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California police search for shooters who killed 6, hurt 12

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 4 months ago

California police search for shooters who killed 6, hurt 12

"Police police police police in in in in Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento California California California California are are are are still still still still searching searching searching searching for for for for those those those those responsible responsible responsible responsible for for for for Sunday's Sunday's Sunday's Sunday's mass mass mass mass shooting shooting shooting shooting that that that that killed killed killed killed six six six six people people people people and and and and wounded wounded wounded wounded twelve twelve twelve twelve others others others others police police police police say say say say at at at at least least least least two two two two shooters shooters shooters shooters opened opened opened opened fire fire fire fire on on on on a a a a busy busy busy busy street street street street around around around around two two two two AM AM AM AM as as as as bars bars bars bars and and and and clubs clubs clubs clubs were were were were closing closing closing closing killing killing killing killing the the the the three three three three men men men men and and and and three three three three women women women women ranging ranging ranging ranging in in in in age age age age from from from from twenty twenty twenty twenty one one one one to to to to fifty fifty fifty fifty seven seven seven seven police police police police chief chief chief chief Kathy Kathy Kathy Kathy Lester Lester Lester Lester the the the the scale scale scale scale of of of of violence violence violence violence that that that that just just just just happened happened happened happened in in in in our our our our city city city city is is is is unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented unprecedented during during during during my my my my twenty twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven seven years years years years here here here here at at at at the the the the Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento Sacramento police police police police department department department department social social social social media media media media video video video video shows shows shows shows a a a a fight fight fight fight than than than than dozens dozens dozens dozens of of of of rapid rapid rapid rapid fire fire fire fire gunshots gunshots gunshots gunshots are are are are heard heard heard heard police police police police sergeant sergeant sergeant sergeant Zaki Zaki Zaki Zaki I I I I don't don't don't don't know know know know that that that that I I I I actually actually actually actually made made made made the the the the shooting shooting shooting shooting or or or or still still still still looking looking looking looking through through through through all all all all those those those those details details details details right right right right now now now now police police police police found found found found a a a a stolen stolen stolen stolen gun gun gun gun at at at at the the the the scene scene scene scene meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile meanwhile people people people people are are are are leaving leaving leaving leaving candles candles candles candles and and and and balloons balloons balloons balloons as as as as a a a a memorial memorial memorial memorial to to to to the the the the victims victims victims victims grows grows grows grows I'm I'm I'm I'm Julie Julie Julie Julie Walker Walker Walker Walker

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No. 8 Purdue rallies past Indiana 69-67 to end 2-game skid

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

No. 8 Purdue rallies past Indiana 69-67 to end 2-game skid

"Eric Turner scored seventeen points to Sasha's to fan of each added fifteen to help number eight Purdue rally past arch rival Indiana sixty nine sixty seven Zaki added ten points eleven rebounds as the Boilermakers snapped a season high two game losing streak the Hoosiers lead fifty six fifty two with just under seven minutes left before Purdue scored seven straight the fan of H. had a go ahead three pointer with five ten remaining savior Johnson led the Hoosiers with eighteen points and a career high twelve assists but his half court heave to win it with point three seconds left was an air ball I'm D. fairy

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Ivey, No. 5 Purdue end Rutgers' run over ranked teams

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

Ivey, No. 5 Purdue end Rutgers' run over ranked teams

"Jaden ivy was fifteen of eighteen from the line and finished with twenty five points is fifth ranked Purdue knocked off Rutgers eighty four seventy two we reporters on from a decal on and you know we just got in a rhythm on offensively and then in our city I feel like we did a better job of defense today but no cigar more room for improvement but you know overall today Zaki had fifteen points for the Boilermakers who led by just one before going on a twenty one run bridging the two halves the scarlet knights had won their last four games all against teams in the top twenty five Paul Mulcahy scored fifteen points for the knights who were ten six in the big ten Purdue is twenty four and four overall thirteen and four in the conference I'm the ferry

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Ivey, Williams lead No. 4 Purdue past Michigan 82-76

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Ivey, Williams lead No. 4 Purdue past Michigan 82-76

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No. 7 Purdue dominates Nebraska, Edey and Ivey lead scoring

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

No. 7 Purdue dominates Nebraska, Edey and Ivey lead scoring

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"zaki" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

04:00 min | 8 months ago

"zaki" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"It's easy to be cynical these days. Even for research psychologist Jamil zaki, whose lab? Focuses on optimism. In his talk from Ted Monterey, in 2021, zaki shares the stories and studies that give us reasons to hope for humanity. The research backed experiments that show trust cooperation and kindness. You'll come away with it, feeling pretty good. This is it. Here we hold our together at last to talk about optimism. If this isn't nice, I don't know what is. Here's the problem. It's 2021. We are living through a global plague, one that revealed our worst instincts at the worst times. We are so divided that public health has become a power struggle. We pioneered a vaccine, a moon landing level innovation, and then kept it among wealthy countries while poor ones suffered. Against this backdrop isn't talking about optimism like discussing pagers or horse drawn carriages. Isn't optimism obsolete backwards and naive given all we've been through. Shouldn't it be replaced with a more up to date cognitive technology? Well, lots of people have replaced it with cynicism, the notion that humanity is greedy, selfish, and dishonest. In 1972, 45% of Americans thought that most people can be trusted. By 2018, that had dropped to about 30%. We are living through a cynicism epidemic. I should know, last year it infected me, and I'm supposed to be immune. I'm a psychologist and neuroscientist. And my whole career I've studied the sunny side of human nature. My lab and I have found that giving away money activates similar parts of your brain as eating chocolate. And that helping other people through their stress calms our own. Our punchline is clear. There is good in us and it does good for us. Now, people love hearing this, but in 2020, I started to hate saying it. I was building hope in others while losing my own. I was evangelizing for humankind is all day and then doom scrolling at night. I was peddling something that I would never want to buy anymore..

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"zaki" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:23 min | 8 months ago

"zaki" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Were a series of bioterrorism attacks Using a bacteria called bacillus anthracis Also known as anthrax doctor Brad Perkins worked with zaki for two decades We had a series of attacks in various parts of the country starting in Florida Washington D.C. and New York City and Connecticut They worked 24 hour days to confirm that those cases in different states were in fact linked And he did this the same task across a whole range of new never seen before infectious disease pathogens in a way that I just don't think anybody else in the world would have been capable of Towards the end of his life zaki threw himself at the newest intractable infectious disease COVID-19 Sharif is one who is able to think about novel ways to begin to answer the unanswered questions And I think he clearly has done that during the COVID outbreak as well Doctor inger Damon had been his supervisor at the CDC since 2014 She says his team helped build an understanding of why the coronavirus causes death and the risks it carries for pregnant patients But beyond zaki's tireless work Damon says he was also gracious and collaborative Someone who took time to teach others He loved teaching he would teach anybody whether you're a pathologist or whether you were a student learning new techniques or whether you were a congressional staffer It's something his wife Nadia will remember him for two people for not keeping the science and the knowledge himself but actually wanting to share it and want to improve and make people love and actually use technology The zaki family is now together at their home in Atlanta There was one aspect of his work that his wife Nadia could not bring herself to carry on this year We had ordered the Turkey Because he was the truth he looked okay Doctor Sharif zaki died.

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DC Comics Reveals Latest Superman as Bisexual in New Issue

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:31 min | 10 months ago

DC Comics Reveals Latest Superman as Bisexual in New Issue

"And now they've done it with this Superman franchise. I posted this yesterday. Turned my Instagram on fire. The image. Of Superman in a Homer sexual kiss. Because DC Comics, I guess they don't want to sell colleagues. And now the new Superman the son of kal el is going to come out as gay or as Jeff pointed out, I guess he's by, right? Whatever. Who cares? But here's the bottom line. This is beautiful. Help me to balance his riding this one up. I zaki poo. Are you typing? How many homosexuals how many gay people are there in society? 1% one and a half percent. Let's be generous. Let's double it. 3%. 3% of America gay. And the gay people I know, they don't rub it in your face. It's just a thing they do. It's private. It's not a gender, they got a ram in your face. Say, look, this is me. It's the radical fraction of that 2%. The loud screamers. The identity politics harridans. So why are you trying to placate a fraction of 2%?

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"zaki" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"zaki" Discussed on 10% Happier with Dan Harris

"Research for the last couple of years has been focused on self-fulfilling prophecies. That is in particular what we believe about ourselves and each other can change how we act towards ourselves and towards other people and that can then change the experiences we have which then go into our beliefs at an if you can see the cycle here but in essence what happens. Is that the way that we believe the world to be can sometimes come true in my lab. We've studied a bunch of examples of where that goes wrong cynical and mistrusting beliefs corrosive beliefs. That can hurt us and the people around us. But i think whenever you study the dark side or something. The light side is right there underneath it. Okay so it would make sense than for me to believe that. Most people are basically good and to trust people. Is that what you're saying and couldn't there be a dark side to that where some people are. Don't have good intentions. And i could get burke of course and blind trust totally uninformed optimism that has no basis in any evidence can be really dangerous thing whenever we trust. We take a risk. But i think that increasingly our culture suffers from the opposite problem. Which is blind cynicism that without knowing anything about a person. I assume the worst about them. So for instance in nineteen seventy two forty. Five percent of americans agreed with the statement. Most people can be trusted by two thousand eighteen that had fallen to about thirty percent likewise at the same time. We've lost much faith in institutions in news media in governmental organizations but most of all in each other social trust has really eroded and i think what that means is that we're making many of us making decisions about people and about the social world absent and the evidence where we're not trusting entrusting and getting burned a really obvious problem right. I mean that's why we don't do it. We don't hand off our kids to people we don't know we don't loan tons of money to people we've never met because we don't want to get burned but blindly mistrusting. People can also cause us to lose lots of opportunities for instance opportunities to learn from them opportunities to connect and to build relationships. And i think that risk is that we don't see as much but is just as

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How Your Beliefs Can Become Self-Fulfilling Prophecies With Prof. Jamil Zaki

10% Happier with Dan Harris

02:45 min | 1 year ago

How Your Beliefs Can Become Self-Fulfilling Prophecies With Prof. Jamil Zaki

"Research for the last couple of years has been focused on self-fulfilling prophecies. That is in particular what we believe about ourselves and each other can change how we act towards ourselves and towards other people and that can then change the experiences we have which then go into our beliefs at an if you can see the cycle here but in essence what happens. Is that the way that we believe the world to be can sometimes come true in my lab. We've studied a bunch of examples of where that goes wrong cynical and mistrusting beliefs corrosive beliefs. That can hurt us and the people around us. But i think whenever you study the dark side or something. The light side is right there underneath it. Okay so it would make sense than for me to believe that. Most people are basically good and to trust people. Is that what you're saying and couldn't there be a dark side to that where some people are. Don't have good intentions. And i could get burke of course and blind trust totally uninformed optimism that has no basis in any evidence can be really dangerous thing whenever we trust. We take a risk. But i think that increasingly our culture suffers from the opposite problem. Which is blind cynicism that without knowing anything about a person. I assume the worst about them. So for instance in nineteen seventy two forty. Five percent of americans agreed with the statement. Most people can be trusted by two thousand eighteen that had fallen to about thirty percent likewise at the same time. We've lost much faith in institutions in news media in governmental organizations but most of all in each other social trust has really eroded and i think what that means is that we're making many of us making decisions about people and about the social world absent and the evidence where we're not trusting entrusting and getting burned a really obvious problem right. I mean that's why we don't do it. We don't hand off our kids to people we don't know we don't loan tons of money to people we've never met because we don't want to get burned but blindly mistrusting. People can also cause us to lose lots of opportunities for instance opportunities to learn from them opportunities to connect and to build relationships. And i think that risk is that we don't see as much but is just as

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'Our backyard': Tragedy strikes home for Miami-Dade rescuers

AP News Radio

01:01 min | 1 year ago

'Our backyard': Tragedy strikes home for Miami-Dade rescuers

"Teams of volunteers have gathered in Surfside Florida trying to support the rescuers and first responders braving stormy conditions and high heat in the search for possible survivors one of those leading the support effort is pastor Zaki alpha Tory lane has the power of the race raising the lines that divide us his concert church just a few blocks from the collapsed condo search site is now aware house for water snacks and supplies for first responders by the needs you know how they're doing because they started by asking for water then they went to their aid on yesterday they were asking for coffee and energy drinks because there again tired volunteers walk around offering drinks food and the clergy offer their services to the first day I was walking around with a rabbi our brain to there for different people and and that's the beauty of it this is not a matter of religion it's a matter of humans and hopefully some of the people hi Jackie Quinn

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Elden Ring Revealed, Launches January 2022

This Week In Video Games

02:01 min | 1 year ago

Elden Ring Revealed, Launches January 2022

"Well elden ring was originally revealed. Eighty three twenty nineteen but since then from software has been very tight lipped about the whole project. You know we knew it was going to be a collaboration between hit tack on me. Zaki and george are martin going to be the largest came from from software. They attack oh today but we knew little elves leading to a drought of information with some wondering if the game even existed at well. That doubt has been removed. Because elden ring now is a trailer anna release date and is not too far away at all with the long waited trailer for elder ring showing off at the summer games. I two thousand twenty one. Which jeff keely almost willing up when introducing it his great to say because he's really passionate about what he does and also this is likely to be one of the biggest triumphs the season so he was visibly chuffed again to announce his abandoned. I'm co is publishing. The game nate do presentation of their own during eighty three twenty twenty one so we could see even more details. Watch this space about that one. I will let you know if we hear anything else but banned co did release more details post trailer and here are a few things that we learned about elgin ring. This is apparently from softwares. Biggest game tonight perhaps highlighted with the horses. We something new to from software games and now the games we've always walked around on for however this time we got hoarse and looks like we can fight on horseback as well as jump super far in the sky as one of the most memorable moment for in the trial is seeing that whole sleep vertically at speed on a jumping pattern given we got horses feels like the land we traverse could be really big indeed something on the scale of the which you three or the ghost of tsushima so from software games tend to feel like open world games but this is a little bit of game they've trickery with smaller zones connected via loading areas or in the case of demon they've got a hub world l. d. ring is much more of an open world fielder things test can be really exciting to understand how this is gonna plant now happen done really well and so badly two of the last few years. I'm really interested to see how from software tackles this

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"zaki" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"zaki" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"Awesome thank you so much for that zaki bef- before i let you go and again. Thank you so much for for your time and your energy this evening thank you. You're welcome. Tell me about what are you listening to these days. What's what's in your in your ear buds. Well i'm in album road And i'm releasing putting this album together in chapters. It's the working. Title is the migration and this first chapter very slower. But i'm also working on a couple of chapters at the same time is how also i write. Read books okay. So what am i listening to you. I listen to lots of you. That are slower starting to find a fee somewhere we. We are collectively now as well as exploring this sensual side of life in the lockdown. So yes i listened to a lot of visa and i listened to bates from all around around the town from from lavaka maybe rats to everywhere and then the fan. The found second thing and then on in my ear buds. When when i'm taking a walker when doing whatever and listen to spotify i'm starting to listen to spotify morin fine that way. Which playlists are you listening to these days on hand listening. I mean it depends. What four right okay. It depends on how what. I would a meeting like here. When it comes to exploring maybe listening to sounds of like Like new up and coming stuff. I think is a place to establish bosa on. Those artists fs is young as a young I don't know exactly where from life There's definitely this kind of genius. G sound this leg very kind of sexy but also like hard tennis down there And i mean. I'm all over the place. It's hard to say but because i'm this mode of The slower kind of baby making music okay. mode i'm going toward that like slower. Tempo can stuff. But then i'm also listening to like salt. You know salt. Have you heard of salt as a you at a lt new sue for dope. Beautiful positive energy south Yeah and the list of like yes. Salt is a really beautiful. Listen to you and i will. I will have to change their indie hip hop. That's interesting that. That's that's the john genres alternative indie hip hop rapid paul. Fish always get rid of the whole electron on her. really ridiculous. it is it is interesting. I think that's an old sort of work came from. I don't know if it's a radio thing where you know. Like radio's hip hop certainly the media. Generally we have to react to like know what to look for in like. We don't want to be easy. Access and easy consumes insecure. Like what what is do put it into right. Yeah and also like when it comes to like awards selling the whole thing just angry. That is crazy zaki. Carry a thank you so much. I am so glad to have met. You virtually awesome. Thank you so much for spending too much time with us. So vanessa thank you for spending a little too much Yes so. I said i said that wrong. You could tell. I'm not a poet. Vanessa do the whole hour tonight. And i told her and she'll show you the email if you ask her. We will not use more than an hour. So so i apologize for keeping you know if i'll say more than our which is what i see but this has been a great show great conversation. Thank you for gemini moon Looking forward to your new music. And i guess people if they want to check out Your music they can go on the streaming platforms. Zaki abraham And they also go to your website right. Zaki it dot com. Yes with an eye starring stylings. Yeah like you. That is awesome. Thank you so much again. I take care.

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"zaki" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

Welcome with Karim Kanji

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"zaki" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji

"A complete lunar eclipse on a super full moon. It's the flower also even song our exposing weekday breathe breathing in freedom. Take take.

"zaki" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

05:47 min | 1 year ago

"zaki" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Awesome thank you so much for that zaki bef- before i let you go and again. Thank you so much for for your time and your energy this evening thank you. You're welcome. Tell me about what are you listening to these days. What's what's in your in your ear buds. Well i'm in album road And i'm releasing putting this album together in chapters if the working title is the migration And this first chapter very Slower but i'm also working on a couple of chapters at the same time is how also i write. Read books okay. So what am i listening to you. I listen to lots of you. That are slower starting to find a fee somewhere we. We are collectively now as well as exploring this sensual side of life in the lockdown. So yes i listened to a lot of faith and i listened to bates from all around around the towns from from lavaka maybe rats to everywhere and then the fan. The found second thing and then on in my ear buds. When when i'm taking a walker when doing whatever and listen to spotify i'm starting to listen to spotify morin fine that way. Which playlists are you listening to these days on hand listening. I mean it depends. What four right okay. It depends on how what. I would a meeting like here. When it comes to exploring maybe listening to sounds of like Like new up and coming stuff. I think is a place to establish bosa on. Those artists fs is young as a young I don't know exactly where foam life There's definitely this kind of genius. G sound this leg very kind of sexy but also like hard tennis down there And i mean. I'm all over the place. It's hard to say but because i'm this mode of The slower kind of baby making music okay. mode i'm going toward that like slower. Tempo can stuff. But then i'm also listening to like salt. You know salt. Have you heard of salt as a you at a lt new sue for dope. Beautiful positive energy south Yeah and the list of like yes. beautiful listen to you and i will. I will have to change their indie hip hop. That's interesting that. That's that's the john genres alternative indie hip hop rapid paul. Fish always get rid of the whole of on her really ridiculous it is. It is interesting. I think that's an old sort of work came from. I don't know if it's a radio thing where you know. Like radio's hip hop certainly the media. Generally we have to react to like know what to look for in like to be easy access and easy consumes insecure. Yeah like what what is do. Put it into right. Yeah and also like when it comes to like awards selling the whole thing just angry. That is crazy zaki. Carry a thank you so much. I am so glad to have met. You virtually awesome. Thank you so much for spending too much time with us. So vanessa thank you for spending a little too much Yes so. I said i said that wrong. You could tell. I'm not a poet vanessa. Do you need the whole hour tonight. And i told her and she'll show you the email if you ask her. We will not use more than an hour. So so i apologize for keeping you know if i'll say more than our which is what i see but this has been a great shot great conversation. Thank you for gemini moon Looking forward to your new music. And i guess people if they want to check out Your music they can go on the streaming platforms. Zaki abraham And they also go to your website right. Zaki ibrahim dot com. Yes if with an eye starring stylings. Yeah like you. That is awesome. Thank you so much again. I take care.

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"zaki" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"zaki" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"A complete lunar eclipse on a super full moon. It's the flower also this song. Our exposing weekday breathe breathing in freedom. Take take.

"zaki" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

07:21 min | 1 year ago

"zaki" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"He can go on. You said you were you. Were talking about going back back home to south africa. Cape town johannesburg. Your your latest video lori. The song cut loose. That one was recently. You recorded that recently right in the video no. I wasn't jewelry recently. We asked invite them. Radio so okay. So so tell tell me. Toronto you wind was. When was that video made made you long ago. Yes after the album. My gosh i can't i think the last time i was in south africa which was oh my gosh own my gosh for eighteen. While so you know so you know you can go ahead sorry sorry the tacna calories filmed in filmed in when i was there. But the raw footage was taken and edited. And sure. And by. Ramon here ramon charles serono editor that. I work with often and filmmaker on so the making of video into a video. That's why it says in the thing it's like time time known me saying says made into a video after the footage which was like guerrilla-style Just going into the venue. Yeah and filming there. Yeah okay so you know why i thought it was recently made is and this might might be a cultural thing but there is there snippets in the video shots with people wearing masks. Like face masks something o. k. This this was just me yes. That's that's what i thought okay. So this was made a while. Just all the editing and the production of it was interesting. You pointed that out actually in the in the in the video that some wearing a face mask and then there's clips as well rights. Yeah exactly yeah it might have but maybe you could tell me if this is. I don't know if it's a cultural thing but there's also a i came across a life sentence that you did his my and i saw the. I think the drummer was worrying. Not not the face max mass. That will you know familiar with these days. Full and mikhail like full-on. Ya not here. that's not it is e. Yeah it's really interesting from from two thousand is funny because from Two thousand nine eight my my my stage. My stage shows always are The influence of the styling is is On purpose it is. It is like this nomadic You know desert lineage. Like that kind of thing and then yes. It's the nomadic nerve nomadic uniform. That's okay that's what in need and then now that we have to wear face masks so like way too. I'm not doing it anywhere. Told the futures ocoee. I'm man that's terrible. That is that is crazy. I want to ask you. We have a segment sake called lost in venues. I want to ask about in you. Know you've heard toward all over the place. Not just in. Canada is is there. Is there a place whether it's in canada or elsewhere that you've got like a positive vibes and unfortunately this venue doesn't exist anywhere. That's that's the whole concept around our our lost venue segment was wondering. If you have a story you could tell. Someone told me recently that club. There's no longer. I think you might be right. That was a blown are you. Are you able to look at not that up. Because it says permanently closed. According to forty two google. I went there a couple of years ago to see long. Act so many great. Uk from many great so many concerts owing incredible concerts Were there that was like when i was talking about the stomping grounds that college speed there was a college degree. Culture was the was there to live with on a lot of stuff that happened in a lot of performances. That happened there. Historically a the sound was. I mean some. Some people may say was such a goal but on a good day it was beautiful really beautiful and the size of the end the at the thanks way like maybe you know it. I was very fortunate to to be able to perform their A handful of times like being able to be book their From from two thousand nine maybe earlier. Two thousand and eight and two thousand and nine. I was able to sell out the mind club. Which i later out. This is difficult. And i i believe i did it twice. Nice yeah so long you with that. That venue the the memory behind it Tears on that stage. You know There either online. There's like pictures of. I feel like in. Maybe it's just in my in my mind that these moments of super passionate moments between the being on stage and the audience you know the connection between between us you know Almost like tearing up thinking about it but All the memories there and finding out the venue is no longer or disclose or whatever you know just a lot. A lot of memories. There are so many other venues when my friend told me. No that is they're done..

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"zaki" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"zaki" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Is like a really great thing whereas before system it's good it's good to have a good support appeal around you to build. Yeah yeah for sure. Yeah and You know just exactly what goes through like. I'm curious about you. know so. seek the secret life of planets. I'll use that as an example that came out. When was that two thousand sixteen seventeen. Um i believe it was twenty seventeen. Twenty six twenty seventeen. I think you complete the project is almost like a Like i don't know like like. Tell me about your experience when you release the record or release the album and now re-releasing are there other similar sort of feelings. I it must be strange. It must be because you've already quote unquote given birth to this project and now you're almost like is it is it. Is it another experience again. Is it a different feeling interesting. A good question. That feeling. I guess at the time yes a completely different feeling now releasing and almost kind of listening to the stuff again and then performing again and those kinds of things. It's it's It's not just reflection but it's also kind of like a kit like it's kind of an understanding of what i really was going for time. I think you know. Like i said at the beginning of a meeting each other so speaking what. The step new is a lot that happened. During all of the project you know and then and so now the releasing of the planet's the the secret life of planet. That's a very good one. It took four years to make but also that was a timeless thing and lower There was motherhood though was Appearance losing parents. Who's my dad. A lot of movement and a lot of like that kind of stuff at the time. it was I don't know if the right word. Even it was it was it was. It was something to kind of distract me and something to kind of also quit. Not as maybe not just jack but something to kind of He busy at and then releasing it years later re-releasing it sorry years later. I think properly unpacking what that content and what that intents of the was so conceptual and whatever just because i'm like. Let's make a consensual. Can i have all these emotions. There was over. So now it's like this is raw it was raw and Yeah but it does feel different releasing it and like the. Are you better able to appreciate what you did now that you're not doing it just to be distracted. I think so. I mean it wasn't. Do i want to say i shouldn't say distracted. I wasn't doing it just to vacuums is a very thoughtful and passionate things to be able to put my energy into You know but i appreciate it as in i'm able to be What's the word objective. Where i mean able to kind of look at it. Not sure yes. Definitely i can. I can appreciate the the the work that it wise and and everything that was nice. All of all of the the back catalogue like brings back those memories. And i'm able to reflect on everything you know. It's this period of the lockdown. There's the all this stuff online and then there's like wow twenty years of music making and then also working on new things you know it's interesting. It's a lucky place to me. I feel you mentioned as you were putting together The secret life of planets you became a mom and a read somewhere that you you made. I don't know whether it was a decision you made or promised to yourself that you made. But you said something to the effect of if the demands of motherhood necessitated it. You were ready to give up music. Nothing about ad demands the demands of motherhood which yeah you made a decision and maybe i read it wrong or a long. That once like becoming a mom wasn't just something that happened. It was like a decision and if that decision meant The carrying out of the duty of being a mother. You'll ready to just leave music in the past and on that one thing obviously you've been able to Pursue both music and motherhood and many other things but but tell me about the seriousness of of a thinking about being ready to make that type of a commitment or decision. I think what you mean. Is i think you what. I don't know what exactly what the statement was but to have because i feel like music is a part of me and i feel like that's been my passed so far and you know and i think by saying that i'm still. I still feel like if you know if i need to focus on being a mother and music. You know if. I can't if music is disliked taking away from that anyway then if gone or the industry of trying to catch you know trying to be part of this stream of of you know it being my livelihood guess right from this human that has come into my life his whole inspired so many things that i think that if i were to ever give up music or if i were to you know it would be. It would be a disservice damn as a human interesting not to be. I think that may making music and working at music. it makes. it's like you know you put on your own mass. You put on your mask and then you can help others makes sense.

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"zaki" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"zaki" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"Run a by some people and then i ended up right away in. I think we were in from where we were. It was like some other major label studio With another engineer and khalil was there. And and i i had to make the be like this. Is the song like this. I have inside. I grow on. That beat grow again okay. And that was one of the song. Long like campus in purple. But he told me how that came about like the making of those whose sounds sample of and all of that kind of thing like my ten years later. This is just the day before. The story as i was amazed releasing back catalogue level. You know i'm going to release this thing. You minded by talk to you about the album online. He's said oh that was dillas. Funeral like the West law within the rule like all these famous people that he'll no. You won't say you know we're we're part of that And beats don't get their due in this industry because drums don't count for music then some hold that the interesting thing you know singer-songwriter like easy to cut up the things but drum sounds john drum programming and that kind of thing was It's it's not the same kind of System that make sense. Yeah who's in the wrong. You know beat making it's this. It's a soul efforts so nice it. The soul never heard it set that way. That's that's amazing. I wanna talk about his whole releasing your back. Carolina want to find out the story about you know how come it wasn't anywhere Before i before we get to those okay this not the last concert at went to in twenty twenty butts. I guess you could call it. The first concert i was added. Twenty twenty was also. The last concert was that in two thousand nineteen. And you were there. What what was it. You were performing at nathan phillips square. This sorry the nineteen twenty nine hundred twenty radio we were ending twenty nine hundred beginning. Twenty twenty one at the new year's eve okay. Yeah and that's the first purely. I heard you before on my wife says she many times on. Cbc radio maybe q. Or metro morning. One of those shows ono. She said she saw you or hurt you at their fundraiser. That they do every christmas. Time for food banks. I think she said she heard you perform at one of those but Your performance zaki was breathtaking. Literally little nothing was cold. So does this. Apparently you do this but it was. It was it was it was it was music and it was a performance And i remember it to. This day was just just phenomenal Yes i i needed to to make sure that i put that out there. I think that you know you're seeing earlier sake. Jackie what did i say however you pronounce if you have a canadian accent. I guess maybe an accident say zaki sake. Yeah oh i said. I i have. I have many times blame. It's complicated but yeah zaki executives. Lucky is my in not my given name. It's not my My my name is your on. And i have not used that name my entire life. My grandmother stuck the name zaki. Okay and she is south african so saying zaki is how you pronounce it as south african. I think you know so. That's i mean that's been incensed. Complicated things go on. That is good. So tell me about this relationship with six shooter records releasing everything now we can find your stuff Online and you had been releasing music since two thousand six two thousand seven solit-. We're was everything up until now. Oh man i mean you know what. I am a nomad i am. I think a lot of musicians can say the same thing. But as far as where i stuck to win one place. I think Also heavily disorganized. Maybe you know To tell the whole story would be too much From the from two thousand six like the whole store you have you seen them. Goonies goonies gonaives. Yeah oh yes when the kids like chunk of the guy the guy that's like talking too much like this them it would be too long of a story saying so to take wyatt's online on but six shooter records i think it was Two thousand. I've been with them now for two years. Three years where we at twenty one right and Yeah i just i wasn't. There was a lot of stuff. That wasn't i wasn't putting things online. Like there was a lot of stuff that just didn't have a home and they've been incredible in organizing and finding things and you know plugging into a system and having management and that kind of thing For the first time in this way their mothers. They're they're they're women. It's like women run I feel like they got my back. You know it's been it's been a funny kinda ride in the industry of it. All that makes any sense. I don't wanna get too far. It's all of the details But yeah and so. I think having this management and having this This home for the stuff to kind of like this of stable stable stable Founded like this home to be steph out on Yes i good timing. Be able to to put everything in one place may be into organiz things and is Over the years. It's been like yeah. I really like. I really liked that record. But i can't find it or like i. you know. I heard about this this artist ten years ago. But i didn't know this just don't exist or so performing or anything like that. Because i if i were to be honest i'm i am shy of the industry and shy of. I don't know what i'm shell but there's a lot of anxiety around stuff and Yeah i think. I think that having the south a. b. acts like people can access it now..

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"zaki" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

Welcome To The Music

06:38 min | 1 year ago

"zaki" Discussed on Welcome To The Music

"So greg i know you're driving in from the mana toolan siemian scarlet your another. What i you're you're physically not driving. But you are making your way. Warren porter who made a special guest appearance on last week's episode would not be surprised that i'm not driving that you're not driving. No but listen before so. Today's guest zaki ibrahim from toronto via via south. Africa is going to be on today's episode before we get to her. Greg love to talk to you about a billboard award from this past weekend and did not watch no more towards this weekend okay. So a couple of months ago probably longer. You and i had a discussion about the weekend's super bowl performance. Yes and i think generally we were positive based upon you know you couldn't really have crowds or whatever. It was a good job considering. Yeah now. I don't know if you've heard the buzz about the weekend billboard performance so i'm just flipping the channels we're back from berry. Spent a sunday up berry Just finished some good indian food and set down. Let's see on the television and the billboard awards iran. i said sure. let's do this and durant durant. Your favourite banned from the seventies was eighties. Eighties Maybe was working. Yeah they did. They did hungry like the wolf end and something else and then they'd played one of their new songs. So i said okay. Let's let's continue watching this. Because i knew none of the other performers outside of drake the weekend and jonas brothers and so on right now so first off Congrats to drake. The most streamed artist of all time. He wind artist of the decade. Twenty s done phenomenal work and he came up with his son. I heard about that. Y- accepted it. And and so. It's here's the setup of the weekend. They go to a parking lot in la and the weekend is going to perform in this parking lot. And greg know me and my taste in music. I'm like a rock and roll guy. I've in the past ten to make fun of pop music. But i'm turning around now. I was blown away jacked up excited about the week. It's performance really. Oh my goodness it was. Mg as the kids would say. Oh gee i'm i'm short. It has gone. Dare i say f g oh you you can say that you can dare say that. It was phenomenal. Basically you had. I don't know maybe thirty vintage cars I think were either red or white like there were just two colors and the cameras on the weekend sitting on top of a of these cars of this one car and they're all convertible and there. It's like a parade a parade but almost like synchronized driving just think of synchronized swimming. And how on the one hand it could be funny but on the other hand is like well. Actually there's really amazing it was. It was a like that but with cars and for maybe half the songs in the car the car stops he gets out of the car and all the other thirty cars disappear out of focus. And then you've got these retailers. Remember that van a van damme commercial about maybe five seven years ago where he does the splits those tractor trailers. I think they're called that are observed. Now there's tractor trailers doing synchronized driving and whizzing by the weekend like literally within like a foot and the cars come back in and they start doing the same thing. It was amazing. Just phenomenal And he wind. I think artist of the year. Something like that. Whatever billboard nelson award. I'll check that out. Just phenomenal and watch it. Not with the hype by giving but just watching with okay. Let's let's see what this is all about and yeah it is just phenomenal. so well congrats to scarborough's for the song that he did this Performance for is called. Save your tears committees. The district did drake this him. 'cause isn't there bad blood between those two. Oh i don't think so. When i say when i say bad blood i mean as much as there could be bad blood between two kids from toronto. I i have never heard that. I thought there was something around that in terms of like i don't know i thought something about drake's thought he found the weekend and then the weekend went off more of other people and i don't know i have no idea what i'm talking about that. I don't know that that could be it as well. But i don't know i'm going to have to look it up to see if i'm delusional. Yeah for sure so So congrats for around delusional for sure you should look it up..

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"zaki" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

07:27 min | 1 year ago

"zaki" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Every generation they find. They're in it out. This is my last. I'm gonna ask you to ask you this earlier. This is always kind of just kind of get your idea or thought process on it. This is always kind. Bugged me in in richard. Donner's we're gonna go. Just kinda sidestep here in superman wanted superman to. I know that it was one story that they broke down there filming on simultaneously shooting back to back. And i know that you they had a compromise. The end of superior beta one and they took like the ending from superman to of him spinning world back because that was supposed to be in superman to an put it in one the part. That's always kind of bothered me with was lowest to die initially and super one or two like. How did that work out if the industry man one because you watch the richard donner kite. A superman to it starts in a weird place because it's kind of showing you. Well this is how my superman one would've ended. And then i'm gonna start then. I'm going to start part two. I like you talked about the yell like that. Seen in superman one where he like does the no no then screams and flies into the sky. Yeah yeah it gets me on a site. I wish they wouldn't have had the part where he stops. And here's giral talking to him. I wish would have been him flying straight up and then you could have done the voice over jurrell and then start spinning the world like. I don't like the stop the hesitation just from an editing point of view. Sure sure but that's always kind of bugged me in the story like. Where does the death of lois fit. Was she supposed to have died. Was that something that they did as side story like. Maybe we'll do this or you know what. How did that. come to be. I don't know anything. Just i've never thought about it because for a long time i never really thought about it until the past year when i was watching because i did two by two like i watched to the other two for comparison. Start thinking about the stories. So i think i think the plan the initial plan was superman and for the movie and straight cliffhanger so this is not dead but it's like The the basically everything after the bomb goes off was not intended to be in the movie originally so the bomb goes off in them freed under like free and then credits to be continued next year. Whatever and then you know two thirds of the way through their like we we don't we have. We don't even know if we're going to be able to do. Sequel has just come up with dick answered that point they take and i. I don't know if the specific execution in the film was the way the intended to execute it intimate to but my guess is low as would have died at the end of mentored. Because i i think that's the only thing that makes sense as superman violating that basic thing of. It's been feuding for. You're right. I think i think by adding it into this way. I don't. i'm not a big daughter because to me it's like this is just is just doing this now. All the time like screwed up. I need a volgin. I totally and that's why like you have to watch the the thing in the back of mir mine like you have to watch that game. This is the superman one. What i thinking of who didn't happen. This is how it was supposed to end awry right now. You know 'cause 'cause i for the longest time on like you said like is this. Just what he does now. I that messed up. it's bad. Yeah you're atari reset are turning back. Time and in the amnesiac is which he does multiple times in those films man brands deck that and then he goes back to the diner and fights that guy who didn't do anything to mike you didn't he spend the world back and then goes back to the diner you know. So that guy never fought him because he reversed. How far back did you go like you know about that by the way is like even if you remove the turning back time thing at like in the theatrical could assu into that's still at dickey's thing for superman to do like i'm gonna i'm gonna beat this guy into a coma that'll show him for humiliating because you know he turns back time zodda and then go back into the phantom zone. So it's a conundrum. Well none of that movie actually happened like yeah that i'm not a. I'm not a fan of that. As the as the i mean just in general i think the donner cut to me is like it's like an interesting. It's like a dvd extra. I don't consider that the trump suit minton's like now the one. We got theaters for all its faults. That's it is what it is gonna and i agree with you. Like there's there's things. I like in the donner cut like. I like the christopher reeve screen tests with margaret. You know like seeing that. There's there's there's things that i like. But it's one of those like we never really got the sequel that we deserved or that they wanted you know and we take the best with what we have for the salary that makes that makes sense with how you put that with how they came up with the ending in looking at my guests. I mean it makes the most logical sense was just. Give us the best emotional. Beat if we can't do a sequel if we do we'll figure it out like think about it like the idea of of superman to being the movie where he's been on this emotional journey with her. She knows who he is. He's finally shares his secret and then she dies and the sacrifice he's making is he's unwinding all of that too. He's losing this relationship. That's more poignant right well zacky i wanna thank you for coming on just chatting with us like i said i thought before nine always enjoy hearing your thoughts and you put things so much more elegantly. Sometimes i can't stumble on my words and freeze wait. I don't want to say. How do i say so. I thank you for joining us today. Thank you so much for having me any any chance to doug about superman. I'm happy to do it and remember everyone. Listen checkout sakis podcast. If you like you know what he talked about today. I highly recommend the movie film podcast. It's just a good time of two best friends talking movies and great insight and it's just a. It's a good time. Thank you so much in sky. Look up in the sky guy..

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Long-serving Saudi oil minister Ahmed Zaki Yamani dies at 90

Hugh Hewitt

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Long-serving Saudi oil minister Ahmed Zaki Yamani dies at 90

"Long time. Saudi oil minister Shake Zaki Yamani He led the kingdom through the 1973 oil crisis, has died in London at the age of 90 food in Mecca. You money had been appointed Saudi oil minister during the 19 sixties as the wealth that oil brought to Saudi Arabia was starting to pour in. He was instrumental in setting up the oil producers organization. OPEC Throughout his long career, he remained a voice of moderation in OPEC, but by 1973 Arab demands for oil to be used as a weapon in the Israeli Palestinian conflict could no longer be denied. 1975 and OPEC meeting in Vienna was infiltrated by the international terrorist Carlos The Jackal Shake your money had been marked for assassination on was only reprieve when last minute concessions were made. To BBC Sebastian Usher the

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Long-serving Saudi oil minister Ahmed Zaki Yamani dies at 90

BBC World Service

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Long-serving Saudi oil minister Ahmed Zaki Yamani dies at 90

"Made Zaki Yamani has died in London at the age of 90 shake. Imani was best known for his role as head of the oil cartel OPEC in the 19 seventies. He was the face of the oil embargo in 1973 when oil prices quadrupled. He also survived being taken hostage and marked for assassination by Carlos the Jackal. BBC news.

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Texas Faces Water Shortage as Many Are Still Without Power

Seattle Now

01:32 min | 1 year ago

Texas Faces Water Shortage as Many Are Still Without Power

"Texas close to five hundred thousand people are still without power which is actually an improvement from earlier this week except that the power crisis has led to a water crisis and now millions of texans are under boil orders to make their water drinkable. Do either of you know anybody in texas. Who's having to deal with us. Yeah yeah. I got friends in texas. I've been texting them today of gotten through to one so far. This is there okay. They got some power and water. My main takeaway is like you know. These are the things that we have to prepare for because climate change. That's a great example of what is happening now. I know you can't maybe pin that particular storm on climate change but climate is changing. And we're having severe weather events and we have to get ready for this. I mean i'm from vietnam and this is things that happened my country. I'd never imagined. I would see something like the country will be so when paired with texas will be so unprepared. It's just mind boggling. I don't know if you guys have heard of pin boy. He is the mayor of colorado city in west texas. Who would that air. We're asking for assistance. Because they had no electricity no running water and the mayor of colorado city. In texas responded. Take care of it yourself quote of sick and tired of people. Looking for a damn handout. He said the cdn county law will pal providers you nothing. He says only the strong survive. When i read this. I was like an onion article right like this is satire. Right it is not. It's just amazing. Just can't make this stuff

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Seattle settles homeless encampment sweep lawsuit

Seattle Now

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle settles homeless encampment sweep lawsuit

"Seattle is settling a lawsuit over. Its sweep of a homeless encampment at calendars and park. Last december eighty yeager had been living in the park for months when she filed a federal lawsuit. Stop the city from clearing the park. She argued the sweep would violate her civil rights. But a federal judge declined to hear the case and the city went ahead with the sweep amid protest the seattle times reports. The city will pay gaiger ten thousand dollars to avoid a court case

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New White House press secretary holds first briefing of Biden presidency

Radio Specials

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

New White House press secretary holds first briefing of Biden presidency

"Getting to work today after taking the oath of office buying quickly signed a stack of executive actions. Well. NPR's Scott Detrol reports that the new White House press secretary met with the press corps four years ago. The Trump Administration's first briefing set the tone for a contentious, often hostile relationship. Between the White House in the press. Jen Psaki began this briefing on a much different note. There will be moments when we disagree on there will certainly be days where we disagree for extensive parts of the briefing, even perhaps, but we have a common goal. Which is sharing accurate information with the American people, Zaki says the Biden White House will brief the press every week day another departure from the Trump administration. In the briefing, she announced that Dr Anthony Fauci will join a World Health Organization meeting Thursday. I didn't is bringing the US back into the W H O. Reversing Trump's decision to withdraw. Scott JETRO NPR NEWS

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Trick or Street Blocks in Seattle allow for socially distant Halloween

Seattle Now

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Trick or Street Blocks in Seattle allow for socially distant Halloween

"And Seattle is keeping Halloween scare free this year the city is issuing trick or street permits. So people can close off their blocked to traffic for costume parades, trick or treating. It's a spooky extension of the popular play streets program residents must mask up stick to their family group, and of course, socially distance and don't forget the candy and costumes.

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Conversation

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

07:30 min | 2 years ago

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Conversation

"Congruence! My name is Hudson I'm here with professor yes it is. It is good to be here and I think those who have listen to the show will probably long enough where anticipating and waiting with breath debated off this episode. To hear Zaki, ruminate about the brand new star wars. That's right about the star wars episode, but not just Kim and I. Yes, we are joined by our special guest Omar sorry guys found like has gone from one from one to another rumor. So that's right we we are. We normally have a Omarosa for. Critic noted film critic joining us, but we decided to to. Keep it in the family, maybe family. And I'm not a film critic. but I am a huge huge star. Wars. Fan Simon excited to be here. Thank you very much fun talking about the movie which we saw together on Thursday night. That's what we've been doing for the past four five years for all the newbies right, yes. so we are of course talking about the rise of Skywalker and nine, which is the close of this current trilogy and Per Disney's marketing. Of. The skywalker saga began forty two

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"zaki" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"zaki" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"Burnout is a significant problem. Among healthcare else care professionals people join the field because they want to help other people and then they leave because they feel overworked and undervalued. Yeah and research shows that a lack of communication and empathy among and between healthcare teams contributes to burn out and it also reduces the quality of patient care so to address this probably the oldest center for communicating science has developed the all the medical experience this is in evidence based curriculum that focuses on helping healthcare professionals nationals learn to communicate to collaborate and to connect with their colleagues clearly and vividly as a health. Care Professional you will learn to reconnect with your passion passion for your work which can help improve relationships with others on your team and ultimately make a positive impact on the overall patient experience. The older medical experience has been developed by healthcare professionals for healthcare professionals. So you know. You're getting the tools you need to adjust and thrive in any number of challenging circumstances circumstances so to learn more about the all the medical experience and apply for the next program. Please visit all the center dot org slash workshops. That's all the center dot org slash workshops next series of conversations. I talk with earthquake. Quake expert Dr Lucie Jones. Dr Jones just happened to be holding her one year old baby while being interviewed on television after a big quake in California and that turned out to be a breakthrough moment in connecting and communicating that really strong response to be doing it as a mother comforting a baby essentially as comforting the city city. That was no people explicitly talked about that because of that image and it was like. Oh this isn't just about science. This is really about psychology again reassurance. And that started me in a process towards saying you know what's important here is telling people what we know rather than what we don't now Dr Lucie Jones and how she's now applying what she learned about communicating earthquake risks to the even more challenging tests communicating hating the risks of climate change when clearing ribbed returns after a holiday break on January seven.

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"zaki" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"zaki" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"This has been clear and vivid. At least I hope so. Thanks to the sponsors of this episode all the income from the ADS. You here go to the Center for Communicating Science at Stony Brook University. Just by listening to this podcast. You're contributing to the better communication of science nine. It's so thank you Camille. Zaky's book the War for kind building empathy and a fractured world. Should be on. Everyone's reading list this holiday today season and visit his website war for kindness dot com. You'll also find more information about his work at the Stanford Social Neuroscience lab and you can find more empathy games and challenges that will help you engage in connect more thoughtfully with others goodwin detest during the holiday season in this challenge. Number two how to spend kindly am I come in Handy. The next time you're caught up in the frenzy of doorbuster that website again is war for kindness dot com. This episode was produced by Graham. Shed with help from our associate producer. Sarah Chase are sound. Engineer is Dan Zula are Tech Guru is Alison. CAUSTON are publicist. Is Sarah Hill. You could subscribe to our podcast for free at apple podcasts. Stitcher or wherever you listen for more details about clear and vivid sign up for my newsletter police visit Alan alda DOT DOT com. You can also find us on facebook and Instagram at clear and vivid and I'm on twitter at Alan alda. Thanks for listening bye bye..

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"zaki" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

09:23 min | 2 years ago

"zaki" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

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All the that's pod swag dot com slash A. L. D. A. R. my way. This is clear and vivid and now back to my conversation with the Shamila Sake and this idea of an empathy Jim. What do you do in and empathy? Jim How do you run an busy. Jim Actually having empathy now. I'm thinking I should build we we. We can at least get a room in an equinox somewhere. Don't do what they do to the mice. Definitely not I mean so the first step to to walking into your own empathy empathy. Jim is realizing that you can build your empathy right. So ironically it turns out so ironically turns at the gist. Believing that empathy is a trait. Trait can stop you from working at it. This actually relevant to you might have heard of about my colleague. Carol dwags idea of mindsets right that if you have a fixed mindset. I think that you can never get smarter than you don't yet. Because he C- intellectual challenges as a threat that will expose how not super smart. Oh you are whereas if you think that you can get smarter you embrace those challenges as opportunities for growth and so care line. I have done the same thing with empathy and we find that when people believe that. Empathy is a trait. They actually shy away from for instance connecting with people of different races from themselves or different political persuasions Asians but if they believe that they can grow their empathy they work harder at it in those challenging situations so the first step to get into your empathy. Jim is to realize that you can hand-build that muscle then okay once realizing that what do you do about it. I think you try to so one thing that that that we talk a lot about. His is connecting with individuals visuals rather than thinking of groups. So sometimes if you think of somebody especially if somebody is different from you in some way Right there are different race or age or or gender or some part of identity is different from yours. It's easy to become uncourteous about that person and to reduce them and just say well they're just a a Democrat or Republican as opposed to thinking you know. This person is has seven siblings and they play the Tuba and they wanted to be a chiropractor. The idiosyncrasies that make us human and make it impossible to look away from our humanness right you know in in my book on communicating. And if I if if I understood you would have this. Look on my face and I talk about a study that I was part of. That tried. Tried to build empathy by tracking people on during the day for a week or two win. They would report on encounters they had and and whether or not they actually looked at the other person or tried to figure out what they were feeling during the day to be evidenced added that later later when they came into the into the lab and took Empathy tests. They they rose. I think significantly in their ability to empathize so you that gave me confidence that you could work on it and I do it during the day I tried and who strangers. I read their faces and try to figure out what they're feeling what they're going through. Absolutely I mean that's the type of training that's available billable to us all the time and and that's part of what worries me a little bit about the way that we're interacting increasingly these days which sort of not in these live person to prison. Listen interactions but rather online with that. We're presenting a version of ourselves and seeing it presented version of other people shoulder I get the impression oppression that there are some good things about the way we interact in say social media. Yeah and there were bad things do you. You have a list of good and bad. E- absolutely I mean. Are they well so I think social media as humanity's greatest empathic opportunity of all time time which we don't take advantage I mean because it flattens our landscape and makes it possible to connect with anyone any place at any time time on their own terms and I mean you could you could shop for people's experiences in a way you could you could have access whereas before let's see there's a disasters astor's somewhere on the other side of the globe before maybe you'd read a newspaper article about it that sites the statistics. Now you could probably find you know videos that people people are taking of themselves responding to it right so you could connect so much more vividly and directly with other people around the world but unfortunately the platforms that we use. Most often are not built with that goal in mind social media platforms operate on very similar principles cacique to casinos right. and that's not necessarily. I don't think people realize that when they go online it's like they're walking into place. I have oxygen being pumped jumped in the lights are on twenty four hours a day clocks. Yup Yup exactly and and you know There used to be this thing where on facebook you'd Scroll for Awhile and then you had to press a button if you wanted to get more content right and they took that away several years ago nobody noticed but it has this it has. It's effective of like taking the clocks away you can just scroll. Endlessly bathed in this ambient information pictures about people. And then there's is this thing that negative post negative posts seem to rise faster than positive posters at a new suppose. That's a human common failing. I think it's a human failing that is also incentivized by these by these platforms right. I'll give you an example On on twitter it turns out that when people express outrage towards people who are different from themselves they get rewarded through additional likes and re tweets And that sort of little dose of social reward reinforces that behavior. It's like giving a not to go back to rats too much but it's like giving her at that piece of cheese.

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"zaki" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"zaki" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"Made them more likely to help other people. But here's the most amazing part. They scanned their brains before and after they had done this training and and they found that ports of the brain that are associated with empathy actually grew in volume as a function of the training and that change in the brain was tracked to people's greater ability to empathize after the training. So it's like changing. Your body is literally building a muscle in a right or in your head. Yeah so what. What are what are the parts due to the brain associated with empathy without name naming things that none of us recognize so the first thing to say is that and I was just talking about parts of the brain rain associate with empathy? But if anyone ever tells you that there's one part of the brain associated with something as complicated as embroidery where spirituality just you can stop listening to them safely These are very complicated. Human abilities that are supported by whole systems in the brain networks. Yeah absolutely so Actually Ashleigh my work in graduate. School was around exploring these systems. And I'll I'll just say There too that that psychologists have paid a lot of attention to one is what's sometimes known as the mirror. You were neurons system right so basically areas in the brain that I would that I would activate if I was in pain where I was feeling joy or if I was is feeling If I was feeling disgust are also coming online when you experience those things. So that's one property of the brain this kind of mirroring resonance And then there's another system in the brain that's associated with I would say imagination so your ability to think about the past and the future your ability Ludi to think about fiction and fictional characters and your ability to understand what someone else's thinking there's a great way of thinking about that brain system which is it allows you to escape your own perspective and see things from a different point of view. I think a lot about social media and why might be problematic for empathy empathy In one of the reasons may be that it reduces us to strings of text. Me If I if I encounter you on twitter I'm not hearing your voice I'm just seeing the words that have come out of your mind and it turns out that that you know my my friend. Juliana Schroeder has done research on this. She finds that so she's done. This study where you have. People read out loud their political opinions and and then a separate group of people either hear the voice of that first person person talking about how they feel or re detect. What do you think happens? And the sounds like the text Divorces them from the person that's right in in fact people are less likely to think that that that the person is fully human reading text especially if they disagree with them already so I would take it a step further and not have them read the statement but spontaneously say it from the heart while they really feel. Yeah and I and I wonder if feud even find people considering a little bit more what the person has to say instead of dismissing it off the bat. Yeah I think that so often these days in our culture we feel like what we're getting from especially people we disagree with some canned bad faith argument as opposed to their real expression of feeling their expression of their experiences right and I think if we could break that barrier it might be easier to connect Was ocoee and I will talk about how to break that barrier when we come back after this short break.

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"zaki" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"zaki" Discussed on Clear+Vivid with Alan Alda

"Yeah I was thinking of my parents. Voices and empathy Jim for me right. It forced me to almost really as a survival skill to work at sort of connecting and reading people it's a high stakes version of empathy training. And I think a lot of my work now. A lot of my life is surrounds. The mission of creating empathy gyms for other people. That's Doctors Yamile Zaki. And yes. He did say he's creating empathy. Jim's not actual places you can go to but things you can do to get a workout workout through your empathy skills. That's something we seem to need now more than ever so when I saw his book the war for kindness building empathy and fractured world breath and his argument that we can any should exercise this ability. We have to read other people and to connect with them. I just had to invite him on the show. This is so great it can come and talk with me today. You you are an expert in something dear to my heart and dear to the heart of this whole podcast. Which is empathy your introduction to empathy? Seems to have come at a very early age with your family. Your parents. Yeah Yeah. That's right I it's a total pleasure to be here and yeah you're right. I mean. I've been thinking about empathy since way before I knew what that word meant So it turns at that my my parents come from very different places in the nineteen seventies Washington State University in pullman offered full. Ride graduate scholarships to us. Uh students from the world's poorest nations and my mom got the scholarship from Peru. My Dad actually didn't get a scholarship. He was not as good as student as but he the But he he went to Washington State anyways from Pakistan so they traveled from Lima in Lahore and met in in this tiny little town and fell in love. But I I think that what they had in common sense of foreign is in the. US They were both immigrants from such different places. They banded together against the unknown known world. That's right they found solace and comfort in each other and I think helped each other get to know the. US meet each other more comfortable. So was it good. Would for them that they were very different people from different cultures or did that finally get in the way. I think it was good at the beginning because sometimes I imagine so. Let's say that both of my parents were from Peru and made in pullman. They would have so much in common that they could have sort of wrap themselves in that culture right but instead because they were so different from each other and different from their environment. I think they kind of had to adapt together but then as they grew more comfortable in the United States they realized how very little they had in common. which what did that do to use a kid It was difficult right. I mean they They started divorcing first thing when I was eight but it took until I was twelve for them to finish and it was. It was difficult. SORT OF SPLIT And I'm also their only child so when you have these two who cultural backgrounds it's these two perspectives on the world. That are clashing all around you. And you're the only bridge between them. It's a difficult. It's a difficult. Go Situation Right. I mean I kept on bouncing back and forth between their houses was very common for me to be shuttling from my mom's place to my dad's but I felt like every every time I had to recalibrate emotionally like because they had different personalities. You mean absolutely. Yeah not just to prison allergies which they do different priorities orgies. Different things that make them happy different things that upset them and as a kid you think okay. Well if that worked with my mom I'll do the same thing with but it doesn't work at all the now. What would be an example of? How would you have to shift you behavior from one house to another my dad you coming from Pakistan always used to say that the child in his class who got the top score on a test would go to college and the child got the second top score would end up homeless so in that culture of extreme poverty he was really driven to achieve? Achievement meant everything to him and he worked extremely extremely hard himself and so when we would talk he would always want to know what my grades were. You know we would talk about how smart he thought I was in how I was underachieving being and so I had to sort of try to perform Like I was a Futura successful physician I suppose for him. And how did that contrast with how your mother she she could. She could care less about my what what what what was important to her. She wanted me to be close with my family and with her and with her mother who who then lived with us us and so you know one person was pushing me to be this relational creature. Yeah and another was pushing me to be. This extremely individualistic high achiever and I learned if performed different versions of myself. So you will you had to read each one of them mm-hmm and figure out if you were registering was what they wanted from you. What they needed from you? Is that the beginning of your pro empathy practice. It was. Yeah I always think of my parents voices and empathy Jim from right. I forced me to almost really as a survival skill to work at sort of connecting and reading people it's a high stakes high stakes version of empathy training..

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Exploring the origin of mass

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:34 min | 3 years ago

Exploring the origin of mass

"With Stewart. Gary. In a discovery that could provide new insights into the origins of mesh in the universe. Following the big bang, scientists from the international Jay park. Fifteen collaboration have used experiments with canes and helium three to demonstrate for the first time the existence of an exotic nucleus containing two protons, and at bound K on KOA a type of Meson existence of Maisons was first proposed back in nineteen thirty five and their eventual discovery was awarded with in their Bill prize K on's. Okay. Maisons are composed of an antiquated and aquatic pair and the recently become an important topic in research quarks elemental subatomic particles, and a fundamental constituent of matter quarks combined to form compass particles called Hedera NHS the mistake of which protons and neutrons which make up a tummy nuclei. Judo phenomenon is Kelly confinement quarks and never directly observed fan in isolation. But only. Kerr within Hadron, which exist. Either is Barry on such as protons and neutrons Maisons Kwok's have various intrinsic properties, including electric charge mass, college and spin they're the only elementary particles in the standard model of particle physics to experience all four fundamental forces in nature electromagnetism, gravity and both the strong and weak nuclear forces there. Also, the particles whose electric charges are not integer multiples of the elementary charge. There are six types of Kwok's. Then is flavors up down top bottom. Sometimes co beauty champion strange up and down. Quarks have the lowest messes the up quark is a charge of two-thirds while the down quark is a charge of minus one third approach. Proton is composed of two up quarks and a down quark while the neutron is made up of one up quark two down. Quarks heavy aquatics rapidly change into up and down quarks process of particle decay. The transformation from high MS to alone. Mash state because of this up and down quarks generally stable in the most common in the universe. Whereas strange charm bottom and top quarks can be produced periodically in high energy collisions such as those involving cosmic rays or in paddock accelerators for every quack flavor. There's a corresponding antimatter counterpart or, but if is only some of its properties have equal magnitude but opposite sign apart from the quarks glue that constitute the nuclear weapons, there are also Valence quarks which contain re pop into and out of existence due to quantum fluctuations. Now, the thing with antics and quacks think with all matter and anti matter. In fact, is that they know that each other as soon as they come into contact, and k on's usually exist as virtual quantum particles that pop into an out of existence inside the nucleus that under the right conditions. These virtual quantum particles could become real bound paddock was in a nucleus. And for at least a fleeting moment before they know at each other. They could become part of an exotic nucleus along with it to become neutrons and protons fan in the nucleus. That's because there is a slight time lag before the Kwok adequacy an island each other understanding how this happens could provide fresh insights in the mysteries such as the origin of mess and the quantum phenomenon of Cala confinement in quantum criminal amick ferry college charges completely unrelated to the everyday meaning of color. It simply uses the primary color labels, red blue and green to describe the properties of different types of quarks and how they interact through blondes with a correspond. Nding particles particle with a red green and blue charge has a corresponding Addy particle in which the culture must be the anti color of red green or blue respectively for the college to be conserved in paddock Adipatah, particle creation and annihilation in quantum? Crumley dynamics color confinement is the phenomenon that quarks must be bound together. In groups that can't exist in solution. Instead three different colored Kwok's red green and blue must combine the former Barry on such as the protons and neutrons fan in atoms while to quarks made up of color and Anti-cull pay combined to form Maison interestingly, if you try to pull these Kwok's apart the strong nuclear force, holding them together gets even stronger sort of like pulling on Listrik band. Eventually the energy required becomes so great that a new quick Eddie Kwok created as per Albert Einstein's famous mass energy equation Hake was MC squared so to investigate. This the authors tried an experiment in which they tipped it to bind a k. Gone to a nucleus to do the experiment. The researchers decided to use a helium trae target. That's a nucleus man up of two protons and a single neutron Binoche yet. And you Trump from the hill. Three target the authors were able to greatly reduce the energy of the K on by using the recoil of the action. And replacing the neutral with a K on by forming a tightly bonded nucleus with two protons and a single K on reporting the journal physics lit be the study's lead author mushy co Zaki from the racking cost of pioneering research says the experiment shows that Meson can exist in nuclear matter as a real particle like should've that's not dissolved in water. He says it opens up a whole new way of looking at it. Understanding nuclei understanding such exotic nuclei will give sides insights into the origins of the massive nuclei as well as how matter forms in the corp- neutron stars the authors now intend to continue their experiments using heavy nuclei to further their

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Emiliano Sala: Search for Cardiff City FC player's plane suspended

A Public Affair

00:47 sec | 3 years ago

Emiliano Sala: Search for Cardiff City FC player's plane suspended

"Genital mutilation, which was banned in the country nearly a decade ago. The army and police raided a traditional ceremony after a tip-off that the procedure was due to be carried out on ten women. According to Nigeria has ruled that the leader of the country's main Shia Muslim groups should be granted access to his personal doctors within three years after he was hurt during an army assault on his headquarters. Shaykh Ibrahim zek sake has been detained since his headquarters in the city of Sarah was attacked grant ferret reports a lawyer for the leader of the Islam movement of Nigeria said he needed urgent access to his own medical staff. He told a court in Kaduna that the health of Shaykh Ibrahim Zak Zaki who sixty five was worsening by the day. He said he'd been blinded in one eye. I'm losing sight in the other. He said the shakes wife Zeenat who's also facing trial still had bullets in her. Body from the army assault in December two thousand fifteen. An official inquiry found the Nigerian military killed nearly three hundred fifty people during the operation. The bodies were buried in mass graves grant ferret reporting. This is the world news from the BBC. Tony police have confirmed that the mutilated bodies of two men found last month have been identified as two prominent critics of the time monarchy and the military Gionta cry date Lillard turned another man known only by his last name which were found on the shore of the mckown river in northeast Thailand. The world anti doping agency WADA has decided against reimposing sanctions on Russia, even though Moscow Mr. deadline by more than two weeks to handover data from the laboratory at the center of alleged state sponsored doping Alex capstick CRA ports. It'll be judged by many anti-doping campaign is just another example of water being soft on Russia lifting the ban last September was conditional. On the extraction of data from computer systems inside Moscow's anti-doping the borough tree by the end of December. It was eventually turned over eighteen days late. But although the deadline was missed water has concluded. It's not enough to warrant a fresh suspension. Wanted will undoubtedly frustrate some people water will focus on the fact, they now have information, which they hope can identify competitors. You benefited from one of the biggest cheating scandals in sporting history. Alex capstick an Indian woman who defied threats by right-wing mobs to enter famous Hindu shrine. Our inlaws are now refusing to let her into the house Conaco dura gun. So she's been accused of bringing the family into disrepute by worshiping these Ramallah hilltop temple in the state of Kerala women of childbearing age have traditionally been banned. But last September the supreme court ruled that this was discriminatory. The nominations have been announced for this year's Oscars with the movie streaming service. Netflix getting a best picture nod for the first time for its film Roma directed by all funds. So Koran Roma is the story of a domestic worker in Mexico City in one thousand nine hundred seventy one it's drawn from the director's own

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