35 Burst results for "Yuval"

House passes semi-automatic gun ban after 18-year lapse

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 2 weeks ago

House passes semi-automatic gun ban after 18-year lapse

"I Mike rossia reporting the house passes a ban on semi-automatic weapons after an 18 year lapse After a day of impassioned debate 67% of Americans support an assault weapon ban The latest so called assault weapons ban is unconstitutional We have a responsibility to try and stop mass shootings Let's call this for what it is It's a gun grab The House passed legislation Friday evening to revive a band on semi-automatic weapons On this vote the yeas are 217 The nays are 213 The bill would outlaw importing selling or manufacturing a wide array of semi-automatic weapons but judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler said it would exempt those already in possession Democrats pushed through the legislation in response to a wave of mass shootings including those at a buffalo New York supermarket and rob elementary school in Yuval Texas nearly all Republicans in the House voted against the bill and the legislation could stall in the 50 50 Senate Mike Gracia Washington

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Senator Angus King: There Is No Excuse for Uvalde

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Senator Angus King: There Is No Excuse for Uvalde

"I got to ask you about you've Aldi, but I want to preface this by saying you're an Abbott guy. I'm an avid guy, the governor is going to win handily. Beto is not the answer for protection. I don't know how many questions. You got to beat him like three times and then maybe he'll go away, but you've all the seared into people's mind. 400 law enforcement officers. You are yourself. Law enforcement officer. What happened? You know, it was a, it was a catastrophe. The things that make good law enforcement are good training, good recruitment, good supervision, well funded law enforcement. They had none of that and Yuval. If you picture everything that goes wrong, it's an embarrassment to the law enforcement community. A humiliation and it's a tragedy of tragedies. And we are going to do everything we can to make sure that that never, ever happens again now. I'm just telling you, we can make those schools. We can lock them up. We can make them prisons. And someone will stand across the street and shoot with a rifle into the playground. They'll run to the bus, jump on the bus, they'll go to the football games. There's always ways people can do things. But our job is to make it as tough a target as possible to have as good and well trained school, personnel to deal with it, and to make sure that we got law enforcement that knows how to deal with that. When I was first became a cop, the deal was, if you had an active shooter, you secured the perimeter, and then you waited for S.W.A.T.. That was the job. That's not the way it's been sent Columbine. These officers dealt with it like it was pre Columbine. They did not go in. I have no idea why. If you and I had been there with no law enforcement training, we'd have been busting out the wind to doing something. But those officers, there's a time when as an officer, you know, you go in and you may be shot as the first one going in, you may be shot as a second one going in, but that third one or whatever is going to take out that shooter and save those children. That's what should have happened, and there is no excuse at all.

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DL Hughley: Uvalde Police Waited to Confront Gunman

The Officer Tatum Show

02:13 min | 3 weeks ago

DL Hughley: Uvalde Police Waited to Confront Gunman

"Yet. Somebody that I have been waiting to do a diss track on. It's almost like a rapper. I want to diss this person. Is DL hughley. I've been, I told the lord, I said, lord, please give me a radio show. That's big enough and syndicated. So I can tell the truth about DO hughley. I used to love DIA hughley. He was a part of the kings of comedy, I used to love him growing up. He's an incredible comedian, but this man is so woke. And he hates white people so much. That is sickening to me. And he's always talking about people like me and others like me who are black who are conservative and he's even named me because my uncle used to listen to deal he will then deal healey start talking trash about me on the radio and so my uncle told me and he said he don't mess with DL he did no more. Because DIA hughley is fake to me. And he's an example in his exemplification of the weak black men in America. That literally can not think for themselves. And everything that come out of their mouth is from the perspective of a complete victim. Now, I have talked about you to the point where I'm done even I don't even want to say the word y'all anymore. However, DL hughley decided to make comments about Yuval D and I wanted to give him an honest take on it. But he can't help but make it about race. So without further ado, let's play the deal, he could clip where he's talking about you valdi. It definitely retreated. When I saw that video from the first though, who the hell is the mayor to get more mad at the video coming out than the police officers who perpetrated being police officers on that day? Because all right, put a pause on it. So before he says this, he talks about governor Abbott. He mentions that governor Abbott came out and said the police did everything they could do and in the next day governor ever said he was disappointed that he was then told he wasn't told accurate information.

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Listener Text: Uvalde Shooting Shows Teachers Should Be Armed

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | Last month

Listener Text: Uvalde Shooting Shows Teachers Should Be Armed

"I've got this great text line, the pure talk text line where you can text me a comment, and there was a texture who said the Yuval situation. Because more and more horrific news keeps coming out, if you've already last night, these anguished parents at a school board meeting, the tears, the sorrow, the rage, Piers Morgan, wrote a scathing editorial in the New York Post and bear in mind, Piers Morgan's and anti gun guy. He's an anti gun Britt. He's anti Second Amendment. But he said what most of us are thinking that every one of those police officers should turn in their badge. Every single one of them should lose their jobs. All of them. I mean, at least the ones in positions of authority, a supervisory capacity who wouldn't allow a rescue of these victims. Pretty tough stuff from Piers Morgan. I'll share that column with you at some point. But in the meantime, here's what the text message said if the situation doesn't make the case for arming teachers in the classroom, nothing does. If you've already doesn't make the case for arming teachers in the classroom, nothing does.

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The Effectiveness of Opporation Warp Speed

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:51 min | Last month

The Effectiveness of Opporation Warp Speed

"In Yuval D, we saw paralysis on the part I think 400 law enforcement officers. Yeah. And in the COVID years, and that paralysis resulted in massive loss of life and tragedy. And maybe some of the couldn't have been prevented, but certainly the response, the paralyzed inability to act. Led to the death of children who died from bleeding out and teachers who died from bleeding out. The paralysis at the public health level and at the public education level led to terrible consequences, and I think that's what you're referring to is that group think will kill things. If we're not careful of it, but it saved a lot of lives and getting operation warp speed. I firmly believe the vaccine is very good for the world and China is still struggling because it's not vaccinated with effective vaccines. But we aren't. So where do we land on this? Well, I think operational work speed struck me as kind of the last gasp of a World War II style operation in the American government. In part, because president Trump, just born in 1946, heard heroic tales of World War II admired American generals in World War II. We just had this sort of view of what he had thought World War II was. And one of the things that the United States did to win World War II was we had this enormous industrial capacity, which we expanded. And we weren't too careful about efficiency. We just threw money at the problem. And that's what operation warp speed did. They knew a lot of the money would not turn out. They funded multiple research projects at a single time.

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Indiana Man Runs Into Burning Home to Save 5 Children Trapped Inside

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:58 min | Last month

Indiana Man Runs Into Burning Home to Save 5 Children Trapped Inside

"Another story before I go further into how the media has covered what happened in Indiana, which is despicable. Indiana man hailed as hero after saving 5 people, including children from house fire. This is just a couple days ago. Isn't it amazing on the media doesn't cover this? The national media, they're too busy worrying about Ukraine or worrying about gun control or this other story we're going to hit. How biological male Thomas nominated for woman of the year? That's the NCAA. But this Indiana man, this is an amazing story. And this is what America is really made of, not those Yuval day cowards. Nick bostick of Lafayette was driving by on his way home when he saw flames coming out of a home around 1230 in the morning. I saw the fire on the balcony so I slammed on the brakes, pulled in the driveway, ran into the house from the back and I was hollering, quote, is anybody there. This random person bostick rushed into the burning home and saw four people. He helped them get to safety right away, but was then told one of the children was still missing. This random good Samaritan then rushes back into the a home only to be confronted with growing flames and thick black smoke. The smoke came out of nowhere. It was pitch black. The heat was excruciating. Bostic was able to locate the child after he heard faint crying. He grabbed the child and jumped out of the second story window to avoid the flames. I grabbed her and held her snug and ran up those stairs like a running back for the colts. I jumped out of the window, said boss stick. There's just a random guy. Dramatic body camera footage from a police officer shows the moment bostick emerged from the home with a 6 year old child. Bostick severed cuts burns and blisters on legs in his arm, he shared at a hospital after several days. He was treated a hospital Wednesday after several days of treatment, waking up every morning, I have something to remind me of why I'm here still alive. Why God keeps me here.

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More Disappointing News From the Uvalde Police Unfolds

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 min | Last month

More Disappointing News From the Uvalde Police Unfolds

"As we have learned in the recent report, what happened and you've all day is not just unacceptable, it's one of the great moral injustices of modern times. Breaking report nearly 400 local state and federal officers waited outside Yuval day school as gunmen targeted children. 400. There were nearly 400 officers on the scene as the gunman massacred children and teachers for 73 minutes. They were a 149 border patrol agents, 91 state police, 25 uvalde police, and 16 members of the Yuval the sheriff's police and 5 members of the school district. Four hundred people. That stood and largely did nothing for 73 minutes. Bureaucratic paralysis. It makes me think as if that is the direction the rulers and the elites are getting us closer to.

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Caller: An Important Clause From the Communications Act

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:07 min | Last month

Caller: An Important Clause From the Communications Act

"Yeah, there has to be there has to be consideration for emergencies. It's like I have a correlation to that with kids and cell phones in high school. High schools say no cell phone. No cell phones, and but yet my fear is that, say, a kid calls 9-1-1 because an active shooter or some other thing happens on a cell phone. He calls 9-1-1 saves a day and expel the kid. Well, with a cell phone, I can speak to this. I have two FCC licenses, a commercial broadcast license, a ham radio license. There's a clause in the communication act that says an emergency is any immediate threat to life safety or property use whatever means available to summon aid. In that case there would be a federal override and the person could go after the school saying, hey, put my kid back in. He saved the date. You know what? You know what your point reminds me of those poor little children in the Yuval di classroom who were calling the police. They were calling from inside the classroom. And of course, even then it didn't do them any good. But you're right in the real world it would have. In the real world, they would have a police department would have said or sheriff's department or anybody would have said, my gosh, there's kids in there calling for help. We got to break down the door and get in there.

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Damning report, new footage show chaos of Uvalde response

AP News Radio

01:02 min | Last month

Damning report, new footage show chaos of Uvalde response

"A new report and hours of body camera footage lay Barra bewildering response as nearly 400 officers rushed to a mass shooting at a Texas elementary school Three hours of police body camera video released by the city of Yuval di Texas has fueled the anguish surrounding the inaction detail than a damning 77 page report an investigative committee from the Texas House of Representatives finds systemic failures created a chaotic scene that lasted 72 minutes before the gunman inside rob elementary school was finally confronted and killed In this body camera video excerpt you've all these S.W.A.T. commander staff sergeant Eduardo canales reacts after being injured by shots fired as he approached the classrooms Footage recorded by officer Justin Mendoza's body camera captures heartbreak and confusion The room is full of victims The committee report concluded that law enforcement responders failed to adhere to their active shooter training and failed to prioritize saving innocent lives over their own safety I'm Jennifer King

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"yuval" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:36 min | Last month

"yuval" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At the united center, the latest on the Yuval di police response and the bestest speed jokes all coming up. That's tomorrow starting at ten on WGN. won't be baby you got your satisfied because the meal will come from down to night with us I thought I got everything all you good girl. I'm Raleigh James that's Roy Rogers from the rhythm and groove album 1996 and that happens to be my favorite treatment of a Willie Dixon song and it's interesting about the time it came out. I'd go to Annapolis and on Saturday night at the Szechuan they'd have like Szechuan doo wop that was really out there with a jock that was play and do art music only in Annapolis, right? And he played this and I said, what is that? That's Roy Rogers and not the guy with the horse, right? And I have a lot of written by Willie Dixon. I know the song I've never heard it that way. And the other Dixon would have turned a 107

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Uvalde video raises more calls for police accountability

AP News Radio

01:22 min | Last month

Uvalde video raises more calls for police accountability

"Video released this week from rob elementary school in uvalde Texas showing heavily armed police officers lingering in the hallway before confronting the gunman who killed 19 children and two teachers at renewing questions about police accountability I'm Ben Thomas with the latest I did watch the Yuval do videotape but it's horrifying Texas senator Ted Cruz telling reporters on Capitol Hill officers should have gone into the classrooms much more quickly To watch that extended standoff go for 77 minutes including some 45 minutes after they had ballistic shields It's indefensible And it's frankly infuriating the community Is understandably deeply frustrated Only one officer who was on the scene is known to be on leave and nearly two months after the massacre there's still disagreement about who was in charge Some you've all the residents have called the officers lack of action cowardly and Cruz says law enforcement failed to provide an honest and accurate description of what happened Over and over again what they told us in the day after that crime was committed has been contradicted by the facts And that Is completely unacceptable I think there needs to be transparency There needs to be accountability I'm Ben Thomas

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Texas Outlets Publish Disturbing Uvalde Surveillance Video

The Officer Tatum Show

01:48 min | Last month

Texas Outlets Publish Disturbing Uvalde Surveillance Video

"Let me get to the subject at hand, you all day. And for those of you who don't know, if you've been following the Yuval this situation, I've been following a very closely. I think I've listened to every press conference and I've read almost every document of investigatory significance so I can have a balanced perspective about you valdi. And so I did all the research so you don't have to do it all. And they released footage from outside of the school which contained the crash from the suspect, they showed a suspect shooting at people that were running towards a funeral home. They showed a suspect entering into the school. They showed the suspect walking down the hallways and then shooting into a classroom before entering and shooting over a hundred rounds into the classroom. I think that it is absolutely despicable. That they released a video of that young man. I don't mind them releasing video. I think it's all stupid if you ask me. But I don't mind and release a videos on what the police interaction was with the police did in the hallway. But the show, the suspect, to play the gunshots and according to the video I saw they had to blur out the screams from the children. That is absolutely unacceptable. To put that information out there, knowing that there are parents who are freshly buried their children who may be exposed to the video and have to relive the horror of imagining and watching that coward walk through the hallway twirling the gun around indiscriminately shooting and killing multiple kids.

"yuval" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:26 min | Last month

"yuval" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"On in New York and around the world, good morning Michael. Good morning, Nathan. Tragedy in New York City, two people are dead after a boat capsized in the Hudson River in Manhattan. Police commissioner keech in Seoul says it happened mid afternoon. This is a tragic day for New Yorkers. Indeed, it may have well been worse or not for the incredible effort by not only our own extraordinary first responders, but also the swift response from the New York waterway fairies, who rescued 9 additional people from the water. A nearby ferry rushed to help pull people from the water, as mentioned by police commissioner kitchen sewell, at least 9 others were sent to local hospitals. The mayor of Texas is furious after video footage from the rob elementary school hallway was leaked ahead of a private family viewing scheduled for this weekend. Yuval di mayor Don McLaughlin says he feels the families were blindsided by the release of the tape. And when it comes to the local state and federal authorities seen waiting in the hallway while the violence inside continued. McLaughlin once everybody who's seen on the tape to be held accountable. I'm not shifting the blame. But there was enough high powered officer U.S. Marshals, DPS, border patrol, DHS, to come in there and say, hey, we're going. We're doing this. The Austin American statesman and a local TV station released an edited version of the 77 minutes surveillance video. According to CNN one video shows the gunman entering the school and walking down the hallway with the long rifle, the recording also shows officers approaching the classroom that the shooter was in, but then retreated down the hallway and took cover when gunfire is heard. It was more than an hour later before authorities confronted and killed the shooter. Sri Lanka's president fled the country early today, slipping away only hours before he promised to step down under pressure from protesters angry over economic chaos that has triggered severe shortages of food and fuel. Thousands of protesters are also demanding that the prime minister resign. A U.S. gun rights group sued to overturn New York's assault weapons ban, less than a month after the U.S. Supreme Court struck down the related state law that limited who could carry a handgun in public. The firearms policy coalition says the ban violates the Second Amendment. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake, powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts and more than a 120 countries. Michael Barr and this is Bloomberg Nathan. Thanks, Michael

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Uvalde mayor: Police didn't get early chance to end massacre

AP News Radio

00:50 sec | Last month

Uvalde mayor: Police didn't get early chance to end massacre

"Another dispute has arisen over the law enforcement response to the school shooting and Texas in May that left 21 dead AP correspondent Norman hall reports Yuval di mayor Don McLaughlin has challenged a new report that alleges miss chances to quickly end the massacre at rob elementary one of the deadliest classroom shootings in U.S. history McLaughlin said no you've already police officers saw the gunman outside this school before he went inside and that none of the officers had an opportunity to fire on the shooter Those comments contradict the findings released this week by tactical response experts at Texas state university Has previously accused state police officials a publicly giving an incomplete and one sided account of an ongoing investigation He says dozens of state troopers were also at the school at the time of the breach I Norman

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Uvalde Officer Sought Permission to Shoot During Massacre

The Officer Tatum Show

00:49 sec | Last month

Uvalde Officer Sought Permission to Shoot During Massacre

"Let's move on to another topic. And this is just a quick insert because I mentioned this yesterday on my show about Yuval. And about a report from the investigation that revealed that there was an officer that saw the suspect and had to ask or decided that he would ask a supervisor to engage the suspect after reading the fool. I didn't read it. It was 27 pages I read 16 of the 27 pages I still got a few more pages to read. But after going through the investigatory report, it's not cut and dry. According to the report, he was over a 140 a 140 yards away from the shooter. When he asked for a supervisor to give him permission to shoot, the guy going into the school.

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Was the Highland Park Shooter Seeking Attention?

The Officer Tatum Show

01:19 min | Last month

Was the Highland Park Shooter Seeking Attention?

"Let me say this very clearly and be straightforward. Why are people posting the name and the photo of the lunatic who decided to go and shoot and kill people at an Independence Day parade? Why? Do we not understand that this is exactly what he wants? He wants people to post his face to post his name so he can go down in history. If you ask me, his attempt was to outdo the Yuval day shooter. His attempt was to outdo the buffalo shooter. That was his attempt. Because he has probably zero experience shooting with an AR-15 and has the heart of Minnie mouse, thank God that he didn't cause more damage than he did. Because he don't understand ballistics and tactical deployment of an AR-15, he didn't, he didn't kill a lot of people which he could because he had a lot of candidates that he could have taken out. So thank God he wasn't as prepared. But in his mind, he believed he was going to go down in history to be the most prolific shooter in Chicago or not in Chicago, but in Illinois state history.

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The Inhumanity of Joe Biden's Open Border

Mark Levin

01:13 min | Last month

The Inhumanity of Joe Biden's Open Border

"Now we know last week 53 illegal immigrants boiled to death In the back of a sweltering truck that smuggled them across the Texas border That's a tall far greater than buffalo Yuval day And this latest mass murder combined Well before that atrocity sheriff Mark lamb witnessed an extraordinary piece of evidence That convinced him of the inhumanity of Joe Biden's open border It was a plastic baggy stuffed in the shirt of young migrant woman Caught by his deputies wondering wandering through Arizona She had a baggy full of pills lame recounted and so we started saying hey what are the pills for and she says look when I was going across the border I knew I'd get rape multiple times These are morning after pills Those of you who have a Democrat representative in the House so called moderate They've done nothing about this

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Charlie Explores the Concept of Nihilism

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:36 min | Last month

Charlie Explores the Concept of Nihilism

"Nihilism is something I want to explore with many of you. Nihilism is more than the belief in nothing. It's the belief that there is no harmony. There is no synchronicity. There is no design to the entire universe. Nihilism is a very easy conclusion to come to. When you are raised in a secular public government school system. Nihilism is basically the belief, it's even deeper than cynicism. That there is nothing but pleasure and pain and the darkness that you might be feeling, any happiness that people outside of you might be experiencing is nothing more than an aberration and a mirage. Some of the worst acts of violence have happened in our country. Under the false and the misleading, dangerous sinister and evil belief of nihilism. Now this is a very important point. When you actually look at what these people believed, many of these shooters, Yuval day, buffalo, very few of them have articulate doctrines or dogmas. Very few of them are like the psychopath, Ted Kaczynski, the unabomber, who wrote a long, dissertation and treatise on the downfalls of technology. Very few people are like that. No, this is something different. These are not people that are committing acts of violence for a reason. It seems they're doing it for no reason at

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Senate OKs landmark gun violence bill, House passage is next

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Senate OKs landmark gun violence bill, House passage is next

"Hi Mike Gracia reporting the Senate okays a landmark gun violence Bill House passage is next On a 65 33 vote with 15 Republicans joining all Democrats and two independents the Senate easily approved a bipartisan gun violence Bill Thursday night Republican senator John cornyn of Texas was one of the key architects The potential we have to save lives is worth any sort of concession we might have had to make during the negotiation Democratic senator Richard blumenthal It's not the measure I would have written if I'd been doing it alone But it marks meaningful progress The bill which follows mass shootings in Buffalo New York and Yuval di Texas would toughen background checks for the youngest gun buyers help states put in red flag laws and fund local programs for school safety mental health and violence prevention The house now takes up the measure Mike Gracia Washington

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Jack Posobiec Discusses the Inexcusable Inaction of the Uvalde Police

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:01 min | Last month

Jack Posobiec Discusses the Inexcusable Inaction of the Uvalde Police

"On the cutting edge of what's happening and you've all day. I think this is important for two reasons. Number one, we should always care about the truth, always. But number two, I think that it's important when it comes to our gun control debate right now. Because if we look at Yuval day as the facts actually show us, this has very little to do about gun purchasing or red flag laws, and a lot more about a police failure to intervene. What are your thoughts? Well, one of the big things that people need to understand about you validity, and it's actually something that even in the initial reporting. And this is something where I do have to ask for forgiveness on because when this all happened, I was over in Davos, Switzerland, I'm going up and down the Alps, where getting detained, we went to Ukraine. I come back. And that's what I really was able to start sinking my teeth into the details here. Then yesterday, the Texas Department of Public Safety comes out. That's the head of the Texas police and they start releasing these documents based on the timeline based on some of the 9-1-1 calls, the dispatcher calls with the local chief. And so now we've been able to dig through those documents to dig through this hearing. And one thing that I think everybody needs to understand is that this guy Pete arradondo, one of the names you need to memorize in this is Pete arradondo. Originally, the way it was being reported, I think a lot of people had the misunderstanding that he was the chief of police for all of you validated. It's not true. He's actually the chief of police for the validity ci DS, the consolidated independent or CIA SD school district. So he's the chief of police just for that school. That is his sole duty, his sole responsibility, and it's a 6 man force that is directly assigned for the security of that school. They're brought on by the school board, and then that's, of course, working in conjunction with the city council. But this really is a situation where he had one charge and that was the defense of this school. And so when

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"yuval" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:45 min | 2 months ago

"yuval" Discussed on WTOP

"Rich hunter Alicia abelson is our producer The top story we're following for you today CBS News special report hundreds of people have attended the first funerals and Yuval Texas a week after a school shooting Officers with customs and border protection came to the memorial outside rob elementary school to lay a wreath many clearly shaken Also the memorial after Matthew McConaughey who grew up and Yuval di There will be 9 more funerals this week and the rest in the weeks to come CBS lilia Luciano soul shine industries in Edna Texas has created caskets for the 19 children killed in the shooting Owner Trey ganon Being able to go to the homes is something that's very emotional for me I become part of the family and to listen to them talk about their loved ones It helps me incorporate the design for the caskets The school district police chief reportedly isn't answering follow-up questions from state officials about his decision not to send his officers into the school immediately CBS News special report I'm Christopher Cruise Some new developments in that school shooting investigation investigators now say the teacher who propped open the door the gum and used to get inside rob elementary school did close the door but the door did not lock Initially they said the teacher did not remove The Rock she used to prop the door before the gunman entered the school House Democrats planned to quickly take up a package of gun bills this week as senators pursue more narrow talks on possible gun legislation WTO's Mitchell Miller is on Capitol Hill Connecticut democratic senator Chris Murphy remains hopeful talks with Texas Republican John cornyn can produce an agreement I have.

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"yuval" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:39 min | 2 months ago

"yuval" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Not the one that lost it was your wife right Okay Your brother in law The talk turns to another person who lost his life in this tragedy The shooter I know his family as well He lived on the street for my mom's news baby you know And because this is Yuval date they mourn him too as one of their own He was 18 but Martinez keeps referring to him as that little boy It's real sad I mean all the way around Paris switches between English and Spanish as many Latinos and Yuval they do as she wonders at the demons that haunted him Probably this isn't going to have a lot He must have been so angry to take it out of the children she says some arepa worries about his grandmother who he shot just before heading to the school They've been friends with her for years know her as Sally When you say Sally everybody knows Sally I'm going love garden God for plans Barely a week ago some arepas swung by Sally's house to pick up some plants she was selling Now Sally's in the hospital You know everybody should pray more people are showing up to help to pack the burgers into paper bags Including Monique Rodriguez dressed in a white T-shirt with the words Yuval de strong printed on it Her 9 year old daughter stands by her side Hair and high ponytail expression somber The girl was at rob when the shooting started By the time Rodriguez was united with her she was hysterical Days later she still seems numbs as Rodriguez She has her moments She has her moments where she just cries So Rodriguez is trying to at least keep her busy focused on helping others.

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"yuval" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:51 min | 2 months ago

"yuval" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"We approach and get into summer I'm not expecting much relief at all in fact gas prices are like glitter remain high for a majority of the summer We may see a little dose of relief here and there But overall the most painful summer we've ever seen 1.4 million passengers are expected to pass through O'Hare and midway Today through next Tuesday at O'Hare they're expecting a 47% increase in passenger traffic compared to last Memorial Day Nick Gale 8 90 WLS news Law enforcement combing through the social media presence of Yuval de school shooter Salvador Ramos including its activity in the live streaming platform U boat where he allegedly posted videos of animal abuse before the rampage ABC's chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas is while these posts are disturbing they were likely not enough to warrant concern from police on their own In this case were any of the suspects post alone enough to notify law enforcement and stop him from buying two assault rifles The Texas governor says there were no flashing lights and that the only messages indicating imminent danger with those said 30 minutes before the attack met a parrot company for Facebook says those were private person to person messages Polls show 86% of Americans support a red flag law allowing authorities to temporarily take guns away from people determined to be dangerous in 89% support background checks in D.C. today a rally with gun control advocates and a group of senators demanding action on gun control legislation your democratic Connecticut center Chris Murthy whose state was rocked by the sandy hook shooting nearly ten years ago We are the only country in the world in which our kids go to school wondering whether they will survive the day And happening now Senate Republicans have just blocked a domestic terrorism bill that would have opened debate on gun measures after the Texas school shooting Local officials are reacting to the horror and ongoing violence on the streets of Chicago 35th ward alderman Carlos Ramirez.

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"yuval" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:56 min | 2 months ago

"yuval" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Next buy in their show we'll continue our coverage of a school shooting and Yuval Texas and the responses to it One conversation will be about New York State's red flag laws They were already getting new scrutiny after the buffalo mass shooting this month when a troubled teenager was not stopped from buying a gun legally What has all been considering now that and more on the Brian Lara show at 10 a.m. on WNYC It's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve inskeep I'm Leila faulted and I'm Rachel Martin Imagine for a moment what it would be like to be a teacher in the schools around uvalde Texas This horrible trauma unfolds 19 children are killed at rob elementary school along with two of your fellow teachers And then less than 24 hours later you have to go back to work You have to greet your students with a smile Make them feel like they're safe and that life will go on We all feel it We're all a part of it And it really hurts Carla Perez teaches high school in the city of Kyle south of Austin A lot of her family lives in uvalde which is about two hours away Yesterday she went back to school to oversee one of the last exams before summer break And I had that whole scene in the back of my mind and I was a little bit anxious But I knew that I had to finish out the year with my kids and I had to do what I needed to do And I just prayed that I could be okay today Throughout the day she had to hide her tears from students I think one of them caught me and said what's wrong And I just kind of said oh it's just allergies you know I didn't really want to deal with it or go into it while they were there I didn't want to put a damper on their summer But it was tough She lost a member of her extended family in the shooting ten year old test mata She's actually my niece's cousin And we probably just saw her on April 30th They were out dancing my niece got married Carla is still trying to process what all this means for herself and for her colleagues Teachers are tight knit community and when a child hurts we hurt Excuse me So it's really hard for us to focus on doing our job And trying to wrap up the end of school other teachers were also struggling as they tried to finish up the school year and it was just surreal for Aaron Sutton She works at la prior high school about 20 minutes south of Yuval day They decided to go ahead with the senior class trip to 6 flags amusement park yesterday I talked to Aaron while she was actually on the bus with her students on their way back from the field trip What was it like today as you got on the bus as you talk to everyone What was it like Well there was a lot of questions a lot of tears A lot of unanswered questions we couldn't help them with Questions pending you know what we're going to do for graduation then a couple of other events that we had planned And there was a lot of discussion because one of the seniors kindergarten teachers had lost her daughter during the shooting so we did a little moment of silence and it was a rough morning You were there to chaperone these kids through this important kind of milestone in their own career but no doubt you had your own apprehensions Yeah I mean it's hard to want to go somewhere but at the same time you know these kids deserve to have their life too You know it's a tragic moment but they worked really hard to get here So we were very torn We had long conversations about whether we should go ahead with it but in the end we decided it was important for them to have you know to have something to kind of help them look forward to something if that makes sense What kind of conversations have you had with your Friends with your fellow teachers Just making sure everyone's okay That's you know our kids all go to UCI what could have been done to prevent it If there was anything which I don't you know it's too soon to tell How could this happen How is this possible You know what I mean And you're a special lead teacher is that right Yes And you're a parent too Yes ma'am I have a four year old You have a four year old so your child is not yet in elementary school No not yet Next year we'll be here first year Yeah Still I imagine thinking about what has transpired It's hard to compartmentalize I suppose Yeah It's hard When I picked my daughter up she was at day care and she was very scared and she said that you know that there was a bad guy with a gun and she had to lay on her belly at school And that my husband is in law enforcement so she was really scared wondering where daddy was because she knows daddy handles bad guys It was a hard day and then she didn't sleep very well last night.

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"yuval" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

03:10 min | 5 months ago

"yuval" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"That when politicians are also human beings, and direct appeal to them, and they met him many times in person. And to see what he is now and the threat that not only him, but his family is also in. And they talk with him, and he says, and they know that this may be the last time they speak. He may be dead, murdered or bombed in an hour in a day. It really changes something. So in this sense, I think he made a huge personal contribution to not just the reaction in Ukraine, but around the world. So Sam was listening as this question. Can you provide some historical context for the force and the meaning of economic and trade sanctions? At the level where they are kind of currently imposed. How have previous would be empires would be aggressors or aggressors being constrained by such isolations and such sanctions? What we need again to realize about Putin's Russia is that it's not the Soviet Union. It's a much smaller and weaker country. It's not like in the 1960s that in addition to the Soviet Union, you had the entire Soviet bloc around it. So it's easier in this sense to isolate it. It's much more vulnerable, again, does it mean that the sanctions would work like a miracle and stop the tanks? No. It takes time. But I think that the west is in a position to impact Russia with this kind of sanctions and isolation much more than let's say with the Soviet Union. And also the Russian people are different. The Russian people don't really want this war, even the people in the immediate circular round Putin, you know, again, I don't know the personally, from what it seems, it's that these people they like life. They have their yachts, and they have their private airplanes, and they have their house in London, and they have their chateau in France, and they like the good life. And they want to keep and join it. So I think that the sanctions can be really effective, whether what's the timetable that ultimately in the hands of Putin. So Gabriela asks, I remember the war in former Yugoslavia and the atrocities there is then is there any possibility that this war would escalate it to such a situation. I think an extension to that he is, is this war kind of stirring dormant conflicts like in the Balkans, for example, or in the former Central Asian republic. Unfortunately, it can get to that level and even worse. If you want an analogy go to Syria, you look at what happened in homes..

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"yuval" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

04:55 min | 5 months ago

"yuval" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"Now we know that the Ukrainians are fighting, they will fight. And this derails the whole rationale of Putin's war, because you can conquer the country maybe. But you won't be able to absorb Ukraine back into Russia. The only thing is accomplishing his planting seeds of hatred. In the heart of every Ukraine, every Ukrainian being killed, every day this war continues, is more seeds of hatred. That may last for generations. Ukrainians and Russians didn't hate each other before Putin. There are siblings. Now he's making them enemies. And if he continues, this will be his legacy. We want to talk about that again later. But at the same time, Putin is a victory. The cost, the human economic political cost of this war, even not even a week in is already astronomical. So to justify it, and also to remind, by the way, a viable leader at the head of Russia Putin needs to win. He didn't even win convincingly. So how do we square these things? I don't know. I mean, the fact that you need to win doesn't mean that you can win. Lots of political leaders need to win, and sometimes they lose. He could stop the war declared that he won and say that I don't know that recognizing Luhansk can do next by the Russians. It is what he really wanted all along and he achieved this. Maybe they cobbled this agreement or that I don't know. This is the job of politicians. I'm not a politician. But I can tell you that I hope for the sake of everybody, Ukrainians, Russians, and the whole of humanity, that this war stops immediately. Because if it doesn't, it's not only the Ukrainians and the Russians that will suffer terribly. Everybody will suffer terribly. If this war continues, explain why. Because of the shockwaves, destabilizing the whole world. Let's start with the bottom line. Budgets. We have been living in an amazing era of peace in the last few decades. And it wasn't some kind of hippie fantasy. You saw it in the bottom line. You saw it in the budgets. In Europe in the European Union, the average defense budget of EU members was around 3% of government budget. What we saw already within a few days, Germany doubles its military budget in a day. And I'm not against it..

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"yuval" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

05:08 min | 5 months ago

"yuval" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"Host, Elise Hugh. The world is watching as Russia invades neighboring Ukraine. It feels overwhelming and devastating to witness what has happened. So to help us understand this conflict and the global stakes, historian and author Yuval Noah harari puts it into context. His insights are from a Ted membership conversation with Ted's global curator, Bruno giussani, with questions also coming in from the digital audience. We are at the end of day 6 of the war in Ukraine or more correctly of the Russian invasion of Ukraine, launched on the 24th of February by president Vladimir Putin. We are all shocked and saddened by the events and by the human suffering they are causing. And as we speak, really a Russian military convoy is headed towards Kyiv, other nuclear cities are being bombarded. Half a million Ukrainians have already fled to newborn countries and much more. It's still early days. And it's difficult to predict how the situation will evolve. Even just in the next few hours. But this is a war that should concern everyone everywhere. And so today, this Ted membership conversation, we want to try to give it a broader context with our guest. Historian and author Yuval Noah harari. Welcome. Hello. Thank you for inviting me. I want to start from Ukraine itself. And it's particular place between the east and the west. What do we need to know about Ukraine to understand this war and what's at stake? The most crucial thing to know is that Ukrainians are not Russians. And that Ukraine is an ancient independent nation, Ukraine has a history of more than a thousand years. Kyiv was a major metropolis and cultural center when Moscow was not even a village. For most of these thousand years, Kyiv was not ruled by Moscow. They were not part of the same political entity. For centuries, Kyiv was looking westwards and was a part of a union with Lithuania and Poland until it was eventually conquered and absorbed by the Russian Empire by the tsarist empire. But even after that, Ukrainians remained separate people to a large extent..

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"yuval" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day

NPR's Book of the Day

05:45 min | 6 months ago

"yuval" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day

"If you were to look at homo sapiens, a 100,000 years ago, you wouldn't find an awful lot to distinguish our species from other animals. But in the last 30,000 years, a mere blip in the history of the earth, we transformed this planet in a way never seen before, leaving mass extinctions and climate change in our wake. Israeli historian Yuval Noah harari tells the story of how he got here in his book, sapiens, a brief history of humankind..

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"yuval" Discussed on Digital Ankit Podcast | Motivation, self-help, digital marketing In Hindi

Digital Ankit Podcast | Motivation, self-help, digital marketing In Hindi

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"yuval" Discussed on Digital Ankit Podcast | Motivation, self-help, digital marketing In Hindi

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"yuval" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"yuval" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"And how like so much of human like the things that we experience day-to-day are just like things. Humans made up. And how would you lead. I thrive just talks about narratives. Like one of my favorite things. One of my favorite quotes. Let me see if i can find it Oh i don't have it quoted exactly but basically the humans dominance and sort of one of the defining features of us as a species is storytelling because we used it like we were able to communicate with each other wear. The water was worth a good berries. Work where the on where the dangerous animals were and like we developed the sort of grew storytelling and meaning making that eventually grew and evolved over time into all these different things but our ability to tell stories in ways that unified us Is like the reason that we're alive. Sickly and i I really enjoyed that. You know as as a as a book person as writer that time you know to realize like oh storytelling is into something that makes us feel good. Let's like the core of ours sees. I'm what's really fascinating But it also of points throughout the book. Like everything's made up harari actually. I think he was very specific when he came to the kind of the cognitive advantage that we gained i. He's used the words like we. Humans gained the ability to talk about fictional things which game day ability to gossip of which was like. Oh wow what a what a crazy framing of that. That's really interesting. To think about is now through gossiping you can gain. Intimate trust with another person ever met before like yes. I'm going to trust the chicago. Bulls fan obviously them. Because why are you chicago. Bulls fan Again the resonate with the narrative. Seven and glenn doctor things. That i'm like i've got. Why am i am comfortable with us. I think the The initial like oh We made it up or it's you know it's not it's not a real thing it's like. Oh that's like. I mean that feels really real to me and then you know in the next sentence. Her is not to say doesn't impact like something to get dumbledore quote It isn't a terrific. Hasn't done your head doesn't mean it's not real right and the impact that comes from these stories is very real. You know the stories. We tell ourselves about nationalism. Capitalism about What it means to be a chicago in like you're saying ver- like what it means to follow like a certain team where idea or like the stories we can tell ourselves about. I am podcast like those secrets have impact not only on individuals but like on the the whole community in. That's what polls people together. And i find that really interesting to that. Harare isn't saying like. I think the instinct is to be like whoa my things. Real like tomatoes non-real meal. Or i read it. Just make this up. That is ignore. It has real implications on your life recognize like humans made all of this. I guess what we can argue about like. What is the best lake. Should we have a free market economy or like the should be concerned about the the needs of individuals and especially like with the election this happening. Oh gosh i wish i would have flagged this parks. I didn't think about it until like literally speaking. He's great fit about republicans and democrats.

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"yuval" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

Book Club with Julia and Victoria

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"yuval" Discussed on Book Club with Julia and Victoria

"So we're recording The day biden won. Pennsylvania and on michigan avenue celebrates. It's a good day. I'm glad you're going this on thursday when we originally planned because would have been a very different tone a little more somber a little more stressed definitely.

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"yuval" Discussed on Daily Detroit

Daily Detroit

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"yuval" Discussed on Daily Detroit

"Is something that art can really offer the world right now is not just sitting on its hands and waiting but saying that art is GonNa find a way and creativity is not dead right now instead, it has some really challenging barriers to try and overcome, but I, think if. We can embrace those conditions that we can still find a way to be creative. We can still find a way to make work and we can still send a message to this community not only opera still here or that opera is evolving although i. hope that both of those messages come through we can also send a message of potentialities and what we hope the future is going to be about. A long preamble, but to your question I think in this time, we're going to be able to be in the upper house. Bud. We are doing a performance in the operas Parking Center it is a quite wonderful seven story parking center and what we're doing turning that parking the centre into a kind of an immersive performance for eight cars at a time the audiences in the cars will hear the opera on their FM radio and they'll move from level to level of the parking center on each of the levels of that parking center are singers, members of the not orchestra all telling one unified story based on the last opera of Wagner Ring. Cycle. We're calling it twilight God's. It's a piece that is completely within the. Boundaries of what is healthy and safe, and yet it is something that I hope most importantly it's not a kind of apology. It's not something that says we're sorry we can't be in the theater. Here is a consolation prize, but instead, we can't be in the theater, but we can still be creative and we can still find a way to make something memorable for this audience. So we're we're all pretty excited in fired up to really to make this project happened next month we'll and that such an intimate audience even though you're in a car and I'm thinking about it 'cause I'm pretty familiar with the Opera House and the garage.

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"yuval" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

02:52 min | 2 years ago

"yuval" Discussed on The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

"You here in your profession or area of expertise? Number ten. In the last five years. What have you become better at saying? No to distractions invitations, etc.. What new realizations indoor approaches helped any other tips. Number Eleven. When you feel under unfocused or of lost her focus temporarily, what do you do? If help. For what questions do you ask yourself? Now. Let's take a look at each of these questions and I'll explain they appear to work. You might ask. Why should I care I'm not an interviewer to that. My response is simple. If you want to build or foster a world class network, you'd need to interact in way that earns it. All of these points will help. For, instance I spent weeks testing the order of questions for optimal responses to me. Proper sequencing is the secret sauce whether you're trying to learn a new language in eight to twelve weeks overcome a lifelong fear of swimming as I did or pick the brain of a potential mentor over coffee. Good questions in the wrong order get bad responses. Conversely you can punch well above your weight class by thinking about sequencing is most people don't. For example, the billboard question is one of my podcast, listener and guest favorites, but it's heavy. It's stumps or intimidates a lot of people I. Didn't want to scare busy people off. Who might opt out with a quick sorry Tim I. Don't have bandwidth for this right now, so what to do. Easy. Let them warm up with lightweight questions for example. Most, gifted books purchase of under one hundred dollars which are less abstract in more concrete. In, the following descriptions, my explanations get shorter towards the end of the eleven questions as many of the points carryover or apply to all of them. Number One. What is the book or books? You've given most as a gift and why? Or what are one to three books that have greatly influenced your life? What's your favorite book seems like a good question so innocent so simple in practice it's terrible. The people I interviewed over at hundreds or thousands of books, so it's a labor intensive question for them, and they rightly worry about picking a favorite, which then gets quoted and put an articles wikipedia, etc, most gifted is lower risk and easier search query in other words easier to recall and implies benefits for broader spectrum of people, which the idiosyncratic favorite For the curious and impatient among you cure a few books of many, the came up a lot in this book. Man's search for meaning by Victory Frankel. The rational optimist by Matt Ridley the better angels of our nature by Steven Pinker Sapienze by Yuval No Harari, poor Charlie's. By Charlie Munger. If you'd like to see all of the.

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"yuval" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"yuval" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"And that's the problem because the power behind which way to direct us artif-. Intelligence may be concentrated in the hands of a few. I would definitely worry about the second scenario. The problem is killer robots is not that they will rebel against us. The problem is just the opposite that they will never refuse any order that you give them. And then if you have a benign government, that's fine. But if you have an evil government, and we had quite a few of those in history than the consequences are terrible. And the danger is that the enormous power will be concentrated in the hands of a tiny elite and without any limitations. So without any oversight. I wouldn't worry too much about robots and computers gaining consciousness. I know that this is a scenario which is very fond in Hollywood than in incense fiction. But we have absolutely no indication that computers and robots are anywhere on the road to developing consciousness, actually, science fiction causes a lot of confusion. To the degree that people don't even realize what's the difference between intelligence and consciousness, they think that artificial intelligence by definition will also become conscious. So. I just wanna just we have a minute to go before the break, but as a fan of science fiction, I would say that that science fiction good science fiction actually allows us to really engage with that question about tech consciousness and technology in in a setting that that's in the future. The good stuff helps us understand that question. Yes, we can discuss it further after the break. I think it's an extremely important subject to discuss in order to dispel the confusion and bring clarity to this issue of intelligence and consciousness. Okay. So let's do just exactly that. We're speaking today with Yuval Noah Harari, he's an author and historian author of several bestselling books, including sapiens, and homo daya's. His new book is Twenty-one lessons for the twenty first century. I Magna.

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"yuval" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"yuval" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"And that's the problem because the power behind which way to direct us artif-. Intelligence may be concentrated in the hands of a few. I would definitely worry about the second scenario. The problem is killer robots is not that they will rebel against us. The problem is just the opposite that they will never refuse any order that you give them. And then if you have a benign government, that's fine. But if you have an evil government, and we had quite a few of those in history than the consequences are terrible. And the danger is that the enormous power will be concentrated in the hands of a tiny elite and without any limitations. So without any oversight. I wouldn't worry too much about robots and computers gaining consciousness. I know that this is a scenario which is very fond in Hollywood than in incense fiction. But we have absolutely no indication that computers and robots are anywhere on the road to developing consciousness, actually, science fiction causes a lot of confusion. To the degree that people don't even realize what's the difference between intelligence and consciousness, they think that artificial intelligence by definition will also become conscious. So. I just wanna just we have a minute to go before the break, but as a fan of science fiction, I would say that that science fiction good science fiction actually allows us to really engage with that question about tech consciousness and technology in in a setting that that's in the future. The good stuff helps us understand that question. Yes, we can discuss it further after the break. I think it's an extremely important subject to discuss in order to dispel the confusion and bring clarity to this issue of intelligence and consciousness. Okay. So let's do just exactly that. We're speaking today with Yuval Noah Harari, he's an author and historian author of several bestselling books, including sapiens, and homo daya's. His new book is Twenty-one lessons for the twenty first century. I Magna.

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