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Health Equity Advocate On Black Doctor's Video Of Treatment For COVID-19

All Things Considered

04:42 min | 1 year ago

Health Equity Advocate On Black Doctor's Video Of Treatment For COVID-19

"Dr Susan Moore has become a hashtag on social media. More of family physician died of covert 19 and an Indiana hospital last week. She was 52 days before she died. She posted a video on Facebook in which she said her doctors treated her as if she were a drug addict. She said they were planning to discharge her from the hospital too soon. People get killed. When you send them home, and they don't know how to affect for themselves. In that video, which has no circulated all over social media doctor more maintained that if she were white, her care for covert 19 would have been very different. Enjoy a career. Perry is president of the National Birth Equity Collaborative. She joins us now. Thanks for speaking with us. Thank you so much for having me. What went through your mind when you first watch that video of Dr Moore speaking from her hospital bed, You know, it was so deeply saddening and very familiar asses. The world watch the murder of George Floyd and it stopped the world in its tracks because, although we'd heard about police violence before, and we knew it existed, and we've seen data and reports That's the same way that I felt watching. Dr Susan Moore described what was happening to her instead of the hospital. It was a glimpse into side of what we all know to be true what we've experienced as members of the black community. Inside of health care is health care providers. There's an O B g Y n And also just knowing that it was not going to end well, knowing that she was begging and pleading and wanting to be seen and valued is fully human, and that wasn't happening. You I know have worked with hospitals on anti racism training. Is there data Do we know how common what Dr Moore described as her experience was? Well, we do know from the data. We work in the black maternal health space, and there's been some studies. That show that medical students believe that black patients don't feel pain the same way that they believe that black patients have thicker skin. There were also a study that was done out of university, North Carolina that showed that if there was a black preacher and white patient asking for a pain treatment toe You have to after having that major abdominal surgery that the black patient got it in a less timely manner and less frequently and with the less amount so every time that we have worked with hospitals, and I've said Okay, well, maybe it's not you. Maybe that's just that hospital that group run your own data Look to see by race. If you're managing your patient's pain equally, if when they come in, they get the same treatment and I've yet to have a hospital come back as a C I told you we're doing it all the same. And so I'm looking forward to that day. You're making a point that Dr Moore herself made in that video. She said she believed she was denied more pain medication or as much as she needed because of her race. I want to mention that the hospital where she was treated Indiana University health Has put out a statement. They say they can't come in on her specific case because of privacy laws. But they say the hospital is committed to equity to reducing racial disparities. They say they're going to do a full investigation. What will you be watching for in that investigation? I'm excited to hear that they want to investigate. It was a little traumatizing for communities. I know that these privacy laws are important. But if you've been a community like the black community, or LGBTQ community or indigenous folks who've been had mistrust from the health care system, because we've been abused by it and lie to and not treated well, when we hear things like we can't comment that doesn't engender trust going forward. Some people listening might be wondering Hang on over prescription of pain. Meds of opioids has been a huge problem. Doctors and hospitals have struggled with how to balance Against overprescribing with obviously the very real need for care and pain relief. Do you think that was at all in play here? Yes, I'm sure that the providers in that hospital or were hypersensitive and very aware of the pain issues and the pain still issues, But unfortunately, when you are from a community that has been that Centered and has been marginalized. There's something is well, you must be pill seeking, like these other people, and we must then count, so the assumption is really real, that I've experienced it by himself, where family members are assumed to be drug seeking pills seeking and never, just looking at the person is individual saying what I want my 52 year old friend as Dr Susan, where could be any of our friend? Be lying here in pain. Don't I want to address her pain? Don't I wanted to be pain free, but I value her, and that's what we're asking for. Dr Joya career, Perry. She heads the National Birth Equity Collaborative. She was speaking about the experience of Dr Susan Moore, who died of covert 19 on December 20th. Dr. Crew, Perry. Thank you. Thank you so much air in patient.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"W w dot com Election Night coverage continues here on the B A P. We've got local numbers starting to roll in. We'll start making some decisions here on some calls here locally in the next couple of minutes. Brian Kilmeade joins us right now, though, from Fox and friends, he'll be up early tomorrow to react to what we're seeing tonight and Brian, let's start and take a look at this from the Trump campaign's perspective, obviously still some concerns in North Carolina, Ohio and Pennsylvania yet to play out what they have to be pleased. With the result that they're seeing in the state of Florida did no question if they have lost Florida. I think it's just we're just playing that, you know, just playing this whole thing out because mathematically there would have been in it, but not technically, now, realistically, but they win Florida. They deliver Hispanics. It looks like they got a lot of young people voting now we'll see if that transfers in North Carolina. The word is that they seem to The New York Times thinks North Carolina goes to trump Now, 15 20 minutes ago. We're talking about Ohio. The president's down by a point, and now he's opposite 50%. Now we won by eight last time, but we know things changed radically. We know what Ohio means, and no one could quite figure it out. But if the president gets Ohio that put Pennsylvania even always trailing with 16%, pretty significantly but very early that puts Pennsylvania and Michigan in play because they're very similar demographics. So nothing major. We can't say Texas is lost. We can't say Florida's Biden. We can't say North Carolina's Biden's We can't say Looks like Georgia is going to go stay was red, So I can't say anything flipped yet, like I can't see anything that says Okay, here we go. Ah, Here's my Here's to 70. So the blue Wallace is was destroyed in 2016 right now it stay in red because we have no new results. When you look at North Carolina to me, that's an intriguing state. And this was where there are some concerns about the suburbs that we see. You know, maybe even in the state of Georgia, let's see how that one plays out. But in the state of North Carolina, those suburbs you got two counties that are about to come in. One of them is going to be Johnston County, which is just east of Raleigh. And Wake County. Johnston County will go big for Donald Trump. You would have to assume, Ah, population basic continues to rise there, but also still to come in this Franklin County Chapel Hill. That's going to go big for for Joe Biden right now. The status separated by about 100. No. Yeah, not even 100,000 votes. What are we separating a 30 about? 70,000 votes separate these two. This one could still go for Joe Biden. Yeah, And I just wondered about the college kids. How many are on campus? I don't know. If the university North Carolina lets you stay home or makes you stay, and I know they had that problem. The beginning this college kids mostly built for Democrats, I think that'll be key. I've talked to two people. Trump camp, still confident they get North Carolina so In Texas is now I guess, 2.5 points and still still kind of early in your massive state, so and it looks like John Cornyn did win is you guys probably know where you and Cory Gardner did lose. So there goes a plus one for, uh, for the Senate. We have not known idea about Alabama. But I think it's a lot tighter. So far. I think there's no doubt about it. The pandemics playing a role so far. Um Joe Biden is in contention will expand and Hillary Clinton and he's the worst candidate I have seen in my lifetime that I think Democrats yes, and the president most brides. Are there any surprises right now? Anything that really stands out to you on the national man? Yeah, I would say number one that that the Georgia does seem to be, You know, a little bit more secure than we thought. Number two. That not that Florida deed go, You know, it's not officially at 95% of the precincts reporting the president, three points they did go to the president. Even I think more significantly the last time but at the same time, the fact that in the in the Midwest Ohio is the struggle that that to me. I'm a little surprised because Trump as a good read on this stuff, and he didn't you know that the place he visited, least of the battleground. Some little surprised by that, so he might be kicking himself if that if that comes out, but he could still squeeze that out. I mean, this thing is a nail biter, I think, and I noticed two people pulling back, especially after 2016. There's no one even high fiving because anyone who tells you they know who's going to win right now is just they're just cheerleaders. They're hoping they don't know. You're also seeing some folks pull back in the state of Virginia. Now we're only at 45% on there. Confused. Yeah, I know. But right now, Donald Trump has a 300,000 vote lead. An A on my network. Hold it for early makes no sense to go with a model show. I know what model I mean, What? I cannot understand this. What good is it to await? You have 95% of the voters in in Florida. We won't call it But in Virginia, it's upside down and they call to the other guy. Yeah, Rush. Chris Wallace own your own your network over there earlier tonight, said that Virginia's like New York It's a guarantee. We've become that and we don't even look at it. It was it was eight years ago when we thought was a battleground was a big story because of their military because their military presence and and they thought, you know what the stick and they did. They're just so patriotic they gave you George Allen you know few years ago was a leading contender to run for president, and it all changed. So people left it alone. Yeah, maybe. So it's gonna be a long night. Well, we know tonight. Oh, my goodness. Look at Georgia. That's another team Three. Yeah, Yeah, we know tonight will be sudden done tonight. You know, I don't think so. I mean, would you ever want to be the network that calls something that matters so much to so many to a country that matters more than any other? I would know. Ah, and I think we all learned there's no glory in being first and wrong. There's no going being first period, right? I rather be less. Do you really think that our listeners want to hear someone first? So while congratulations what you call it first, and then kept your fingers cross to make headlines really believe I'll be on a 5 a.m. and and I don't think we're going to know who's who has won yet, and I'm fascinated by the Senate to it Looks like Fox is prepared to call the house, Not a big surprise for you. Democrats will see if they picked up what kind of seats they picked up. Brian Kilmeade, Fox and friends tomorrow morning. Thanks for the time here tonight. Appreciate. I appreciate it. Thank you, Ryan. Kill me Joining us here on W B. A P coming up in the nine o'clock hour. Chris Alcedo is going to join us. We get a lot of local reaction from him. Congressman Michael Burgess already been declared a winner. He's going to join us at 9 15. We're going to go to Wisconsin, which is next on the list. Keep your eye on that one, folks. We're starting to get numbers coming in AA. Lot of local races being called, will have the latest on that, Eric Bushman. We'll have it next. Here on W B. A P. You know, sometimes you get the IRS his crosshairs even when you've done nothing wrong, Chris Crock. And if this sounds familiar, call Randy Martin at IRS pravda dot com. They help people with a I R s problems. Christie found herself in a similar situation. Kristie, what did it feel like? I'm scared. I was afraid that they are going to Lady my bank account or paycheck. This problem literally.

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Concerns grow as campuses become the new Covid-19 hotspots

All In with Chris Hayes

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Concerns grow as campuses become the new Covid-19 hotspots

"Of the biggest sources of concern right now, our colleges and Universities University of Illinois urbana-champaign was heralded as one of the most comprehensive corona virus plans in the country which included testing more than forty thousand students. Twice a week researchers had anticipated seven hundred positive cases in the entire fall semester. But instead in just under two weeks of classes there have been more than seven hundred cases. University of Wisconsin in Madison. was forced to move all classes online and quarantine students after their outbreaks or passed a thousand cases in just a matter of days university North Carolina in Chapel. Hill. Went to all online instruction days after students return after nearly two hundred cases popped up almost immediately and the theme in all these cases that while universities might have plans to control the virus. And control things in dorms and in in faculty rooms and things like that. College students do a lot of socializing off campus.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:35 min | 2 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"You 1 $77 Dolly 1877 deal C D A s So many of you were a mask like this. Okay. You got the mask. It used to be on the nose and I just started on the nose. Then it kind of went down, then account went down. And then you just go like Oh, I can help you The order. Hi. Yes, thank you. Thank you. Thank you for coming. Here's your Here's your Ah, napkins and and I see a lot of times in the fast food. Not that I'm going to fast food a lot. It's just I think it's hot, and people have to open the door and it's 111 degrees outside. So the average person I'm running into wearing the mask is wearing a mask like this. Sometimes, like Hi. Then it kind of cover up. And then those is like way out. There there is, And and and I'm like, What do you do with your mask and mind you now the mask is really getting wet. Okay, so seems a little bit more narration. When you kind of weird around like this. But by the time you're wearing it like this, you're not even protecting what's coming out of your mouth. Well, apparently, what is at the University of is a North Carolina University, Carolina said. Will you guys stop it with the half mask? So have mass heart really doing much? But I get it. People want to get fired. I said what they do, and then I see them because I'm like, you know, crushed his master's on also unsupervised, consequently, could be like that. Anything like that. See to me? This is more uncomfortable. It is so much more uncomfortable having it around my mouth, In fact it I think it makes you even sweat more. Just I would just rather it. Sit on my notes. Have a nice big nose. It has holds it and I got my little metal thing and see I could I see people doing this, okay? This too, May I think it's a lot More comfortable a lot more sly. So if you want to try to hide the fact that you're trying to get some air to your face and not wear your mask, I would you know, I mean, I wouldn't want to do this because I want you to spread germs. But if you need a break, I want to pull it down off the nose. I would pull it up. So you get a little bit of air. Cool off the cheeks. Hold your breath. And then cover it back up again. But going like this, It's just a waste of time. It's just you're increasing access to the mouth. Your It's just It's just not gonna work. So university North Carolina had to actually published a study saying, Look, the virus takes to come into the nose, so you don't have the nose covered. You're not really covering. We're supposed to do so it's you know, and I get it. It's hot. It is so hot, and it's McGee and Some of us have gotten rained. So when Las Vegas has any humidity over 2% were dying. Oh, my gosh. You know, like we're Vegas strong. We're pretty resilient until there's humidity. Once there's humidity were like, Oh, okay. Breathe. Oh, God took every Oh my gosh, if we had power outage like what's happening in Texas, Louisiana? Oh, my gosh. Vegas lost their lights. I don't know what we would do. It would be Armageddon. So barely university. North Carolina has kind of reconfirmed how the virus gets in needs. The ace to receptor needs our nasal mucosa. So please don't wear your mask halfway to waste time now. Um, some good news. Everybody's been asking about this rapid covert test. So can we test for Cove it in our own house. And how expensive is it going to be well, for any of you who have, you know, been told? Don't worry. It's gonna be like a pregnancy test. We're like, Oh, no, really. Pregnancy test in like 20 bucks a pop over the counter. That's not Ellen and anyway, but they got these now down to $5.5 dollars is still a lot if you got to test your whole entire family and no, you can't reuse attest. He can't do that. Once it's out. You can't watch it often reuse death. He could only do it once. But apparently they believe Abbott is thie pharmaceutical company. I doubt I have stock in it because it really horrible with figuring out what's put money into the stock market. I don't have a lot of money to put into stock market, but Abbot Pharmaceuticals has come up with a little $5 credit card size. Sort of rapid test kit, and they believe they're gonna have atleast 50 million test kids ready to be dispersed by September. So we're talking coming up the next couple weeks By October, they believe multiple households, Millions of households will be able to have this access to the rapid test. Now, All of this on the heels of the CDC is recommendation. Teo. You guys don't always have to test just because you want to test you always have to have a test. In fact, they double down People were tent people came after the CDC yesterday going what the hell you say now, if you've been exposed to Cove it and you don't have symptoms, all of a sudden you're asymptomatic, And you don't care. You aren't carrying the virus, what thou and the CDC had to double down. People asked Douchey and found she was like I was there. Okay? I was that I was in surgery today. Don't come after me tonight. There's always finger point away. Wait. What? And you know all this time We've been closing down our businesses all the time. We had schools closed. We cancel graduations. We canceled weddings. Many of us didn't go to our friends, Funerals. Because even if you don't have any symptoms, you could spread it. So we've had to be away this whole time and and we've had to follow the rules on Ly for now, the CDC to go guys. You know what, you don't have to run to get a test and you don't necessarily have to isolate and let's course you have symptoms or if you think you were really, really exposed. It's it's It's Night of enraging people Because we kind of did a lot of weight. Can't get that back. Okay? We can get a lot of that business back. We can't get those clients back. We can't redo the funeral. You know? I mean, although I really would recommend that a lot of you guys have been just just devastated that you couldn't go to a friend's funeral. I would have another memorial. It really is important to say goodbye. To somebody you know, and and not being able to have that that memorial without wake or whatever it is I get, so I would I would just get sick of graduation or whatever you know if you guys could have the party Somehow do it. Not on Zoom Got to be careful with zoom because somebody's cameras on and oh, by the way, Yeah, guys, watch that your gas When you're on zoom. I can't see how many people are bourbon or farting or whatever, because they kind of forget that they think they're in the room alone. But there's UMA's honor the cameras on that guy that got caught having sex. Hi. By the way, you know what I would do if I were you? If you do have zoom, I would have the pick like a wall behind you. Okay. I mean, everybody could see my cats in my dog, little doggie door, but that's about it. You don't see the kitchen. You don't see the kid walk downstairs and only his underwear. You don't If a camera's accidentally on.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

Charlotte Readers Podcast

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on Charlotte Readers Podcast

"Today, I'm visiting with the author Rita Pendry, and we're talking about her book in the frame. This is the fifth novel the Mercy Johnson Legal Thriller Series. Mercy Johnson is a criminal defense attorney Washington C who takes on difficult KLOTZ and hard to win cases. Rita know something about what she writes having spent most of her career as a criminal defense attorney in Washington, and then in Charlotte Rita. Welcome to the show. Yeah. So you raised in Charlotte and you like me or recovering trial lawyers to things we have in common. Yes it is an addiction. Now. You got to be a lawyer I think in an interesting way. You got fired. All right. So you got to be a lawyer. You're working I. Think you told me the story is a social worker and you're fired for consorting with the Welfare Rights Organiz or something like that. And, then you got a lawyer who hired you and actually a pretty famous lawyer Julius Chambers Great. You you went to work there and then what that somehow to you going to law school. I. Was there two years and they encourage me to go how me for the process of. Applying, admissions and all that and. I ended up at UNC law school. And you said no one in your family been a lawyer. You didn't most of them had gone to college. You aren't even thinking about being a lawyer. So was it everything? He didn't know it was going to be. Well Having, been with them for two years and seeing what they did. I? Guess I had a notion of what it was going to be like. yeah. Nobody in my family had ever. I never thought about being a lawyer as a majored in theology religions. Well. Yeah. and You bring some of that in here some your books to think but But because that career path that you took informs your writing thought we would talk just a moment about you as a as a lawyer because you graduated university North Carolina School Law you practiced in Washington and North Carolina for most of your legal career but she did mostly. Criminal defense what kind of cases did you handle? We handled major felonies when I first started practicing did some juvenile representation and then some misdemeanors. PDF, they moved in the felonies and a lot of training on the supervision and I did murder cases right cases very serious fill AIDS and the federal defender did high level direct cases, gun cases, some murder cases you obviously Got To experience firsthand, a lot of interesting stories did you think when you're? You're a lawyer that one day you might be writing. Some of these stories as an author. Thought that I wanted to write and didn't have in mind gathering material of. Books is hours defending my clients but. I knew I have to be careful not. Put anything in my books that could be traced back to a client to tat his. And now, it wasn't good way to get experienced a write a legal Mr, but that wasn't really. Now you're protagonist in your books that we're going to be talking about here. We're going to be talking about your latest book in the frame, but in all these five you've got a female protagonist mercy Johnson she's. One of these criminal defense lawyers that Somehow. Always figure out a way to get it done is there was a little bit of of of mercy and you or were you just hoping to be like mercy now I think it's a little bit of mercy. But as I always said, she's a composite of all the really wonderful women defense attorneys I worked with and there were so many warriors in both my offices in DC of ours lucky to know them how they fought and how they worked and how they save their client slim disaster. And you know mercy is a very confident woman in the book she doesn't mind going to court. She loves the trial experience you said that you sort of. Initially did much. Like that made you nervous a major, and then eventually you got some help and some guidance and need sort of took to it was at your path the into the courtroom. Person He roll up. Just. In But I got used to it a there was a network at public defender service in D.. C., which was perfect training ground and. Working through that network, I got much much much more confident. So Alaska. What you now your time between writing and you say working with homeless animals, you spend a fair amount of your time helping homeless cats. You say you liked dogs too. But are there some cats moving around in the background here or? There are few. How many cats you? Paint me crazy gatling I seven rescues seven rescues. Okay. Snow White and the seven cats. as well. you said, you use it two or three of them lolling around your desk while you're riding is that is that true? Do they keep you company while you're right they do an act to put my laptop my keyboard on lap tie because they are just wherever they choose to be. I, just have to work around. I look. Let's I'd like to. Get under the covers and just a second. But before we do, let's talk about the front cover your book. This is audio. So I need you to paint US law picture as to what we're looking at well is silhouette of a woman facing the. All and it's The background is sort of. CAST cloudy. Sky. Turbulent I would say the with clouds rolling in and. I see that loan silhouette as nursing. And and You know remember. So we met several years ago and I'd read some your books I think I can't remember which one it was but I was commitee that the covered in quite matched the. The great writing there was inside and I think you went back and you're going back to actually rework your covers and I just. Thought you know, do you have any observation about the value of having a good cover and whether if you were doing it over again, you might have done the covers differently. The first time around I'll yeah and you're not hiding. That's being an amateur part of doing the self publishing thing and Part of it's not wanting to spend a whole bunch of money. The new covers I think are so good and their excuse me they're consistent. I think one book to the next and much more reflect the content. Are Really doing. Thank you. Know they'll be image of this cover in the show notes it strawberries PODCAST DOT com. After this episode comes out and it really does make a difference. The cover does. So I'm just saying to listeners if you're writing a book you know. Spend extra money and getting a cover because You know if you spend all that time sweat on the words, you know, make sure you gotta get covered to go with are you ready to get under the covers? Listeners will be getting under the covers and just I. I'd like to thank our episode spots or carry knows she's the two thousand fourteen. North Carolina Piedmont laureate for short fiction. Curious award-winning writer of books and stories who also.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Welcome back on the on the congressional and I W. I. T. C. so I have a friend send me a couple of links today on social media but Chris and yes my question so did you know there was a socialist rifles I said no I have no idea and there's also would John Brown gun club which is affiliated with another group called redneck revolt and there's even there is some media reports not all reports is being true so I don't know that I I trust all the sources are reporting this but there was there was allegedly a university North Carolina professor at some the riots we saw around the the uniting the right what people call a white supremacist rally that was going on North Carolina turned violent one person read a card will crowd of antifa protesters lady was killed that person is prosecuted there are news reports that a U. M. C. professor was brandishing a rifle at the driver of that car before the car took off and ended up running over some people now I don't say that was an excuse for anything this driver did those facts I'm sure we would all be born out of the criminal prosecution involving this guy running over someone killing and injuring several other people this call but my point bring it up is not to choose sides in that debate but to say the there are these groups that are leftists even anarchist eight AM nominally in fact proudly socialists who are also to aid organizations are prone to a organizations and when you go to for instance the website of the socialist rifle association in there about link there on their page you start reading the sentence and Hey sounds like what I'm all about for a good part of this which is we recognize all aspect is a quote you can look it up yourself if you're you for your computer got your phone the socialist rifle association we recognize all aspects of self and community defense to include topics such as firearms disaster relief medicine logistics agriculture general survival skills and other pursuits necessary to unify and strengthen communities she was wrong with that who have who have a problem with that but you know the rest of that sentence this is to unify and strengthen communities against the hardships of life under capitalism hold up hardships of life under capitalism we're talking about overthrowing the capitalist economy of this country and by what means this raises an interesting question I want to take your calls on this in the second hour how we feel about that you don't have to be a conservative to have second amendment rights that's an important point we'll get into that in the.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Maryland legal residents age eighteen or older only and eight PM December seven twenty nineteen full rules at Jared dot com slash grand opening rules I can't stop you so I don't get myself worked up in that regard it doesn't help I have mentioned censure more than once going back a couple of months they didn't go down that road which they could have got Republicans to go in on they chose not to do that okay here we are now you and Adam Schiff bring forth every witness he could and it was just a ridiculous mass he convinced no one so you bring forth now these lawyers that you've selected three to one by the way as a mom somehow supposed to believe that's a three out of every four lawyers agree that the what the president did as impeachable you know how many lawyers you need to agree zero your Congress hi good manners no no black and knock yourselves out there was not an argument made by professor Karlan or OR Feldman or or or I his Gerhard from university North Carolina law school that convinced is they believe based on their interpretation that yes it's impeachable luckily for the rest of us it doesn't matter because it only matters of Congress believes it's I was paying close attention one of them said if this is I think was present this is not digital nothing's impeachable I'm not arguing that go right ahead but if you ask me based on the facts as presented it's not an impeachable offense is not a high crime or misdemeanor even the expression you got to do us a favor it is all right or all me as a standard it brings up the concept of context and this was Jim Jordan speaking to professor Pamela Carlin professor Carlin context is important isn't it yes Sir yeah because just a few minutes ago when when the mark calling from Florida presented a statement you may you said well you got to take that statement in context but it seems to me you don't want to extend the same apply the same standard to the president because the now famous quote I would like you to do us a favor you said about an hour and a half ago.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"House impeachment hearings the Judiciary Committee will hear from constitutional scholars on the issue of what's an impeachable offense correspondent monu Raju reads from a portion of an opening statement from one of those witnesses one from Michael Gerhardt has won the democratic eight witnesses invited by the Democrats from university North Carolina says the present serious misconduct including bribery soliciting a personal favor from a foreign leader in exchange for his exercise of power in obstructing justice in Congress are worse than the misconduct of any prior president a portion of the opening statement from the lone Republican constitutional scholar Jonathan Turley has been obtained he's going to say this I'm concerned about lowering its impeachment standards to fit a paucity of evidence an abundance of anger if the house proceeds solely on the Ukrainian allegations this impeachment would stand out among modern impeachment as the shortest proceeding with the Dennis evidentiary record and then there was crowned ever used to impeach a president is mono Roger I'm John trout in London president trump calls Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau two faced after he was overheard appearing to gossip about trump the video for Monday night's Buckingham Palace reception appears to show Canadian prime minister Justin Trudeau mocking president trump's pension for having quote a forty minute press conference at photo ops making him wait for scheduled meetings and taking questions while serving alongside German chancellor Angela Merkel president trump shore took the video on face value was too fast and honestly with the nice guy I find to be a very nice guy but you know the truth is that I called him out on the fact is I'm trying to percent and I guess he's not very happy about it the comment it took the edge off the president's differences with Merkel no he vowed he would press her for Germany not spending two percent of GDP on defense I'm Bob Constantini stocks are opening broadly higher on Wall Street Texas Instruments climb two point five percent.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"We know we're coming yeah we can have jobs for them I have provided to patients for healthcare and all these things that people need because if we can't that whole quote about we need to have him on this we can provide for people that was all left out of the new times article amazingly enough right yes it was and the brownie wreckage talk about doctor James Johnson a business professor university North Carolina studying demographics sure nothing doctor Johnson talked about as the Browning of America America is fast becoming gonna look like South America I seven countries very quickly because again look you don't think we get our border **** rushed course within the border **** rushed exactly what's happening and they're not coming here because they want to be American is one our money they come here from sperm socialistic countries that fail and she's being called a racist for this let's continue people are just plain as somebody has a bloody nose yep and all around the house so we don't have time to teach them the principles of our country more than you should have your children today right yup so the issue yeah we want to be able to have the opportunity to teach them why America's great why they want to come here that's that's the issue and so when senator casada says we don't want to simulate we don't want that what a what do you want yeah what do you plan for America to look like in ten years yeah what kind of form of government are we going to live under the same ten what is going to have my own life yeah what's what's my country going to look like there's nothing wrong with that.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

06:20 min | 3 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Paul in Salt Lake City Utah great to have you on the program Sir hello Hey what Lamar prior to talk to you Sir thank you Sir have a listening for days about this equal pay from the women's World Cup and waiting for somebody to mention the fact that fresh off their two thousand seventeen World Championship they were beaten fighter to buy much of U. fifteen boys club in Dallas Texas yeah that's exactly right exactly what your I have this story right here formerly teens staying with a finger you know it's it's a it's a Paul appreciate your call I really do I this is this is going to take everybody off this is the second illustration we have the university North Carolina women's coach saying look scrimmages against boys are fine until they're fourteen or older and then our guys are why are gals get beat down so bad that is demoralizing it's look it here's the thing I I it's it's ridiculous to have to say this but I'm gonna say it anyway this doesn't mean anything it doesn't mean women are lesser it doesn't mean men are better we're just different there's different kinds of body structure for different purposes ma'am for example and gently AGB Jill crowd fixes this don't have loans I'm only eighty LG TV kill people get around to fixing this man can't have babies women KM requires a certain body structure for that act to happen but since that's a disease I'm not allowed to talk about it as honestly as I would like to women are made differently designed differently what do you believe in god or not women are designed differently doesn't make a better doesn't make them worse they're just different in the case here in soccer the story in preparation the esports by the way is the source in preparation for two upcoming friendly is games against Russia the U. S. women's national team the one of the canyon of heroes today being feted by that lunatic mayor in New York City build the blond hero Blasio whatever's nine US women's national team player the FC Dallas your fifteen boys academy team on Sunday and lost five two story April fourth two thousand seventeen the friend way which means the scrimmage the friendly match came as the U. S. look to tune up before taking on Russia on Thursday night in a friendly of course the match against the academy team was very informal should not be a major cause for alarm it says here in giant whether it's don't worry the CBO story course this match against the fifteen year old boy is on a very informal are should not be major cause for alarm it should be a major cause for alarm because the U. S. women's team is not competing against men in the World Cup they're competing against other women that's call fairness I'm Lester from East Germany no we don't know what they are well the only is Germany hell we may not know what they are now the American name for that matter but I don't I don't I don't want to go there I could have said that but what I did by the way the few between Alexander custom contains and Nancy Pelosi is continuing to heat up there's this guy Jake Sherman he is I guess he works at NBC political P. MSNBC any tweeted there's obviously a leak hello see to her carcass today so again you got a complaint your common talk to me about it but don't tweet about our members and expect us to think that that's okay so this is a direct hit she's talking to her caucus fellow Democrats in the house obviously thinking about what does and does you'll handle more interested in malcontents and she's warning them use you you keep doing Mr Twitter and it's not okay then that's a mild threat from policy grab some by number seven Christine Brennan sports reporter at The Washington Post USA today in a number of places now CNN sports I she was on with poppy Harlow today and poppy Harlow said you know what it made me think does this woman does regular Pino have a future in politics no why would anybody that the woman has just celebrated winning the World Cup in women's soccer and I love it when people make my point they're converting her now into a political weapon because she refuses to go to the White House yeah she's telling Donald Trump what for she's telling trump that he's no big deal I can repeat on the heels of Michael have an IBM stormy Daniels and Jeffrey of city now the latest the takedown trumpet here's CNN fantasizing does this woman have a future in politics what will her next chapter B. M. here's Christine Brendan's answer and which candidate is she going to enjoy that will be an insignificant moment in this twenty twenty presidential campaign you already see senator Kamel Harris's been tweeting nonstop about this team others have as well Elizabeth Warren so when did she decide to join a maybe with Alex Morgan and a few others be on the stage that would be a for that any show yeah you you heard it here we have two women on CNN Christine Brennan and poppy Harlow fantasizing over who Megan Rapinoe might endorse and what a blockbuster that would be oh my god that will not be an insignificant moment in the presidential campaign can you imagine a photo op and so the picture is being painted of all of these breathless Democrat nominees these candids banking hoping praying to get the endorsement and follow up with Megan Rapinoe on the belief that it'll turn the tide of the election now do we need to define the word delusional Freddie somebody.

Paul Salt Lake City Utah Lamar fifteen year
"university north carolina" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:24 min | 3 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Else Rush Limbaugh your Guiding Light behind this golden EIB microphone and we're gonna start on the phones without Paul in Salt Lake City Utah great to have you on the program Sir hello Hey what level of honor to talk to you Sir thank you Sir have a listening for days about on this equal pay from the women's World Cup in the waiting for somebody to mention the fact that fresh off their two thousand seventeen World Championship they were beaten five to to buy a bunch of U. fifteen boys club in Dallas Texas yeah that's exactly right exactly what your I have the story line here formerly teens staying the finger you know it's it's it's a Paul I pre **** your call I really do I this is this is going to take everybody off this is the second illustration we have the university North Carolina women's coach saying look scrimmages against boys are fine until they're fourteen or older and then our guys are why are gals get beat down so bad that is demoralizing it's look it here's the thing I I it's it's ridiculous to have to say this but I'm gonna say it anyway this doesn't mean anything it doesn't mean women are lesser it doesn't mean men are better we're just different there's different kinds of body structure for different purposes ma'am for example and gently AGB Jill crowd fixes this don't have loans I'm only eighty LG TV cure people get around to fixing this man can't have babies women KM requires a certain body structure for that act to happen but since that's a disease I'm not allowed to talk about it as honestly as I would like to women are made different design definitely what do you believe in god or not women are designed differently doesn't make a better doesn't make them worse they're just different in the case here in soccer the story in preparation the esports by the way is the source in preparation for two upcoming friendly is games against Russia the US women's national team the one of the canyon of heroes today being feted by that lunatic mayor in New York City build the blood you know Lazio whatever's nine US women's national team player the FC Dallas your fifteen boys academy team on Sunday and lost five two story April fourth two thousand seventeen the friendly which means the scrimmage the friendly match came as the U. S. look to tune up before taking on Russia on Thursday night in a friendly of course the match against the academy team was very informal should not be a major cause for alarm it says here in giant level don't worry the CBS story of course this match against the fifteen year old boy is on a very informal are should not be major cause for alarm it should be a major cause for alarm because the US women's team is not competing against men in the World Cup they're competing against other women that's call fairness I'm Lester from East Germany no we don't know what they are well the old East Germany hell we may not know what they are now the American name for that matter but I don't I don't I don't want to go there I could have said that but what I did by the way the few between Alexander custom contains and Nancy Pelosi is continuing to heat up there's this guy Jake Sherman he is I guess he works at NBC political P. MSNBC any tweeted there's obviously a leak hello see to her carcass today so again you got a complaint to come and talk to me about it but don't tweet about our members and expect us to think that that's okay so this is a direct hit she's talking to her caucus bubble Democrats in the house obviously thinking about what does and does you'll handle more interested in malcontents and she's warning them use you you keep doing Mr Twitter and it's not okay then that's a mild threat from policy ram sound bite number seven Christine Brennan a sports reporter at The Washington Post USA today in a number of places now CNN sports I she was on with poppy Harlow today and poppy Harlow said you know what it made me think does this woman does Meghan repeat no have a future in politics no why would anybody that the woman has just celebrated winning the World Cup in women's soccer and I love it when people make my point they're converting her now into a political weapon it because she refuses to go to the White House yeah she's telling Donald Trump what for she's telling trump that he's no big deal to her now I can repeat on the heels of Michael have an IBM stormy Daniels and Jeffrey of city now the latest the takedown trumpet here's CNN fantasizing does this woman have a future in politics what will her next chapter B. and here's Christine Brennan sensor and which candidate is she going to endorse.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

05:25 min | 3 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on WTVN

"Sydel evolution political evolution cultural evolution or whatever else Rush Limbaugh your Guiding Light behind this only a I'd be a microphone and we're gonna start on the phones with that Paul in Salt Lake City Utah great to have you on the program Sir hello Hey what Limbaugh Bonner talk to you Sir thank you Sir have a listening for days about this equal pay from the women's World Cup in the waiting for somebody to mention the fact that fresh off their two thousand seventeen World Championship they were beaten five to to buy a bunch of U. fifteen boys club in Dallas Texas yeah that's exactly right correct what you may I have your story line here formerly teens staying with a finger yeah it's it's all appreciate your call I really do I this is this is going to take everybody off this is the second illustration we have the university North Carolina women's coach saying look scrimmages against boys are fine until they're fourteen or older and then our guys are why are gals get beat down so bad that is demoralizing it's look it here's the thing I I it's it's ridiculous to have to say this but I'm gonna say it anyway this doesn't mean anything it doesn't mean women are lesser it doesn't mean men are better we're just different there's different kinds of body structure for different purposes ma'am for example in Chile AGB Jill crowd fixes this don't have loans I'm only eighty LG TV kill people get around to fixing this man can't have babies women KM requires a certain body structure for a bad act to happen but since that's a disease I'm not allowed to talk about it as honestly as I would like to women are made differently designed differently what do you believe in god or not women are designed differently doesn't make a better doesn't make them worse they're just different in the case here in soccer the story in preparation to be a sports by the way is the source in preparation for two upcoming friendly is games against Russia the US women's national team the one of the canyon of heroes today being feted by that lunatic mayor in New York City build the blond hero Lazio whatever's nine US women's national team player the FC Dallas your fifteen boys academy team on Sunday and lost five two story April fourth two thousand seventeen the friendly which means the scrimmage the friendly match came as the U. S. look to tune up before taking on Russia on Thursday night in a friendly of course the match against the academy team was very informal should not be a major cause for alarm it says here in giant level don't worry the CBS story of course this match against the fifteen year old boy is on a very informal or should not be major cause for alarm it should be a major cause for alarm because the US women's team is not competing against men in the World Cup they're competing against other women that's call fairness I'm Lester from East Germany no we don't know what they are well the old East Germany hell we may not know what they are now the American name for that matter but I don't I don't I don't want to go there I could have said that but what I did by the way the few between Alexander custom contains and Nancy Pelosi is continuing to heat up there's this guy Jake Sherman he is I guess he works at NBC political P. MSNBC any tweeted there's obviously a leak hello see to her carcass today so again you got a complaint your common talk to me about it but don't tweet about our members and expect us to think that that's okay so this is a direct hit she's talking to her caucus bubble Democrats in the house obviously thinking about all there is and you'll handle more interested in malcontents and she's warning them use you you keep doing Mr Twitter and it's not okay then that's a mild threat from policy ram sound bite number seven Christine Brennan a sports reporter at The Washington Post USA today in a number of places now CNN sports I she was on with poppy Harlow today and poppy Harlow said you know what it made me think does this woman does Meghan Arpino have a future in politics no why would anybody that the woman has just celebrated winning the World Cup in women's soccer and I love it when people make my point they're converting her now into a political weapon because she refuses to go to the White House yeah she's telling Donald Trump what for she's telling trump that he's no big deal I can repeat on the heels of Michael have an IBM stormy Daniels and Jeffrey of city now the latest the takedown trouble here's CNN fantasizing does this woman have a future in politics what will her next chapter B. M. here's Christine Brennan sensor and.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on WTVN

"Edge societal evolution political evolution cultural evolution or whatever else Rush Limbaugh your Guiding Light behind this golden EIB microphone and we're gonna start on the phones without Paul in Salt Lake City Utah great to have you on the program Sir hello Hey what level of honor talk to you Sir thank you Sir have a listening for days about about this equal pay from the women's World Cup in the waiting for somebody to mention the fact that fresh off their two thousand seventeen World Championship they were beaten five to to buy a bunch of U. fifteen boys club in Dallas Texas yeah that's exactly right I have this story right here formerly teens staying the finger yeah it's it's it's a Paul appreciate your call I really do I this is this is going to take everybody off this is the second illustration we have the university North Carolina women's coach saying look scrimmages against boys are fine until they're fourteen or older and then our guys are why are gals get beat down so bad that is demoralizing it's look it here's the thing I I it's it's ridiculous to have to say this but I'm gonna say it anyway this doesn't mean anything it doesn't mean women are lesser it doesn't mean men are better we're just different there's different kinds of Bobby structure for different purposes ma'am for example in Chile AGB till crowd fixes this don't have loans I'm only eighty LG TV kill people get around to fixing this man can't have babies women KM requires a certain body structure for that act that happened but since that's a disease I'm not allowed to talk about it as honestly as I would like to women are made differently designed differently what do you believe in god or not women are designed differently doesn't make a better doesn't make them worse they're just different in the case here in soccer the story in preparation the esports by the way is the source in preparation for two upcoming friendly is games against Russia the US women's national team the one at the canyon of heroes today being feted by that lunatic mayor in New York City build the blond hero Blasio whatever's nine US women's national team player the FC Dallas your fifteen boys academy team on Sunday and lost five two story April fourth two thousand seventeen the friendly which means the scrimmage the friendly match came as the U. S. look to tune up before taking on Russia on Thursday night in a friendly of course the match against the academy team was very informal should not be a major cause for alarm it says here in giant whether it's don't worry the CBO story of course this match against the fifteen year old boy is on a very informal are should not be major cause for alarm it should be a major cause for alarm because the US women's team is not competing against men in the World Cup they're competing against other women that's call fairness I'm Lester from East Germany no we don't know what they are well the oldies Germany hell we may not know what they are now the American name for that matter but I don't I don't I don't want to go there I could have said that but what I did who's next Amy in Los Angeles great to have you on the EIB network a low rush I've listened to you for years and I'm I'm so excited that I got through and there's so many things to to tell you I was talking last night with that one of my best friends who played soccer in college and they are disgusted by the the behavior of this team I mean they're not showing good sports person ship and the the globalists that are so threatened by Donald Trump and had to take their masks off they identify as Democrats they must be terrified if they're trying to get these people to represent them yeah I know you've been at this this particular women's team is representative of the global effort to oust trump and and and and I think cranky Camelot is trying to they must have gotten the memo to being nasty to be mean to not be civil what does she need a mammal she's going to Camelot yeah look I'm this judge the clock I thought I had one minute more than I than I had can you hang on absolutely it's going to be a few minutes maybe if you don't want to hang on the phone we can call you back but I've got to go all right now what what what certainly deal with negotiate with your own future appearances I hang on for me right back.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"On the cutting edge the side a little lotion political evolution cultural evolution or whatever else Rush Limbaugh your Guiding Light behind this golden EIB microphone and we're gonna start on the phones with that Paul in Salt Lake City Utah great to have you on the program Sir hello Hey with Lamar prior to talk to you Sir thank you Sir they have a listening for days about about this equal pay from the women's World Cup in the waiting for somebody to mention the fact that fresh off their two thousand seventeen World Championship they were beaten fighter to buy a bunch of U. fifteen boys club in Dallas Texas yeah that's exactly right exactly what your I have this story right here formerly teens staying with a finger you know it's it's all appreciate your call I really do I this is this is not take everybody off this is the second illustration we have the university North Carolina women's coach saying look scrimmages against boys are fine until they're fourteen or older and then our guys are why are gals get beat down so bad that is demoralizing it's looking here's the thing I I it's it's ridiculous that say this what I'm gonna say it anyway this doesn't mean anything it doesn't mean women are lesser it doesn't mean men are better we're just different there's different kinds of body structure for different purposes ma'am for example in Chile AGB chill crowd fixes this don't have loans I'm only a LG TV kill people get around to fixing this man can't have babies women KM requires a certain body structure for that act that happened but since that's a disease I'm not allowed to talk about it as honestly as I would like to women are made differently designed differently what do you believe in god or not women are designed differently doesn't make a better doesn't make them worse they're just different in the case here in soccer the story in preparation the esports by the way is the source in preparation for two upcoming friendly is games against Russia the U. S. women's national team the one of the canyon of heroes today being feted by rep lunatic mayor in New York City build the blond hero Blasio whatever's nine US women's national team player the FC Dallas your fifteen boys academy team on Sunday and lost five two story April fourth two thousand seventeen the friendly which means the scrimmage the friendly match came as the U. S. look to tune up before taking on Russia on Thursday night in a friendly of course the match against the academy team was very informal should not be a major cause for alarm it says here in giant level it's don't worry the CBO story course this match against the fifteen year old boy is on a very informal are should not be major cause for alarm it should be a major cause for alarm because the U. S. women's team is not competing against men in the World Cup they're competing against other women that's call fairness I'm Lester from East Germany no we don't know what they are well the only is Germany hell we may not know what they are now the American name for that but I don't I don't I don't want to go there I could have said that what I did who's next Amy in Los Angeles great to have you on the EIB network a low rush I've listened to you for years and I'm I'm so excited that I got through there so many things to to tell you I was talking last night with that one of my best friends who played soccer in college and they are disgusted by the the behavior of this team I mean they're not showing good sports person ship then the the globalists that are so threatened by Donald Trump and had to take their masks off they identify as Democrats they must be terrified if they're trying to get these people to represent them yeah I'm a you've been at this this particular women's team is representative of the global effort to oust trump at at and and I think cranky Camelot is trying to they must have gotten the memo to be nasty to be mean to not be civil what does she need a mammal she's going to Camelot yeah look I'm this judge the clock I thought I had one minute more than I than I had can you hang on absolutely it's going to be a few minutes maybe if you don't want to hang on the phone we can call you back but I've got to go all right now what what what certainly deal with negotiate with your own future appearances I hang on calls me right back.

Rush Limbaugh Paul Salt Lake City Utah Lamar fifteen year one minute
"university north carolina" Discussed on When We Talk About Animals

When We Talk About Animals

13:28 min | 3 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on When We Talk About Animals

"Welcome to when we talk about animals a yale university podcast devoted added to exploring the big questions animals raised about what it means to be human. I'm lindsay stern and i'm viveka morris in his paper. A new kuzma janie the polish writer stanislaw lamb asked how it can be possible that from the vast cosmos most likely filled with intelligent beings other than ourselves. We have so far are heard nothing. The problem is more commonly known as the fermi paradox given the high probability that other intelligent lifeforms exist elsewhere in the universe. Why does does it seem that none of them has ever tried to contact us. Fourteen years later lamb published a fictional response to the paradox in the novel called his master's astor's voice. Lemmy imagines radio astronomers intercept what appears to be just such a message and neutrino signal from a distant constellation. The fermi paradox fox has been solved but it is here that the problems begin governments and scientific factions scrambled to control privatize and even weaponized the signal. No one manages manages to decode it. It's not even clear by the books end that the signal represents a message at all in his blazingly original paper radio astronomy as epistemology demolished our guest philosopher anthony weston formulates a similarly irreverend response to the fermi paradox what we take to be the silence of the a universe he suggests may teach us more about ourselves and the challenges of receptivity to non human minds in general then about the prevalence of other life suppose he writes for the sake of argument that some extraterrestrial intelligence briefly scans are portion of their sky in search of messages. Could they recognize our tv transmissions for them. Just one fluctuating electromagnetic impulse among billions as a product of intelligent life. A tv signal is certainly not constructed to be easily decoded by anyone else. We cannot assume western continues that the e._d._i.'s are so unlucky as to have thought thought of television the reason the universe appears to offer no evidence of extraterrestrial intelligence or a t._i. Weston suggests may be that we are paying the wrong kind of attention in his books. He invites us to imagine the possibility that other forms of intelligence quote do manifest themselves constantly and directly in ways that we simply simply do not expect and are not prepared to welcome or even notice for evidence of this blindness he continues we need look no further than our poor track record with non human terrestrial intelligences the dolphins whales and chimps right here among us with whom we have such a poor record of communicating. If we have such trouble acknowledging them he asks when we have lived with them since time out of mind. How can we even begin to say what it will take to recognize a truly alien intelligence or life form possibly we would miss it even if we were face to face with it and even if it was going to extraordinary lengths to try to reach us dr anthony weston is professor of philosophy and environmental studies at elon university university north carolina where he teaches ethics environmental studies and of course on millennial imagination he is the author of thirteen books including how utter reimagined the world and back to earth as well as dozens of articles on ethics critical thinking education and contemporary culture at elon western has won the university's premier awards for both teaching and scholarship. He is also a founding member of heart smell eco-village north carolina an experiment in self sufficient sustainable living. We are thrilled to have him here with us today. Dr anthony western welcome to when we talk about animals. Thank you great to be talking and you guys so you teach a class on the fermi paradox and by the end every student has to offer their own solution to it as far as i understand. Can you just walk us through the paradox and why you find it took compelling so again the the classic stories firming himself was a vicious kind of a polymath and not two ways at lunch with some colleagues wednesday and they were talking about the likelihood of intelligent life elsewhere and all of a sudden <unk> where are they and that's a paradox but a little bit more in detail so if you start with the idea that you said in your introduction that it seems pretty likely that the other life and intelligent life out there considering well in tax for me. This story originates from the fifties early. The late forties when we didn't even know that were planets around any other star that was just conjecture but now we know that just about that every star has planets and there a couple of hundred billion of them just in our galaxy and their multiple hundreds of billions of galaxies so even the clear that the preconditions of life are rare. Maybe they're even very rare but if you have a hundred billion chances probably there's going to be live somewhere somewhere else. So that seems like a reasonable hypothesis is argued the then you'd think if there were life somewhere on some of it since the universe is fourteen fourteen billion years old <hes> some of it would be advanced enough to be able to travel and make contact and if they were you'd think that we would have noticed so so since we don't seem to have noticed that conclusion as we got a problem that we have to really conclude that there there isn't other intelligent life out there or that ah somehow <hes> we shouldn't expect to be able to perceive them worse. Something's wrong with our way of perceiving so something's you gotta give somewhere in that a little more detail. That's the paradox and how would you articulate your solution my own solution well. Let me start with you mentioned the class class so we do a variety of things i could teach with astronomer this class. We do a variety of things there but we one of the things we do. I read a book called whereas everybody the fermi story and book is a collection of fifty possible. Answers is he's really doing is teaching basic astronomy astrology but that's the way he's doing it so anyway we turn apple's own answers and then the students do their own answers so it's very interesting my answer though is really i think why why did you send to the kinds of things that you're interested in your podcast. Which is my answer is kind of to look at the people must usually considered the least questionable assumption behind us which is in other intelligence present or trying to contact us that we would of course notice and you look around. It seems like that's clearly not case because well really forgot trouble enough. Noticing each other's intelligence right has the time or communicating or for that matter even our own sometimes but that's just among among families but let's say other human beings history of human contact with other quite different civilizations <hes> or here's the kicker for this podcast series other animals in general abysmal in your introduction. You said something in but a poor track record but it's not even a poor track record. It's disastrous the human record of recognizing particularly officially recognizing any kind of intelligence expressively communication from other animals especially ones that are a little bit farther relief from us in evolutionary terms is just is just awful so you know for one thing one more story is to start at home sugar how to communicate with or be open to the expressive -ness of other creatures right here on this planet is all i mean i'm not saying we should stop doing the searching for aliens. We should should do that too but you know the the challenge for me september on awareness and alertness to a world that's already profoundly communicative breath. It's much bigger than just a question of some astronomers searching radio spectrum australians. This is a much bigger thing much richer and more promising and right next to us. That's really the moral stories from me. And how do you define intelligence when you're speaking both both animals or extraterrestrial terrestial life in this case of course controversial topic even among humans totally and and that's kind of the point. It seems to me that almost all the concepts that we try to. I think we're thinking about elliott with thinks it's so useful about thinking about aliens is all the concepts lose grip on them but really that story is. We don't have to start with even about each other. Let alone other creatures so intelligence while you know there was a time when intelligence was supposedly measured by certain kinds of tests <hes> or certain kinds of problem solving even that's now sort of fractured into whole variety of ways of thinking dot intelligence so that kind of standard in psychology is seven or eight kinds of intelligence emotional new miracle but even at in you know in test-taking context and kind of self proving context proof you know are you intelligent are so well okay so one example would be. I i listened recently to the number of your podcast one of them about octopus and it seems like people <hes> a really impressed by certain things that i always want to say occupy but octopus guy said so okay and professor guttering smith said <hes> so people are very impressed by the fact that octopus can escape from cages under certain conditions. It's england probably humans like through the drainpipe so they're very good at getting out of traps <hes> so that seemed to kind of impress people but <hes> i suppose that's the kind of intelligence but it might be quite marginal to the animal is actually mostly doing more about right so it proves something. I suppose. We probably shouldn't be at that impressive but we should correspondingly. We ought to be a lot more interested in what is central to the animal's life inexpressive impressiveness. We might call intelligence so we might need to learn to take seriously something other than escape capacity right it's intelligence but not many that central and even so but i think a lot of terms are like that in the language itself and communication even all these notions are profoundly anthropomorphized in in ways that we you know again thinking about aliens and correspondingly other uh-huh none other than human life forms really helps us to think of reminds us so i'm basically dodging question. I don't think intelligence thinkable notion and i don't i think the way to work on this problem or issue is to try to figure out criteria for intelligence. I think much broader kind of openness and expectation dictation of mystery or you know things that we don't anticipate <hes> what is going on with these creatures rather than do. They need some standards. We have even if they're broader water more inclusive than they used to be an. I still find that a suspicious way of proceeding. That's very interesting. I <hes> recently read a book by david abrahams who knows a philosopher and thinker. He resonates with you as well called the spell of the centrist in which he discusses among other things how language can have a distancing distancing effect on our ability to perceive other life forms for what they are and i think that that's really demonstrated by what you were just talking about the need to define intelligence in a way inhibits us from actually being able to see and appreciate it because any any definition we come up with is going to be woefully insufficient to encompass breath of life. You need to talk to david <unk>. That would be go back. Go back a long way so one of the two to in his terms for a second so one of my things is even the most basic concepts we have for thinking about animals and aliens really lose their grip so this notion communication so communication which tends to get reduced to language and language to a certain kind of familiar syntax and semantics the antics type of thing which runs through a lot of animal experimentation as you know in general abram says well you know a broader. Maybe more useful and certainly more. I guess you could say receptive or even civil category. Instead of communication might be communion so <hes> so that's an that's just something so if we think of ourselves as because communion is not necessarily sesotho conveyance of proposition information or some canal in long to that but his alert aware being together somewhere somewhere moving together.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on AP News

"It is also a question of life and death. For a major gin Listrik principal. Assange faces charges in the US for allegedly conspiring to hack into a Pentagon, computer system. I'm Kim McGuire. AP radio news. Radio. I've commit wire Torney general William Bartels, the Senate Judiciary committee, he decided to release a four page summary of Robert Muller's report, and then released support only after spending some three weeks redacting portions of it place holder in my judgment was simple statement of what the bottom line conclusions were and I wasn't going to be in the business of feeding out more and more information as time went on to adjust to what the press was saying committee member Delaware democrat, Chris coons tells bar his actions, muddy the water about the Muller investigation. And the report somehow concluded the president didn't obstruct Justice and you announce that you had cleared the president twenty five days before the public could read the mullahs report for themselves. I think it's no wonder special counsel Muller thought, your four page letter created public confusion about critical aspects of the results the investigation and that that threatened to undermine the central purpose for which he was appointed. And other democrat. That's are calling on committee chairman Lindsey Graham to call Muller to testify AP Washington. Correspondent saga megani? Reports bar may skip testifying to the House Judiciary committee House Judiciary committee's voted to let it staff question bar at his scheduled hearing tomorrow, adding extra time for questioning the Justice department has said if that's the plan bar will not show up panel chair, Jerry Nadler, speculating bars afraid of testifying Republicans say Democrats are conducting impeachment like proceedings, North Carolina. Teachers are demonstrating and Raleigh today demanding higher pay and better working conditions for them as well as school support staff. Crowd sizes not been estimated for this year. But last year some twenty thousand people showed up for those demonstrations, a similar protest is also being held today in South Carolina. This is a p. Radio news. Two people are dead in a shooting the university North Carolina, Charlotte a man is in custody tristen, Andrew, Terrell. His neighbor tells W CNC seen him walking around several times. I mean, he's super quiet from what I've seen. I mean, very introverted. I've spoken to myself. And I mean most I've heard from him. Hello. And that was it four other people were wounded three are in critical condition. A British judge sentences WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, nearly a year in prison for skipping bail seven years ago and holding up in the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Mickey leaks pros from Kristen half. Nelson says they're more worried about the US effort to extradite Assange. Yeah. Question of life and death for Mr. Natanz?.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Some sad news USA today reporting that at least two or did for injured in a shooting at university North Carolina in Charlotte. Campus is on lockdown officials issued an alert telling students to stay in a safe location gunshot reported near a building on campus. Aerial shots. Local TV show police officers running towards building another show students running on a campus sidewalk. Again reporting to did for injured. I don't know anything else about this more as we hear convey to you. Speaking of bad news. It's bad news. If you're living in Venezuela. Direct challenge to the government. The government forces that have so far back Madero much to the surprise of many in the administration. Hundreds of supporters have now gathered near a military base as the opposition leader, declares what he hopes is the final phase of his mission to outspent from power. Vice President Mike Pence today expressing support for wide tweeting, we are with you America will stand with you until freedom and democracy are restored NBC's. Carey Sandra towards me. Now with more on the story. I know carry you've spent a lot of time down there. I think it has been surprising to a lot of people in Washington in the administration, at least this is taking longer than they thought. Just by the sanctions to this the pressure with the help of Russia and other outside forces Madora is hanging on not only hanging on. But he appears to still control the military. You have to understand. Venezuela gun ownership is not something that is open to everybody. So if the military have the guns, they have the power, and did you just hear that? Make inadvertently made an argument for the second amendment. He realizes this MSNBC. I don't think you have any idea. What you just said hanging on. But. Still control the military. You have to understand. Venezuela gun ownership is not something that is open to everybody. So if the military have the guns, they have the power and as long as nNcholas Maduro controls the military, he controls the country. Hello..

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"university north carolina" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:14 min | 3 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on 600 WREC

"She just keep spewing this stuff. And there's nobody to tell her no there isn't a single person and the democrat party with any guts to tell her. No, the closest that we may have is Dianne Feinstein, but that was purely accidental her office was overrun by a bunch of six year olds preaching, the her that she doesn't know what she's talking about in the way, she talked to these cities kids, she acted offended. Did they had the audacity to tell her how to do anything? I've been doing this thirty years, you people basically still in the sandbox come back to me when you know, what your to kids. The democrat party for the children the audio sound by this is pretty good President Trump. I'm watching drive by cable news today and the Chiron banners waiting for Trump to depart for North Vietnam. What you're sitting around waiting for Trump to leave? That's what the news media's doing. Yes, we are awaiting Trump's departure. It's they're twelve hours ahead of us in in Hanoi. So it's just after midnight in Hanoi. I was going to look up what the flight time is from from Washington to to handle I didn't have a chance to do that. I don't know if they're gonna stop along the way. Or or not many of the drive. What's that? Well. Call the crew of EIB one and say book a flight plan for Hanoi. I did that let me tell you. What have you remind me has nothing to do with anything, folks? But back in I forget what year I was going to do the troop visit over to Afghanistan. And I I was I was going with the State Department part of US agency for the national element. Which is just the way I had to piggyback. And of course, I wanted to get there on my own otherwise it would have been. Zigzagging all over the place and having to fly around Iran because they shoot down anything on authorized and it required a couple of days layover in Dubai. So I got hold of the one flight purser. What would it take to get there? You should've seen what they did. They didn't want to fly into a war zone. They wanted to. So they said, well, this is what we're going to need and they put every spare part on the airplane. We're going to need tires. We're gonna need. This are going gonna need that we're gonna need in case. There's any kind of malfunction or any kind of mechanical problem. We gotta have the parts with us to get out of there, which of course, made sense. But it was their way of saying, no, they're just not gonna come out and say, screw you. We're not flying into a war zone. So they make it look like it'd be impossible to do. So telling the flight credit, we're going to go to that that might be a bad idea because you know, there's no war going on and Vietnam right now. Anyway, the press is doing everything they can. This Trump up for failure. They are claiming the trouble do anything anything to get a deal even give away the United States of America to get a deal and Trump has finally had it. He tweeted out so funny to watch people who have failed for years, they got nothing telling me how to negotiate with North Korea. But thanks anyway. And that pretty much sums up. We've got polling data that is going to it shocked me when I saw that there. Now, I'm gonna struck this from memory. I've got it buried in the stack here. Well, let's put it to the upshot is that there are far many more people in this country who identify as conservative than liberal. And I looked at it. And I was shocked when I saw it, and it just shows how seductive media coverage is if you watch media, if you watch movies, if you listen to music anything in pop culture, of course, you'll become convinced that the left is dominant in pop culture, they are. But you get the impression that the majority of it, and they aren't and in some ways, it isn't even close. Speaking of the academy. Did anybody watch them last night? Did you did? I folks I don't know if this is me just getting older. I swore when I was young. I swore that I was not going to become an old fuddy duddy. I was not I was going to actively work not to become somebody that just rejected out of hand. Anything utes of the day. We're doing which all day encounter as they grow up and older people think they're full of it. And don't know what they're talking about some cases where right when it comes to Alexander the Cortez. But even even with all of my efforts to stay young at heart to stay hip after all the effort, I have engaged into redefining hip on the radio. I watched the Academy Awards, and I feel I don't know. I don't know any of the people. I knew a couple of the actresses. I can barely understand what some of these people are saying or talking about. I don't get the impression that the Academy Awards have anything to do with the country. I live in. It's just it's I mean, of course, there's the political content that erects a boundary anyway. But that's always going to be there because Hollywood's a bunch of leftist, but outside of that and factoring that in. This just seemed like something that I am totally unfamiliar with. And I'll I'll get into more detail. What I mean as the program unfolds. Here another headliners voices from this is. Looks the New York Post. It's actually from last week. And I kept it because it didn't fit into anything last week marriage is still the main way for women to get rich. According to a new survey found that women enter the elusive one percent. By way of marrying a rich guy. Sorry spouse because good Mary a rich. Well, no by no. There aren't any one percent women. They gotta marry up. Is what it says here. Researchers university North Carolina at Charlotte, which is where a bunch of leftists troll FOX where a bunch of leftist. Hang out took a look at the nine hundred five to two thousand seventeen survey of consumer finances reports doing Samin gender income patterns and they saw that American households. Who were part of the one percent? What do you think that is what is the bottom income line making you above the one percent? This is a wild. Guess. I always look if you make more than one fifty year in the top one percent, that's one guess what? What are you?.

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"university north carolina" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"university north carolina" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Unique to only university North Carolina and university of Missouri is not okay. So where else where else can you? I'm not a student there. But there are. You know, Mark, I realize you're you're still in fourth grade. What grade are you in on the sophomore high school? Okay. Sorry. But. I mean, you just can't you can't just make stuff up as you. Go along. I mean there whether I like it or not doing if I'm a member of of of an organization, and they have a bylaw, then I have to subscribe. You have to create real. Philosophical. I don't like it. You have to create real, right? There has to be standard. There's no standard. No, mark. There are standards that are called. Regularly on which what's worth UNC our misery. There shouldn't be there should be a clear, they need to create other different cases. Well, but then then you have to say would you are saying one is worse by sending down a harsher penalty. No, you're just simply, you know. I don't know what your knowledge of law is. But what what the committee on infractions does is they look at an individual case. And then they measure it against their interpretation of the bylaws. They don't go. Okay. Well, we let North Carolina off good, by the way, they're not. They're not all the same people who did that. I know I shouldn't have been you have to there has to be some sort of where they I don't see what the problem was saying is this the Missouri case is not some sort of ridiculous case. It's very intuitive case, I know it's bound to happen. And I'm sure it happens that countless other schools, we have tutors remember one thing, Missouri. Missouri acknowledged the mistakes, right, which I think which I think is good that we're having. Healthy NCWA. Listen, Mark tha-. I mean, I I don't know I suggest you keep working on your as a sophomore. Because I don't think you're quite ready to argue a case in front of the supreme court yet, Harry is up next in New Orleans. Hello, harry. Good afternoon, Paul afternoon. Oh, you do carry the sheets in correct? I got one somewhere here. You know, Paul after hearing your so many times, I think you've made a fine judge. You know, it only if I had only been a judge. I could be making millions doing a judge Judy type show right here. Can you imagine? Okay. Good afternoon. We have Jim from Tuscaloosa as the plaintiff and squirrel as the defendant. I would that not be the biggest show. I mean, I don't know who's in charge of the show. They're making a big mistake. We don't you. I mean, do you not agree? If we need to be four hours. But every day we bring in callers. And we we get new studio somewhere and. And we argue the case if we can't settle it. But here's what's that on outside. Paul. But seriously, you you you would have probably thrown out most cases because they would have been no material issues affecting dispute. Well, yeah, that's a really good point. But. But it wouldn't stop me. You got to remember one thing here. Facts are no facts the show must go on here. Right. But talking to what they feel. It's good to hear milley's feeling better. And I'll you ask. So she liked him the Super Bowl. And I was hoping you'd asked me who I like you like. I I like New England. And and I I very seldom disagree with those who predict those things, but in this case, I think New England will win handily for whatever that's worth. But I'm joining a show. And I, and I I really I really look forward to the rest of it. Great weekend. You got. Order in the court. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast male. A lot about the Super Bowl in it. Lanta this weekend. The weather has cleared. The teams have you been following the Super Bowl? Let's talk to somebody who has been following it. Ryan Clark good friend played at LSU. We'll get an LSU question or two and as well. But right now, he's been in Atlanta working for ESPN all week. Ryan, thanks for the time and house Atlanta going. Well, it's actually pretty day. I'm actually sitting outside to do this interview. We have so good weather. Well, that is good. Because until today it hasn't been good anywhere for that matter and Atlanta is not as bad as some places..

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