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Brazil's Environmentalists Worry Fire Season Will Worsen Amazon's Deforestation
"A year ago, there was an international outcry over his surge in the number of fires in the Brazilian Amazon. Now, as fire season gets underway there, the rainforest is facing the threat of even more destruction in the first ten days of this month more than ten thousand fires were detected NPR's Philip. Reeve says that number's up from last year? Fosse's in the Amazon is off to a terrible start. Brazil's environmentalists worried it's president is not thoroughfares starting. Yard Four. Judah. Story that Amazon is going up in flames is alive says Boston. We must combat this with true numbers. He says, the numbers that Boston auto dismisses the Lai come from satellite data collected by Brazil's space research agency. These show fires in the first ten days of this month are up on the same time last year by seventeen percent. There's also plenty of evidence on the ground them European neo a scenario. Dave. Dave still being. Bunch English Niche Flavio Terracini lives in Porta value a city in the Amazon state of from Bonia he teaches biology local university Tennessee on his porch when NPR reaches him by WHATSAPP, all signal and the key advice you fall off came on the forest, the Muslim. He says, he's holding pieces of burned leaves in his hand drifted in from the forest. He can see a lot of smoke on the horizon. He says, it's making the some red here in on a pool. There are fires all around us ash is falling in our homes or Richard Doug, every year Jane Dwyer is an American born Catholic nun who's taken Brazilian nationality. On Apu is a small town in the forest by a river that eventually flows into the Amazon. She's been there for decades helping impoverished farmers protect their land rights. Sister Dwyer says, the fires there haven't yet reached frightening levels but what is frightening is that the forest is coming now she's talking about illegal loggers even pandemic that cutting down trees dwyer says, she can hear them. We can hear it. We live where where the road is they take down in during the day and at night, the trucks are going every single night last August was the worst month for five is in the Brazilian Amazon in nearly a decade. Many of these are deliberately set by farmers clearing already deforested land for cattle. Deforestation rose in the twelve months to July third on the year before. So this Moorland to burn. International pressure on both NATO is growing foreign investors a threatening to pull funds from Brazil unless he does a far better job of protecting the forest most scenario is defending his government's performance Nasi you. And? We're doing a tremendous amount. He says. He punched to the fact that deforestation dipped for the month of July in May Boston narrow sent thousands of troops to the forest to help police it. It's too soon to save. That's making a difference since taking office Bolsonaro has weakened government environmental protection agencies. And the Alan Carr of the Amazon Environmental Research Institute believes the army lacks the expertise to protect the Amazon. We have institutions that have been dealing with the have a strategy to that. So when you give that job to another institution, it seems like it has to start everything again with the willed focused on the corona virus pandemic environmentalists fair the destruction in the Amazon won't get the attention. It deserves sister Jane thinks in her part of the forest this year it'll be even worse areas where there's more far coming down this year than last. So the fires will be worse put breeze NPR news reddish
"university tennessee" Discussed on Probably Science
"England. Mr Poppin poppers pop and tangled poop. We wrote a song what we'll frozen stuff and and creature is there is this story sends him by Holly Gabrielson of Nevada frequent reconfirmed to the show and roommates I should say of my but scientists melted ancient ice and a long dead worm ridden so yeah in all sorts of aliveness. A team biologist melted some Siberian across to look from microbes and an ancient survivor wave. Hello in the slightly floral a writing a feature as dot com but it is linked to a Washington Post article. So I do trust of the University Tennessee. Microbiologist Tatyana Vishnu Vits Work Petri dish. Yeah thank you. That's a solid science scientist named from a Hollywood movie as well like that's real like Tatyana fifteen. That's real good next block. It's going to be played by Scott Johann. That's incredible that is so very shelly that there's hope for Disney right. The cryogenics does does that mean. Oh Yeah who did that? Were obviously at some point you. You're asking yourself how did the Worm Harish? Yes so I don't think so so. It was on the Petri dish it was it was Paul nematodes half millimeter long roundworms that sprang back to life. As the ICE FOR ICE AGE ERA. Frost melted around them. The against lot survival story may suggest that life could survive extreme conditions including those on other planets Vishnevskaya. I hope I've saying differently every time. But they're all conversions things that the worm which of the most complex organism to survive being frozen and thawed so far at least are forty years old. She said yes so. She suggested that the Washington Post that they could have survived indefinitely in the ice as long as the poem across state stable if they survived forty one thousand years worms nematode expert. Gaetan Burgundy of Belgium's extreme life. Your Institute has one of those worms. I would.
Ram, Salisbury clinch men's doubles title in Melbourne
"The doubles final. Men's doubles final. Won by Britain's Joe Salisbury and America's Ranchi Ram and. It was their first. Is the first ever slam for Joe Spur. Who played brilliantly today? And Reggie Fram. I didn't realize this. She study five years of age. He'd never want amendable slam either. He'd WanNa mixed doubles slam last year. What a moment for him? It was something like his fifty eighth. Men's Grand Slam tournament something like that fifty six or fifty eight thirty fine. He got his first one and for it's one of those partnerships switch has massively worked out for both of them. I mean Joe Souls you know not many people knew about each other souls bree eighteen months ago and now he's a grand slam champion. Ram has helped him get over the line and they were. I mean they were the seeded team. They're up against a inexperience this path and they showed their class in that in that match. They were the number of points they created in men's doubles where served dominates was extraordinary. They were so good on. Return and Joe Salisbury. In particular felt like the best buy on the call he was. He was fantastic and he's now put himself in a position to about the Olympics to to be at the Olympics and choice the partner. He's this puts him up to four in in the world and if he's top ten executive Olympics he gets to select his partner and he was asked by by Russell Fuller on the BBC explicitly. They would you like to play with Andy Murray and he said Yeah. I thought it'd be super cool and I'd love that which I mean tough on for Jamie. Murray very tough on but I mean amazing for diesels breed and Rajiv Ram mm-hmm island today used to be coached by Australian tournament director. Craig toilet would you believe I'm you this because when when when he said that unquote that it reminded me. I remember being in the tournament in Qatar in two thousand two when I met Craig Tully Abner Mason. Before he was an aid. Come over I think to sort of run. Some some sort of Kemp's training camps and I got into and I actually Santamaria Good Company. Really really good start to way before his tennis Australia days and he he used to be the head coach or captain of the Illinois University Tennessee he was. He was doing that for about ten years and he ran the whole program at telenor. University and on his team was Rajiv. Ram Delic remember him and he told me about those two and it was one of those where you know somebody tells you about players whose or coming up poor. Who's a college? I remember writing these down on a piece of Bay right. I'm going to look out for these guys you know and see what like What he's like? Mike is a man with a served. That's a carbon copy. If Pete Sampras yes I love it when that happened down to what he does is with his left foot ticks. Yeah it's extraordinary
"university tennessee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"To the business we're showing we've been talking it's not about the small business when I was a smart way to say it thank you the lord have mercy yes bless your heart one thing one thing I did want talk about which I try to talk about all this segment along with that only I don't mind cast sometimes it's you're a little bit of rope well in our agreement hi I make more under Hey Donna paper no see what's written on there not the door just lose a panel of the a contractor I will talk about business failures there were always talking about how often they fail and and different things and there's there's a new study that was come out in his got to be probably the closest thing to be in the truth there will ever be because it comes from university Tennessee how long it's a study yeah within the first year fifty percent of small businesses fail within five years ninety five percent ninety five percent of of course it's been a I'm sure they probably you know Poland and did the study in the last you know five years in the last five years there's been some tough tough years yeah I'm sure there's like other things that go into that whole yeah I was mad because you want to log in or not it takes everything with twenty or less employees without like this because a lot of times you know the government standards is small business with the government is five million annual gross sales a year are far less which I think small business first place and but it was there instead of the twenty or less employees thirty seven percent.
"university tennessee" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Little bit of rope well in our agreement hi I make more Hey Donna paper and I'll see what's written on it not the Georgia southern boy I was very awesome closer lose a panel of the contractor I didn't want to talk about business failures there were always talking about how often they fail and and different things and there's there's a new study that has come out in his got to be probably the closest thing to be in the cruise I will ever be because it comes from university Tennessee how long it's a study that they did within the first year fifty percent of small businesses fail within five years ninety five percent ninety five percent of because it's been a I'm sure they probably took this you know Poland and did the study in the last you know five years at the last five years there's been some tough tough years yeah I'm sure there's like other things that go into that whole yeah I was mad because you want to log in or not it takes everything with twenty or less employees without like this because a lot of times you know the government standards is small business with the government five million annual gross sales a year or less which I think small business was placed and there there's still a twenty or less employees thirty seven percent have a survival rate in four years and nine percent have a survival rate in ten years that's interesting it's real interesting there really is so it looks like to me that is a little bit better rate with a small small business is what I'm reading so but some of the ones they really talk about in here with I will give you some examples because of one family restaurants and of course everybody you know lessons everywhere right and you know it's ones we like to go to and and eat because I usually have the best no you know usually the best for you but then also you know that the court everything is you know it's it's you know.
"university tennessee" Discussed on GradBlogger
"Podcast for helping you build an online business built a side Hustle Bill the research company build your brand in space that you want to the thorny and so that you can change the world with your work with your research with the power of that business. You're building so I'm your host Dr Chris Cloney antennas up so we have our repeat guests back on Dr Melni Bruce. We're talking about when and how to rebrand your online business not only appreciate you taking the time to come back on the show again and and talk through this process with the listeners absolutely great less left us says happy back and sharing my life with everybody you got it so we e-last Melania on the show on episode sixteen which is only two episodes ago when we were talking about using instagram a lot of great tips about how to use it what the different structure in processes are and really good interview so releasing these in the future. I'd encourage you to go back and check that out. We shared a little bit of Dr Bruce's story in there but this is actually sharing more story. I think we're talking about how when and how to rebrand your online business so that are just tuning in Dr Melanie Bruce <unk> as a p._H._d.. In consumer behavior from Southern Cross University in Australia she was a system professor of Marketing University Tennessee's. He's now moving down to Mississippi or up to Mississippi Canadian so U._S.. Geography is not that Good Speaker Small Business Marketing consultant and she started blogging as part of <unk> a core she was teaching at the professors dot com. She then moved that into a into a business that she was monetize and use it to Greg consulting gigs and speaking gigs but just in the process just recently checks rebranded to the leveraged P._H._d.. Dot Com and it's not that often that you get a big website the re brands like that we did it with my my business about a year ago. WanNa get the inside scoop on what that looks like those that are considering moving from from one brand to another so with that that is a great place to start is what led you to to wanting to rebrand your online presence. There's actually a couple of reasons why I needed felt like I needed to rebrand and the I was at my blog had really shifted in what I in the content that I was creating and the content that was the most popular resonating with people I started wellbeing about how to organize travel studies because I came to the United States and found that students he didn't travel very much in that travel study was a big pot of the college experience they have and I have a love travel and I wanted to help other academics particularly within the United States where this model is really popular however over time I realized that I was posting mole content about how to get a job in the United States as an academic because that's what people wanted to ask me while you got your degree in Australia. You grew up in Australia. How do I get a a tenure track position in America so it's not creating content around that and around personal branding and I realized that I wasn't really posting content anymore about travel L. Study and being a professor out there in the world traveling around the same time? I realized that with this new shift I now had had a direct competitor. I'm doing <unk> because they don't really competitive just somebody that's in the same sort of area in helping people in the same way that I wanted to help people and when I started to rank on her brand names when Google started sending people to my site instead of hose I decided that it was time for a change because I was encroaching on her brand that she had developed quite some time before I had so I felt like I was in her space rather than it being my own space so I wanted to create my own space and it listed wanted to change the name of my brand to be aligned aligned with what I was now now doing which was helping p._H._D.'s to leverage the hence the name the Leverage Pitch Day. I love it and I mean that's along the lines of with what we're doing and it's important message important topic of helping people with P._H._D.'s. You know get to the next level. Whatever that is for them? It's finding a <hes> an academic physician. If its findings outside of academia building a research company that's brick and mortar building online business or building a personal brand. It's aw it's all important and I do want to. I do want to comment on the competitor thing because there's so many people there so many pizzas and need help and so many so few the Roxie providing and help that I do think that it's just like you said it's not really that were competitors. I'm not the person you were talking about if I made it sound like that but it's just more of that for yourself I think the brand names quite similar so they're just leads a little bit of confusion right. Absolutely I mean marketing we talk about creating brand and you don't WanNa have confusion of love who they're talking about what the talking about and it is just so close you know she's the professor is in and I was the professor is out at the to close it was I'm GonNa be a strong brand in the future and I wanted to have a strong brand. It was important to me was what I was trying to help other people do I couldn't have for myself. It makes a lot of sense and I would encourage the the listeners to go check out. The professor is in as well. It's a she does great work on her website and on her platform platform as well but I could see that just having three letters changed the two letters could could cause some brand clashing brandon fusion so is a great kind of choice was any other reasons. That was a natural time for you. Besides you know your your focus was shifting wanted to look at a new brand that made sense to move on anything else there no particularly particularly I did have well. I guess there is actually I had a life change. I had my first child and because of that I was traveling a little bit less. <hes> no Chris recently had a a child. A load of academics have children and we do have to change up Ou- priorities in life and I was traveling a little less before I had my first child I was doing at least three trips a year with students in addition to another three or four tricks personal trips so travel is a huge part of my life. It definitely is still a big pot of my life took a small break when my son was first born but have since continued continued to but I'm just not doing six or ten trips a year anymore so I didn't have the content as well to to put out there and I do want to Isaiah missed might come up light up. Just say don't think rebranding isn't as hot as people might think it is and don't get scared to get started because you think oh what if my brand's already taken what if I figure out that I'm GonNa Change my direction in the future because you can always change it light on you can enjoy it. I'm an example of that Gregory's an example of that so yeah listen on unless let's do this together yeah and I agree. My first blog was my dust dust explosion research dot com which is a terrible name. It's hard to say it's hard to remember and changed does safety sciences now where my my industrial social safety companies that we've expanded and now we have crowd blogger which is obviously this platform. You can always change it. Don't let me say don't let stop stop you from getting started and if you are so donald bringing started carry on for a while under your first brand if you're GONNA do that don't like change six times a year. That's not gonNa January but if it's time if can tell it's time they don't wait either because it's never going to get easier to rebrand. If you wait a year or two years or whatever you may find that you're doing for other reasons. You don't want to accept that new thing to your life that you're trying to grow into and you're kind of depressing issue so that's that's the psychological allows logical side of Well my goal is to help people who are working four or who have a p._H._d.. To use the <unk> to their full potential increasingly bracingly I'm seeing that people with P._H._D.'s cont get hired that this traditional route of going into academia isn't possible because there's just too many p._H._D.'s. It's too competitive. You can have a great list of publications. You can be researching really well. You can be a fantastic teacher doing all this service and you still can't get a position so my goal is to help P._H._D.'s Eva get an academic position edition or if they already have academic position sell that book that they're riding or be booked and paid to speak to consult bolt so p._H._D.'s are experts. We have a really bad name. We we don't have a good brand we we aren't seen as people that can do industry research well oil that can do consulting because we've seen Israeli theoretical and so by building your brand you can build your authority and become known as the experts in a particular area and I think Chris you're really great example of this. We look at your desk seclusion business and your wall gang and how you've you've created yourself as authority in that field in a field that type of thing didn't really exist before so on my blog I have heaps of Free Resources Mrs on establishing and developing pesto brand. I do a lot on social media because that is I believe it's a great way for you to build your your authority new brand. It's a very cheap way of doing it. It's take some time and you can definitely be strategic about that. So I have things is on there about what type of Hashtags you can use a what platform that you should be on end also have a coal so for those people who really want to invest Aston themselves there is I do have content that you can obviously pay for but I really WanNa help as many people as possible so lots of free content on my blog or you can leverage average P._H._d.. Use It to the full extent and that can be from when you starting your H._d.. When you still in school still studying to even if you're you've been out fat ten or twenty years you can still <unk> your I love it and it's obvious the <unk> success you've had through the you know your career with with starting outing with professors out the other busy? Doing we talked a bit about this and in episode sixteen but consulting speaking some sort of passive income models courses nurses on leverage P._H._d.. I mean there's a lot of steps involved. I guess in one on one hand but in my mind it's so open and available to to ninety five percent of P.. C. The students if you're like me chances are you're an obtuse area of the world. Minus is not even all explosions and Industry the only ones containing small particulate matter and mostly William notion what that means but let's sugar duster coal dust or whatever but if you're really obtuse you're probably going to be the first <unk> person ever to write about it. Online say you're probably going to be the first person to write about it online ever what an opportunity if you're willing to put yourself <unk> out there and start to grow personal brandon and things like leverage p._H._d.. And other groups. I'm ready to help lift those people up because there's there's some scary steps. None are particularly higher but a lot of them are are really scary and riddled with usher syndrome but this one encourage people you can do it and say yeah. I definitely check with the leverage P._H._d.. To help you get down along the <music> as well Chris. I also want to encourage people who think that they're on the opposite end of the spectrum as well because I'm in marketing if you go online and look for a marketing marketing expert there's a lot of us because we know how to market ourselves and so I have. I don't talk a lot about it too much. I try to just just to give examples but I don't want to talk about myself too much on my on my side but I have a business I consult with companies in marketing and I've established my personal brand as a marketing expert as well particularly looking and helping eco-businesses Stott up there and launching their products and and so you can do it if you <hes> extremely juice and detailed and ride in some area that you think nobody else is doing right now amazing opportunities but but even if there is already a lot of people out there doing this you can leverage you have a p._H._d.. which a lot of people in your area don't have very very very few? It'd be my be my guess now. It's really great point so the kind of goal here was a see saw I rebranded from my desperation. Research Dot com slash safety science dot Com <hes> dosage science dot Com rebranded from the professors out to the leverage P._H._d...
"university tennessee" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Say I go to a game. And there's rap music there. I'm seventy six years old, Paul. I don't need to lick. And they'll come on. You're you're telling me, you're seventy six and you don't want. You don't like rap music college football game. Absolutely not. No. I want to hear something like to hear the band play the band's good. They're outstanding. You know, whatever whatever we can do. But Paul getting to the broader subject other than just the whole game day experience. The big one of the biggest things number one is to have a winning team. If people don't a lot of people don't go to games because they don't have a witty team. You're right. That's his own does as time. The people want to want to be entertained, and if your team is lousy it will definitely cut down on your attendance. And then the other thing course, if you're selling a product one thing, you want to look into is scheduling, if you scheduling the sisters of the poor, you know, they're not gonna come to the game to see it because it's not going to be competitive game. So that's another thing they need to consider in. In there. And then the on the tailgating thing, I may not go to the games and the students are all leaving. Well, they're all half Omer drunk. They're going away instead of coming into the game. And that is ridiculous Paul. And the only last thing I wanted to say Paul is. I hate to say, but I'm gonna say ESPN, I think is has a lot to do with what's going on. Because like when I go to the game. I'm there three and a half four hours warmer there all the time because of all the commercials all the well, listen, I agree with you. And I I have brought this out count constantly, and I here officials from this league. And every other week talk about how they're working hard on it. But the game still are four hours and there's only so much patience. Someone has television is a big part of it. But it's not I don't I'm not defending television. But it's up to the the the conferences to move their games along. And maybe they need to change the rules in college football and make them more like profile. Ball. So the clock doesn't stop as much. Yeah. And the the other thing Paul my legs, come it would be I really I really think it's bad for college is to have games on Friday night. Well, you know, one thing you the Friday the Friday night debate has been raging on for thirty years. And there are there are some leagues that will not do it. The SEC will not play on a Friday night in different to the great high school football, the big ten put up a battle. I think they they wanted to do it. I don't know if they do it or not now. State refuses it. Yeah. I mean, I I I would not I would not allow my college to play on Friday night and one thing about Friday night. It's a pure television play the games have seriously diminished. I think in recent years you end up getting a a lot of west coast games. You get I mean, even Thursday night games. I think the SEC does the opening weekend. And that may be it schools for a long time. You would see sporadic SEC game on Thursday night. I don't blame. I mean outside of the first weekend of the year when it's Labor Day weekend. And it's you can start the weekend. Earlier Saturdays day for college football. Thank you, very very much for the call. Really do. Appreciate it. Larkin is in Sarasota, Florida. Hello larkin. Yeah. I just want to call in here. You. In two years ago had been married for seventy years. What did you say? You're a Hooker. University Tennessee, and that Israel care Paul that. Well, you're a Larkin you're talking to me, I'm Paul and let me go over this. Again, you're a hundred and two years old and you've been married for seventy years. My rock dob company does go you were married for seventy years. That is not alumni. I've hours I didn't graduate. But I went up there and four to six..
"university tennessee" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"To syndergaard harvey the bullpen now i think raise the short that's how good the pitching putting harvey in the bullpen but look the bullpens been faltering gotta be careful you gotta see what they're doing they're bringing these guys up and down from aaa gotta find someone instead even familia you know what if what if rags of what if like you're like they have those giant heads at basketball games that they hold behind the like the hutu to fuck with people they're gonna hold up they're gonna ski heads they're gonna hold happening the happen at clemson university tennessee they yeah i got hit sending me photos at tennessee games for the ncaa they were using big big henry galaxies i want you to want you to be on college game day in like giving your predictions and like doing that like why school never been saying lacrosse across maybe but there is there is something beautiful about the fact that we've noticed it certainly with our careers that if you're a big sports fan and you go into the public eye and let it be known that you're that sports fan you're going to have access to some really cool event have you met any athletes recently like just in the in the last couple of months just to the mets invited me to opening day this year took my dad your dad who plays baseball in an adult league which scares baseball to this day at sixty nine years old oh tangent on friday night i was i was host benefit show for race to race investors call most benefit multiple sclerosis research dave winfield was there no and amazing they would feel too he's six six he still got but he's sixty sixers little younger than my dad but i'll tell you my technica winfield better than dave winfield right now better shape.
"university tennessee" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Speaking of rv's you know who we need to have on the show we need to have josh rutledge husband of our co worker laura who is plays in the san francisco giants organization play baseball alabama you know he's played for the braves you play for the rockies he yesterday on social media posted a picture he's he is playing in the san francisco giants organization in his live is the sacramento triple a he just did a deal with like an rv salesman he's living in an rv my man james padro hayes from because florida and apparently as a massive chase elliott fan based on his picture he all he wrote was damon bailey well if you don't know who damon bailey is james you just google him and don't if you ever in the state of indiana don't tell anyone there that you don't know who that is and by the way ob from new jersey just tweeted in response to me talking about walking around campus university tennessee yesterday and he said espn mcgee remembering the exact same spot where his girlfriend broke up with him.
"university tennessee" Discussed on The Big 98
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"university tennessee" Discussed on Ross Tucker Football Podcast
"Today's and the colts have already set up a few interviews first with dan campbell of saints in frank reich of the eagle's as searched for their new head coach roy i think being campbell kind of fits the mic variable mode um model that that ballard was looking for evidently very bowlin mcdaniel's were the two top of the board guys for him so dan campbell kind of fits the the mic free bottle type and i think frank reich fits via the judgment daniels titan of the differences frank reich has not been calling the please put guess what doug peterson then call the plays in kansas city before he got the eagle's job so you know and now he went the super bowl championship head coach in your two so i think that on some level is probably a little bit overstated whether or not you call plays or not just based on you know the success that peterson had this year i'm pretty confident frank reich as long as he's been around we would be able to call place stays now back to josh dan mcdaniel's for a moment looks like he's going to need a new agents and then some other news vikings interviewing eagles quarterback coach jonty filipo for their oh see job greg shannon's can stay at ohio state rather than take the patriots defensive coordinator role a little surprised by the xiang no move my guess is may be at the end bella checked in one them because if you're yano with what happened with university tennessee and people going back to his name being mentioned briefly in the penn state stuff you know that makes a college job especially after the michigan state stuff now a very very risky proposition very risky proposition whereas um well not not risky proposition but i guess it seems like it's especially now that tennessee hired eminent backed out that ditches seemed like cal job ahead jobs you meet tougher shadow to get i thought he might be better off to go to the nfl and maybe try to get another nfl head coaching job so that's the shia know as for d for lippo i think that guy's a start.
"university tennessee" Discussed on The Business Builders Show with Marty Wolff
"Well penn state just down the road from you guys i wanna mention that you know we we have to my temperature and states so how did you end up a penn state that's interesting yet is a pretty interesting story i got my master's degree university tennessee knoxville and also another big football cool and then when i went to had a job at the us geological survey as a research scientist and they had an opportunity to work with penn state on some of their satellite work they said if i came and helped amount than i they'd consider me for their phd program so that's how i ended up there speaking of satellite work uh in in the radio business they call that a segue i think you know speak satellites thi this up you did an absolutely awesome ted x talk bank here first of all and do we google your name to find that or how how do we actually find out what's the best way just google your name yeah you can google mind name and ted act and you'll definitely find it or you can go to the ted xcom fight and and tony there and you'll find in that name is dr rachel mk heavily h e a d l e y tell me about the ted ex talk what did you talk about who was your audience talk to me about that well the 10x was an interesting tough for me because it the theme of my ted acts that i spoke out was connection and so what i did as i spent much of my career the last twenty years anyway um in the satellite world i was up each year scientists studied satellite imagery and i studied the way human changed the world whether it's cutting down trees or planting crops or what have you and so my 10x i thought that was the most exciting connection between humans than the earth that i wanted to talk about so i really talked about how humans are living on the planet and how you half the ballot you know the answers never in the extreme it's always somewhere in the middle so you know we have a lot of extreme than politics than decisionmaking today and i really feel like the best answers are somewhere in the middle of that was kind of this team um it was.
"university tennessee" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Cuts in the bay bill this of course is the million dollar question does it support does it benefit middleclass working families or does it benefit the rich now of course democrats and also just a lot of independence have been saying this is nothing but another handout bag to wealthy americans who don't need any more cuts than they already have but no republicans are sticking to their guns saying this is a bill that's going to benefit everybody well you know forty percent of the income taxes paid by the top 1 percent people who inherently make more money tend to pay more money there are a lot of loopholes that they have but nonetheless the higher income the more you pay so if you if you have a reduction in income taxes disproportionately the benefits are going to go more chew upper income people almost forty five to fifty percent of people do not pay he a federal income tax at all they have earned income tax credit or they don't make enough to pay income tax so they're not directly affected by this bill on those that that do benefit the most are the wealthy and i think there's a lot of concern justifiably so about income inequality in our country that's much more of a problem than it's been in the past and and many people have been left behind as we went to a global economy and an and the traditional manufacturing were agriculture or a lot of jobs it existed in the past that provided a middleclass living don't exist anymore silver people middleclass have felt like they've been left behind in too many cases they have so the idea of giving bigger tax breaks to those who have already disproportionately more it is not appealing and the idea of cutting corporate taxes to businesses that are seen as big businesses not appealing it that's a think the politics of it i do think that there will be some stimulative a fact uh you know just today the university tennessee senate for business economic research was saying i think maybe in tennessee there could be as much as a threetenths of.
"university tennessee" Discussed on KTCK Sportsradio 1310 The Ticket
"And follow us on twitter at the last would sb and as you just heard our our lovely voice over girl saying mnet opener john here we go it bothers me a little bit this whole tennessee story that a mob mentality one out i am all in favour of all the school listening to their to their students obviously but this has got to be the most asinine ridiculous act password story of of college football foreign now it it it it's schalke because tennessee was a program that at one time held a lotta respect in the sec back when guys like peyton manning and terry fair in el the kamara and people i wore the the the the bright orange fat some it right now is go the wrong over a new grave after all this i gotta i gotta tell you from the beginning it in i have never been on a coach exurbs john i'm sure you have it either but i would imagine that university tennessee the once the minute they fired butch jobs i bet you any amount of money john kerry the president of the university i would imagine probably a couple of members of the board of regents i would probably imagine some high profile boost rozier donors con all sat in you'll the fox director the assistant athletic directors' allotted so forth i would imagine they all did their research right i mean i yields cutting through hours and hours and hours of of of of research and and manpower it it resources there if you told me that you spread all that time and greg seattle's name came up and there were not enough red flags that tells me one or two things either number one that is just plain old negligence i tell the seas park in if that is that is if they knew that greg seattle was linked to somehow by third party hearsay or whatever to the jerry sandusky case or on the other end to me your personality doesn't dictate how will you could do your job and we all know john in this day and age college football personality means nothing it's what you do on the field batters am i am i corrected that assumption yeah okay so you look me in.
"university tennessee" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Com blood areas jimmy g throwing touchdowns a win in starting jobs it now becoming the subject of our curiosity so what do we do we go to his past relearn a little bit about the people who helped him along the way and on that note as we start the seven o'clock hour we say good morning everybody that brian murphy mccaffrey will get to the warriors big overtime win over the lakers last night manonman i was a little while seized off a little too close for comfort but right now thinking about the forty nine years after chicago bears on sunday and the man who's but help and jimmy g since his high school days in arlington heights illinois is our next guest jeff christians in former nfl quarterback quarterback coach geoff we are delighted to have you here on the murphy mac show how are you this morning how are you we're good were goodwill we want to know all that jimmy g how house jimmy she doing uh good i'm good how are you we do a good man okay so does little bit when he first met jimmy d and it in in how he came to you in what you saw when you first some how far back was it was a high school yes his high school coach doug no sap's called me so i think that on my next quarterback you can take a look at him and that's all have any any was a linebacker right was there a i wonder why he thought he said is next quarterback when he was a linebacker wiz are just the raw talent right away no doug millsaps is there wasn't played quarterback and into university tennessee and he's he's just a tremendous book bomb iron been um jimmy was a pitcher also slow and he was just gonna way so uh it was outside linebacker was mark ealham b brian brierley walker he was required so you get a kid like this and bothering what what's your background you you play quarterback in the nfl obviously bengals what eagles brown's so this is something you're passionate about and when you get a guy like when did you start coaching was it was he.
"university tennessee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The group that's where we are at when it comes to cobb football and the prices right thursday i mean for example he still got the university tennessee situation i'll talk about that in a couple of seconds but it seems that espn is going to lose one of its own meeting hurme edwards according to reports led by the associated press pending approval by the university president firm at was is in line to be the next head coach at arizona state arizona state university a one of all of the former contemporaries eric allen is a graduate of arizona state user universities the work you are now works for the pac 12 network i can't wait the call him tomorrow and find out exactly what he thinks of that because i know he thinks that the world of her arm edwards and plenty of us do here at espn so those reports through the seems like there's no reason to believe that they're not going to be true firm everett's is on his way to be the new head coach of arizona state university good for him and he that's a hard act to follow here with our met with i can't tell you how many times we had so many terrific compensations that had absolutely nothing to do with football egypt the bruins guy he rulli as he give it to you straight with no chaser and that's going to be very appealing because her met with may be sixty three years of age but he has the spirit of a younger man that's going to play big time with a lot of recruits in california in california in arizona in texas anywhere because a lot of you know what he's been about and what he stands for i think that's a really really good move arizona state at exact week espn and the nfl coverage but i digress at least when it comes to.
"university tennessee" Discussed on The Ryen Russillo Show
"Gone on the so uh coaching search for university tennessee has grown since greg it this morning reports out lions offense of coordinator jim bob kutre will decline an interview with his alma mater university of tennessee for that coaching position he's not interested i think it's worth pointing out as well as i just read abidjan bob kutre in two thousand nine jim cub kutre was arrested for aggravated burglary and he broke into someone's house with when to have gone to bed with the woman those living there and missiles like a mistake i think but why you're going to me i'm not he's a hotels the you know moving on uh the men's ten his side so jimbo kunar he says he's out he doesn't even want in he's out okay so he's got he's rhino xiang was gone because of of what he's right i don't honor him look we know wise gone right is loose attachment to the penn state thing depending on how you want to so in what i hear their pursuit of matt lauer is not gonna work out either nope the ceylon ross him off uh vangere jeff jeff jeff and andy i did have gone gundy's out your finger on the outcome might gundy okay report upon yahoo sports from pat forty this is fascinating says entire tennessee fan base was hyped bring my gun deon yup did you happen here in the last twenty four hours left 48 hours about in two thousand seven might gundy recruit a guy named chris collins to play for oklahoma his scholarship offer had been rescinded from schools like the university of texas y because he been arrested and charged with having sex with an underage kid a twelve year old girl he he tended this is an oklahoma state the ira each ended oklahoma state replied football.
"university tennessee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"University tennessee and win football games and graduate our players that's my responsibility i take that very seriously but also i love our kids and i'm going to protect our players and i'm gonna put tucked our program in sometimes the negativity is overwhelming and it's everyone's is volvo fans how do we let opponents uses in recruiting process with fake news in some times again we have to check ourselves what are we here for what's our values and principles that guide our life every single day and i appreciate everyone in this room you guys have a job to do and i'm respectful of that in i'm a friends with a lot of you guys in a room in appreciate it but also there comes a certain time were enough is enough so thank you you guys have a great day i look forward to seeing you on wednesday go walls i'll tell you what i know he was trying to say to protect this goods but that comes off as so i'm being very thin skinned in the big boy world a college football and butch jones a like you boss but that should have been something that you should have kept in your back pocket it's finally got until uh and walls fans in the media there remember what it was like before he got there because it was beyond a dumpster fire i mean that was a joke a program and he is he's done something that only two sec teams have done now at three years that's winning nine games a year wing ballgames be careful what you wish for 'cause i think he's an underrated coach i really do value finally the the the the negative he's finally got until reading presented by progressive insurance so now what with this in a photo unity this is the sb toll like a tree i stand luscious green above.
"university tennessee" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"This is boomer is that with the cbs sports minute delay birthday shut out goes to give equal hold squad when the former university tennessee team usa and wnba superstar finally retired back in two thousand ten per basketball resume included three ncaa national championships two naismith awards a suburb in award a world championship in an olympic gold medal the overall number one draft pick up the washington mystics hold squall was w nba rookie of the year and a sixtime allstar however without the structure of basketball about to depression later diagnosed as bipolar disorder cannot november fifteen two thousand twelve she snapped contemplating suicide but ultimately firing her gone into our exgirlfriends suv a d mary chronicling whole squad struggled with mental illness was released last year and she's carved a niche for itself working to help others may be suffering in silence so happy 40th birthday meet have a great day humbleness eyes the report makes one busineses rise above and why do some grow while others simply maintain time after time consistently successful businesses work smart than when smart businesses need to hire and they do it on the job site that is the proven leader indeedcom according to an independent study indeed delivers five times more hires than any other job site more hires than the rest combined businesses that works marchers partners that have proven track records it's no wonder that three million businesses choose indeed to make it even better right now we're giving new users a fifty dollars credit to post a sponsored job frantic.