17 Burst results for "University Of The Sciences"

"university sciences" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:52 min | Last month

"university sciences" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"There is a proposal on Kobe that is now getting media attention in all of the ways that you'd expect the media to give it attention. Namely, the media hated. It's something called the Great Barrington Declaration. It is penned by three disease specialists, including Dr J. Monetary. He's a professor at Stanford University Medical School physician epidemiologist, Health economist and public health policy expert. And the Great Barrington proposal is very different from the other proposals that have been put forward the total lock down proposals, the universal Mask mandates and all the rest, joining us on the line to discuss it. The media coverage of it and the futility. Of some of the policies that have been discussed in opposition to it is Dr Bhattacharya appreciate your time. So much to be here. So why don't we start with what exactly The Great Barrington Declaration suggests it sort of looks a lot like what I did to Justin back in March April was first suggested by a Hebrew University science has something called controlled Avalanche. The idea being that you protect those who are most vulnerable and everybody else who was healthy. You basically Encouraged to live their normal lives. And as the disease moves through so long as it is not moving fast enough to overwhelm the hospital system. That is, that is not a bad thing. That is a good thing. It is making a lot of people immune to the disease that is building up herd immunity, which has become the phrase nobody wants to talk about. What is the Great Barrington Declaration? And what does it have to say about herd immunity, which has become the phrase that you're not allowed to outer anymore? That's the great parenting Declaration actually is a long lines, You said, protect the vulnerable. That's the most important thing and then let everyone else live their lives free. The Let me let me defend it because it's worth of defense on the we know from the One now that there may be a new lesson march, But now we know that there's a thousandfold difference in the risk of older people face in getting infected versus younger people that a thousandfold difference. Younger people die at lower rates from this disease. Then they do die from the flu. That is absolutely a fact. Older.

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"university sciences" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"university sciences" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Last week the contamination came from a nearby business electro pleading services were the owner illegally stored a laundry list of different hazardous waste for years the owner has been sentenced to federal prison earlier this year and the EPA declared the site clean back in twenty eighteen it is an open call for submissions for Michigan State University science gallery Detroit exhibition WWJ city beat reporter Vicki Thomas has the details science gallery do try looking for all sorts of proposals for its third exhibition Antoine Scott as head of programming signs gallery if the space where art and science collide and we want to not necessarily thirty one is more important than the other but in the steam movement which is science technology engineering arts mathematics science gallery believe that there is a mix of an amalgamation if you will of all the things that will actually create a more equitable encouraged people in future the deadline to submit is January thirty first Vicki Thomas W. W. J. newsradio nine fifty WWJ news time ten oh six cruise in Dearborn I put out a fire at a warehouse that went up in flames on Christmas night the fire took place near chase and hence streets investigators say the building house items like candy supply do area gas stations the cause of the fire unclear at this time officials with the bureau of alcohol tobacco and firearms and Michigan state police are assisting with the investigation here's a Christmas gift you would never forget a kidney doctors at Henry Ford hospital removed a kidney from Logan basilar on Christmas Eve and transplanted it to his wife Vanessa they live in the grand rapids area the surgery have been in the works for weeks doctors surprise that Logan was a perfect transplant match for a twenty four year old wife who has a serious kidney disease and Vanessa says her husband.

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"university sciences" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"university sciences" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"United auto workers unions began to focus bargaining on fiat Chrysler raising the possibility of another strike against another Detroit automaker Ford workers ratified their contract on Friday while the union settled with General Motors last month after a forty day strike there that shut down the company's U. S. production for mostly follow the pattern agreement set at GM industry analysts say that deal will cost fiat Chrysler a lot more money because of the make up of its work force fiat Chrysler CEO said recently that automakers are in different conditions in terms of labor forces hitting the company may be reluctant to follow the pattern FCA says it welcomes bargaining toward a deal to keep investing in its future in creating opportunities for employees and communities a story that sounds like it was taken from a TV show a pair of chemistry professors in Arkansas are facing charges for cooking up math the Museo has more it was kind of breaking bad Arkansas style Terry Babe in a Bradley Roland both professors at Henderson state university were arrested last week an investigation began after someone reported a chemical odor in the university Science Center in early October days later the two were placed on administrative leave investigators are kinda hive charge about what the I found the two were charged with manufacturing methamphetamine and using drug paraphernalia dean you jail NBC news radio after several demonstrations at various locations and push back from LGBT Q. supporters chick fillet decided to re allocate donations from Christian based organizations to other charitable groups restaurant chain chick fillet will no longer donate money to the fellowship of Christian athletes and the salvation army instead the company says in a statement it will deepen it's giving to a smaller number of organizations working exclusively in the areas of education homelessness and hunger the plan is to donate nine million dollars to such organizations and twenty twenty prior to.

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"university sciences" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"university sciences" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show

"Take advantage of the extra time you're gonNA have your days. He's a seven libra. There's no shame in being the middleman it's better to be on both sides than left out in the cold your days and eight. Hey Scorpio. It's time to be a leader rather than a follower. Take those I steps into who you are meant to become your day is a non and Sagittarius. Don't let your insecurities get in the way of opportunities that are right in front of you forge ahead and get what's yours yours. Your Day is a ten and those Monday morning horoscopes. Let's get into the three things we need to know Gandhi. What's going on a real life breaking bad? There's a story out now that to college. Let's chemistry professor professors in Arkansas facing charges for cooking up crystal Meth the Henderson State University. Professors were arrested last week after somebody reported a chemical order in the the university science lab. Yeah so they were just making them over there president. Trump's confidante Roger Stone back home as he awaits sentencing for lying to Congress. He was convicted in federal court last week and is due back in DC for sentencing in February and finally going to Paltrow's goop guide. Gift is out hundreds of thousands of dollars into some weird stuff. She's he's got all kinds of things like what she has. A restraining arts kit. Otherwise known as bondage gear it comes with risks and ankle cuffs restraining straps a leather bound paddle. It's about thirteen hundred dollars at that time every day. There's also a two hundred and fifty thousand dollars seat on a space flight from Virgin Galactic Modular Prefab House. I don't not even know what that is and one hundred thirty dollars. Automatic joint. Roller couldn't use one knows how much an automatic joint roller hundred and thirty dollars. She's a not a great deal freely. Choice for thirty dollars. Paid twice that you guys ready for Monday. They're going to be honest. I'm not ready. I'm not ready because as soon as I push this button as soon as I launch us into Monday. Then we're in we're we're also closer. The Friday launch. It.

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"university sciences" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"university sciences" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Suspects after shots are fired at a house party in California we found several individuals deceased in the backyard Fresno police lieutenant bill Dooley says four people were killed six others were injured the group and what would gather to watch football no vote him a motive has been announced considerate breaking batter Arkansas style after the arrest of two professors at Henderson state university investigation began after someone reported a chemical odor in the university Science Center in early October days later the two were placed on administrative leave dean mutual reports investigators are specifically saying what they found the both professors are charge of manufacturing math after their big win over Auburn the dogs are two touchdown favorites over Texas a and M. this week it's contained excitement for the dogs after winning a third straight division title for the first time ever comfortably smart I'm not concerned about more about sex six AM to get where we want to go we got a lot more work to do CDJ are read Stephen can read any body but it's barely getting enough help running back Dion very swiftly move them up for the most part on a one game that's how to complete more drive U. G. H. two hundred and fifty one yards with a few was it a victory in four years Texas items right twenty fourth kick off Saturday three thirty here on the home of the dogs J. black ninety five point five W. west in the falcons blow out a division opponent for second straight week head coach Dan Quinn praises his team's effort after the twenty nine three win over the Panthers in Carolina road mentality division game we all know how tough they are but I thought tonight to team performance Atlanta's now three and seven they host Tampa Bay Sunday WSB news time six forty one six forty one now basically begins at Atlanta all they like displays over the line of attack regarding Callaway gardens instrument Chris December way to like clear light display opens up this coming Friday to pick.

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"university sciences" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"university sciences" Discussed on WRVA

"Offering of a part of this major money makers as ABC's Mona Rivera Saudi Aramco the state owned oil company says it's worth between one point six and one point seven trillion dollars that's lower than the two trillion the kingdom originally estimated the Saudis are hoping to take the oil giant public in December despite previous delays offering a ten thousand dollar reward for information on what happened to their son parents of a college student who was found dead A. B. C.'s Trevor all Antonio Cialis was a freshman at Cornell University and a goalie on the soccer team his parents say two weeks ago after having dinner with them he attended an off campus frat party and never made it back to his dorm his body later discovered at the bottom of the gorge in a statement Cornell's president says university officials still don't know Antonio's cause of death but she called the party and on registered fraternity sponsored events it's kind of like the TV series breaking bad except this involves two chemistry professors at Henderson state university Arkadelphia Arkansas facing charges for allegedly cooking up math in the chemistry lab freshman Caroline rice always kind of weird but I thought that was just because the chemicals in their universities Science Center close last month after a report of an undetermined older one of those charged Bradley Roland was once referred to in the school newspaper is the school's Heisenberg the nickname of the lead character in breaking bad this is ABC news how do smart hard working roofing contractors keep jobs running smoothly they say time with beacon.

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"university sciences" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"university sciences" Discussed on WTVN

"New details in the world's largest initial public stock offering of a part of this major money makers as ABC's Mona Rivera Saudi Aramco the state owned oil company says it's worth between one point six and one point seven trillion dollars that's lower than the two trillion the kingdom originally estimated the Saudis are hoping to take the oil giant's public in December despite previous delays offering a ten thousand dollar reward for information on what happened to their son parents of a college student who was found dead A. B. C.'s Trevor all Antonio Cialis was a freshman at Cornell University and a goalie on the soccer team his parents say two weeks ago after having dinner with them he attended an off campus frat party and never made it back to his dorm his body later discovered at the bottom of the gorge in a statement Cornell's president says university officials still don't know Antonio's cause of death but she called the party and on registered fraternity sponsored events it's kind of like the TV series breaking bad except this involves two chemistry professors at Henderson state university E. Arkadelphia Arkansas facing charges for allegedly cooking up math in the chemistry lab freshman Caroline rice always kind of weird but I thought that was just because the chemicals in their universities Science Center close last month after report of an undetermined older one of those charged Bradley Roland was once referred to in the school newspapers the school's Heisenberg the nickname of the lead character in breaking bad this is ABC news how do smart hard working roofing contractors keep jobs running smoothly they say time with beacon the.

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"university sciences" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"university sciences" Discussed on WTVN

"Boss tomorrow go here next dot com a placenta sample taken from an abortion clinic without a warrant will be used as evidence in a statutory rape trial in South Dakota tourists and locals are seeing a third record high tide in Venice Italy stores in museums in Venice were mostly close with chores done high rubber boots even hip waders to witness and photograph the amazing scene offering a ten thousand dollar reward for information on what happened to their son parents of an eighteen year old college student who was found dead A. B. C.'s Trevor all Antonio Cialis was a freshman at Cornell University and a goalie on the soccer team his parents say two weeks ago after having dinner with them he attended an off campus frat party and never made it back to his dorm his body later discovered at the bottom of a gourd Cornell's president says university officials don't know the cause of death but that the party was an unregistered fraternity sponsored event two arrests in what you could call the breaking bad case at Henderson state university Arkadelphia Arkansas referencing the celebrated TV series to chemistry professors face charges for allegedly cooking up maps in the chem lab freshman Caroline right something went wrong it could have been bad universities Science Center close last month after report of an undetermined chemical older one of those charged Bradley rolling was once referred to in the school newspaper is the school's Heisenberg the nickname of the lead character in breaking bad this is ABC news offer not valid in all state or where prohibited by law loans are started.

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"university sciences" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"university sciences" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Scandals only raised his public profile for the good and now that he's recognized by people who would have never known him. Otherwise Fairfax tells W US ATV that he thinks he'd have an excellent shot at winning. Absolutely absolutely. As I've mentioned, our supporters intensified, because people see the politics behind this. They're calling on prosecutors to launch a criminal investigation into the assault allegations is accuser call that a stunt. The court martial of a navy seal accused of work crimes continuing today. Navy special ops. Chief, Eddie Gallagher is charged with murdering a wounded team. Isis fighter in custody Wednesday. Former platoon mate testified, he saw Gallagher stabbed the boy twice in the neck Thurs. In a real Perry Mason moment from the witness stand met Corey Scott testified, it was he who killed the boy scouts at Gallagher stab the boy, but he would have survived is any then is fixated, the boy by plugging his air tube. So he would not be tortured by the Iraqis, Gallagher's, defense attorney, Tim monitory says he had suspicions about Scott but was s apprised as the prosecution. I didn't know until that moment that he was actually going to go for you to say Scott line to protect the teeth and it changes nothing. I'm Jim Roope. Prince William county looking into opening its own medical school with several recent expansions of the healthcare industry. The county is teaming with the clog more foundation to conduct a two hundred fifty thousand dollars study into the feasability of medical school at George Mason University. Science campus near Manassas county leaders say a research based med school would expand the county's educational reach and bring high wage jobs to Prince William, the study will assess what funding would be needed to support a first year class of up to fifty students and seventy faculty members. The study's results are expected. This fall John Matthews on W. AL and Wm, AL dot com. Nixon homes has rebounded existing home sales jumped by two and a half percent in may to a seasonally adjusted rate of more than five point three million units, according to the national association of realtors all regions of the country, saw sales growth total sales, however, are down one percent compared to a year ago. The median home price has risen to.

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"university sciences" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"university sciences" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"The university science and engineering building the new housing will serve over twelve hundred students replacing four residence halls that have been in houston's nineteen seventysix umass says the project will create hundreds of construction jobs over the next two years a superior court judges sentenced to fall river man to serve eight to ten years in prison lavar has pleaded guilty to charges of rape by force and accounts of indecent assault and battery on a person under fourteen in two thousand fifteen has been raped thirteenyearold relative and then molested her third earl eleven year old sister asked him will also be under supervised probation for ten years following his release wareham police arrested a woman after she literally shouts for them to do just that officers were called to the stop and shop on cranberry highway yesterday afternoon after loss prevention personnel detained a woman for trying to steal almost six hundred dollars worth of goods when police arrived the woman reportedly shouted arrest me arrest me thirty two year old sarah kerley of onset was arrested and charged with shoplifting disorderly conduct and disturbing the peace several charges have been filed against a new bedford woman after her car was found blocking the intersection of hillman and purchase straits early this morning officers say when they attempted to question the driver old jacqueline bulldogs she began driving off bulldog drove several feet before stopping on police orders she's been arrested on charges of blocking an intersection driving under the influence of liquor and failure to stop for police.

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"university sciences" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"university sciences" Discussed on The Science Show

"Nixed a went into a brightly lit cool route we've bottles of different commodore ghia being grown south as one little sculpture and then we ramp it up to five hundred laters so at the moment we've got these things called photo bara this which basically gigantic plastic bags filled with algae we have light in case around the outside to increase the growth the moment we use fluorescent light whereas we're looking at using led lighting led lighting is more effective as it strong a lot and it can loss along and it's safe to you so that's kind of one will of trying to use an increase out negroes in rica lille is hitting to paul stevens on the new south wales coast to save al brew will boost always to gross if successful research could transform the industry making production cheaper and easier even inland in regional areas we say a lot of ways is the client in numbers due to a whole bunch of different environmental factors whether it be flaws or diseases or parasites it's against the always and conversion the cops for months so basically increase the amount that we have to spend buying always is eight so if we move that inland we can reduce a those instances in the environment that we produced naturally and just increase the amount of tons that we can provide to the consumers up on the roof with a university science building to towels of clay pots filled with swirling green algae glisten in the sunlight professor peter ralph it's a six hundred late achieve bula by reacting that means that we've got six hundred liters of water circling around the chiefs are in a horizontal orientation to get as much as possible so the exposed to lots of live we bubble aero to into a week row lots and lots of alvie we can take off about one hundred liters day of eat the greenness that it is at the moment is very very productive there's already interest from one business exploring the possibility of building a bireactor to soak up combat emissions and professor ralph says the simple micro organ.

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"university sciences" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

1410 WDOV

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"university sciences" Discussed on 1410 WDOV

"So peng yang pyongyang yang young young young yeah hey i don't know i can't hear the difference yeah anyway we're going to call it pushed from here because it's pulling yang pyongyang university of science and technology p u s t anyway he was working for that in the young he was undertaking agricultural development and working with the schools farm so people from pyongyang were were were trying to figure out how to farm which would be a good thing in pyongyang because there's no farm there's no there's no food not a lot of food going on now unfortunately so he was arrested at a railway station in pyongyang probably have just guessing at this look at me probably safe pyongyang no hostile acts the government he was boarding a train headed for his home in dang dong china kim he's in his mid mid fifties he was born in china educated at the university california he returned to china after ten years of living in the us where he is a citizen it was founded the university that he is work was working for found by evangelical christians overseas and opened in two thousand ten they have a number of american faculty members or or did pupils are generally children from the north's elite not known whether he was you know a sentence for his supposed hostile acts we have no idea why he was even in prison then there's kim sang duck koreanamerican kim sang dong known as tony kim which i like much better why you're go with his also known as low as tony kim he was arrested at the main airport in yang as he tried to leave the country after teaching several weeks as a guest lecturer at post so he was at the same time universe same university he's a former professor of university science and technology in china which is close to the korean border his website list his specialty he's as accounting and i'm guessing that you get an accountant and steal the accounting secrets of north korea we got a lot of zeros to add up over there he graduated from the university of california riverside in nineteen ninety a master's degree in business administration again steal their business and accounting secrets and we rule the world he's in.

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"university sciences" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

NPR's Story of the Day

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"university sciences" Discussed on NPR's Story of the Day

"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from trans union your credit health is so much more than a score that's why they help you stay on top of it protected and understand it get your report and more at trans union dot com slash npr do you remember the last time you moved odds are that as you pat you found things stuffed and drawers and closets you forgot you'd ever owned that happens when scientists moved from lab to lab to georgia public broadcasting's grant blankenship has more last year biologists craig byron and the rest of the mercer university science department and making removing into their brand new building state of the art labs technology in the classrooms the works and so while packing up the old place across the street byron founded forgotten big blue metal cabinet he showed me what was inside item in here's a possum skull you can tell because it's got a tiny little brain compared to similarly sized probably a a raccoon or so this one's got a tag on it so here's a red fox march twenty second nineteen s r p s you can see some bats here that's that's aken county south carolina i don't know if lynx rufus are there links out there anymore all these animals were trapped killed and preserved flat to store and drawers for science so here's a fox squirrel right there so cyrus niger from did county i've never seen a fox squirrel embiid county that's making collection date november twentieth nineteen fifty eight at twice the size of grey squirrels fox squirrels need special habitat mature stands of longleaf pine forest there's none of that embiid county today but this squirrel tells us there was a november twentieth nineteen fifty eight the birds will go to louisiana state university the bama's somebody in dc wants them that somebody is suzanne pure rock at the biological survey.

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"university sciences" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"university sciences" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Impossible to get out of that pay gap by answering that question because you know you're getting paid lower than your male counterparts moral or jessica here just i would say that second point is exactly kind of forms the basis of the rationale of this opinion of the ninth circuit that you have women in studies have shown that women just one year out of college earning less than men even when you account for things like major and occupation and geographic region the same has been shown to be true for mba's so when you have women earning less than men starting out their careers if you have employers basing their pay offers on prior salary it really just perpetuates that gap it goes against the very intention of this act which is why the court held that reliance on prior salary cannot justify paying a woman less than manrique will work let me think there'd be for the call here's a listener who tweets you are using out dated data your guests are lying on the listener references a washington post article that found that women are favored for jobs in stem let me just read from this cording to the study which was published in the national academy of sciences proceedings for national kademi sciences women are no longer to disadvantage when applying for tenure track positions in university science departments in fact the bias is now flipped female candidates are now twice as likely to be chosen as equally qualified men it is proficient time for women launching careers and academic science the researchers declared some thoughts the response i i mean i think i'm aware of the study that the caller is or the leader is referencing i don't think that by any stretch it explains the gender pay gap in its entirety there is some cause for optimism in the sense of changing stereotypes about women and could there be more biased oh for example academic bias in hiring women and people of color as opposed to the wage gap which is a whole different issue in some ways well i mean i'm not familiar with the the exact data that would speak to this but i will say that yeah there's a there's who gets hired that's one question.

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"university sciences" Discussed on Live from the Poundstone Institute

Live from the Poundstone Institute

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"university sciences" Discussed on Live from the Poundstone Institute

"Joining us now is dr donald schefter here's a food microbiologist and he put the full force of rutgers university science labs into studying the fivesecond rule don welcome to the poundstone institute hayatou pleasure to be here thanks so much for being with us okay everybody has dying to know does the fivesecond role work it does not the work that we did show that the bacteria transferred almost instantaneously no matter what that doesn't make sense to me so i love so i i'm a bacterium and i'm just sitting on the floor hoping and now like like it and now a thing falls on the floor how do i get on at that fast well you're you're very small and the distance between the poor in the food is also very small so you just you just there it's interesting because we did show that the longer the food fifth on the floor of the more the bacteria transfer but the thing is really important if the moisture in the food so we cut watermelons if you drop watermelon on the floor all the bacteria transfer almost instantaneously you drop a drier i'll get was that sketches bacteria love watermelon canceled because i was fascinating german that there's no way to keep your food completely germfree but there are different degrees of german is the type of food matters the surface it drops on matters is that correct that's exactly right adam kill which is through a few scenarios at you and you tell us based on your research.

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"university sciences" Discussed on Gastropod

Gastropod

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"university sciences" Discussed on Gastropod

"Over to their website at mos dot org slash public dash events slash gaspropelled we also have a link on our website and we have a free until you did show on april eighth at the michigan state university science festival come see the shows and stick around say hi plus on top of all of that will be appearing as part of the bad bulos pop up magazine national tour this is a live storytelling event and will be appearing on stage with some amazing writers illustrators an artists from places like this american life the new york times magazine an mtv at the end of this month and the start of march we'll be in la san francisco new york boston portland and seattle san francisco and new yorker already sold out but if you're quick you can get tickets for the other cities that pop up magazine dot com whether or not to eat meat is a very long very intense and very personal debate it's not something we could give you a final right wrong on we wouldn't dare instead this episode were going to look at all of the claims people have made about why you should give up meat and the arguments for and against those claims will go through the history beach argument and try to figure out whether the claim is true but this episode is not absolutely everything there is to say on the topic we cannot cover every argument ever the ones are going to discuss are the main ones the ones who are all the time hit my dad had after a so they they were demonstrating laser surgery unlike a story about taking like to sarajevo perdue and as i that's just so mean that so unnecessary to kill chicken for that and then as well i'm eating chicken not on half do and meeting general of conscience yes to use a big word i think it's almost assume.

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"university sciences" Discussed on The Pod Delusion

The Pod Delusion

01:51 min | 6 years ago

"university sciences" Discussed on The Pod Delusion

"You should go to university is more science gives you options he doesn't need to go to university science but this is actually i'm really exhausted cutting that getting roofing kind of started without it luckily for my next interviewed agreement was a bit quanta emerged catch up we spoke lee who be talking about expiration social system it also talked many song she was talking about bold inspired robots why give potted history where we are now during the debate cotti the whole either our with me about by the evening so the reality of the european extremely low four times bigger than go there the night main thirty nine to so that that four times as big as the biggest thing we go to the fourtimes a dime it's a sixteen times the area us let's just huge no muss great light collecting area i should release eight years thought venik for the project reconverted for mountain julian began in eight years an an and yet with you talked about the james webb space telescope had the just the launch delile not small but i side anyway dr sergio you're also in in so space science as well you're a part of the foster project to harm member monday night she son were about riva's can you tell us a little bit about yes i do not feel sorry we are actually leading a major study funded by the european commission which is a three millennial project to design some in a way de micro worth for future exploration of moss.

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