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"yesalis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

20:21 min | 8 months ago

"yesalis" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Concerned with orthodoxy, it is inherently and perhaps even intensely musical. This performance actually took place at the Fez Festival of World Sacred Music Back in the nineties, and it featured that called Prayer accompanied by a Full symphony orchestra, the Bosnian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra. In fact, This combination of Arabic singing and Western instrumentation is something that will be listening to in the next hour in works by the Anglo Egyptian singer Natasha Atlas. The collaboration between the Norwegian composer and keyboardist Young Valka and the Moroccan singer Amina allow. We will hear this music from from the Fez Festival. And to begin Ah, work by the late English composer John Taverner. I'm John Schaefer. Glad you've joined us for this new sounds program. John Taverner, Sir John Tavener. Woz, a convert to the Russian Orthodox branch of Christianity back in the 19 seventies, and he was really drawn to the kind of mystical aspect of Eastern Orthodox Christianity. And he found himself being drawn to other forms of mystical music as well and at least once or twice in his visits to our studio on new sounds. In the past, he mentioned kind of falling under the spell of Sufi music, the mystical branch of Islam. And that is what's at play here in this piece called Maha Matar. It's a work that features the cellist Stephen Yesalis, who was a notable champion still is a notable champion of John Tavernier's music. It also features a full Western chorus and orchestra. But it has a featured role for the Sufi singer Bobby Sampa, who, if you're listening in from the UK, you might know because she was a contestant on the voice season to some years back. She sings qawwali music, the Sufi music of Pakistan. She sings South Indian music. She's based in London, but obviously has roots in South Asia. And she's the featured singer in this piece called Maha Matar, But she's accompanied ably by the Philharmonia Orchestra and the Trinity Boys Choir. Directed by Omer Mayer. Well, Bert and Stephen Issueless playing the solo cello. Here's Muhamet are a work by the late English composer John Taverner. Hmm. Yeah. Thank you. Mm hmm. Yeah. Oh, Oh, Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Mm hmm. That is music from Sir John Tavener, the late English composer and mystic at a piece called Mahama Tar, which was written specifically for the singer Bobby some Pa London based Sufi singer. You heard her voice, The voices of the Trinity Boys Choir, the strings of the Philharmonia Orchestra and the solo cello played by Stephen S Earless, somewhat typically for John Tavener. In and among the string sounds of the orchestra. You also hear the bells in this case, a set of tubular bells that have an important role to play. In what is essentially a simple piece from a technical standpoint, but kind of a beautifully spun line over the course of about 14 minutes. Mahama tar is the name of it. And actually, it is not sung in Arabic. It turns out the first half this song in Sanskrit and then the second half in ancient Greek, which Taverner used in his works a lot. But so ah, little different from the other works that we're hearing, which are all selling in Arabic. But it is music that was specifically meant to evoke that Sufi tradition of Islam Muhamet are by John Taverner. And up. Next is a recording made live at the annual Fez Festival of World Sacred Music. This is not one of my own recordings, although we've heard some of those on new sounds over the years. This is a commercially released recording of the best of the Fez festival from the late nineties, and it's a performance of the day Don the traditional Islamic call to prayer. Which is not viewed as a musical performance by the faithful, but simply as a form of chanted prayer. However, it is a very musical experience and the Bosnian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra Presented this simple but very effective accompaniment to the call to prayer from this album from the Fez Festival of World Sacred Music..

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"yesalis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:49 min | 11 months ago

"yesalis" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"They couldn't really create opportunity, which we had seen it all but you go back in the last eight games against the American League West. And they scored six or more runs in every one of those games. And that's that's awesome. I mean, that's that's great consistency, so the fact that they didn't do well in San Diego they had once they're there, where they didn't play four of the 55 days and the one day that they book did play. They played a double header. That's a lot of layoff. That's a lot of time to sit there and think about about failure. But they crank it right back up against Seattle, and now they have a head of student coming into Oakland, which you have to have. Yeah, just a little bit on this base a bit, because you know, it's been a tough year for the fans not being at the yard. Not getting to see these guys in person. And also, Farhaan runs the kind of operation that you You got to keep up with the transactions. You know, you do And like, like, I know a lot of people were like, Who's Robertson? You know who's he? Well, he's Khun playing little bit right. He's out there playing defense. And now people are like, Wait, who's possible? And and so, Mike your thoughts on because this extreme ski memory today Is the next topic here, and we don't know. Hopefully it's not a serious deal, but he's probably going to miss tonight. I would imagine and outfield becomes a little outfield depth becomes a little bit of an issue. And you gotta kind of keep up with your Farhaan transaction because this is the guy he got. I believe off the scrappy, bright from the from the White Sox 24 years old, but he's athletic. He can run and you saw him yesterday. What were and he contributed to the wind. We'll your your your thoughts on all that. Well, the very first time we are some. It was a defensive replacement. And and he made a great play. And and he could run or like, Oh, my God. That case got tools. Now immediately make a phone call back. You know somebody who's seen him and called a friend and I got the report. Well, you doesn't have much plate discipline. It's hard to walk and you know, he's he's. He's going wild in the plate, right? That's what we got. Now that didn't come from our organisation that came from another broadcaster back. He's all right. So we see him as a hitter for the first time, and now he's got a pretty good swing. Plus, we we didn't hit yesterday We get the day before, So I'm sitting and I watched every pitch batting practice and I'm watching and After batting practice, you know, type demanded that he got there a little bit late that they didn't see BP goes his BP. I said, you know one BP, who, beside the one PP look great. So you know the a sudden now you're interested. You know, I mean, here's a guy who compete some batting practice and he was great. So he gets in the game, and, uh, his first about you know, he struck out with men on and what good that's good, Good. Power in the swings. You know, he wasn't reaching. He wasn't he was in the strike zone. So then it comes up next baby gets pitch up What they said to left you. And which was, you know, I mean, his first big league get clean. Just nice line drive when you want to brag about when you're you know, 72 years old, which he can now and That is next to it back. He goes up there and he walks. Well, what What about the scout report about this kid's not be an easy guy to walk. That's wrong. This guy's got a clue. And when, in fact, now we go back to the Giants is one. That's the book on him. The book on him as he is He will take a walk. He will take pitches, he will work. So now you know the initial report you got from, you know, source be completely wrong. Now of a sudden you have a new appreciation appreciation for this kid. Because we get that guy on bass. You could fly. He could make things happen. Athletic And and and to a point where you want to see him play some more. So if you do have a front line or go down for 234 days, you have no problems. Put this kid in and and that's kind of weird that we don't know what's gonna happen with the ass. We could only have good thoughts with him going into the bar. I and you know you can't replace him. Can't you know he's just been that good, but hopefully you can for three or four days and hopefully come back into the lab, and it's not gonna be any more than a couple days. Yeah, reading Andy back this piece about the outfield situation You mentioned Yes, and we don't know we'll get the rice will see and then have said Kelly Slater, Austin's later You know, comes back by the way, types it on one of your raps. I think that she's I forgot it was on the team, right. He missed 11 straight games, but apparently he cannot play outfield because he can't throw which is kind of rough. So So they're looking at it. I mean, you could get rough and Dickerson and do bond in this guy. Boss obey, right. I mean, he's gonna be he's gonna be. He's gonna get his opportunity, Mike. So you know, Like I said, you have to kind of keep up with Farhaan. You know whether it's a Robertson or disobey You can't sleep on the transaction page, Mike. Well, he's going to play every day now. And don't think about Bobby E Switch hitter. So you know if you start the game with rough and Dickerson out that outfielder want some point game worlds guys is gonna leave for defensive purposes. Kasab is going to go in there. And he'll play the most difficult side of the field, and then he's going to get him a patch. So And now suddenly the guy was sitting on the bench. He didn't know much about that becomes acid. And, uh, so yeah, Here's your opportunity. Kids. See you do something with it. Number 61. Giants fans got to get to know him. By the way, the move to put the names on the home jerseys next year, I think is the right move. I lose track of the guys sometimes. So do you have a strong opinion on that? I mean, you guys, you or your name on the back of the home jersey? Candles? Names? Yeah. Yeah. You know, I didn't in Chicago with the lives of the Cubs. It didn't really make a difference to me. Um You know, so I mean, I like the tradition. Look, but I mean, I like the practicality of when a guy comes in, you know, he's on the mound. I'm waiting for him to turn his back so I could see the name that happens a lot. So you know, I kind of like both ways, but You know, it's I would not have both mean why not have those mean which is probably going to have maybe Sunday. They were the traditional ones and Don't always have the name on the back because we do like our tradition here in San Francisco. Yeah, for sure. Hey, a little bit of weight. Plus, you know what? I will say this. It's a whole lot easier this year. We'd have had him with the names on them because they have masks on. We have no clues. Everything lined up all the coaches right now for the Giants. I couldn't tell you the darkest way. Seems Master Yesalis. Eso. Listen a serious tonight. Oh, actually, before we get to that one last one you mentioned this and we didn't talk about it with SS yesterday. I wanted to get back on it, but it was just such a startling thing. To see Dylan more. Take that fastball from Sam Kun Rod and I could hear the concern and you and Dwayne And it was really scary. I couldn't believe he stayed in the game. But just I don't know it just it doesn't have an effect on Kun rod at all. Who threw it there may missed it. Sam Kun, right, hit Dylan more of the Mariners with the 99 Mile an hour fastball in the head. And that's a true beaning as they call it. You.

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"yesalis" Discussed on The Ikonns

The Ikonns

12:58 min | 1 year ago

"yesalis" Discussed on The Ikonns

"Hello my beautiful friends and welcome to the icons podcast. I'm so excited and grateful to be welcoming Jim Quick. Today Jim is our dear friend. Also a brain coach and author and just an very inspirational human being Jim. I'm so excited to have you back though. Thank you so much This this lights me up the highlight. I've been looking forward to this or so much love in the last episode in. So thank you I was just saying beforehand. That gifting out these the five minute journals out. I feel like I've sending them out almost every other week to friends of mine especially in these times is probably the perfect gift to give the people and the they you so much for being back is our actually our first podcasts. That wherever attempting to do there chilly as we always have all of our guests in person and since with we're now with these physical distance thing that we do this moment without also be such a great time to connect with you because your podcast at has resonated with so many people that have listened deaf shared as you see you know. It's not always that people share and have so many insights from a podcast but from your story so if anybody who's tune in right now and has a listened to. I guess we do Jim highly recommend for Yesalis into it. We're going to dig deeper sites. You WanNa back. End Story definitely says that priests episode will lean on the show notes. But just you have so many new exciting things out and especially in these uncertain times. You can bring a lot of clarity to people because right now. A lot of people are in a way as confused threatening frightened and are all if you think about all these things are born in our brain. Just even start off. Is there anything that you can Take a give us take waste to other people right now. Curly listening in regards to what can be done to help our bring cope in these unprecedented times. Absolutely and I feel like right now in. This is fresh in my mind because of a my first book cuts coming out. It's called limitless upgrade your brain. Learn anything faster and unlock your exceptional life. But how do you unlock an exceptional life in times like these when we feel like we're dealing with a lot of limitations and a lot of fear? I guess the metaphor I would use for everybody right now. Feels like we're going through a different cycle right. There was a metamorphosis. That's going on in when we talk about the ultimate symbol for me. For Metamorphosis is a butterfly and you think right now were kooning. We feel like we're in a cocoon were physically distancing ourselves from everybody when we're in this cocoon were also alone with our thoughts or alone with our doubts our fears. And maybe we also feel loneliness on top of that and so what can you do while we are cocooning to make sure that when we come out of this cocoon that we are this fresh strong resilient wiser butterfly because of it because we can't always control all the external environment but we do have control of our internal environment and When I talk about limits limitless allot UNDIS- because it's kind of the theme of this conversation. I'm not talking about being perfect. I'm talking about progressing beyond what you believe is possible and you know. How do you find a silver lining in situations like this? How do people find meaning in situations like this and I would say that there are five things you can do? I can think off my head. The cocoon is interesting because I was having this conversation with somebody just imagining young boy going outside in backyard and he comes across a caterpillar and so excited runs into the House and says mom and Dad. Can I keep this caterpillar? Please take care of this Caterpillar. And apparently of you can but you have to feed it every single day. You have to care for it and the MOM gives the boy a mason jar. And he's really excited. He goes out and puts the Caterpillar inside. The Jar in starts putting leaves in there so the caterpillar can eat also puts like a little tree branch there for to play with. And that's what caterpillars do like to eat and eat and eat and one day while the boys watching his Ted Caterpillar. The Caterpillar climbs up the tree branch and starts to spin a cocoon around itself and he is so bewildered. He's just fascinated by this process right and then when he when he just. You know the Kuhn's there. He just watches watches and nothing happens. Just watches it watches it and then one day he sees a crack open from the inside coming out small little crack and he could see the Caterpillar. Come out try to come out. It's pushing its way out and it struggling and maybe the boy out of impatience or just wanting to help. The Caterpillar runs inside the house and he grabs a pair scissors and he walks outside. Because he's not supposed to run with scissors because his mom always told him that and he clips that whole and makes it bigger because he wants to help the Caterpillar get out and what happens is as soon as he begins to cut it. The Butterfly flaps out but it doesn't quite look like a butterfly it's bodies very swollen. Its wings are very shrivel. And the boy doesn't know what to expect he you know he's expecting a full butterfly. Go and fly and what he's used to seeing and he just watches it and the butterfly doesn't do anything just stays on the ground so he goes inside the house and he's a little a little misty says. Mom Dad would happen to my Pit Butterfly. It's not flying and they said what happened. What did you do and he explains? He Cut. Open the Koon and then the mother said Oh no you. You shouldn't have done that. Because it's the struggle for the butterfly. Come OUT COCOON. That gives it strength. You know because actually what happens is when when it's trying to push itself out of that small hole pushes the fluids from its body into its wings so it nourishes the wings wings get stronger and then get be able to fly and I feel like some people could may be related to that in a cocooning phase. And they're struggling right now and the goal is to come out of it whenever we come out on the other side of this we wanted. Just be as best as we. Can you know using the Metaphor of the butterfly? The Wild beauty is in the butterfly. Growth happens in the cocoon. So that's kind of like the framework to have in your mind and I would say they're five things that we can do immediately while we're here at home either alone or with our family and in no particular order. I'll make five sees okay the five CS to come out. Full-fledged butterfly be limitless and so the first one I would say is wonderful time for clarity meaning through solitude gives you a chance to self reflect and this is kind of a big hard reset on the planet right. Maybe we could self reflect and meditate or think upon like what's most important to us in our life Was important to us in our relationship and our family. What's most important to me in our careers and just kind of zero-based thinking it off your we're going to start over which we're not but if we're GONNA come out emerged in the different cycle of life. What's most important to us? And then asking the question our our actions align with those values the things that we we hold dear to ourselves so. I think this is a wonderful time Space in solitude gives you time to self reflect and have clarity another see I would say is care. We know that self care is not selfish in now. I'm not just talking about physical hygiene. We all know we should be washing your hands and sanitizing everything and six feet distance and everything but also mental hygiene also as well not taking care of our mental hygiene. And I know the two of you are the advocates for that is just how to get your mind right and keep it from going so negative because the human brain it just it's based on trying to survive and so I know one of the challenges were seeing people on our social media are podcasts are talking about is they can't stop watching all this bad negative news and I'm not saying don't know what's going on. I think it's good to have an idea what's going on. But so many people are over indulging in it and it's interesting because the brain is primarily a deletion device right now we all could be focusing on hundreds of millions of things. There's so much stimulus in the world so our brain primarily trying to keep that out and what gets in are the things that we care about. But it's kind of like social media algorithm our mind if we going through facebook instagram. We're like liking and commenting and sharing everything having to do with cats than instagram's gonNA show you more cats in your feet and our mind has that same algorithm if we just focus on the news and everything and all the darkness. Then we just are seeing more and more of that Life starts giving you that feed in your mind Just like the Algorithm in Instagram does and the challenge with that is we start not focusing on what we'd be grateful for. We don't focus on things like opportunity or possibility and we feel that this is all there is and the danger in it though is again. I'm not saying don't be aware of what's going on. But the danger is chronic stress and anxiety number one shrinks your brain and also chronic fear it compromises your immune system so it makes you more susceptible to colds and Flus and viruses and so maybe part of self care is not only eating the best brain foods and exercising but part of it is standing guard to our mind. Making choices of aware are focused. Goes and say care is a big one. How did the two of you light? How're you doing it like in terms of what are you doing for personal like self care in a way we were prepared for this as you said? Mental Hygiene is so important. And because we've been practicing you know things like the five minute journal every morning and every night we've condition our brain to already constantly go towards opportunity to our things were grateful for and as because we haven't consumed into news We've we've been speaking about not dwelling into the negative and the news for years now has been kind of one of our a lot of times people like but aren't you gonna like being ignorant and you're not going to find out what's happening the world as we can see when the big things happen. You can't escape you'll always have somebody deliver the news to you or it will be in your instagram. Feed or cabdriver Google or a cabdriver anything like even if you're a physical distancing but you're still going on your unless you don't go on your phone like somewhere you're gonna have in your email like people will get a check in like you're gonNA find out about it and that's why we always focus on. Is that your brain? Is that powerful tool? And whatever you whatever you focus on is going to help you get there and is in a way. It's a super powerful navigation device. You know you kind of use this example but I really see is like what you set your course to is going to help you get there and over time as you feed it more information as you said is going to allow you to navigate to that direction you know we really try our best as always to keep it up you know is in the midst of all this chaos. We've been able to be very calm cool and collected and we know that the storm will pass. Yes it is it is but I believe the media and everything else going on. They're making a lot scarier than it actually is in reality. Of course we're living in the very unprecedented times however as humanity. We've experienced way worse the reality that we have this connection that we can communicate and have this conversation that they're telling US okay. Stay at home but you can still educate yourself. You can still entertain yourself. You can still be warm. You can have making. They'll connect you got food delivered to you like live in a very. We live in an amazing abundant time. For sure as you said if you start focusing on those thank you start creating this dialogue in your mind and you really start thinking. The world is about the end. You'll just start going strictly into a flight or fight mode. I have a confession to make. I mean when it started hitting London four to three days I kind of cheated on my habit of like really sticking to like I usually check my phone just two three times a day like fifteen twenty minutes and I just consume obviously only counts that I follow their more positive..

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"yesalis" Discussed on ONE Energy

ONE Energy

12:14 min | 2 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on ONE Energy

"Accidents happen, and, you know, no, no engineer working at a power plant thought the pint was gonna go down that didn't go down. And just the thought of the, the releases in the liability is really scaring me venture into the entrepreneurship sub things ROY. Make sense Inari thought about like that. Let supervised him. I would say they definitely a better chance now than other point history. We have governments regulators now willing to work with smaller companies. Take him seriously. Our national labs both in Canada. The United States are both wanting to take on these mall companies help them succeed that where I do see any firm prove -ment is government investing in this, if you don't have that government investing in these new concepts new ideas, I don't think ever take takeoff compete with the established companies that are selling pressurized water reactors whatnot, but we're seeing great strides happen. Even in Ontario of chocolate labs, they put out a some sort of competition where they've asked as our producers to come in submit plans. And they are looking to cite one onsite by twenty twenty six and we also look down at the states, Idaho national labs. They've signed agreement to work with new scale and hopefully demonstration unit setup. So. I wouldn't say it's impossible now to get on in clear, seeing small companies that weren't existent two decades ago. Now moving forward to actually hostile gang shovels in the ground somewhere. What is there anything that we could be doing to help move the ball forward, better with the government? Because like you said, you'll government Tom, the government is actively involved in this process, or anything that we could be doing or striving to do to help government to change a lot of these, I would say educating MP's, our government officials about it right now. The ones in areas that already have nuclear after well-versed in it. But that may be one or two ridings in a whole jurisdiction. So you have hundreds of other MP's or MP's, who know nothing about nuclear and are getting information. Right. Totally. I completely agree and the election two or three years ago would have been my first time voting due to my age, and, and how they lined up and I was doing research into which party, I'm gonna support. And when doing so I looked into which parties support nuclear on. It seems like all these parties are scared to publicly condone it on the green party said no way this was a couple years ago, and I don't wanna get too political. And EP said no. I think the liberal said in different than I think the conservatives were the only ones that didn't have a negative or no comment opinion a centrist. Right. Because you would think the green party would be all over this via king Tori, his this is like this is one of the real solutions, yet, this time has a little frustrating to see the green party turning down 'cause they're, they're the ones who were supposed to be making the change. Right. Totally not leads to a lot of environmental groups all over the planet, who. Saying no to nuclear we can look at Germany. They decide to close their fleets. Japan isn't restarting majority of their fleet. And in France there flea just being challenged brought down seventy five percent of the country's power fifty son of the power. One thing. Interesting too, is we out source are like a lot of production to developing countries, such as China and India. And then they use so much coal to power their plans, you know, we could be saying that by us wanting the production where taking their, you know, carbon budget. So it's kind of kind of a weird thing think of when you flip it that way, because now we're causing even more carbon being the environment even though it's not coming from Canada, which is kind of odd. Right. Totally I think I think building USA dream. I think just the idea of educating people in general. I think is really important. Just concept like I took I took an Uber last week to pick up my car in the shop. And it came up that I was a nuclear engineering student immediately their initial Batas like oh, that's bad. But when you when you when you really connect with people. On one and start telling them that there's no CO two that like you both said that the potential of exploding is literally almost impossible in other people like, wow, like might perceptions are wrong had been falsely educated, you know what I mean? So I think we'll both you're saying is is amazing to add onto that. I think it also needs to start at a younger age yet. Once you've hit teenage age adults age your opinions made. If you've been growing for eighteen years in hearing nuclear bad nuclear produces all this ways expensive your chance to change that Pinon is very unlikely. Right. One thing to kinda notable deserves a certain generation prior to us that house their decision made about nuclear, they've seen the atomic bomb. They've seen the damages of it. And I don't think that we can really appeal to them because they know the devastation it can cause the generation coming in so impressionable, you know, in society, you see how, how open they are with everything. And I think this is generation that we really can make strides into making this a more widely accepted power production method. Speaking of our generation, do you think that are the time we're in right now is almost similar to the dot com? Boom, but with nuclear, like, for example, in on Musk's book, he talks about how he was going to school to master's, but he realized that if he didn't get out now in get into starting a company that was focused in the internet that you would miss the boat do feel that we're kind of in a similar timeframe where, you know, nuclear starting to really start to appeal to the younger generation, boomer. Or now, I wouldn't say boom, I would say they're open to it, these, what's not like in North America. How many reactors are currently under construction? Right. You can count on one hand right ended on -tario. We have we're not building new reactors where refurbishing our current fleet. And we have six are scheduled shut down. So I think in the next two decades, there may be some initiative to really. Get reactors built. But right now, especially North America, it's not happening in another thing out on to driven said it's the internet. You can you can almost make it with coding with hard work with coffee in sleepless nights, but no matter how her you try and make a reactor you need. Advocating that comes together, we need, you know, the supervisors the project managers trades guys, engineers. You can't you can't have one without the other in the business people to, you know, sell the idea to the government, or the investors are whoever's next on the line. Right. Nothing like that Tom. There's, they also need the social license, you can't just go build nuclear technology, socialism. It just doesn't work the internet. You can put a website up about anything like it doesn't matter what anyone else thinks, and that's your website. It's there. If you don't have a socialite since you're not going to be able to build a nuclear plant, you're not gonna middle store the way. You're not going to be able to experiment. Yeah. Nuclear, you know, it's so interesting. What guys were saying is based on what you're saying. Like, you know that you, you talked about, you know, putting the ideas of entrepreneur and nuclear engineer together that the first word that comes to minds liability, just like the idea of all of this way that something could go wrong on you. And, you know, like both of you said that there is a lot of people that need to be involved in the process, nuclear engineering, almost requires a level of humility that every other that a lot of other ended energy industries. Don't have the oil and gas industry is kind of a little bit known for being quite cutthroat. Like I own this company, I in on gonna make this money but nuclear power requires so many people that, you know, if we don't all work together, you know, like it's just not gonna work, right? So Dr new briefly talked about that Canada's looking at installing some small much of the reactor's for both of you would as the future of nuclear, look, like in what wise make excited, I believe the future of nuclear like what dream saying where we're, we're refurbishing trying to reuse, our current fleet and one thing that, although as some are seemed like a great idea, you know, if you're gonna have ten small reactors, why not have one big one. And of course, you know, you can argue in somewhere way up north could really benefit from having a one megawatt SM are, but then that same argument can be made. You know, could be solar. Could we win could only something less? Intense of around the, the employment right with waste in operation. So it's hard to really say where where the future's gonna go, especially without having a good idea of who's going to be investing in the future enough, just for those listening, Tom, maybe just briefly explain what SM are is near Dover. Normally using an Esa is a small modular reactor. It is essentially a you think of a large-scale reactor could be hundreds of megawatts and power to the grid, and it would power a big portion of area. Whereas small modular reactor would be one megawatt. That would be more localized into the area that they are worried about. And I'm not sure if this is only new scale. So correct me here. But I believe another attribute of Esa Mars is the facet of safety is that is that regiment driven worked a lot on you looked at a lot of the proposals. Didn't you finesse yet? I didn't think brass Mars is that their modules of other Bilton factory semi line style. And they have a think the conversation topic for the size of Esmar will be upwards of three hundred megawatts all the way down to okay. Half megawatt that sorta range. Gosh, that's pretty big range. Yeah, it's huge. The is that the three hundred megawatt line you're now starting to compete with large reactors, if you consider Pickering their reactors are but five megawatts apiece, right. Yesalis will we might as well just built big then right? While the way I see it going that China's really leading the industry right now. So as the Middle East India in terms of construction Russia, to Zach port, a lot of them, they're not exporting small-size reactors. They're exporting reactors that are in the thousand plus megawatt range. So we have looked at that. I do. See a place for the Mars possibly military bases northern communities. At like Thunder Bay, for example, who they didn't have a good source of hydro, maybe Asamara V, suitable for their we'd have to weigh the price of connecting them to our current grid power line costs cetera. So in there's a new documentary that lock people watch you watch to the new fire, that's about nuclear engineering. And just even a lot of people in general have talked about small much reactors that they would love to be able to make it to the point Romo..

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"yesalis" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"So we're not a political podcast everyone else that we stick to sports at all times. But this is sports because it is Clemson full. Ball. And I we both had the exact same reaction whenever it was like, oh my God. I can't believe he gave all this fast food. I just saw the plates full of big Macs and Wendy's and pizzas like, this is fucking awesome. Yeah. The only thing is it was probably cold by the time. I I can't think of too many things less appetizing than like a cold filet of fish yet. Excuse me. Mick fish, don't put the flare fish out down to big time mistake big time. But the rest like I could how some quarter powders right now. And I'll tell you this little lib, Chris long has to be really regret not going to the White House when you had the chance it you missed out on a feast buddy big time, and it looked like essentially being back in college and getting super high and being like, let's just order all the fast food, and because who would want to be like, hey, you know, what I'm gonna have McDonald's and Wendy's right after the and just try them all so I'm fully in favor of this move. The one thing that President Trump missed out on he have brought the mcrib back. Just for that. Shake it power move just being like mcrib. It's not even back. But it's back here. We have it folks until we have been the biggest flexible time, I was surprised they didn't we'll in like Coca Cola freestyle machine to that would have been sweet, yes, actually, watching dab Swinney try to figure out how to use one of those coke machines. That would be great basically, President Trump just treated this entire thing. Like, it was an end of the year soccer party. Yeah. And he had like he was having everybody over to Fudd ruckers we needed trophies for everyone. Some Orioles you get whatever you want. And honestly like, yes. Some of the food. Did look pretty good. I was wondering Hank was can be triggered because they they'll mid a certain franchise Hank speak on that. Bad for the brand, Hank. No, no. Well relations are relations are in great with south of the border true. Pick aside. It's like either you want to be included. You wanna be on the outside not on the fence of this. That's Taco Bell needs to rebrand as anti-trump and tear into this. So no, all right. It got me thinking PF T how this relates to sports. And my initial reaction was if every team that wins the championship goes to the White House and gets a bunch of fast food. How does that affect the motivation for each team? So like, you got to believe that Andy Reed's thinking any really to get their plus Patrick Mahomes. They're going to have never gonna have ketchup fountain for Patrick Mahomes. They're going to catch a milkshakes serve ice cold. Y'all. Just all This this. this this is on since the bills. So I wrote down a quick list of teams to keep an eye on knowing that they have a because like look if you're fat guy, and you're in the end of the tunnel is a bunch of fast food, guilt free because calories don't count when you're in the White House. You're celebrating. Yeah. You this is going to be great motivation. So I have a less you tell me if anything is off here if you have anything to add. Okay. So the pirates Clint hurdle. He's a big fast food guy. Got that. Nice round phases list. Fat people all the managers. Jessica tigers. Ron Gardenhire Tigers manager now Gardy he's a big time fast food guy. Dodgers not for Dave Roberts. Tommy Lasorda Yesalis sorta would love going eating just nonstop big Macs. Where we know that he likes us. Yes. Oh gravy. Yes. Well, no, he doesn't eat dry poss- on everything. He actually if it's time to just sit him to an olive garden..

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"yesalis" Discussed on Probably Science

Probably Science

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on Probably Science

"That's what you were talking for. Yeah, we talked about this on one of the previous times you're on. That's the sort of the sling shutting around. That's right. That's right. Gravity hits are really what make interplanetary travel possible, right until Yesalis comes along because you just can't pack enough fuel on any of these spacecraft to get to where you need to go in a palatable amount of time. So you you either steel or or give philosophy to other planets and transfer that into into your space craft. So in this case, we would slingshot around actually. Interestingly, we would launch earth, go all the way around the sun, do a fly by of earth. Again, then do a fly by Venus and then do to more fly by of earth. And after all four of those fly bys, we've pick up enough velocity to actually angular momentum is more accurate to get us all the way out to Jupiter so that that trajectory takes something like seven and a half years compared to two and a half you sent to to his. So when we're all really hoping that this new rocket comes through. Ping list. It's the same guys. So who's who calculates these trajectories? And those are the rocket scientists. You know, there's. Because that's fascinates me just do they have. I don't know. I know this isn't you'll field so much, but they have hunches to what they might need and then write computer programs that will get out old today. They write computer programs to scratch that just crunch all of the possibilities and go his his your option to combination of those two. They have lots of ideas. They'll start running the simulations they have, they have software that models, the gravity fields in the motion of all the planets to search all of these possible. I won't. They've set the initial trajectory. How much reconnection is that? Or is this literally trajectory that just works from the initial thrust in that it just does the whole thing. It just works. You know, you might have some servers that you have to plan in there to target things. Okay. So there there are these light maneuvers, but overall, actually I can give you an anecdote on that. So two thousand four is it. I'm going to rewind a couple missions here to older mission that we launched in two thousand four messenger. So two thousand four. I had not yet met my wife at that time. Launched the space craft that was going to go to mercury that did go to mercury eventually. So two thousand five happens. I meet this girl. Two thousand six happens. We're planning on getting married and my wife's like, well, my fiance at that time, she's like, well, let's date house. March eighteenth sound March eighteenth two thousand six. Some like well, we can do that. But I'm telling you right now five years from now. I will be missing our fifth anniversary because Marsh eighteen thousand eleven. We are going to be getting into orbit around mercury. Say that with a hundred percent, say that with one hundred percent certainty. That's before we even got married. I got. I got to get out of jail card to say, hey, I'm missing our fifth anniversary and low, and behold, I miss her fifth anniversary for a successful injection into orbit around mercury. Alternative, which is it failed spacecraft unfunny. Right, right. So, yeah, so these things are these trajectories. Once you calculate them, you know what's gonna happen. Yeah, right. It really is like just it feels like playing perfect pool trick shots with planets. Yeah, that's right. Once we've said it, right, we know is gonna bounce. We know about these focus hit that bowl land perfectly. In messengers case we had, we launched, we had one fly by of earth to fly bys Venus, and then three fly bys of mercury before we shed enough speed to get into orbit around mercury. The fourth time we got, we got the planet, so and all this was calculated, you know, years in advance and you know, physics works. And how up domestic are you about the your loud even speculate or you're just like we hope there because we want to use it. If there's a lot of there's a lot going for it. It's the rocket that nas- hoping is going to eventually carry humans to Mars..

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"yesalis" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

03:32 min | 3 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on Keep It!

"Was focused on doing what was best for the American people. Is that like thinking about other people when he didn't? He wasn't thinking about gay people. You know. And also he's so weird about gay stuff. He was like into Enda about anti discrimination, employment, but then he was all about the first amendment defense actor, whatever, which was about religious liberty. And I don't know if you know this care, but sometimes religious liberty is used to make gay people die. How hadn't heard. Yeah. So I think it is. It is something that I think you're right, like we see it split along. I remember the same thing with Scalia where I was like, listen, I hate him, and I think the world was moved on just fine without him and he was. He did things. He was racist. He did not like eight people. He spent his life making life worse for those people. And I don't think you can say to those individuals like, no, but you need to take a moment and be respectful. I find that really odd, and I know that and it's another one of those things where they're like, now's not the time. He just died and it's like all it is because now we're talking about him. And so I recognize that people, there are people who have different opinions on different people and. That's fine. But that's what happens when someone dies. That's what we're talking about. And you don't get to say, you have to wait until we've stopped having the conversation to say bad things about them or not even say bad things to point out the bad things about them, particularly if they are politicians and not even just like benign entertainers, it's not like Donna summer diet. It's like this is somebody who like dictated how life was for other people. You know, again, it's like how many times on Twitter people like, when are we going to have a conversation about gun control about? We have it now and the guy who took the most money from the NRA is like on the minds of everybody, right? And people can't wait to write the ninety five theses when you know a undocumented immigrant kill someone, so they can say, oh, immigrants do this. But you know, we have to wait before we can quote unquote politicize a politician after they die. Their life was politics, wasn't it? So cute though, how he started to move on about gay rights when his wife told him to, and his daughter told him to because it's up to women. To have consciences for men like Stephen curry, who all the sudden decided like feminism scenes, good. I have two daughters, right? Oh, good. Just half of the world being women wasn't the tipping point for you. Meghan McCain loves her brunch with her gays aren't. So you know, she had to tell daddy nice to finish Yesalis quoting Margaret Thatcher. Shutout Tamang attach in the Mickey manats. One thing I will say is like, for, you know, not liking anything. John McCain did. It was sort of nice to see that people could on different sides of the aisle could actually just genuinely like someone to say that, like, wow, this was an actual like decent person that I wouldn't mind being in an elevator with or whatever it was like, who's presidency was with different sides of the aisle. Sort of went out the window. We don't different fucking plans. Even that video the air up fake. It's just like weird watching a video with a room in, you know, just like full of white people who are like Obama is this evil Arab who is coming to steal our country, and those people are now in the limelight, but it also it made me nostalgic in a way where it was like, oh yeah, that was a lot better because at least he's not Donald Trump. I mean, like yes, Sarah Palin was there for sure, but it was..

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"yesalis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

06:50 min | 3 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Of beer beer. Knows is picking up the tab for the pizza and Amanda from iheart bought the chocolate cake which is delicious Yesalis. I'm eating it off survey how are you I'm doing. All right doing fantastic all right Erin as well just get this, out of the way right now Okay Kentucky did really look good in basketball and the amazing and I was surprised were you? Surprised I was because it takes a little bit for cows teams as sort of. Click I wasn't expecting for game two to explode the game. One I got. It and I was, like, look it's game. One they're not playing. Defense he's in the, stands? Right I was, like, okay you're if you're coaches the, stage you're not playing defense at least if I were the player that be the. Truth. Right But I, was? I was surprised, how, good they looked Saturday game was, telling yeah and I think we're going to be scary scary good was that the arch Megabyte. Yeah. The. Pink team yeah right Magazine maxim they just were explosive, and it warming out watching the. Game so euros booed around the? House. You and you're, spending your son. Yes. When you Kate basketball's really. Good yes it's just a good. Year. It's a good year for everything yes even if a tree falls, on the fence and. Breaks, the. Fence you. All, like whatever yeah. Thanks, good We're good here right right yeah? Thank. You for being, with us at. The. Office fire way say thank. You is the wife of a. Police. Officer a very much appreciate the appreciation you also to the police, yes but your hubby. Is, close. To Yes yes and I have. A huge list waiting around? The. Horseshoe too late to pull out Never Is that we're talking about boxer faith was the one that road with, Dwight not too long, ago and I look that was my fourth or fifth ride. Along I can't remember which, one but you you opened Dwight's is at. This I. Did it was. Interesting he, says never wrote in the front seat before Here's what I will say I didn't, because I've always done, this if an officer has somebody pulled over I get over. To the other lane on, the interstate this is. What I didn't realize. It's not. A courtesy it's. A long, game right it is and it's actually What is, that? Is it, a Philly class It's a misdemeanor later yeah definitely okay here's what I did notice every time I was with. Sergeant Fe and? Somebody would speed past this Clicking, on here goes the light goes. Start down the road, and I would look. Over, MSA. Say. Hey you wanna be good copper bad cop and it kept yelling at me you're not a cop Cop, car, thought he got upset upset, where you're, like I'm riding shotgun I get. To have a shot Right Every time we went like a Thornton's to get, gas how would it go up to, Kennedy, hey we're on the job Other Now I gotta tell you it was an, experience and I will tell you it was a Tony this on the air that day every time we pulled somebody over if it was no matter who it. Was I always got nervous with you walking up there just because I've seen what Amen you guys and gals in blue have gone. Through and I almost to the point when we first started almost a to a panic while walk up just because I visualize what. Happened so how do you get used to doing? That or do? You it's training training and just being. Prepared you, know every time you go up, there of, course Nine point nine nine percent of the time it's going to be a normal. Traffic stop and we hope for that obviously but we got to prepare for anything that happens only posts the car so what one. Thing I did notice and you brought it up? To me before? I brought it up to you is. Every time, that someone was pulled over for, for violation You treated every single, person, the exact, same way almost monotone without judgment is there something that just, you practice somebody everybody practice that's. Something. That we all do because it's not our, job, to to to issue punishment. It's just our job that document what's up is not safe and and again, that's what we're out there we're not out there to try to write. Citations as I said before though you know the good thing would be is if we didn't have anybody speeding wouldn't have no tickets to right so then we come harass you But but. The thing is again it's just you know when it comes to the traffic stuff you. Know it's everybody drives what is trying to make it. Safer, our families for your for everybody good good people do dumb things sometimes on the highway so it's not exactly you. Need a dyke the individuals as you pull them. Over the you know people are distracted, that's what we've been. Pounding for years with Aaron here Kentucky offs fire safety but now, we were going into school time that. Means there are buses on the road buses on the expressway we. Have more people driving after school to practices and back and, plays and all that. So we've gotta be diligent and what we, do here? Definitely you got a lot of inexperienced drivers out there that are starting to drive again. More than what they had before so you always gotta be, vigilant always paying, attention you want to be. A defensive driver not an aggressive driver that's the. Big we've got about, a, minute and, a half year your son now is five thirty five you've, been working for the Kentucky Vishwa. Safety. For a long time has, your Emotional okay described now driving around. With a five year old rather than before when. You do this job what's changed dramatically, well one thing I. Used to be a certified technician for child passenger safety which I, didn't know that it took a week. Long class to learn how to put a car seat yes it. Does yes Yes yes it took a week. Old, car seat. In Directly okay Percentage of cars at now have their seats in wrong or like sixty? Percent Right So I think about. That I look at other people's, cars you know what I pull into the parking lot look at their something. Wrong but also I am much more cautious knowing I have this precious cargo in the car with, me but I know why didn't I think about that before I really. Should've, yeah but this it's really opened my. Eyes we get that fatality report every day and see if there are any tallies the night, before and that's always just. Sobering, well thank you so much for what you. Do we appreciate you being with us all the time and and you have a piece of chocolate cake or I do too see, I'm not going to have. To, pieces you had to I had to officer. I'm not I'm not going to have one sergeant Fe because.

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"yesalis" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

Gettin' Grown

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on Gettin' Grown

"In terms of being an adult and i'm just a terrible terrible terrible value stressed out but tumultuous gaba grace an will what's going on this howarth things going on in your world while i'm pretty much in the same boat as you um i i hate adulting right now i hate everything about it i hate a unforeseen circumstances um i just i just i'm just fill in pre hateful let's where we at right now if we will be quite on the south allowing island i'm struggling batman any the it's really hard that soro bathrobe i think this this is a is important for us to be candid and transportaion about these days because it's the distal part of life sometimes you're not going to be all uh you know uh the betty about things sometimes you just got a like you know the reality that things are not going as well as you like but you just got to keep pushing through you just gotta get though he could only through this episode because both have work to do after he get all here god we're gonna jump through we're actually going to you know spice things that we've got times in times of honesty box emails and we're going to kill very burr's oncetony we're going to have honesty bag we can shut out shout jade out the for the name she said we should have honesty bag of episode inches bank through three or four musty phase out you know what i'm saying because we wanna keep you keep cinema we not tell you to stop sending oh but we want to just try to get through them we don't watch obviously you're like are they in a remark rights for you so we are doing an odyssey back but we also have quite a bit of trial yesalis jump right into the and we also have a shot at some isis so you know all is not lost we're not and we're also you know we're heading into march were wanna to have lots of good content coming with us with special guest and we're going to be launching are book club episodes i hope you guys have picked up your books in are ready.

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"yesalis" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on KCRW

"Is what we make of it it just give grams a right same way we have other rights that are regulated in reasonable time placing manner what what happens is we have not only got this extraordinarily lax enforcement regime but it is deliberately and intentionally perforated in ways that in that deliberately create a secondary black market in order to make the background check system not work and the background checks are sabotaged by the vast majority of the states that don't cooperate with it fully even the military i think you're is not does not report court martials to the federal background checks us more didn't before the terrible slaughter in texas in november and just prior to two on back to justice point i doubt very much it would pass constitional muster to make people firm it of li positively prove they should be able to enjoy what's the constitutional right and i think you're mixing things up about illegal guns yesalis go straw purchases and all that but these perpetrators of these massacres they're not buying guns illegally from this vast pool of illegal guns that street that street crime that happens we should try to crack down on it they are purchasing these guns legally because again they aren't criminals and they haven't been adjudicated in a country of second amendments can be very very hard to stop them from attaining these weapons it is the system engineered to fail and other 'this is not inevitable the guns in these nascar's dave they aren't obtained from illegal markets they're just not i have to cut off their david frum we'll be back with us leader in the show and i will be back with rich lowry national review and katrina vanden heuvel of the nation magazine to talk about infrastructure the budget and failed votes on immigration you're listening cla frightened incentive what do you think share your thoughts on today's show on our facebook page poor tweet us at lrc kcr w and download the casey are w app to listen to left right and centre on demand.

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"yesalis" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

"They came out and he has his back to them and now you know an opponent they came out with a gatorade and awarded all over guillermo earmarked they've on that he had ice water all i may gave him an ice water beth may played fliegel supply cuts as they came out for the thing that's fun and and cory clement his deums probably were filling up last night out on that very murray star player y'all rookie handsome young man good luck cory go for me of bhutto was a special coma solution a toby though mick falls i know exactly the position these and we all have power than suddenly you have power for example what powered his yet he's the tpp won the super bowl not karzai wet say aso mayor vows him his age are gonna be like you've got to get rid of cards and where it's la salle now and they'll say i'm under contract here you're under contract go go go go and julius appropriate it's awesome oh koerbel this is wants his team knows no across the gaza club no cards has earnest bought back what john lesson edge of the beasts now it's is no it's not a garrett listen yesalis when you of the ever had earn your spot back uh were logano let me first wonderful wonderful tim duncan was back amir meal tim duncan isn't backing hesse or what have you us look here i'll decide to go i love nick falls nick falls alumni super bowl for the rest of my life i'm going to love nick falls and nick thank you thank you thank you carson went to stimulate vases even set it himself good 'cause you know because he's being politically correct but now they think he is us now that i've alert martine to sue bo tumor i have a seat at the table nama so those williams all zambuk i'm just saying we would dare experience with that wind you can go back to be an backup don't do it don't do to you serve you've only michaels will control that he's under contract said.

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"yesalis" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

"They came out and he has his back to them and now you know an opponent they came out with a gatorade and awarded all over guillermo earmarked they've on that he had ice water all i may gave him an ice water beth may played fliegel supply cuts as they came out for the thing that's fun and and cory clement his deums probably were filling up last night out on that very murray star player y'all rookie handsome young man good luck cory go for me of bhutto was a special coma solution a toby though mick falls i know exactly the position these and we all have power than suddenly you have power for example what powered his yet he's the tpp won the super bowl not karzai wet say aso mayor vows him his age are gonna be like you've got to get rid of cards and where it's la salle now and they'll say i'm under contract here you're under contract go go go go and julius appropriate it's awesome oh koerbel this is wants his team knows no across the gaza club no cards has earnest bought back what john lesson edge of the beasts now it's is no it's not a garrett listen yesalis when you of the ever had earn your spot back uh were logano let me first wonderful wonderful tim duncan was back amir meal tim duncan isn't backing hesse or what have you us look here i'll decide to go i love nick falls nick falls alumni super bowl for the rest of my life i'm going to love nick falls and nick thank you thank you thank you carson went to stimulate vases even set it himself good 'cause you know because he's being politically correct but now they think he is us now that i've alert martine to sue bo tumor i have a seat at the table nama so those williams all zambuk i'm just saying we would dare experience with that wind you can go back to be an backup don't do it don't do to you serve you've only michaels will control that he's under contract said.

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"yesalis" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

The Big Podcast With Shaq

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on The Big Podcast With Shaq

"They came out and he has his back to them and now you know an opponent they came out with a gatorade and awarded all over guillermo earmarked they've on that he had ice water all i may gave him an ice water beth may played fliegel supply cuts as they came out for the thing that's fun and and cory clement his deums probably were filling up last night out on that very murray star player y'all rookie handsome young man good luck cory go for me of bhutto was a special coma solution a toby though mick falls i know exactly the position these and we all have power than suddenly you have power for example what powered his yet he's the tpp won the super bowl not karzai wet say aso mayor vows him his age are gonna be like you've got to get rid of cards and where it's la salle now and they'll say i'm under contract here you're under contract go go go go and julius appropriate it's awesome oh koerbel this is wants his team knows no across the gaza club no cards has earnest bought back what john lesson edge of the beasts now it's is no it's not a garrett listen yesalis when you of the ever had earn your spot back uh were logano let me first wonderful wonderful tim duncan was back amir meal tim duncan isn't backing hesse or what have you us look here i'll decide to go i love nick falls nick falls alumni super bowl for the rest of my life i'm going to love nick falls and nick thank you thank you thank you carson went to stimulate vases even set it himself good 'cause you know because he's being politically correct but now they think he is us now that i've alert martine to sue bo tumor i have a seat at the table nama so those williams all zambuk i'm just saying we would dare experience with that wind you can go back to be an backup don't do it don't do to you serve you've only michaels will control that he's under contract said.

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"yesalis" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on KGO 810

"That's an excellent move in terms of maximizing utility from public infrastructure we need to do more of that while respecting the desire of people to have a traditional singlefamily lie out in the suburbs yesalis level at it i i appreciate that doug is a real concern of mine i mean i have kids i have socked cousins nieces nephews and everybody and everybody is suffering due to the housing here right now one last quick question for you doug olshey running for governor here would you kill the low to moderate speed rail on your first day is it possible for you to do that yes okay i just i mean you just stop to stop to sonck undertaking yeah that one day i mean that's money that can be spent elsewhere where that that can address 'cause you know if we have a lot more housing then we need to have more infrastructure in the low to moderate speed rail in accomplishing it somebody wants to learn more doug how do they learn more about your your candidacy for we are going to try and were trying to get our website up somebody ended up hijack eat my douglas p dot com web address and i'm having a basically buy it back really kicked me off but it is what it is um when we get that up just watch on google or watch on your feed we'll have it up soon enough but it's not up now apologize for that i do want to go back to the wire thing if he got a moment i i i apologise that what will have catch up again see them back yet doug time thank you so much we appreciate that dog and not coming up in just a moment with you saw the news with president trump did for solar panels subsidies did he finally put a crossed through the heart acm traffic well this is the everything is clearing up report cambrian park south at eighty five at union an accident there just about gone speech picky backup from winchester though you do really have some slow traffic in stretches from their back into cupertino and mountain view southbound one on one two accidents cleared one before north line and another before san antonio road and that jam of is rapidly improving from university and fell although oakland eastbound 580 park boulevard that accident is finally gone and traffic is.

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"yesalis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:04 min | 4 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Guess uh wait till see how that one comes back um so bill burr's going to join us in a half hour and dip lows going to join us in an hour and method man has gotten off light he is high so we will get back to method man tomorrow and find him and do our celebrity predictions with him last 30second of the show in so weird the read the guest reset discussion she so our show which part phil burr's joining us met the man is high he won't be joining us today di maggio line as well i'm i know what you meant note the on the plane just a weird yesalis even prorussia a dip washer be interesting at 1230 ba let's get back into this tara taylor stories to god's because i know you guys are tired of was race a factor but when eight moving quarterback is not having a system put in place for moving quarterback and then it's a bunch of white people putting together a system for the white quarterback kennedy race playing a factor within that without it being racism playing a factor with in that and why i don't know how you even separate those two things because usually we just end up arguing when anyone mentioned any of it but i'm just curious if not in a situation where a quarterback who is one who doesn't throw interceptions who basically looks like alex smith and plays like alec smith but also throws the ball deep when that system around him is not made for him the way it is four alec smith in kansas city and when they go with a more prototypical favoring the statuesque white quarterback system with nathan peterman nasr their guy who he's pretty led footed writing peterman is a guy who's got a big arm but looked more like the prototype unfair for tyron taylor to look at that think to himself while looking in the mirror i am alex smith with a deep ball and say to himself really are we going another route here with a quarterback.

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"yesalis" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

01:50 min | 4 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"I missed the whole super nintendo thing that i haven't released a lot of the same way ally the same data played mary occurred on friends superintendent but beyond that i didn't really have a whole lot of exposure to the universe but that was kinda like the next generation right so i think the games that resonated with the the most number of numbers of people were on both genesis ns nia so as you're andrey lives your nba jam your madden your nhl i think ryan any is coming in here right now is a good transition um ryan we're talking about s tie went straight from any s to genesis and sort of skipped over the s n e s realm so that really didn't hurt him because a lot of the major titles were released for both genesis and snis turkey a sports titles now um but i don't i i don't think there's a a big gap of games that you missed so we'll start with that so ryan were you did you own a genesis or sids have you plates portrayed against have played sports really answer the first console my family ever own as an intent of 64 okay but you had friends who own these consul for purposes of this conversation definitely add friends and they thought i was great because they thought he was the coolest kid so the only thing that you missed was that we discovered that as an only child was basically mr macintosh and yet accessory so here way he had a million dollar villa kissinger don't worry about a tight was like the super what was the the fred savage movie where he had like a wizard the wizard wizard yet let fred savaged was lairg the hook into the movie right was not the video game russ yesalis right.

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"yesalis" Discussed on Soonish

Soonish

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"yesalis" Discussed on Soonish

"And speaking of the moon i want to finish up becoming all the way back around to blared wits company lunar station where they're working to launch a small satellite that will do persistent video reconnaissance of the moon their stories interesting partly because is an example of the way the commercial space industry is growing up and becoming standardised do its cofounder at lunar station is a guy named barracks legal milk so grow it up my dream has always been said to be an astra of in love with space and so is a little kid really he's a former nuclear submarine officer with the us navy and now he's getting dual masters degrees at mit in management and air nautical and astronautical engineering and one thing that i think is really special about this project is that it's an enabler to the future human expansion off of earth right and this is really step one of that in a lot of ways is is understanding the moon in understanding its central role to expansion to to mars and beyond part of legal milk's job is to oversee the technical side of building the first moon watcher satellite so asked him to walk me through the basic design yesalis so raising us three you keep satellite architecture so a three refers the the standardize of form of cube said that is currently in use in that one you is tense amir's but tensson miers by ten samir's acute and so three is literally just three of those cubes stacked and on end so the houston format with originally came out of the the academic rome to make experiments lower cost more standardized inept literature to the the private industry and it's been huge for the reason of giving stare format so other vendors can creates a lower cost aired as components with same four vector uh so it's creating a kind of an entire new market that's enabling businesses like ourselves who want to put small satellites into orbit the standard components on the moon watcher satellite are things like electrical systems and solar panels and radio transceiver but the important part is the digital camera which will point at the moon continuously.

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