted and evolved in colds with the landscape and environment around them. These changes took place during time. South africa withdrawing out leading to the extinction of a number of Contemporaries and mammal species is likely the climate change produce environmental stresses that drove lucien within the this robustness decides not a particularly attractive looking looking scholar. But but i. I honestly think it's got a slightly yellowish to pay on on top. There is a slightly cheeto orange color to dig deeper and find that two extra long Extra-long tie and We might we might know the origins of our incumbent president here at the moment that sound you can hear the background. Sounds like sneezing. It isn't me trying to snow up. A lotta tea leaves. It's actually m jack. The rat terrier becoming Robert sense nostrils incense with the smell of pizza so he gain is saying how you doing man. Is this up stasio pizza. Maples downstairs. And you're recording his gutty pug cost so with thanksgiving coming. next week. I think his nap. Time to discover what nigel lawson with do with a nineteen new kitchen rules to copy so she first of all she says Put up the christmas tree now in our first glimpse of niger. After sunset of reich. Conic bridge as open with bridget. Jones's sandra in the background. She sitting crosslegged on a well as lever armchair surrounded by t lights wool affair lights in the visible gun. Behind it There's more water than a winter wonderland in relation. You get christmas tree out now. Normal rules do not apply because of the pandemic. Let's bring some cherry holiday. Christmas spirit into your living rooms right now. number two pick lee road. Just just been steeping off means of red onions and vinegar for wile. Then you won't be able to follow along. Luckily i'm sure you want apply to anybody reading this. I'm pickled. Onions are an essential along without milk. Sourdough bread she likes it pickler onions. Apparently now i think. I think it'd be a wonderful gift for anybody close to you to get you know. Create a guard jarred pickled. Onions is not difficult to make. You just need the malt vinegar and the permanence hair and you know in by rounded Maybe one of those bomb jaws on his old-fashioned joss but the pick london's in there. I think i think it's a lovely gift for everybody. Shrift endeavor fossil also make your mob. I think that said. That's that's a destiny type of has we've had the pub. Which is the posh bob. After victoria beckham. Nigel is messy long. Bob is called a mob. i'd now i'm shorter the size long on taupe so i didn't think i could do. The mob never knowingly under salt is a good mantra for life although impotent on your t. shirt you might get sued by. The antisocial delivers her into the pam with flair. New wrist flickering of matador downsize. You'll look said niger favors. A mini lecture said in the shade of pasco pink. I do like the orange micro says to em nice casserole pulse pasha condiments one hundred. Always push up the condiments. If you would like to be a condiment queen aid you need to do better than catch up careering gudrun paste a the put on some korean fried chicken chinese crispy. Chilly date molasses english mustard. Oh moscow the kalman's Swap fresh fish fingers. Fresh isn't breaded. Which is the best bit than cook it. Along the an on the packet for optimum christmas. Nigel loses uses them in the form. Engine baltar amash vegetable dish popular india and bangladesh abbott. She also does love fish finger sandwich. So do i fish finger sandwich with some tassels vinegar absolutely delicious. No more chef's knives cost nominal leg if you cook something nice. Don't cook anything toll. Banana bread is dead. No more the banana bread. Some bay believe ebanon is to get a little bit too right as i said.

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"university melbourne" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"university melbourne" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Advocate and practitioner he's been speaking to us from forest. Ranch California thanks a lot. Don thanks so much. The big fix gives us a chance each week to think about how people and organizations are tackling the climate crisis and we want to hear from you what are your questions about climate change solutions email us at climate at the world dot org and find more of our big stories at the world dot org slash big fix. You're listening to the world. Shanghai pride has been an annual event for more than a decade. One of the very few of its kind in China but organizers say it's never been easy every year we phase issue. And we always have to come up with a plan B. Plan C. or plan the then there's this year pride events were entirely canceled that story's ahead on the world. I'm Carol Hills the the world where a CO production of W. G. B. H. in Boston and PR ex a powerful storm struck the Korean Peninsula today typhoon, bobby caused damage. But no deaths in South Korea media in North Korea are showing images of broken trees and flooding, but it could be days until we learn the full extent of the impact they're responding to natural disasters is tough enough during normal times but the covid nineteen pandemic has made providing relief that much more difficult Jason Strother reports. From Seoul, there were all kinds of rumors floating around recently that Kim Jong Hoon was deathly ill in a coma or something. But much of that gossip stopped when North Korean TV showed new images of the supreme leader this week. There he was dressed in white cigarette in hand and not wearing a mask. Official reports say Kim urged authorities to take precautions ahead of typhoon bobbies arrival. The storm came just weeks after monsoon floods damaged infrastructure farms, and killed at least twenty North Koreans. That's according to media reports and the International Federation of the Red Cross, and Red Crescent, which works with local partners on the ground there. Nazanin Tzaneen Today Cummings lectures on humanitarian studies at Deakin University Melbourne she says Pyongyang usually turns to foreign aid groups for disaster relief and to make that happen these agencies needs to build trust with North Korean officials. International organizations are really dependent on having relationship inside North Korea where they have access to information and access to people and ex to places that are affected by disaster but because of the covid nineteen pandemic many foreign aid workers are now locked out of the country today coming says you can't do zoom calls from abroad with North Korean officials to coordinate disaster relief. She says, Pyongyang's containment measures like closing down its borders and limiting domestic travel were extreme but perhaps necessary. Way North Korea has responded to the pandemic shows that the authorities understand and are very cognizant of how weak the health system is and.

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"university melbourne" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"university melbourne" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Think it really was the black summer bushfires. We've just had this past summer. It really was a point where I thought we kinda keep going like this. I mean chose a pretty unusual legal argument. You are accusing the Australian government to failing to disclose material risks of climate change to people investing in government bonds. So why focus on the financial investment risks of? Climate Change. is going to be expensive the race in FIS. We've had here economy over one hundred, billion dollars severe weather events going to cost our economy a lot it's going to impact evaluate government owns. So what you're saying essentially is that the Australian government issuing bonds the basically they're asking people to invest in government projects in that, they'll be sound and you're saying look at these fires how can the government kind of standby? This claim is that right? Yeah, that's right and the budget I hold mature in twenty-fifty. By that time science tells us that we're going to be leading in a very different world one that is frequented with severe weather events and it's GonNa. Really Impact Society and our economy a report in March said that the devastating fires in Australia that happened this past year were thirty percent more likely to occur because of climate change. Do Bushfires show up in your lawsuit and how'd you kind of make the connection? Yeah, the physical impact for climate change do show up in the case but to me, it's a really personal issue because eyelids I live in an area that same devastated by to very large which is. and. That just makes. All of what I made about climate change much more tangible on terrified of a few to read as a common occurrences. So, what exactly are you asking for in the lawsuit? We asking for the government to disclose climate change as a material risk issuing government. and. If the government does have to disclose the risks of climate change on affects from the bay that they need to. Make the bond less risky by taking strong action to fight climate change. Kinda. My understanding is that a majority of Australians support action on climate change although we should point out that Australia like the US is pretty polarize politically on climate change even many high profile climate denial. Are in Australia's federal government. So what's been the response to your lawsuit? The amount of attention is has already had I think really highlights how much of an issue. This is just so many people it's really relevant view Herat now people are really concerned about this issue. donal is a law student at Latrobe University Melbourne Australia and leading a class action lawsuit against the government of her home country. Austrailia. Thanks very much for being with this kind of good luck. You're listening to the world I'm Marco Werman your with the world. This has probably happened to you before you read something online about the pandemic that seems outrageous. You ignore it next thing you know you hear someone casually talking about it like it's a scientific fact, VICI- viswanath to knows about this chain of disinformation. He's a professor of health communication at Harvard's teach chance school of public health professors been more than five months since coronavirus pandemic hit the US in a big way what have you seen with how disinformation has evolved since it started? I think clearly, there has been an increase in December. Because, obviously, social media, but also because the uncertainty around hope to control it the lack of vaccine afternoon, effective treatment as only cleared uncertainty where people are trying to fill in the gaps. So that's one reason the second reason which is very interesting like in past pandemics, the spread of misinformation is now aided and burkard by amplification through license of political authorities. So just to be clear, we're talking disinformation intentionally confusing claims about the coronavirus. We may also talk about misinformation which is misunderstanding that just catches on as for disinformation what is the motive of anyone who would be sewing it about the virus? There isn't a day that certain people can gain by seeding adults of uncertainty and creating political divides in a country. Some studies have shown that could be status that primarily you know shock could be one of them are China Iran, but it is very difficult to ascertain but in a great deal of statute that also non state actors who are spreading this disinformation even within the US are maybe outside the US scientists conspiracy theories, I'm sure you were listeners. Must I've heard of Sekou Anna as an example? Yeah who have been the also very active in the street. Can you give us an example of a disinformation campaign during this pandemic that you would say was successful like how did it work and what was the impact? The most obvious one would be increasing attention. Despite all the scientific evidence, the value of Hydroxy Claude clan are millennium vacation continues to be articulated right and that's a great example where it's not misinformation because it has been clarified very clearly that the kitchen is not effective, yet it keeps coming up actively. Second example is I have seen videos rail staked actors have been blamed for second actions. Now, for example, a Chinese government has been accused of spreading actively to control it citizens and actively killed him. So. That have been also. See it as an. Actor benefiting from it. Hydroxy clerk is a great example in the claim of its benefits. As you say, VICI- do not go away despite the claim being debunked by experts. Why is it so challenging to identify disinformation misinformation and to talk with others about it? Increasingly because of the saturation coverage in the media and the penetration of social media, the bone buddies between what is credible platform what is not a credible platform has become blurred so one example, so I can see This informing. tweet liberty. But immediately, even though it is being debunked, it might be covered in the mainstream media. And particularly, for political actor picks up the tweet and says something about it, then media compared in all, you don't have a choice because it's a very authoritative political figure whose repeating that false information. So then the are forced to cover the story even if you flag it. These the reasons why you finding it so difficult to control them as keep spreading. Speaking with this vishwanath he's a professor of Health Communication at Harvest.

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"university melbourne" Discussed on Hustleshare

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05:16 min | 2 years ago

"university melbourne" Discussed on Hustleshare

"Effective automation is the best way for businesses to stay competitive and having a chat Bot for your business easily automate and optimize sales marketing and customer service in the Digital Age Chai Ph will build train maintain and market your chat across all messaging TAT forms. Our team uses the latest technologies to enable you to better serve customers. Twenty four seven three sixty five set a meeting with us today. Message is now at M. Dot me slash chat bought. Pa and Rebecca break. We're still within Dole Barzan. Who again shared his heart out and I totally agree with him on a understand again. We're not being the ASS for not being del and being rational politics here. Yeah come on now. You're just because we take a stand on something doesn't mean we're one of. Y'All right we can be. It's and again I'll quote this quote before we proceed only to sit believe in extremes. Okay in star wars there. You don't have that as if you're blue or red or whatnot you can have the middle ground to have a stand on each specific line item and point and take a stand there but you have to have a solid argument based on logic and not just really driven by emotion and mob mentality to totally Have a unique stand on one thing and and based on what we see using pure logic nothing with ABC had never work with them and whatnot. But this is wrong. Okay so all right. Let's move on an emotion all right now. You'd the most prominent role that I really found you on. What's Voyager and again? You're so lucky bureau. You work with the father of the Internet weren't with and now you work with Debbie access. People will kill to under guys in just three. How did you get the Belanger very interesting? Here's the thing so from ABC CBS. I migrated to Australia so I am as just like any any Filipino. You would have this overseas dream right to expand or something so I had that on the portrait study there at Rfid University Melbourne. And then actually build my own start. It's so interesting. Might I start up was supposed to be in Melbourne Mainly because of connections About five Chai households. I am relatives House of my relatives. Are there so? It's I'm at so in Melbourne and I each so easy to connect to certain the start of founders or investors so I was able to touch base with Philippine. Australia was was trying to build a digital agency with the digital Ad Agency and he knows that my background is quite in terms of digital also He wanted to be He was looking for a partner and I was referred to then Discussions were okay. However towards the end we did not agree on equity and shares. So you know you know this stuff. I mean you're starting under as well one of the biggest one guy so sorry upscale because they found spy. That's what if yeah. Yeah and then. What he wanted to do is to pay. Cut Me like instead of me. Getting this monthly salary I give it to the company but the thing is of course I came from the Philippines. I had like my bills debate. My loans I mean I can. I can afford a a eight plus I also studied. I started studying. So you have like enough. What I only had was the money. The seed money that I could share A slight I I I I think that we could spend when you started so it didn't work reveal any fees there's a downturn in in my career right. I needed that So that was very Lowest Point I had no choice but to actually returned to the Philippines ice. I attended a conference and I got to learn about Mister Dove area and I found out that he was the founder. Smart Communications and he was building his lawyer. Luckily I mean I just actually tried to check. The website at inquired actually got a call back and then there was an interview and then eventually with Adult Pete. We hit it off right away. Because he was saying He also studied in new. It will say what they doing on. Strata you're helping start ups their emmys a your needed not hearing the Philippines you've picked up that was sliding off..

"university melbourne" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

10:46 min | 2 years ago

"university melbourne" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Have observed the largest mass black hole every detected. Uh The black hole catalog does. Lb One has about seventy times the mass of the Sun. That's more than twice the size of any privacy detected stellar mass black hole. The findings findings reported in the Journal. Nature indicate the black hole was observed within Milky Way Galaxy. Just fifteen light years away from the sun that makes it really local Stella L. Mass black holes are formed out of the collapse of the most massive stars all through the merges of neutron stars still corpses left behind by the collapse of stars are more massive massive than the sun. One of the study's authors Professor Alexander Hedger from Monash University says the newly discovered blackhall his young just a few million years old at most and it was found on relatively nearby. I'm like those more distant high mastella mass black holes discovered in distant galaxies by Lago the laser interferometer gravitational wave observatory Sattori. It's a fascinating discovered because astronomers have often wondered. Just how big is still a mess hall can get says. The current view is that most stars in our galaxy couldn't easily make a stellar mass black hole bigger than forty five solar masses. But of course wants more than fifty percent larger than that limit. Most current models of stellar evolution Russian suggests that stellar mass black holes of such mass simply should not exist in our galaxy based on the medalist city that is the composition of likely progenitor stars out part out of the galaxy. Scientists will now need to explain its formation in Seoul amid elicit virement Melissa simply refers to any element other than hydrogen and helium the two elements formed in the Big Bang. Thirteen point eight billion years ago. hedren colleagues made their discovery while observing the sky with a limousine optical telescope in northeastern in China looking for binary stars orbiting around invisible companions Coloma's telescope allows astronomers to find binary star systems and provides a better understanding of the fates the most massive stars and the Blackhawks they make the authors knew. Something was up when they detected a star some eight times the mass of the sun orbiting around an unseen companion in every seventy-nine days. Only one in a thousand stars are likely to be opening a stellar mass. Black hole companion making the task of detection extremely difficult in this case securities says the big task now is to undertake detailed follow up observations using a wide range of both ground and space based telescopes interesting interesting discovery. Boss said it was very rather big black hole of around seventy times two miles of the sun the way the sound is quite interesting. It was. What's because the radio too but also you can see how come spectra lines is? He also the son Jose just as a function of time and took the indication that things moving moving around and some orbit is basically the same kind of message that people have been using to detect planets like the discovery of planet that was done in a very similar. I said the noble price of the year for same technique that was against fifty one. Yes your into team foul and use the same shift technique to find star which she's opening what they started to mess. Probably a black hole right so normally you just. You're very small talk on the planet that's moving around saw but in this case they call it a really big fish. They caught a coal from the motion. That's a much bigger motion because the black hog is a lot heavier. And but yeah you see that motion and then you can a lot of other things that you need to figure out as well the venture lead the object and this is where. It's really interesting isn't it. Because you've got okay also try and justify something so big could have come from a star. Ah In our galaxy given the mid listening to the region was founding yes so the the paradigm or the idea that you have about sauce and actually get very big at the half very hefty wins and the observers in part that as you moss slows so we expect that most of the sauce young stars in our galaxy. Half a a lot of this nuclear race to comment metals everything that's heavier than hydrogen helium. It's the review of stars. You get more and more dumping the gas and all the stars that he may also these tossed and blow off more mass essay and so the idea. That's almost half. Its that prevents you to make such kind of thick black holes in this moss range. But there's there's two things that the author all sorts of what has to hold on off this mass and then secondly the some predictions from our theories suggest at the end of its life. This is kind of Moss and it's mostly meadow helium that put up most of the mosque before they would not be able to get into Moss Ashim standards theories and so finding something. There is kind of a contradiction to who wants to be a few knowing about how black holes for or fix actually if all that all our galaxy and so far we have only you have seen some a big black holes but only about up to fifteen or twenty four months or something. This big in our galaxy has not been seen as much as two black holes insensitive galaxy millions of solar masses but they are not directly made in this case. There's a small star next to it so we noticed a young black trusting formed there within a few million years and and progenitor that would be required to make a mess black. Well that's the question we don't know it's great isn't it's very. It's it's always interesting when you see something and you can't explain it and you've got to sort of work out. What could possibly do this? Of course some people have ideas he and many other Issues that come along with because yeah you see that many of these these toss John Lewis all of them are so we talk to Paul. You can pull it onto to make this kind of black hole and there's other features about that if you assume the saw lots of instaflex sample especially if it shoots out in sunken. I'll stick eruption than if you have a binary we system that would get some kind of kick and and be an eccentric orbital because no longer certainly moving around but this system is basically almost perfectly take color orbit so that also says that okay something really trained to seventy what about the companion star. Wh what is that best estimates said it's about eight sold Salaam all star. Do Somebody special type based hours. Something like that. Yeah we have seen black holes this big elsewhere in the universe like has picked up a number of them and some of them are the death of stars others from all at least one from the merger of two neutrons does what people have seen that you had initially black holes that were up to maybe thirty one case maybe forty five solar masses and much together to make some big black holes. That would be compatible to this one. That is here here but this is just after the merger this case it seems more likely. Okay there's some single black hole there and somewhat different so these are only like you see the formation we'd never be resulting black hole by itself afterwards and this particular by collies relatively nearby and astronomical terms. Does this man. That's a good target for future. Study so yeah. Yeah the the Within reach other observations so we can look at this morning. Glory Time Telescope. A look at it. Try to take out more about it and what you can do improve the measurements. Like he has so far and possibly put in Piper limits on everything. This is the first one you guys have found. I take it won't be the last two will be hiding for yes. most multifibre multi-fiber Spectra coffee today look at many of these systems and the hope is that they will find many more This thing but it hasn't been another small black hole. It's also been seen recently. The some radio velocity Pity variations. Yeah that was the Solomos black hole that that was an interesting story because we now think the neutron degeneracy limit is around two point three three solar masses and so three point three wouldn't be unusual. Would it if two point three solar masses sort of neutron degeneracy occurs. Bobby really knocking. Sundays Sunday's lender sucking flab limits are just too solemn still I think yeah the other one has era bars that they may be compatible with something to to always take all of these measurements Some thought there's always terrible associated with it as well you can see okay. What's what's the regime that you have? But yeah making a black hole on the other side. At what intrigues Masa stepped on a problem at all. It's surprising that they haven't found anything like that before. So those call Mosca Pass. This is the new black hole. That's what it's not really a strict mosque Aftab sh It depends on how the black hole somebody Loma and much problem. If they wanted to pick moss in this limit. Everything's toss that end their lives around seventy. I'm office with Out An envelope. They would just explode for puff up the outer layers until Sunk down to maybe forty to fifty miles. That's the big issue at this new discovery that black holes in sort of took it and reach. And where at least ingles title and couldn't get you to easily could make a start at the seventy dollars. She has two thousand then. It would still make seventy at the end of their lives. And it's still shut off office offers moss point explodes and instead of making coal. That's the issue with this discovery. Oth- interesting part about and of course still doesn't answer the other question where all the intermediate sized black holes by the media ties. You mean those of a few hundred solar masses to a few thousand. I don't see them well. The question is despite you ever had Such cake stalls so if my S.. Yeah this would have come. Possibly from the early universe population three stars correct. Yes the first generation foucault there. The you haven't seen these talk themselves. The estimate they would be big Again I don't know what the final say of these things is of these talks is as they reached the end of their lives. So we don't even know what they really should be doing in our own galaxy and therefore Let alone and now we've got let's see how Observation Depressant Crescent Universe and he can't cal for sure and then you go back to the first generation of stars something like thirty years ago. If you know a lot less what's happened. Then he conned Donte directly all the stars. We've got in this galaxy a population to stars like Methuselah and others like that and they may be made out of the stuff which was blown off by the first generation ist is. Yes that's correct. Could it made out of some choices. Materials from this generation and the hope would be you can see the that the use this chemical abundance type of chemical imprint fingerprint that they left behind to tell China because he I think that's depending on what the HMO installed it small sympathy for this kind of position. That's professor Alexandra Hedge from Monash University Melbourne. And you're listening to space time. 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"university melbourne" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"university melbourne" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Tan that take a brief look at some of the other stories. Making these insights. Is this week with the science report. New Researches found growing evidence that vaping may harm the hot and signatory system as study in the Journal. Cardiovascular research compile the available data on the health effective cigarettes finding proof of harmful effect on the heart and blood vessels accumulating the authors warned that his most of the studies they looked at any considered the short-term effects vaping longitude effects. Maybe even more so via the public simply shouldn't assume that vaping is a safe alternative to smoking. Aw may well. A separate study warns that people should consider a cigarette safer than tobacco at their peril. The warning follows the treatment of a teenage Kboi with life threatening lung failure linked to vaping. The boy who had no history of asthma developed. A case of hypersensitivity monitors where the ASX Airways of the lungs hongs become severely inflamed which led to a month long hospital stay and lengthy rehabilitation a report in the Journal Archives of disease in childhood found that the teen had recently taken up vaping and got worse when doctors tested his skin reactivity with vaping fluid leading doctors to believe that one of the chemicals in the a cigarette fluid was triggering a an intense immune response facebook software has been covertly. Activating iphone uses cameras as they scroll through. FACEBOOK news feeds aide. FACEBOOK claims glitch was caused by a coating era and that there was no indication that any of the photos videos had been sent to it servers. The tech giant says version Asian to forty four the facebook. IOS APP would incorrectly launch in landscape mode. And it's already sent a fix to apple for now the bug is affecting android devices. It appears to be exclusive to Ivan users running Iowa's chain as a work around. We recommend you revoke camera and microphone access to the FACEBOOK APP in your settings penny intelligence. Discover the first evidence of fed polar dinosaurs in Australia. Scientists on cabinet the cash of one hundred and eighty million in your fossilized dinosaur and bird feathers. Inner deposit known as the Kunwar of fish beds one hundred and forty five kilometers southeast of Melbourne. The site was once in ancient shallow lake bed originally situated south of the Arctic Circle Researchers analyzed a collection of ten fossil feathers. They displayed an unexpected diversity of tufted hair alike Predator feathers from meat eating theropod dinosaurs together with downy body feathers and wing feathers from early. Avian birds which would have been used for flight. The unique discoveries discoveries highly significant because they came from dinosaurs and small birds that survived seasonally very cold environment with months of Polo darkness every year researchers say fossil feathers have been recovered from the site previously and were thought to be evidence eventually birds but had received little scientific attention new study by scientists from the Pavel's have Sephardic University Monash University Melbourne Museum Obsolete University and Swinburne University of technology examined birth newly discovered and existing fan that fossils they found the dinosaur feathers would have been used for insulation in the Ancient Paula. Habitat the authors also detected microscopic remains of cellular the structures thought to contain Cala pigments suggesting both uniformly Dr Services on some dinosaurs and distinct bands. That might represent original panning others. The International Atomic Energy Agency has warned that Iran has begun enriching uranium at secret fidel underground nuclear facility in breach H of United Nations nuclear agreements. Tehran had earlier transported. Uranium hexafluoride gas to the facility and connected the supply to to cascades of advanced centrifuges also in breach of applications. The report says the move will allow Tehran to continue growing. Its enriched uranium stockpile. It's now estimated ETA. These lower republic would have enough enriched uranium within a year for a nuclear weapon however the oil-rich nation insists nuclear program is for peaceful power generation. Only really Andy Studies found that people who tend to believe in conspiracy theories are also often very lonely. The findings reported in the journal plus one on a based on a study. The language by read it uses on conspiracy forums such as a conspiracy compared to other uses direct with these forums researches found that conspiracy theorists hostile. They were less likely to use tones. Let it to categories such as affection optimism and friends indicating they may be more alienated or socially really is related..

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"university melbourne" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

John Anderson: Conversations

11:24 min | 3 years ago

"university melbourne" Discussed on John Anderson: Conversations

"So aplastic cup if you drop it on the floor doesn't break it's resilient but it doesn't get better from being dropped and he wants no. What's the word for system that have to be dropped. That might sound weird your to your to your viewers but think immune system. That's the best example. The immune system is a miracle of evolutionary engineering. It created an open system that learns about the environment what toxins and bacteria what threats in the environment then it develops antibodies to that if you protect your kids immune system if you use a lot of bacteria weitz if you were to raise your kid in a bubble like oh. I don't want to get sick. I want to protect my child. Since the immune system is anti fragile that would make the child fragile because the child would fail to develop normal responses and so we opened the book with the story when when my son max was going into preschool we had a gopher parents orientation night and the teachers are going through the rules and they wouldn't stop talking about food issues nuts. Don't bring any peanuts. Don't bring any other other nuts. Don't bring anything that was ever in a factory with nuts. Don't bring anything has the letter p. in it. Practically i mean they were insane with the anti peanut rules that what you know what's going going on here and as i looked into it what we learned is that rates of peanut allergies are indeed rising. We know that but only in countries where the medical authorities authorities tell pregnant women don't eat peanuts and right there. You see the clue so a study was done by doctors who realized this looks like we're actually we are advices backfiring. They randomly assigned about six hundred women. <hes> who recently given birth who had kids who are at elevated risk of peanut allergy half of them were signed standard advice. No peanuts and half of them were given bags of this israeli snack food. It's popcorn bit a peanut powder on it tastes like peanut butter a little bit. Give it to your three-month-old three months old beloved little things they can dissolve in their mouths. Give them peanut powder and guess what five years later when they they followed up on every and they they looked out to make sure everyone it was safe five years later when they tested them it was i think seventeen percent of the kids who followed standard advice had a peanut allergy for life. They're going to have to worry every meal. They eat the kids who are exposed to peanut dust three percent in other words we could nearly wiped out peanut allergy's by doing the opposite of what we've been doing an argument argument. The book is it's the exact same thing with kids develop more generally. We have been massively protecting kids from bad experiences no teasing if if someone teases the kid in school that's bullying now. You can't teach someone in school. <hes> we want to protect them from bad feelings. We want to protect their self esteem. We don't want him to get hurt. We don't want them to take any risks. We think we're helping them. It's just like it keeping them. Safe from peanuts where weakening and so our argument in the book is is that there are two main reasons for the explosion of depression anxiety number. One is social media. We'll we'll get to that because that is a lot of discussion the others the massive overprotection action that we began in the nineteen nineties when i speak about the book i was asked. At what age were you allowed out. What age were you without without any adult supervision and wherever i go i did it last night here in sydney and people some of his eight eight. I was out at six. Oh we would play the cows came home. Oh it was great. You know everyone talks about how they were out playing with their friends until the nineteen nineties at least in america. I think actually you're doing the same thing here. We just stopped. If you let your kid out they'll be abducted. If you let your kid out and they try to cross the street they'll be hit by a car. We can't let kids cross streets until their ten or twelve and so when we don't give kids the chance to develop normal human defenses toughness ability to be teased abilities back when we deny them all that we're not helping them were harming their development. That's what we think happened. Bunch of issues used to explore in the new yorker closer probably siphon out in the roads when you're greco. It's the crime rate in new yorkers back down to what it was when my parents were young in the nineteen thirties very very very little crime and then of course you know everything else is safer. You know less likelihood of bricks. Falling off buildings fewer cars going out of control less alcoholism so yeah. Life is a lot what's safer but we don't trust our neighbors. We are freaked out because of the media. If some if a kid is harmed we're gonna hear about it on the news so for variety of reasons the world gets safer and safer but we're protecting our kids more and more and the result is damage interestingly exploring this idea of a the gentle teasing along the way being part of the package. Australians great teases actually traditionally is becoming incredibly incorrect. Now that's right english working class prediction edition of teasing each other and it can be fun it helps now it can veer into bullying so the key thing we learned that bullying is the original definition of bullying in the nineteen eighties required that at the over across time so if there's one kid harassing another humiliated him day after after day that can lead the victim to not want to go to school. It is important to crack down on true bullying but we have what's called concept. Creep invented by australian australian friend. Nick has limit university melbourne bullying the definition of it gets lower and lower lower to the point where if one kid says you're stupid. That's not considered bulliest. Eh you can't protect kids from every little thing interestingly. You'll fellow american warren fouls written a very interesting book called the boy crisis an he actually makes the point the that gentle ribbing and part of the hull sold of interaction between father any children can help sit a kid up up to be able to laugh at themselves and to cope with a bit of ribbing in a few setbacks in the classroom and out in the workplace. Although he draws a distinction he says it a child will find ribbing from hotter to cope with that looked mum for support and warmth and understanding they expected stimulate them and have a little bit of a go within the bounds of reason. I haven't read the book but there are big differences in the way the boys and girls interact and some of them relate to the way they use language and boys are more likely to tease and compete. We have a problem the united states in that as the the mental health community the psychology community. I'm a psychologist as it's sort of modernized shifted and changed politically. There's in much more the idea that masculinity is in and of itself bad or toxic so i i think the guidelines veer more towards i think how to raise the girl and i think boys don't quite fit into that so i need to dig into that. I need to read farrow's book. I need to read the new american psychological association guidelines before i critique them. I'm too heavily but yes i think competition ribbing teasing normal healthy parts of boys development and if we protect them from this in the guys is that the teasing bullying. I would guess that we're harming them. Overall the reason that i rise is it seems to me as i look back out of mind left which is increasingly increasingly looking like a long time now if they're buying tom's and they might be able to say well. You've never grown much bud if there've been times when i've gone and when self reflections and useful frankly thank leads often because people told me with a nasional something i needed to know about a self to shake missile. That's and that's i would've sort anti-french the anti fragile <unk> exactly that's perfectly put. There's a brand new book. I've just reviewed it two weeks ago. It'll come out in october called the power of bad and by john tyranny who signs journalist roy bound meister is a very famous social psychologist and they review enormous area of research showing that in general bad is stronger than good. If you have a relationship and you say one bad thing to your spouse and you say two or three good things to your spouse. That's the ratio you're in big trouble because bad is four or five times stronger than good on average in the in those contexts most importantly that is turned within good as a teacher feature so you can reward good behavior you can punish bad behavior and research shows fairly consistently that we learn more from punishments we we learn more from setbacks and failures and so of course you need both and it's nicer to give rewards <hes> but if we protect kids from bad experience it's from bad feedback. Were cutting off. Perhaps the majority of their learning you can tell kids <hes>. I'll i'll give you <hes>. I'll give you a nickel every time you don't bring your finger on the stove while cooking but one time burning your stove on the finger while cooking and dan your nervous system. You're going to be careful yeah yeah. That's a i think it incredibly paths at a point went to mike that we also have corporate history by the way which we now want to ignore and scrub out of the system sound the same way you learn not to burn. You think you don't do it a gain. There's a lot of things ass assadi auty has i think in terms of knowledge and understanding built up over the ages we now want to discredit history so we lose at corporate memory as well. Will i mean what what do you mean about corporate memory. What do you mean by that. Well the wisdom of our. We don't bring it forward anymore. We don't bring to the table so we have to relearn listens that really were there for the taking simply by listening to all wisdom because it leads into the second point. Which is that always trust your feelings will there are plenty of thinkers down through the ages of said. Don't trust you think you failings think carefully and ensure tool that if you lock your heart and your mind or in sync that your mind as analyze what's true and what's not that's right so a lot of ancient wisdom are techniques from proving you're thinking a lot of the ancients east and west is especially clear in the buddhist tradition in in the east and the stoic tradition in the west taught hot us that we we have these emotions that warp and bias us they make us more worried than we need to be and both buddhism and stoicism our techniques techniques of practice that allow a person who practices that allow them to get some distance some reflection to question their nishel reactions of our brands are set to react strongly again because bad is strong with good. We tend to react to fearfully. We tend to see negatives so the ancients were very good at telling us to get past. Ask these biases and this is these are important schools for young people to know. A big connection in our book is to cognitive behavioral therapy rig lukiana okay on the story of the book. Is that greg. Lukianov who runs the foundation for individual rights in education is prone to depression and when he was treated for suicidal recital depression in two thousand seven he learned cognitive behavioral therapy where you learn to recognize these distortions catastrophes over generalizing black and white thinking emotional emotional reasoning which is if i feel angry at you. You must have done something wrong so greg learned these techniques and then he sees college college students doing this in two thousand thirteen fourteen. We'd never see he had not seen this before but suddenly college students in america were reacting as though if this book is assigned if the speaker comes cbs to campus people traumatized. They were catastrophes about it..

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"university melbourne" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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"university melbourne" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

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