27 Burst results for "disci"

Olympians: Halina Konopacka

Encyclopedia Womannica

02:30 min | 2 months ago

Olympians: Halina Konopacka

"Today's we'll mannequin was one of the most iconic characters of poland's inter-war period. She captured adoration of the public with her. Outstanding style. intelligence sportsmanship and courage. Please welcome halina. Helena was born on february twenty eighth nineteen hundred and central poland. Growing up in warsaw halina excelled in many sports. She took up swimming ice skating. Tennis horseback riding and leader skiing. When halina was eighteen years old poland gained its independence after one hundred and twenty three years of russian rule. The country became known as the second polish republic. As lena entered her twenties her ability to quickly master any sport shapes the course of her life in nineteen twenty six. She set her first world record in the discus throw after just a few months of training was followed by two more records in nineteen twenty seven nineteen twenty eight halina never lost a discus event for the entirety of her career. She also competed in the high jump. Long jump javelin and pentathlon seemed. There was nothing she couldn't do. Halina made her olympic debut at the ninth olympic games held in amsterdam and nineteen twenty eight in a short olympic channel documentary. She said oh. The day of the discus throwing was july thirty first after a cool rainy morning. The tim'rous dutch son had broken through the fog and baked the greenfield's in gold the stairs leading up from the dark labyrinth. The dressing rooms ushered me straight onto the field to red circles. Throwing circles drawn on the grass and two curved lines remarked in chalk one at thirty five meters the other forty meters away. I had only one wishes. I picked up the discus. Send it where the outermost distance of forty meters was whitened with calcium the disc dutifully obeyed stormy applause. Thunderously stamping feet. Compliments questioned film and photographic cameras snapping all merged into one great chaos.

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How Yappa is Removing the Toxic Nature of Commenting with Kiaran Sim

IT Visionaries

02:52 min | 4 months ago

How Yappa is Removing the Toxic Nature of Commenting with Kiaran Sim

"Welcome everyone to another episode of. It visionaries and today. We have the co founder and ceo of yoga. Sin garin welcome to the show. How you doing. I'm up in fat. And i'm looking forward to show today all right. Let's get right to it. What exactly is up. Because we've seen some of the literature on it. We've seen some of the partners. You guys have established seems pretty popular exciting technology on share. A little about what it is. You guys do show so am very quickly. Yahoos a an audio and video conversational tool. We are big differences in how. We've approached this platform to other social media. Iphones so we live on the publisher's website just like coming to would do. We look similarly in similar positions to cut where coming to usually place and you can leave at five second audio or video yet on websites like hail you know we. We hit some really big strides in the last year. So we can dak installed on about four hundred ninety five million pages across the united across the equality in a moment. And that's pretty much who we are and what we do all right so for audience to compare this to something. I brought up Some different technologies in my research from melia with discus. And i'm also familiar with live fire. commenting tools that have been used previously. Uh so this is most commonly Set up their mindset if you go to a website like let's say espn and you go down below. There's usually like a comment section a lot of times. Those comments sections are not actually built into the website. They are an external third party provider. That does this now. There's something about yet but that makes it uniquely different. What do you guys do. That's uniquely different the caveat back. Espn lanka's comments on their side. Just for i'm dating myself. There somewhere has commas. I wanna say yeah. Well you know i like you know. I don't wanna reveal. Actually where i go because people. Espn they decided that comments on no longer relevant so they decided to to to switch them off. Used generated continent disney Not very good friends. Illicit is calm. The comment section is often cesspool. Not gonna lie but it is. It is that's kind of like question. What makes us different mats. You know we approached if we saw a gap in the market where toxicity on the way we communicate is so unhealthy for for for us as human beings emotionally mentally. How we commu how we develop. These tools and ways of communicating online is a massive problem effects. Mental health affects our how we see ourselves our confidence levels and everything about it. And it's it's just a constant cesspool. Love just the worst parts of humanity.

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The Problem With Track & Field World Records

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:45 min | 4 months ago

The Problem With Track & Field World Records

"What goes into a world record. Obviously it has to be an incredible performance. Everything has to come together just right. They don't happen very often. When bob beamon broke the world's record in the long jump in nineteen sixty eight. See my previous episode about that. The conditions were perfect. He had the maximum allowable. Tailwind it was at a high altitude in mexico city. He had perfect form and he put together his best jump ever at just the right time since the advent of competitive athletics nine thousand nine hundred twelve. The international association of athletic federation's has been keeping world records in every event. There's been a progression of world records. As people of incrementally bested previous performances. Most world records are only broken by less than one percent. The greatest single increase in a world record was the aforementioned bob beamon jump which beat the previous world record by six point five percent so that is sort of the world record of world records. Each event has a very different progression in how frequent and how recent world records get set. And this gets into the real heart of what i wanna talk about. You should expect to see world records being broken at a slower and slower rate over time as humans. Approach the limit of human performance should become harder and harder to break records. Records will require more luck and more people who have the perfect physique in the very peak of their careers. But this isn't quite what happened in some events there hasn't been a new world record set in over thirty years. You're shulte set the world record in the men's discus in one thousand nine hundred eighty six at seventy four point zero eight meters to put that into perspective. The gold medalist in the two thousand nineteen world championships had a distance of sixty seven point. Five nine meters a full six point five meters or twenty one feet short of the world record the men's hammer throw was also said in nineteen eighty-six yuri set up of the soviet union through the hammer. Eighty six point seven meters. The two thousand nineteen world champion through it. Only eighty point five meters that six point two meters less than the world record. The oldest existing world record in track and field is the women's eight hundred meters. Your meal acrostic viola of czechoslovakia set a world's record finishing the eight hundred in one minute. Fifty three point two eight seconds. That's almost five seconds. Faster than the two thousand nineteen world champion. You might have noticed something that all these really old records have in common. They're all held by athletes from former communist countries. If you're thinking that these records might be tainted by performance enhancing drugs. You aren't alone.

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Author Walter Jon Williams Discuses Making the Switch From Historical Fiction To SciFi

The Worldshapers

03:25 min | 4 months ago

Author Walter Jon Williams Discuses Making the Switch From Historical Fiction To SciFi

"How did you make the switch from historical to science fiction Oh that was easy by the historical The market for historical fiction in the united states completely collapsed About may of nineteen eighty two. And so what i plan is attend book series became a five book series And so i spent a desperate six months writing proposals for things that didn't sell And it was across the spectrum. I've read proposals for mysteries for historical Spent not for science victory A and everything but category romance. I think and And none of them sold. And then science fiction proposal that i had written some years before so and so i became a science fiction writer and the science fiction proposal had been bouncing around a publisher to publisher without being read I it's kind of a fascinating saga. But i was probably too long for this interview But certainly explains how publishers can screw up repeatedly and landed at tour books and the editor at that point jim bain and there are only three people in the office there was time dougherty who was the publisher jim in the editor and then those misses dorothy who ran the was the accounting department And now tories. The largest science fiction publisher. That doesn't run like that anymore. But jim bane read the proposal i bought it and it and although it had been on the markets or two or three years it actually sold to the first editor who read it. How did it not get rid at the other places that it had been Well there was a lot of mergers going on in publishing as there is now And so you say it. I don't call the exact sequence but you know it was sent to eight and susan. Allison who was the editor at ace left ace to go to berkeley. And until she was replaced they put buying hold so then it came back and then it was sent to berkeley and the decision house at berkeley and and then berkeley acquired as and suddenly they had too many manuscripts sitting in the office. So another buying hold wet. And then it went to david hartwell at times scape and it was lost in the mail room for about six months and by the time that was discovered they had put a buying hold on and and so it just kept bouncing off of these things till it actually went to an editor who still had a publishing schedule to fill up. That must've been satisfying when it finally sold rate really relieved because i was beginning to look in the help wanted section of the paper so that i could make my rent and suddenly although it has to be said that the science fiction sold for a lot less money than the historical fiction here so i was It took me a few years before. I i could reach my former miserable standard of living from from where i was merely tour instead wretched poverty. Yeah i can

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Modern Oracles and Astrology

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

05:03 min | 6 months ago

Modern Oracles and Astrology

"Welcome to kids myths and mystery signer host. Kit chrome with this podcast. I begin a month long examination of modern oracle's and their methods of divination last friday. I mentioned how not all forms of designation demand a psychic or even a sensitive one. Such form of discrimination astrology as common popular astrology is today is complex but as mentioned does not rely on the reader having psychic abilities instead relies heavily on planets and stars. Initially you might scoff at the idea of pulling any kind of prophecy from the heavenly bodies. But let's take a look at the history of astrology. Mayan astrology is a variation of mesoamerican astrology. One of the most forward thinking kinds of astrology of times. Mayan calendar's comprised of twenty day signs and thirteen galactic numbers. Making two hundred sixty day. Calendar year the mayan study of the moon planets milky way son was some of the most accurate pre telescope astronomy in the world. Mayan astrology goes back to around the fifth century bc. Then we have england stonehenge. Gerald hawkins work on stonehenge was first published in nature magazine in nineteen sixty three following analysis. He had carried out using a harvard. Smithsonian ibm computer. Hawkins found. Not one or two alignments but dozens. He had studied one hundred. Sixty five significant features at the monument and use the computer to check every alignment between them against every rising and setting point for the sun moon planets and bright stars the position say would have been in in fifteen hundred bc so has astrology around for a while no doubt but let's go back to present to find out how astrology works. Here's a simple answer. Astrology works on many levels at the simplest level. It is not unlike a complex clock the uses the motions of the planets in a similar way to the movement to the hands on the face of a clock. Now let's dig a little deeper. Astrology is the belief that the alignment of stars and planets affects every individual mu personality and environment depending on when he or she was born. Astrologers print horoscopes and newspapers that are personalized by birthday. These horoscopes make predictions in people's personal. Lives describe their personalities and give them advice. All according to the position of astronomical bodies a survey conducted by the national science foundation found that forty one percent of respondents to their poll. Believe that astrology is very scientific. This begs the question astronomical bodies affect our lives. Solar flares cost electro magnetic disturbances on earth. That can disrupt satellites and even caused blackouts. The position of the moon costs us ocean tides. If you're a fisherman that position of the moon can have a significant effect on your livelihood. The solar wind causes beautiful aurora and sunlight itself is the main source of energy for our planet. Still the question. How is strategy as a tool of divination astrology uses a set of rules about the relative positions and movements of heavenly bodies to generate predictions and explanations for events on earth and human personality traits. Some used astrology to generate very specific expectations. It could be verified against outcomes. What does science have to say about astrology. Simply that it's not scientific yet. Hundreds of thousands of people have been influenced by designation nation provided by astrologers millions across america. No there astra logical sign and read their horoscope in the newspaper. Daily get this j pierpoint morgan. One of the world's greatest fight answers was suspicious of accepting planetary advice but ended up applying astrology to all of his personal affairs. John adams famous second president of the united states refused to sign the declaration of independence until the exact moment planetary indications were most auspicious. And this will really get ya jay. Jacob stout jeff pierpoint morgan and seymour cromwell comprised a bracket of three successive presidents of the new york stock exchange who utilized astronaut. Advice implanted their operations. They scoffed at this. However upon the arrival of the wall street crash these men had been warned by their astrologers and thus averted disaster disci- support astrology is a form of give nation. No has astrology affected millions of individuals over the centuries the answer is a resounding yes

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Xbox Series & PS5 Pricing

The Business of Esports

01:11 min | 11 months ago

Xbox Series & PS5 Pricing

"So it's pricing that dropped for both the xbox series x the xbox series S, and the both playstation five consoles the digital, only one and the one with the disk drive. So all of the pricing has now dropped for next Gen consoles and and so this article was from N. Gadget they say xbox series is incredible value for next Gen gaming This one from the verge ps five will launch on November twelfth for four ninety nine. We have a few articles here all talking about William Can Let me just let me give our listeners a quick rundown. The to xbox consoles. The series S is going to sell for two ninety nine and they're higher end more powerful series x is going to sell for four nine. Okay. On the playstation side, their high end, which is going toe to toe with the series x but has a disk drive and everything is also four, ninety nine and they're discus version is three, ninety nine. So they don't have anything competitive at the to ninety nine level, but arguably I think it's the same hardware as the four, ninety nine minus the described.

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World Health Organization holds press conference on coronavirus outbreak

Monocle 24: The Globalist

10:47 min | 1 year ago

World Health Organization holds press conference on coronavirus outbreak

"World Health Organization has been meeting to coordinate international responses containing and combating the novell corona virus outbreak scientists. From all over. The world attended the Congress in Geneva this week but will there. There is consensus on the fact that science must lead the fight back. Diplomacy may yet get in the way. China analyst Isabel Hilton Who's editor of China. Dialogue joins me now to look at the detail of the story. Thanks for coming in Isabel. This row concerns Taiwan the island that the Chinese Communist Party seizes part of one China under Beijing's authority but officials in Taipei claims self-ruled democracy. And that of course is the heart of the problem it is and you know and the other part of the background. Is it for several years now. China has been building position in the United Nations and all its agencies and steadily chipping away at those Relatively typically small but symbolic countries that recognize Taiwan as an independent country sir. Taiwan got booted off the Security Council missile when when Back in the seventies when China entered this global diplomatic sphere now when it comes to the W. H. O.. This of course really really matters. Because you're dealing with a with an epidemic which affects Taiwan and the same thing happened with saws Taiwan when ruled by the Gorman in dengue which was originally a mainland party and loser in the Chinese civil war until nineteen forty nine when it went Taiwan occupied Taiwan one. When Gorman Dong is in Barron Taiwan then China relaxes its position in terms of Taiwan's participation in these bodies because the Gorman Don Also regards Taiwan as an integral part of China students the DP which is the Taiwanese part he gets elected. Beijing becomes much on hostile and starts starts to exclude Taiwan from this kind of participation. So in this epidemic for example the W. T. the WHO has classified assefy. Taiwan is part of China. Which means that it was subject to all the travel bans that China was subject to despite the fact that it had you know just to score of cases cases where China has thirty thousand currently And so it. It began to suffer from the same kind of exclusions without having access to the scientific typic- and medical exchanges that it would have needed. It does need In order to control infection. So it's a very very a bitter angry exchanges over this. Now there are internal ructions within China to the Chinese doctor who was silenced by police. Trying to share news about the virus long before the Chinese health authorities disclosed. It's full threat. died yesterday. Many including China's judicial title authorities have wondered whether the epidemic could have unfolded differently. Had He not been silenced that critical juncture ahead of the lunar year holiday. How rare is is it for the judiciary to rebuke? The police. Always seeing now major internal ructions. Well what you're seeing. Is everybody looking for someone else to blame. Because this man became I'm a hero quite rightly he was early on the case he was humiliated in called into the police. May disci- offer confessions saying let you know none of it's true. He then continues his his work gets infected alive social media feed then set up outside the hospital because he'd become known by by then hundreds of millions of people were following his condition as he got ill he was. He continued to give interviews from isolation so he became a complete eight national hero. The symbolic you know upright official. Who Speaks Truth to power and evil power suppresses now that is the narrative that's taken hold and that is very dangerous for China just to go back to the W. H. O. The? Who's pronouncements of Kitty. Kind of been coerced by China because W. H. O.. Director General WHO's an Ethiopian. The country heavily dependent on on on China. has has given extraordinary praise to the Chinese authorities for the speed be do their response in the scale of their response. He's pretty much alone in that judgment because it's quite clear that for the first four weeks the Wuhan authorities suppressed press the news so that they could carry on with activities being planned which included a massive banquet for forty thousand people in in the middle of you know when they epidemic was well underway and the WHO changed its its statement on human to human transmission. which is a key element element that Chinese authorities said at the beginning of this? There's no evidence of human to human transition which meet transmission. which meant that? You had to go to that wet market in order to catch. Gotcha this would evidently Andrew that. Who fell into line with the Chinese government on that. This huge party went ahead and the whole thing out of control where wait still is. It's out of control now. The the head of the. Who actually has form on this. I know that in the past. He has supported African dictators. And so on and in fact I'd like like to turn to Africa now because the fifty four countries collectively are home to one point two billion people of whom an estimated one million Chinese nationals. And yet so far when you see the map and it's all lit up about where there is a corona virus in the world. Africa is completely blank. There are no reported cases of it whatsoever with such large Chinese population. There I find it extremely difficult to believe Richie implausible and no reported cases is the key doesn't mean there are no kisses and and you know there. Is this concern that that a China can lock down the country every now for how long but you you know. China is everywhere. And because there's been so much movement because people want prevented from travelling Before the declaration of the emergency it means that almost anywhere where where Chinese have been coming going. You have a risk of of this of this taking hold in countries where there there were. Public Health is is is not up to dealing with a highly transmissible Disease so you you know. Pakistan is another case in point. Where where you have serious concerns very close relationship? Lots of Chinese coming and going and this this could be the next phase uh-huh and I mean we're we're looking at some African countries repatriating citizens others making a big show saying that they won't and that they have complete faith in the Chinese government. So once again you've got this kind of diplomatic failure going on and these countries accosted or not repatriation. Their citizens are the ones that can't afford to well absolutely can't get a plane they know or whatever but once again you're seeing China going global with its own internal approach which is essentially to suppress the news. You know it's it's it's in control of of public all as they would put guiding public opinion as being a key element in in the party's strategy politically to survive five. Of course it. Has You know rather bad effect on. Its its ability to manage the substantive issue which is how many people get sick and die in some areas of the world the virus also seems to be tapping into racist sentiment with Chinese people who may not have visited the country in years. If ever been criticized there was a horrible. The story coming out of Wales yesterday. Some children of Chinese heritage were prevented from going to school. And I think that's now being reversed but but this is a trend. We are seeing we are hosting it and we've seen a lamentable cases in Italy there was a conservatoire that that put up a notice saying it had suspended classes for quote quote Unquote Oriental Students. And these are people who are living in Italy however you should also look China because if you remember it. Five million people have Wuhan the week before the Chinese authorities admitted water crisis. Was this dock. They can't get back to hunt Khan and they are in places in China which treating them. Even worse had been cases where apartments it'd be nailed up to stop people from Hahn going out. They can't they can't find hotel rooms. They are being shunned and ostracized within China and they are completely in limbo because they can't travel econ get back home and they're very very unwelcome. Welcome where they are and very unwell. Some of the some of them may well be unwell but certainly the regarded as going to play Mary's wherever they go. And that's you know And the next phase as if this does it to incubate period so given that people did so many people did leave the area in advance at the little holiday I think that would the next phase in China will be to see a surge in infections in those provinces where people have visited and of course. There's a much wider panic. We're seeing shortages. The face masks globally in Hong Kong. I understand toilet paper now competitive bizarre. What quite why toilet paper that connects to kind previous story about science and not knowing where to buy toilet paper because she was so looked after by seventy seven so I think that may be more to do with politics of of Hong Kong than real showed his but I wonder how the authorities can best manage? What's not only a health crisis but also one then of of misinformation under fear and discrimination it's unfortunately that I think that horses bolted? You know there are there are kind of well. Established practices practises where you have an emergency. Be It a natural disaster or an epidemic and it's very important to establish trust with the public excited the public and have listened to you does what's necessary and it's extremely important. Basically it says you must be a very quick week in in terms of of distributing information and that information must be accurate and you must be responsive China. The party is already. He's at every level. Have broken those rules so trust has gone the public does not believe them. They're being caused as the villains in this Inside China and certainly in Hong Kong and in Taiwan and. I think it's going to be very very difficult for the authorities to to recover from that and what they're doing now is simply going back to repressing the news again. It's not going to work Isabel. Thank you very much indeed. That was Isabel Hilton. Still to come on the program. 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Brisnet Call In Show: John From Fresno Discus Possible Wins

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

08:03 min | 1 year ago

Brisnet Call In Show: John From Fresno Discus Possible Wins

"You as well big a a last week when you and I spoke I was telling you got a question for your thoughts in the distaff I know midnight sue thank horse I was curious about and wanted to get your opinion on was untrue pack he took them five on all del Mar but the horse has some stocking perfect tracking trip right behind him and maybe can hold off the gorilla this wanted to I think are the quintessential to horse races they most has to be midnight zoo or the worse than I'm putting on top done borrowed we're time oaks and the Clemente and then that race last time out Stephan and I were talking about it's when they gotta dig down and they gotta they gotta run determinedly they win these races I I don't know what that was and now you're going to resign if I use her I have us wildcat so side of using all four of them because this could be the race if you get all these candy home even with bricks and mortar winning there are right Stephan Yeah anybody other than midnight zoo and you're gonNA score here doesn't matter if you like that or send and if you beat her if you beat her with a Paradise Woods don borrowed maybe even street band the rest of them you get all these candy home in this pick four pick five sequence affords if you if you can stretch it a little more these are I'm single and bricks and mortar bricks mortar williams doesn't matter volleys can't lose it doesn't matter it's GonNa be that's your stand okay okay listen no I haven't called in a long time I'm sorry but what's happening bow it's been very different so like I said I just just one question you till you got a horse really I know he's GonNa be a favorite so no I key on him on he's tough I think he's GonNa be very tough I think if anybody beats them I think if anybody this who would you use like before or after the pick up like as a as a so that pick for start in pick four starts in sprint I like I said I in Philly sprint I thought Confetti come dancing how to win is maybe make a couple of doubles using excellent turf sprint but those are the two I would use at maybe if you could shuffle with a pick pick fives but you can try and make some money and what's good about that I wanNA take a couple of shots in the turf sprint you see those doubles of paying to him which

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"disci" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"disci" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"And, you know, we look at this topic empirically at Linus as well. So a lot of what I've built in a lot of what I talk about is really based on experience just wanted to clarify that now. That's a fair comment there. So appreciate you clarifying. So as we dive in a lot of things that happen on the ground level are really the, the most impactful. So I feel like the discussion will have is practical. You say you draw from imperial spurious and some cited the dive into some of the batch, you have their what got you into the medical sector. Well, you know, my parents really wanted me to become a physician and in my studies, I fell in love with science, but I really didn't feel like I had the type of creativity to do seminal work in science. So I brought together the type of creativity that I did feel like I had and brought it to science in healthcare, which is really the creativity in communications and really started with Pataki but you know, as I was studying science, I, I had this, this thought and thought is that I believe that scientists usability problem. I mean, if you think about it, we apply so much usability designed to so many aspects of our lives today. Right from the cell phone, that's pockets to practically any device. That either a physician uses or patient uses or anywhere in our lives. But as an enterprise, I don't believe that scientists very usable. Nobody's actually been thought about it. There's a group that is working on focused on access. Disci-, but in my opinion, axes just the first rung of the ladder, even today scientists hard to access. It's hard to understand it's harder still to create utility out. And so one of the places where this utility problematic ESTES in healthcare, you know, if you think about it, there's so much work being done between the physician and the patient at. And of course that's a really important relationship in a really important interface. But that's not the entirety of Healthcare's. You know, I'm I'm in the medical sector to try to fix this problem, so that we can all have better outcomes, better health outcomes, and maybe even less expensive and more effective healthcare. So add Linus today, we do this through communications, we understand, as you mentioned in your quite generous bio, we try to understand human behavior. What drives people to action, and we try to close that gap just a little bit more and try to close at utility, and usability problem. They're very, very interesting. How eight so? So tell us a little bit more guessing. Example of how I miss you and your team, there are improving outcomes, and making things better by doing them differently. So here's an example, the majority of the work that we do is in classical marketing and communications for the medical industry. You know, we technologies that we launch products, we sort of catalyzed shifts in the market by creating experiences that drive changes quickly as possible changes the key, so many people believe that marketing is about, you know, making sure your your market is aware of your products or has the right perception about your products..

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"disci" Discussed on Science Friday

Science Friday

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"disci" Discussed on Science Friday

"Joining me to tell us all the good and the bad of the glacial about-face as I lock Kazan, Dr collegiality just with masses Jet Propulsion Laboratory dot the cousin Dr walkup disci- Friday high. I think of that much for they'll put ninety two shutout findings. Well, that hasn't there has prize where you to discover that after twenty years of melting one of the green. Ends fastest melting glaciers has actually been growing. It was quite a surprise. Because over the past few years when this day she was being studied intensively along with many other bases around Greenland. The expectation was that it would continue doing what it has been for the last twenty years, which is. Tweeting accelerating and thinning and factors about this show that supported assumption that it will continue this behavior into the future. Okay. So what has caused the glacier to grow instead of shrink over the last couple of years. So this has been really an actual experiment. Twenty years in the making it started in the late nineteen ninety s when scientists said the time detected that I will warmer waters in the Kosinski of yacob's happened and soon after bed the glacier started this retreat acceleration thinning had floating ice tongue golden ice shelf. That was something like fifteen kilometers long that. That completely disintegrated by two thousand and three hour on measurements show that the thickness of the glacier was reduced by by one hundred sixty meters on more than five hundred feet near the the front. So what we tech did? Now is basically the reversal of what happened all that time ago, which is at Ivo cooler waters and the facility of of the glacier. And we hypothesized that this reverse the that the the the processes involved and is not that in the advance the slowing down and the thickening of the glacier. So why why this the rival of the cold water, this permanent thing temporary thing? I'm fortunately, we strongly suspect that it is a temporary reprieve than a resurrection of the glacier. It is most likely connected to a cyclical phenomenon. A good candidate something called the North Atlantic relation and the water warmers will be coming back isn't that sort of like an El Nino sort of thing like we have in the Pacific adulation, then they ought causes their cousins kissing. You mean the same? It's the same kind.

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Vacuuming potato-size nodules of valuable metals in the deep sea

Science Magazine Podcast

03:30 min | 2 years ago

Vacuuming potato-size nodules of valuable metals in the deep sea

"You've probably seen photos of the other worldly creatures that reside at the bottom of the ocean. But there are more than just amazing organisms down there. There's also an opportunity for profit. I'm here with staff writer, Paul Vincent to talk about an expedition to better understand these treasures APL. Hello. What is the treasure at the bottom of the ocean there few different kinds? But really, it's these rare metals that are often produced on land as byproduct of more Trishul mel's copper, but so things like cobalt that are used in batteries and phones, and they're found in these poly metallic Najah walls on the seafloor. How big are these not Joel's a potato size? Everyone says they're 'tatoes sized like not like easy to bite into potatoes. Vigor potatoes. Right pretty substantial fairly substantial potato. So where exactly are these Najah? Lls found in the ocean there found in all the oceans research has shown, but they're particularly found in these regions where you've deep abyss. Oh, planes down four kilometers particular zone of interest is between who I in Mexico where you're were expecting deep-sea mind of potentially start at some point. And they're usually caused by enough life being at the surface that that carb. And gets down to the seafloor to prime some the reactions that caused these metals to Leach out onto a little things like shark teeth. They're also microbes that settle on these Najah lls are there things that researchers can learn from that they're probably microbes involved in the formation of the power, the chemical reaction that allowed the oxygen rich conditions that caused these to form, and then also you have corals and other things that live specifically on the nod, tools and most of them are new disci- when they're pulled up because these are regions have not really been explored that much. They're part of the ecosystem it's not like it's just nargile laying there nothing else around it like everywhere on earth where we looked there is life. How big is the collector that's set to attend vacuum. Bies Najah lls. So this is a pre prototype. So it's not a full-size collector. But despite that it's the size of maybe about a school bus. It's it's big already. They're not sending these nachos. Back up to the surface this time, they're soon the small scale. Test to look at the environmental impacts, and you know, see of this actually works. They're able to suck these nachos up. And they stick 'em in hopper them back out on the they're not actually looking at the nachos this time. But who is the group bats orchestrating this research to see what the environmental impact is? And how are they going about it you have this Belgian dredging company that is doing this trial? They're collaborating with a independent group of European scientists of funded by your bed are taking another ship. And they're going to be looking at the collector as what's called as it operates in these two small regions. And we'll be have this array of sensors on a Thomas vehicles. These little torpedo looking things that remotely operated vehicle and a bunch of other platforms that will Mont her everything goes down. What are they hoping to learn? So the big question in particular about the plume of the the silt and sediment that had stirred up as the collector goes these realms at some of the clearest water in the ocean. Because the the Senate. Rates are so low that par why the naturals conform. And once you have this collector going through it might stir up the silt in cut dump a bunch of Ed Neal mill meter Sam meter on these life forms that are unused to that kind of accumulation.

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"disci" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"disci" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Did not cave to pressure from President Trump to keep interest rates low apple says Facebook can no longer distribute an app that paid users including teens to extensively track their phone and web use in doing so apple closed off. Facebook's efforts. To sidestep Apple's app store and it's tighter rules on privacy attack crunch reported late Tuesday that Facebook paid people about twenty dollars a month to use the Facebook research app. The first generic version of the popular Advair asthma inhaler has been approved by US regulators the food and Drug administration this week approved. My lands version three strengths for ages. Four and up the inhalers are used twice daily to keep Airways open and prevent flare ups about forty two million Americans have asthma or obstructive pulmonary disease conditions at the device contains two medicines inhaled any precise mixture and that complexity is stymied a couple of other companies. I tried to develop generic versions of the inhaler that GlaxoSmithKline advert discus inhaler costs about four hundred bucks a month. Well, the search continues for the two people actor Jesse small at says attack them in Chicago. And the search also continues for any surveillance footage that may give a look at what happened yesterday. Detectives released images of two persons of interest. Police say none of the video they've checked so far show the attack on the actor smollet says two masked men beat him as they uttered racist and anti gay comments. No arrests had been made thirties are investigating the matter as a possible hate crime Denver's launching a driverless shuttle to carry people to and from a commuter rail station near the city's airport dug his Dale is the board chairman of the regional transportation district. He says the agency will have someone on board the shuttle as a so called ambassador, but the vehicle.

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"disci" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"disci" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

"So, but for you, if you take a pass at it, you've had a disruptive you've been disruptive agent in television. This the space between science and sport and action in entertainment. So where did maybe we can be more granular where did the ideas for fight science? Come from. It came from. It really was marrying. The two skill sets that we had developed in producing sports in producing science. I mean, literally that come from the gonna take sport in science and put those two together to that originated with the show XM extreme martial arts. Sweet as a production company, we had the contracts for the Washington Wizards in Washington Capitals, and we're doing all of their sports production than we got a bunch of other teams as well. So we have this expertise in producing sports content. Then the Discovery Channel was launching the science channel. And we did the first live interactive science programs called science live. We did the young scientists challenge. We did a bunch of shows that were all just purely science-based shows my partner, and I were like, wow, you know, would be really cool is to combine these two things. And there was a conversation that my partner had with the GM of discovery at the time, and he was talking about how you know. All these great masters of. Martial arts or fading away. And we need to somehow preserve in honoring in then we Mickey my partner, and I sat down, and he said, you don't this would be a perfect application of taking a scientific look at what the masters were able to do. And that's where we were like, oh, we could do this. It had never been an idea until someone's like we need honor these martial arts masters, and like you can offer it through science and say, well, what did they do? What made them a master whip start? We'll what differentiated a style that. That was really the beginning of it. And then fight science took it to a whole their level where we're like now, which style generates more force. And why what is it mean? What is it Connecticut linking chain mean? And where is the energy being drawn in? Where is the weakness in the style in terms of generating force through the end of your fingers or the end of your. Toes like where would the blocking occur you start getting really granular into it? And I'm like, this is some fascinating stuff that I haven't seen broke down before. So one that door opens that will, you know, what was interesting you. It was in the laboratory, which I'm sure that either you or your brother in law. I'm not sure which one had the the sports science background influence. It was really it. Really? Honestly was both of us in. He and I were he's, you know, I'm a science geeky disci- Gagan were both sports nuts. He was a great combination. All that stuff was happening in the laboratory, you know. And I don't know if enough people that might be listening know, what a Connecticut chain is. So can you walk them through share? That's pretty simple. I mean, it's pretty simple. You think about it as the perfect kinetic chain would be a whip. Write your hand is the fulcrum in your flicking the whip forward, you're stopping your hand all the energy is being transferred to the end of the whip. It's a perfect transfer of energy because the tip of the whip when it cracks is actually breaking the sound. And barrier. That's how that's what the sound is actually breaking breaking thunder. So a Connecticut leaking chain. If you think about a punch the energy is created from the ground just like a wit. It goes up through your legs and through your hips, and your torso and your shoulder and ultimately down through your hand. But it's it's a chain. And when you look at someone and say how can they throw a ball so hard in there the same size as I am. And I can't throw at that hard. It's because there are points in your Connectik chain where the energy is being blocked, and it's as simple as that. But when you start diving deep into finding these little tweaks in a motion as to how you can unblock it or reduce the amount that it's being blocked. It's amazing. How performance can be increased. Okay. Quick break to talk about our new partner..

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"disci" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"disci" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Three times. Times too much. Louisiana on your hair. Thank you. Perpetuate the lion. Create the apathy. So you you have you get interrupted by people that don't agree with you. Yeah. It's it's really. Scientists I it's it disheartens me to see what's going on with with really a demonstration of of the scientific process. It used to be that that the scientific process welcomed people was counter counter views, and and they would test those views, but today, we have to be shouted down. The true science deniers of those on the left that are. I call them the toll was of alarmism there. They cannot allow any science or any information any fact that might dispute their their their notion of man-made catastrophic warming because if you get that in there, and you start they accept one thing. It's kind of like the Campbell's knows onto the tat. Then almost admitting that they can't admit that there is a debate. And there is admit that that would mean the disci- isn't saddled. Getting invited a lot of places, Greg since you do have a point of view, and that's people like Al Gore, overstating this. Sure, I spoke. Well, I spoke at recent scientific conferences in Houston. Where I was greatly received there. I just got out of a conference in Pittsburgh, my home base here this week. There was I'm hated by some but I accept that. And but I'm out there. I'm trying to preach preach, the gospel of of scientific facts in the scientific process and and getting the inconvenient facts out there. So I'm being welcomed actually by a large number of scientists who so far have been silenced. It's tougher. Even scientists that believe as I do to come forward because you take a lot of heat. Yeah. Everyone not everyone can do it. Okay. Great. Greg rice shown, thanks so much. He's pick up his book in inconvenient facts. The it Al Gore doesn't want you to know. Great. Thanks. Thank you. All right. That was that was great. So meanwhile, what do you think one eight six four zero eight seven six six nine, you know, the big three things we're talking about what we just discussed as well as Eric Holder joining with Hillary Clinton on one theme, it is okay to get violent enact uncivilized because you lose elections and Donald Trump talks to us for forty five minutes on television, and does touch on is big meeting on racial tensions with Jim Brown and Konya west at noon and Kamala Harris says I'm not done fighting. For Cavanaugh, really. Brian kilmeade. Now, the three big things you need to know three three. The city of Orlando has a new police chief today deputy chief Orlando on the twenty five year veteran of the force. Sue, the Dow industrials dropping other five hundred forty five points today after losing more than eight hundred yesterday, the NASDAQ and s&p five hundred also deepened the red again. One the hurricane. Michael death. Toll has climbed to six tonight. Gadsden county officials confirming this afternoon three storm related deaths and tonight a person was killed in North Carolina in a storm related incident. It will certainly take decades to heal the scars inflicted on the panhandle from hurricane Michael at this moment. Search and rescue crews are looking for survivors and victims as soon as you hop back in your car tomorrow morning. Tune into Orlando's morning news for the current conditions on the ground there or set. Your Alexa, alarm to wake up with news ninety six point five WDBO. Have.

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"disci" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"disci" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"My guests, Mark Faulkner opinion, cooperated Graham, building designed so thanks for that great introduction. Mark. I want a little bit more a little bit more specific. Now. Can you tell us do you? Remember, what was the company? What was ten g's? Very I build the first build we did was for a client and a and and still a client and good friend of our Steve Dennis in Carmel highlands, and we built a three hundred gallon freshwater planted aquarium for forum. That's still running today. We help him when he goes on vacation. We'll we'll do the maintenance for him. But it's still still beautiful. And that was gosh, two two thousand and one. So that was over sixteen years ago and tanks still still chugging along and any specific types of plants are fish that were. Yeah, it was an Amazon issue display. He school of cardinal tetras and discus and at that time, I think is has morphed over the years but at. The onset. We did, you know, South American plants swords and some low foreground plants and so relatively easy to maintain. We've c o two controlled through H controller and at the time, I think we installed power compact on it. But now now he's on all LED lights. We upgraded light fixtures a couple of years ago. So after you talked about that a little bit can you walk us through the process from start to finish. Yeah. I mean, you can either talk about residential or commercial project whichever is easier over the years. There is no typical every project is unique and projects come to us in a variety of fashions. Oftentimes where we're bidding on drawings sets that were produced by an engineering firm for us to build. So so that's one way for us to get involved on some of the commercial projects that we do some of the larger. Installations that we do. We're actually not oftentimes in those products were not involved in the design, but we get hired to to do the build out of them sometimes pride in which is a scenario that we do like, we're often contacted the first large residential installation either the owners doing their homework or or the the architects doing their homework and they often times called public aquariums. And say who would you hire? Who would you use to design and build and a large, you know, residential installation. And we get lots of references from the public aquariums we've worked for so we would team up with the architect. And oftentimes we're hired by the owners, but we're working with the architects and the engineers that are designing the house, and we get brought in really early in the process when the house is just on paper. Right. And we're able that's the scenario that we like this when we're able to have a say. In where and how big the area for mechanical equipment is. And oftentimes that's on maybe a floor below in a mechanical room, and we can do everything from telling them where to put floor drains and tell him how to treat the walls in the space. So that, you know, it's a wet location environment can add you know, sinks and fixtures. And we can tell them exactly how much and what type and and where we want power located. So we're involved pretty heavily in the front end of the design, and then that process is long. So I mean, there have been residential installations where we were contacted early on the process and the build wasn't complete for three or four years. So these things can drag on as you might imagine that in terms of the larger residential installations, that's how we are typically involved, and we're also involved in the structural side of things. So we'll provide like flirting requirements for the tank vessels. And how the tank battles were attached. To the house in case of any type of seismic or earthquake event. And so we work closely with the designers and engineers throughout the process. Yeah. That's right. I forgot you guys. Have the whole earthquake issue there? Yeah. Everything everything needs to be reinforced and captured so we'd so things don't dance around when the earth starts to move. So now I wanted to actually ask you about I was in Sacramento. Visiting a friend of mine at UC Davis and other fish veterinarian. And we did actually we walked into pass by. So I had to walk into the dive bar..

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"disci" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

Now What? with Arian Foster

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"disci" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

"Pee on pee into a Cup. Yeah. And the crazy thing is like, say, say, you don't have to go to the bathroom, but you have to get a test in or if you don't get a test in at a certain time, that counts as a negative test. Right? So you literally have to sit there the guy you're if you're like, I can't p right now. He goes flips on the water. He turns on the water faucet and he just sits there and watches you standing naked. I'm like, there's gotta be a better way. I know. But you know, at the same time every every sport is like that. It's just it's part of the deal, you know, and we kinda crash. It's still gotta play the PC role, but I don't. I should. Fucking garbage. I'm positive. Disci- can pull up like we can do blood or we can do something. Some people that I freaked out by. A very hard time drawing blood, whether and I've seen, I've seen guys get ivy's and locker that couldn't do it. Yeah, you know, just screaming before games freaking out, and I used to used to kind of get worry about that too. I don't like being put on needles, right, and a lot of people are also self conscious about and very, not self conscious about, say, taking blood before game or practice. A lot of people. Everyone is differently in reaction in different ones. I don't know. That is this is two thousand eighteen. I could talk to somebody you can think about high. No, right. Got to be. I'm cool. I'm good. I don't have. I don't have that much care for player rates now. That's, that's insane, man. So. So just. Have you had any. What what is your disposition about the negative fan? I'm that comes with the, the press of the things that you had to do with understood. It's understood in early it is, you know, destroyed so much more diplomatic than. You know, 'cause I've been there in as a little kid and seeing athletes and being let down and getting it, but not understanding the true situation of what happened..

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"disci" Discussed on I Need My Space

I Need My Space

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"disci" Discussed on I Need My Space

"Is there like, oh, this is, where is there like a key west in Miami of space strongly influenced by who's planning the vacation? They always find that whatever the the space travel agents favorite location is it tends to be more popular. So maybe I'll tell you about my favorite, please? Yes. Oh, yeah, which is tighten because a lot of people love I, I love beach vacation. Sure. And this is not a typical beat. It is the outer solar system. This is a moon of Saturn, it's very cold on the surface, but it does have bodies of liquid methane and ethene sees. So you can't imagine that you could walk along the edge of the shores in obviously wearing a space suit. But you could also go boating and it does have this thick, thick atmosphere and low gravity, which would allow you with a wing suit to fly probably under your own power which is out in mazing. Think about, and I also feel like it's, you know, even though it's a moon, it's it's very unusual for me. It has so many different types of environments. It also has an Equatorial band of dunes that are very dark in color. So they're kind of like charcoal color and the consistency is kind of like grape nuts or granola. So it's kind of you could imagine flying over the surface. You could fly over the seas you could fly over these dunes. It'd be an amazing experience, and the view of the rings would be spectacular actually, though, because one thing I didn't mention about titan is that it's always cloudy on titan. It's always clothing tight. So you wouldn't necessarily unless you got up to upper atmosphere, you wouldn't necessarily have a great view of the rings. I feel like if they'd have a view like a some sort of, you know, when you go to. Some sort of space elevator to see the rings and taking off and landing. It'd probably take it would be pretty ridiculous to go to tighten and knock have a view of the ring ring tour, right? Yeah, exactly. This is it is, as we said before, this is so much fun and it's, I think it's very, it's a great way to get people engaged in space, but what is the mission of this project? Yeah, I think the mission is to realize have people through this experience through reading the book through the VR up, recognize that they have an interest in these topics. That space is interesting, and there's a way that their life is relevant to. It feels so far away and it feels disconnected from human life. But I think you know, that's not actually the case. You know, if humans do travel to these planets, we're going to bring our culture and experiences with us, and we'll have something to say about what that world is like, and I want to share with people the possibilities of what that could be and that it's really. For everybody that it's not just for some select few astronauts that spaces a place that is relevant to everyone's life and should eventually be acceptable to everyone. Yeah. Is there any initiative to get the book or the app into schools? So children can have a look at it, you know? Well, the nice thing is about the app is that it is free and that it doesn't require expensive equipment, but we haven't. We haven't actually sent these too many schools. We've done a lot of. We've done some writers workshops with young students where we've given the book out, and I have worked with teachers in my old job at the American Museum of natural history. And so so I've, you know to the teachers that I had taught in my astronomy class, there have shared this with them, and I hope that you know, they'll find it useful. There is also a teacher's guide that goes along with the book interested stepping aside from the book and the project, what was it for you as a kid. That got you into astronomy and disci- obviously didn't have this very cool book and there was no such thing as virtual reality, but but we is there certain point that you can. There's a certain pinpoint moment..

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Health officials warn of new species of tick found in NY state

Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning

01:48 min | 3 years ago

Health officials warn of new species of tick found in NY state

"Affected James flippin for, seven ten w. o. ARA. Number of legionnaires cases in upper Manhattan is now up to eighteen and that includes one fatality according to the New York City health department. And deputy Commissioner Dimitri discus the cooling tower suspected in the outbreak heaven clean and now I now believe that that cluster has been contained So that we do have bad news of a mortality we have the good news that the environmental. Exposure we believe is over some now people he can contract legionnaires disease. By breathing and water. Vapor that contains bacteria and if you are experiencing flu like symptoms you should contact your doctor immediately there's a new type of tick finding a home in Westchester county New York state officials say the long horned take has been found in several locations it's native to, Australia New Zealand and eastern Asia and the, health department says they don't know, what specific threat the. Tick now poses to. Humans in the state they are urging people to be cautious as usual when hiking working or even spending time in wooded areas a man is. Under arrest after being seen on a cell phone video menacing a subway riders Sunday on the video the suspect pulled a knife on a father and his family after they intervene. When they said the man hit his own child, said the. Man also threatened to kill the father the incident started on On each train canal street about three thirty pm and ended. With the suspect pulling out a knife at the west fourth street stop stop. And, Long Island students are mourning the death of a seventeen year old Farmingdale student. She collapsed last night after suffering some sort, of medical episode at a school. Function at Salem high high school east and she was pronounced dead, at Stony Brook university, hospital we'll have sports and your Weather Channel forecast up next. Wwl news time eleven, oh four balance of nature's, fruits and.

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"disci" Discussed on Le Show

Le Show

03:11 min | 3 years ago

"disci" Discussed on Le Show

"Student formation more than thirty seven hundred families included names email addresses phone student identification numbers they told later that they're information was compromised officials are calling the unacceptable and said the employees who sent the email will be fired what's his dress why don't you just make his information public you know save everybody that the city council of annapolis maryland passed a resolution monday night apologizing for lynchings of african american men and other racial injustices that took place over the history of apples and the county that surrounds it that of netflix has told his staffing needs to set a better example after firing the company's head of communications for twice using the n word during work meetings he's aside to let go of jonathan freedland for using the slur in a descriptive sense he i used the word several months ago a discussion about offensive words in comedy and again if months later a few days later during a conversation with two black colleagues freed could just give me a memo with some more words that are offensive in comedy i appreciate it and designer of the online quiz at the center of the cambridge analytic data use scandal apologized this week for his role in the story saying he believed the way his team used the app together information on facebook users and there was nothing unusual we thought collecting data like we did was completely normal accepted in that people whose data was being collected and transferred knew that it was regularly happening dr alexander kogan told senators in washington testifying testify koga disci fiction to believe the profiles companies the company built were reliable enough to convince people to vote for a candidate they would not have normally supported the data is entirely ineffective for micro targeting and i believe psycho graphics as a whole is a dead end for this purpose he said the application was only able to fi correctly five personality traits it was bill to predict in one percent of users he said facebook's existing ad targeting services would have been much more effective for analytic purposes the date of his wits politika ladies and gentlemen up featuring ladies and gentlemen that's going to conclude this week sedition of show but program will return round a week from now brown the same time or on this audio divisive your choice and it'd be just like you choosing to do that if you would agree to be with me it's taught logical extreme i believe and redundant to boot but would you do would you do that already thank you very much typically show up to the san diego pittsburgh chicago exile in hawaii dust thanks to pam halston and to jenny lawson ww no wallin's for help with the day's broadcast the email

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"disci" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"disci" Discussed on KOMO

"Timken discus the he was the president of dodge fiat chrysler passenger 'cause really rescued dodge and was has done some amazing things with the demon with a hell cat of the vehicles that have kept those dodge vehicles at the head of everybody is shopping list he's now in charge of alpha mayo maserati this is a guy that is a sleeping genius do you think he can make these two brands sing there's only so at any one person and do giving locked that they are doubt i you know for me on maserati who are in particular if you look at the last four year plan that came out for years ago was supposed to have several cars out by now that simply didn't materialize in this timeframe and now they have a role a development plan for cars that will be in the market by twenty twenty two both from the maserati side and on the alfa romeo side the problem is that the company has lost a little bit of credibility now given the fact that they never met the targets from a few years ago and now of course there are new targets but the new targets are far more modest than they were four years ago and the company is really going to have to show us that they can for once in a lifetime here actually deliver on these numbers what are they five takeaways from the fca a five year plan if you overlay in the sales chart with tesla starting in twenty fifteen to twenty twenty sixteen the twenty seventeen and then the expected numbers for twenty eighteen since we're barely not even halfway into twenty teen that's a look almost identical you look at the numbers were right around fifty thousand for twenty fifteen and then macready with seventy five thousand for twenty sixteen and then just a hair over one hundred thousand for twenty seventeen and they're down here from north of one hundred and seventy thousand twenty eight teen it's almost comical how identity those two sets of numbers look for those two brands in the united states remains a very very tiny there was telling barely a little bit over two thousand vehicles per month in the us market independent investment analysts who was a great pleasure to have you on the show seeking alpha dot com anton woman i will you.

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"disci" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"disci" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Man of never taken any karate classes no jiu jitsu classes i never had one single wrestling shoot wrestling lesson my life all i've known is college football baseball discus throwing i didn't do any boxing trained in boxing for a few months at a time wasn't extremely proficient at it always get my hands down well my right armed under straighten out all the way so that kind of cuts the range out in my right arm but going back to my i don't know if i'd have been worth they should or not at all i can say is a good fan love the business just got finished texting daniel corm yeah i know he's getting ready for fight with steep amyotrophic coming up here in july seventh and that's a fight that i'm really looking forward to it's a sport that i really enjoy it's a sport that's been interesting to watch evolve from the guys that were just pure strikers to the guys and we're just pure wrestlers and now all these years later to see what it's morphed into where you know wrestling still kind of the bread and butter of at all but the chew with the striking and the wrestling that's all combined to become the hybrid art form that it is or sport that it is you know i used to love boxing all of the great characters kind of disappeared from boxing and now you know you have see is kind of like a snow exciting at anything can happen at any time with the kicking the strikes chokes.

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"disci" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"disci" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Is time a real thing or is it just something we invented so we can kind of keep track of stuff it's both i mean i guess i kind of came to think of time as as almost like a language in the sense that yes time is something that our mind generates it's something that our bodies generate i mean ourselves basically have twenty four hour clocks in them that are pretty rigidly set by by the kind of genetic mechanisms inside the nucleus so the passing of time is a very real thing that we experience but it's absolutely necessary you can't put your finger on it anymore that you can really put your finger on on the spoken word but it's absolutely essential to societal organization our personal organization how does science look at time as disci have a pretty good handle on what time is it for for their purposes you know what time is really depends on what sort of scientists you talk to there are scientists who try to understand how infants understand time and you know scientists who try to understand how are neurons process time the fact is that what we call time is actually a great number of different experiences that we sort of shove under one rug you know there's our experience of ration how long have been seem to last like wise that stop stoplight taking too long and there's are understanding of you know one thing coming after another or before another what we call temporal sequence there's your kind of ongoing sense that it's now right now and that you know the future is in one direction in the past in another direction those real fairly distinct experiences that come online and our lives at different times and you know we kind kinda lump them together but but they're quite distinct is there a good sense or a good explanation of why people have that universal experience that time goes by faster when you're having a good time time goes a lot slower when you're sitting in the dentist chair.

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"disci" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"disci" Discussed on WLAC

"Fox news radio i'm karen mccue a powerful storm that pummeled the northeast from virginia to main killing at least five is not over yet we are still going to have another high tide cycle to get through in this going to bring a lot more flooding across the coast really intense storm incredible wins with it most of the moisture is gone from it however it's moving very slowly so expect to see the winds continued throughout the day today not as strong as yesterday meteorolgist rick rakeb youth president trump taking heat over his proposal to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports fox's ellison barbara says has long advocated for something like this he says he'll likely sign something next week to raise tariffs to 25 percent for sale and ten percent for aluminum but if he's looking for support from his own party he might have trouble finding i hope the president doesn't really do this because if he does this could discus we'll just could appeal huge tax on american citizen utah senator orrin hatch fox news we report you decide rush hannity and fox news talk radio fifteen ten wola you see time to jump back into the financial jaw with derrick end jim jumper this is glue water retirement radio so glad you've taken the time out to join us this week walter stronghold here march you along with derrick in jim jumper the founders of bluewater financial here in the nashville area their offices in bell made and if you want to find out about them online you can get a retire with a bluewater dot com that's retire with bluewater dot com bought two great information on the website resources additional thing she kinda tap into and learn more about financial planning that's retire with bluewater dot com it at any point time you can call our show if you're interested in that complementary clear blue planning review that dare can jim mentioned a few moments ago you can call eight hundred three to one 23 seventy seven diversification.

"disci" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"disci" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"You want me to allow showed up civilized people like oh my gosh your hair grovel i guess was mired with twelve inches overnight right i just threw in a virgin remmy 26 before i came in here adam secrets like a good we also what else what else i would have hagan here i wanna talk about discus kim kardashian has ever present in tabloids apparently there is a lot of drama going on with her in her surrogate in konya and not knowing what's going on i just wanna read some of the best parts of this thing um apparently quote are at loggerheads you're talking about humankind about the birth being filmed for keeping up with the kardashians explains a source connie's made it clear that cameras are banned from delivery room and doesn't even want kim's mom to be there but kim's insisting that chris be by her side so looks like again konya is like i'm trying to have a be a normal person word someone workers give birth in and not be a super bowl halftime special uh and then also kim she's been crying on a routine basis because this baby just feel so physically distant from her you don't say yeah that writing with surrogacy it would appear that way yet it that physically distant uh also another thing that is really funny is that kim like apparently is really jealous of the woman that's why she did invite her to the baby shower because she didn't want her to be the center of attention and the surrogate doesn't even want came to be in the delivery room because there is so much tension she doesn't want the surrogate to even hold her daughter after she gives birth kim is extremely concerned that she won't bond with the baby because she didn't carry it they they just don't get along as seems who knows unbelievable whatever their real things going on like this cardi be wants a one of a kind party so if you guys are no cardi be the queen cardi from the bronx bodell with songs summer we all know that she is engaged to officer of the meals or migo sorry not amigos isis at that as a joke in people want to correct me but so she's having a wedding and the dress code.

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"disci" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

WJNT 1180 AM

02:45 min | 4 years ago

"disci" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM

"Here right here in virginia please support akanit media kenner supports our veterans and that said ghazi greg here undecided what will tip the balance for you ridiculous discus averts reserve horton healthcare's important everything the more jobs in virginia beach virginia in a whole we need more jobs better laura opportunity here big big offyear election virginia in new jersey both have elections today so it's off everyone else thinks it's an even year but remember this is when chris christie and bob mcdonnell were elected in two thousand nine to obama comes in and wins in two thousand eight and right away started to see it turn both in jersey and in virginia and today it's ralph north them versus ed glaspie it's an interesting state it's become more purple or even democrat mostly because of immigration northern virginia has completely changed demographically since i moved to the area in ninety eighty six in eighty seven i moved here and alexander virginia kinda lots of middleclass people kind of white working class people yeah there was hispanic folks but it wasn't it wasn't probably the biggest percentage and certainly i don't recall seeing a massive swath of muslimamericans which have moved into the region as well predominantly it is a latino and government employee makeup of the electorate that has chain virginia significantly the beltway bandits beltway ban it's also in richmond virginia that's change richmond has become more immigrantdominated other parts of the state more immigrantdominated so what had been a rural fairly conservative state has become for democrats almost a reliable democrat pick up but will this change now at glaspie's different kind of cat because he was a bushy he ran against mark warner in two thousand and fourteen and lost by seventeen thousand votes very tight margin and he's not a populist he's an establishment guy however he's kinda moved a little bit populist big shock is head to he's had to it because the state and meanwhile donald trump has chimed in via twitter today on election day ralph north them will allow climbed to be ramp than if the tenure his week on crime weaken out great vets anti anti second amendment meant and has been horrible under tenure economy vote at gillespie today right now ms thirteen redknapp and the other day then he goes on this is a.

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"disci" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"disci" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Drop ninety six and we mentioned this big bounce in bitcoin it's now five thousand three hundred sixty dollars per coin eighteen and a half minutes past the hour let's get a news update now switch to sydney and to the discus tall did good morning president donald trump was yunes as war of words with puerto rico on thursday trump tweeted we cannot keep theme of the militry and first responders in puerto rico for river and he blamed the territory forwards looming financial crisis meanwhile passed a thirty six billion dollar aid package to assist with rebuilding after hurricane maria y white house chief of staff john kelly says he's not quitting all being fide kelly surprised reporters by conducting thursday's daily white house news briefing himself he denies these unhappy in his job and gives a reassurance that he's not going anywhere and the united arab emirates will stop issuing new visas to north korean workers and pool its nonrisk didn't ambassador to the country it's the latest gulf country to limit pyongyang's ability to evade sanctions and raise money abroad the uae is estimated to host about 1500 north korean workers global news 24 hours a day powered by more than 2600 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries i'm paul allen and sydney this is bloomberg angie all right thanks so much for that paul let's get back to scott brown he senior vp chief economist at raymond james financial and scott we expect to get some data cannot is china today some trade data ahead of the october eighteen th people's congress meeting how does this play in to just this globe bull growth that seems to me think criticised with the us and europe how long do you expect us to continue we'll probably occur while longer i mean we don't have a lot of concern about greg good about china for example with the increase in private debt too good of a concern but i think you know they could go growth for a lot of the issue but i think we are earlier this week with the.

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"disci" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

WRLR 98.3 FM

02:38 min | 4 years ago

"disci" Discussed on WRLR 98.3 FM

"Good morning this is tech dog god the bureau are nearly 300 pm and rallied heights illinois pin all right now that's a good way to start the day there are like a little bit of that like wine by miami horror uh good stuff it could be a great day today we're going to be misin our good friend robbie science for the winner idle but i will catch up with him next week were definitely though going to have on our our good friend mr j geek trivia garment he'll be here a just a little bit endo will cover what will the tech news and information of things going on again today he goes word shocking surprise i know this is gonna this is gonna just i know blow your mind another security issue came up this last week a couple of them like light from the past blast from the past kind of stuff happening bob ha wa i mean this this is a this is pretty intense um discus spell the queue of course because at school discus at you one of the leading blog common team that systems that's around you see it a lot of times like with newspapers we ever going to make a comment ana newspaper articles and things that are online with that or even to built into other blogs and things it's it's enormous enormous minerals huge been around for a long time and they just found out literally hike yesterday they just bound out there yeah they were hacked uh you know you not only that they were back in two thousand and twelve 2012 they didn't find out about this for five years folks it's october seven two thousand seventeen in case you didn't know the date by two thousand twelve five years ago they got high hacked and dumb i so they were using a a weaker type of security encryption i was a shaw one algorithm that's ben basically mud blasted endeavour candidates when thrown away i in favor of a lot stronger password scramblers because of specifically issues like this um now the visit some of the exposed information dates back actually users who created their counts as early as two thousand in seven so uh man so again you know do you just can't count on anything bean save essentially um so you know in this.

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