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Racism at the school gate and education reclaimed (Part 2)
"Aikido got You Butterfly Net Enhancement. Gravity Heaven and what she step. We're right next to the Bank of Torrens River on Ghani country in the heart of Adelaide plays. Don't fall in the torrents. Those of you that are not South. Straighten off a good ribbon polling today on the white out feeling very sorry. Try and start wipers water Do into the podcast of last week. Show if you've arrived at the dorms late because we're on camp here on science friction and it's going well. Everyone's getting on. This is the C. Syros Aboriginal Summa School for Excellence in technology and science and I'm living in with the nearly forty indigenous students from across the strategy here from Perth to the Torres Strait. They've come from far and wide and it's great to have you with us to on the Tesha Mitchell. You've caught an enormous something or dragonfly. It's huge thing. It was just innocent. Thought Maybe we could Kate Me Swan and then if we get any more or less just Alana line Patched candidate the University of Adelaide so working on parasitic wasps. My mission is to teach a bit more of an appreciation awareness of what's around which these kids have embraced wholeheartedly fishnet Connor Looking. It's camouflaged really. Yeah so as part of ABC's walking together. I'm bringing you powerful personal stories from three generations of indigenous. Australians today on racism in classrooms on triumphantly pushing past the low expectations others can have foyer and are knowing who you Would Hi this is a Science Camp Theresa? Let's get some of that good stuff at by the reba without insect. Nate's I love it because when I was little I used to do this in the backyard. I'll just for the fun of it. Like we did. Ones and lacked playful the bugs and stuff and Done things we went touches. The real big because that's scary. This is year eleven student Catherine. She's from Queensland. I've always had a interest in biodiversity because when I was lying about it in school I just found it fascinating the way things like adapted to the surroundings and how strong Some animals off. But do you think you might study in Uni? I definitely want medicine like the medicine. Science and even in science medicine side of it because on surf fascinated about the way humans like animals too but mostly humans alphabrain the actual workings about nerves and our nervous system and everything. I just find it so fascinating to fix people with your knowledge of that. It's just it's mind blowing to me. If you're ever original or Torres Strait islander you make up about three percent over strides population but just under two percent of all students enrolled at university are indigenous. That's growing by around half of a said over the last decade or side when it comes to Unical says in the natural and physical sciences. It and engineering. Less than one percent of students are indigenous for first year medicine. That's around two point. Four percent and of course completion rights alarm but this camp is about helping to change that. It's about road tasting university. Simon names macaroni. I'm an epidemiologist with. Csiro food and nutrition and things are about to get very real for the students right now. We're talking about their activities for the rest of the week and in particular their inquiry which is quite a lot of pressure for them. They'll need to spend a lot of their time thinking about the question that they want to investigate for the next few days and then they'll have to be ready to present it by next week. You asking them to do scientific experiment in two days scientific inquiry. That might be an experiment but it might be some other activities but yet in today's Yep they'll spend a lot of the allison a day. Doing it will be under a lot of pressure but based on previous years they do a great job so they've got to collect data definitely have to collect data they'd go to interpret data and they'll go to present it all of the precious situations for them so the pressure is on from pretty much all mice now not quite a couple of days. I think they'll feel it from tomorrow morning. Hitler research can be conceded. A A dirty word Saith West head is a young research scientist irregular mentor on these caves. He comes from Alaba Coal. And we're edgy. Country in these half miles research was something that was done on. Aboriginal people not with Aboriginal people and certainly not let by aboriginal people but as we get more aboriginal academics in high positions within the academy. This is where we can start to see a change of the culture so we need young people. All of the students present curious and inquisitive mind and from my perspective. That's all you need to be a scientist. The rest is just learning the specific language to answer the specific questions that you come up with and that's just a process. Anybody can do that. We really made more indigenous people in science. We've got so much work today. But we need more indigenous people everywhere. It's hard to access education for aboriginal people and are stolen papal. It's hard to walk to welds of wanting to preserve your own culture and sense of identity. Sometimes studying integrate main sacrificing culture identity and sometimes staying strong culture means sacrificing education. Perhaps no one knows these more than an ano education later. I made it a gathering by the five page of the Wheelchair Boarding House. Where all staying at Miami's Ruben and direct for education does P. Y. Yeah we didn't on almost for you know all the people it's our language and then another language as we had last week students from the remote traditional lands of the unindo people in South Australia. Come stay here. We'll check to go to high school in Adelaide. Now looking at you know dairies. To Wolves do peak will come together. You know the wisden world is really important that are now people need to get educated through sure school to get a job and money travel around you know speak language English and understand where there was an will come from and why why we see really important pulled in you know kids to university by his crowd. I need to build than me on the stand with coming from and you're not educated to vision. It's a big thing you know for
Fiat Chrysler and Peugeot agree to merge in giant auto deal
"Chrysler and Peugeot makers among them dodge ram jeep and Alfa Romeo's well as Peugeot situation an Opel have announced the final terms of their merger. A company were fifty billion in dollars. The number four carmaker buy cars sold in the world which is big. But let's get back to that making money thing shall we the automaking business right now. Now is expensive. You gotTA figure out electric self-driving for starters but car sales are lukewarm and more people are sharing cars. Every day so profits fits marketplace's Mitchell Hartman gets going. Consumer demand for autos is soft from North America to Europe to China. They're global trade tensions since and says Garrett Nelson CF RA research. Automakers are really looking for a way to increase their scale to share the enormous cost associated. Did it with electric and autonomous vehicle. Carmakers now have to make massive investments in research and development and engineers says Carla Baillaud at the Center for Automotive Research to produce for both the current and future market an internal combustion engine many times hybrid and now many any customers are demanding a pure electric. Then there's the vehicle of the future is brain. The software says Ned Hill at the Ohio Manufacturing Institute. A two and that's the autonomous driving systems. There's no vehicle brand the wants to give all that money to Google or apple and in the future. A lot of people may not even buy cars Carla. Bela says the whole industry is moving toward usership rather than ownership with fleets of electric an in autonomous vehicles shared. Or least I think nobody knows right now. Really if they're gonNA be profitable with these new business models we certainly haven't seen many of the Guarda be profitable yet. There is one potential bright spot with this shift to to non fossil fuel combustion engines and non human driver's says David did wisden at Morningstar. I do think there's potential for better margins at least for the firms that survive in the New Paradigm on electric vehicle has a lot fewer parts arch meaning the cost of materials and labor. Should eventually go down leaving more money in the pockets of
What to Do When Your Child Seems Problematic (with Susan Stiffleman and Maggie Dent)
"Where do we begin let's say our child is having difficulty with friendships socially their struggle pulling what are some of the steps that we can take to address and understand the behavior well I always liked to look for the route I always like to encourage parents not to get distracted by the manifestation of the behavior but to rather see it as a message or some important information from the child at some level saying all is not right in my world whether that's internal something inside of me is unsettled or disrupted or whether it's in terms of their Asian chip that child has with you the attachment that connection or whether it's academic issues you know there's something that maybe he or she can't articulate but that is making life difficult in a classroom setting or or schoolwork or with friendships I'll begin with that Everythi Ice Alternative Mag- Yvette just the idea that when we get distracted by the appearance and we focus too much on that we tend to lean toward do this do this let me script for you what you should do when your child is being rude to a friend or when they're not starting in on their homework so often there's a wealth of riches there that we can tap into to address something deeper unruly get to the heart of the problem and oftentimes trying to fix that behavior exacerbates the behavior because it's addressing symptom rather than the 'cause it's also telegraphing toward child that we are unacceptable we are pushing back on what they're doing and we're not having that open curious combine that we need to have I think also it's that place that we often now mine's going man this is bad behind you this is inappropriate behavior this is long behind ya where is an actual the behavior is exactly what you said Susan it's a message that I'm not coping in my world right now so it's about a stiff going something's not right in my child's world and I often say you just need to turn into being a detective to work what is underneath that rather than try and fix the behavior with something that can be helpful later but not until you've got to the core of that in normal boy champion and so often we'll find these are behaving in a way that is looking like it's bad and it's not because it's often physical and yet underneath that will be hurt boy who's feeling misunderstood who hasn't got a friend and they haven't got the words to say that quite often that's our challenge isn't it this particular Mama's is how do I get to understand what that is when they aren't using any woods to help me and yet one of the wisden mice tricky things you can say to a boy particularly around four eight and fourteen is what's the with you let's give them some clues on how do we have that conversation that can help us go underneath what that is. I just want to insert because I do work mostly with younger children that sometimes our first step is actually a containing the behavior physical behavior or removing our child from the situation for their safety and the safety of others and wall were doing that the safety of our perception of this as something that that's not a judgement or a problem so that we can do that safe person that has a regulating affect instead of charging things up worse and may our child feel our anger containing van made as a safe presence they need grownups at times to help them do that because they are unable to do that that doesn't mean it's a bad child and that's a really powerful message again that sometimes I need to help them seeing a call for help him one of the things you both know that I've built my work on this idea of parents being the captain of the ship and I use that analogy of the ship that's cruising the owners and everything's lovely and that's a sunny day everyone to you know they're they're doing the waltz doing but then you hear the alarm and things aren't going well maybe there's a league occur maybe there's rough waters or a storm and that's where the passengers really looked to the captain are you up for this are you sturdy enough to get us through the storm and when a child is showing behavior that difficult or challenging as you said Janet I love the idea that they do even more of it if you try and talk to them out of it you just try and address the symptom because they're pretty committed to getting their message across and they may just get louder or more robust about that but when we can show up in space as that com- captain certainly we don't like the behavior we would rather things be lovely and sweet but where we don't make it gosh there's something wrong with my child or failure as a parent you know my neighbor doesn't have a child who does this your neighbor well may have one you just may not be seeing it but a lot of what children are looking to us for is a sturdiness and I love the phrase non anxious presence where we're at enough to contain whatever it is and that right there could start to settle the behavior down and help us access maybe the pain or sadness that's underneath they may not put it into words but when we are studying com there's a relaxation in letting down of the guard and then they can start to we could start to get to what is it the root of that that's absolutely fabulous reminds me of the parental that I kind of encourage parents to do is to take that breath I and bring us so to that exact state that you're talking about so I can captain of the ship and ended up doing that I'm going to be wanting to again look at this through the eyes of my child so that does require us to pose a little then I encourage parents to what the handle and the heart to remember even though this chance being little revolting right now I love this child and that reminds me they don't have to come from the hots into not just my head which has lots of ideas and that when I looked down I go what are they needing right now from me and they need a safe base let me be my child needs right now it's just that posing again because I'm finding an Unedu as well at today's parent service drowning with too much information incredible accessibility to all sorts of things online quickly which can not always be in alignment with their core values of the hymen there what they've been taught and so what has happened to them and they journey so I think the confusion adds to the stress in the moment that often makes them feel they have to stop it to me set rather than say a teachable moment that underneath this without an opportunity to look at what is triggering that behavior and have come way lighter when we uncommon scented explore that for the child and say what it is that they are struggling with is there an unmet need is a cluster of unmet needs are they hurting ave said so again at you not allows parents this is your teachable moment this is where we step up with all swagger and become that part of the solution yes I've never really thought of it this way before but you're making me see this almost as the way that you would handle a friend who suddenly seemed be the haven in a unmanageable way would you be angry at that friend or would your heart go out for them they don't want to be doing this not to say that we should be friends with their child and that's our relationship they need us to be the leader they needed to be the captain of the ship but being able to see all behavior that way so it's not threatening to us and it's part of normal development they not adults in little bodies they children with Rhonda developed prefrontal Cortex which we know there are some grownup savings with undeveloped prefrontal Cortex is today site you're absolutely right interesting how we speak sometimes very differently to children than we thought we would before we head them and I've often said would you speak to your best friend like that like if they had you know a bit of a bogey hanging at Nice what do you call it I hear her good you WANNA do or boundary thing and I think a lot of this has to do with a recognition that our children are separate from us it's very difficult to take their behavior personally or to not use them in certain ways to present to the world this front that says hey check me out on the parents of that really well behaved child over there then the flip side of that is oh my Gosh I can't tolerate that if you're not showing up in the world or in the classroom or with your friend the friend's house were in the playroom as a child that makes me look like I've got my act together we have a problem and I'm going to quickly as fast as possible throw caution to the wind and not discreet as you were saying like not treat you like a friend with that kind of respect because it's all about me I mean in many respects a lot of our work as parents is to differentiate from our children we talk about them differentiating from us but I think the flip side of that is true that they are are on their own path. I had some fantastic parents that I've done counseling with just doing everything that I would have suggested in their todd is very very difficult and I think some kids come into the world kicking and screaming and I have a path walk down and we do our best to show up with compassionate love and care and we certainly raise a hand for help when we need it because sometimes it's not just that we're not doing it quote right it's that this child just needs some extra support and we may need some
Explainer 165: Trumps trade war: who stands to lose most?
"It used to be a cast iron wisdom of American politics that presidents should never take credit for a booming stock market. What goes up very often comes down and those demand. The plaza for the ascent tend to find themselves fielding the blame when the crash comes. The greatest economy that we've had anywhere anytime in the history of our country vis would appear to be the latest of the cast on Wisden's of American politics cost aside by President Donald Trump since he took office the slightest uptick in the Dow Jones industrial average has seen him furiously applying his tiny thumbs to his Twitter account to proclaim his own economic genius. Trump has been noticeably quiet on the subject of the stock market this week. The Dow Jones has looked down woods having a similar effect on markets around the world. A certain amount of perspective is in order as we go to with index is about where it was last November. No queues of bankrupted brokers were forming next to high window ledges, then and nor should they be now. But a couple of percentage points out of the Dow is nevertheless, billions of dollars of people's investments and pensions. Having a little squabble with China because. I've been very unfairly for many many decades or actually a long time. This has been done by the latest exchange of salvos in the US versus China trade war, which was initiated by US President Donald Trump who has waged with his customary bellicosity since late last week. The United States hiked tariffs on two hundred billion dollars worth of Chinese imports from an already steep ten percent to positively vertiginous twenty-five percent earlier this week, China, responded slapping tariffs of up to twenty five percent on sixty billion dollars worth of American imports list. Anybody misinterpret, China's retaliation Chinese communist party newspaper, the people's daily illustrated. It's social media accounts with a rousing graphic showing the Chinese flag emblazoned with the slogans negotiate. Sure fight anytime. Poleus wishful thinking on this pace where probably not more than a week away from coming to have a go. If you think you hard enough. The United States trade deficit with China is second only to the Mexican border as an animating obsession of President Trump last year, he famously declared that trade wars are good and easy to win. We always with. As is often the case where Trump is concerned. However, it's not entirely clear that he knows what he's talking about. Or cares that he doesn't know he has repeatedly claimed that the increased tariffs on Chinese goods are being paid for by China rather than by the American consumer, this is the precise. Opposite of the case. As even Trump's National Economic Council director, Larry Kudlow has omitted. It's US businesses in US consumers who pay correct? Yes. To some extent. Yeah. I don't disagree with that Trump's trade war or rather. China's response has been especially bad for one specific subset of Americans. Trump voters in targeting its tariffs on American imports. China has made fairly obvious. Use of the two thousand sixteen US electoral college map last July, for example, China impose tariffs on American. Soybeans of the ten biggest soybean producing US states. Eight voted for Trump into. Two thousand twelve the US exported nearly fifteen billion dollars worth of soybeans to China last year. It was barely three billion dollars. And even were a trade war truce declared tomorrow, it will take a long time to recover those lost markets from the problem is is we need help. Now. That's kind of that's kind of the the crux of it is is you know, we've been dragging along here for a little while. And and we we need we need something done. You know, sooner rather than later, however to extend some credit where it's ju- and acknowledging again that it is unclear that Trump understands what credit he might be ju- all why it is arguable when Trump launched this trade war last January. It was long past time that China got pulled up on certain of its practices. This is particularly true in respect of intellectual property rights, which China has generally appeared to regard with a combination of indifference and amusement failing to enforce copyrights, and forcing. Oren companies to transfer proprietary technologies as a condition of access to China's vast marketplace. President Trump is also entitled to observe the present languishing of the stock market notwithstanding that the American economy overall is in good health its growth for the first quarter of two thousand nineteen a robust three point two percent. Well ahead of most predictions it rolls possibly significant. However, when considering the possible impact of the trade war that consumer spending had ebbed somewhat. There will be those who claim that America's current boom is despite Trump's Kiatisuk tilt at China. They will be those Trump doubtless full most among them who will claim that this is because of Trump's trade war. What we've learned this week is that China has no intention of backing down and sometime soon Trump is going to have to ask a lot of angry farmers to vote for him again. Monocle twenty four. I'm Andrew mullahs.
"wisden" Discussed on Monocle 24: Meet the Writers
"That search e you return to music and having done a book on Elvis. You went to really something that couldn't be more different joy division and new order. Yeah. Actually, I'm I I wrote Bernard summers. Oats biography chapter in verse kind of a bizarre story because joy division. New order oversee to me, the most important groups in British music and one day in home, and I got an Email through my website site from someone saying they were burned some not from joy division in new order and saying that he'd really enjoyed a couple of my books. It was a big fan of them. And you know, keep up the good work kind of thing. Obviously, I thought they see some kind of wind up. This is one of my mites suck me in. But it wasn't actually was Bernard. I mean exchanged a few emails, and then went over to stay with him and his house in Cheshire, and he's always been a very private person. And eventually decided he wanted to rise. What's the bug Orphee? And the also me to help him with that. And that was incredible experience. He's very very articulate, man. Very intelligent and a natural storyteller. And this is a guy who's been at the center of British popular music. Certainly since punk happened in our joy division, students of seventy eight and new order still touring now making records now all these years later, so it was an incredible life, and it was a real privilege to sit. There. Listening to him telling me his story and me writing down and putting into something bit more literary, and it was the first book ever go string. And it was it was really terrific experience. Because it's an incredible mean people sometimes criticize celebrities for having their books ghost written. But if you've got a good story you when it's in the best way possible, and you might not be a natural writer so to get someone in who can put things into sentences. I think is natural thing and writing a book isn't just telling your life story, it's going to be structured in the right way. To get the best out of the story and the most consistent level through the story in the highlights and what heavy so so yeah that was that. That was my first venture into goes writings with burn. It tells me still today reminds me that I'm the person's fan. Let's. Of which is his responsibility to carry through the neatly. Now, you've written a lot on crickets to. Yeah. Big cricket fan and one day. Another Email, I got through my website if you years ago it was from the editor of Wisden Cricket almanac. Which for people don't know is the bible of cricket comes every year. So little yellow heartbreak of a book that's been going eighteen sixty four and is the the Bill Endo of cricket statistics. And cricket writing as well. And the editor of Wisden that year was shield berry, and he had enjoyed a couple of my books and one of them mentioned, I like cricket. So he asked me if I'd like to write something for Wisden Cricket overnight, which I get every year. It's it's the pinnacle of the right? It was sunny. Pretty the proudest thing I've ever done is writing the full the for Wisden that year he was the two thousand eleven edition and as a result of that. I put together a book on strange stories from cricket around the world, which was called elk stopped play. Because believe not in Finland in match ones and elk stopped play by wondering across the field..
"wisden" Discussed on Buccaneers Observer
"And this Vida makes up for all of it. I mean, this guy is going to change football. He he's going to make our defense a dominant defense for years to come have. We keep them. That's why I'm saying I really want this. I want the team, and I went to coaches all stay together. We are right there. We all right there. We had we had some issues, but it was our issues that stuff it's things that we can correct. One of the biggest issues was Jameis Winston. He did not have his best game here. I mean, he didn't play bad per se. But he missed seeing open receivers nine times in this game. Showed me one. There were like there was one play. He had three open receivers down the field within the twenty yard line. And he threw it to the one receiver that was double cover. He he did that quite a bit. He's I don't know if he's gotten scared or if he's anxious or whatever. But I mean, he's he goes to and and people think assistance as a big problem with Winston and the right? He can't be consistent in his his attitude. I mean, he wants to win, and you gotta respect that. But you know, sometimes Hobie a gunslinger sometimes Hobie check down artists sometimes Hobie a a running quarterback. You know, sometimes we'll just be doofus. There's just so many things what on this one. He just couldn't see the field. And this is my biggest knock on Winston is. He does not see the field will he's got better. But this game was a regression except nine times. And most of those four were huge plays in touchdowns. Well, I could have been game changers. Right. Yeah. I mean, we did have a problem moving the ball down the field, and he checked down. Good. But we could have really torched them who really really bad. If Winston could have seen the field and the few games that he played well during the season it was he played a complete game. He was decisive. Yes. That was where the words used to describe them. So how is this different? Let's he indecisive was he just making bad decisions. Bicket bad decisions. He they weren't fatal decisions. Yeah. But he wasn't making the best decisions. Okay. The first since the the play you were referred to second quarter nineteen no ten seven left. He does it the Godwin who's covered deep. I mean God God was God was blanketing. He was the only receiver that it was being covered. There were four other open received. There were wide open receivers. Mafia Wisden did didn't even bother. Look. He just threw it up forgotten very strange..
Japan, Tokyo And Olympics discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia
"The region has long been dominated by US stralia and their allies Florida circuit court judges suspended some looming recount deadlines, but not the sweeping really Democrats had wanted the deadline for recounts still applies for the US Senate races. It still is on with the exception of Palm Beach. Democrats say they will file another lawsuit. First lady, Melania, Trump is demanding the ouster of national security advisor, John Bolton's top deputy mayor record Al apparently, she didn't like the way her security detail was handled on her trip to Africa last month for the second straight year. Donald melania. Trump will not be attending the Kennedy Center honors celebrating cultural achievement the White House. Also saying. Not likely to see any winners of the national medal of arts or sciences announced either this is as the Trump's continue to distance themselves from arts and sciences communities. Local news twenty four hours a day on air and talk on Twitter, powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg. Juliette? Ed, thanks so much. Let's get by conversation with. Yes. Because CEO of wisdom, tree investments in Japan. We've been talking about the third quarter numbers that came through out of Japan today GDP, but I could pick up again in the fourth quarter and some of the other risks to the Japanese economy. Yes. But what do you think the bureau J can do now because we still have the sales tax hike flavored for October next year as well. Meaning that till we could still have to see a little bit of supportive policy. Absolutely. I mean, the Bank of Japan is decoupling from the Federal Reserve, I expect that we would see no changes to the interest rate policy from Japan really onto well past the Tokyo twenty twenty Olympics, and you put your finger on the pulse. Here the issue is fiscal policy. The consumption tax will go up in October two thousand nineteen so prime minister is now putting together a budget some fiscal policy to actually counter the drag from next year's tax side with additional spending you mentioned the Olympics in Japan in two twenty twenty as many as forty related sites have to be constructed including a new national stadium, and they are running into a problem right now with a shortage of workers, they're having to bring in folks, I believe five hundred thousand. From places like, Vietnam and Philippines. I'm wondering first of all if it's going to be sufficient now or whether we're going to find. Japanese authorities in a situation where they have to allow more workers in and secondarily, yes, but whether this is the thin end of the wedge as it were in redefining immigration policy. No, absolutely Japan is opening up. They have no choice. Like you point out. The war for talent in Japan is just intensifying and Joff the construction industry and some of the low end jobs, you find that some of the leading companies like he touchy or Toyota starting to have problems procuring engineers. And so, you know, prime minister Ave is putting together or pragmatic immigration policy. The changes did pass parliament. And I think slowly. But surely, you will see Japan becoming more diverse and more often immigrant country and to that end. How much of a boost is the twenty twenty Olympics gift to Japan just forward-looking when we are getting a lot of speculation that the global economy could hit that slowdown in two thousand twenty. Yeah. The construction boom is going on here. You know, I think that over. All the booze from the Olympics will be about one percent of GDP, and you may have seen that the accedes not just Tokyo, but some of the regional economies, for example, the sailing events, you know, he's going to be held somewhere in the regions of Japan. So you know, yes Tokyo is the main beneficiary of the Olympics. But some of the other parts of the country will also get their shot in the arm. So presumably in twenty twenty there's going to be a huge influx of tourists coming to Japan. But how is it the tourism industry right now? Oh, fantastic. I mean, you know, you find that the occupancy rates at the hotels are running in the high nineties, I mean, literally ninety five ninety eight percent if you wanted to get a room in one of the Tokyo hotels for the next couple of months. I mean, you would have to stand in line and queue up. And if you are paying in US stolas one hundred thirteen eighty three to the della intensive Jan, yes. Because always great to get your insight. Thanks so much for joining us CEO Wisden trae investments out of tikey there for us coming up. We'll take you through the market action. We have been seeing a little bit more subdued action coming through in Asian markets today. The ethics two hundred in Australia. One of the west performance down by one point three percents and good buying coming through in the EMC
"wisden" Discussed on Ladies, We Need To Talk
"World. The lowest rates of breast cancer in the world and heart disease, and we know it's not genetic because once Asian women moved to Wisden countries levels rise to the same level as the western women, which Hyman postal symptoms, and hybris cancers, etc. Well, so does that mean as diet? Well, that's what we've looked at. So we've looked at is it lifestyle related or is it genetic, and it is lifestyle related and a couple of things which seemed to be influencing these one of the things is body mass index, which is actually, you know, your your weight, and what we find is that Asian women, particularly those who haven't migrated tend to have much lower body mass index much lower, wait hold much less fat. Than Wisden women and the other thing is diet. And what we see is that the diet in Asian women as high levels of what we call Fido Easter Jains and fato as Trajan naturally occurring Easter Easterns, which kind to the brain tissue and kind to the reproductive organs. So they actually working in a positive way other foods that we can just eat in everyday life. That will enrich us with these photo estrogens. Yes era. So we're looking at L foot sprouts, a very high in Fatah Jains. Soy linseed bread is designed so in linseed crack is now soy milk. When we're looking at actually glass of red wine is high in Fido is students what we find. It's just under the skins of dot red gripes, the some of the foods that you can look at a lot of Ellison's on up to Perryman applause yet. But it's coming. Breaking away one way or another. What boss have you got for women? Who knows this is coming in a futures really what you can be doing is looking at exercising. Well, making sure you've got to really clean diet really looking at your stress levels and alcohol levels. And so I think really looking at those dosing. She can change those lifestyle variables to prepare your body to be in the best shape possible..
"wisden" Discussed on The Stinkin' Truth with Mark Schlereth
"He's gone up before though, but then he eventually reverts back to what he's been good, solid journeyman type quarterback. So if you're the box. Kit. Can you count on this continuing long-term? Or you're still go back to Jameis Winston as soon as Winston's ready to come back, here's what I can count on them. The bucks that Jay missed Winston is going to be a mistake repeater. That's what I can count on. I go back to James Wisden. James Winston is going to continue to make the mistakes to Jameis Winston consistently makes, you know, and on a side note, I mean, that's kind of his life right on the football field. The one thing you can't tolerate his mistake repeaters guys that do the same thing over and over and over again. But he's done that off the field as well. And you know, I, I always hate the guy that goes well, you know him him grabbing the the. Yeah, yeah, of some gallon a, you know, of a, yeah. Yeah. He said. Was like JJ oh yeah. The JJ by ya. Ya technical term right. Hold on. Let me go to web MD. Okay. Us go to web MD JJ. Oh, it is with j. so him grabbing the JJ of some Uber driver is not a mistake. That's a salt, right? That's the. That's like, I hate that. Well, he made a mistake. We go ahead and make that mistake on on, you know, my daughter. And I'm going to act. I'm gonna premeditatively make a mistake, beaten your ass. That's what I'm gonna do so, but you know, he's been a mistake repeater on the football field, and that's just not good enough. And I know that Ryan Fitzpatrick has been there too, but the way he's playing right now, there's just no way you could go back to Jameis Winston, he's got that. I mean, he comes out, you see him looking like Conor McGregor with the big beard and glasses, and he's got the rings on get frigging ringer may look great. So it he had Vija, Jack, we'll come Vija de Jack, you know, the Sean Jackson, he had his is close on like DJ comes in after the game. And he's like in a pair of shorts with no shirt on. He's like, dude, like those are my clothes. Oh yeah. I just borrowed these. I'll get back to like my chains. My clothes I out of my locker said, go do a press conference, right? They're having fun. They're playing great together. They believe in this guy and he has been nothing short of amazing. So for you can't, you can't as a. Football team. You can't go as a coach who's on the hot seat in Dirk cutter. You can't go back to James. I don't care how much you're paying him. You just can't go back to them. Now you look at Mahomes. You look at Fitzpatrick, look who they get to throw to tyreek hill Travis Kelsey, Mike Evans to Sean Jackson. And then you look at poor, Tom Brady more Tom Brady with who to throw to. And now they make the Josh Gordon trade, which I, you know, everyone's like typical patriots, move, brilliant, move. I, I don't know. I think it smacks of a lot of desperation. I see their wide receiver totals are among the worst in the league right now. See, but I disagree with you. Does brazen. There is no risk here. He's on. He's on a veteran minimum salary. They have proven in the fact, here's what I love about them. Like Cleveland continued in hopes to get him back to. Able him due to continue, you know, to nurture him and good for them. I mean, you want a guy at the end of the day. You wanna go to get his life, right? So they did that, but New England's got no vested interest in in other than he can play, right? They've got, no, they've got no history novellist at history in him and their and their history would tell you play well or go get good or gig on. That's our, that's our history. So we're going to give you an opportunity and we've seen it work both ways we, hey, we're gonna give you opportunity and if you play. Great, that's super. If you don't, we'll get ready. You know, we've seen it with guys like.
"wisden" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Wisden Churchill came in spent weeks at a time in a room, diagnose costs from Roosevelt's. So when I was writing the book, I just imagined all these people in their bathrobes at night on the corridor of the second floor of the White House waiting for the cocktail hour or having come from the cocktail hour and then being ready for bed and an wishing that when I've been up there with Lyndon Johnson when I was twenty four, I'd asked where did Roosevelt sleep? Where was Eleanor, where was shell, but I wasn't thinking in those terms then. So I happened to mention this on radio program in Washington when no ordinary time him out. And it happened, Hillary Clinton than in the White House was listening. So she promptly called me up at the radio station vitamin to sleep overnight in the White House. So I could wander the Carter together with her in their husband in figure out where everyone slept fifty URL here she invited me and my husband to sleep overnight in we were given Winston Churchill's which meant was no way I could Sleep. see. I was certainly was sitting in the corner drinking his brandy and smoking his cigar by map. We figured out, yes, Chelsea Clinton sleeping. Harry Hopkins laws in the Clintons sleeping FDR was an of course we'd where with Winston Churchill, so exciting. That is amazing. Are there any particular routines tools, anything that you use to rejuvenate or decompress yourself a, you have incredibly busy schedule or you certainly just based on the amount of work you put out, it would seem that you are certainly able to go, go go. So what if you built into your schedule to help recharge the batteries? Well, the most important thing I think is that once it's time for dinner, I don't work late into the nights. I work again early in the morning. I couldn't wake up at five or five thirty. I love getting up before everybody else is around and I don't look at Email until seven or. Thirty. If it's winter, I come downstairs and I have a fire that I can turn on fireplace..
Elon Musk says he wants to take Tesla private at over $70 billion
"Tesla CEO Elon Musk's at the internet and stock market players of flurry. Yesterday after he took to Twitter to say, he might turn tesla from publicly traded company into a private one Tesla's stock soared because to do this tesla would have to make an offer. Shareholders could not refuse. The stock ended up eleven percent. Is this vaporware or is this a real plan? If it happened, tesla would be the largest company ever to go from public to private musk claims. He's lined up the huge amount of money. This would take marketplace's jed Kim has more Elon Musk can't seem to stop making headlines these days. David Wisden follows tesla for MorningStar. He's tired of getting called almost all my interactions with hustler actually not with clients. There was members of the media. Yeah, still, he says, tesla going private would be a big deal for the company and for investors who would have a choice. To make you would have the opportunity to not sell, or you could sell a four hundred twenty dollars a share. If they stay shareholders would become external investors with the option to sell twice a year. It's a structure that exists at another musk company SpaceX. What does he Lon musk stand to gain by going private. Carl brower is with Kelley blue book in his mind. He would have full control and he could think long-term, no, more quarterly earnings reports, no more shortsellers. Let's focus on immediate profits. Nobody would be able to really say anything about it. If you're a private company must holds a twenty percent stake in the company. So he'd still have a lot of private investors to answer to, but it'd be, you know, private
"wisden" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"And when we got Mt and he came in, you know, and you know, as you know, he's very brash on what he can do. And he said, listen, when when we played the Celtics that day Antesa listen, we don't have to you. You guys, you don't have to double Kevin. I got him because he. All them at Minnesota Woody Manolas moves. I know he can do. I got in. We don't have to double team him. And when he first said that, I was like, you know, this dude is air. Ghent is hail. I can't believe is do everybody in the lead has to double team Mikhail and the first three or four plays when we didn't have to double and we said, all right, let's see. What does we'd like, oh, man, we got some here we go win and up. We're gonna win another championship because now we have the Neutralizer for Kevin McHale which was Michael Thompson. And now that I say, okay, man, this man backed up everything. He said when it comes to garden, Kevin McHale. So the the time that I was in LA with the Lakers this was the best trade to j Wisden and Michael, I was thinking about it. You could've gone the other way you were the number one overall pick in the draft, and you were coming to a team where you weren't going to start. Did that bother you out of that? You weren't the man anymore. It really bothered me that I had to sit behind Korean. Do. Thousand points that you actually helped prolong his career hope. So yummy. You kidding me. I played against these guys buying and showtimes so so many times in Portland. And then of course, then a San Antonio knew exactly what I was getting myself into. I was just happy to be here to grab onto Byron. Imagine coattails and hang on for dear life all the way to a championship kidney to championships. Back to back should have been, should have I should've been been more. war and to this day, this this knucklehead over here Byron, Scott, you bet. I'm glad you hit a street. I bet. By the way I mentioned the store, the worthy completely agrees with you. Go, go ahead. We lost at a pistons because obviously you and magic were out are gonna win that series..
"wisden" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Ninety two three la's new home for hip hop team big boys bank broke all righty now now we're sitting here and we're talking about john wisden good chances peak wanted now that the new album year from west now that it is out where do you stand with did you listen or you're not gonna listen whatever it may be do you separate what's been said by what the what the music is and i do want to bring someone into the neighborhood man i wanna bring van late into the neighborhood and van is from tmz and when we first heard slavery wasn't choice from west on tmz lie van is the one that stood up and and challenge him to it you know and this is the guy that went all around the world when he came to a direct reply response to what kind let's bring van into the neighborhood van hello dan how you feeling is one of my brethren i'm doing well man you gotta get to i'm mad at you man and we're sitting here where we're doing kind of an open phone on kind yay down that the van and we're just asking people kinda where do they stand and when we think about slavery wasn't choice i go directly to tmz live and see van late than standing up van now that the album is out where does van layton stand with with kind yay well i mean i haven't heard the album how to listen to any of it is there because i can't really enjoy it so this is like for me everyone that there's no there shouldn't be any reason for people to boycott kaya west in mass if you if if people wanna listen to it if you can be filled up by the art and inspired by the art bombings turn on and listen to it i think so and this might be emotional except those criticisms and stuff like that i personally can't like it doesn't it's not at this point doesn't mean like it's going to be that way forever not at this point he's just not the same for me.
"wisden" Discussed on V103
"Game days and i will be special guests on that show wisden night of game three prideaux ladies and gentlemen steve john that might be the greatest intro i've ever had steve verse man get show tape game one the end of it well it was one of the most the thing that i've ever seen take place in sports jay awesome it is not the reason they lost the game george hill hits the free throw your one would less than five sets he missed that free throw you gotta hold him accountable for that bogus call reversal will abroad draws a charge they go to the videotape and turns it into a blocking foul against the greatest player of this generation absolutely app nine the nba had no reason doing that it was the wrong call however jr smith to grab a rebound and to run out not just past the three point line but near the half four i don't even know what to say i don't believe there is an explanation gotta remember you're not in the throes of action a few seconds before you're at the free throw line you get an opportunity to take a deep breath get composed and more importantly look up at the clock and look at the scoreboard and notice that the score is tied mistake it was inexcusable but then the make matters worse just throw so just throw plays on the womb brother doubles down and says i knew what the school was because everybody in your mother at the age of technology where there is hd where you are allowed to zoom in where you are allowed to speed exactly what a person is saying this brother actually set up here and says you know why on the floor running towards half court after lebron looked at him like he wanted to slap him over the he says i didn't know the school that's what he thinks but did he denied it and said no i i knew the school even tapes.
"wisden" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Give you something to to listen to hear little baseball on a friday evening to begin memorial day weekend never heard anybody patrick was not right handed batter takes a strike from bubba derby somebody in trouble out there this is an area that has issues with crime here downtown gotten little bit off the rails here strike called an account is own to to wisdom the over shift on against the right handed batter wisdom hit ninety nine comes in with a nine game hitting streak he was eight for fifteen that series last week in the spring he's always been a nuisance against the sky sox rambo to third feeling his opus over hands the first to get his counterpart patrick wisden about the ground bought a third no store here in the second brings up the rehabbing carson kelly right handed batting receiver who's trying to get back with the big league team perhaps after the game tonight if all goes well he had an injured hamstring kelly hitting two twenty eight this year with the red birds to home runs eleven runs batted in overshadow stolen against the right headed batterman a strike is all.
"wisden" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe
"He was he was this sort of intuitive and he said i'm intuitive you know i just make i didn't say i make this up along that's essentially what he does but again in the broadest sense there's nothing really surprising about this the he's he was this way during the campaign it is a little chilling when you realize he's discussing the future of nuclear weapons and the expansion or potentially make maintenance of nuclear club at nine people who have the ultimate power of destruction but if we're if we're looking for him in that clip wisden churchill is over his his left shoulder and i just i was just watching it and thinking thank god he churchill can't hear this because it would just kill them all over again knows when to john's point we could skip over things of prisons as he actually said in no uncertain terms if we don't get a deal we want we're going to decimate this country that's our prison more united states basically just went on and several as and very explicit ways said okay we'll turn to be is we knew we said fire and fury months glaze over it's just glaze over it as if any other prison said that this would be a twenty four seven story for the next we but we i mean made him as being elegant he doesn't know jack squat about libya let's back right there he knows nothing about libya in two thousand and three they gave it their nuclear weapons you covered it yeah i think you're the white house reporter for the washington post i was i was in that house and he's complaining that with his alternate demise he said barnacle but the truth is he audited and talk to jumbled before he made those comments i not know that bolton is advising these comments and thinks that they're helpful because the from the dictator point of view qaddafi is an example it's so trumpy and there is a kernel of something right in there i mean to take him down could be is one of the examples of why not to give up their nukes but he's got the whole qaddafi piece totally.
"wisden" Discussed on WJR 760
"Seven hundred sixty wjr news dick hafner the michigan education association the teacher's union says that brian wisden was above all else a good person who'll be missed by all who knew him the teachers say that everything that weston did is our state superintendent of schools grew from his strong belief in the power of public education to change students lives he was first and foremost they say an educator brian wisden the michigan school superintendent has died of cancer he was fifty six he was also the former superintendent of dearborn public schools the search for a twelve year old girl from adrian has cancelled she was found safe in florida she may have been abducted by her mother who does not have custody state police say that bring out long gardner was found in charlotte county florida the person accused of taking her they say was taken into custody briana was missing for four days law enforcement agency is still searching and mccomb township a wooded area for the body of kimberly king a girl who was twelve when she went missing in one thousand nine hundred seventy nine the remains of other young girls may well be in the area as well a wooded property with a flat field that goes into a subdivision just south of twenty three mile near north avenue the remains of a thirteen year old girl cindy's zeki refund in twenty eight at that spot arthur ream led police to that spot cindy went missing in april of nineteen eighty six ring was convicted and is serving a life sentence officials say eleven children and an adult were sent to the hospital they were removed from a home in warren on jewett street fire crews were called because some sort of odor or fumes made several people inside the house sick including a three month old who was in critical condition president trump may announced that he's pulling the us out of the iran nuclear bomb deal on capitol hill the house foreign affairs committee chairman is ed royce he's a republican royce says flaws need to be fixed in the agreement but he poses a pullout i fear a withdrawal would actually set back these efforts and congress has heard nothing about an alternative former secretary of state john kerry was at the center of working out.
"wisden" Discussed on WINS 1010
"The law we'll go to court if that doesn't work we're going to take a page out of the book of from wisden churchill and dunkirk he said he would organize a fleet of leisure boats fishing vessels to block any attempt at constructing oil drilling facilities off the shores of the state says he wasn't kidding either accuweather today says not as warm cloud sunshine gusty wind made me the high seventy five degrees currently sixty eight degrees fair skies humidity thirty three percent the wins out west at night but they're gusting to twenty miles per hour repeating the current temperature sixty eight going up to seventy five in midtown wins news time four forty three police have arrested a man wanted in connection with the murder of a manager of a long island halfway house in november andre patent was arrested by police in tennessee and extradited back to new york where he will face murder charges in connection with the death of catholic deacon patrick logs than last year patton was a resident of the halfway house where logs in was the manager ogden was found last november with multiple stab wounds on the floor of anthony house no motive has been given for the attack right now sixty six degrees in west orange sixty seven and hempstead sixty seven in yonkers sixty eight and fair in new york humidity thirty three percent wins out of the northwest at nine gusting to twenty miles per hour wins news time four forty four i'm tiffany haddish and i use coupon so much they made me to spokesperson this mother's day use groupon change the mom look you know the look you get when mom says i'm not mad just disappointed with groupon you can change the mom look by getting her something she actually wants this mother's day time with their.
"wisden" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Political coming of age of the non white world he doesn't do that with the sledgehammer didactic doesn't vary very carefully in terms of particular people and particular teams and for decades in in london he was the main one of the major writers of a cricket annual call wisden's and is one of his major co editors co writers was a tory woo hoo ab hord all of james's political values but recognized as did many television watchers seeing him comment on cricket matches that james had something to say about the sport and the players and everything about them that was a perfect touch the the way the the best baseball or basketball broadcaster who ever heard only a lot better you know as as you as you talking about his writing on on cricket on sports and social history sports i'm sitting here thinking of the current day marvelous sports commentator analyst david dave's man you have to i gotta get dave back on he's been on the program before but i i'd love to ask him if he's ever read james i can guarantee you he has i think we exchanged a note about it every sports radical writer who has been coming on in the last quarter century has found his or her way to beyond boundary and said this this is a fundamental look this is a landmark work it helps me orient what i say about sports and what i understand about sports again if you want to join us with a question or comment joins conversation gives a call it two five six two thousand and one in one of the essays collection on james the u or one of your your colleagues rothe that james has provided us a window into the twentieth century a window that is cultural political and intellectual the intellectual development the caribbean europe in the us you inaugurated really paul a going back some time already inaugurated what became a robin kelly talks about a renaissance of inquiries into james studies an understanding of james eh various levels some curious what drew you to him initially you search for new i wonder about a search for new directions growing out of your experience your observations even in madison here in in the late sixties well that's exactly right because i began publishing james in in madison a nineteen sixty eight or nineteen seven nineteen sixty.
False stories travel faster than the truth on Twitter, study finds
"Twitter. Why this false news seem to thrive on the Internet is our inter-connectedness you know, from the web, the caused, or just a platform for the spread of these unsubstantiated facts sitting on a raw is here to talk about his group's work, trying to tackle these big questions welcomes the non. Why? So there's a lot of hype around this topic. This topic of false news and misinformation campaigns on social media In the news media, You know, we've got fact checking articles out there. We've got the social media platforms trying to clean house. I don't even know where one would start to take apart. What is happening here quantify and try to put some arrows and think this is causing that. What were you trying to find with this study? We were interested in the spread of false news them How 'bout was spreading differently on lineman true news. We were concerned about the potential consequences of the spread of false news, and we wanted. Two, when we looked at the scientific literature, we found that they're really weren't many large-scale scientific studies about the spread of false news online. And so we wanted to address that with a large scale, much more comprehensive study who your data set consisted of Is this all of Twitter since its inception. Yeah, we had access to the historical archive of tweets from its inception in two thousand six to two thousand seventeen and we were able to analyse any stories spreading on Twitter during those years. It was that easy to get hold of. Is that something that anybody could access while we worked directly with Twitter to get access to that data? And we obviously use machine learning out different types of algorithms to collect unfiltered, the data, how big Wisden status at It was a hundred and twenty six thousand Cascades of stories. Spreading on Twitter over the eleven years, So fairly substantial, three million people tweeting over four and a half million time Blau over those eleven years. And one of the things he wanted to do with Ted distinguish between the spread of false news and Real news are true nears. How could you pick those things out of the data set? How did you figure out why this is false or true, or even whether it was news? We started with six independent fact checking organizations that had gone through the difficult process of fact checking these stories that have come out over these eleven years. And we went to their data And we found the stories that they had backtracked some had been factor to be true. Some had been factor to be false of these six independent organisations agreed on their classifications between ninety five And ninety eight percent of the time. So we have this really nice corpus of stories that. That were fact check by these organisations over those years. And then with that label data in hand, we went to Twitter to find mentions of those stories on Twitter. When we found dimension, we would work backwards to the origin. The very first time somebody had mentioned that story. And from that, what we called origin, tweet, we then recreated or rebuilt the Cascades of retweeting that came from those mentions said that we could see how many people I picked it up and how fire had spread over time. Exactly. Those are all stories that, for some reason were chosen by those This fact checking organizations. Was there any chance that they're focusing on things that were highly contentious? Yes. So we were also concerned about that. So obviously a skeptic might say, Well, there might be selection bias in that you are working with these six fact checking organizations be they look at sin. Sessional stories or maybe they look at sensational false stories and run-of-the mill True Stories than that can affect the differences in the spread of truth and falsity. So what we did was we collected a second independent robustness data, SAT where we found stories that had never been fact check by any of these six independent fact checking organizations. We had three fact checkers independently. Fact check those stories about 13,000 Cascades compared to the 100 and twenty six thousand in the main data SAT. We ran our analysis on these stories that were independently verified not verified by these six fact checking organizations and we found nearly identical results. All of the results were the same. Let let's talk about those results. So what kind of differences Did you see between the spread of false news and the spread of true news on Twitter? We found that false news diffused significantly farther faster, broader deeper. All this hoop relatives in every category of information at each of the superlatives goes with a specific measure. Although the time the breath, The death, the structural Virology in every case of false news was diffusing farther faster, deeper more broadly than the truth in all categories of information and sometimes by an order of magnitude. And when you see all categories information you talking about political news, urban legends, those kinds of things like different types of content. Exactly. We had a number of different categories in the data politics, urban legends, business stories, terrorism and war, science and technology, entertainment and natural disasters you found there was a difference between his content types, but they all the trend held true for all of them. Absolutely. False news was diffusing farther faster and more broadly than the truth in every category, but false political news diffused farther faster, deeper and more broadly than any other. Type of false news, any other category of false news false politics is was the was the one that diffused farther faster, deeper more broadly. And here's where of course anyone reading Nesir listening is thinking, What about the baht's? Is this something that people are intentionally doing to propagate false political news? Is that something you able to dig out of your data yet? We've heard a lot of stories in the media and in fact in congressional testimony in front of the US House and Senate Intelligence Committee's on misinformation that bought splittists significant role in the spread of false news. So we wanted to look into this further. And in this comprehensive data said, We used to state of the art Baath detection algorithms set them to different sensitivities to make sure our results were robust. And we identified the baht's We took them out and we put them back in and we did the analysis both with the Boutsen without What we found was that indeed boths were excel. The rating the spread of false news online, but that they were accelerating the spread of true news at approximately the same rate. So boths were pushing true news and false news in about the same way. So bots cannot explain this massive difference between the how far and fast and deeply and broadly false news spreads compared to the truth. Human beings are responsible for that. I Is that what you think is that humans eat, Oh, just tend to be more interested in false news. It's some for some reason. Well, this is not an experimental study, and so we have no causal claims in this paper whatsoever were just describing my what we find in the data. But uh, what we did find is that the presence of bots cannot explain this big difference and the spread between truth and falsity And so you know, human actors have to make up that explanation the Now there's always. Differences between militias Suman actors trolls than ordinary people who may not know that they're spreading false news or doing it for non malicious reasons that we didn't investigate. But when you take the baht's out, the results don't change. Is there something about false news, Fake news that is more appealing to people that people are more likely to share it just because it's possibly wrong, Or is it very much more novel Then true news? Great question. So we wanted to dig into why this might be happening in our first including or inclination was to to think that well, maybe people spreading false news are different than people spreading Troon is or maybe the network structure is different in the spread of false is. So we looked for instance that whether people spreading false news had more followers or followed more people or were on Twitter longer or who were more often verified users, or you know, tweeted more often. And in each of those. Cases, the characteristics of the users and the characteristics of the network favored the diffusion of the truth. So In fact, people spreading false news had significantly fewer followers and followed less people and tweeted less often were less often verified and had been on Twitter for a shorter period of time. So false news was diffusing farther faster, broader deeper than the truth despite these characteristics, not because of them. So we had this seek alternative explanations, and we looked at one which we call the novelty hypothesis, which is essentially that may be people retweeting, false news at a higher rate because false news is more novel And their reasons to believe that why people would want to spread novelty More than redundant information. So novel information is more valuable than information. You already know people who spread novel information. And prior studies have been shown to gain social status because they're seen as being. In quote, unquote in the know or having inside information about ups, their status. So we measured the novelty of true and false news by comparing the incoming true or false tweets to the corpus of tweets that those people had been exposed to in the sixty days prior to being exposed to either the true or false tweet. And what we found across three independent measures was that false news was significantly more novel than the truth, which make some sense. Because when you're unconstrained by reality. You can make up anything you want And you can you can achieve novelty, You know, when it's made up much more easily. And then we built a model of the likelihood of retweeting, And we found that these more novel false tweets were seventy percent more likely to be retweeting a than the truth. And obviously we can't maker causal claim that novelty is causing the re tweets, but it certainly was strongly associated factor. Can we take this away from social media and say, this is something people do? Can you say this has to do with the fact that it's on a platform that allows people to communicate in this way? Yes. So you know, I think this is associated with nickel system. I think both people and technology have a role in this process. So obviously there was false news and rumors and innuendo way before social media since the dawn of time, rumors and false news. As has been spreading, But
"wisden" Discussed on KARN 102.9
"The mistress two of the uh uh why isn't stand wisden whatever the number one eight age muller is i mean these people are as corrupt as the day is long and if there's any drive bys are trying to say that trump is actually running a coup against muller you believe this when in fact it is the opposite idiots muller and his team discrediting themselves now the latest way that the mother team has discredited itself was revealed over the weekend we learned the muller people got tens of thousands of emails from the trump transition team that had been stored by the general services administration and they've had them for a while and they have been as tenet they have been interviewing people on the basis of these emails that nobody knew they had donald trump jr had a 20minute meeting and has had twenty hours of interviews with this team of people and that's just one example the emails included privileged communications including lawyerclient communications and the mother team did not have permission from the owners of these emails to get them now moller's no no no everything's on the up and up well why are we only just now learning that you had access they were not gotten via warrant it required some illness on the part of people running a gsa before muller found somebody that would turn this stuff over to it any way of take a quick time out will do that we will be back and continue right after the.
"wisden" Discussed on Double Toasted
"In only had that's what you call a a sacrifice oh no no it's it's it's called the what what are they called counterprogram cata programming the big at the history buff crowd is strong enough demographics are now worried about stay people what there you go the star wars walk right in the wisden churchill walk right over here it's a good move he got a movie you know won't make money you put up against star wars and see like seaman we could at because i had the weekend if it went for soheil your arm style was the man we could get down with insurance but i'll was buddy duddy that that is a picture of undesirable sorry offended winston churchill ever he's the british gotten he worked with these ransom is anyway uh i saw there by myself i thought martin might have seen it because i i thought you work at the imo these there was canal friday own new how we do yeah they said as the as i would sarvaas all right we'll just wait me about just give people look taste of little church sunday that that's one of the modern we'll just talk about a sunday in a and it was i'll tell you what we'll see how much agus stopped down on sunday and if you don't know i put doug joan this while star wars that really is so anyway people we'll see about that but hey i want to welcome all you here i'm going to start with this one group that we have up in here the folks that we say we could not do this without i will be with i had no business with a win win begin y'all's support and we will be able to bring these shows if war for a dog but.
"wisden" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"Jamus wisden completed twenty six out of his 38 passes 285 yards two touchdowns two interceptions pay and barbara twelve carries fifty eight yards no touchdowns doug marin 10 carries twenty six yards and a touchdown at c o j howard had four sections for fifty four yards in attempts down and dejount jackson only four receptions for forty one yards and mike evans continues the disappoint only two receptions for twenty five yards maybe he needs johnny manziel back there to make him play here let's see dallas faced off with the giants douse will now 138 attend i really don't know why pick the giants a should have just got away from the whole sentimental oil eli starting they're gonna win a play good from that's obviously not what happened butter dak prescott actually had a good game completed twenty out of his thirty passes three hundred thirty two yards three touchdown still don't think he's at great of a quarterback but i guess time will tell alfred morris nineteen carry sixty two yards rod smith six carries forty seven yards and a touchdown also had five receptions for one hundred thirteen yards and a touchdown and does bryant only three catches but made the most of them seventy three yards and a touchdown as for the new york giants you had eli manning coming in starting a his new streak iii completed thirty one out of his fortysix passes two hundred twenty eight yards one touchdown any no eli manning said was interceptions out there he threw two interceptions wayne goldman twelve carries fifty nine yards orleans dark with ten carries twenty nine yards ever nigrian four receptions for fifty four yards and when government also had seven receptions for forty yards to at sea tennessee headed into arizona and i was thinking to this game finished twelve seven with arizona winning i mean imagine.
"wisden" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Of the redskins is with us on mary walter wisden's colonies fire and fury that's what the president of the united states promised two days ago rained down upon north korea the likes of which the world has never seen should they continue to threaten the united states well yesterday you can add secretary of defense james mattis his voice of all of this he issued a statement sent a very similar to the president although introduced insured the said and what i would call a matija way matt and a met m madda see away the dprk the democrat democratic people's republic of korea must choose to stop isolating itself and stand down its pursuit of nuclear weapons he said in a statement the dprk should cease any consideration of actions that would lead to the end of its regime and the destruction of its people um well so this is you know general mattis dog mattis general general chaos i think is what he prefers but the the clear implication is that this is an existential crisis for the north korean people that if their country continues the pace at which there going they may not exist anymore the destruction of its people james madison and the reaction to this is telling you saw that yum the president of the united states statement come out two days ago a you had a a host of senators both democratic and republican challenging the president of.