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Jussie Smollett's defense attorney says he is a “real victim” of a racist and homophobic attack in Chicago in January 2019

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 d ago

Jussie Smollett's defense attorney says he is a “real victim” of a racist and homophobic attack in Chicago in January 2019

"Opening opening arguments arguments have have been been heard heard in in the the Jesse Jesse select select case case prosecutors prosecutors have have told told Chicago Chicago jury jury jussie jussie Smollett Smollett had had gotten gotten some some hate hate mail mail but but the the producers producers on on the the hit hit show show empire empire did did not not take take it it as as seriously seriously as as he he wanted wanted them them to to so so they they say say he he concocted concocted a a stage stage beat beat down down and and listing listing the the help help of of a a pair pair of of brothers brothers who who work work with with them them on on the the show show special special prosecutor prosecutor Dan Dan Webb Webb telling telling the the jury jury in in opening opening statements statements reporting reporting the the fake fake hate hate crime crime became became a a real real crime crime in in part part because because Chicago Chicago police police spent spent about about three three thousand thousand hours hours on on the the investigation investigation for for their their part part the the defense defense insists insists that that smoke smoke was was a a real real victim victim of of a a real real crime crime defense defense attorney attorney named named Nate Nate Luce Luce telling telling the the jury jury that that the the brothers brothers a a tax tax bill bill that that because because they they didn't didn't like like him him and and that that there there was was a a third third attack attack or or involved involved I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel

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"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

04:53 min | Last month

"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

"Guy actually looks forward to failing. Because i know that. I'm gonna. I'm gonna learn something about myself and hopefully i'm going to be able to better myself in some way to build a skill set that i need to build i everyone and welcome back to another episode of it. Ain't wake to spain born. I'm sam webb and this show is dedicated to ending the stigma around mental health community connection and the hard truth all be speaking with guests from all over the world about lots to inspire to educate painful to speak off so that we can seif more laws. Thank you for joining me on this journey. Everyone.

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Dodgers beat Giants 2-1 in playoff thriller, advance to NLCS

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00:33 sec | Last month

Dodgers beat Giants 2-1 in playoff thriller, advance to NLCS

"The Dodgers scored a run in the ninth on an RBI single from Cody Ballenger and hang on to beat the giants two to one to win game five of the division series Kenley Jansen pitched a perfect eighth inning for the win and Max Scherzer closed out the ninth for the save Mookie Betts was four for four and scored on Corey Seager's RBI double in the sixth the giants started twenty four year old Logan Webb went the first seven innings giving up four hits and a run with seven strikeouts rookie Camilo dove all given the go ahead run in the ninth and took the loss during rough homered but the giants were over five with runners in scoring position Riley on San Francisco

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Masterful Webb pitches Giants past Dodgers in playoff opener

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00:27 sec | Last month

Masterful Webb pitches Giants past Dodgers in playoff opener

"Login web dominated the Dodgers lineup pitching seven two thirds scoreless innings as the giants win game one of the National League division series for nothing weather allowed only five hits and had ten strikeouts to pick up the win in the first inning buster Posey hit an opposite field two run Homer Kris Bryant added a solo Homer in the seventh and Brandon Crawford homered to deep right center in the eighth Walker Buehler took the loss he allowed six hits and three runs in six and a third innings pitched Riley on San Francisco

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Giants earn 103rd win to tie third-most wins in team history

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

Giants earn 103rd win to tie third-most wins in team history

"The giants maintain a two game lead in the National League west after they hang on to beat the Diamondbacks six to four this is one of four as who had an RBI single I mean obviously we're close we don't we don't we don't want to put pressure on ourselves been doing all year and we gonna keep doing this week gonna show up more and and and our minds it's just when that day to the runs for the giant scored as a result of walks with the bases loaded and two runs scored as a result of wild pitches with a runner scoring from third base Logan Webb pitched five innings giving up one unearned run striking out six Camilla devolved pitch the ninth for his first career save Riley on San Francisco

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"webb" Discussed on Short Wave

Short Wave

07:50 min | 2 months ago

"webb" Discussed on Short Wave

"This message comes from npr. Sponsor wells fargo as a season. Small business owner unique checking that fits your complex individual business needs wells fargo small business checking offers greater efficiency and control over daily finances so you can focus on running your business plus access to advanced online banking tools and local bankers dedicated to understanding your financial. Needs all so you can bank without missing a beat more at wellsfargo dot com wells fargo bank. Na member fdic so now. Let's start with the name. James webb who was he. James webb was an asset administrator. Usually telescopes get named after famous scientists like hobble for example but that was not james webb. He did however help. Establish the apollo program that put people on the moon and he worked in some form at the agency for a long time so he was important to nasa. And how did he become the namesake for this space telescope. another nasa administrator sort of unilaterally made the decision to name it after him years ago recently though. Some researchers have raised questions about this. They believe james. Webb went along with discrimination against gay and lesbian people inside the government in the nineteen fifties and nineteen sixties. You know the so-called lavender scare yes. The lavender scare was when people in the gay and lesbian community. Were let go from government jobs because there were thought to be immoral and national security threat. Right right right. So that's why these researchers are objecting to naming this telescope after james webb. They want it. Renamed to something without all this baggage. I asked nasa about this and they sent me a statement saying quote. Nasa is aware of concerns. That have arisen about james e webb and we are working with historians to examine his role in government unquote So they're doing this kind of internal investigation but they wouldn't tell me the status of it or when it might be done or what was going to happen. Well moving onto the instrument itself whatever. Its name ends up being. i mean. This is a huge telescope that has to be launched into space and travel a million miles. Exactly it's going really far away and the other thing about it. That is unique is that this is a telescope that it's folded up inside the rocket. So it's a foldable telescope. I talked with. Jane rigby at nasa. She's part of the james webb team. What we're doing is going to be hard. We are unfurling telescope. that is bigger than its rocket. And that's not an easy thing to do. She says the whole telescope basically gets crammed inside the rocket. And then once it's out in space it unfolds itself so it's either a transformer or it's origami and hopefully that whole process works because here's the thing there will be no way to repair it right because of what you said it will be a million miles away in space. I mean it's predecessor. Hubbell was closer to earth and got repaired Repeatedly by astronauts. Right right and remember. Hubble didn't even work at first because of a flaw in its mirror that no one had detected or anticipated. So you know. They've tested. James webb extensively on the ground. But it's really an unprecedented telescope. So you know so. I'm looking at a photo of it now. On the ground unfolded and the most prominent feature. Is this big gold. Hexagon looks like a giant yellow honeycomb. That is the telescope's light collecting mirror. And it's made you can see separate smaller hexagons. There's eighteen and all and there are arranged in in that you know honeycomb pattern right and they're in segments so that it can fold up. Yep out in space. The segments will actually act like one giant mirror and for that to happen their positions need to be aligned precisely lake to within one ten thousandth of the thickness of a human hair. So it's got to be precise and these segments are literally covered in gold real goal and that improves the reflection of infrared light. But you know it is a microscopically. Thin layer of gold. The total amount of gold on the whole telescope is like the mass of a golf ball. So you know this isn't super. It's not like we're sending a treasure into space. All in all the mirror is twenty one feet across twenty one feet across. Wow that's big. And how does that size compared to the mirror in the huddlestone scope so the mirror you know is the key part of the telescope. The light catching mirror and this one is substantially bigger than hubble's so james webb has more than six times the light collecting area. And so that means it'll be able to catch much more light from faint distant objects. Jane rigby told me web is so much more sensitive than hubble. You know when we look up at the night sky with our is just looking up at the sky. We see places that looked to us like just blank sky. Just black nothingness. But when hubble looks in same spots in the sky it can see thousands of galaxies. When web looks at it. There will be still far more galaxies that just were too faint or to read for hubble to see. They're just gonna pop out. Wow that just sounds incredible. Okay going back to this funky telescope. It has this big golden mirror right and it seems to be sitting on. What looks like a silver trampoline. What is that now. That's the sun shield. It's the size of a tennis court and it has actually five layers to it. The sun shield is so that the telescope will stay in the shade and stay cold. Scientists want the telescope to be colder than negative three hundred and seventy degrees fahrenheit negative. Three hundred seventy degrees is cold. Why does it have to be so cold. that's so i can better detect infrared light. Infrared is the kind of energy that we feel as heat and you don't want infrared telescope to be warmed because that would mean all the infrared light it wants to capture from interesting stuff out in space would be swamped out by the telescopes own. Warm glow okay. So all of this delicate equipment designed to be crammed into a rocket and then unfurled and operate a d. super low temperatures and be perfectly aligned et cetera et cetera. It all sounds pretty technologically complicated. And i think. I'm starting to guess why it cost billions of dollars. Yeah yeah so. When the telescope was first conceived some of it's necessary technologies hadn't even been invented yet and the entire history of james webb is one of cost overruns and delays a report from the government accountability office earlier. This year noted that since its costs were sort of baseline in two thousand nine. The launch date has been delayed by over seven years and the costs have increased by ninety five percent. Wow i mean it's common for big science projects to go over budget but still some astronomers have been resentful of how much nasr's science budget has gone into this and some people like in congress have tried to kill it over the years but now james webb is a done deal and everyone's just counting down the days to the launch and i would say the astronomy community is just crossing their fingers and hoping it doesn't blow up on the launchpad when the rocket tries to take off seriously. I mean our astronomers truly worried that it will fail. it's definitely a concern for the whole astronomy community. I mean their credibility is online and this is a huge investment for their field. Here's how astronomer. Lisa's story lombardi. Put it to me. it is a worry. I'm sure for every astronomer in the world who's who's paying attention. She isn't even part of the james webb team. She directs a big ground based telescope. So if it gets up there as planned and is perfect. What kind of interesting stuff.

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After Years Of Delays, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope To Launch In December

Short Wave

01:04 min | 2 months ago

After Years Of Delays, NASA's James Webb Space Telescope To Launch In December

"Science correspondent nell greenfieldboyce with some exciting. Strana me news high now. Hey they're re too so today. We're gonna talk about nasr's next big space telescope. The james webb space telescope. This is a behemoth that is sometimes called the successor of hubble and it will be the biggest most powerful telescope ever put into space. And i here. We finally have launched aid. It's been a long time coming. Indeed indeed it has and now it's supposed to launch on december eighteenth. Hasn't this telescope being in the works for over twenty years. Yeah yeah i i reported on it for. Npr back in two thousand and seven. That's when they built this giant life sized model of the thing and we're bringing around the country. I went to see it when it was set up here in dc down by the white house and all the monuments and to me it looked like this big ray gun that was about to zap the dome off the capitol building description. And that's an unusual. Look for a telescope right. I mean usually space telescopes look like metal tubes but not this one nothing like this has been put out into space before

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Caratini, Padres beat Giants 7-6 in 10 to tighten NL West

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00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Caratini, Padres beat Giants 7-6 in 10 to tighten NL West

"Victor carotene is infield single in the bottom of the tenth inning gave the San Diego Padres a walk off seventy six win over the San Francisco Giants to end their five game losing streak the Padres job done giants starter Logan Webb with four runs in the first inning only to see San Francisco battle back off Padres starter Yu Darvish and take the lead on Austin Slater's three run pinch hit home run in the sixth inning we do it a lot you know so it's it's nothing really new for us you know we've been put in that situation a lot this year so intentions one of the hardest things in sports but you know the more you do it the more comfortable you get with your chain and what you need to do to get ready carotene he went three for five with two RBIs for the Padres who denied the giants winning their one hundredth game of the year and cut their nationally what's lead to one game over the Los Angeles Dodgers Philip gone San Diego

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"webb" Discussed on Unexplainable

Unexplainable

07:19 min | 2 months ago

"webb" Discussed on Unexplainable

"Our solar system planets can get really weird. It probably looks like hell so we know this planet is there but we really don't know much more about it. We just haven't studied it in detail because we just haven't had a big enough telescope. So i asked lisa to help me. Imagine what could be there. Oh i have so many mental image of what this planet could look like this planet. The first thing to know about it is it's really close to its star. It's so hot on this planet that you could sustain a temperature that would melt the continent on the planet. Anything on that surface is just the hottest thing you can imagine instead of having oceans of water like we have here. We have oceans of love on this planet. The floor is love it but then they're also could be weirder things so like this world isn't like an uninteresting place sittings that i'm hoping to look for is maybe clouds on this planet. But they wouldn't be like any clouds you've ever imagined instead of having clouds of water molecule like we have here. These would have clouds made of rock in these clouds. Even they're made a proc. They can still flow because particles in the movie spun off. It's probably lifting pitch black like dark black filed but depending on the shape of these particles may be the convy shine year cloud of crystals those clouds that can do cloud. We can also have rain from these clouds. It would be raining. Rock or raining silicon. It's truly one of the most extreme places we've discovered in the galaxy okay. The lava planet seems really cool. And all but why is the lava planet. The place to start. If lisa's trying to search for life it doesn't exactly seem like a place where they would be life. Yeah it is a very extreme place. If life exists there which is unlikely would be unlike any life that we can think of But there's a bigger picture reason why she studying the lava planet. It is because the perfect place for her to get really good at atmosphere hunting atmosphere hunting. So we don't know whether these planets even have like an atmosphere like described on earth but in order to find life like anywhere. We're pretty sure a planet needs to have an atmosphere and the lava planet is just as like hot place. That glows in infrared really lee. So is going to be really visible for the webb space telescope. So it's just a perfect place to like learn how to study atmospheres on other planets and really refine the skills of analyzing them so looking at a lot of planet is kind of like the first target that you want to try webb before you go towards more temperate rocky planets like earth for example. And how exactly would the web figure out if a planet has an atmosphere. So what i am hoping to do with. James webb space telescope is basically to observe this planet as it completes whole orbit when the planet crosses in front of its star. It will come in between the star and the web telescope. If there's an atmosphere there that atmosphere will change the quality of light So the atmosphere would act as a sort of filter and then from there like lisa can actually create these whole weather maps of the planet. So she basically going to have to do this like one by one point the web at every single planet to see if it has an atmosphere. Hopefully she doesn't have to do that all by herself she. She's not alone here. She's not the only scientists studying exoplanets. I spend most of my time by quite staring up at the stars but trying to reveal their secrets. I talked to this guy kevin stevenson. He's a planetary scientists at the johns hopkins applied physics lab. It's exciting right. This is the first step towards answering the question of are we alone. He's also been approved to use the web and he wants to know if he can predict whether planets have atmospheres are not before you even looks at them directly with the web. How would you predict whether a planet would have an atmosphere. So there's actually this really neat pattern that scientists find in our own solar system where they look at our solar system and they catalog all the planetary bodies the planets moons and they see which ones have atmospheres and which ones don't and it turns out it's just a function of how big the planets are and how warm they are so this is a really neat trend that we see in our own solar system and the question is does this trend apply to systems outside of our solar system. Is it truly caused mix in nature their heart potentially billions of planets to look at and if we can just better predict which ones have atmospheres than we can narrow down where like a step further in the direction of answering the huge question are there other habitable worlds in. Where do we go from there. I mean where do we go from. Okay these planets have atmospheres to is there life on those planets once we have confirmed that a planet it has an atmosphere that the web can actually detect things in that atmosphere. That might be signs of life for clues that the planet is habitable. We can detect water. Ceo cio to methane. You can ask fascinating questions like what created that methane. Could it be life if we want to look for a planet that's similar to earth we would probably want to go out and look for. Co two. i it might sound like small like analyzing the atmosphere is a different planets. But really this is going to be our first step to that ultimate question of like is there life out there as there. Another earth like world. Is there a place that we could live on or something on. There's no certainly life out there. The is large the galaxy est largest billions and billions of planets out. Their life has to form. We've seen it form in strange places here on earth right. The question is will. We know that we're seeing life when we make that measurement there are just so so many exoplanets and we just don't know what's possible on these worlds and the web is giving this this opportunity to really deeply investigate them for the first time to villain the coloring book of the planets of the galaxy. It's a very complicated universe. I wanna know where we fit into all. Are we alone in this kind of enormous ultimate problem of are we alone in the universe is just one of these huge questions at the web can let scientists try answer right. Yeah yeah exo. Planets are a huge source of unknowns. But there are other huge areas of announce to areas that have less to do with travelling through space and more to do with actually seeing back in time. What do you mean the farther way we look with a telescope. We see older and older light. Light has just taken a really long time to get us and we can take these snapshots of a universe long pass like as it existed billions and billions of years ago. So i wanna tell you about this next week or scientists who are trying to look back further than they have before they actually want to point the telescope at a blank region in the sky. That looks like there's nothing they're.

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"webb" Discussed on Unexplainable

Unexplainable

07:40 min | 2 months ago

"webb" Discussed on Unexplainable

"Can even imagine that this is a super high stakes mission the web. It's going to be nearly a million miles away and once there. We can't fix it and what's haunting. This whole project is that the hubble needed to be fixed after it was launched in nineteen ninety the images from just came back fuzzy. But i am extremely concerned by the fact that after spending almost two billion dollars over a twelve year period. We only now find out that this kind of mistake could occur and it was kind of this national joke. Have you heard about the problems with the hubble space telescope telescope billion dollars. We put up a telescope and is out of focus than so astronauts had launched on a space shuttle and fix it. Give the hubble reading glasses and they could do that because hobble was close enough to the earth where you could launch a shuttle and get there and fix it. And they call the nasa official repairman. And he said he'll be up there sometime in the twenty first century between noon and five rebuild. The greatest biggest telescope humanities ever assembled. And it's like it's blurry. Yeah yeah but you can't just go and fix the web if it breaks way too far it it just has to work so so have they been sort of like double checking everything like waiting awhile to make sure they're not making any reading glasses mistakes. Yes just taken such a long time to get here. People were talking about the successor to the hubble before the hubble even launched and the james space telescope is originally supposed to launch in two thousand ten and cost around billion dollars. Now the costs had ballooned to ten billion dollars and it's just way overdue and that they're still planning to launch it right. That's the plan. The plan is to launch by twenty twenty one. And this this this change so so. Don't ask me if it does change. and then after lunch is you know there will be some time like has to deploy has to do all these things that we talked about unfold in space. Yeah fingers crossed but then you know the science will start and this is one of the things that really drew me to. The story is that anyone can use the webb space telescope. What do you mean like. There's like a terminal somewhere that you work for like checkout spans. Yeah put your next to put in a quarter know. Anyone in the world can write a proposal. Say i want to use web to look at this. Can we use it. Yeah yeah. I wanted to know too. I asked amber at nasa absolutely. I mean you might need an astronomer friend to help you out. Should we apply you know. I looked into it and i think i think it's a little bit over our heads to this. Yeah it's it's pretty competitive to say the least so in in march twenty twenty one the space telescope science institute which which runs the web and other space telescopes they sent out emails to scientists who had applied to use the web and these these scientists were on this day where like furiously checking their emails. See if like oh. We're their proposals accepted and is kind of like all huddling around and finding out like who got parts in the school. Play exciting day. We totally felt like underdogs. It feels like a dream. It was honestly a truly amazing feeling. I think i was just stunned for for a good minute there. I probably cried a little bit. I'm pretty sure. I jumped up out of my chair in my office and shut it out. Yes and bryan. You've been talking to scientists for the last few months right. yeah. I've been talking to scientists who have been awarded time the telescope and these conversations. They just they just leave me with a big smile. Air their sense of wonder and awe. These are people who get to explore the frontiers of the cosmos. And they just have so many unanswered questions. What kind of questions are they trying to answer questions about the search for life in the universe questions about the beginning of time about exploring strange new worlds. That are way different than anything that exists in our solar system our strength. Oh i'll tell you for just after the break. This episode is brought to you by kpmg risk services kpmg. Believes that when you've earned the trust of all your stakeholders that's when your business has a solid platform to grow. That's the trusted imperative. Kpmg risk services developed and put in place dynamic risk strategies designed to help your business earned that all important trust go to read dot kpmg dot us slash. Trust to learn more. This episode is brought to you by fan duel. 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Hey and we're talking about the upcoming james webb telescope. And all the unanswered questions. It might allow scientists to answer so brian. What's the unanswered question. Scientists are trying to figure out what the web is their life on other worlds. Be going to start with. Yeah and you know th. They're looking for life and not necessarily in our neighborhood like on mars or venus although there are searches for life on those planets but they're looking for life on worlds called exoplanets which are planets that revolve around stars that are not our sodden so planets in like entirely different systems. Yeah yeah and scientists in the last decade or so have detected so many of them. There's this then this exoplanet revolution. But we've detected them with smaller telescopes and it's just hard to know a lot about them. We just can't study them super well but that's going to change. The web is going to give us a whole new view onto exoplanets autograph. I talked to an astronomer lisa. Dang she's a phd student at mcgill university. And she's been awarded time on the web to study an exit planet. This is the first telescope proposal that i ever submitted that was successful. It made me feel like an astronomer for the first time. What kind of exoplanet is she looking at. This is so rad. So i was looking down the list of like a projects approved for the web and i just stopped at lisa's because she's going to study one of the most extreme planets we've ever discovered. I wanna use james space telescope to look at k. When forty one. B eleven planet of lava planet like we get outside of.

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"webb" Discussed on Unexplainable

Unexplainable

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"webb" Discussed on Unexplainable

"And still have to go how far we hundred eighty one mile above the earth. We see socks gloves. Felix voting in orbit the hobbled telescope which far we have when the hubble space telescope launched in nineteen ninety. It was a gigantic leap forward. Hubbell was something that scientists dreamed about having for decades reporter. Brian resnick on earth. You know we can put telescopes on mountain tops but space Putting telescopes and space as kind of like the ultimate mountaintop and from its orbit around the earth hubble revolutionized our understanding of the universe puddle taught us that the universe is expanding faster and faster all the time it helps us determine about how old the universe is then. This is not a small thing giving us these ridiculously beautiful images. The orion nebula the deep field the pillars of creation. But now we're on the verge of a new era. This is the future nasr's james webb space telescope. The web telescope which is named after a former nasa administrator is the biggest most powerful space telescope ever built. It's grand scientific undertaking space telescope so sensitive it compared deeper into the cosmos than any previous orbiting. Observatory a reporter. Brian's been talking about the web since we launched this show and he's been speaking to tons of astronomers who all have research project lined up. This is really the reason why why to bring it to the show because this is the machine for answering unanswered questions. I definitely think that well will be a paradigm shift telescope. We're going right up to the edge of the observable universe. The web represents the culmination of decades if not centuries of astronomy we will find things that completely surprise us. It'll give us a view of parts of the universe. We've never seen before things. That fundamentally changed the way that we understand the universe. I'm no i'm hassenfeld. And for the next two weeks on unexplainable will be diving into question.

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"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

05:16 min | 2 months ago

"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

"All be speaking with guests from all over the world about lawful to inspire to educate people speak up celebrity more lives. Thank you for joining me on this journey. Hello everyone and welcome back onto. Wake to speak more niamey's sam webb bloody hell this year's going quick. It's end of september. I cannot believe how foss lost two years is gone o.'neil years obviously since the pandemic began. Anyway go i hope you guys are all stein well look opti selves. And wherever you're up to route now. A listening to this a hype. It includes some dan. Tom and you can really really take this episode in. Because it's gonna be a great one at of all that welcome to the new listeners from around the world wherever you are thank you for putting trust in myself and living and listening to us today and learning about some very important discussions around mental health and suicide prevention mike. Yesterday i is such a beautiful human. He's name is so jon cohen. Some of you might know him from new zealand. He's a k legend they go. I applied sixty three test matches for the all blacks from one thousand nine hundred forty nine hundred ninety four and he was part of the it seven rugby world cup team so for those of you who the all blacks are arguably one of the best sports teams not just in new zealand. They have probably one of the best sports teams in the entire world. If not the best. He was extremely successful during those years. The club apart from that it also had some success with the warriors is a couch including on the international stage with italy and japan away from all that are really wanna talk to jake. I bet his near suicide attempt wall. He was onto a applying for the all blacks. Many years ago. I want to really dig deep into that discussion in that story because i wanna find out what kept him. Quite during those years and the stigma that surrounds mental health. Obviously but apart from all of that he started an amazing organization called mente mio mental. It's a mental wellbeing platform that embeds meant to wellbeing into workplace coaches and it really helps individuals. Bill gripe well bang habits died. Ah di but all want to speak..

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Braves ride big 5th inning to win, extend NL East lead

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 months ago

Braves ride big 5th inning to win, extend NL East lead

"The brave stressor lead in the NL east to three games by erupting for seven runs in the fifth inning of an eleven afford dropping of the Diamondbacks Freddie Freeman hit an RBI double and a run scoring single in the fifth Adam duvall delivered a two run Homer Austin Riley had three hits and three RBIs in Atlanta second straight win since a four game skid we got a really good team and and I I I truly believe in us so I guess I was just you know was things were he's got Colorado wave and and you know keep keep pushing through read out Eddie Rosario also homered for the Braves Atlanta received one run ball from its bullpen over five innings with Jacob Webb tossing a scoreless fifth to get the win I'm Dave Ferrie

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Flores Homers, Giants Beat Cubs 6-5 for 7th Straight Win

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Flores Homers, Giants Beat Cubs 6-5 for 7th Straight Win

"The giants picked up their seventh consecutive win this Wilmer Flores homered and drove in three runs in there six five decision over the cubs which is doing what we're supposed to do when you know a lot of plants just aren't getting rich the hit and runs are on we're trying to make a simple Kris Bryant scored twice against his former team the San Francisco improved to a major league best ninety three and fifty Jake McGee gave up a one out double to pinch hitter Patrick wisdom before fracturing Dallin Ian happ grounded out to end the game Logan Webb worked into the seventh to improve to ten and three with help on Tyler Rogers worked out of a bases loaded jam in that inning the giants still lead the NL west by two and a half games over the Dodgers I'm Dave Ferrie

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Albies, Freeman Go Deep in 7th, Braves Win Series Over Miami

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Albies, Freeman Go Deep in 7th, Braves Win Series Over Miami

"The Braves have regained a four and a half game lead in the NL east with a five three win over the Marlins Ozzie Albies and Freddie Freeman belted solo homers in the seventh inning off Anthony bass helping Atlanta take the rubber match of the three game series I'll be is broke a three three tie with his twenty eighth home run or my number is really powerful and the millennium place on small baseball too so it's it's it has been fun for us and it's working Eddie Rosario also went deep for the Braves will Smith put runners on first and third in the night before nailing down his thirty second save in thirty seven chances Jake Webb got the win with a scoreless seventh after replacing Max freed I'm Dave Ferrie

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Joc Pederson Gets Key Hit As Braves Beat Nationals in 10

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 months ago

Joc Pederson Gets Key Hit As Braves Beat Nationals in 10

"The brace pulled out a seven six win over the nationals on jock Peterson's walk off single in the bottom of the tenth have been suing the bag great just get a good pitch that I could put a swing swing on and put the barrel on it and it was a came out successful in that that's huge Stephen Vogt hit two solo homers for Atlanta which took two of three in the series Freddie Freeman Adam duvall and Jorge Soler also went deep as the Braves extended their division lead to three and a half games over the Phillies with the Mets five games back in the NL east Washington led five four after Luis Garcia's eighth inning Homer then tied at six six one lane Thomas tripled and scored in the ninth Jacob Webb retired the side in order in the tenth to earn the win I'm Dave Ferrie

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"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

04:32 min | 3 months ago

"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

"I ever want and welcome back on to the podcast, it's so good to have you guys back here with me today. My name is Sam Webb for those of you who don't know this is the it ain't wake to speak podcast powered by living and our wonderful charity and all your amazing people from all around the world that support us. Before I get into today's guest, her name is revi gian and absolute superstar on the Gold Coast in Australia, does remarkable things in a whole bunch of different areas. I can't wait to get her onto the podcast, but before I do, I want to share with you today a little bit of the webs of wisdom, practice self compassion guys. I don't know what you're up to right now or where you're at in your life. Take a moment out today to practice some Qantas to yourself. Pat yourself on the back foot, the journey that you're on and what you've accomplished to date in your life. It's not always perfect. It certainly isn't always, you know, happiness, and there are times of challenge. But you do work hard and you put in the time and you put in the effort to get to where you are today or to get through some of the challenges that you've been through or that you are currently going through, and it's not easy. So take some time out today to reward yourself. Look at yourself in the mirror and be proud of where you've come and what you've done and what you're about to embark on. So that's my words of wisdom or what I like to say webs of wisdom for today. But enough of that, let's get straight to our next guest because she's an absolute beauty. Her name is revi, giant Schultz, some of you might know her. She's one of Australia's leading content creators. She's a podcaster. She runs the empowered podcast, and she's also a speaker. Revie actually at 21.1 of the first female only gyms in Australia. She's extremely tech savvy, extremely successful, but beneath all of that revie has a very traumatic and diverse childhood a past that all really want to talk to her about today. I want to unpack that on the number of different levels. I want to find out. Her challenges with C PTSD and anxiety where that started for her, how she manages it day to day..

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Giants Beat Brewers 5–1, Move Into 1st-Place Tie

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Giants Beat Brewers 5–1, Move Into 1st-Place Tie

"The giants scored four runs in the eighth with two outs highlighted by a three run Homer from Tyrrel Estrada to beat the brewers a five to one the win ends a four game losing streak for the giants were tied with the Dodgers for first place in the National League west Logan Webb pitched seven innings giving up only one run with ten strikeouts to lower his ERA to two point five six I think just a win in general don't matter who was coming into town the next time was was was going to be huge and that's all I really want to do out there was kind of put us in a in a good position to to win that game you know the boys came came hot lane it was it was it was fun to watch the brewers Eric Lauer matched web over seven frames scattering three hits Jace Peterson with an RBI single Riley on San Francisco

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NASA Has Completed Work on the James Webb Space Telescope

John Batchelor

01:15 min | 3 months ago

NASA Has Completed Work on the James Webb Space Telescope

"Do we have left? We got about a minute. Okay. James Webb Telescope has passed its final checks The Hubble replacement, the Hubble replacement, and it's going to soon be shipped through the Panama Canal down to Karura. I'd like you wanna Karoo. Excuse me is it's huge, Is it? Is it fillets? Massive. Oh, I haven't seen it with the mirrors unfurled. I've seen it with the mirrors folded up, but it is Massive. It's going to have a about a 21 Ft Wide Mirror, which is three times almost three times the diameter of the Hubble. And it will be working in infrared, so you can see much further because it can see through Hubble's mostly visible and ultraviolet wavelengths. So an infrared you can see past all the dust and the junk that's out in the deeper parts of the universe. And really start looking back at the very edge of the beginning of time, which is very promising, and it's gonna be parked what they call Earth Sun l two or the Grange to which is a stable point out beyond, uh, Earth's orbit, so it'll be in the Earth's shadow all the time. So between that and the natural cooling, it's got and the artificial quickly and Scott's got sunshades that could pop up hopefully Um, you'll be able to start really answering some of these very basic questions about the beginning of the universe. So exciting, so exciting.

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Webb Wins Again As La Stella, Yaz Power Giants Past Braves

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Webb Wins Again As La Stella, Yaz Power Giants Past Braves

"The giants blanked the Braves five nothing is Logan Webb threw seven strong innings to win his seventh consecutive decision web was dominant in his thirteenth consecutive start in which he is not allowed more than two runs he gave up five hits with one walk and six strikeouts Webb says catcher buster Posey helped him get out of a first and third jam in the sixth inning it was almost like he he told me to pretend like there was nobody on third base and just kind of go with how the ending was going to I'm gonna try to get a ground ball or a pop up timeless stellen Mikey Stransky each homered and drove in two runs in San Francisco sixth win in seven games Atlanta's lead in the NL east is down to four and a half games over the Phillies the giants pasty in a west by two and a half games over the Dodgers I'm the ferry

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"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

04:58 min | 3 months ago

"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

"I used to hold so much resentment and anger towards my dad and towards my mom. And I realized that they did the best they could. And it wasn't enough. And that's okay. Hi, everyone and welcome back to another episode of it ain't wake to speak. My name is Sam Webb and this show is dedicated to ending the stigma around mental health through community, connection, and the hard hitting truth. I'll be speaking with guests from all over the world about life to inspire and to educate people to speak up so that we can save more lives. Thank you for joining me on this journey. Hello, everyone and welcome back to the at ain't wake to speak podcast. My name is Sam Webb. I'm very grateful to have you guys back here with me today. I'm super excited for our next guest onto the podcast. His name is Justin Davis. Believe it or not, I actually sat down with Justin here in Los Angeles first time, ever doing an in person podcast, as opposed to online with zoom. So that was exciting. Justin's a great guy who does really, really good stuff. I'm gonna get Justin of the podcast today. We're gonna talk all things, relationships, self sabotage, what he learned through his past filed relationships, the relationship he had with the term relationship. And everything else in between. But before we get there, I just want to welcome you guys back on to the podcast. Thank you for joining us today. Thank you for all of your support, whether it's listening to these podcasts or whether it's engaging with us via live and dot org or buying some apparel or supporting us booking a program in your school or workplace or just fundraising for us or just sharing the message. We're all very grateful for the support. I mean, at the end of the day, it's all about breaking the stigma around mental health and saving lives. And we certainly wouldn't be able to do this without your guys support. So I really want to say thank you. And also, I want to just touch on the fact that, you know, wherever you are right now, and whatever you're actually up to, I don't know exactly what you're doing. But I'll help you looking after yourself, obviously I'm in Los Angeles. Most of our listeners are probably in either Australia, New Zealand, the UK, the U.S., the var stuff certainly hasn't slowed down in some parts of the world, especially Australia. I hope you guys are staying safe. You're practicing a lot of self care and just focusing on the things that you can control, I guess, at the end of the day, we can only control so much..

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Solano's Pinch-Hit, 2-Run Homer Rallies Giants Past A's

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

Solano's Pinch-Hit, 2-Run Homer Rallies Giants Past A's

"Donovan Solano's pinch hit two run Homer in the top of the eighth was the big hit and the giant come from behind to to one win over the athletics following Lamont Wade junior's ninth inning two run blast on Saturday it marked the first time in major league history that a team hit pinch hit homers in the eighth inning or later to raise a deficit and take a lead in back to back games this is giants closer Jake McGee who got the save feels like pretty much like a playoff series prints like sold out crowd everyone's into it and then have it and **** layovers back to back nights and press the win both those games huge Logan Webb pitched six innings giving up only five hits and a run striking out seven the ace Frankie Montas counter going seven innings allowing only two hits and had nine strikeouts Riley on Oakland

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La Stella, Longoria Connect, Back Latest Webb Win for Giants

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 months ago

La Stella, Longoria Connect, Back Latest Webb Win for Giants

"Logan Webb pitched a career high seven and a third innings pitched gathering seven hits and two runs striking out eight as the giants beat the Mets three to two they're pretty aggressive team so I think it's if I can kind of match data aggressiveness get some quick outs and that's what this whole game plan going in and it all worked out when I was not allowed more than two earned runs in each of his last eleven outings Thomas still hit a two run Homer to right center in the first inning Evan Longoria who had three hits added a solo Homer in the seventh which proved to be the difference Marcus Stroman took the loss for New York we pitched a solid seven innings giving up five hits and three runs with nine strikeouts Riley on San Francisco

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Wade’s 3-Run Homer Leads Giants to Fifth Straight Win

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Wade’s 3-Run Homer Leads Giants to Fifth Straight Win

"The giants scored six runs in the fourth highlighted by a three run Homer from Lamont Wade junior as they pummeled the rocky seven nothing Alex Dickerson a Kirkus sell each with RBI doubles and starting pitcher Logan Webb added a run scoring single web scattered three hits over six scoreless innings striking out eight to get the win I think tempos a big thing for me tempo in attack when I do that well you know I I think I put myself in a pretty good position the Rockies have the worst road record in baseball at thirteen and forty three and have an ongoing franchise market being shut out fifteen times this season her mon Marquez took the loss he was shelled lasting just four innings giving up seven runs on seven hits Ryan Lee Aung San Francisco

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"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

05:25 min | 4 months ago

"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

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Tellez Delivers Again as Brewers Edge Giants 2-1 in 10

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 4 months ago

Tellez Delivers Again as Brewers Edge Giants 2-1 in 10

"Routed to let's came through with the game winning RBI single in the tenth inning as the brewers defeated the giants two to one in a battle of two first place teams to leads down places late game heroics no wonder to strike mode just trying to fight off and start going down the line and got the job done so you know I was I was pretty cool it was a pitcher's duel delight is both starters Corbin Burnes and Logan Weber both sharp burns allowing just four hits through seven innings while Webb gave up just three over six with nine strikeouts Brandon belt and I have a site you'll Garcia account for the other runs in the game with home runs before to Liz came through in the extra frame I'm David Shuster

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"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

05:10 min | 5 months ago

"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

"I think it's critical from a role modeling perspective than any person in an organization that attitude bring the energy i bring today were filters through the organization. Hi everyone and welcome back to another episode of it. Ain't wake to spe bonami. Sam webb and this show is dedicated to ending the stigma around mental health for community connection and the hard hitting truth all be speaking with guests from all over the world about lots to inspire to educate painful. Speak off so that we can seif more logs. Thank you for joining me on this journey. Hello.

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"webb" Discussed on Hurdle

Hurdle

03:54 min | 5 months ago

"webb" Discussed on Hurdle

"I'm sure she'd be by the way. I know but i just wanna be like best friends with her. You know it's like. I feel like you in everyone when everyone so okay as we wind as we wind down here final. Two questions the first question that i have for you because you are someone you said you love talking to high school students and college students you a lot of speaking. I'm sure so often you get asked what is one of the best pieces of business advice that you have ever received. So why don't you throw one our way You know. I say like two things. I'll say them quickly. I surround yourself with people who are smarter than you and be really open to what they have to say at feedback you know and i think the feedback kind of goes with like the open to the feedback from your your clients. Your your co workers like in the people around you be percent. That's open to other opinions and ideas you know. I think the quickest way to failure is like thinking that you have all the answers in your everything in and how letting people around you know that you're opened. Their ideas not only will create an amazing work atmosphere. It'll make people feel empowered. They want to work for you longer. They wanna they know they're part of things. So i think accepting feedback and surrounding yourself with people who know things that you don't and would you say that alley two point. Oh got better at that than alley. One point chaudhary. Yeah no. I wasn't great at that. Initially and my brother really wise. You know my brother recognize much earlier than i did like. We needed to bring in people who are smarter who had run in grown and scaled a business. Like we were trying to do. But i was like no. I really wanted to control of everything and that took me a little bit of time to get comfortable with so it you know. Sometimes you have one in the hard way. And i think that i did but i eventually got there right. Now allie webb. I've always wanted to see that. You have an opportunity to offer the alley a piece of advice when she is going through the thick of all of this emotional trauma about two and a half three years ago looking back on it as you stand. Now what do you tell the alley in that hurdle moment while the thing that i heard most during that time from really everybody around me was like you know the only way through is through and it was like you know you just have to go through it and i hated that i hated it so much. I wanted to be done. I wanted to feel better. I didn't i was very depressed. And sad and i didn't want to feel like that anymore and i couldn't get out of. It was my only real experience with depression. I'd never experienced it before. And the thing that kept being told to me was the only way his through. And i was like all my god. I hate it so much. But now i recognize that like i'm grateful beyond belief for having gone through all of that in like change involved in all of that that i you know i think that's what i would continue to tell myself like the only way through is throwing you just have to like endure it. You know i remember. My mom used to say like this to shop pass. And that's that's really what happens. You know with time and space and you just gotta get through it and and accept it you know. I think like. I'm sure you've heard resistance. You know what we resist persists you know and i think not resisting it and just like letting it be. The way it is is is just the best way through. It's the best way throw alli webb. I'm so grateful for your time. I know it's super valuable. How did the players keep up with you..

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"webb" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

On with Mario Interviews

04:51 min | 5 months ago

"webb" Discussed on On with Mario Interviews

"Acquire hey you're on with mario and courtney lopez and it's no secret that health is a top priority at casa lopez and it should be a top priority for everyone especially as we are trying to get through the pandemic vaccines are helping us do just that and now joining us right now. Someone who can talk all about. That is dr cameron webb who was on the white house cove in nineteen response team. How are you doing. Dr web bloomberg. Thanks so much. Thank you for being here with us. So let's talk about this delta variant. What do we need to know. 'cause i'm getting scared all over again. There are a couple of things the duxbury i think really versus this various identified in india. We saw that. It was able to spread really fast in india. You more recently. In the united kingdom a pretty quickly rose becoming the dominant strain in with ninety percent of the cases there in the uk are the delta. Mary once it got here at the united states. We've been tracking it. Really close into the end of made up just under three percent of our cases by the virtually june it was about ten percent of our cases and lankans about twenty percent of our case. So you see quickly spreading so we know that. It spreads fasts during transmissible other things than we early indications that it cause or hostility Skin urban cigarette to so the good news is that our backsied still sing the affected against it. So the messenger aren't a vaccine still very effectively to give both shots and our bully backseats two weeks after the second check into we still have. That tool are pulled up. But it's very for everybody to know the threat is still there from this. Pandemic can't let up our art by you. I know a lot of people think that it's over. And they just which we just want to go back to a normal life. I think that's what everybody wants. But what should we be doing to prepare for more possible variance. The what. I always still people is the weight of this virus works anytime they get into a host. It starts replicating it's with it's replicating itself. It's making more of a in south more virus. It sometimes copying mistakes in those mistakes can lead to a version that doesn't work at all or can lead to immersion. That's more effective at making people saying or spreading around million. That's very it's are copying mistakes that the virus bakes while it's replicating Body then create an advantage for that virus friend fast or do more damage is the best thing we can do is not give the virus anywhere replicate in the maybe that is by getting vaccinated or if you're not vaccinated always wearing a mask maintain that visible distance. All those mitigation measures that we learned over the last sixteen months. You really have the Brackets because we can stop this theory from spreading this virus from spreading those tools got one hundred eighty million at least works out of a backseat of this so we just need everybody to choose one of those two paths to help. Stop the spread. What is the government doing to increase the access to the vaccines that we've been really focused on access. Since the beginning of this administration at least zone we had the mass taxation science and got a lot of backseats. Those we've got over. Forty one thousand pharmacy's offering vaccines in fact on fridays through through july fourth. They're open twenty four hours on to give extended hours and those are some Barely qualified health centers health centers. Making sure they have vaccines minister. Been working with primary care. Providers other health providers make sure votes can access vaccine there but then acknowledging that there are barriers to access. Even if you've got a place in your community go in so some of those areas are things like paid time off from work to get vaccines and we made sure that all seems a place allow place the your kids. So we have offerings to childcare providers or creating spaces where we will drop off their kids don't get vaccinated or of the feeling under the weather. The next day or two into those are really important option and then also things like transportation it gets even though we the next site within five miles overnight set off by mouse law. You don't have a car. So we're they're offering rides in a public transit in a lot of communes offered derides to back station sites. Last thing i'll say is will work to people where they that's our mobile units bringing vaccines into clinics working with the community based invade base organizations. Were even working with barbershops duties lawns to offer maxine. One stop shop. Exactly the goal here is that we're trying to reach folks everywhere that they are and make sure that vaccines are everywhere that you look so come to that cool that you're gonna be vaccinated in right in front of the tony's there.

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"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

06:43 min | 6 months ago

"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

"And thoughts. What a one. And our though is like for me. If i pick up a chocolate bar for example raw. We'll have a bag of eminem's why get a reward system at feels like maan. Brian get something. That's like a reward. Whereas if i have a a ball of brian ross and tuna. It doesn't quite feel the sign. And i'm sure people listening can definitely everyone can resonate with me when saida and i guess like a feedback loop or reward loop that allows people to want to be not addicted to the top staff but allowed them to be hooked on things. Suga and these ultra processed food. Why is that. it's called had donald hunga. Which is when your yet. You'll crave foods even when when you actually don't require energy. They stopped food. But what you're describing is instant gratification. It's an instant gratification. And we're very much trained today to be drawn to instant gratification. And again it goes back to what i was saying earlier around. The ancestral pace being drawn to a quick calorie dense foods made sense for our answer s.'s. I would argue that instant. Gratification comes at a cost because it spoils our ability to experience delayed gratification. Which is often needed to shave. You know sort of longer term goals ally fry. There's that famous experiment. The marshmallow experiment is back in the stanford university experiment. And they go to group of kids and they put one marshmallow down in front of each kid. They said to them. Look if you can white fifteen minutes and not eight that marshmallow. We'll come back and give you another one and of course some kids. This is the first one they couldn't white near the instinct. Gratification got the better of them and then some kids could they could delay. They were able to to sense that it was worthwhile to white and they were able to hawaii and and those kids then when tracked over decades ended up doing better in in their law and less at risk of of various diseases and things like that. This is something i think about all the time. We grabbed that mazafa for that instant. Hit and what we're doing there is which shuzeng our that instant feeling. We're prioritizing that ova along term health prioritizing that ova the increased risk of heart disease and the increased chance of. We'll have a heart attack in twenty thirty years time and one of the thing. I spend a lot of time thinking about is. How can we get people to delay gratification. More when it comes to food to set up these healthy habits and not josse grabbing and searching for that instant where awesome really easy healthy habits anyone can sort of employing their loft on outlets as you walk down an oil and a grocery store and buy the bag of chips or crowd. That bar of chocolate or grab that on healthy life of bread. I mean hacking someone listening to this podcast wrought now employ some really simple changes in the daughtry loves to help them live better. And i thought that new behind you. China lawf- i mean one of the real motivators for people is actually and i'm trying to help. People may changes before they experienced this but sadly is in. It's a family member who gets terribly seek o- sadly they lose someone to a heart attack or the heart attack or stroke themselves and then this super dialed in motivated. They have a burning desire to better look after themselves. And i would encourage people not to wipe for paint. Don't wait for pain to make changes because we have the information now. That can actually help you. The other important thing here is it's not about what you'll giving up the sacrifice. I don't want you to think about all the kannada eminem's and and and the sacrifice may day what you're replacing it with also needs to be really enjoyable and it will be there's a lot of flavors and foods out there to go and experiment with an. I found in my own changing of my diet. That i opened my eyes up to incredible mount flavor and have found this new love for food and now where i sit where i said. I get instant gratification. From a very very healthy snack or a healthy butterball in the same way that i previously would have from a mazda. So i think it's important to kind of ray framing all of us sort of going to be missing out because you're not. You're going to make changes in your life. You will fall in love with new foods. That just happened to be healthy. That's seagal. it's not a about living. Your life without joy and satisfaction food is to be loved and to be enjoyed and that will happen. That is on offer. If you want it see you can still have love and joy. You know with the meals at your eating and also be protecting long-term at the same time so i would try and re frame it with someone to that and then my big thing is go slow and go low and don't put too much pressure on yourself simple swaps. I think are the best way for people to stop making changes. It can be very overwhelming to just over noise and it can work for some people. There are some people who overnight for whatever reason they're able to just completely changed their style but for most people i find it's about stepping it out very slowly and when you when you do that and you get a few of these small wins where he makes small changes and and it feels good natasha. Good and you look into that. Then you building confidence in the process and you may feel compelled to make another swap and make another swap in. Doing that is going to hopefully set you up with something that is more sustainable in the long term rather than something that is just a two way taught cleanse which then sees you Back to previous lifestyle exactly. And that's what happens. I feel from where i sit. And what i hear to fad. That might loss for thirty or challenges. You know that promote these small changes but they're not necessarily loft launch behind route change. What's your doubter. what's your go to meal. I do a really really good spaghetti bowl.

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Kevin Pillar Takes Fastball to Face by Jacob Webb

Atlanta's Morning News

00:12 sec | 7 months ago

Kevin Pillar Takes Fastball to Face by Jacob Webb

"Kevin Pilar in the face with a fastball. He goes down gushing blood, but later tweets. He's fine lines snaked through the atrium of the Atlanta airport Monday is air travel picks up. This is this is business

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"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

03:49 min | 7 months ago

"webb" Discussed on It Ain't Weak To Speak with Sam Webb

"Because when i'm in my shame. And when i'm in my disease when i'm in my fog of addiction i don't know what's going on. Hi everyone welcome back to another episode of it. Ain't wake to speak bonami. Sam webb at this show is dedicated to ending the stigma around mental health for community connection and the hard hitting truth all be speaking with guests from all over the world about lots to inspire to educate painful to speak off so that we can seif logs. Thank you for joining me on this journey. Hello.

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"webb" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"webb" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

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"webb" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

B&H Photography Podcast

10:14 min | 2 years ago

"webb" Discussed on B&H Photography Podcast

"He's also a contract photographer for the NASA Goddard Spaceflight Center. And he has what must be one of the coolest gigs gearhead photography can land for. The past is ten years. He's been documenting. The construction of the James Webb Space Telescope which is destined to take over for the Hubble as Nasr's most powerful telescope. Chris Chris Work has appeared in national geographic the Atlantic and many other national and international publications. And he's joining us today via skype. Also joining us today today is our very own in-house space cadet todd born camp Todd is an in house writer who has written many stories about astro photography and all the gear that's related to welcome to our show. Thanks for having me so great having you know we we. We have more questions today than we've had for many I guess for people interested in this paper literally Let's just start off. You say that your refer to yourself as a technician rather in an artist. You want to elaborate on that a little bit. I initially started preferring to myself as a technician kind of as a A backlash to a colleague who referred to me as an artist. Kind of like no you don't you don't really fit in. Your work is to Artistic Dick for this environment and you know I kind of took a step back and said okay so I I see what he's saying and maybe to flourish in in this technical environment I have to sort of reinvent myself and let people know the technical power of photography and how it fits search technical environment. Do you think that being engineers they look at what photography's do in a way as folly. That's confidence it's sort of like we're doing serious. He stuff and you're kind of like playing around here and just on on on the sideline that's what it sounds like. Am I wrong. Well so I I would not say it that way because because because a lot of being engineers engineers are actually tigers and and I think they really appreciate If you understand the technology behind photography will right so if you come in as an artist they might not look at you the same way as if you talk their language is how do you know what you're talking about. So so if you're talking to a technologist allergists or an engineer. That is photographer. He let him know that you know your stuff and there's a there's A. There's a degree of respect. It's I candidate sort of you sort of you know so The Art of photography comes out after they see an image that you make sure you go. How'd you do you? You do have to kind of re prove yourself there but let me ask you You know with this attitude and an error the kind of the need to take on that attitude of that that kind of label or whatever you WANNA call it person. Listen Persona did did it bring a change in your work or did you already kind of go into it. Knowing that kind of style you wanted to present I I know. I don't think it changed my work. At all. To be honest you know I think that the constantly evolving Qatada for at least I have When I first came the NASA I mean before I started shooting actual hardware I was doing more public affairs styles. A lot of head shot at Salon Group photos. A lot of you know like awards Jerem grip and grin gripping grand xactly so so occasionally either they would be a call for A really cool image of a spacecraft. And I'd go and go into a clean room for fifteen minutes and get my shot leave and I was one of the only photographers that was shooting digitally at that time right so I could get my studying format format at that point. No wasn't actually was. I mean we're talking twenty years ago so we're talking about Kodak for sixty all right so so they add Kodak Doc. We're sixty that the battery had been depleted. And you could get. I don't know fifteen shots before the battery died but it was perfect because I was used to the shooting medium format tiger so like shooting a roll of one. Twenty shot right and So anyway I get my shots and Dan I'm Mike Light it and so I always took the extra step and people started to notice that. And that's how I got on the side On the more more technical side of goddess. Okay so maybe we should step back a second. Because you know you've got twenty years like you said and You know the the whole thing has been an evolution and obviously now. You're kind of you know fully ensconced in with the with the James Webb program but one of the things about how did you find out about this because obviously sleep. This was not on craigslist. Well I mean it wasn't on craigslist but I think it was in the paper uh-huh why did your eyes pop open when you saw this because this I mean this is really unique job so the eyes pop and then and with I can I can do this. I'm like everything that they listed there is like I mean I. It's Awesome I. Of course I took my work and I didn't have obviously the material that a or I didn't have the types of things in my portfolio illegal share craft exactly but what they could see the quality of the bright and like I said when I when I first came on it was more editorial obeys day and You know a lot of headshots and that kind of thing. They sold that in my work. This all to magazine work all the hip hop artists shot united. So they okay Baseball equality though. I think that was that was obvious. And where did the job. Why don't you have that stuff on your website? Is it something that Over the time. You're you're kind of now you want identify yourself as as this photographer or you know carry work. Yeah Yeah Yeah. I'll projects having I have. I really decided that I love sheeting technology. UH-HUH I love shooting space is is you know I've been doing it for the longest period of time And this the position the job where I am has really allowed me to explore This area so yeah. It's just something I really loved. Okay and and to say that I wasn't connected to the to the previous work would not be totally honest but it wouldn't wouldn't be alive either. You know I often found myself shooting things that are not really into this. Got Together gotTa make these images. But now I'm really really connected and can you maybe explain a little bit How would you describe yourself as contract photographer? And how how that works. But you've obviously been. There are a long time and you've evolved into very specific role so maybe talk about that a little bit and also general responsibilities as like on a day-to-day basis this or a project basis courts courts so fifty years ago Of course NASA photographers were government employees. So they actually work for NASA and I think there were probably dozens of photographers or a few that are pretty famous for their Apollo Images Kinda nameless with famous famous nonetheless But there is probably only one government NASA photographer right now. The rest of US did shoot for NASA are contract photographers. So we work for outs. I companies that have contract with NASA for service. Okay let's other words Gotcha interesting and and then like another. Follow up with the move to describe kind of go into the office every day. I mean do you go. I mean now you're in California but do you is it kind of day-to-day thing where you always going to be on site or or how's that work. It's a day to day thing. Yeah so And that's why I'm here in California because because the the spacecraft is actually here now So I'm always on call for photography and spend a lot of my day in the cleanroom in room making photographs of the activities. That are going on When I'm at Goddard I'm also working on a few other projects oftentimes they call me in for you know what they might call the beauty shots or they they they really cold. Such shots might go out to the public. And that's what You know that's where I really liked China's we're really like the you know works I mean we'll. We'll go ahead Chris. You just referred to the James Webb Space Telescope as a spacecraft which it is Right folks called a space telescope in the Atlantic article you refer to it as an observatory. And that's the first time I've seen anyone. I use that term so that is the technical term for so okay. So let's let's break hang on a few terms hear the the James Webb Space Telescope has a components right so there is the obstacle portion. An there is the spacecraft in the space craft includes Basically the little booster rockets the station keeping rockets. It's SORTA keeping position in that sort of thing and also includes the Sun Shield right whereas the optical portion as is the proportion that everybody knows knows with the mirrors the six and a half meter mirror that that is James. Webb's basic You know the image that everybody is so has a couple of portions when you put it all together. It's an observatory. You know. Just like the Griffith Observatory Koch.

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"webb" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"webb" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Webb the leftist still in shock from election night results, November eight th two thousand sixteen but after seeing the results of the Muller commission report, they finally have to admit that Hillary Clinton did indeed lose the election, but they won't now. They're fixated with the investigation being conducted by New York southern district a group that has a ninety nine percent conviction rate. This is all we're going to get from the liberal side of the aisle, investigate investigate investigate. There will never be progress that we'd hope we'd see in America. When all the other side can do is investigate or reinvestigate. What's already been investigated? If they want to investigate something of substance investigate the Obama administration. And now they politicize the FBI. The DOJ and the IRS how they gave the Russians twenty percents of our uranium while Bill Clinton was getting five hundred thousand dollars for a single speech in Russia all the money went to the Clinton foundation. Did somebody just say collusion? I'm jedwabne. That's how I see it. And you got it. The Hillary stuff is being totally ignored and has been by the mainstream media for Lord knows how long and I mean, all of these charges of collusion, and yet she gave America's uranium a big portion of our uranium gave it to the Soviet Union. And they in turn gave fifty thousand dollars to Bill Clinton for doing a speech over there. More than that. I thought. I thought it was maybe it was five hundred dollars. Yeah. That's what I believe half a million dollars. They gave him for a speech and in Russia. No doubt in, you know, people over there excited, you got to hear Bill Clinton what he has to say this nonsense. But they've ignored that totally. Nobody says anything about it. And you remember Komi talking about all the things she had done that were illegal. And then at the end of it said, but we're not gonna do anything about it. And yet they go after the current president like crazy all the time. Hey, by the way, you can hear us in Pasco Hernando counties on ninety nine point one FM. Please get the word out to people in Pasco Hernando counties Pinellas county at ninety four point five FM and Hillsborough county at.

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