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Is the Oxford vaccine worse than the other ones?
"And we had some more exciting vaccine related news in the last couple of days. Norman the astrazeneca vaccine from oxford university has released results saying that. It's an average of seventeen point four percent effective which is less than what we were hearing about the other. Vaccines that have recently been announcing interim results from fifa and madonna. So is the oxford vaccine. Like the bad one or is it just the way they've crunched the numbers looking a bit different to the way pfizer and medina have crunched. The numbers and sean writes in. So we're getting the dot t. One thanks you'll have to force me to take that one advisor moderna. I'll be first in line stuff. The for'de astrazeneca one who trust the uk. Now anyway. thanks. I'm sean sean. Next time you say the question just tell us what you mean you a. You don't be the by bush. So here's the story of esther vaccine report. So this is the problem releasing by pressure lease and what they did. This press release was really naughty. They gave an average of seventy percent but it was an average over two separate trials. You can't do that. You can average two separate trials with different objectives different doses and so on and say was was seventy percent and you can only assume that what we're trying to hide wars that the food does trial. Which was the latte. The larger of the true was actually quite disappointing. Compared to the one thousand nine hundred ninety five percent results that pfizer moderna have been reporting for the amarnath vaccine where they get the average coming up. A bit is actually. What at first sight seems counterintuitive. So you try which the big what which is to fool does is and you've got a smaller trial where they did a half those to begin with and then a fool doors late about a month later and what the got with that one was ninety percent. Say to the to the other two. That's right but effective remember. This was affective in preventing covid nineteen disease. We still don't know whether prevents infection now said well. Why would a lure does one work well. It's actually quite conceivable that the lord does one is the better way of giving it because the vaccine works spy using a chimpanzee cold virus which has been inactivated sort of doesn't caused disease to carry the genetic message inside the cell for the sale to produce despite protein. That's going to generate an immune response in the body that will have memory to fight the infection. So that's how it does the chimpanzee vars whilst it doesn't develop disease in the person our immune system does recognize this virus and january. antibodies toured. So what can happen. Is that you give. The food does in the first. Does the body a gets. Antibodies to the chimpanzee vars. And then when you give the secon- does it doesn't work because your body's fighting off the victor really. That's right the train of the truck the text but if you want to call it the terms of the metaphor taking the phones of other words that blocks the driver from taking the from carrying the the vaccine into the cell so the f- the lure does wand doesn't generate a strong response to the chimpanzee virus but still pump primes the immune system against the vaccine against the spike protein. I should say so. The second vaccine does work so this is actually good news so could be. That is just as good and it'd be a nice one to be just as good because it's going to be a lot cheaper. It's going to be available in the developing world. Astros said that they're not going to take any prophets on it at least during the pandemic and transports in the fridge. So it's easy to transport and resilient so you can't average here so the sixty percent is completely misleading. Double full does pretty lousy half those plus four does pretty good and that director attention towards where it should go.
Spain PM works on new state of emergency to curb COVID-19
"Is expected to approve a new state of emergency in the face of a resurgence of Corona vars. The measure, if approved, is likely to provide a framework for Spain's regions to impose their own tailored restrictions. Donnie Abraham has more details. Declaring a state of emergency would provide the legal framework for national or regional measures such as curfews and restrictions on people's movements. The government is not seeking to reimpose the highly restrictive locked down seen earlier in the year, one of the toughest in the world. There may be some nationwide measures, but it's more likely to see the type of decentralized approach seen in other European countries. Any state of emergency would last two weeks on would then need the approval of Parliament should be extended. People in Chile will head to the polls later today
Pennsylvania Supreme Court says ballots can’t be rejected based on signature comparisons
"Counties from rejecting ballots if the voters signature on it does not resemble the signature on the voter's registration form to Republican justice has joined five Democratic justices and Fridays decision. It addresses a key concern surrounding an avalanche of mail in ballots in the presidential battleground state. The verdict was a victory for the state's top election official Kathy Book, Var is a Democrat who had asked the court to back her up in a legal dispute with President Donald Trump's campaign and Republican lawmakers. Trump and former vice President Joe Biden are locked in a battle to win the state's 20 electoral votes. It's 603
WHO: Letting virus spread to reach herd immunity is "unethical"
"As the covid nineteen pandemic has been sucked ever further. into. The deeply tedious culture wars polarizing many Western democracies they gathering climate has been made on behalf of so called herd immunity. This is the fairy which holds that if nature is permitted to take its course, within reason, sufficient antibodies will be distributed among the populace to reduce the viruses spread to a manageable kroll. The World Health Organization has now sat emphatically upon this view who chief Ted, Ross Cabrera's calling herd immunity scientifically, and ethically problematic one joined with more by Dr. Chris Smith. Our Health and science correspondent also virologist Cambridge University. Chris, he calls it scientifically and ethically problematic I. Think the ethical problem is pretty easy to spot, which is that you know a great many people would need to die. What's the actual scientific problem here if you would just taking a brutally utilitarian approach? Well I think really it's a lack of knowledge the moment we think that about ten percent of the world's population. So perhaps even as many as a billion people rounds bit more than ten percent have had the infection, but we don't know, and the reason we don't know is because in order to work out with people have had it or not we have to do antibody tests and antibodies. And you can think of this as the analogy is a bit like footprints left in the snow when you've had an infection, a person who has had it and cleared it no longer has any virus detect, but the footprints of the vars having been there all the antibodies left in your immune response. If you take those antibodies, that's a sure fire marker, you must have encountered whatever the infection is that you're interested in the problem is that it's not clear to us that when we test people for antibodies, all we rarely detecting all the people that have really been infected or have. We missed some have we missed. A few are more people responding in ways where they might antibodies the we're looking for. We just don't know at the moment. So scientifically, we don't really know what we're tackling here. We don't know what the long term consequences of coronavirus infection are. They may be trivial. They may not at least for proportion of people there is this phenomenon dubbed. Long Cove where people have post infection, inflammatory syndromes and symptoms that can go on for months. Now, we don't know what fraction of the population get that or whether certain people are more susceptible to that younger people older people we don't know. So scientifically, medically, there are issues here. If we understood the thing completely you'd say, well, we know exactly what we're getting into. Sign. On the dotted line or not whereas with this, it's a black box. We don't know what's inside on the subject of understanding things completely where are you on the UK's most recent? Of restrictions lay his TIA's and levels. The U. K. seeking to make things clearer because they've been criticisms levelled at the government for having rules that people not even prime minister. An Very Scottish MP's can remember, and as a result, this is leading to confusion transgressions and that's translating into more spread of the virus. So in order to gain a tighter grip on the virus, the outbreaks in various parts of the country, this tiered system has been introduced to on tier two tier three also dubbed medium high, very high risk and the idea is that everybody across. The country has a baseline of medium risk and so anybody who's not in special restrictions at the moment is medium but in other parts of the country where there are special measures needed, you have this way of escalating up to high risk and the threshold is said to be one hundred per hundred thousand people in the population who are affected in order to trigger that escalation and I think part of this is not just that the people everywhere know where they stand they know how prepare for if they're area becomes. A higher risk area local planners can put in place policies but also means that more control can be potentially devolved to local authorities and local actors because there, there's a lot of knowledge on the ground are very skilled people in public health and so on who could work more strategically locally and I think some of these measures do open the door to more of that kind of thing. But again, it's it's produced the usual anticipated reaction of people. As I'm away confused today blame them people are confused there's lots of. Uncertainty and no one likes this sort of change when you've just got used to work in one way and then morals come in and people are obviously trying to to make sense of how exactly this is or isn't going to work the thing that would of course stops or savers from having to try and understand what the government is telling. US would be a vaccine in has been bad news I guess on that front, which is Johnson and Johnson suspending trials of their vaccine. Do we know why that happened? Nobody's worth bearing in mind that this happens all the time. When we're developing drugs, foams, companies go into the drug development vaccine manufacturing process expecting to fail ninety percent of the time not because they're not good at what they do. It's because they're very good at what they do that they succeed ten percent of the time, but it's a very tough. Challenge with very rigorous standards and west safety is an absolute priorities of red line that you can't cross safety and ethics. So as soon as you have a trial running if there's anything untoward, the the safe thing to do that point is you hope the trial you investigate and you appoint somebody independent of the trial who is an independent observer who will Come, in they would appraise the situation and then they'll cite note we can. We can say this is not because of the drug this is because of natural occurrences something you can resume your trial but on safety grounds, you always hope thing investigate and then make a decision and this happens a lot to happen to Astra Zeneca a couple of months ago. A month or so ago with with their co vaccine and investigators came end, they found that there were cases reported. There was a new case of a of a condition transverse lightest, which is an inflammatory condition of the central nervous system. They were able to say, well, because this happened sporadically in the population, there's no reason to suspect that this was caused. By the vaccine in this case. So we'll resume the trial. It may be that this the same will happen for. Johnson. And Johnson's vaccine trial. So is there any consensus really among you and your fellow boffins about likely timeframe for vaccine will I've asked a couple of people this one person who is working on behalf of one of the regulators to keep. Tabs on one of the vaccine projects. Another person who's actually in the finance sector has been having conversations with the pharmaceutical companies at the front runner in this and both interestingly guy very similar time windows suggesting that about of next year was the most likely time by which we would have data assuming that the data that is provided are provided shows. The vaccines work I mean. Let's assume that because that's a big. If an it's necessary if assuming everything works, then you've got to go through various checks and balances and take a lot of boxes from a safety point of view which takes time and so that's why they're saying probably midway through next year, and then there's the whole issue of WHO's going. To get vaccinated because in a report in the Financial Times last week Kate. Bingham who's the vaccine taskforce lead said an acknowledged that about thirty million people are front runners for receiving vaccines. But where does that leave the other thirty five, million not? No, no information has been provided. Yes. On on what the government strategy is going to be.
7 Rules to Life-Long Happiness
"Rules. To lifelong happiness. Really Scott just seven well, this probably some more. There's no doubt about that. Lifelong happiness. Really. Scott. Is such a thing as lifelong happiness well, sure there is. You've been happy most your life. Well, maybe you haven't I mean some people I'm sure haven't but for the most part, you pretty much have. And you will be Var- a couple of bad days in between here or there. So we want to focus on that making those days better but are there seven things you can do seven mindset shifts that you can do to make things a little bit better even during covid nineteen. Well. Yeah I'm a fan of STOIC philosophy has been for a long time. Sometimes you look at stoic philosophy and you go really. Those are the rules. Those are kind of hard. But yeah works a lot of it's still does it's Oh well over two thousand years old now but it's still very much fits in today's world and I think given some of the things that are going on in social media and some things that are happening in politics these days Rau- craziness if you will. Looking at something that's real practical has for two thousand years cannot be a bad thing. So there's some rules we live by for happier life. Let's go number one if you want to learn to succeed. And you want to be that way you gotta be humble. Is always somebody's smarter and more successful in Weiser around you. Always. Use a little more humble in this world. What do you think Number to. Find the right seen that WANNA. I saw that years and years ago so far is seen what is this a movie Kinda Sorta? Choose your friends and your situations very carefully. You gotta be careful now by the way social media I, know it's not real friends but boy, it is a scene isn't it? If you're not careful, you know they are looking for ways to draw your attention away from your life to there's got to be careful there. If you want to rise in life. You can't allow yourself to be held down by others STOIC philosophy. So choose your seen, choose your friends, choose your situations very carefully you will rise but pay attention to where you put yourself in who you surround yourself with. Respect your time Seneca said this. We're tight, fisted, property and money. Think too little wasting time the one thing about which we should all be. The toughest misers Leiper short I love the way. Stocks talked. Time is ticking fast quickly even in Cova Times. There's no doubt about it. It seems like it's dragging along. We'll this thing ever come to it in can I get out of my house I go do something please whereas normal. The Duck. Duck. Take your breath. How about the fourth rule for lifelong happiness if you can apply everything pretty much commonsense so far right and you probably doing a lot of this just reminding you that's all. Never do anything out of habit like Scott. You've said in the past have some good habits. Good habits that we should do that bud. They're not mindless habits. Not. You should choose those habits and by the way I think you should always be choosing better things and always question yourself. Get. In the habit of working out and eating right and all that stuff that good stuff right at the same time. You should be questioning whether it's still the right thing for you to be able to do. Should you head down that road sometimes doing that we've been doing for twenty years and at one time it was probably a good idea. And twenty years later maybe it's not. If you don't question it. You're never gonNA know. Number five, keep it simple. Do Your, job. Approach. Every task as if it were your last because. Could be. That simple fact isn't it? That's truth. A lot of people don't WanNa. Hear that don't totaled at that the dumpling negative I'm gonNA live forever. No you. It could be the last thing you you ever do get it. It's kind of hard to think that way really is. I don't want to run around every single day thinking. It's my last asshole don't. What I do the best can do my job the best I can every single day and get an extent tried again. Don't always get it right but I'll try again. Number six adapted learn from failure using your success to justify complacency. That's. Pretty Common. It's also easy which is why most people do it? You can do more you can be better. Adapt. It's okay to fail. It's okay for it to be difficult for a while to get easy eventually we stick to it. You get exactly what you one. I like this this is one that this. This is one of those going around more and more these days I think because life has gotten tougher. A lot of folks the economy is kind of what is it it's hard to say which ways ago it it's it's just a big mess. But we're still here.
We're All In The Same Ocean, But Not The Same Boat
"We're all in this together we're all in the same boat. How often have you heard comments like that? In recent months, the problem is the whilst with certainly old sailing on this same corona virus ocean when not in the same boat each of us have different capacities to weather the storm whether that's financial physical or emotional, and if you wanNA take the metaphor a bit further. Even. Though we're all silent on the same stormy coronavirus ocean. The storm has a different intensity depending on where you are in the world you I need to talk to a couple of people from different countries around the world to understand how different the impact is from one country to another and so yes, we are all dealing with the Corona Vars, but we all have different capacities to deal with it number one and. Number two the ferocity of how it's impacting on AL lives differs from person to person place to place I just think that's an important perspective to keep in mind at a time like this and probably always, and yes, this is really just a message to myself
Where Did COVID Come From?
"So if the corona vars did I get into humans somewhere far south of John as this evidence suggests, why did know a notice? One possible answer is that these spillovers from animals to humans a more common than you might think and they're often difficult to detect. This was certainly the conclusion of Maury Miller from Columbia University who worked with Sangley she from the Wuhan Institute of Technology to test people in rural China for an entirely different current of ours. We went to a place in Yunan where she had found a bat that cause potential harm to humans, and what we found was that three percent of the population that lived near the bats that were infected with these viruses had already been infected. So still over is quite common occurrence. So this isn't the coronavirus. Pandemic. This is brandon. Other one. It is a separate corroded virus. It is not close at all. There are many many corona viruses that bats carry only one percent of them are estimated to cause any kind of disease in humans and what had been believed prior to this was that it always had to go through a secondary animal and Ben get transmitted to humans Shenley she was the first person to discover that Bat Corona viruses could be potentially transmitted directly to humans and we were able to prove that. Yes, indeed. That was so. Why on Earth did you suspect it might infect humans then. That is the work that Shengli she does. So she has collected genetic sequences for various corona viruses that bats carry. This particular one had a spike that is able to directly infect humans. And who did you go out and test? This was Yunan province. And we just tested all kinds of community members, farmers, foresters. And when we found three percent positively, there was no particular demographic profile that had higher risk because we know in general hunters have a higher risk they kill the animals, the animals can scratch them, but they were no higher risk than anybody else in that community. How is that possible? Exactly. So bats are really everywhere. They often live in the rubes of houses people go into caves whereabouts live to collect Bat Guano because it is a very valued fertilizer for crops. There's all kinds of mechanisms of exposure and bats are fairly revered in China. So everybody knows where they are and respects them and thinks nothing of them. Is kind of scary. I mean in in United Province. Why wasn't there a pandemic that began? With this particular corona virus, it appears to not have caused noteworthy disease. This particular are covid nineteen. So many of the cases where a symptomatic. So wouldn't notice. We wouldn't notice that anyone was infected because everyone feels fine. When we start to notice it is when there is an increase in deaths particularly among the elderly from pneumonia but ammonia is a leading cause of death among the elderly particularly in rural areas. So people may not have noticed that there was excess deaths.
Where Did COVID Come From?
"The story that we've been told is that the coronavirus cancer bats and jumped in humans sometime late last year at seafood market in the city of Wuhan. China. It's a neat tail, but the problem is nobody actually knows whether it's true and the evidence is mixed, which is why the World Health Organization said over the past few months there has been a lot of discussion about the origins of Covid nineteen. Or preparations have been finalized and experts will be traveling to China this weekend to prepare scientific plans with their Chinese counterparts for identifying the. Sources of the disease the WHO's director. General Federal. Gabriel's speaking there back in. July. The two people that the WHO, which just the advanced party for a much bigger group of scientists leaving soon for hand to start asking hard questions from the WHO Micron, the answers to these questions are sometimes elusive, and it is quite a detective story to find the source and the intermediate pathways by which the virus can breach that barrier to humans. We spent decades trying to do that any bola we spent years trying to do that with Merce and Sarah's it takes time and it does take meticulous multi sectoral approach to this and. We don't know where that species barrier was actually breached. This is very important because unless we understand like anything if the walls of your castle breached, you need to know where the breaches because you can fix and repair that breach. You can make sure that that is strengthened for the future. So we need to understand was the the track of this virus from the wild animal kingdom directly into humans directly through farmed animals directly into a marcus. When Mark Two hundred, we have to keep an open mind science must stay open to all possibilities. In. This program were exploring the. The evidence and the gaps in the evidence will I hear how the virus might have got from animals and into people will talk to scientists who are questioning the time and place it actually emerged and address whether the virus could have actually come from lap. On the very last day of Twenty nineteen China reported an outbreak of a strange pneumonia in cluster of people with links to the local who on live animal and seafood market two weeks. Later, the cause of the onus was identified as a new corona virus. Now named Saws Covy to the causes the syndrome known as COVID. Nineteen. Since. Then thousands of scientific papers have been published on the outbreak including the genetic sequence of the virus which confirms its close relationship to Corona viruses carried by bats, and therefore also gives us a clue as to where this vars came from Dennis. Carroll heads the Global Viral and project the Coruna viruses first and foremost are a family of viruses. We estimate there between four and five thousand different corona viruses and virtually all of the ones that we've discovered to date about two hundred we found in bats in different parts of the World Asia Africa, and in the Americas. Bats well, we don't know why bat except that bats are able to host viruses like corona viruses without themselves, having any adverse effects, and they will periodically shed these viruses in their feces or in their saliva. So they represent sort of an ideal host because a virus when it doesn't affect another animal, the last thing want to do is to kill the animal off its speaks to its own demise as well. So they've developed a very sympathetic relationship with bats over the Millennia. Are you saying that bats of the origin and when you get corona viruses and other species, it represents a jump from a bat into that species at least at some point in time. Well, I. Let's be very clear. We don't have a definitive answer as to how the COVID nineteen virus entered the human population but we've seen enough examples of the virus moving either directly or indirectly from bats that it's the most reasonable explanation. There was some initial speculation to be confirmed that Pangolin. Another wildlife animal that is a food source in China may have acted as a spillover agent, but more work needs to be done to really clarify exactly what the transmission route might've been. One other avenue to pursue is you read genetic code off of a virus and then you go looking in the database to see what is most closely related to because that can sometimes point you in the right direction of West something came from. Walt story emerges when we do that sort of analysis, many of the different corona viruses circulating in these geographic areas do in fact, have a strong genetic relatedness to the covid nineteen genetic profile. So it speaks to a pedigree shared pedigree. So if that's the case, then you make a case of the fact that these viruses are actually pretty common. You can find the across the very diverse patch of China. Why would they emerge in Wuhan? Well. The source is largely bats that are proximal to Wuhan City, and one of the things we know about bats first and foremost is that they have the ability to adapt and share. Living. Space with human populations and so what we've seen in Wuhan as an example, love high interactive dynamics between bat populations possibly again, secondary intermediary hosts with human populations. If we don't bring a human in close proximity to these infected animals, you will not get a spillover.
Hope for Herpes Cure
"Nearly two thirds of us are infected with herpes simplex virus. So viruses, this week isn't an herpes causes cold sores causes genital disease, and it can also even occasionally caused Brian Infections. The virus is real headache to treat because the infection is lifelong. This is because it hides existing just as a piece of DNA inside nerve cells, it periodically reawakens to produce painful infectious skin blisters, nola drugs that can. Control these flare ups when they happen they can't remove the viral DNA. So the problem keeps on coming back now researchers in the US developed a pair of selective molecular scissors the contract down the rogue viral. DNA inside nerve cells and chop it up destroying the virus. So at least in experimental mice, it doesn't come back. Keith Jerem herpes is really sneaky that it actually established as a form of itself. That essentially goes into cells and then falls asleep and that virus lives in the neurons nerve cells in your body, and they can come once a year once a month once a week and cause lesions ulcers than anything else and all those strikes. We him don't do anything about that sleeping form of the virus. So effectively under the immune Radovan all the time it's dormant inside cells like that the immune system can't see it. So it just gets ignored. That's exactly right. The immune system controls at once it wakes up and starts making more copies of itself and they take care of those new copies but they even the noon system doesn't do anything about that long-term sleeping form of the virus said, what can you do about it? Well we've been using this really cool technology that's been around for over a decade. Now called gene editing despite has made a DNA just like our body is and that sleeping form is actually a little tiny circle of this DNA that lives in the nerve cells and what gene editing allows us to do is basically use I think of molecular scissors that can go into a cell and they can look through all. The DNA. In that cell and look for a very specific little stretch of the letters, and if they find those letters, they make a little cut and so what we do is designed very special scissors that ignore all of our own DNA, all the human DNA but they look really hard for herpes and if they find it, then it to little cuts and so it basically falls apart and makes it go away. And this works does it you can actually demonstrate that serve you chop up the virus then canola comeback yeah, exactly. So the study that we did was in mice mice get this sleeping form of the herpes just like we do and then we can go in and we use a a something. We call a vector, a different virus that carries these scissors to those same neurons and when it does that it starts cutting up the virus and then we can measure after. Our therapy how much of that sleeping form is actually left in the mice treated and what we saw as we eliminated well over ninety percent of that virus, and if we could translate that into human beings is likely to prevent lesions in Alzheimer's disease transmission to other people and all the things that we actually worry about how did you get the virus that was the Trojan horse that carried in the molecular scissors? How did you get that into the nerve cells in these animals? Well. That was a really important part of our study is understanding the best way to get the scissors where they need to be. We used another virus added. Associated Virus. Almost, all have it never causes any disease. We basically changed that to carry these scissors for us just injected into the bloodstream, and once it's in the blood, it actually goes in and actually find those nerve cells and introduces the scissors. It sounds like the woman who swallowed a fly and then swallowed spider to eat the flying, and we all know how that story ends because you're basically giving someone a virus to treat viruses this safe. This particular virus specter that was used called ADN. Associated Virus is probably the leading factor that's being used for many many types of gene therapy now, and there's several approved products out there in the EU and the United States that use adn associated virus or av to deliver different types of gene therapy, and so we're taking something that's quite proven to be safe modifying it slightly for our needs and then using it to try to cure an infection where we've simply not had any hope for cure in the past. You've been looking at herpes simplex virus. This causes cold sores and it also causes genital disease. But this is one member of a big family viruses that'll will work in a similar sort of way things like visa, the Vars, chickenpox and shingles in people unlucky enough to have that. Do you think you could prevent a person from succumbing to shingles by the same technique? The shingles virus actually goes into very similar nerve cells and acts a lot like herpes simplex, and so we can actually think about using the same therapy for that viruses. Well, we're also very actively looking at viruses that are similar but not herpes viruses in particular hepatitis B., and we have some really exciting results there where we can do very similar things. We're likely to see success there and maybe another viruses as well.
Gardens, Plants and Climate Change
"Across the world covid nineteen is making a comeback. Boris Johnson's dubbed a second wave and the WHO have suggested that people dropping their God together with the relaxation of public health measures in many countries is translating into a surge in cases. France is seeing nearly four thousand daily cases and across Europe as a whole, the total is closed at twenty, six thousand people testing positive each day. Now, as a result of all of that people are trying to learn as much. As possible about the manner in which Corona, Vars and other respiratory infections spread so far lot of emphasis has been placed onerous spirit tree droplets, blobs of moisture that come out of the Airways when we breathe and talk and they can contain virus particles and people are wearing face coverings and they their hands to try to ward off that risk. But I school, of Medicine at Mount Sinai New York Nicole Bouvier has been testing how flu spreads among Guinea Pigs not the. Humans the Rodent fraud and she's found that respiratory droplets are indeed important but the viruses can also cling to other things which can be even more numerous as well. When humans either talk or cough or sneeze there's all kinds of microscopic particles that come out of your respiratory tract droplets of pure water proteins, bits, and pieces of dead cells most of which is is invisible. So we don't really think about it but but it's there. So presumably, Guinea pigs were doing. The same thing, and we wanted to know what exactly is coming out of them when they are infected with flu and putting flew out into the air how did you do the experiments? We put the Guinea pigs in a special cage that had a fine air filter that prevents know stuff from the environment coming in, and then we have the other side of the cage hooked up to an aerodynamic particle size or an APS and that's that's basically just a machine can. Not only count microscopic particles that can tell you how big they are, and what we're finding is that there were. Thousands of particles per second every time to get a big moved there was this big poof of particles that were being detected six to us that actually the particles coming out of the cage where associated with movement and that's when we started thinking. Well, maybe this isn't just what's coming out of the respiratory tracts, but it's just dust. So these are guinea pigs for Dandruff is that BICYC-? Well. Yeah. You know eight they are dandruff animals but so are we I mean humans slough billions of skin cells off every day but flu viruses don't grow in the skin lake grow in the nose and throat. So why is this this Dander? Another particulate matter does coming off the Guinea pigs relevant. So. What we did is we took a game egg and we infected with influenza virus, and then we put the guinea pigs in a cage and we sampled virus from the cage and from the animal's body we just took a cotton swab and dipped it in saline and swab the animals, ears in their paws and there for and the sides, the cage, and we were able to actually grow. A lot of viable flu virus from these swaps and that indicated to us that the virus was actually being spread all over itself and its environment and it kind of makes sense when you think about what you're doing all day long, which is brimming themselves and and sniffling around it makes sense that virus from their noses could be getting all over the place. Does that mean then that because? There's virus on things other than droplets coming out of the nose and throat that could be infectious to exactly. We also did some measurements where we were trying to measure exactly what was coming out just the Guinea pigs respiratory tract and what we found was that the amount of particles coming out of their respiratory tract was just orders of magnitude smaller than what was coming out of the cage when. It was sort of a wake in moving around, and so it seemed reasonable to think that maybe some of these particles from the environment that if they were contaminated with flu virus might actually be transporting the virus through the air to the they susceptible Guinea pig next door and could you infect other animals if you take those particles can you demonstrate that there is viable virus they're capable of infecting? An uninfected individual. Yes. So what we did is we took some virus and just painted it onto their for. And then we put this animal into the into the cage next to a susceptible animal and we were able to see transmission to the susceptible animal, and that suggests that particles that were conveying the virus. We're actually not coming from the respiratory tract because there was actually no virus replicating in the donor animals respiratory tract at that point
Implications Of The Spa Industry Being Both Mature And Fragmented
"Business Industry lifecycles are pretty much the same they emerge they grow they mature and they decline but somewhere, between maturity in decline is the opportunity to reinvent to reinvigorate to innovate and head off on a new curve on a new industry. And I would argue that with the spiral mystery, we've certainly emerged with only through growth period. So were either at the maturity stage or at the decline stage, and as I've said, many times on this show over the years. I believe we kind of on the tail end of the maturity, curve at best and heading to decline. So we're at that magical infliction innovation point where we need to innovate reinvigorate pivot industry and Head off on a new curve. But one of the interesting characteristics of a mature industry that seems to be missing from the SPA industry is that consolidation now spoken about over the years a few of the consolidation exercises that have happened that been that has been a little bit of consolidation in the industry, but not a lot by and large I was still a fragmented industry and so what are the implications of that? Well I. Think we're seeing a lot of plan right now in the event of A. Downturn in business, there's not enough big plays in the industry because we're fragmented therefore, lot of those smaller players don't have the financial bandwidth to sustain themselves during that downturn in business. Now obviously, right now it's been exacerbated an exaggerated by the current crisis that the reality is that's the way we're at because we haven't achieved consolidation. I think the problem is is going to be a lot of businesses that are just going to disappear dissolve throughout this current crisis and so what then what about consolidation? Well, yes there's an opportunity for consolidation for sure some of the big boys and girls out there can acquire some of the smaller ones. The problem is if we're on the tailend of maturity and potentially hating to decline is an industry why he want to be the biggest player in a declining market doesn't make any sense. So what we need now more than ever, he's to reimagined reinvent reinvigorate pivot whatever would you WANNA use? We need to find the next industry curve to the industry otherwise without the benefit of consolidation being on the tail of maturity, potentially decline and being in an exceptionally difficult situation right now. I think the outlook is pretty bleak. And less we do that unless we innovate unless we pivot and I guess the message is not that it is all doom and gloom because it's not i. think there's a massive opportunity here but I think what I hear too often in this current crisis we'll be okay if we can just see through the next three months six months twelve months however long the corona virus impacts is but the coronavirus vars has just revealed as I think I don't think it's necessarily laid to the current state of the Nation in terms of spire industry but I do think it has revealed us. So don't sit back there and once the corona virus goes everything will be okay. Understand that a best where the Thailand of maturity and if we're at the tail end of the maturity of maturity on the business life cycle industry life cycle curve, then we need to innovate. We need to find the next industry curve for the Spire Street
New Start-Up Helps Websites Store User Names, Postal Addresses of Anonymous Readers
"Now Chum, Chum's imagine. For a moment that you're interested in checking book maybe maybe book by celebrated newly published author and you think all I'd love to find out more about that book visit an online bookshop But then you change your mind maybe you're distracted by something else right and then maybe half an hour an hour later. You receive an email saying, hey, we saw you visited our website. How would you feel what's? By giving them my email address. I haven't allowed in or anything like that. I'm just perusing the shop you haven't logged in you haven't given them your email address and yet they know you came to their website and they've contacted you var email we'll surely I mean. If Google facebook of God, a tracking code on the sides then they could tie that together with unless it's technically possible in fighting. So Nice. Say I'm Kinda surprised we haven't crossed that Rubicon yet it's happening. Well imagine they Semaj and you have a particularly niche porn interest may be a bit of a further on the side and you decide to go. Further, you said. You say you mean grab. With A. Reliably. Informed that fervor it's up people who? Like dressing up as very animals like a mascots at a football game. and. They get their kicks from these sort of things. Fit It looks like my husband because he's quite Harry. You must be a secret forever. I can't figure out what would be more disturbing called if he found out attractive or unattractive. So. Imagine you visit the site. You get your fill of wherever you want and they knew receive an email saying, hey, we'll see you're a bit of a fervored. Ejected throws it back in your face. WHOA says we've got even more that kind of stuff. Why don't you come back sometime if you had never give me your email address, you can be stabbed, right? Yes. Considerably, and also, of course, if someone's got your email address, any navigate some is the potential for doc seen or blackmail knows what you'd better tell me how they got our email address. Okay. There's a fascinating article on Jessica Bell. Jessa Bell has written about an outfit could get emails a startup. They claim to be the all new audience growth tool for publishers and they say they can fill up jeff way. They say they can convert anonymous website visitors into names email addresses and even their home addresses boom. And I know sales sorted. posted. Another Chapter Jeff any incredibly they claim they can do surrounded by a third of all US web traffic cheese. Okay. Well, their claims earn press Whoa Kay, let's look a little bit more into this. They say that their services already been used you know that Chap Tucker Carlson on Fox News. Well he is one of the founders of a website quite right wing website surprise you it cooed the daily caller. That is one of the sites which is using exactly this technology right now, this potentially some could find out if your partial particular political views as well. Don't understand Outta sorry you've lost me. Okay. So how is the daily caller this website run by Tucker Carlson, taking advantage of this technology so they are a customer of this firm could get emails. Okay. Get emails is run by a guy called Adam. Robinson right is a former Lehman brothers employee and his girlfriend Helen Sharp. And they've actually put together a video where they explain how that thing works. He can go and check that out on Youtube link but I can explain in very simple. Work. So, there are lots of scammy kind of websites on the Internet surprise surprise. No, there are no a shock. So there are websites which will claim Oh. We can get you better health insurance. So we can get better car insurance just enter your details here. And we will go away and find an answer for you right and what you don't do when you fill out those what most people don't do. They don't read all the terms and conditions and remained the new mock me about every week when. You're one of the unusual people who actually does that crew, but those sites will gather all that information and not really set up to. So you health insurance in countries, they do sometimes or read you. But what they're really doing these crates and a huge database of people's contact details. Okay and they are then selling those two people and that is all apparently legal because people chose to give their information and they agreed to the terms and conditions to be marketed up soon, the I've always thought those sites you know like insurance compare sites or mortgage compare sites I. think that's exactly what a lot of them are doing. I think some of them are legitimate getting A. Lot of the deals, but they say we are sharing this with interested parties on purpose to get you the numbers you want right really have to share that information with third parties. They don't have to give you a list here. Exact people were doing because it's changing all the time and some of them might be you know very bonafide companies. Some might be shade or one of the companies which is buying this kind of information is this company get emails and what they've done is they've generated md five hashes. So check some for all of those email addresses. They reckon they got about half a billion now and they're adding about one million more every day. And they say they've also partnered with mailing lists firms so that when folks click on a Lincoln newsletter and go to website a cookie can be set computer containing that MD five check some for their email address on their computer. And so what they're able to do is when you go to the daily caller cool website or never website, which is running, get email script, they can compare the hash in the Czech some to the hash in get emails database, which they've gathered from these sites around the world and they've got all information which you filled in on that full. Yeah, that's good instincts
Stepping in for South America
"I. Feel with you big thanks cheating in from wherever you get your favorite pods. Now Chat to Chad Kerry. Shortly, about the damage, the lack of travel and tourism has had in South America but still what people wanting to. Travel as borders open up. Well, we've gone to the you know the the main source of being Nash. We've been googling what people have been googling. And some of the most Google questioning covid and travel out of his personal safety. Ken The virus travel through events in hotels. Hod One for us to answer not being doctor or A. Viral. But an American doctor Dan Field who's the chief medical officer at MD staffers, which is one of the fastest growing stuffing the US has been quite a recent interview saying it is possible to become infected through a buildings ventilation system, but it's unlikely due to the gym particles getting smaller and smaller. As they travel through the vents. It's a bit like on aicraft. You know people were I bet getting on aicraft the Bassett filtering systems. Are, read some of the areas harden a pint allegedly cleaner than the air outside. Turn Wow. Yeah. So but again, I'm not aicraft engineer. So Anything. Yet. But the big want everyone wants to know is does travel insurance CAVA CORONA vars. He we got. This is where you are an ex. I can look. This is difficult to answer answer because what does it actually mean by does traveling insurance Kevin Durant avars. Travel Insurance medical costs, loss of belongings and things like cancellation and delight. So even if you do have a policy from provided, the covers something to do with karenna Varzi probably not gonNA cover everything. So which is why it's really super important to read the wording policy witting for your particular provide up. A bit of a tip for you heat control if different control. Fine. Put in pandemic goals that and see what turns up in the benefits. The have looked for general exclusions. The will be section in there about that. If it mentions pandemic epidemic outbreak of disease as a general exclusion, then it's very probably not cabinet. Also. Go back and have a look at what's covered under the medical because they might have made an exception to that day. Look at things is this is a highly regulated industry and We must be the good travel insurance providers don't want to be misleading people anyway. So go to their website and have look on the front page of the website they they will make abundantly clear so that there is nine stacking what you'll coverages around corona virus whether they do or don't. Chuckled I sources I, and you know, for example, the will die meds policy type. Again, we have six different under his around the world, but the the policies that will NYMEX provides us. Does have some coverage for medical costs if you. Seek overseas but that's also very clearly marked on our website on its policy woody, and if you don't show whoever your provider is giving them a call on us. What he's and he's not covered.
A ‘Significant Return to Normality’ by November, U.K. Prime Minister Says
"The Prime Minister Day unveiled a critical and stick approach dealing with the coronavirus crisis as well as announcing that some leisure facilities with open, and or the restrictions eased heels announced that local authorities and government ministers will have new powers to suppress local outbreaks of the virus. His what the prime minister had to say what we're saying is that we hope the by November at the earliest, if we can continue to make progress in our struggle against Vars, eight may may conceivably be possible to move away from the social distancing measures from the one meet rule and other things. By, not that is entirely conditional as I say on our ability to continue to keep the virus under control
So did Connor McKenna have coronavirus or not?
"So no one can we talk a bit about Connor McKenna, he's an essendon football player. And he tested negative corona virus on Tuesday, but he'd had a positive result over the weekend and he'd had an irregular test result a couple of days before that, so they weren't really sure which it was, and now they're sort of. It's looking like. Maybe he's fine, but I thought that it was way more likely that you'd get a false negative than a false positive so this. Is Not a great surprise in. You'd have to say that he has had the infection. He has been positive for covid nineteen, and it was accurate, because false negatives are much more common false positives. So what's what are we talking about here? So if you were to postulate, the comic has not been infected at all with the COVID nineteen virus. You'd have to say that the test. The day where he was positive was a false positive, so he was really didn't have. have any virus and the test falsely said that he did. That's extremely rare. What is much more common is the test doesn't show that you're positive. When you are in other words, you're carrying the virus, but the test doesn't show that you are and so. What Connor McKenna has shown a very typical pattern of people with corona virus. Is that early on in the infection? The test is either equivocal or negative, because he simply just don't have enough virus there to. To trigger the test, or the might be something wrong with the test early on then as more and more environment accumulates in your body, the test becomes more accurate, and therefore you know. He had some equivocal tests then he's scored positive. That's roughly around the time that you'd expect them to be accurately positive. And now he's scoring negative, which either means he's truly cleared the virus from his system, or he still has the virus, but the test isn't sensitive enough to. To, pick it up. Which is why he'll have more tests, so you have to say there's no confusion here. McKenna has been infected with the covid nineteen vars very typical pattern, so we possible it would be technically possible to see whether or not because you could do an antibody test if you wanted to. Maybe we're not talking about comic specifically here, but someone who had these sort of testing Patton. You could have a look at the antibodies and see if they. Had had it or not, after the fact after the fact, and well after the fact, it doesn't help you this week. It might help you in a month's time. True to get to the bottom of the affair, but at the moment antibody tests don't help you. You've got to go for the virus itself or the genetic trace of the virus so I. Mean you're making it sound quite cut and dried. Why are we still speculating about these wise and it just? Yes, he's had it. He should be an isolation while assume because. Team would love it to be. A crappy taste and he's never been positive all along and the and the one player who seems to have had significant contact with him is off the hook, and as a quarantine for two weeks and the team. You can get back to playing. I mean that's me being cynical, so there's there's a lot at stake here whereas if it's your granny. Important to your granny, but not necessarily to the community at large
Doctor Chris Smith Speaking About Coronavirus
"The longer the covid nineteen lockdown goes on the more we learn about covid nineteen not least because being locked down like this. We don't have a great deal to do but ever expanding testing is teaching us about the spread of the virus will hopefully help us figure out how soon something like normality becomes a possibility he in the UK Health Secretary. Hancock has suggested that seventeen percent of Londoners may now have covid nineteen antibodies. I'm joined with more on this prime article. Twenty four health and science correspondent Dr. Chris Smith also a viral adjust at Cambridge University. Chris first of all that figure seventeen percent which suggests as I understand that seventeen percent of Londoners have been infected by cove nineteen to one extent or another. Does that sound like a plausible number? Yeah I think I think it does some countries and indeed some commentators in many countries hyping the number would be a bit higher. But Tha that does seem to twin with what we knew about the circulation of the agent. We New London was hot spots. We knew it took off their more than in other parts of the UK and this is also backed up by the that in the parts of the UK. This the Ciro positively right in other words. The number of people with antibodies against the new kind of ours is between five and seven percent so that does align with that so quite high circulation in London lower levels of circulation across the rest of the country but across the whole it means that the vast majority of people are not immune therefore only a small fraction of the countryside. Fall has actually called the new cry of ours. Is there anything we can infer from that figure in London? Not Merely about the level of infection but the the level of exposure what. I'm wondering is if you take a given Londoner for the sake of argument. Let's say it's Me Prior to lockdown traveling at least twice a day on Tube trains most of which were pretty crowded frequently being out and about in London which is a busy city speaking to. I don't know dozens of people a day as a journalist does is there any meaningful chance? I wouldn't have been exposed at some point. I it's very likely that you probably have encountered this. But he's whether or not you encountered any infectious dose of it because that's the key thing nodal viruses virus particles might equally and when a person is infected. They are producing from their body and all of their secretions of from the respiratory tract. So that's coughing sneezing just breathing droplets of moisture which virus particles in the they hope for in the for a period of time and it may well be that some of those virus particles that just stopped so although that virus particles and although they might have some genetic information in them they just might not go off like a dodgy firework you like them nothing happens so a person who breathes in some of those particles isn't guaranteed that will catch it so it's not a given if you're sharing it with someone who's infected. You're definitely going to get it. Because it depends how much they're actually issuing from their body into the that you then encounter but yes people in London had an above average Johnson counseling other people who were infected and therefore infectious and because of the high density working environment in London. The high density of traveling in London as a result of that the opportunity afforded to the virus to spread was higher which is why London took off soon took off foster and had high levels of virus. I've rule and I think part of this is probably a reflection on the London's also right next door to one of the world's busiest airports Heathrow which would have an she connected with the London. Transport system would perhaps have been a a conduit into the country with many cases arriving via that route every day. And then probably moving into the capital and helping to spread it if seventeen percent is not it yet is. I don't know whether this is a useful way to be thinking or not but is there. A number percentage at which a widespread lifting of lockdown measures starts to seem like a sensible way forward. Well if we're using how immune people all the immunity right in the population. Then we'd need to be up in the high tens of percent like sixty seventy percent of the population immune in order for this to have any kind of serious impact on the ability of the virus to spread because this whole notion of herd immunity. The word is unfortunately been misrepresented misunderstood by many people as meaning some kind of a strategy to allow people to catch the virus naturally into become immune as a country herd immunity just means that the vast majority of people are immune which means that there are so few susceptible individuals left in the mixture that the virus Kennel circulate. And so you protect the UNAMUNE few by the immunity of the many. That's what herd. Immunity means but in order for that to work. You need very high numbers of the population to be immune so when we vaccinate people against diseases like measles with the Mo. That's why we try to get to ninety five percent of the population because we know even when we get to ninety five percent the population. A handful of people just won't respond to the vaccine so that gives us a bit of safety margin and it means that a good. It to eighty five percents people are gonNA be reliably immune and that means the fifteen to twenty percent who not and this includes newborn babies every year just unlikely to encounter so unlikely to encounter someone who's actually got it that there's no transmission chain in the population that is potentially achievable for this new corona vars volunteer routes. Either we all catch it and we become immune and then new members of the population who bowl not yet an organic. Because there's no disease can eating or more tracks if we make a vaccine against this when we get the vaccine into everybody either way we arrive at a stay of heard immunity where this too few people who are susceptible in the population for the Vars to be able to maintain a transmission chain Christmas. Thank you as always. That was our health and science correspondent. Dr Chris
COVID -19 Travel News
"Kim and fill out chat with atlas obscure shortly. But what's the latest news surrounding treble? Fill the vice. President of the European Commission has told Brits it's safe to holiday in Europe this summer despite Corona vars but look contradicting what the UK secretaries' saying they say Britain would be more likely than not to have to forego any international travel. This year's surprised the British the British and the European communication breakdown. And I think that was the point of the big referendum anyway. It's even worse for his trying with any obviously travel unexpected to anyway knee no at least twenty twenty rates outlook recent research nights that million people living in countries where the orders are close to non-citizens non-residents Judah covered Montaigne. That is a lot of people looking for. Hobbies Field Well Tell Tell Tina from atlas obscure. It's an online travel magazine into to accompany fill. You not caught up with them to see how things are traveling or not grown with their operations including looking after their customers during rush. It's been it's been a roller coaster. Being you know operating trips we started to affect US really Back in January because we had troops that were to Vietnam At that time and we even at that time had a a China trip scheduled for March. So it's something that we you know really started affecting us in January Edit in March really just kind of came to a head with You know really just suspending trips and canceling trips across the board because of all the restrictions that really started to come down really heavily And then when those restrictions came down I mean March. Thirteenth was a day where we had We had guests in destination. We had guests in Tunisia and the day before we had guests that were just about to return home from Galicia in Spain so it was pretty much a mad dash. You know all hands on deck to make sure that we could communicate with our guests and worked to try to get them Connected to the proper channels for re bookings so that they could get home safely and just really keep them informed as best we could as the information was changing minute by minute and that's pretty much at least on my side as I guess experience manager. That's been our main cushion. Goal is to really try to keep in front of the information as best. We can keep our travelers informed as these updates start to develop to utilize guest experienced. How tell your operations? So how did it affect you so I think one thing to keep in mind is the adults obscure us? Trips program is quite new. It's pretty young. In Twenty Sixteen. We had three departures in twenty seventeen. We had twelve and we had over one hundred twenty scheduled for twenty twenty so this was our big year. We had started really small. We're scaling quickly. So it was tough to have happen in the year that we were really kicking it up to a much bigger notch and then tap the skill back so quickly so I feel like that was an overarching feeling looking at this is we got. We went big so quickly and then we had to really retract and I think operationally that affects our relationships with the people we partner with on trips and our trips are run on such an individual basis often with one or two people in that destination. It's rarely with DMC And so we're really relying on those relationships and we had really leaned on those people and built those relationships in from one year to eight or ten and so figuring out how to manage it responsibly. And and take that in consideration And just be mindful of how we're all working through this together. It really came down to being really thoughtful about how to approach those relationships. Both for how the rest of this year unfolds. Also how we approach next year. Because that's the thing everybody as travelers we think about how all of this has affected the travel. But when you're in a business like these are the people who are relying on you and you've got to you know you've got to consider them as well especially for these people who so many of our trip leaders were in tourism. They aren't in tourism And so to go from just a couple of trips to a lot of the people I work with now running so many they made a shift and so this of course effects that shift And so they need to figure out how to shoot back or whatever it might be. What do you think guests are going to be looking full from tool provided in companies like us? Sure I mean I think that that is the the million dollar question in that. Everybody billion dollar million dollar question and there. There's there's so many conversations you know going on in the industry around that and I think that I mean I do think that there is going to be somewhat of a of a surge in particular markets and I think that there's GonNa be a retraction and others. I think that the main thing is that what we've been trying to do it. Atlas obscure in this time is maintaining the trust of our guests. I think that people really are going to want to travel with companies that they trust that they know will communicate with transparency and with clarity. And that's something that we've been working really hard to do because I think across the board that it's going to be a portent Especially when you're in a situation where like I said before. Nobody really knows exactly what's going to happen. But if you're with a company that you feel confident will be able to provide the correct information and get you in and out of whatever situation may be that that's going to be of a priority for people when they're choosing a company
Coronavirus: South Korea hit by superspreader after bars opened
"So South Korea's had a pretty similar approach to Australia in terms of shutting down stuff. They've shut down two thousand buzz just in Seoul but they still got spread including a dreaded super spreader your and so you're seeing resurgences elsewhere as well such as Germany and it just goes to show that you win the viruses around it can come back obeit it in Germany because far more virus around then we go in Korea and so they've got to think about thirty cases over the last twenty four hours but they're really getting back into trying to think about the restrictions and re controlling and yes superstars are worry but also just people spreading under the radar which we spoken about often. So you just cannot relax for vigilance. So yeah the guy in curry up was I think. Eighteen cases linked to him alone. I have no that definitely came from this one guy I suppose by contact tracing the certainly will you know the snow are Spanish vars? You can't tell that it was this guy's virus but it'll be by by contact tracing who came in contact and where he was at the time
"vars" Discussed on The Modern Spiritual Life Coaching Podcast
"For the corona virus. That's circulating that. Everybody is talking about so unfortunately There's no specific known treatment for Corona vars until we really don't have a cure for the corona virus therefore I have been personally directing and deploying the epidemic prevention and containment work. This time prevented prevention. Our people break down. One's health minister made headlines when he broke down in tears Tuesday night over to corona virus outbreak home. What they saw people falling like leaves and Plank.
"vars" Discussed on ESPN FC
"All the action in Tuesday's Champions League Games. These are the ONS for Tuesday's around sixteen SCHLINK's in the Champions League. The advance overall have by Munich and Barcelona as heavy favorites. Both of them away from home though in those first lakes against Chelsea Napa. Let's start in Naples gap at Napoli seemed to turn at least a bit of a corner over the last couple of weeks. What are you expecting in this well? Look everybody's tremendously excited. Lionel Messi is coming to Diego Maradona's adopted hometown. It's going to be a packed house to there is enthusiasm but I also think people are are realistic. That Napoli aren't the team that beat Liverpool back then so back in in in the fall so I think I think realistically over the two legs you gotta go. We bought Luna and they'll just seems to have hit his stride. Thank fairly say that after the weekend I mean it was against a team near the relegation zone but it was still right Ms Merrick from the Little Fella. I agree with that but I think the one thing. Napoli can be competitive whole at least from sales. John's when they go to the the sniff of Japanese league policies and boss travel particularly stages in recent years. So that is some hope but it's slim may while Chelsea I'm buyin oddsmakers obviously favor buying heavenly. Do you see that way. I would certainly have biographers sleep favorites. I wouldn't see heavily You know that's all buying recently gins labor and talk about living doll ski and Nabi. They actually didn't do particularly we'll go followed and they've been losing goal show. I think Chelsea is a huge opportunity here and I think they can win this I. I think he'll win this league at home in the first leg. Did you see that lump box here by three? We can not my Alonzo. Command is much better as a wingback oversee played very well Chelsea played. Well the big problem is when they're when they're on top of teams take chances and particularly against this team who also played a similar system we can against the ball. Bartman the League and did not look comfortable. I'm sure Hansie flex can make some changes. The bottom line here is the could find a way to snuff. Levin ski you concentrate. He gets a couple of weeks ago. Then you're absolutely stuff but I think there's an opportunity stevie set for the home game. They have earned dupleix jrue. Or Abraham is an interesting one for play Ralphie's. Yes.
"vars" Discussed on ESPN FC
"For place. Two points faith. It's going to be quite the run in the end of the season regarding that Champions League race interesting way do we stop for today's game because obviously massive result for Manchester United but it feels like a match that was defined by those decisions looking table. Five points on the ninth and seventy arsenal as everybody. Back into the mix is for where we start. Just go over a few things quickly. Chelsea one one in six in the League manager having a brief please exacly the goalkeeper again. Well they copy understaffed that again. We'll talk about the reasons not plan. You may say definitely has You know gives you the confidence. Go Cuban behind you and really copier was way over his left for the false goal. Checks cut score struggle scoring. And all the good play on the English officiate in Var is just an absolute utter shambles on talk without you say the afterward this because it did win. The point through them chronic. Let's start with the Harry. Maguire one McGuire off the game said basically he could see by try was falling on him so he put his leg up to stop him falling on a guy who set off given some story to make it to make it sound reasonable decision. They made the truth. Does he kicked caught by. Its Way and a painful position and I don't understand the controversy because it's straightforward any normal human being anybody who's entity football should see that surveyed cow then. He's not given as a joke. Mate rarely the head of the p. g. m. oil an England. The referees should fall on has sold off the back of vest season alone onto the Taylor was at referee that Raffray game when hung homeland son was sent off. That was he missed that one as well but it was officiated by Var. It was very similar. Motion Offi win because as a dispiriting. Navarre is the crux of the matter. Here because antenna Taylor said it. Before as the on field official the game should be refereed by the onfield official. He was in a game he was with instant. Harpen five yards from the monitor from the very thing. That might really doesn't want the referees to go and look because it's taken up too much time it was five yards from the Monitor. It can poke the Cross and then a concession decision between the cows I mean as frightened the stubbornness and ignorance of these officials in England. Just a quick poll from the boys. Frank Red card view on Harry Maguire. Yes of course. I have nothing to say more than what the Guy said you know? I've been a defender and you you ego works when when in fact somebody pushes you and you get out and the funding start to to laugh at you and you have a reaction. And that's exactly what McGuire. He was upset but it goes but surely pushed him and the and when he saw me kicked him stretch his leg and he's a straight red card. We go a little bit. Further than Craig is going is the guy who washed the war. Don't understand football in never played football. If he would have played football it would have understand that it was a clear foul from McGuire. Read one hundred percent I think Russia is on and it was his decision in the first half as well which was real bizarre. One when William Yellow Car took Puno Fernandez on dropped the shoulder. Tony little step over went to the byline clear. Foul and the referee gave will end the yellow card for diving and it was almost an and the boys are absolutely right and Craig's absolutely spots on it. That was the perfect chance for Anthony. Taylor who's a couple of yards away from the monitor just to go and double check just freeze on sanity. If you like just to double check the situation it was a definite kick out higher. Guan Yu exactly what he was doing and it was. I think it's I think it's clear everyone. That was a clear red card. What about the disallowed goal in the second half that we saw? Chelsea thought they made the breakthrough dawn thing thought the again the guy is sitting there in Vr. And the and the decision when it's when it's fast and furious all young girls of it and it was very easy to spot and I don't know what the solution is because these are easy decisions. Sometimes I feel as you should have a next pro. You know in your room but it doesn't really make any sense saying I'm calling myself because the guys inveigh Autzen. I would see quite clearly see that Fred was the first one that pushed asprilla Quetta. He then falls into into Brandon Williams and then everyone assumes up Brandon Williams is being fouled but the first foul and the first push came from from Frank de agree. I totally agree. I think the guy in the wars wearing the Manchester t shirt in. Because if you don't WanNa see McGuire you cannot avoid seeing what Fred did. Fred pushed spirit. Who didn't have anything to do? But Pushing William so it's nonsense of course nature desk grace eight because I was. I'm a former Jesse. Players have people who are GONNA say he wants to defend Chelsea. None of which you did. Well they were courageous APPREC-. They did a good pressure pressing on my on. Chelsea deplete very well that game but the ref give them the game. The Ref the guy in of all the revenue done look at the Monitor but the Guy Lavar give them begin in this way. Like with sat here for guys discussing the same incident and it's rare where everybody agrees so wholeheartedly about it. Sometimes you could say well I could. Maybe see what the officials saw here but on this occasion and it's not anti united buyers or anything like that it just seem well day the officials you have to accept we brought br vow was brought in so the decisions that were that. Were wrong the maiden such. It's not decision would be fixed. We get VR and somebody looking at that monitor. Still can't see it. There's nowhere else to go and this is. This is what was stolen. And we've seen a lot of people crying vars ruining the Game Games gone. But this isn't vast phone if you're showing an official what we've all seen and he comes to that conclusion as that's nothing to do with David. Technology is to do with human interpretation. This is a simple debate. Whether you're wearing a red shirt of mandated as a foreigner a Bushel of jealousy. This is this is not. This is an impartial debate. Because it's so simplistic and the decisions. No when we were watching the Zuma goal I think we all say they're going to chop off because that's what it lake no that the reason technology here's is for people like us and people like the referee and people that support the whole when the effect of CD something as technology goes Bot and goes. Oh Ho. Let's clarify. There's something else in there and as soon as we saw push we all went. Well he's pushed anti is going is going to give the goal. Yeah and when he doesn't flabbergasted let me go back to your point or colleague made us not here and I'm not having to go with a discussion with VR and looking at monitors six months ago and Preto. An jokingly said we have to get used to looking at monitors referee and looking at replays. Now for what the hell was it talking about here but as it turns out the saw the job the saw think when it comes to understanding as an AFO that was right. Yeah these primarily griff rhys who by the way no it'd be seen at the two thousand eighteen World Cup because they were good enough cannot even luke a replay and give a sensible decision. That's a worry and the so-called dancers league in the world governing in France. They are worse than that. So it's a big forum. I think reference the afternoon out to understand football and the tricks of the players. Okay away from officials way from von. Let's talk about the significant this significance of this result Song Chelsea. Yeah because as you mentioned Kappa dropped again batch y starting when he just looks completely out of form as you're at least gave you a little something when he came off the bench. Justice called the government. We Chelsea goalkeeper is crystal clear. That Frank Lampard has a beef with CAPA-. I believe I understand. He wants he doesn't like him. I'm not as it doesn't seem as a goalkeeper. It doesn't think is good enough and he wants a moat. The Chelsea worried that if she held a fortune on this guy and hence the massive. So there's a fight going on what literally speaking as a fight between lobbing the ball that moment so when you do that then because clearly. It's so tight that you're gonNA have to play your best players. I mean she may finish in the top five. Or so yeah. It's it's Monday so when you make that fight with the bald as it seems to be winning because when you're not winning games you put yourself under more pressure on. That's an interest will cape what was going to come back and today then I'm not saying that's why be loss but he's a clear fi on with the ball that jail if they don't want to financial laws and he signed these road. That's fine when you winning games regular then not moment. Hammond and I talked to be creek. What an argument about whether y plays as you replace a was well the truck by the door by Schwab hustled a goal knauss two games and because he stand he's GonNa start him false quick said to me that is mental. If you want to get in the top four and you play your best. Yeah no I argued still will argue about it but what you cannot argue about. Its when you're putting somebody like Caballero and ahead of kappa. The difference between by Schwab is minimal in my opinion but the difference between Caballero and Carepa is a car and you saw in the forest goal show is a hundred percent all the B. B. Stable. Not play the best people got it done. Frank Lampard twentieth fats. During wrong he is content. There was a number things than I did. The kappa one's a bizarre one. Because the guys are right. It doesn't fancy kept. The middleman is obviously a check who's think sporting director or performance coach. I think one of the very highest level. So he's obviously in favor of capital because he finds Zuma's Gawky thinks he's really good despite a record fee for him so that's where that's where the dilemmas coming from on the pitch tonight thought competition with Suppo the best part but Chelsea was so imbalanced down the left hand. Side Reese James. Spent it right back enough. Liquid applied at left back and every time they went down the left inside cutting back on his right foot and you know. Lonzo is sitting on the bench tonight. So it's easy. In hindsight brothel. There was a guy. Maybe you could have bought one for more balanced and does your rude. Botch y wants a massive debate. Why because of his legs and what you can offer 'em behind is a midfield player. You'd WanNa play Giroud all day long. Because he's a good presence holds the ball really well and you bring these Midfield Plaza into the game. Meanwhile voiced. We've got to give credit. You GotTa sign for Bridge you win. No matter what the officials or whatever happens you got the job done and you all very much rate champions. They go and the race teams ray so say And they're one of them It's not a great Jason. Black has to be said in Chelsea showing cracks. The interesting thing is we've we've been very critical of has been critical socio the front paws. GonNa if he doesn't get this team from that position they were in over the.
"vars" Discussed on ESPN FC
"This is the deal you wouldn't show that was going to get it done but it's being done very quickly over the last twenty four hours i. I wasn't sure it was going to be done because we've been here before we can. They had been sold to Napoli a couple of years ago. And then at the last minute personal terms there was an issue when you ended up staying. This time hasn't happened. I think it's very good signing for Chelsea. I think it offers us some clues about what they're planning summer yesterday mistakenly said that William had extended his contract. Apparently they're still closed. But that hasn't happened yet. I wonder how moves the needle because of course we talked about this yesterday? They've been linked with Jaden Sancho was well given that you've got politic there and calm Hudson and you've added Zayeck you still the priority of another center forward to pair with to provide alternative timing Abraham. I don't quite know how this all how this all fits together. And whether they're foregoing the sanctuary thing or if they've got something up their sleeve at the stage forty four million seems a good deal in for play. What ten twenty seven next month in his peak stats are really good? Aren't they in the Netherlands? I think he's a terrific player. Who's matured a lot? I think he's he's a much stronger player now and I think in his past. He's an interesting story. Is Father Died Young? I mean he's the youngest of nine children a couple of his brothers. I think we're in prison for A. He's had mood swings and difficult period where he deleted all his. I xe photos from his social media accounts because of criticism of the team. I think he's come through that he's come out the other side. I think you saw his performance. When drew four four Stamford Bridge was brilliant that night? I think you'll play on the right for Chelsea cabs right. They got a lot of players. Who are in contention for places wide but I think it might mean the end for William Chelsea. I think he might be on his way in the summer. Everything is clear saying that. Probably Santiago is That show too. You're going to end their interest in science. You're not not that. I don't think he's a great player. But when frontline pod will have a budget and know that you say it doesn't need another player they can play white left the white right or another playmate because he already has Three or four of them with Hudson with politics with Mason Mount Zion. Who can fill a couple of different roles and so hence the budget will have to go and other possessions striker. Maybe another midfielder. Maybe I defend wherever I wouldn't expect Sancho to be on on the shopping for Chelsea Anymore Chelsea of course on winter break. That concludes on Monday. As they take on Manchester United at Stamford Bridge..
"vars" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Favorites obviously behind the likes of Liverpool Manchester City boss learned a PS G. and by Munich. Ten to one for only seven and it's very difficult to make a case as to why you are going to go all the way and make it. Is Tom Bowman win? That final in May for on this evidence shore but you know the Champions League is a completely different beast. You don't the team. That wins isn't the team that plays consistently good football route. It's about highly individuals raising your game on the day. Getting a good draw until you've meant to star in the mix But I do think there's a window of opportunity there at Uber. This is not a young team. You know Matisse the leaks notwithstanding and this is a team that invested heavily bringing Cristiano Renaldo and there's a window of opportunity that is closing or is going to start to close soon so we said this in the summer it was an odd time to embark on a one hundred eighty degree. Turn and go with Saturday. And that's been compounded by the fact that Saudis kind of stuck in this in this sort of limbo football wise so it's a tall order but I certainly wouldn't rule it out because there's enough individual quality for them on their day to go and go and be anybody out there. I know I don't really evidence when of Los. I'm you've blue zone. Strange talking about this talent renowned aside. This team is buying average. Well Taunton reach the Champions League final last year normally scholley take if we're talking properly. We're analyzing football in particular and looking at the standards of the size that we've seen so far this season you could say. Oh yeah but Tottenham made it to the final. Monica made this that and the other. But how appropriate Frank Discussion? There is nothing we have seen from your venter's this year to suggest that they can make any sort of run in this champion's league this season unless they get an incredible control but if the wrong way to look at it because the champions e because I showed us and has taught us over the past few years that it's a different type of competition if you have outstanding individuals you can win it round. Madrid one three Champions League titles on the Trot as you know and in two of those three years they finish way out of first place in La Liga. They weren't particularly cohesive team. They weren't a particularly good team but they came together when it mattered and they had outstanding individuals. Now are this you rent a talented. Is that Madrid side. No they're not by their still talented enough that if things break their way. They're in with a shout. I mean a less talented team without Christiano Renaldo reach two Champions League finals so I don't know it needs to come together but you're not gonNA come out and say oh. They're not good so they're not GonNa win because otherwise we might go. Just go as well go home. And just give it another champion's league title Liverpool because they're the best team in Europe. And what do you think the best team in Europe and I think that will take a very very good team to stop them winning it again this year. As for you vent this no. I don't think they'll win it but I take cabs point on board. The Champions League is a different animal. They've got a softish draw this time. I'm not saying it's going to be easy but I think they're going to go through and after that you are into the quarterfinal stage. So they've got some European experience and they've got some talented players and they've got a Cristiano Renaldo who still fit and firing and still a big big factor. So I wouldn't rule them out completely speaking out of being a big factor.
"vars" Discussed on ESPN FC
"Welcoming sedition the ESPN SEM Dan Thomas Craig Burley and Steve He's got a new check tired an Shit Combo Ladies and Gentlemen One of Mon story also delegates with us as well Craig mention those three initials which teams are on the moment but I want to talk about off because obviously we only really know about here in the states where what we see on Social Media Oh you live it day in day out speaking to fans speaking of players all people as fed up with it as we kind of get the general consensus that they are I think in a word yes I think even the biggest advocate survey I can count myself among that group of people I thought this would bring accuracy and clarity and cutout horrendous decisions what it's done is create a total mess at the moment and I think the problem is in the way that it's being applied I think the managers are confused even the managers who were pretty supportive of the idea in the first place they look just bemused by what's going on I think the players don't understand it the fans are being left in the dark and I think that has to be a very very urgent review of this because at the moment in England in the premier league it just ain't working how do you fix in if you're in charge thank God I'm not in charge but I think really only one the first thing that has to happen is they need to apply properly and that means using the monitors at the side of the pitch for the referee who's in charge of that game inexperienced official to have a look at it that has not happened to once I don't know how that can be really to be honest we've we've had goodness knows how many matches were in early November uh-huh not once as a monitor been consulted now that's because they refereeing supremo Mike Riley and his cohorts originally decided well Ila save lifetime we'll streamline the decision making process and get this thing done properly and in quicktime but that hasn't happened at all really it's just added to the confusion confusion and is now being operated properly so they have to use it in the way that it's meant to be used and the moment is it just isn't I'm doing what it says on the tin which is sort out the decisions and get them accurately applied without Levin the moon you know what you mean well we're in the US gauge your reaction back in the.
"vars" Discussed on Caught Offside
"I mean we're even seeing things know about the d- frames per second and the movement of players and that var can't can't be clear on those like say the microscopic issues in the west time game there the frames per second camera on the way the players are moving is not in sync and so for by the time the ball leaves the foot. We don't know if we've got accuracy and by the same token. I don't want people saying to me. You're just supporting far because tottenham continue to benefit from it. Well look people will remember. I was one hundred percent with with var when daddy rose was ruled to have handled the ball against manchester city in the first leg of the champions league final. I didn't like the call but it didn't change my opinion of what i thought of this technology the one thing that playing off of what you just said somebody coming out saying this when you the league <hes> i actually had to have a bit of an issue with the sentiments. Jay sent me a text message. We had an exchange going <hes> where i should face and a a message saying while vars horrible not being anti-subversion antivirus ruining every moment soccer shore and then jay said yeah that's brutal <hes>. That's a brutal for a moment to me. The goals are so punitive in the margins are so slim at the top nafta season changing call so my only issue with that is like like so then so like our sympathy should go to manchester city even though technically say what you want about it but they broke the rule so that goal should be allowed to stand but but like why would i say. We don't know what the margins are going to be for tottenham who knows what one point could mean for them. In terms of whether or not they finished top four or don't so like at the end of the season will feel better about manchester manchester city winning the league when they scored a goal that shouldn't have counted rather than spur like rather than spurs having that goal chalked off and helping that like i just don't under- i don't see why our sympathy would go to the team that actually broke the rule rather than the one that fair like whether again whether you like the role or not the right decision is the one that we got to like so i i just like that logic kind of escapes me beyond the football bad for the team that broke the rule. I don't get i mean again. It's it's so microbial aerobic lots..
"vars" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"And some of those Vars will adapt to new hosts. So the Horsely verse that we've got that we encountered this year, not just in this country, but across northern Europe originated as far as we know back from birds only nine hundred sixty three and it's been a depth thing and changing and circulating in horses ever since awfully viruses in mammals require chains. Of transmission that have to be kept going, and if we can break those chains of transmission than we can stop those viruses. Stop the Aleutian of them, but hopefully Vars very much like human flu viruses loves environments, where those horses are in close proximity to each other the virus will cause them to cough, shed, lots of arson. It will spread onto the next victim. If you lies coughs and sneezes spread diseases for horses as well as him. It's absolutely. Some of those victims of the Newmarket outbreak annals where in the racing industry late been vaccinated those horses though hadn't. So this was an example of Vars that grew through and cemented the vaccine it was most of the flu virus equity influenza that we see occurs in non-vaccinated animals and unfortunately in many parts of the world whilst vaccines are used. There's a sufficient proportion of the population not protected by vaccination so this concert, and occasionally that will spill over into the vaccinated population. And what we see is the flu viruses. The reason it successful. Is that it adapts? It changes it mutates an event. To the protection that guests from vaccination? And that's when we see the outbreaks such as we saw this year in vaccinated animal, and if the horse cuffs on the jockey as well as on the other horses in the race, the jockey catch it in theory, there is a very small risk, but we've never seen horse flu transmitted into humans, and obviously horses are domesticated animals, and they have a lot of human interaction..
"vars" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The coloured in the far corner by that had been Janet around the near set from app you Joseph lightning need a clear here. Sara Lee will directed out to center ice, you kind of a quick counter though for Patrick Marlowe, lightning and right circle. Turn it to cadre right corner. Guidry's checked by Joseph a drop past going by Alex corn gathering to on to work for Sarah just off his stick at center ice. Then by the time, we got it across the blue line. He was out of the puck fifteen o eight left in a scoreless. First. Toronto's had a couple of pretty good shifts just applying pressure and and getting some ozone time, but not really getting anything on net to test basil f- ski credited lightning defensing good job at trying to take away the middle of the ice. To Vars and point from neutralize one by Brayden point Coburn. Dumps it for mcdonagh. Couldn't quite snake its way across the blind point weld on ice feta Johnson left circle in front kucherov. Got deflected away behind it before it reached kucherov Putra fouls up at the right point Kita KU. Trump Mel dish. It right circle. Brandon point out of the center point Tyler Johnson. Lapointe colbert. Coburn shoot save Anderson with the glove and he holds on fourteenth, forty four left any scoreless. I hadn't Coburn thought Brayden point maybe it was gonna look for the redirection in front there. But Anderson able to see that one all the way through not enough bodies in front the lightning here passing pretty well on the offensive zone. They're making some nice plays. Able to set up the offense. JT Miller lines up dragons knee Lander. Anderson's, right. Miller's tossed. Solely stamp goes. Kind of a fifty fifty. It's played by Zaitsev the Jake Muslim. His forehand shot up the middle and Polat.
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"Huge savings on the things you needed one. It's a big deal. The Alabama race down too early twenty one nothing first quarter lead. They went up twenty eight nothing in the second. And they were never really challenged taking the Orange Bowl over Clemson forty five thirty four to Tango by Loa pants for three hundred eighteen yards and four touchdowns. It was twenty four twenty seven David Harris. Ran for a pair of scores. The other semi was the Cotton Bowl in Texas. It was all Clemson. They wrote three Trevor Lawrence first-half TD passes to a thirty two three victory over Notre Dame. Lawrence finished twenty seven of thirty nine for three hundred twenty seven yards is about this team. You know, it's it makes it a lot easier on me when you guys all around you that are great players and and take that load off you. So you know, there's there's not much pressure. When you when you have guys good played around you. So, you know, the the coaches helped me a ton just helping me prepare. Clemson will make its third appearance in the national championship game. In the last four years Florida beat Michigan in the peach bowl forty-one, fifteen Virginia black South Carolina to win the belt bowl Twenty-eight, nothing and overtime in the Arizona Bola was Nevada. Sixteen Arkansas state thirteen now really anything that most didn't suspect that Ian Rapoport of the NFL network reporting that the jets after they finish the season against the patriots. Today are expected to lead head coach Todd Bowles go the giants host Dallas today Nick trail by as many as forty six losing their San with enrolling twelfth. In the last thirteen one twenty nine ninety seven in Utah eighteen for Tim Hardaway junior both diangelo Russel and Ed Davis Gannett out of rest on a short turnaround for the nets. They lost on the road to the box. One twenty one fifteen Janas Santana Kuko a triple double for Milwaukee. Yes, we're FOSS scored twice including a tie-breaking goal in the third the ranger stopped the predators in Nashville for three a hat trick. For Matthew Barzel, Robin, Leonard with a shutout be Gionta Vars and the Maple Leafs. Four nothing in Toronto. The devils will. Nothing home victory over Carolina. College basketball's sh- Avar Reynolds with a big late three-pointer. Seton Hall knocked say John's from the unbeaten ranks seventy six seventy four with the Bloomberg sports update. I'm Frank Garrity..
"vars" Discussed on KCBS All News
"News. It's four or five at the bay area's news station. KCBS we've had some sunshine today with temperatures in the sixty s to the eighties and clear tonight with lows in the fifties. Good afternoon, I'm Susan Kennedy. And here's what's happening for cavenaugh has now officially been sworn into the supreme court method. Partisan anger unleashed during the confirmation process is likely to continue KCBS keep in Coney spoke with political scientists who says the last two weeks have left. Both sides furious setting the tone for the day. Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer lashed out at his Republican colleagues in remarks delivered just ahead of Kavanagh's confirmation. The Republican majority has conducted one of the least transparent least fair most biased processes in Senate history. Majority leader Mitch McConnell also referred to the proceedings as a dark chapter in the senate's history. Something both sides seem to agree on even if they can't agree who exactly bears, the responsibility. Now when it came time for the vote itself, the partisan lines were drawn says Julia Eleazar professor of history and public affairs at Princeton University. It was a pretty solid artisan hope, and I think the feelings that come out of this confirmation battle will will outlast today, and perhaps energize voters in both parties as the midterms approach thoroughly many Democrats are furious that protesting they're ready to vote, but many Republican Vars well Keith in Coney KCBS. New polling suggests that women in California are going to turn out in big numbers for democratic candidates next month motivated by the confirmation of Brad Kavanagh to the US supreme court KCBS political reporter duct sovereign says in other parts of the country, though, the cavenaugh controversy could have exactly the opposite effect will the battle over Brett Kavanagh's confirmation, energized, Democrats or Republicans in the November elections the answer is yes. In the seven or eight contested congressional races in California women are so angry about the way Christine Blasi Ford was treated, and that Cavanaugh will be on the high court anyway that they're even more likely to vote for the democrat says democratic Representative Jackie speier of San Mateo in terms of the gender gap. I think it's a gender canyon. Now women are fleeing Republican party because they see no support for their issue. Spears belief is backed up by new polling commissioned by Democrats that shows women across the board in Orange County. Congressional districts ten to twenty percent more likely to abandon the Republican candidates now even incumbent I think. This is very good chance that we could pick up four seats in the house from California alone longtime Republican politically Bill Whelan, a research fellow at Stanford's Hoover Institution thinks she's right about the cavenaugh. Blowback for the GOP in California issue filler in peril. Sam because this has motivated women. So this happens to play out very strongly from Democrats in California. And we probably already have enough especially down in Orange County congressional seat which complicates our lives even further, but Waylon points out there is anger and resentment among Republicans in redder states represented by democratic senators, and they may well be galvanized turn out next month and vote out senators like Joe Donnelly in Indiana, Claire mccaskill in Missouri and Heidi Heitkamp in North Dakota who opposed Kavanagh's confirmation, Doug, sovereign KCBS and just ahead on KCBS. Critics continue to point to judicial temperament as a concern about Justice Cavanaugh..
"vars" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"What's what's the whole top ten, very curious. Album. Lissa Vars with the highest certified album. So Beatles. Garth Brooks, Elvis, Presley. The eagles Led Zeppelin. Michael Jackson, Billy Joel Elton, John Pink, Floyd, and ACDC. That's pretty good. That's the whole tin at never would have guessed the eagles. Like a million guesses. I never to come up. I never would have guessed ACDC of Pink Floyd Floyd I would've 'cause they have any like I would have guessed Dave Matthews band like anyone who like cells crazy, like crazy fan bases that still exist into perpetuity. Like pink Floyd's, cover bands, get like crazy people that show up. Dave Matthews band is forty. Seventh all time. Yes, shocking. That's maybe I feel like they the middle of their career is when album stop being sold to pockets. Forty four, which seems low until you remember three albums. Two bucks with everybody. It's got the decades. They ran from, like seventy tends to bucks just nineties. He's the only one with would just one decade, but he put out like twenty five albums. They put at twenty five. Yeah, true to record it. Three of them. Versus one hundred seventeen. Eminem is thirty. That's not as high as I thought he'd be higher really. That is pretty low. He's got to be the highest rap one though. Right? That question. Hammers, twelve. Wish buddy thirteen. Now you're too. Yeah. Was the highest selling rapper vol time to Bacchus second. And I'm guessing Jay Z's third. Yeah, he's sixty seven th on the list. P you. That does. Thank Garth Brooks in perfect health, man. He into the money. Brooks, got it off figured out. Nobody trying to kill him like the Beatles. They not already did like Elvis. West buffet. Let's see. Where's the buff? Man. He he didn't releases information. You don't like those kinda is on. Yeah, he's out. I buy too many that I I don't don't need need that kind of. of bears anyone, but my is not in the top one hundred. Let's clearly him taking his money off the books that I feel like his if you did toward dollars, though he's number one floor. He's I don't. I mean, you can buy the album if you want you wanna come out and get wet though. Branson Missouri, and they're like, yes. Yeah, no one's actually bought a Jerry buffet album. Everyone just knows his his song somehow he's putting on his website for free since like seventy five. Use a of. Jimmy, no one else other computer. They hear these songs. Maybe they'll catch up to then I'm just going to drink some Margarian strongest guitar. Passing those coconuts, please? Yes. How do you coconut tree in your house? I don't know, man. It was when I moved in. Now, who am I to say. It is only has the all time like individual tours. I wonder who has the most touring dollars total is it's he Frankie Beverly because those guys have been on tour every weekend for the past thirty years. Just numbers of it all. Feel like. Like Sinatra, I wonder how much like Vegas residency like adds to your your total because I feel like they pay that upfront. 'cause it's famous and they just have like that too. I'm guessing. Right? Because they held in cages where right. Wayne pregnant twenty million a year twenty five million a year, excuse me. Yeah. Yeah. Light, blue man group fucking billionaire. Vegas show. Fuck this podcast. The if we just do this live show at the MGM grand or some shit do the same. They come to hear the hit. Man talk. Okay. Do you should on Dana? Yes, sir. My favorite. Policy. Why we couldn't do that for thirty thirty five years. Just one of us dies and then don't get the new partner carries on. No, I think you're going to go solo. That's, that's when you break out the props, bring a puppet. Oh, no. Care. Twenty five good Lewis. That's pretty just doc doc, Shane every night and people like people like, yes. Sing it again. Okay. No. There was one night ninety nine. He didn't play it. And there were riots mass riots secreting Royce Tigers got loose. Paul. Back? Yes. How residency going on currently? That's gotta be very sad..
"vars" Discussed on The MMA Hour with Ariel Helwani
"Like for example this weekend right what if brad vars was fighting this weekend what would you do that's we'll cross that bridge were witness ever no no never had a conflict note because now you're on thursdays so i'm imagining carlos me if brad was fighting on saturday you would just fly to chicago friday morning exactly but for the longest time you guys were on saturdays there have been times where you've gone head to head with a belt where you have see there's never been a conflict never that's why conflict mauger wouldn't hope it stays like that you don't see like if you look at the schedule coming up is a really busy this summer perfect example is brad is actually headlining the finale origin finale and has i'll show is on the thursday and if i on the friday so as soon as i show is done i fly back in either you don't have to be there that we necessarily be they're kind of like part of the week and then eric will be with brad okay in the days that i'm gone and then our back the morning fight when you guys the you know the the us's sell for four point oh two five billion they decide to deal with this is it good to be in the business right now is it 'cause businesses kinda gone up and down right there was a time not that long ago where team very down it went up then it kinda seemed down forbid but i guess not these days because of the deal they assign like what is the state of the business in your point of view i think it starts with kind of the growth in the fans and i mean what you see on social media l minutes it's crazy i've been in sports in media my whole career it's like you can't you can't touch moment on twitter instagram or facebook or snapped without like strain of conversations going on twenty four seven so look bannon sports my whole career i don't you don't see that in all the other sports so i think you follow the fans the fans want more and i think m as good as it can be i don't know if it's the fifth major yet but or if it's the.
"vars" Discussed on The Science Show
"For the supermarket and so on and then chocolate in the water and that's how it spreads is that right yeah again that's what one of the assumptions is that products coming infected with the vars hasn't been detected at the border and then it's been sold in i'll have friends here no of queensland for instance who will often discount into one of the supermarket chains by fifty grams or one hundred grams of pronouns and just go down and use them as bite because they can often be better quality and they often shape than the bite bruins and this is one of the mechanisms by which people believe that she got into a water systems and i hope you can do something about it meanwhile of course if you're farming you need to have fodder and as you described it in the beginning to done it of the prune is pretty sort of general is this something that you can fade them if you're farming on a huge scale that uses up one of the crux they residues and recycles what you don't need elsewhere development actually aquiculture in general is up in taints area of sawn because whenever coach i developed many of the species that we can china verse fishes for instance like salmon or bear monday even and so the dodgers whereby on large amounts of fishmeal which is a resource that he's under threat and in the future probably not sustainable is equa culture grows to kate relying on fishmeal so there's been a lot of if it putting looking at alternative food sources and for and in particular there's actually a great innovation created by c sira called narvik which is based on mark effectively brewer's yeast that you might have when you brew be which can be put into the dot and it replaces a lot of that requirement for fishmeal and seems to also perhaps have immunize stimulatory effect on the pronouns and niagara fine and snapping commercialized so the so of the future actually have very little fishmeal in them and also saw into so always looking at why streams that can be incorporated into equa culture.
"vars" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Talk he's not here to talk and so we ask for peak carroll and as skittles were being thrown at us two thousand eleven bridge determines rookie sees okay we were wondering who who we branco's who we ask for pete he showed up and our question to him this is a truth was what's your identity two vars jackson was a quarterback richard sherman had really shown out yet we want what is your identity what is it unbelievable that that would be a question for pete carroll seahawks at any point on next year russell wilson showed up that was so richard sherman doing near you mad bro at tom brady i think in 2012 app legion of boom is born girl thomas gets drafted i think it that he was drafted in two thousand eleven also if i'm not mistaken we rwandan were in his peak coming from u s c and he's going to start drafting all as you se guys are russell okuno was his first draft pick him early thomas was his second and and in off way what and now who knows the identities changing and that richard sherman his meeting with the peak carol and john schneider today to talk about his future according the in rappaport but i think is futures already been decided in his mind or he's been told or something he's texting farewells that's breaking news out of seattle breaking news in earl thomas last as we all know knocking on the cowboys locker room door saying hey come get me twenty nine year old guy coming off an achilles you know f if he's physically able to play football at a high level you gotta you gotta look in his direction he is a leader his charismatic and guy sometimes can make it into their 30s uh using their skull at that position too while it's a huge offseason nonplaying season for seattle new offensive coordinator new defensive coordinator new offensive line coach a big rock roster shift in the mix gordon ian rappaport maybe we'll get him to call in middle of our three will try our best covering this historic calvin murphy uh longtime rocket great rocket announcer houston sixteen consecutive wins chris brock plans news update your phone calls and more our number three uh on a break news wednesday here on the rich eisen show don't you dare move back with more in a moment.
"vars" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Took over twenty vars this is although san francisco san jose oakland a cumulus station from now on amazon's alexa open the case of skill 2018 trillion dollar deficit sickness at the olympics i'm evan haning the government runs out of money on thursday the house may vote on another stopgap spending bill today and correspondent bob costantini reports however a funding bowed goes the year may and with the nearly trillion dollar deficit because of the big tax cut the us treasury we'll be taking in less money thanks to the tax cuts approved by republicans and signed by president trump but that little extra in our paychecks or bump in corporate profits comes with a downside last week quietly the treasury predicted uncle sam we'll have to borrow nine hundred fifty five billion dollars this fiscal year which ends september 30th the congressional budget office squarely blames the nearly doubling deficit compared to last fiscal year on the tax cuts the house intelligence committee has voted to release the democrats answered to the newness memo on fbi surveillance corresponded abby philip that democratic sort assertive rebuttal of the republican memo on the russia investigation is now in president trump's hands he has about five days to decide what to do with it whether he will release it or redacted in some form or block eddie in a speech in ohio president trump suggested the democrats committed treason because they didn't applaud when he delivered his state of the union speech they were like death and unamerican unamerican somebody's a treasonous i mean i guess why not can we call that treason wine knife vice president mike pence says he's open to talking with north korean officials when he attends friday's opening of the south korean olympics meanwhile correspondent ivan watson reports some 1200 security personnel that the games are sick authorities here say that there's been an outbreak of this norovirus also known as winter vomiting bug officials are disinfecting buses sporting facilities and living quarters to stop its spread the dow has been walking up and down right now sixty points down i'm evan haning san francisco.
"vars" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The vars l bailey and landline with lady and boy chuck at the blue line two bailey take the face up and will do so against jimmy hayes and bailey went toward the network popped up in the air lundquist record it away as little tricky fly by bailey there when the whole world expecting him to try to pull it backwards he went forward rangers auto behind their own net it's hayes lending away from the four check a fairly and and moving it up the middle of the she was owned blue line he's got the return from past hayes rightwing over the outer line using at long reach to kill the puck away onehanded assuming his hands from an impossible angle of on the coal mine vitamin then sect that kevin hayes and he has tied this game and brain we are hella didn't expect to give that one up he just didn't have opposed completely covered on that bar side at arranges with just a few minutes after a thick may tied the game on a disallowed goal yet back in the coming back from going 102 as kevin hayes shows a first this down the right when side gets around andrew latyshev of gordon athletic completely cut off the actually just a prayer book on goal footba thanks offer the our whole lot at into that i echo that were not it up at three a my apologies to the his brothers they are brothers indeed buck kevin is the ranger jimmy is not so it's kevin hayes with a goal had fourteen owes six of the third and grab her on a break left wing over the honor line granic cutting behind the internet nice long's declined mayfield hopes that office flavor for the rangers with two in the third the come from three one down anti the game rangers it never let him this contest british atat the left circle an island rice grab no whole cady line left point right around the glass foreside it ends up centering by zabana jet broken up by the islanders and our skated out the center by brought nelson decaldo what about got it to grab new walked down as the let's go rangers can gain steam here five ten the goma third grigory hockey game grady say if the ride round the.