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U.S. Digital Response and the Volunteer Tech Effort

Commonwealth Club

05:38 min | 8 months ago

U.S. Digital Response and the Volunteer Tech Effort

"President Obama's chief data scientist, talks with US Digital response cofounders Jennifer Palka and really knew as well as racially A member of US digital response. You know the place. I wanted to kind of start this conversation with you. Is almost rewinding the clock back and Tio where we were, and it's it's hard to to remember. But You know, it hasn't been that long. Since then. She all came together. March 16th, You know, that was 133 days ago or 19 weeks or on Lee 36.34% of 2020. Not long but to put it in perspective. What was what was coded like at that time. When, when, when? Back in March, 16. You know we had 4500 people who had tested positive in the United States and 88 had died. Six of which were in California. Sam Cisco Bay Area had moved to a shelter in place, and it was three days before a governor Newsome had issued a stay home order for the whole entire state. Ouchy had just warned that the worst is just ahead of us. It was his first time really warning that publicly. And so you know what we think about how much change from the numbers back then to now, I want you to take us back to the initial moment and that that almost that realization Of why jump into this? Why create us digital response when people the numbers weren't as bad as people have thought, What what got you to see this? And and maybe railing? Could you talk to us about how you came together? US digital response. I would say we started off a somewhat simple idea and a bit of a prediction. It was founded by a former U. S deputy chief technology officer is like John He was here and season tech industry veterans more like myself, and we kind of came together with this idea and thinking that With the pandemic. We were going to see government systems and government teams really be stretched beyond their current limits. And knowing all of the wonderful tech really talented tech expertise we have in this country. Is there something there? We can connect the people who have this expertise with the government teams are really going to need that hope to scale beyond problems that we've really never seen. So I think what happened was that was a thesis and we basically gave it a shot. We put a call out for help to technologists and we reached out to government people working in government that we knew their networks and we're basically like Is there something here? Can we provide help? As a team. We've really just been blown away by what we've been able to dio on Both sides. I think we've seen on one hand. We've seen those government services be taxed in a way that's really unprecedented. And in a way that goes way beyond where we made initially thought or on health care. We see systems being affected like Government service is like voting toe accessing benefits in the social safety net in general, and I think we've been overwhelmed by the interest from technologists who raised their hands to help so Probably. Within our first few weeks, we had thousands of technologists all over the country raised their hand sign up online just to say, Hey, I'm here here on my skills. I want to help. And so I would say USTR has served as that bridge that gap kind of bridge that gap between tech and I just want to help and governments in need and when we've really seen that the model works. So we're just about past four months of existence, and we've had over 5500 volunteers sign up to help from all over the country. We've actually taking on over 130 different projects with states and counties and city government teams in a TTE this 1300.27 different states, which kind of really amazing when I think about that. And as I said, it's all happened in just a matter of months. I mean, it's just phenomenal. You know, Raph, why did you join? What? What? What? What you did to this effort You have, like endless job opportunities with your background. Yeah, I was one of the first volunteers with you See, are the newbie on this panel? It's because I was spending all my time Energy doom, strolling and reading the news on DH. Release is worrying about the future on that didn't feel good night background is in Tech Azan Engineering executive You know, like I have worked at a few different startups and developing amazing roller coasters. But the thought experiment that I run when I'm thinking about leaving a group or joining group is if this group of people who succeed beyond their wildest dreams like what would the net impact on the world being In past companies have sometimes thought like I feel pretty neutral office like I love the people and the projects are interesting. But what is the impact? And so I've been on kind of a quest for the past few years to find a way to make That kind of impact it scale back in March. In this tiny thing that you're talking about. There was a lot of energy from the tech community, especially here in surface Go like the hacker news readings that to try and find ways to help and it seemed to me like a lot of the Things that people are working on. We're a little bit like solutions in search of problems like The solutions that are going to move the needle are going to be like something crazy, innovative. It's going to be mass cooperation and distribution and logistics and the kind of things that we infected government for. So a mutual friends talking about USTR, and when I read about it, heard about it. It was like this is this is the way we have to help governments. Let's help them be responsive to the needs. And so I had, like. The man's privilege of having the time of the financial security volunteer for free for a while. And the anxiety to not sit around doing nothing

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USTR proposes $4 billion in potential additional tariffs over EU aircraft subsidies

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

USTR proposes $4 billion in potential additional tariffs over EU aircraft subsidies

"The U. S. writing terrace on an additional four billion dollars worth of European products in a dispute over aircraft subsidies the office of US trade put out a list of possible products ranging from olives to whiskey that could be subject to new terrorist Washington and the European Union have threatened terrace against each other over government subsidies given to US aircraft maker Boeing and its European competitor

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US officials to visit China next week for trade talks

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

US officials to visit China next week for trade talks

"Different schedule. Let's get to trade. President Trump continues to sound optimistic about the trade talks yet. Some US officials had to be concerned China is pushing back at various American demands Tom MacKenzie is Bloomberg's China correspondent China is walking back some of its previous commitments, according to sources Chinese officials had apparently hoped that having revamped their intellectual property regime. The US would agree to lift tariffs as part of any final deal so far. US officials have made no such promise. China has responded. We're told by dialing back previous pledges on areas like pharmaceutical data protection and Payton blinks, but talks continued USTR Robert lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin are expected in Beijing next week to continue high-level

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"ustr" Discussed on Christpoint Church

Christpoint Church

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on Christpoint Church

"Her lamps does not go out at night inner hand she holds this distaff and grass the spindle with her fingers what does she do and she's doing business many of you function in many different areas of these fields function it's family you function in business whether you're you're a boss or whether you're unemployed knee she considers the fields and buys it at the quickest read that she opens her arms to the poor and extends her hands to the needy she does terrible she does religious work she's involved in the system genes involved in the culture why because this mother knew that it was important for anybody was going to marry someone else you need to be about god's peace a hong when it's knows she's has fear she has no fear for household and for all of them are clothing scarlett jim mixed coverings for a bad she's clothe them leninent purple gin taken care of family a man or has is respected in the city gate where he takes a seat among the elders of the land how many know your spouse could be also government you make a difference in that how you influence them how you speak about them know they may come hover over home with a bad attitude but you need to speak life into it because they're changing culture you don't know how to speak life and pray about it and seek brought about it and find out what it takes a man she makes linen garments in sales them and supplies the murchison sashes business just cloud with strength the dignity dignity she can laugh at the days to come she speaks with wisdom and faithful instruction is honor tom she watches over the affairs of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness were education and family again in our children a rise in called her blast her husband also in crazy sir many women do noble things but ustr past them all.

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"ustr" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

Chapo Trap House

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on Chapo Trap House

"It comes out of the basic supplyanddemand analysis that young people are taught in our economics classes and as far as that goes it is absolutely correct if you raise the price of anything they'll be less purchases of it because some people will be priced out if the i think the ice cream koehnen a corner doubled in price it will be some people enable it we're not going to buy ice cream cones at least not as often as a youth because it's more money than they can afford if you raise the price of a worker they'll be less employers buying their labor than they did before if nothing else changes that's true there'll be a few less people now you would have to then way if you raise the minimum wage the damage to the people who lose their job as a result as against the benefit to the people whose wages are going up as a result of this most of the republican and conservatives forget that second part they say agreed ob fewer job okay there might be and now we have to ask what about the people who've minimum has gone up with amid rising minimum wage what about them first of all we know they're going to be better off because they have more money to spend than the ustr for their job that they do but then we have to follow the little bouncing ball if the people who have more spend at more they'll be greater demand for goods and services and that'll mean employers have to hire more people now we have to answer the question how many more people will they hire to meet the hire purchasing compared to the people they won't tire because the cost of labour is we have to work all that out bottom line when you do the act we actually look at what happens when wages go up you discover that sometimes they go up and there are fewer unemployed other times there are some more it varies but there is no automatic situation that dictates if it goes up you shouldn't if you raise the minimum wage you shouldn't do it.

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"ustr" Discussed on Rosewood Church Sermons

Rosewood Church Sermons

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on Rosewood Church Sermons

"The mort sprayer is the model these the guides in also the way how we are supposed to pray but if this is simply like some wars that him supposed to recites but more than that it's like the words that he should leave for the word said that i have these as my model might guides the way of my life how i'm going to build to my life on through the lord's of prayer the first question do we might ask is but what sprayer then what is sprayer what is prayer we always use this were this word prayer prayer prayer but what is prayer and before like we just like goal show what actually is sprayer like an affirmative sentence that can define prayer let me just like first of all they bring tszyu what is not per year it here jesus christ he tells us that actually there are two things that they're not at all he says here this passage here chapter six verse five the first thing he says it when you pray do not be like the hypocrites so the first thing that we need you realize the prayer is not like what the people quits the ustr do you let me tell like what you should do like this this hypocrites the he's talking about sexually it is religious leaders pharisees some people of god people that the new about god's words people that were serving two god's word people that they were recognised by the society s man that's the heads the control they had the knowledge of god's word.

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"ustr" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

Very Bad Wizards

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on Very Bad Wizards

"As the is some character like that right like this sort of disillusioned golden child there something one that so anyway long story short is able to fool them for some men of time a murderer occurs and they find dna evidence of somebody who is in these astra the astronaut office who is not a genetically pure person they think that it's even hawk is the killer in fact he's not but he has to go on the run and i think the central a feature of this movie is the home team of the movie is that even hawks desire and as pure will to be um to be an astronaut or to excel in this society where everybody is better than him i'm genetically physically superior more intelligent the links to which she's willing to go to achieve his goals sounds cheese even admitted the idea is but it's sort of a triumph of the of the human will to defeat all of those constraints and there's this great it's sort of sandwiched with this great story about how he and his genetically perfect brother ustr race out in the water and even hawks her door would always lose because he was genetically inferior except for one time he he won he had the willpower to get everything done because dna has nothing to do with willpower that's visit you'll is a mug of this like be implications of these things are are funny as if like all of these awesome traits i'd like that just has nothing to do with his dna driver it like the human spirits the threat and uh the the one of the reasons are reluctant movie is it just looks cool it's like the the art direction the world they create is is a really cool looking world which is hopefully characteristic of all goods dissed opiant movies like they should look pretty cool his i never got into gatica but i i i don't trust my judgement of it because i hate it ethan hawke at that time which is weird 'cause i now like him as an actor but at the time that it came at i hated them and so that colored my perception of the movie but it is a pro typically look it up in the dictionary of is topi.

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"ustr" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

Sportstalk 790

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on Sportstalk 790

"Able to make that happy about this a well a beef nepali but um uh you know the reason why many whether it was able to back him down the way he did you gotta remember nba fight each gregory's ustr fighting from a distance with most of his pitches often the best as he the knockabout that's why because guys who in their main role because you can look i'm just gonna put you on a kick to leave do and there wasn't sure if you got for me that's coming together enjoying what is going to really un and basically a moustache don't do mcgregor that can be a good event patio door well if you lost with website look out here and he's coming off political fight they won't be a great place will take you ought to have i believe people really wanted to still see he'll he'll he'll move all the other side again beat the great leap up to do but bill to me would be a more exciting why dillon still each other a little bit of the minute weather no let me save me to be wonderful to get the best out of it uh i have an idea john john horne joining us fox sports radio if and when this fight happens are the three of us get together and watch it's you could explain to me what i'm watching and then i'll be bigger fed everywhere are being grabbed who have what you but it is there is it's a player hey john thank you but you you got a guy thanks robin cliff talk illiterate by yep that was great good insight and he does know army he wasn't just running off at the mouth about football he knows the nba show off he knows in effect like he's he's in the business of sport so good insight there from john war okay more calls coming up on the big hits eight seven seven nine nine on fox and also still ahead on the heisman night manam i down on this particular year will explain why willett bruce are fox sports radio tell him to buy their parking.

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"ustr" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

WRFR-LP Rockland

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on WRFR-LP Rockland

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"ustr" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on KOIL

"Gene man domino's has passed away fats domino he was only five five and at the ustr joking lives he was tall he died at his home in harvey louisiana just across the mississippi river from new orleans fats domino was eighty nine he had more than three dozen top forty pop hits in the fifties and early 60s blueberry hill like we just heard ain't that a shame i'm walking blue monday walk into new orleans among others he sold sixty five billion singles and had 23 gold records making him second all these elvis presley as a commercial for some even elvis acknowledges a lot of people to think i started this business but rock and roll was zero longtime before i came along and as he added i can't saying rock and roll like fats domino can i know that unquote elvis presley so fats domino but they give factious graeme bond or make the dulan crusted rigs fats domino is no longer with us said the i would uh would love to have a dollar for every time i introduced one of his records over the years fats domino dead at the age of eighty nine we've been talking about something i don't think the fats would have ever had the need for a rage room just a genuinely nice friendly compassionate guy but then again you never know sometimes the people like that to have the the ball would some in originals maybe maybe he pudge the heavy bag when the when he was not in public and therefore that's how he maintained that sunny demeanor let's go to tom in port angeles washington hello job or jimbo argued orrick five thank.

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"ustr" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

WRLR 98.3 FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

"Ball you've got to try and move from probably good night out west the wild west we could say it this way of saying that to matt last night i mean you got the gold state wars looked phenomenal last few years you got an awfully good ustr team san antonio's old but yet they still play good basketball you got to regroup minnesota team with former bolzano at and jimmy butler you know you got a lot of teams your oklahoma city onion bring up yet to but oklahoma city i i said this a little while ago and i must say it again i wanna watch this there's only one basketball you can put russell westbrook carmelo anthony paul george together they're all ball hog cell want the ball is only one ball i wanna see bottle goma said i don't disagree with that i actually think they're going to end up being the second best team in the west this year i don't agree with that there's only one there there's only one ball as find a true but the the way that they play is is very different they're all ball hogs in a different manner so komo anthony when he has the ball he's going to shoot but he doesn't necessarily demand that he has the fall especially on team where he's got talent around him russell westbrook already has the ball in his hands at he's a facilitator but i i do i think what we saw last season with russell was there's no one around me we're gonna do with this year i'm just gonna go crazy and enshrined do my thing and he did iin paul george has always been a guy that can that's two way player i think they're gonna fit really well to the grad steven adams who's a fantastic center will be good on defense and offense for them i'm excited to see them play i agree with you and the fact that i think we need to see it all play out first they looked really good in their opener on wednesday night by i i need to see like a couple more weeks of this before i can officially beside i i think the thunder and we really good this year i'm not going to.

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"ustr" Discussed on Successful Dropout

Successful Dropout

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on Successful Dropout

"The gear that stuff out um in this is like it's him it's not like a step one two three sort of process at least for me it's never been it's like this really messy process where all i know is that i need to anita grab a pen and a piece of paper or like just an empty word document go someplace quiet shut everything down i do a lot of backpacking so sometimes will be a way for move view days of the time which is even better as more ideal any just like you just start typing or writing and you start you you you sort asking yourself questions like you're saying ustr you wrote a letter to yourself um i'll surges analyzing my thoughts all i ask questions of myself and then answer them and it's this really messy sometimes i can get it into some sort of of bullet point too like organized format but very rarely but just the process of and on talking lawyer but just the process of working through um all these sort of messy thoughts in in emotions and things that you didn't even know you had its side of you at the end of it all you're sort of brain dumping and at the end of it all usually a couple things become really clear and those of the things that maybe you should focus a little bit more on or or pursued it's incredible man actually just looking back i've i take i've taken pictures of those notes in for instance there's one where i was just journal ing just brain dumping about what i wanted to do like what my ideal lifestyle was was and what kind of business i wanted to build and.

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"ustr" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"Weekend the law saving coins saving coin it doesn't get any better than that it's right that's fondness a lot of fun nothing more delightful then standing next to a dumpster i always say right so i had a couple of question for you at one of them is about while me of y'all got one way or about ustr of what you think bitcoin is gonna do by well let's do that when let's do that when because we've had already had a bit coin conversation the i have no idea i think it's a speculative whatever it is a speculative wannabe currency and i think that from the standpoint of anybody with serious money and i i don't know if anybody was series money has it all in bitcoin but i think if you have serious money you'd like to have something with a little bit of stability may be a lot and not something that can fluctuate hundreds of dollars a day in value yeah okay i very traffic yet can that as we approach the number of out out banding bitcoin twenty one million i think it it's going to become more stable but who knows i figured accurate of at well i can tell you one thing the drug dealers love it and the underground the underground economic community loves it okay that makes sense they my next question is that more personal i've i've accumulated about a million bucks.

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"ustr" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The reason it's not the election it's not any of the other things that they've said they know it they just wanted minute publicly so since they can't get the players to cooperate they would love it if the players would shelve this injustice hand just stand for whatever it takes a couple of minutes stand up for the anthem just do it find some other way to express your disgust and your anc's than your anger at whatever social misjustice injustice you'd think there is but the players are insisting 'cause they're they're mirror on i don't know who's running the players but at some leftists malcontent group it has to be and they are players otherwise nobody would know are acquiring theme the ustr never even televised the anthem that was a standard commercial break up until caper nic up until last year the anthem he never televised said the stupor bowl so they were not going to televise the infant tonight that was going to be a way of denying the malcontents their stage the now contents would still neil protest or whatever but it wouldn't be on live tv they're still be still shots of it and it would be video that later but it wouldn't be part of why broadcast the now espn has come along because of the horrific news of the shooting in las vegas concert espn's reversed course and will broadcast the national anthem that precedes a monday night game between redskins and the cheapest as well as the moment of silence that will take place in air head stadium in a reversal of course one that reflects the network works decision to remain nimble as far as showing the anthem during this season a monday night football you'd have intended to return to which new normal practice of not showing the.

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"ustr" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Average reference rate committee is what it's called the arrc and what they came out with not too long ago was this is going to be very long term slow transition and i always sort of look at prime rate okay if you remember they all prime rate thirty years ago prime rate ustr means something prime what was raised prime rate was lowered and prime rate was really focused on looked at you don't really care much about primerate anymore at all it's still there it still published it's out there but it doesn't have the importance that it had twenty or thirty years ago the same will happen would bore bore like you said four hundred trillion dollars globally eight are based on libel so whiteboards institutionalized to some extent some of these transactions are thirty to forty year type maturities sold lie bore might be replaced going forward but what do you do with everything that's on the books and toe that now you fear really think we're going to go back and renegotiate or amend all of those contracts to change it maybe but probably live more we'll continue for the foreseeable future it's going to be a slow transition the herd will stay together and everybody will move together because it's just too much at stake to sit there and come it on a monday flip a switch in leibler's gone you know i don't think it's going to happen that way here's the trick question to end our conversation this morning how's the solar eclipse go to in fact have you watching i'm certainly going to be watching it and i'm going to be out there um i look forward to it hopefully i'll see some divine light to still you know where the stock market's going to go on where this pool of money's gonna slash to knack so i'll be certain there with the burning my candles and looking through the at the solar eclipse the my glasses so keep our fingers crossed that we get some vision there live you'll see some magic stock tip prepares hit exactly not as good you we'll see you next time thanks the john loyd is a senior vice president at associated he's the guy in charge of capital markets to.

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"ustr" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on WLAC

"You could tell me right now any of these teams could go twelve and four and i wouldn't get i right there's no other division you could save in football you could tell me that may be the maybe the uh the saints are the one team were you or if i said that you'd say man that that seems really unlikely but given how good breezes and at some point you think there finally going to get better on the defensive side of the ball i don't think that's an outlandish position to take again because the quarterback this this should matter so much all right let's table the nfc south for a minute best quarterbacks in all of the nfl anything can happen legitimately incredible division and talent eight games you play in that nfc south division where you got heavyweights throwing punches each other all right let's look at the afc south if the ustr texans could ever find a quarterback and i know we've been saying this for several years now and i know bill o'brien came down to houston with this reputation as a quarterback whisper and everybody he plugs in so far has been a disaster but they got to shawn watson pretty far down in the first round and to shawn watson has played a lot of big games over the years and there's a guy by the name of dak prescott who a lot of people didn't believe in and then he started off that first preseason game playing really well and her by said mandak prescott looks incredible and thereby said yeah yeah but it's the preseason that he played really well in spite of preseason gay people say man dak prescott was really good thereby said yeah yeah but it's a preseason added a third game have in the fourth game next that you know season starts dak prescott looks ballet you did the preseason so i think the fact that dak prescott looked so good throughout his entire preseason last year and then dominated in the season itself means that for a lot of people out there who say yeah but it's only the pre season i understand that argument but dak prescott basically dunc'd on that argument last year from the moment he started playing with the dallas cowboys until the.

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"ustr" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on WLAC

"Moscow's brought the dealership before williams grocery alone are with your with your mommy you did is so we'll develop a plan for you in the last very important ustr is an attorney we're talking about luxury me rumors sure that you're push money goes to your loved ones that you demise well derek i wonder if you could expand anat as well an talk about some of the other tools that we might consider if we are concerned about a long retirement what it again this go back to the beginning we talked about the top of the hour everything that we do for our clients comes down to our clients story what is their story and what are their goals and so we have to get to know our clients and understand what they want in retirement and what they need and the once we do that once we give them a 360 consul do risk assessment then we start identifying how can we meet their goals what are there needs amin they're all kinds of tools to use certainly that the magid this is probably import at this point to say were fiduciaries here at bluewater finance oil which means that we must do what is best in the best interest of our clients what is in the best interest of our clients and so any recommendations that we make to our clients are going to be made for their best interest and so with that understanding are all kinds of tools out there to achieve their goals me certainly we light to see our clients a portion of our clients being liquid we liked them to have cash or cash equivalents annuities can be very very good product for certain clients is certain stages in their life manage money we can put money in different areas to achieve their financial in retirement goals we can address health concerns are potential health issues using of various sorts of products these are just many many ways that we help our clients and then again as i am a licensed attorney we have a conversation with our clients that i dare say most do not because they cannot have with their clients is that i a license attorney and i address legacy needs i address a state needs this is a very valuable service that we provide our clients the comes as part of.

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"ustr" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:55 min | 4 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Today i thought back to you know what fourth the july ustr to me and it was all amount you know family and fireworks and watermelon and all the rest of that and now you know many years later for me it it means something totally different because i've looked in the eyes of people that actually gave up limbs for my right to be a goofball are do whatever i wanted so i think it's everchanging i don't think it ever is just one thing i think it changes as we change perhaps not want to go as well terry here but uh i mean as as you experience things in life than obviously you know things change for you know that's what i did today i am that was my experience in a reflecting back on know the kids were little in they're not little anymore and reflecting back on my time uh when i started the warrior foundation which is still exist in shooting workup warrior founders dot org and that freedom station dot org to know that's where we uh made a place for the guys to go from the hospital to their families before they got thrown off in the world so you can look that up your if you like it but of course it means something different to everybody i get that as is i'm coming into the studio armed i'm seeing fireworks off in the distance on thank all it's cool you know in a good i hope some people are good time and then at the same time on the interstate i'm heaven cars past me do ninety five miles an hour and i'm thinking no that's not cool add has nothing to don't have a rai i to do that and script somebody else's worth of july it is dawn before i came in studio i stopped the out to get a couple of drinks or whatever wasn i'm coming out of the restroom mary rick what are you doing a turnover nitz one of the year regional police officers the runs this area and that i know on a much what are you doing it goes she's trained rundown our works man i i mean it's just i think our freedom stop when we start to i dunno trains grass if you will on other people just like i said i.

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"ustr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:51 min | 4 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Most promising answer comes from an old idea of einstein's you see we are all ustr gravity being a force that does one thing polls objects together but an einstein's theory of relativity gravity can also push things apart how well according to arnstein math if space is uniformly filled with an invisible energy sort of like a uniform invisible midst than the gravity generated by that missed would be pulse awesome it's called dark energy we don't quite know why it's repulsive it is and we don't know why it's everywhere but it is everywhere absolutely in there's a number right this a specific number amount of dark energy and we've measured this that we can associate with our universe that's right and that's the the the big huge mystery to us we've measured the amount of dark energy assuming that the right explanation and it's a decimal point followed by roughly one hundred twenty two zero's and then a war which is such a strange number it's a kind of number that we don't typically encounter when we do physics mathematics this number is small expressed in the relevant units it is that tackler early small and the mystery is to explain this peculiar number we want this number to emerge from the laws of physics but so far noone has found a way to do that now you might wonder should you care may be explain this number is just a technical detail of interest to experts but it no relevance to anybody else well it's surely is a technical detail but some details really matter some details provide windows unto unchartered realms of reality and this peculiar our number may be doing just that as the only approach that so far made headway to explain it invokes the possibility of other universes other universes in by focusing on that number scientists and might not be asking the right question kepler back many centuries ago asked a seemingly natural question which is why is the earth ninety three million miles from the sun back and listen everything century yohannes kepler was obsessed with this question 93 million mile ninety three million why is the earth ninety three million miles from the sun he wanted to find some explanation where he could do some mathematics and at the end of it out would pop ninety three million miles so as if there was some deep sacred law.

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"ustr" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"ustr" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Welcome in richard justice a columnist for mlb dot com here on baseball tonight and richard welcome back to the show and and we talk about this astros team in the sequence that has gone through as we just heard uh what has been the philosophy then at the front office specifically their gm jeff lewd out in terms of the rebuilding mode that this ustr team has gone through you have to give them a lot of credit for sticking to the plan a guy named jim crane in houston businessman bought the club in late 2011 and he said i'm going to hire gm is great in the draft jeff little had a great track record with the cardinals in the graft and he said i'm going to giving the patients and the resources to do this thing the right way to tear it down and build a backup iran rotella jim leyland as it here's what they're gonna do it he's role is eyes and he said yeah when they lose five in a row oh they're going to go out and get some older guys because competitive people have have trouble staying the course on something like this in its painful your tv ratings go your local tv ratings go to zero your attendance your ballpark is empty a lot nights but they stuck to the plan and they thought they were maybe ahead of schedule when the made the postseason 2015 with korea coming up the plan so great but they thought this past all season was the finishing touch that's why they went out and got veteran guys carlos beltran brian mccain josh radic they called lip look we're ready to win now this is our window you could bringing all the veterans you want richer you know that you can have the best rookies in terms of young talent coming in which you also have to have the right manager in the mix aj hitch now in his third season with this ballclub how much credit does he get for the success of used in the season he cannot get too much credit and i'll tell you what you begin by giving jeff leno credit.

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