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Fresh update on "zurich" discussed on Anything is Possible

Anything is Possible

00:47 sec | 14 hrs ago

Fresh update on "zurich" discussed on Anything is Possible

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"zurich" Discussed on No Laying Up

No Laying Up

06:17 min | Last month

"zurich" Discussed on No Laying Up

"Fans paying the price for more quote engagement Let me start with. Of course i you know this is a guess at best. But i mean with the fact that it's not branded the fact that it's not sponsored i gotta assume it's just a byproduct of the massive increase in tv rights. I think it's just straight cash. Homey like from the from the coffers. I don't think this is some dark water. In the tv rights went up three hundred million from the previous and this is four forty divided about three hundred exactly so much. I don't think there's some secret you know funding of this or something. I think it's just cash from the pga tour. I believe. I think it's what the volunteers pay. It's all. yeah. I gotta do the math on how much they pay for those shirts that had like heavy cotton volunteer polos couple lunch. Tickets were if. I'm running one of the charities tied of these events that have taken massive massive hits during the covid era of golf. What is what is what is my reaction to this all right. There's there's there's a couple places to start one side is there should be a bunch of people that are really really pissed off and that this should rubbed the wrong way and that this should look ostentatious and it should look like the rich getting richer and all of those perspectives. You know we'll we'll talk about. I also think on the other side of the aisle like it's a very smart idea that makes total sense and i can completely understand how and why they came to the conclusion to do this. And why they chose to execute it this way and i honestly like as kinda weird. And he's just weird as it feels to say like i kinda have to side with like. Pj tour like dude. I totally get why. I had to do it this way. And it's not as simple as like they're not they're not sitting around be like all right. We got this forty million. Where do you guys think we should give it. Should we give it to charity or should we give it to the players. It's not like this was some slush fund of money that they're like well let's just give it to the players say they've earned it man they earn it. This is a complete defense against the encroaching. pg l. i mean to add on that. If i can pick up. There is a yawning. Believe us but the threat was and still. I don't know if it still is but at least at one point was very real even past the point that people probably thought it was dead. The pg threat was still very much. They're extremely there and you can't. That can't be denied. Now especially with this development tour. Had to make a move like this. And i think and i think we even said this back when we first started talking about charities kind of getting short changed in relation to these events as like maybe long run for all the charities involved the pga tour that a short term hit is best in in terms of like the tour had to get their arms around their their whole the the frequent tour. Like i'm like. I said they were gonna lose the tour but if you lose your forty eight of your top sixty players or whoever was going to jump ship in theory you got a big big problem into the future. So they put up a wall around what they have and say all right here. We're making this richard. We're giving you an incentive to stay this this and this and that's going to help us drive value into the next whatever millennium if you will and that's going to help fund a lot of these charities into the future because if we lose these guys there every year is going to be like twenty twenty for these charities. Yes that's fair. Summary that that's a much better way of saying what i was trying to say. Which is why you lose. All the best guys like the tour starts to go downhill in the charities. Don't get that money anyway. So it's it's a pure. I mean superior like defense move i. It's not like it's it's not just money going to them for the sake of giving the money it's it's money going to them for the sake of them and keeping status quo. Yes do we want to get into the pi p itself absolutely. Let me offer from a good friend. Geoff shackelford geoff shackelford dot com talking about this talking about amen. Break in the story. He revealed a player impact program. Funneling forty million in botas money to stars space on a bunch of doubtable. Crackle incorruptible marketing. Metrics so i guess let's jump in there. What do we think about the formula as we know it to allocate this forty million well so we talked about this a little bit offline and kind of throughout the week as the news came out and stuff and i do feel like every every thread. I kinda start to go down as far as well. They should have done it this way. I always kind of run into dead ends a little bit in the first one for me was appearance. Fees like this all seems like such a needless question. Like just let kinda the whether it's the tournaments or the tour itself or whatever just kind of pick you know go go on who you think deserves this money and figure out how to disperse it to them like this whole algorithm and all the numbers and all the corporate speak and the mvp index of course the hitters meltwater of like that is going to be so easy to make fun us all. That shit seems so stupid so in my head. I'm like well. Why don't you figure out some way to disperse the money to the tournaments and let them choose who they wanna give appearance fees to yada yada yada and then solid. We were talking about that today. Like that ends up getting it's messy. It's messy it's like yeah you can't you know our tournaments fighting over appearance fee money from the pga tour and they're responsible for recruiting these players. Starting getting him bidding. Moore's for you know paying dustin johnson a million dollars to come here paying tiger woods a million and a half to come here to you spend all it's messy it and then you become a you know we joke about it all the time but as the member run organization when you start arbitrarily just giving cash to people without without receipts. Yes then you start getting the patrick reed You know the line drive section You know you're not treating me fairly why why does and you're talking about shitload of money. Also it's like. I mean literally. It's going to come down to. Why did this guy get two million dollars. And i didn't get two million dollars like show me some. You know what's the proof and you've.

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Aussies Leishman and Smith Win Zurich Classic in a Playoff

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Aussies Leishman and Smith Win Zurich Classic in a Playoff

"Marc Leishman enhancement of one's very classic of New Orleans in a sudden death playoff with the south Africans Louis is Tyson Giles falso the only team finished regulation play tied at twenty under and won with a par five on the first extra hole is Tyson found the water with his tee shot the teams had traded the lead during a tense final nine holes with the Australians eventually posting the come from behind victory it was the second successful Smith at the tournament but the first with policemen as his team might I'm going to make us

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EU Discusses Russia Strategy as Tensions Grow in Ukraine

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:44 min | 2 months ago

EU Discusses Russia Strategy as Tensions Grow in Ukraine

"European union's leading diplomats will hold a meeting today to discuss russia's alleged involvement in a deadly explosion in the czech republic in two thousand fourteen projects spelled eighteen russians over the weekend in response to what it called unequivocal evidence from check spies charts other security agencies moscow for its part has now enacted a tit-for-tat diplomatic responsible for more on this. I'm joined by benefits here in zurich security correspondent. Good afternoon. good not so. Let's go to to prague this. This is quite a drawn out. Investigation against one must assume Give going all the way back to two thousand fourteen. They must have a pretty compelling evidence and obviously waited this long to ensure. Obviously if you're gonna take moss go on you have your facts though. One one wonders whether that matter sometimes yes indeed quite. The story must be quite substantial as well. The evidence i as well as you say. It's an from six years ago in incident. That saw an ammunition depot blow up to people dying in the process and this this explosion occurred just wendy's goods. Were supposed to be unloaded and sent to bulgaria. Nam steeler. who in turn would provide it. Ukrainian army with These munition so check. Authorities now presented evidence of two men who had requested to visit the site and where checked in into nearby town of ostrava with fake. Id's photos linked to to russian intelligence and the investigative platform. Belling cat in russia has identified the two as members of gru the russian secret service and specific unit there. It's not torius for such incidents by the way said bulgarian straight. It was just a year later poisoned in sofia but he survived.

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Merkel's Bloc Spars Over Who Will Run for German Chancellor

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:59 min | 2 months ago

Merkel's Bloc Spars Over Who Will Run for German Chancellor

"Good after from somewhat soggy. Very not sunny zurich the two leaders of the parties that make angle miracles. Conservative lines in germany have now put themselves forward to replace her. Frau merkel will stand down at september's election with the various premier. Marcus suitor and arm allow shut. The recently elected leader of the cd the christian democrats vying to fill her big loafer as well. Let's get the latest on this now from quentin peel and associate fellow at the your program at chatham house quinton also spent a few years at the f. t. as many of you know he was the man in berlin And of course has met mr lash attack from time to time. Good afternoon quentin good afternoon. Let's maybe start with a bit of a snapshot you've spent some time with mr lasted i've been in the company of mr Suitor before Maybe let's compare notes. Because the last time i was In munich at large event it was the unveiling of Of an a three fifty tons of course Airbus very much invested in bavaria. And there was mr at the center of things and really quite a quite a force Commanding the room Very much that the character that we've seen on On television probably of of late may be but look back a few years clinton maybe even a little bit more bolshie and boisterous but someone who certainly had command and presence How is this going to square when we think about Mister mister lash. Well they are a bit of a contrast rally because lash. it doesn't come over with quite the same self-confidence he seems more hesitant a little more ambiguous. He's not a what marcus urda is. He's not a real conservative. He's much more a centrist in the party. He's much more. The person who would still be a chance salah like angela merkel somebody who tries to bring the different factions together.

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Forced Liquidation of Archegos Positions Is Creating Chaos

Bloomberg Radio New York Show

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Forced Liquidation of Archegos Positions Is Creating Chaos

"The forced liquidation of $20 billion in holdings linked to build banks investment firm. But he brought to market this morning. No stress for single names. Yeah, thanks. Credit Suisse over in Switzerland. Tom in Zurich Down by 13.8% brutal moves their journalistic 15 seconds of the anticipation this morning, a block trade of Viacom. Maybe through Morgan. Stanley. What? The billions number there is, we don't know, and you've got to look for debris from these other prime brokers. Is they unwind this busted trade operative phrase they had that you use Tom. We don't know It's still a lot. We don't know this morning. Yeah, There's no question about that One monitor

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Quantum technology and implications for security in todays computer infrastructure

Cyber Security Weekly Podcast

04:41 min | 3 months ago

Quantum technology and implications for security in todays computer infrastructure

"Welcome to the cybersecurity weekly podcast. I'm jay lewis podcasting from singapore today joining us today. We have a very special guests from switzerland who is based in zurich. And he's a doctor khumalo. Got the donnie. Who is the security researcher. We've could ask security so thank you very much for joining us today jane. I'm very happy to be here with you today. To be honest to it's quite difficult. Also for ricardian super announced. So don't worry about that. So so the first question. I think many of our listeners will be quite keen to know is is quantum computing a high. Because when you read the news and media nowadays we see a lot of investments that have been announced by governments for example the us national science foundation and the department of energy announced. I think with more than one billion over. The next five years in quantum information systems and russia and germany also not far behind announced close to seven to eight hundred million investment china as well spending time billion on the effort. In the private sector's google and ibm are also spending in excess of one hundred million and even bangs like j. p. Morgan is also looking at developing quantum lonzo banking but on data hen. Also some in saying that quantum states are not reliable stable or quite understood well enough to replace the traditional classical computers and some believe that they will never be able to do so. So my question to you is is quantum computing a hype well All these people you mentioned are very smart so if they spend all this money it must be true right now. Kidding apart we have seen tremendous tremendous advancements in this technology in the in the latest ears. So just put it into perspective. So people started discussing about quantum computing. Already more than fifty years ago but it became interesting. I would say nineteen ninety-four with the discovery your applications for cyber security now. At the beginning people were thinking. Okay this is something very interesting from a theoretical point of view. It will never be real. You know it's it's kind of Would be something like Science fiction like however then after that we have seen continues continues progress on the on the research and development and we especially in the last few years we have weakness a situation from you know we can be really controlled. One beat of quantum information to prototypes. That are actually working. So they are still prototype so they are still not powerful enough to tackle Real world problems. But i wouldn't call it to hype this point so from my personal point of view. The trend is quite clear. So you mentioned the difficulties. In controlling information and the related technology so from from a theoretical perspective the technologies well-understood now. There is engineering challenges into building. Something that is working but this is the case we any brand new technology. I mean justice I transistors. They were big bulky. They were barring city You remember the famous quotes like sixty four. Kilobytes of memory should be enough for an anyone. That's right so like every new technology. There is challenges. So what i see is that from a technological point of view the the tuition is progressing much more rapidly than many expected to ten years ago. Now the question. Everybody's asking his okay. But when are we going to have computers. That are not prototypes anymore. That are something that can solve real world problems My impression is that we are very close to the point but there is a difference in what you consider useful because a lot of people say like okay when we'll quantum computers break cryptography. Well i i think that's not a good measure of progress for quantum computer because quantum computers can do much more than that.

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30K Macs are infected with ‘Silver Sparrow’ virus and no one knows why

Cyber Security Headlines

02:55 min | 4 months ago

30K Macs are infected with ‘Silver Sparrow’ virus and no one knows why

"Silver sparrow. Malware found on thirty thousand. Max has security pros stumped. Researchers have yet to observe delivery of any payload from new malware dubbed silver sparrow. Leaving its purpose still unknown. This suggests that it may spring into action once a certain condition is met. Silver comes with a mechanism to completely remove itself. A capability typically reserved for high stealth operations and it runs natively on the new. M one chip. It also uses the mac. os installer javascript. Api execute commands. Which makes it difficult to analyze found in one hundred and fifty three countries with concentrations in the us the uk. Canada france and germany researchers are watching carefully for further developments. Solar winds hackers stole source. Code from microsoft azure exchange and into microsoft on thursday said it concluded its probe into the solar winds hack finding that. The attackers stole some source code but confirmed. There's no evidence that they abused. Its internal systems to target other companies or gain access to production services or customer data it said cases involved downloading component source code related to a small subset of as you're into nine exchange components and that the entire attack is a quote moment of reckoning and furthering the need to proactively embrace a zero. Trust mentality new hack. Let's attackers bypass mastercard pin by using it as a visa card research published by academics from e. t. h. zurich building on an earlier pin bypass attack study shows how to leverage victims stolen or lost a visa. Emv enabled credit card without knowledge of the pin uneven fool the terminal into accepting inauthentic offline card transactions the attack dubbed card brand mix up takes advantage of the fact a contact lists point of sale terminal does not properly authenticated cards application. Id to the payment terminal making it possible to deceive the terminal and simultaneously perform a visa and mastercard transaction with the one card in response. Mastercard has already rolled out. Contra measures sequoia capital one of silicon valley's most notable. Vc firms told investors it has been hacked. Sequoia capital told its investors on friday that some personal and financial information may have access by a third party after one of its employees fell victim to a successful phishing attack although it has not yet seen any evidence of compromised information being traded or exploited on the dark web the company did not provide a date for the attack describing it only as quote recent and quote sequoia capital has more than thirty eight billion dollars in assets under management and in the past has invested in airbnb door dash twenty three and me fire i and carbon black it does not appear that the hack was connected in any way to solar winds

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E.U. leaders consider travel bans, faster vaccine rollout to contain coronavirus variants

Monocle 24: The Briefing

04:02 min | 5 months ago

E.U. leaders consider travel bans, faster vaccine rollout to contain coronavirus variants

"And good afternoon from rather balmy zurich. For this time of year we begin. Today's program in this part of the world where you leaders have been holding late night. Talks in a bid to coordinate their response to the spread of virus. Brussels has stopped just short of an outright ban on non essential travel between member states but warned tougher restrictions could come within days if efforts to curb the virus fail. Well i'm joined on this topic right here in zurich by monocle twenty four security correspondent beds banners. Also at the center for security studies at eight hundred are good afternoon. Beco- can often entirely Surprises out of this. But maybe before we get to surprises. Maybe just bring us up to speed what happened amongst all of those same samsung screens. That you leaders had to look into the hours this morning. Indeed was a four hour online summit as one does these days the ninth. Eu summit actually since the pandemic has broken out and well. Let's say we had a fairly good picture even beforehand. What they will discuss. And what the actual positions of countries are we had a number of statements for example by the german leadership chancellor merkel but also her chief of staff saying that they may be forced to close borders even though this is a measure they they will not really want to take. It should be a drastic measure Dustbin luxembourg's prime minister. Probably most outspoken. Saying closing the borders in two thousand and twenty was a mistake. It would be a mistake to now so these were the positions hence also know very clear decisions. It's fairly vague at this stage. What was decided that indeed non essential travel across borders should be restricted. But it's not clear to what extent by what measures where exactly was on the lion. Eu commission president only made one thing. Clear that at this stage but that may change. That should not be blanket closure of borders at least that okay. So what you're saying. The distillation of that is no no no great surprises. We knew or this is going to go Now we also seen other other measures which have of course now been adopted by member. States individually France announcing off the back of this. That they're now going to expect that people will have to have a cronut s going into the country Can't be older than seventy two hours. Of course something which almost seems to be coming standard these days as much as they want to threaten. They were talking in the language of over the next days. But we know that this is kind of a grip on on the virus with the spread of it in the next few days So was this a little bit of. I don't want to say An exercise in pr to be seen to be doing something because the eu stands for sharing the who's built Really the foundations of its brand around the notion of open borders. There is certainly an element of pr in that and understandably so because we all remember last spring when countries unilaterally without coordinating with very neighbors Closed their borders full. Well sometimes even essential travels it was. It was quite strict at times We all remember that and now obviously the eu is trying to to appear that. They've learned from that that they want to coordinate on this. And that's why this summit has the border issue on agendas strongly to actually prevent countries from implementing measures. But as you just hinted these national measures are still really important where the france opposes the requirement to have a negative. Pcr tests for covid. That actually makes a huge difference. For whether belgians or luxembourg ins spanish people across the border to go grocery shopping or apply for jobs and so on so we still have these national measures. They have to be national also. Make sense it's it cannot all be e you wide but certainly there was a political push to appear like there's coordination. We're only seeing that in coming few days of an all. These suggestions that have been made will actually be put into detail and so it all comes down to the detail how this will be implemented.

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Covid-19 vaccine: First person receives Pfizer jab in UK

Monocle 24: The Briefing

10:12 min | 6 months ago

Covid-19 vaccine: First person receives Pfizer jab in UK

"Well. Biontech and pfizer's landmark coronavirus vaccine has been given to the first person in the uk as part of a mass immunization program. The uk's vaccine roll it is being watched keenly across the rest of the world has other countries begin. Prepare to vaccinate their own populations for the latest on this. Let's talk to our health and science correspondent. Dr chris smith. Chris is also consultant for all the gist at cambridge university. I good afternoon. Chris tyler so i guess So far so good at least we have. We have a soundbite already. We had at the top of the program from this ninety year old woman. Who's been there the first to be to vaccinated chris last week. We saw a little bit of Chest thumping on the part of some politicians the uk saying look. This is great The uk is steaming ahead. How eagerly he would you say not. Just the immediate neighbors across this side of the channel but around the world are going to be watching. What are they going to watching. Forty you think over the coming days and weeks as this rolls out well think it will be a confidence boost to those other countries because no one likes to be i they unless it's a shorty. A dead cert. There's always some risk with any kind of intervention. And this is no different. So having a regulator a regulator that's world renowned the jewelry the medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency. Which is the. Uk's regulator which prior to just having jurisdiction over the uk walls prior to the brexit transition kicking providing that service for the whole of europe. Now europe does that through the ama it. It gives a precedent that other countries can look to and say right. Okay one fairly ferry. Big actor has gone ahead with this nathan. It's good therefore we're happy to Gives us some confidence too. So i think that there's always that aspect to it and it's coming good for the uk in the sense that it saying here we are. We've had a pretty rough time with this. But now some some fantastic triumph of sciences kicked in and we're about to start deploying this across the country and we're gonna we're gonna protect our outpatients. We have this type of approval from a respected Player how much do agencies elsewhere of course within the eu and obviously similar bodies all over the world. how much does it short circuit For them as you said. It establishes a precedent And does that mean that you have you know days or weeks then knocked off the process. Of course he. I'm sitting here in switzerland. Obviously a lot of talk as well about of course is also on the uk as well so does it actually then really prevent And and and and you do you have a moment where you have a real series of time locked off. They'd process well. The europeans are considering this through the jurisdiction of the ems the european medicines agency but the uk is still subject to a you know and in the uk is used one particular rule which is a regulation one seven four which is a specification for in public health crisis. Or emergency you can. Emergency approved something for use in your particular jurisdiction so the nhra has used that to approve this for the uk. Any other country in europe could've done the same thing so it's quite interesting that they've actually decided to white on a broad overarching decision from the a. But it doesn't matter. Who your regulator is they have to meet the same checks and balances. Because at the end of the day they all the gateway between a manufactured product and the public who going to receive it and it's on their neck that the decision rests so then going to say a will. They did it so we'll kind of ignore with this stuff would just sign it off. They are going to apply wherever they are in the world the same rigorous checks that they would apply whether or not someone else regulated something but it does help to give them confidence and he gives them a bit more political impetus when they see that. Another major regulator has taken a product which is also going to be wheeled out in that particular country and said well you know what's good enough is enough the ganda over the past few weeks. Of course astrazeneca moderna in this case. Biontech visor they. They've all been popping up in the headlines. Chris and of course various speeds that of course these approval processes have been working at now. We have three vaccines. We're we're now told her that there might also now be a fourth which is very much in play might be getting closer to approval. How different are all of these in terms of effectiveness and and do they all function largely the same way or do you. Also because obviously many countries that are hedging their purchasing all of them. Am i going to be particularly concerned. In a couple of weeks. If if i choose to get the moderna vaccine versus the astrazeneca versus the by pfizer one. In fact i think the uk has go options in on seven different vaccines and yes. You're right three of them are nearing the finishing nine in the uk but there are many others waiting in the wings around the world. There are ten different types of vaccine the work in ten different types of ways or being generated a more than forty and now in advanced stages of clinical trials. So pretty soon. We're going to have more vaccines than we can shake a stick at up to a point. That's a good thing and it's a good thing because not vaccines are going to be suitable for all people not vaccines are going to be available to all people not vaccines are going to work in all territories and what i mean by. That is if we take the fiso vaccine as an example. This needs to be kept at minus seventy degrees until five days or so before you're going to use all nine hundred and seventy five doses that are in batch and i've just seen a letter go from medical director saying can we make sure that we we use all nine hundred seventy five days in a within the five days so that we don't waste any of this very precious vaccine. Now that's going to be no use whatsoever in some countries where they don't even have a stable. Electricity supply let alone a stable minus eighty degrees freezer. So therefore having lots of options is a powerful thing also We don't know what the long term outcomes with these vaccines against be. We know that they provide pretty high level of protection but short after the vaccination program is finished in other words in in the weeks to a month or so. The person's completed the vaccine course. They're protected with the fis vaccine to the level of about nine hundred ninety five percent. But what happens in five months. What happens in a year. we don't know. And it may well be that other products that come along are able to confer a longer term protection. They might confer a big boost if you give one of those on top of one of the other products. This is a learning process. We're going to be sort of going through this process as time goes on an. It's always good to have more options. Where this sort of things concerned. If if your project yourselves twelve months twenty four months out do you think we also end up in a place because of because of cost because of stability many other things that they're only going to be potentially to vaccines. Is that the way things often go. The other ones might be effective but they might be too expensive as you said they might be too volatile and they fall by the wayside. I so i guess what i'm getting at. Will there sort of a clear winner in all of this in terms of one of the players and obviously the concoction that that ends up within the syringe. Well it's hard to say. I mean you know it's like niels bohr. Who is the forefather of quantum mechanics. Said prediction is very difficult especially when it concerns the future. But it's it's going to be very hard to know because we don't know what the long term outcome with these agencies. They are expensive. These genetic vaccines that pfizer. Madonna offering all pricey the astra zeneca vaccine. Which is still sitting with the regulator here in the uk. At the moment that one will be much cheaper and is also much easier to deploy and store so that there are pros and cons of all these things and it may not come down to simply a case if this one does this and this one does this therefore two horse race. I think we will definitely be a market for a few of these products whether or not. That market's going to be sufficient to sustain all forty plus of the clinical trials that are going on now but but certainly while the world is rushing to get this stuff in sufficient volume. Because that's the issue at the moment the companies just can't push it out the door fast enough the moment it's any partner storm so people are desperate to access whatever vaccine they can as fast as they can and just before we go chris any sense. When you're maybe discussing with your medica- medical call leaks. What the uptake is is going to be. I was talking to a doctor at the university hospital here in zurich the other day his defense was that you know probably just within the hospital owned probably fifty percent of the staff. You know would not be interested in taking the vaccine. Is that sort of a a pretty good gauge. In terms of how the public will look at this. Or if you're not in the medical trenches all day maybe you're going to be keener to take it any any house view from your side. I'm sensing quite a degree of what we dub vaccine hesitancy based on the questions that are coming into various radio programs on participating in basic enquiries from members of the general public and if you look at the day to this come out of the pew research center in america have been running a number of population surveys in the states and originally that was very alarming showed that fifty percent of people would reject a vaccine offered one at that point in time. They recently repeated that survey found that in fact the uptake had risen to fifty from fifty to sixty percents so in other words forty percent. Turn it down. But that's still forty percent. Turn down right now in the uk. We think it's probably going to be Less than that but at the same time still a significant proportion of people are uncertain citing rapid production very rapid approval. As a reason for concern. I do think this is largely going to take care of itself though because what will happen is that because of the way in which these vaccines are being rolled out to high priority high risk groups. I with a trickle down into the younger echo lonzo society over time by the time many of the people who live in countering who is saying. I'm nervous about this. Come to be offered a vaccine. It will have actually been through a very significant proportion of other people and that may well have in still quite a bit confidence into people are safe track record by then so i think it may be one of those short term problems. The actually takes care of itself. That's what i'm hoping anyway. Chris thanks very much for that. That was monocled health and science. Dr chris smith.

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Trump Administration Passed on Chance to Secure More of Pfizer Vaccine

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

06:09 min | 6 months ago

Trump Administration Passed on Chance to Secure More of Pfizer Vaccine

"Tonight. The new york times reports trump administration officials past one fighter offered in late summer to sell the us government additional doses of its covid nineteen vaccines now. Pfizer may not be able to provide more of its vaccine to the united states until next june because of its commitments to other countries in a news conference today with new york governor andrew. Cuomo doctor and chief who will serve as joe biden's chief medical advisor on the nineteen said this when you have seventy five eighty percent of the people vaccinated. You have an umbrella of protection over the community that the level of community spread will be really really very low. The virus will not have any place to go when that happens. Governor is going to be entirely dependent upon how well we do. How will i do you do your health officials in getting the message out of why it's so important for people to get vaccinated because it fifty percent of the people get vaccinated then. We don't have that that umbrella of immunity over us journalist now zurich bright. He's a member of the president. Elects corona virus advisory board. Thank you very much for joining us. Really appreciate it. You've gone from being a trump administration. Whistleblower saying that the trump administration was not taking the coronavirus pandemic seriously enough to now being an advisor to the incoming president. I wanna get your reaction to this new york times report tonight that the trump administration was offered more of the pfizer vaccine which is not very close to being approved here Turned it down and now won't be able to get more until the summer possibly at the earliest lawrence. Thanks for having me on tonight. The news is really concerning as you might imagine and we are still looking into that now. We're assessing to see what actually has been ordered and what still needs to happen to ensure that we have enough vaccine doses for all americans as quickly as possible. This highlights something. I've been talking about for many months as a vaccine expert. Making vaccines is very complicated. It's a very complex process. It takes time to make the vaccine to evaluate the vaccines and then we have to ecorse review the vaccines. The fda will be doing on thursday for their safety and how well they work and then the really hard work starts and distributing those vaccines and getting them out and to healthcare centers in the hospitals and community so people can be vaccinated so we have a lot of work ahead of us and one of the greatest concerns. I have is you heard. Dr fauci share at the same time. If we don't have enough maxine soon enough to create that level of immunity in our community there were going to be faced with dealing with this pandemic and the consequences of the pandemic for much longer. Listen to more of what. Dr fauci had to say today. More people going travel over christmas if they're going to have more of those family and friends gatherings that you accurately said or an issue so if those two things happen and we don't mitigate well we don't listen to the public health measures that we need to follow that we could start to see sings really get bad in the middle of january for state or city that is facing similar problems without substantial mitigation. The middle of january can be a really dark time for us. Do you see that. Same vision of the middle of january. Dr fauci sees getting worse every day. Unfortunately we are in the middle and the dark winter that we project it we would be at if we didn't take those public health measures earlier in the year if our government didn't lead by example and and really encouraged people to follow the public health guidelines. I wearing masks avoiding crowds. That didn't happen over the last several months. We are now in what i described in may as what would be the dark winter in modern history and we are now in the and december and is likely to get much worse. I do want to say though that many people are wearing their face mask. And many people are following the public health guidelines and social distancing and actually reports. I saw just in the last week said even more people are starting to wear their masks regularly when they leave their home. That's very encouraging. And i'm very very grateful for those people who are following those guidelines. We do need to get many more people to do that though. We need to have about ninety five percent of the population wearing your face mask. Every time he leaves the house outside and inside now and keep in out of crowds and keeping away from others in small groups as much as possible. That is how we're going to control the spread of this virus until we do have sufficient vaccine available to provide that community protection that we need so desperately. When we see dr fauci appearing with governor cuomo that seems like A certain kind of concession by donald trump that would be unimaginable Donald trump had been reelected. While i can say is that we need leadership now and i'm so glad that we have a president elect biden and vice president-elect harris coming into office. I thought you see. I think you saw the news today announcing the nominee for hhs secretary and a whole group of scientists coming into lead hhs. So i'm convinced now. We have leadership coming in sciences back. And we're going to get a hold of this virus we're going to control. The pandemic ended athlete. Come in in january

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3000-Year-Old Orbs Provide A Glimpse of Ancient Sport

60-Second Science

01:29 min | 8 months ago

3000-Year-Old Orbs Provide A Glimpse of Ancient Sport

"Ballgames are a big source of modern amusement even amid pandemic but they're nothing new consider for instance, a forty, five, hundred year old linen ball found in a child's tomb in Egypt, or thirty, six, hundred year old rubber balls from Central America where the contest called for players to slam the ball with their hips. Now, researchers have pinned to date on what they say are the oldest sporting balls in Europe or Asia three spheres dug up from the tombs of horsemen in the desert of northwestern China crafted three millennia ago we're quite sure that they were used Houston. Some kind of Bat, and Ball Game Patrick Birdman is an archaeologist at. The University of Zurich and part of the team that analyzed the ancient sporting equipment. The balls are about three inches in diameter wrapped in rawhide leather and stuffed with leather strips in hair, and then also when you look at the Chinese character of fall itself, it's quite interesting because this character is made up of the ideograms of hair and letter details and photos of the balls appear in the Journal of Archaeological Science reports as for how this ancient ball and stick game was played. It could be something that Polo but it could also be something like like an early form of hockey or goal, but since we don't have any. Textual evidence and we don't have any sticks from the same period we don't really know. Regardless of the Sport Fared Min and his colleagues write that a ball game of any kind would have provided excellent exercise and military training to.

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Belarus: Dozens arrested as police blast protesters with water cannon

Monocle 24: The Briefing

08:20 min | 8 months ago

Belarus: Dozens arrested as police blast protesters with water cannon

"Riot police in Belarus have deployed water cannon and stun grenades to break mouse protests in the capital. Minsk demonstrations gripped the country since Alexander Lukashenko's disputed election victory in August. But critics say the authorities are now routinely using violence to suppress political dissent will join in studio here in Zurich by monocle twenty, four security correspondent. Ben. Ben Who is also a researcher at the. Center for Security. Studies at eight here in Zurich and is an expert on Bellarusse good afternoon. Welcome to the roofing. Thanks can often and tyler. Let's start as this is something that we've been living with since August and like many things with the news agenda other stories have overtaken Belarus in away but bring us up to date on really what is happening. As we said, we've seen obviously what is seen as as a spike in violence by the government but where where do we stand right now? Indeed. This is the yesterday was the tenth Sunday of protests including election, Sunday? Exactly ten weeks ago that we've seen massive protests in better than we talking hundred thousand people or more particularly in the capital means but in other cities across the country, the thing is it's probably hasn't has hasn't been in the headlines as much as in previous weeks is that indeed, there has sadly not been any political progress that these this protest movement has achieved, the government keeps cracking down. On protests and this Sunday was yet again, more violent than previous Sundays. So we've seen disturbing videos of people being beaten up in the streets in prisons and hundreds of arrests set again including lots of journalists you mentioned that this is it's it's nationwide and but of course, obviously, the focus is probably on the capital. Are there other areas where you would say that also that there is more attention to you see greater agitation towards frontiers or anywhere else in the country? Sutton in the foreign policy realm, we've seen an escalation as in the EU and contacting you for ministers are discussing sanctions against betters on this very day we've seen this realm escalating in a sentence number of countries have not only enacted sanctions against Belarus officials. We've also seen nine countries currently pulling back staring Bassedas from as a signal of discontent. So that's certainly an escalation and that includes all of Belarus neighbors apart from Russia including, for example, Ukraine with which relations have so far been actually quite quite quite cozy, and this is certainly an escalation. Domestically, we actually shouldn't even talk about the tenth Sunday of protests which was yesterday, but maybe about the sixty four, th day of protests because we focus on these massive rallies in the capital as you said, but as local activism across the country and particularly local neighborhoods where people probably feel more safe from government repression and there's been for anywhere from concerts, small gatherings, distributing leaflets, hanging out flags, these white red white flags of the opposition that we've seen everywhere and even honking by bus drivers honking bye-bye trains. There's these many quiet signs of solidarity that Belarussians have. Given each other over these weeks. But indeed, no political progress whatsoever as someone who's spent time in the country what do you think the the political divide looks like I say political divide. I mean for the man and woman on the street are we talking about? Could you say there's a twenty thirty percent hard line know super pro Lukashenko backer of versus the rest of the country countrymen. Do you see people buy into the vision and he'd it's obviously very hard to say because we lack reliable survey data this moment but there is room about exactly these twenty to thirty percent which are still staunch supporters of Lukashenka, and that can. Be for very material reasons because they owe their positions in government jobs or the social benefits. This very government I would doubt though that these would be the people who would go out and rally in his favor because I think I've said it in the past as well about Belarussians that tend to be quite pragmatic because there is so little way to voice wants political opinion. that. They look they have the need to make ends meet and that certainly a factor. But what we can tell the shore is that there's a majority that is unhappy with the way the country is ruled and with his person in particular maybe less. So with the political system as such but certainly, with Lukashenka, he's lost all legitimacy in the eyes of majority of Belarussians. How they behave in their everyday life is certainly a different story. We we only see in the end, a minority that goes out to protest and shows their faces. Towards to authorities because obviously, they will become a target of repression and we've seen so many instances of arrests. Also of people being snatched from their own homes from the streets of from. So people are hesitating but the certainly majority that wants to see taint change and won't have any to emphasize everyone so far is peaceful apart from state security forces and that's quite remarkable given. It's been months since the protests that we haven't seen any escalation on that end if we turn to Brussels and e ministers, the discussion that they will be having today the the probably having it right now. Aside from recalling ambassadors, which is, of course, is is wonderful symbolism but I guess when we talk about potential sanctions, one would be thinking clearly economic where can the EU and well I, mean I guess. The. The first point we have to recognize as well that there is an a manufacturing base there are a number of big companies are you based companies that manufactured Belarus the not probably slapping not right at the front of or at least that made in Belarus on the front of their labels but nevertheless, you do have an economic base which is based on manufacturing what, what can e you do and how hard will the EU push on sanctions Indeed so so far we've seen sanctions against the vigil individuals to say we've seen in the past as well. So we talk ministers, we tone security heads of security forces currently not look Shaneco himself, but that may change, for example, German foreign minister, high comas also for sanctions against Lukashenko. Deed this very limited political signals that the US currently sending can send whereas economic sanctions as you indicate, that could particularly be restrictions for access to capital same as a sanctions against Russia. In certain areas those would certainly hurt the regime more particularly the. Elite that is still dependent on Lukashenko as well and the state-owned enterprises that are important factor in Belarus the problem with that, and that's really the pickle you for ministers are in first of all this hurts. European. Companies probably negligible but second, it hurts workers in Belarus themselves. People working in it in factories, they will lose their jobs, they will lose their income and the only access to capital to investment. will be left for Belarussian authorities will be. Russia. So this dependence on Russia is already. So high would only increase and that's part of the hesitation of EU officials indeed to enact such broad sanctions that will not hurt the public but also make Belarus more dependent on Russia and just before we go, you're finishing up a paper on the Belarus topic right now as well. will it be available for listeners to consume when it to hit screens? It will certainly be published anytime soon we haven't. Put pitcher with a specific institution it but it will be on Belarussian civil society, which indeed is very tricky because we've seen in a way the remake awakening of civil society these days but this decentralized nature is grassroots movement that we see is so strong. It's so convincing box decentralized nature lack of organization lack of centralized leadership is actually part of their weakness as well. So. We're looking at that how does protest move and translate into political force? Begnaud, Zog for you Bennasar, our security correspondent here in Europe

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Swiss Referendum Considers Canceling Freedom of Movement With EU

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:41 min | 9 months ago

Swiss Referendum Considers Canceling Freedom of Movement With EU

"There was brexit and now there's swigs it if I can call it that Switzerland is not a member of the European Union but some Swiss politicians WANNA cut at least one of the treaties it has with Brussels, specifically, one relating to freedom of movement they're going to hold a referendum on the idea later this month but is Rebecca rosman reports. If they pass this measure, the Swiss could lose out on a lot of other deals with the US will. Switzerland's ruling far-right already the VP says brexit was an inspiration for the coming referendum, which will ask Swiss citizens if they want to end free movement with the EU. With Schwa- as. Marco key as the head of the up told Swiss television. The UK left the e you for one main reason too much immigration and he says Switzerland is fed up to we'll Switzerland has never been an official member, a two thousand and two agreement made it easier for EU citizens to travel in work in Switzerland Vice Versa today's Switzerland is home to about two million immigrants two-thirds come from the. EU But even though the fall right is framing this vote around immigration the stakes for Switzerland could be much higher than that I mean it would really shatter Swiss you relations. Stephanie Walter Teaches Political Science at the University of Zurich she explains the free movement agreement is trying to six other bilateral treaties on things like trade and aviation. They're all bound to what's called a guillotine clause if you cancel. Laundry Eighty, cancel all of them. The SP already hopes it can convince the EU to make some sort of compromise but Walter says, that's wishful thinking. Do you on the other hand thanks Switzerland already has got one of the best deals of all third party third countries and is not really willing to engage in a lot of compromises especially not in the context of brexit where every move is being. Very closely watched in the UK polling suggests that around sixty percent of voters are against the referendum and the pandemic might be the deciding factor without immigrants. Switzerland would face a significant shortage of healthcare workers take Geneva's university hospital system. One of the country's largest more than half the stuff are what's called frontally a people who live in the EU but cross the border every day to work in Switzerland. Bus Gouzer when asked about that prospect as VP leader Marco key as I said, he was scared to see how dependent Switzerland and become on E. worker is little known on. The crisis has shown that he said, and that's exactly why it's time we become more autonomous and independent. This will go to the polls on September twenty seventh for

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Chocolate snow dusts Swiss town after Lindt chocolate factory malfunction

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:24 sec | 10 months ago

Chocolate snow dusts Swiss town after Lindt chocolate factory malfunction

"A fine cocoa powder. After a ventilation system and a chocolate factory malfunction. The chocolate company confirmed reports that there was a minor defect in the cooling ventilation for a line of roasted cocoa Nibs. In its factory in Alton between Zurich and Basel. The company says one car was lightly coated, and it's offered to pay for any cleaning needed more on these stories, a townhall dot com Balance

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Belarus: UN rights chief condemns violence against protesters, calls for grievances to be heard

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:10 min | 11 months ago

Belarus: UN rights chief condemns violence against protesters, calls for grievances to be heard

"Nations has condemned the use of violence by authorities in Belarus, following the death of a twenty, five year old man in police custody. There have been protests across the country in recent days amid claims, the Sunday's presidential election was rigged in favor of Alexander Lukashenko Lukashenko has ruled Belarus for more than a quarter of a century and is often described as Europe's lost dictator. Let's get the latest. Now a monocle twenty, four security correspondent Benos Zog Begnaud is also an expert on batteries and he joins me on the line from our newsroom in Zurich, a very warm welcome back to the briefing. Bene-. Tell us what are we seeing here? The scale of the demonstrations does seem to be unprecedented in recent times. Embarrass is this potentially a moment of change? High under good to talk to you the the use of the word unprecedented was quite widespread in twenty twenty. But I think when apply to these protests that we currently see in Belarus in a number of cities, it is indeed warranted. So what we have seen since these rigged elections on Sunday and by rigged, we're talking unprecedented rigging elections as well. One could even assume that up to fifty percent of ballots had to be changed to not show Smith Leonard, Dehaan Kia, the main opposition candidate, but Alexander Lukashenko, the incumbent president. Since. Then we've seen a bit of a cat and mouse game and a number, very decentralized protests across the country by a number of people not just young students, for example, the liberal elite of cities but even former supporters of Lukashenko's policies are now taking to the streets and police brutality is indeed widespread. So don't you there is a bit a sense of change there because Russo Society will never be able to go back to what it was as an appreciated kind of this strong welfare state that the Lukashenko provided for as well as disability in the country changes in the air and people have demands unfortunately. Political. System. Under an autocrat, Lukashenka has no way to take these grievances and addressed in any meaningful way. In similar situations in the past, the the only thing that can happen to let the demonstration demonstrators get what they want is for the military or the police force to change sides. As you say, we're saying ordinary police brutality, the the death of a man in custody. That doesn't seem to be any hint of that. Yet is that is that the the the weak point though for Lukashenka that he needs to make sure that that there there is no dissolution amongst those forces. Indeed I think the loyalty of security forces and that's most of the police, but also the army is key. But at the moment, it appears like they still know who they owe their loyalty and their privileges to polices. For example, they have stable positions are well paid, and there's no alternative force that has come up. Let's say a general or any high ranking officers that kind of countered this this narrative I'm so it's very even though on social media as optimistic rumors about the odds officer here and there pledging loyalty to Hanukkah, the opposition candidate these instances are still very rare but one does wonder for how long even the security forces can. Maintain this level of repression because it's a battle day and night for these thousands and thousands of security forces, and the army is a conscription army. So it only has a few thousand paid offices and the rest are well members of the public of the people as well. WHO's loyalty will probably be less so with with the president at all costs but currently, we don't really see these cracks within the elite at some point maybe the way out also to address some of the grievances of the protesters and maybe allow for that to change policies under Lukashenka or under somebody else but it doesn't look like a coup at this stage yet at all. then. What we make of what Russia thinks this time because we know the EU is is saying that this is being a a terrible corrupt moment that the election was not fair. You see you see the opposition leader heading to Lithuanian, being given support there but for Russia's a complicated story because you know they would like better to be back in new within Russia back more closely aligned with Moscow. They have here a maverick leader who's over the years tried to play Moscow off against the European Union. What would Russia like out of this? Do you think they would potentially even like him gone if there was another strong leader who supported Russia. Indeed Russia, the Kremlin specifically isn't a tricky situation here, and even though they congratulated Lukashenko on his electoral victory they've been remarkably quiet overall in a why the not too unhappy with the situation because Belarus that is very busy with itself and is weak politically in that sense and lacks other friends like European, union, which is very critical and may enact sanctions is somewhat in their favor because this will only leave one thing which is continued dependence on Russia. Let's not forget Russia is better. Russa's closest ally genuinely the to share a lot of cultural ties, as well as political ties and economic ties above all batteries for longtime has been dependent on cheap Russian energy as subsidies. But I don't think Putin or the Kremlin on necessarily. Keen on Lukashenko himself staying power as long as the someone that they can rely on and as long as some kind of stability is probably maintained I think. To the West kind of in a wait and see approach how these protests continue does any translation of this descent on at the political level and then it will decide. But at the moment as Belarus is in turmoil, it works somewhat well for the Kremlin but there have to be wary about how this is

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beirut explosion latest news

Monocle 24: The Briefing

06:11 min | 11 months ago

beirut explosion latest news

"Good afternoon from Zurich we start in Lebanon where people are calling for justice following a huge blast in the country's capital Beirut at least one, hundred and thirty five people are known to have died in the explosion thousands more have been injured and many more have lost their homes. Komo mosaic is an entrepreneur who lives and works in Beirut, and he's very good friend of the MONOCLE team. He joins us on the line from Beirut Hello Komo. Good morning by the Hello Calico I I wanted to to start, of course with maybe you painting a little bit of a of a picture for us We are of course. Yeah. Now well, over day into this aftermath of this blast of course, we've spent a lot of time in Beirut together over the years in good times and in bad. But what is the spirit of the city today? What's the spiritual sippy can be after you know I'm not going think immature I think everybody's so this mushroom blast you know. And someone course barrel Shema. So it's the second. Sousa search biggest love ever the over so. I don't know what can be. She would emergency mode on Tuesday nights of trying I. I was I drove from the mountains to within like half an hour which takes maybe two or three times more time. I was trending on the streets just to meet by partner who was wanted at the other end of the street. So I think first, they were completely under the show yesterday we were trying to. To suck leaning. Roberson. Understand who's alive was that was one bit and today is our survey after Sabang and trying to understand what happens and it's devestation. There's nobody people's there's not once the. Organism is doing anything. People are in this three hour cleaning the streets. They are helping people took years, their houses they are moving. To you know and. It's just keeping. Others today the. which talking to understand what happened it took us two days to understand I'm I'm curious to to understand also the psyche because you of course have been through so much as all Lebanese have the decades and of course, there have been there have been car bombs There have been of course, mass protests, and of course we know that Lebanon has been. Through a particularly difficult patch of of late and of course, this this happens I want to about the resilience of of the Lebanese spirit. Are you seeing that because I think we all often always agree that the Lebanese have to be the most resilient people in the world given all that they've they've been through but what what is the spirit like right now? I don't want to hear sort at all anymore I even pronounce foods are. You know I can't hear it anymore I don't think it is what it is just sort of you know we have no choice but to survive But to be able to survive, I'm not able to to say the word was arch to be able to survive your orders need a minimum of strength or. or in your hearts, which is fine. Doesn't exist at all anymore I. think it's like treaties trump and we cannot take all anymore. It's. It's you know. It's lot of. Destruction seeing all your life what would you know over and over again? In the weight it's like bombs tighter cannot be but this. Is. Where it had suspended for dinner is. Completely. Destroyed the trees in front of our issues on how can you get down? Of A tree it is beyond that you can you imagine just like. An on bump and since too much to go over. Where we don't have the choice where we're where you know we're looking at our wounds now. and. I jumped out of meeting where we're trying to set up a kitchen was censored. was the. Central Kitchen full dress project to start cooking for emergency. So we're just trying to get out now of success of the emergency and seeing what can be done and what we can do, what must be done, but it's really very, very, very difficult to scale beyond anything you can imagine. Kamal over the last forty, eight hours. Of course, we've heard a number of countries probably France what am I talking about AIDS and and of course, emergency intervention in the country are you already seeing signs of that? Are you seeing troops or support from from elsewhere already involved with recovery? You Emmanuel Macron. And votes French president arrived city. To visit. That city and president haven't even said a word of on. Anything have been on the grounds so as or nationally and metro is now on the ground just planted and bill, and then the number I cannot. I cannot reply to France and seventy support trump over. So we're you cannot believe what it is. It is overwhelming it's warming our hearts it's giving maybe this is the only thing thousand giving us hope sore going to go on. So, yes. That's about specific receptacle trump something as to moral. That's for specific projects about play you we need everybody. To be able to grow up Camilla's in Beirut we will look forward to, of course, speaking to and Komo hopefully also. Looking forward to coming up to Beirut to join you very soon

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Who was Einsteins first wife

Science Friction

05:13 min | 11 months ago

Who was Einsteins first wife

"Tashin. Mitchell here this week with a controversy that just will not be put to bed. What do you think Russia language of science? Form Language asked me are the narrowly and a fan figura. Can you guess who this is? How is it that fantastic difficult language if international think of wild wiry hair and dark penetrating is he's arguably one of the greatest original thinkers of all time and certainly in science in strive for. An outdoors. And clarity of. concepts. got. Their. Mutuel. Relation. Anti correspondent who sensory date it's L. Dan Stein yes. predicted the behavior of black holes and their immense gravitational pull through his general theory of relativity, which visualized gravity is warping of the fabric of the universe or space time around objects. But have you heard of a woman called Malaysia Malaysia Marriage Johnston to babies sauce she was his first wife and a promising scientist in the making in her own right when they met and fell in love. Now, there's been a vocal malivert fan club in recent years. It says she was fundamental to Albert's early scientific success, even a key collaborator on his theories and that her legacy was hidden. Will a brand new investigation strongly contests this climb and over the next two episodes I'm going to drilling into that evidence to let you decide buckle up. It matters just to know the truth I and Stein is portrayed as the great hero of Science and N Stein is seen as a god and you don't touch demand. For some people is just like attacking the the Cohen that the Bible, you don't touch those things. We try not to make up stories. And this story appears to be largely the hopeful story people hoped it was true they it was true but it doesn't seem to be true. She. Helped in a great. Measure. That Einstein became what he became. I. Have Serious doubts that he would have got where he is. If he did not have her supporters, he needed someone to discuss them. He needed someone to calculate them. Compare them. So she left us a genius that's her gift to the world. It's important that the truth be told when stories are based on very unreliable evidence. When you start to examine the sources, the stories just aren't hold out. And stories that matter. Mathematical abilities rivaled on stands that she co-authored on Stan's early research that they worked late into the not together blazing a trial for quantum physics. Malivert and our wits relationship really on the came to be understood at all in the nineteen eighty s when early letters between them were found in a family bank faulting California very little other material evidence remained then and physicist Dr. Pauline. Gang Gagnon believes they could a reason for that. Two people were really adamant that this story would not come out about manage. These were Helen Ducasse the personal secretary of Albert Einstein and these are two. Nedam. Both of them became, but they were the executors of his estate and these people were adamant that this story will not come. Polling is a particle physicist now retired in Germany she spent much of her career investigating dark matter at the European Laboratory, a of particle physics soon, and at Indiana University she's taken up. Malaya's 'cause and explains that even elbow full story was with health for a long time. The first biographies came out more than twenty years after the death of Albert Einstein the reason was that do not end for example, not allow anything in writing unless he would be righted himself. The everything that was in the possession of Albert Einstein was cleaned up it has to do with the fact that auto. Natan after the death of militia marriage. In. One, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, eight, or two thousand came to Zurich to her apartment. To search the apartment and probably took everything that he could fine of scientific merit. So these people made every effort to clean up what was there and to erase any trace of market right?

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Locked Down in Switzerland and Belgium

Travel with Rick Steves

05:29 min | 11 months ago

Locked Down in Switzerland and Belgium

"Start with Stephen mcfeely he operates being be on Ireland's dingle peninsula in just before the pandemic head Stephen an interest in the hotel Oberland in October and Switzerland that's where he's had to ride out the first few months of the global lockdown good and. My goodness. My Irish friend is learning Spitzer dykes. Good here in the Alps where I've been for four months. Now in splendid isolation, my plan originally was just to come for February and March, but I've I'm still here right well, what does the vibe in Switzerland right now there's a positive vibe. The society is reopening. Tourism travel has started again just no we're on the same level as it was before we had two weekends where there was crazy crowds here huge big crowds from all over Switzerland everybody who was here was from Switzerland or had to be from Switzerland. They weren't necessarily all Swiss because there's lots of international people living in Geneva and Derek and whatnot but everybody from within the barger of Switzerland over with crowds, and then it just died and Monday to. Friday went back to being really really quiet. Okay. Well, this is sort of the very beginnings of the rekindling of tourism I would imagine it'll be people traveling with within their own countries first, and then traveling within Europe, and then finally international travel and transatlantic travel. Yes. That's exactly what we're seeing. The borders here have just reopened. So we're expecting Germans and some Austrians and maybe some French to come now also, I don't anticipate huge numbers like that would have been heretofore. One. Very noticeable thing in the Valley of course, there's no American visitors. As you know, the valley also is very popular with. Chinese travelers Indians many people from Dubai and Saudi Arabia would come here and they're not here this year. So there's a noticeable difference there. So the people getting the real cultural change would be the French speaking. Swiss. German speaking part of his Switzerland and not even leaving their own country exactly. Fifty percent of our guests. Last week were French speaking Swiss and it was the first time I've ever actually met those people and I would say to them. Are you French Swiss would say no, no, we are. All MOM and so I I learned something new immediately the K. The identify as swirl. They were saying exactly what you just said they said it's like we are in a different country it's very dramatic here it's different toossion either those on the do shut down it was really cool. They were very excited to see a different part of their own country. So that was wonderful. Now Stephen you own a hotel in Ireland in Dingle Peninsula and now you own a hotel in Switzerland in Loudoun valley two of my favorite places as a businessman working in both these countries how do you compare the support getting from the government and how the two governments are dealing with this crisis? Well, the difference is. Very. Big. I'm still on team. Ireland. So I want to be positive about my own country, but there's not a lot of support coming. Heretofore in Switzerland for example, within two weeks of the crisis occurring. The. Swiss Federal Council which is the Swiss government offered ten percent of the previous year's turnover and So that's quite a considerable amount of money and they offered that as a loan which was repayable over seven years. Zero percent interest. So they're not looking to profit from it and in Ireland we really struggled to get some assistance. And we got ten thousand euros of overdraft line of credit and but repayable at seven and a half percent interest in Switzerland. We got three hundred thousand. So it's quite a big difference there no-interest at all. No interest at all. Of course, Switzerland may have much stronger and deeper reservists than Ireland, but they were able to immediately come up with assistance very little bureaucracy paperwork, and they immediately got to help us in Ireland. The experience was just simply much different to the government really weren't as proactive for as immediate as were here in Switzerland. The roots here what's around her a lot less strict as well There is a two meter rule here, but I haven't seen anybody wearing masks very much, which is kinda shocking for me because I know in Ireland the whole north of is people should be wearing masks. People definitely are observing social distance. One of my friends said to me that the two meter rule has actually brought Swiss people closer together so. That is so insightful to the Swiss society. It's more difficult thing. It's more difficult thing for Irish people or Italian people are Spanish. Two meters distance than it would be for this people or maybe the. Scandinavians. I can see by home people are wondering. Is the Irish pub culture ever going to come back the way it was with social distancing whereas in. Switzerland. Here for me like I'm I'm in the Alps I'm surrounded by fresh air and. Of of lovely space and it's been a wonderful place to be stranded, I don't even want to complain about it because although I I was stranded here for four months. It was the perfect place I felt very safe. I might have felt different if I was in the middle of Zurich or something or Geneva but I felt very safe. I'd in the Alps and it is lovely and peaceful and quiet, and of course, that's what people are coming here for anyway

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Chicago - At Least 36 Lake Zurich High School Students Test Positive For Virus After Summer Sports Camps

Ben Shapiro

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Chicago - At Least 36 Lake Zurich High School Students Test Positive For Virus After Summer Sports Camps

"At Lake Zurich High School. At least three dozen high school students testing positive For covert 19 They attended summer sports camps, and that is how officials determined that the disease was spread among these students at Lake Zurich. High

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"zurich" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

Defensive Security Podcast

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on Defensive Security Podcast

"Takes taken to task for refusing to pay out. No money for you. This is kind of an interesting convoluted take on the whole attribution discussion. There's historically my perception is there's a lot of organizations that. Kinda wanna get that have been breached kinda wanna get to the point where they can say. Well, you know, it was a nation state. You're stealing thunder from the notes I took. But absolutely. Yeah. You know, it's kind of like if it's a nation state than hell could they possibly be expected to fend against it. Because it's a state-sponsored nations. You know, this is this is near impossible to defend against right? Well on the flip side of that this insure went, well, if it's a nation state attack, that's an act of war. We're not paying into now. Now, the companies end up in a bind of do they get the PR win of saying was a nation state. Whether it is right. I mean, let's let's assume they don't know, and they're just sort of reaching to nation state or state sponsored as a PR win. Now, they've got worry about how that's going to play with their insurer. Yeah, exactly, exactly. If they even control that messaging often when it's a big attack that they don't even own them messaging, but good point good point. So the case here is is is between Mondelez who's Spanish. Food company in insurance companies Zurich insurance group, and so I think most everybody who has since the show is probably pretty familiar with not pet. Yeah. That was the worm that rain around back in two thousand seventeen was purportedly an attack by Russia against Ukrainian organizations in didn't do a great job of staying within the borders of the Ukraine kind of went here there and everywhere in cost a whole lot of damage, and in so in this particular case Zirk is saying, well, you know, this is clearly. Enact of war against. From from Russia against the crane in, you know, you're you're kind of collateral damage and our policy X clued such things in and so. You know, there's kind of an interesting back and forth. The attorney for Mondelez is basically saying, you know. This in the in the cyber domain the act the activities of you know, quote were like behavior are almost indistinguishable from if not completely indistinguishable from normal cybercrime. And it's so, you know, it's going to have to play out in the courts will be really interesting to see I suspect that you know, even even net of this. This particular case playing out in court, you know, you have the ability as a as a consumer to negotiate those kinds of terms with your insurance company could certainly drive. Costs up right because I suspect the average insurance carriers going to take a look and see say that you know, the. You know, the the damage historically caused by a nation state or cyber war is going to probably be higher than than, you know, something that's not and therefore that's we're going to have to cover those losses. The premiums are going to have to be higher and Bob Laso. You know, it's like adding a teenage driver to your car insurance. I get it. Holy crap. Yes. Boy, do I know..

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"zurich" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"And then the game coming. I eat popcorn the press box. They told me I could go on the road. So I went on the road with them one game. I promise. This is terrible the GM and I flew to this place and the team bus. Shelby. Nice meals. We like get nine hundred bus right on from Zurich and the flying back and beat the guys back there to the ring the next morning watching slapshot seven hundred. Yeah. Great. Rested. Changing topics. Are you guys had a bit of shaky start to see if you guys could just stop laughing? And let me ask my serious question for FOX. Journalist journal had a bit of a rough start this season. You guys have been buzzing lately, though, let's talk about the turnaround will hang over from us year, boys. Low too much partying an excess contain with. I never even. Talking about this. But and now. Schmead? Let us down to. I actually what the fuck. Very strong correlation to when you got back did start playing. Yeah. Yeah. I don't know. This is a big part of a team. Right. It does so much less and on enough. The I always I smiled and Basel attitude and talk and always talking is all the ice. Obviously is doing great to. All right. We want. We talk laudable pranks flour. How bad is it with him? Still is he's still he's been pretty pretty quiet. Not been here. I got lazy. I think what we said the other day that the prank games dangerous because once you're in. You're always watching your back tire got tired of doing twelve years. Pranking people. I got somebody good though today. Would you get? What was it was snitching on yourself? Now. It was. Microphone saying then you're finishing the story. I never said did it actually. But. This one. Works PR. So he walks beside me and taps Miller shoulder. And I look any walks on yet aside all shit. So then..

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"zurich" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

The Money Guy Show

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on The Money Guy Show

"Came out in two thousand seventeen from the university of Zurich, and I'm going to kind of integrate that in, but we're gonna get to the bottom of our generous people more successful found some some pretty cool thing. So stick in there with us through this. And then we're gonna talk about some planning opportunities if you are one of those people that wants to be more generous because you'll find out is not bad to be the nice guy, despite what we've been told, and it's kind of jump in because in pop culture when you hear about generosity. We realize that pop culture is actually much darker is kind of a glass half empty instead of a glass half full pessimistic outlook because listen to these things because we've all heard it believed that the world is competitive and a dog eat dog place. We hear that constantly we're on the rat race, man. You got a doggy dog. It's your survival of the fittest. Nice guys finish last. So when you hear those type of things beat into us you start wondering is generosity, a trait that actually let you get away gun because it sounds like man, you gotta look out for years and get yours net doesn't tie into our world view of the abundant cycle. I mean, if we believe that we wouldn't be giving away all this great free advice because that would actually hurt us. But I don't think anybody would watch the money guy show and see we've been doing this going on thirteen fourteen years that we've been affected from being generous. So so there must be something to that side. So I wanted to pull in some actual analytical data because we can go by anecdotally how we feel about it. But let's talk about the analytic. So there's a twenty seventeen university of Zurich research study. And I'm just go read this is from their executive summary of that research. It said quote generosity makes people happier. Even if they're only a little generous people who act solo. Out of self interest are less happy. So that's their selfish. People are very they're muddling around grumpy. Merely promising to be more generous is enough to trigger a change in our brains. That makes us happier. Neuro communists found in a recent study how did that word if the neuro economists founded the heck is a neuro economist will neuro means brain in the communists, mean study the economy. So these are brains that studied the road. I don't know if you saw it in the show notes, I wrote does that make me because if we're coming up with titles like neuro economists is that make me an account -tainer. I don't even know how to pronounce counter -tainer that was not in the show notes. I'm gonna count it by training. But I'm entertaining. That was not in the show got axed pretty early on. I did that. You know, what I think for don't tell Brian this guys. I think for his Christmas present this year. I'm going to get a placard to go and his desk that says the accounta- -tainer, you said that much better than I do because you know, so that's one piece of research. So obviously just the thought of doing something a little selfless does something in the brain. According to the neuro economists which dad where you wanna be when you grow. I mean, son..

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"zurich" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"You are listening to majority house on monocle twenty four live from our zurich bureau is still with me is carlotta rabelo andrew tuck and marcus hippie has just joined us at the microphone hanging around the table we evening we were defecating good evening to you we were talking about the height of this table at ending marcus may need a little bit higher but we'll make do we're standing around drinks in hand there is reception going on this is the first night of the monocle quality of life conference and marcus we were just talking about great cities to live in and what makes them a little bit more livable on how that's a little bit more interesting than some of the bigger well known global cities and your home city or the ho the capital of your home country is consistently on our list audi rates helsinki dessert i think it's really interesting i was actually thinking about that earlier today i think see many similarities i guess a great outdoor options nation so close to you when you all both the hills and kyo zurich i have to say zero may be a bit more exciting when it comes to soap she could actually go and swim in the lake such clean water every day you don't get that in the fetus golf when you go to the seawater and obviously doesn't have moans and see the but separate so many similarities at the same time you know the trump's work perfectly the public saw sport is amazing people are willing to catered edessa great feeling of people being in the same boat and having equal opportunities we are going to look more at the cities we live in tomorrow of course in the quality of life conference andrew i want to bring you back in here just a little bit part of what we talk about a lot on the show i produce the entrepreneurs is is company a great place to work for but now companies are looking at well this is a great place to grow a company to grow a brand and two for people want to work for me and did they want to work here and seems to be one of those places right now this quite exciting going on here and and as you said it's not just a financial hub anymore no so i think that trying to bring in a generation of entrepreneurs is difficult because there's this is an expensive city both rita stay and for san ras and let's be honest the way the swiss system works is often for tax reasons for big corporations as good to be anchored hair he anyways they have a benefit that but they suddenly do live on quality of life but i think that goes down to neighborhoods onto even individual streets in cities that if you can provide somewhat that gives the right mix where you have the opportunity to leave your office and suddenly be an environment is exciting but you couldn't walk out and listen to live music those things make cities so what's interesting is the number of people who are trying to build cities from scratch whether as a a masdar city for example in the middle east they have this concept of what the city should be you can do all the the infrastructure and the deliverables transport very easily but as you work we make z want to be in this is contact the papal coach design a free sonar of excitement the fact that you will meet in date someone that your for 'voliti all these those things attached to place and that's again when we come back to zurich is an interesting zomba because is misjudged bit and actually when you get here offers offers options and actually within a reasonably compact cities plus monfort side the other is.

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"zurich" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

Monocle 24: Midori House

03:50 min | 3 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on Monocle 24: Midori House

"Comes to you live from zurich today for monocle is holding its annual quality of life conference in the city over the next thirty minutes we'll be discussing the push and pull factors that make different locations across the globe work for a well balanced lifestyle but of course let's kick things off with zurich itself as you can hear a bit of a buzz about the place i'm joined by monaco's carlotta rabelo carlo schilder silversmith and editor and chief tyler brule lay all around the table a few of us perhaps with a glass of wine in hand welcome all and as we should point out the conference's kicking off the evening everyone's making their way in delegates are shaking hands will be a book signing coming up everything's sort of happening tyler it's it's all coming together isn't it it is coming to it's been a bit of a fast and furious date started around the table rather early this morning with in addition of of the globalist and we've been forced yeah i mean broadcasting pretty much ratio of course we're heading back to our friends in london for the daily a little bit later but as you said there are probably about say good hundred and fifty people in our space and also spilling out on the street right now we're at ninety four strauss this is our our new home in zurich so i think we can all sort of probably say daniel karla was well we've done a bit of a new experiment in in radio of torn down the walls and and we're liking it it is it's it's a really sort of interesting space we had just a lovely event that will be able to listen to little bit earlier hosted by our josh veteran myself a talk about the hotel industries has been experiment as to how we actually do alive alive programme with an audience of fifty or so people daniels you were saying a little bit earlier we are getting underway this is really the kickoff as we speak we're about thirty minutes into it of our quality of life congress delegates arriving around the world the registering and everything starts tomorrow with a a six forty five run down the lake a dip as well and then with the conference arts hard at nine nine am a way of life that swim in the lake and little run before day get started of course child just one for me more for you right off we've always been in zurich monaco subscribers will know that since day one we've always been in this city but this as you said a bit of a new experiment this is a new location and it's a really great time for the city to isn't it it it it's it's fantastic time for the this is zurich of course being the biggest city in switzerland of course predominantly german speaking but it's it's really a moment of transformation which is a little bit this morning on on the globalist i was doing bloomberg a bit earlier today as well and what you've had here probably over the last decades there's been financial crisis banks have been hit hard by by number of different things but what that is forced dan is a real interesting sense of of entrepeneurship a type of entrepreneurship that we really haven't seen where people have ventured out in the world to do new and interesting things and that's gonna be one of the great i would say probably best panels at our conference is going to be looking at startups but not tech start we're going to be talking to people who've got a running shoe business people who are rethinking how you do a coffee machine and also how do you launch a beauty brand as well carlo i wanna bring you in here you're sort of our men in circa that's been doing everything absolutely everything this week from around these parts house the city changing in the last little while for you how are you seeing things change especially in this neighborhood you're in the riot i'm born in zurich and grew up in zurich and it's interesting to see how zurich becoming an international hotspot it was long just known for its banks and a bit hidden in the mountains and now it's on the global top line and people coming here and visiting and discovering what zurich has to offer carlotta all of us around the.

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"zurich" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"Isn't that great see i love we'll see here's the difference women think that's pathetic in sand and guys go oh my god on my fortieth birthday i wanted to europe just like this by myself and just went so on my my birthday landed while i was in europe and i was in zurich and i'm sitting in this restaurant and i hear the couple next to me talking they're they're talking american and somebody asked him where they were from they were from boston so i start up a conversation with him and i said came over here they said why you came over my birthday i said today is my birthday happy birthday and i had a beer and they said let us take a picture of you for your wife so i took a picture of me hoisting a beer on my fortieth birthday mayor cranes are will yes she thought you know and everybody she showed it to all her girlfriends they thought that was the saddest thing they were all the guys going man could be what is it about us i mean women love to be you know their social are loners my problem is right now that i just don't have time alone not it'd be fun but but i would like to take one vacation alone just wanted me yeah just hang i promise i won't touch well i wouldn't but it's a lot cheaper than you think i use my miles on my american express for the flights and flight doesn't cost me anything.

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"zurich" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

WRLR 98.3 FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

"The game member the late 90s early 2000s and it's funny i saw tanya johnson out there the other night she with coach at rayo announced he's at dyin and she remember those great game said you know against lake zurich but remember lake zurich has only gone this fire twice in their history a big nineteen eighty eight two thousand to spell this is going to be a new experience for these girls against a very highly competitive main west ham and tell you the truth the final teams that are left in the lead h at were geneva's edwardsville uh mother mccall med these are some quality team in there and everyone's going to sit there and say why does lakes zurich fit into this why did they fit against the screwed team the juggernaut say might be the juggernaut say might be the new kids on the block in a way fast but if you play your best basketball at the right time of year with the defense you could surprise people that's exactly the point us going to make we've talked about this in our game broadcast over the last couple of weeks who gets hot at the end of the season you know sometimes overall records and even conference records are misleading because if you'd beat up on people early in the season that's great but if you're not playing your best basketball in late february early march you're in trouble and that's true at the high school and the collegiate level and in the case of the legs are girls they're playing their best basketball right now when they needed to or whether they can beat main west or not i don't know losing by thirty something the last time certainly doesn't look like it's gonna be very promising but you never know yeah i mean that's why they play the game you don't know who's hurt who's in a good mood the attitudes here is less again with leg zurich's defense you know if they slow the game down defense played good defense any maybe maybe they can done by likud hosted.

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"zurich" Discussed on KKAT

KKAT

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on KKAT

"The education of the value investor guy joining us from zurich you right in your book something that i think is very thoughtful i'd like to get you to expand on a little bit and that is that that you've come to discover you're you're experience that investing is about much more than money tell us about that well um you know in fact you say it's largely you fact it you came to realize that the money is largely irrelevant you have to expand on that will it be clear if you're trying to pay your children's um uh uh your education which i am these days or if you're trying to pay health care bills or if you're trying to pay the rent the money is extremely rodman's i don't i don't want to detract from the importance of money and i don't want to detract from the fact that um you know i've struggled my parents have struggled amschel that listeners on your show struggle so i don't want to pretend that money's not important it is important no question about that it's the it's the fuel if our lives and fills many of the good things most importantly secures you so but i think that uh uh one of the things that i learned in my johnny as a value investor is that if you focus only on them money you actually kind of don't get the results that you want with money so uh one example of that is that what really strikes one of the many things that struck me about warren buffett but it's not just warren buffett is that in a certain way he's not about the money asshole he's focused in some way so it was so it subway he is about the money but uh i guess i'm rambling so what am i trying to say here ball is that uh what i found in my in traction with warren was how he was trying to deliver value to me how he wanted to pay totalled attention to to me and and and the friends were there the well how he didn't want to cut the lunch short he knew that we wanted the lunched going the wrong time and he was going to allow it to go on a long time so you know i i kind of putting two into together seeing what else you all the things i i i.

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"zurich" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590

WPUL Radio 1590

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on WPUL Radio 1590

"Great zuma four i'm only a happy who win one the no way live though in zurich the rain all know this empty goals that don't bother me hakyu jay give you one bannon juice oh uh i can feel managix mood he he may be dehaene with new kids me then you let him.

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"zurich" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

WRLR 98.3 FM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

"Don't know his team just has not played well outside its conference it's going to be real and others once he them what nine in a row is it's not my so you have an outside alcazar and ours giving nine other last ten something or they lost a curry ended a one now it's i'm talking about don't hey the section all seeds are out and clashed foray in lake zurich this is interesting lake zero got the one berry can to stevenson three liberty bill or i'm gonna keep going just because these all these teams can win this thing koehnen it by buffalo growth six palatine seven highland park eight warren nine rammed tan walk he can got the eleven lake worst well bundle light thirteen deerfield working in any got off minutes needs zion grant raise like north jobert greece like such i can't believe it's way down to twenty have lost a lot of gains by close marvin that of course round lake but you looked on that list there you've got a combination of teams that could just this thing it's not just one or two it's going to be a battle well the with the way it's gone this year yeah i'm i'm sure you can say that about a lot of regional that they're sectionals that needs don't know if not every games again i go back to who's ever playing the best basketball at that time if you're hot going into the tournament you probably in pretty good shape which i don't know how many of our lake county teams fall into that category but that we've seen it before team gets out walking and did a lap scindia exotic got hot in then take a look what they did that they wanted to distance until they got beat you know well we gonna be by have instead in the sectional champion jim but yeah yeah that that other side that we're going against evanston got the one and was it nutrientpoor niles north and he got lie uh uh puts its keel were that other one is prospect that her she's got six and seven and.

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"zurich" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

"Right this morning with your life and fund as well nato store in two key how i believe because we now sponsored by little we've changed because we just thought rather than i can player unchanged border well at the and other than you will return kohei now earlier when we from me we had we were bombarded with as hopes bombarded listeners show is not you know he's a tree we will now did anybody find do i think we had a couple right i would certainly vote bomba tragic by mistake awesome yeah we used an agile old kill pol i'm gonna project out money to attract i'm the rather busy strip mexico the workington town undergoing his they fought odds been contrast big day i really busy staunton uh great being so kate magnificent and that wind chosen sake them what do you mean was north just under the venue for its put a branch in zurich money necessary uh and there isn't one we put one let's a ridiculous question well we uh we do very well on the south coast where we're going to go told you definitely the other one equipment live place limits is there going up love lov are we let's say he was so bad we could really well here people really love the value of your home a garage on site because lyrics as in pay listening because little now spunced the chris mile show and we've got odia policeman who is opened up a wilkau in the past year while we could send mouths open little stores as and when needed you've got four minutes area so i would like to say to our fine friends that little if you need a little matt to go in open your big little store eight could sound like this said shanghai offensively.

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"zurich" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on The Chris Moyles Show on Radio X Podcast

"Right this morning with your life and fund as well nato store in two key how i believe because we now sponsored by little we've changed because we just thought rather than i can player unchanged border well at the and other than you will return kohei now earlier when we from me we had we were bombarded with as hopes bombarded listeners show is not you know he's a tree we will now did anybody find do i think we had a couple right i would certainly vote bomba tragic by mistake awesome yeah we used an agile old kill pol i'm gonna project out money to attract i'm the rather busy strip mexico the workington town undergoing his they fought odds been contrast big day i really busy staunton uh great being so kate magnificent and that wind chosen sake them what do you mean was north just under the venue for its put a branch in zurich money necessary uh and there isn't one we put one let's a ridiculous question well we uh we do very well on the south coast where we're going to go told you definitely the other one equipment live place limits is there going up love lov are we let's say he was so bad we could really well here people really love the value of your home a garage on site because lyrics as in pay listening because little now spunced the chris mile show and we've got odia policeman who is opened up a wilkau in the past year while we could send mouths open little stores as and when needed you've got four minutes area so i would like to say to our fine friends that little if you need a little matt to go in open your big little store eight could sound like this said shanghai offensively.

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"zurich" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"The university of zurich kim switzerland i would agree that i think when man well i think women can be the meanest i agree now on a consistent level but when they're mean they can be mean especially towards other women very katty you all have any specific examples on hander he just in general the way jokes he's treated you he said he would say the opposite this is what you treaties away the they just the way i feel like in general you'll be nice to each other space but you're just you can be very mean and hateful for a very extended period of time behind each other's back whereas guys we have an issue will have it out for maybe ten minutes and there were good yeah they will get a lunch together guys will hold a grudge women for years now asprey on point i am due to could be meaner i think because they'll straight say it and then they the male ego gets in the way and they're like oh we said that about meeting bam right in their face i've learned that a lot in here i mean you i hear you guys get an fights at lower witness it get yet guys get invites all the time our disagreements fights but you getting big disagreements and it's pretty tense yeah you know get stanford eyes and then you won't be right in you i hear you an arm smarter than you know well and then you guys try to cite different resources you've got it right eighty yet a dog bite leave me alone yeah but yeah you're right women can be the meanest to each other which is not how it should be to bury should which i'll each other on high and sometimes we don't do that what it termed but at researchers out of the university of zurich in switzerland found that women sprains are just wired to be kinder than men's the reward centers around the brain it lights up when women give money to a charity or they help people out it's different for men because they're rewards against they were doing a a series of tests on the brain and it said the the reward section lit up or the we know the response lit up when men were doing selfish things battling found your reward oh she was kind of the.

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"zurich" Discussed on Here We Stand

Here We Stand

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on Here We Stand

"Is vaguely was not only pastor in zurich but also army chaplain on october eleven fifteen thirty one the great reformer joined the battle of kabul to defend the city against catholic forces he was wounded then found by the invading army and executed after the protestant loss bowling irs hometown where he was now pasturing a protestant church came under threat he fled for zurich there he took into his own household the wife and two surviving children of his dead friend and within weeks he was chosen as his successor as chief minister in zurich a post at which bollinger would stand for 44 years from age twenty seven until his death at seventy one in fifteen seventy five how often history pairs the strengths of great men with attendant weaknesses one of bullying irs signature contributions was his primitive form of covenant theology here he followed the lead of singly who organized his theology by the covenant motif rather than by medieval categories singly located his theological center in god's creation covenant with adam bollinger matured and modified that theology to focus on abraham a step in the right direction but as historian david steinmetz notes both located their theological center of gravity in the old testament rather than the new the strengths included reading the whole bible as one story the weaknesses included a penchant to minimise or reject discontinuities revealed in the new in short singly and berlinger read the whole bible but still a flat bible.

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"zurich" Discussed on Here We Stand

Here We Stand

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on Here We Stand

"The introduction reads the articles and opinions below i oryx vaguely confessed to have preached in the worthy city of zurich as based upon the scriptures which are called inspired of god and where i have not now correctly understood said scriptures i shall allow myself to be taught better but only from said scriptures vaguely would expand on these articles in a book length treatise in fifteen 25 titled the true and false religion in fifteen twenty six he composed ten theses for burn which served as a sink summary of his reformed perspective singly the swiss giant of the reformation was particularly indignant about the pomp hypocrisy and idolatry of manmade religion his labour's for the reformation of zurich and other swiss cantons can be best conceived of perhaps as an effort to free people from the burdens imposed by a religious system invented by man that can't deliver on its promise of eternal life article seven of the sixty seven articles states that christ is an eternal salvation and head of all believers who are his body but which is dead and can do nothing without him attending mass participating in the socalled sacraments of roman catholicism or even being ordained as a priest did not make someone a spiritually alive member of the true universal church that only happens by the gospel and the spirit singly was an activist who not only aimed to teach and apply the bible alone but who lobbied both church and civil authorities to realign their laws and policies with god's word.

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"zurich" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:15 min | 4 years ago

"zurich" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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