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"You've got shared lady Gaga. Britney Spears Arianna they're all gay icons albeit very straight away ladies and I wanted to know who is the next straight white lady GAY ICON SO I deep coma from Thomas. Who's my pop culture expert? He's in the know to find out who that gay icon could be. Oh Yeah it's too early to label duleep. I mean she's fine. I guess she is a Grammy Award. Winning best new artist. Thank you know why I'm hype and so much but I mean my clear pop icon will forever be. Gino is all right next question number four. There's this stereotype that has long permeated lesbian culture. And it's that Lesbians Love Cameo in fact auto straddle did a survey about it and found that lesbians are more likely to own cats than any other group of People. I wouldn't know as I myself am a dog bisexual so I hit up Dr Rachel Cordesman. Visiting professor in women's Gender and Sexuality Studies at Wake Forest University. She curated an exhibition all about lesbians in cats by Harry. Cats have a lot of associations with southern entity and often kind of dangerous or deviant forms of feminine any so because of Lake Association so cats switches association so flake cats even with like pejorative terms for China after the nineteen seventies the sort of a defiant reclamation of cats with an different lesbians cultures lesbian feminist for reclaiming hats and now furthering this educational moment our final coup weary question number. Five is a question that I talk to. You Parker. Yes and thank you for making my next family. Thanksgiving more awkward. You're welcome you told me. Queer people love soup and you wanted to know why in so I went and asked my sweet sweet. Got Sister The undercut champion Baltimore. Why Queer people are so obsessed with soup she would. She said Parker. That's what I thought. I know. That's not a thing. Okay first of all you're making. It seem like us. Queers put soup on a pedestal. I'm just saying that UH squares like to eat some soup. I'm always being invited to sue cooking. Parties Soup potlucks. Even soup exchanges. But I mean everyone loves soup. It's delicious and it's cheap. But then I talked to my friend Kiana and Shalit's me and passionate messages like this. Why do I like soup so much? Let me tell you. Even though they look so easy and simple they could take hours almost like you know romancing a lesbian the seasonally simple but in actuality extremely hard true true but also Parker. I have a confession. I actually don't like soup what I don't like. It would have been good information to know about weeks ago. Well it still even though I don't like soup is still something I was curious about. And it's still something that holds up. I'm just a special anomaly. Okay versus So it's not a thing you have in previous Leslie. I coming up one more investigation from and it is a doozy Nancy. We'll be right back. No one is carrying soup around
New Cases in China Appear to Be Slowing
"Like new virus cases in China have again declined up just three hundred ninety four in the last twenty four hours with another one hundred fourteen people reporting reported to have died from this illness there's been twenty one hundred deaths now in China out of about seventy five thousand cases now the overall spread of the virus appears to be slowing but we are told that the situation remains severe and who bay province and its capital Han where this virus was first detected so we're going to go to Wuhan because a doctor is ang sweetie is a professor emeritus of Wake Forest University medical school in North Carolina he's been in this country for about forty five of his sixty three years at went back home to visit his wife's parents for the judge denied lunar new year celebrations and got stuck there when the lockdown occurred so we want to find out from me he is a doctor and his
Moths Flee or Face Bats Depending on Toxicity
"About twelve thousand species of Tiger Tiger Moth Earth. Some of them swoop and dive out of harm's way when Hungary bat tries to make them a meal but other tiger moth species are more blase I say they just don't bother to flee from Hungary bats and I really just wanted to know why why the difference what factors might be influencing whether a species. She's is more or less likely to perform these. Evasive maneuvers. Wake Forest University behavioral ecologist. Nick Dowdy he says it's a matter of taste i. Some of the malls are delicious but others are toxic and tastes terrible when the airborne predators catch these unappetizing moths. They'll spit them out. Giving bring the insects a new lease on life in a field experiment dowdy and his colleague William Connor filmed health five different species of tiger. Moths responded to bat attacks. Ax and what we found. was that those species which were really toxic so when the bats captured them they almost never ate them. Those species are much more likely likely to be. What we call nonchalance species that do not perform evasive maneuvers very often on the other hand species that were really palatable? We're much more likely to perform those evasive maneuvers. Almost in a sense sort of hedging their bets because if they don't make that escape if they are captured by a bat those species these are more likely to be another factor. Is that evasive maneuvers. have their own set of risks which may be why unpalatable. Moths tend to avoid them for for example diving away from Bats Burns fuel gives the insects less time to seek out mates and could expose them to other perils such as getting stuck in water or there could be predators on the ground like mice and other mammals the study is in the Journal. Frontiers in ecology and evolution. Doughty is now trying to identify The chemical compounds responsible for making some tiger. Moths taste bad wants. Those findings are in chemical analysis of museum. Specimens could help reveal l. how rare endangered or even extinct insects have behaved around predators. Study animal behavior even without a living organism. That's pretty amazing. Other animals with conspicuous warning signals such as garishly coloured poison dart frogs and foul smelling skunks are also tone to be slow. Movers perhaps a few deadly toxic or just plain stink can pay to be
"wake forest university" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Com app and favorite K. an extensive and news radio choose a program from our archives when a tiger moth in the vicinity it produces this scientists think that it may be a kind of insect battlecry to help ward off the predator this is the pulse of the planet this high frequency calls can slow down thirty times so that we can hear it one zero two lines of defenses the first is that they have wonderful years they can hear the bats come is a professor of biology at Wake Forest University in North Carolina they go through a series of evasive maneuvers loops spirals and power dives designed to evade the back but some models do more than just the V. bats some modest talk back to bats they produce high frequency clicks in response to the echo location cries of bands and there are two theories about what these high frequency clicks are for one is that they are jamming vehicle location sonar in this case the class would be perceived as multiple echoes which we back multiple acoustic images you will be able to tell which one is in fact the month so with their way the sound might also be a message to the cats doing well to find dinner elsewhere tiger moths feed on toxic plants which gives them an unpleasant taste this works the same way that the bright coloration works in these markets and they can produce the high frequency sounds the bats can hear them and then learned that these insects are in fact poisonous.
UPS delivery drones approved by government
"A U. P. S. says it won government approval to run a drone airline it plans to expand deliveries on hospital campuses and eventually other industries United parcel service is said yesterday it's drones of city area was awarded an airline certificate last week by the FAA even before getting the airline designation UBS flight forward as the subsidiary is called is operated more than one thousand flights at Wake Forest university's Medical Center in Raleigh North Carolina transportation secretary Elaine Chao calls the airline designation to step forward and integrating drones into the U. S. airspace according to a statement released from the
Big drone on campus: UPS gets U.S. government okay for drone airline
"UPS says it's one government approval to run a drone airline it marks the first route a US company United parcel service has its drone subsidiary was awarded an airline certificate last week by the Federal Aviation Administration and now plans to expand deliveries on hospital campuses and eventually other industries the designation lets you PS fly drones carrying more than fifty five pounds fly an unlimited number of drones and fly them at night even before getting the designation its subsidiary U. P. S. flight forward is operated more than one thousand flights at Wake Forest university's Medical Center in Raleigh North Carolina Scott Kerr
"wake forest university" Discussed on KGO 810
"Crew dragon was scheduled to conduct a key test of its emergency aboard system in June. And its first crew mission was slated for July. Nasa recently said that timeline is under review. I'm Bill Michaels. Chesley Chris of North Carolina has been crowned miss USA twenty nine nine tonight in Reno Nevada. Chris earned a law degree and an MBA at Wake Forest university before becoming a civil litigation attorney who does pro Bono work to reduce sentences for inmates Barbara cusak. At simple mobile. You get the no contract advantage unlimited talk and text plus three gigabytes of high speed data now for twenty dollars a month for the first three months just twenty dollars a month on a lightning-fast G L T nationwide network and no contract. That's our best deal ever. Learn more at simple mobile dot com. Simple mobile out with the old in with the simple requires new auto reopen Roman by six thirty nineteen Twenty-three seventy five per month after I remains credit card. Simple mobile required for enrollment, plus taxes and fees. See terms and conditions at simple mobile dot com. The Home Depot has very good news for your lawn. It's called Scott's thicker lawn right now early nineteen ninety eight bag thicker lawn is a three in one mixture of seed fertilizer and soil improver perfectly formulated for thicker, lawns and happier. Lawn owners so spread the word for two fifty percents thicker loan after just one application. Today's the day for doing it Scott's thicker lawn from only nine hundred ninety eight a bag now at the Home Depot. More saving more. Doing selection varies by store. Ten traffic.
50 charged in largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by DOJ
"Fifty people including Hollywood stars, Felicity Huffman and Laurie Lachlan charged in a scheme in which wealthy. Parents allegedly bribed college coaches and other insiders to get their children in the some of the nation's most elite schools. Federal authorities called it the biggest college admission scam ever it's not an explain that later we'll ever prosecuted maybe by the US Justice department with the parents accused of paying an estimated twenty five million dollars in bribes. These parents are a catalog a wealthy and privileged. US? Attorney. Andrew leveling said in announcing the results from an investigation code named operation varsity blues scandal is certain to inflame longstanding complaints that children of the wealthy and well-connected of the inside track in college, admissions sometimes through big timely donations from their parents and that privilege, begets privilege. Oh, sure. All these wealthy. Parents aren't giving five hundred million dollars to pretend that their kids. Play sports. Sure. Sure. See the media just can't control itself. It's got to be a bigger narrative class warfare. Why don't we just stick with the facts? At least nine athletic coaches and thirty-three parents many of them prominent in law, finance or business were among those charged. Dozens including Huffman were arrested by midday. The coaches worked at such schools. As Yale Stanford Georgetown Wake Forest university of Texas university, southern California university of California, Los Angeles. A former Yale soccer coach pleaded guilty and helped build the case against others. Prosecutors said parents paid in admissions consultant from twenty eleven through last month abroad, broad coaches, and administrators to falsely make their children look like star athletes to boost their chances of getting into
"wake forest university" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"He was from Wake Forest university in North Carolina. He only recently passed away a few years ago, but he believes the characters on the front of the idol a pre Shang Linnea Chinese oh from two thousand BC now he understands language, right? And he claims they give direction. Nhs. They give you directions to locate an orchard and a fishing place, and if a future Chinese travelers through that valley. So it's pretty wheat. And while I was searching him Elliott, I found this obscure article talking about Dr Hinden m Harris junior again, another linguists studying East Asian cultures. He's pasta. Why now, but he has the story of back in nineteen seventy two he was in some random and take shop in Korea. And he. Neely he found he found himself kind of weak like he had to sit down. He was really exhausted for some reason. So he sits down and he finds just next to his seat this primitive ancient map so on hunt. She just kind of unrolls this old map, and it's all in classical Chinese, and it's showing it's showing China, of course. But it's showing the landmasses it's kind of like almost a world map the United Chinese and North America should be. It has this landmass cold. Fhu sung. So the idea that the Chinese came to North America ancient ancient Chinese canton, North America is not a crazy wild idea and most Chinese claim that FU song is a myth. But there's a Chinese classic called the Sean hygiene which dates back to again, twenty two hundred base eight which is with is supposed languages from on this Awdal and in his ancient, Sean hygiene, text, it describes FU song in detail, and it gives all these details at some skulls of believe point out things like the Grand Canyon. Also, actual geographical. Phase you features of North America. Interesting. So it's not crazy that this thing has the ancient Chinese on. However, he we go again, this some weed problems lack the translation on statue the opening Sean or mountain poss- at the top of the column and the Ma. Character or horse in the center of the column, they're written sideways. Yeah. I was just thinking that it looks like it's yeah. They're the wrong way round is at all written and the final character. He has no idea what it is. He's never seen it before. So again, there's like this element of doubt this element of it doesn't quite one hundred percent match up. But in order for it to be Hoechst. That means whoever did it must have had a knowledge of Chinese. These languages from twenty two hundred base Basie, and no one's going to that much f it surely sure I mean, it's not like I mean, this was found in the nineteen twenties as well. So it's not like they could have gotten on the internet and just found this, and and then sixteen.
"wake forest university" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Wake Forest University School of nowhere in North Carolina. And also a member of Alpha Phi alpha fraternity do some community service, then you're initiated in your organization that is the above ground approved of approach that the organization. It's us to initiate members of in part. That's how I came to become an alpha that's the above ground. What about the below ground the hazing process? The penalty is not that you simply don't get to join. But rather that you're physically punish calisthenics or punched or slapped or paddled or something to that effect and Ord both of those experiences. How do you feel about the choice that you made back then I had to do over again? I would do it over again, I came to value the organization much more after hours Hayes than before to become more deeply emotionally committed to the brothers who I came through the process with I was only after I had been hazed, then I felt a much deeper emotional attachment to the organization you actively work to prevent hazing. How does that sit with you? The fact that you wouldn't go back and change what you did. Then when you see young students now who wants to go through the same process. Don't you feel that they should be able to some people might think of paradoxical being an anti hazing advocate? I'm not try even define myself as that they're alive experiences that I had that are valuable, but wouldn't want to foist those experiences on others when I decided to be hazed. I knew brothers who told me look if you do this. I mean, literally, you're placing your life and a group of other people's hands. I knew people had been severely injured because of hazing hazing has been around for a long time because in some ways, it does commit individuals to one another commit them to institutions and organizations. So how far does hazing really meet to social psychological need to try to get some answers. I tend to an expert in the psychology of hazing. I'm Tim Marshall on the director of the squirting center for health initiatives at Cornell University does hazing however dangerous it might be helped to create a stronger bond within a group having gone through some from. Mutual suffering. There is evidence that for some people being subjected to ordeals can increase connection with others in the group increased commitment on a feeling of attachment think about natural disasters and people in communities that are hit by floods or hurricanes often talk about how their neighbors reach out to each other for support. And they've connected with each other in ways that they never had before. But no one says that the devastation that they experienced was a good thing. But what would you say are the causes of housing? Good kids, sometimes do very bad things as a group things that they would never do on their own. So we need to look beyond the individual. We need to look at the group a strong social hierarchy a lack of external constraints secrecy and extreme obedience to a thirty by those who were hazed men want to have close relationships with each other. But they learn from stereotypes that men are not supposed to share emotions with each other. So. Instead, they engage in the ritual humiliation intimidation of hazing in order to generate bonds with each other. When a case of hazing makes the news when there's been a victim when this been a death a lot of the public response is why don't these kids just say no to hazing a basic and deep need of adolescence is to be socially accepted, an unconscious level this need to be accepted into a group can operate like a survival instinct, so when teenagers fear social rejection, it can almost feel like a threat to their existence and groups take advantage of this the make them feel unworthy by humiliating them. And giving them tasks that they're guaranteed to fail at they'll intimidate and punish them. So that the new members are afraid what would happen if they resisted, and sometimes the groups will pressure the new members to drink so much alcohol that they're unable to resist. There are some people however, see positive benefits from going through the kind of tough initiation process to marshal describes back at home coming at North Carolina. A and t for Tennessee member. Alan Thompson is celebrating an important diversity is our twenty fifth anniversary you've been in a fraternity twenty-five years hazing does occur in fraternities and sororities it's.
Neuroscientists Debate A Simple Question: How Does The Brain Store A Phone Number?
"In mind for just a few seconds? These bits are stored in something called working memory. And Earl Miller of the Massachusetts Institute of technology says this type of memory affects just about everything the brain does working memory is the sketch out of your mind. It's the contents of your conscious thoughts. It's how you hold thoughts in mind. Are you deliberate over thoughts? How you choose when the act or not act and Christos constantinidis from Wake Forest university says that's not all working memory is a core component of higher cognitive functions like planning or language or intelligence, the two scientists agree about the importance of working memory. But they disagree about how it works at the society for neuroscience meeting each was presenting research that supports their position constantinidis backs. What he calls the standard model which has been around for decades. It says that when we need to remember a phone number neurons in the front of the brain start firing and keep firing. And it is this persistent activity of neurons in the prefrontal cortex that allows you to maintain this information in memory. So if those neurons were to stop firing that that number would go way precisely but Earl Miller says it's not that simple. His team used the latest technology to study clusters of neurons in working memory. And they found that instead of firing all the time. Most of these neurons were firing in brief coordinated bursts. This doesn't sound like a big difference, but actually has huge functional vacations. One is that the brain must have some way of retaining the bits of information in working memory between bursts Miller explanation is that the neurons are communicating with other parts of the brain, including networks involved in long term memory. This allows information from working memory to be stored in a late and for much the way long memories are Miller says that would explain how we can hold onto a phone number. Even if we get distracted momentarily, if you drop your coffee in on the way to the phone, you activity, rain switches to the dropping of the coffee, but then because these memories are stored in late and form, they can be reactivated Miller says if working memory really does communicate with other parts of the brain it could explain one of the great mysteries of neuroscience. We'll opens up is the most difficult, but the most exciting question by working Mary volition, how you gain control of your own thoughts. Christos constantinidis says Miller is correct that working memory neurons do produce rhythmic bursts of activity, but he says the rest is speculation theory is very attractive on theoretical grounds. The problem with the theory is that so far there has been no experimental evidence. Linking these critical variable with behavior. Constantinidis says changes in the amount of rhythmic firing don't seem to have much effect on working memory, and he says Miller's contention that working memory is linked to long term memory. Just doesn't hold up. We have clinical cases of patients for whom working memory is profoundly impaired. And yet, they're long term memory is intact. So for the moment constantinidis is standing by the standard model, and he says during the neuroscience meeting he'll be taking a skeptical. Look at the research coming from Miller's lab as scientists. That's what we do. We tried to poke holes in its others theories. And this debate I think that's what makes science fun. John Hamilton, NPR news. This is NPR news.
Neuroscientists Debate A Simple Question: How Does The Brain Store A Phone Number?
"Stored in something called working memory. And Earl Miller of the Massachusetts Institute of technology says this type of memory affects just about everything the brain does working memory is the sketch Pat of your mind, it's the contents of your conscious thoughts. It's how you hold thoughts in mind. Are you deliberate over thoughts? How you choose when to act or not act and Christos constantinidis from Wake Forest university says that's not all working memory is a core component of higher cognitive functions like planning or language or in the two scientists agree about the importance of working memory. But they disagree about how it works at the society for neuroscience meeting each presenting research that supports their position constantinidis backs. What he calls the standard model which has been around for decades. It says that when we need to remember a phone number neurons in the front of the brain start firing and keep firing. And it is this persistent activity of neurons in the prefrontal cortex that allows you to maintain this information in memory. So if those neurons were to stop firing that that number would go way precisely but Earl Miller says it's not that simple. His team used the latest technology to study clusters of neurons in working memory. And they found that instead of firing all the time. Most of these neurons were firing in brief coordinated bursts. This doesn't sound like a big difference. But actually has huge vacations. One is that the brain must have some way of retaining the bits of information in working memory between bursts Miller explanation is that the neurons are communicating with other parts of the brain, including networks involved in long term memory. This allows information from working memory to be stored in a latent form much the way long term memories are Miller says that would explain how we can hold onto a phone number. Even if we get distracted momentarily, if you drop your coffee in on the way to the phone, you activity, rain switches to the dropping of the coffee, but then because these memories are stored in late and form, they can be reactivated Miller says if working memory really does communicate with other parts of the brain it could explain one of the great mysteries of neuroscience. Well, what would it opens up is the most difficult, but the most exciting question about working, Mary, which is volition how you gain control of your own thoughts. Christos constantinidis says Miller is correct that working memory neurons do produce rhythmic bursts of activity, but he says the rest is speculation there. There is very attractive on theoretical grounds. The problem with the theory is that so far. There has been no experimental evidence. Linking these critical variable with behavior constantinidis says changes in the amount of rhythmic firing don't seem to have much effect on working memory, and he says Miller's contention that working memory is linked to long term memory. Just doesn't hold up. We have clinical cases of patients for whom working memory is profoundly impaired. And yet, they're long term memory is intact. So for the moment constantinidis is standing by the standard model, and he says during the neuroscience meeting he'll be taking a skeptical. Look at the research coming from Miller's lab as scientists. That's what we do. We tried to poke holes in each other's theories. And this debate I think that's what makes science fun. Jon hamm. Hilton NPR news.
Man suspected of starting Holy Fire makes bizarre court appearance
"The suspect accused of starting the so-called holy fire burning out. Of control now in southern California has made what could be classified, as an odd court, appearance correspondent Jim, Rupe with more forest. Gordon Clark the fifty one year old man Authorities believe, started the fire that began last Monday in a rural community called holy Jim. Listened sort, of as, the, judge, read the. Charges against arson aggravated arson Sawai criminal anthrax these are just allegations and. Resist Harare MRs behavior was erratic he stared at the courtroom camera he said other things like when the judge said his bail would remain at one million dollars Milligan right now Found guilty. On all counts he could spend the rest of his life
Sanders Sabo, Pinellas County and NFL discussed on Sean Hannity
"With dead fish and now Pinellas county, is bracing, for red tide. Crews have scraped the beaches in Sarasota and manatee counties of tons of dead fish red tide continues. To taint the otherwise blue Gulf waters killing sealife And covering the sea breeze with a stench, that causes respiratory problems front end loaders are being used to remove the dead fish in
Exclusive: Tesla's board seeking more information on Musk's financing plan - sources
"Board is forging ahead. With its review of Elon Musk's bold and ambiguous gambit to take the electric vehicle maker private according to CNBC report, directors, plan, to meet financial advisers next week and are likely to tell Germany Elon Musk to recuse himself while they mole. His proposal special committee of. Independent directors will likely review the details and the board has reportedly told musk who owns, twenty percent of the, company that he needs his own. Separate advisors
Aggressive wildfire threatens thousands of homes in southern California city
"With a wildfire threatening thousands of homes in southern California, man accused of deliberately setting the fire in the foothills south of LA is. Doing court today force Clark will be arraigned while homeowners there have been wedding their houses with garden hoses an aircraft have been dumping fire, retardant on those flames so far no homes have been burned but the flames have been flaring along. Ridges of the Cleveland national forest gusty winds in the forecast Fire crews concern that will make their work harder about twenty thousand people right now are under evacuation
Tim Miller Jones, Rhonda Mike Gallagher Gallagher and York City discussed on Power Trading Radio
"Proxy advisory firms came out against the, deal, Rite, Aid chairman. And CEO John Stanley says it after hearing the views, of shareholders drugstore chain has quote committed to moving forward and executing our strategic plan as a standalone company correspondent, Jeremy house New Zealand
"wake forest university" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Listen to me it looks like you practice making out with yourself just be honest have you ever kissed a girl i have yes pack besides your mom was the last time you made out with a girl i'll be honest it was a while i've been single for awhile but it was i was girlfriend i really had was back in high school so in what you're you wake forest i'll arising junior so the girls in three years it's been awhile partisans readily make all the dance floor puke and keep going unfortunately not well we've got a lot to teach you okay tell hogs off the air that he was single as a pringle so whoever says that the three years guy opening was right next to what's his name eric internet eric is that what i'm going to be now no no we'll get something for you intern version now if he was standing next the hugs and you told me what guy i would think has kissed the soon as i would've said him yes but i could already tell he seems to be more the shire shot yeah in library focused on his march squirming in his seat as we're talking like hugs is like community college no fence i went there he's wake forest university is a big difference yeah you know so and then hugs also i just they're two totally different people over the he said you singles a pringle hollywood a nerd hugs goes on there like i'm having sex decide you probably are making better decisions with your life yeah i'd say but i feel confident so you don't have any women out there there's randomly pregnant like hugs does no good it's good for the best man would you be open to going on a date with multiple listeners we did like a dating game with our intern yeah yeah i mean i talked to hugs i mean unfortunately it didn't work well for him right yeah so yeah i mean you're open to it unfortunately it hasn't been going great for me as you've mentioned so you know why not maybe we should give it a shot okay oh i n had date since he's been in college kissed the girls in twenty i'm twenty yes wow all right well we'll figure out for yourself and i want to help you out in the have you ever drank alcohol before it has been consumed jason has been considering who's asking us.
"wake forest university" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Yard line is going to be wrapped up by zachary allen or the iowa march doors and that's how we started on the second hand joe stacey thank you larry color if thank you khalil carter for a montana mike's halftime interview and firsthalf stat wrapup fourteen fifty five left to go in the third quarter twenty fifteen i will marsh drummers on tap over the green bay blizzard the lavar server stop here green bay blizzard get the football to start the third quarter they have a right to left at their own eight yard line quarterback is brian hits wide receivers jeremy jones they sent to in motion put pitch near side and that's about the ten yard line and bj butler along with bryce tenured and also there for the bar summers is bj let's get the offense for the green bay blizzard xavier damp here up front and center six three three ten the guards three on three upfront donovan williams and domon tucker go six six three ten six three three fifteen quarterback for the green bay blizzard ryan hits and the ride receivers are dramatic jeremy jones along with chris mallet as it takes pedals back with a three yard fires over the middle halls indies wiped out immediately what about my thirteen yard line zachary allen over the middle the pitch and catch was over the middle to andrea macdonald the third wide receiver six three two hundred and thirty pounds caught it on a drag route and iowa barnstorm middle linebacker zachary allen out of wake forest university six two to forty eight races a wide receiver third at about four to go for a first down thirteen thirty eight left to go in the third quarter bars defensive line up front bj butler along with dom in gye and devan brown here we go picks takes it for green bay quick pitch over the middle pickup your twenty fifty two the ten pennies tackle the seventh interception the season for price and your he leads the nfl you know what he did joel that time it wasn't so much of the intercepted stolen interception obviously but actually took it away from the receiver he just grabbed it away from the intended receiver jeremy joan took off and darn near at a second pick six of the game bryce entered another six and.
"wake forest university" Discussed on WCHS
"Well medicine is gonna explode absolutely exploded in the future first of all you mentioned the smart toilet which is going to render the word tumor obsolete in the english language by the time you have a tumor form you have ten billion cancer cells or so growing in your body is too late surgery is required immediately in the future your toilet what pickup cancer genes cancer enzymes and give you a liquid biopsy up to the minute liquid biopsy no delays and no getting an appointment with the doctor and getting cancellations of your appointment no you'll be able to diagnose yourself and detect cancer decades perhaps a decade before tumor forms so the smart toilet is going to be a form of preventive medicine which will render the word tumor obsolete and then we'll attack tumors directly with advanced nanotechnology we're going to arm individual cancer cells so that they seek out seek out ordinary cells so they seek out cancer cells and destroy them and then when your organs wear out we'll grow new organs from your own cells these are called bio reactors i've had a chance to take a camera crew to wake forest university and see these.
"wake forest university" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Hugs is good hodges makes you may answer anything and you have a good chance at goodison yeah exactly because you out on what had to kill you one day is that what's going on here if you wear hoods going to answer no i thought yes we had better answer that's all magnus mets good at the comey's nothing is matt we like man i accept that it i was going to defend my answer is just like anybody would of course we all do that even when the answers are horrible trail tall because it makes it very ladders talbot ally i location is our email that's what i said and i lost yeah very disappointed in you talked about me and i go for you on that one jason i said ladder with a letter we know what i don't even know we have to weird is the becoming one hugs and matt le la one this wasn't in the other answer you midget i magazine i'm gonna get into to press when i make fun of his dumpster way he thought goo good how does guys out i sound like a muddle amount a sound like get rid of boy no let's now in my view it was like why am i get involved well the the big time rematch will be at 920 this morning hugs versus that with the show and why is out there all right all right we got an email from all morning listener this happen at wake forest university she's in a sorority there and her boyfriend is in a fraternity and that's where they met like a fratzer already party die and they've been going out for i think like six months all her friends like you're dating a player you're dating a players the big mistake and she's like i think they're just hate on them but now she has doubt is he cheating find out next jeered and katies war of the roses five traffic alert our aaa traffic updates give us a call at one eight hundred six eight two one of seven five seven five the our forecast today.
"wake forest university" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling
"Technology that must have been a a challenge them you know um i guess yassin now i've always done sales i've always been relationshipdriven in in what i've done and so i really believe that if you're able to build relationships and if you believe in what you are sowing you can sell anything um i i'm a believer that you don't have to be in one industry um to be successful and sales not regard um i i honestly was not a big fan of the of the financial industry um i was a pupil person i didn't want to be a a money manager i wanna be a people manager so i was honestly moving jobs every three years whether was druid a different financial institution than than a winning got my mba at wake forest university to get out of the business and i ended up going back into the business on the institutional side because i didn't really know any better um and and wasn't happy there and a ended up opening up a restaurant come with my wife when we got married and then of course we had twins and the restaurant industry is pretty tough when you book a home unit so i kind of i hopped around and i spent some time working for a travel publication for a few years in that i went to work or start up in technology and this is a long story brian but i promise of getting to the point here shortly um and anna and the night the last job i took before working at small footprint was a company where it was just the worst fit it just it wasn't a fit and what i figured out at that point when i left that organization i decide i'm going to take some time off and i'm going to figure out what i want to do for my career i don't want to job anymore especially when you're selling you really have to enjoy what you're doing enjoy what you're selling because it is a tough business selling it's tough and i told him when you get he wants to get into i go when you root when you just accept the fact that selling socks allott you'll be fine in you'll do really well at it so i found a i found small footprint i unlike the culture and liquid they were selling i late on the fact that it's.
"wake forest university" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"They know a segment of the population wants to hear that's what you do united says they also listed january 20th at one a m a man was shot in a sorority event on the campus of wake forest university a week later is a basketball games being played at a michigan high school someone fired several rounds from a gun in the parking lot no one was injured was just past eight p m well after classes then did but every town labelled it as a school shooting you could see how this goes and of course they response was well our definition is crystal clear every time a guns discharge some school grounds it shatters a sense of safety for students parents in the cat said that that the definition the rest of the world use so this organization every town is officially discredited it's a propaganda machine this this is why if if you have an issue and these fanatics have their issue one of the reasons they never get anything accomplished is they lie too much and people stop listing now when i hear about michael bloomberg's every town ago all those are the people who turn three legitimate school shootings into eighteen so i'm not listening to their statistics their arguments their ideas nothing sold guys what what that is is away for a lot of those people and that staff to make money by trying to scare people and whip up a motion against guts somewhat is closer to the real number just five of every towns eighteen school shootings listed for 2018 happened during school hours and resulted in any physical injury three others appeared to be intentional shootings but did not hurt anyone to more involve guns one by a school.
"wake forest university" Discussed on Fake the Nation
"European cup to get a to get like a glock shomar here's the amazing thing in israel were like everyone nissen heavily armed in this kind of shift doesn't happen because when she won't actually under threat you know what i'm saying that is your own a gun there and you're not a soldier great you go to like a real like intense class you're evaluated both learned the end then you shared with an instructor two or three times when you leave that place you're like evaluated like brain that like that's like drivers that and then you take the test and then you there's a written tests another thing and then you i mean it was a shame i don't understand why regulation on on the we have so much we have regulation on so many things i don't understand why doesn't the reason the rationale doesn't carry over changes which taken a couple times go away you don't need after me very particular set of skills we amusing as an actor actually a mercenary like last night i was performing in north carolina at wake forest university wake forest just a month ago had a shooting there one of the eighteen schools that had a shooting and then they had that some other kind of racially charged incidents on campus and so that's one of the reasons they brought me out there like okay we need you know be great for you to talk about like bigotry whatever can eventually got me no it was like it was like one of these kind of lastminute things were they were like we really need rearing recover faster voiced their area.
"wake forest university" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Married everybody we're gonna go to wake forest university to these calls for this study three has got to take over i edging owners in my voice which is so exporting our dental talk on our were john erupted looks can be fantastic i hate when i lose when i there's something going around again i didn't get it the first time i didn't get a flu shot and not getting a second time but they really talked avenues has been gave atallah all of us who we matters kellyanne again no no no no but i mean you are lydon my mom told me she's living in fear of the flu right now all did you see how bad it is it's bad out on the west coast there is the most deaths in california yeah the but thursday in about this for asia oh yeah will they don't always work mina well i now so i i don't know if i'm just getting a flurry of abed colder and put him lose but i know anyway all right so here is the first study anti researchers at at wake forest university published a study confirming that breakup or stressful what what caused while even in people who don't have acne now i'm going out you a little bit here lorry because laura get her first visit since i've known i swear i swear on a second finals this is the first zan and she's like you know how to do with these julia why i do i know put it i know arema this mass lingering resumes and oil on this thing and i might will put too great sauna use you know you're supposed to just let it breathe don't put anything on it to feed and faster it declutter clogging up but he added for a long time that i know knows me loves and nor did that you didn't have a break up but so even if you're never acne prone a breakup orcas stress it also can cause stomach cramps dr but the survey muscles they thought was kind of interesting cern also so lake flu like on the psychologists guy when she goes so far to say that breakup can mirror withdrawal lake symptoms and it's an extremely serious emotional time and people should recognize it as that said he's a found that heartbreak activites activates the same mechanisms in the brain.
"wake forest university" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"University of california at davis author of a fourth book called an insider's guide before the break i mentioned the fact that wake forest university they've been able to grow is ears cartilage blood vessels heart fouls even a complete blatter using a plastic spongelike mold you injected with ordinary cells hit it with growth factors and they proliferate in the mould the mold of ashley disappears because as we age and falls apart leaving a perfect heartfelt or what is the difference between stem cell technology and the technology used by professor attire well actually they're very complementary technologies and and were thinking in the stumps oilfield that the use of biodegradable uh scaffolds may also be quite a promising approach and so food bringing these different technologies together i think we can kind of have the best world and so if other researchers i'll be scaffolding technologies that and i think if we need them with stem cells we might get even better results because the stem cells again have the ability to differentiate variety of different uh salt types so for example if he were trying to build the new kidney and you need a scaffold with uh uh this time us would grow into a variety of different frenchaided scotland also they seem to have this interesting self organizing pretty where their programmes as they differentiate tino spatially where they should go into their different uh micro structures different tissues so i think they're really uh again they're complementary technologies that together and bring in the future to this new reality may be in ten or twenty years where we need can replace whole oregon now what about the human brain noone expects to grow a brain anytime soon however there's some talk that maybe one day will be able to inject stem cells directly into the brain these stem cells than proliferate and of course you have to relearn how to ride a bicycle and relearn certain tasks but hey brann have a new injection of real brain tissue by which we may be able to combat alzheimer's and parkinson's what are your thoughts promising area in fact my lab doing research in that area anything out of almadina all and and so i think you're right if we do you grow new plagued tissue it's going to be naive tissue that enough uh uh john half.
"wake forest university" Discussed on The Basketball Friends
"I'm a child do the same for tom although i think it's somewhat of us as a possible softball ready tommy ono so girls you i'd your smarter than i so you cannot answer although i suspect it might be a cell phones for you because we're going to be tom is we'll house so forgive me tommy but it's a term of action okay yep so i lifted three first of all everyone can chime in on this the the greatest athlete of all time is coming out of v wake forest university is tim duncan can we agree on that i mean dish smith is up there but go ahead yep he might where the cats lawn verse tim duncan but if we're talking about best ever an athlete in terms of what they accomplished with dark has got the so he's alive as you know tom he would also be number one on the duke lists as well if we were including two players am i right criminal why yes when i was shooting not at sorry not to digress but when i was a oneman band reporter north carolina smith fell on me and like literally sat on my head and the camera yes notice he's a little pain best anyways yeah okay so with mr dunkin' ties tom i it's a multi level question the first one at the very idea how many total medals he has one in international competition new states can you tell me his first ever gold medal and who we played for that in that competition.
"wake forest university" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Memories shortterm memories and a longterm memories are processed differently shortterm memories go through what is called the hippocampus so every time you learn a simple task all the electrodes of the hippocampus began to fire then once it fires is processed and stored around the cortex as longterm memories that's why for example people with alzheimer's lose shortterm memories cause als cameras damages the epa campus but longterm memories are intact because longterm memories are distributed throughout the surface of the cerebal cortex this is the reason why people with alzheimer's can remember their first date sixty years ago but they don't remember what they had for breakfast and that's because of the way memories are stored now is it possible to record these memories and upload and download these memories the answer is yes just a few years ago a wake forest university and the university of southern california they were able to take mice and now primates and teach them as sir britain task record the impulses across the epa caplis and create a tape recording of a memory they when they fed the memory back into the mouse or the prime made months later when a might have forgotten it bingo it remembered it on the first try so in other words we can now begin the process of recall corning simple memories and downloading simple memories now does that mean that if you get a murderer we'll be able to download the memory of the murder it's not so easy his first of all these are shortterm memories memories.
"wake forest university" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"On that day they're very show they do laundry in the house cofounder and c r o dan d dan to quest out there we go to kushner request out a i got it okay maybe one time and that's at one and down as they say so sedan i know it's your partner alex now also who has at last thing that has smurfs nathan summers so buddy you need to change names that are like that but but tell me is sort of a little of the background of tea laundry how'd you guys get started yes so alex moos neck and i are she best friends are grew up together in a small town instead of minneapolis we go way back in the he f you started a similar business at wake forest university where he went to school okay so sophomore year he actually started picking up the bags outside of dorms for students parents wept you pay for the service for their student or for their kids know he was taking the bags and digging and doing a laundry bring it back yep exactly i've had a little business set up who is very small and then he actually bought the businesses sophomore urges junior year um he grew at two hundred percent up into a senior year ended up selling it for a 10x return plow it was crazy amine laundry was actually included in the tuition at wake forest but he somehow convince those parents that the students can spend more time studying and get their laundry done for them while there was quotations or yeah there were some air quoting guy on their steady yeah we all know what that to about and so you you did not go to college at the same no so i want to the university of minnesota he told me about this business and i fell in love with the idea um he if she sold the business obviously is senior year ended up getting a job at ernst and young in charlotte i want about a year.
"wake forest university" Discussed on KFQD News Talk
"Have been treated specially we can create carbon copies made out of plastic of years noses cartilage skin blood vessels heart valves bladders and win pipes that is incredible it's almost like walking through frankenstein's laboratory i had a chance to take a film crew from the discovery channel we flew down to wait for his university in north carolina and we visited the laboratory of anthony attayah maybe you've seen some of his work on science specials and you sort of field like well sort i feel like frankenstein's dr walking through the hallway wake forest university luqui edge jars containing human organs human hearts human livers can the eerie but then you realise that well these are markups these are practice our attempts to create kidneys and livers and hearts because right now we can't do that right now we can basically create tissues made out of basically one type of tissue however the liver and other organs of the bide require so many different kinds of tissues and that's where it takes time now the caller ask first of a how long does it take to grow in oregon the answer is a few weeks you can grow a whole year era two three weeks in the laboratory in fact is even the program that i hosted for the discovery channel call 2050 seven talking about that future where we actually visit these laboratories and interact with the scientists who are in fact creating bodies of the future not to create a cloned of the brain of course takes a lot more effort but it turns out that already with today's technology we can already begin the process of creating oregon's that are almost indistinguishable from human skin bone cartilage noses years hard fouls at bladders and even when pipes truly miraculous.