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"rahmatullah" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

Radio Fajri 99.3FM

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on Radio Fajri 99.3FM

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

06:12 min | 10 months ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on TrapCracker Radio Uncensored

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Ghost crabs us aren't ghosts but they are ghost like partly because of their Pale coloring and partly because like a vengeful spirit trapped in your walk in closet they they want you to get out. They can't whale like actual ghosts but but when scientists studied the way that goes crabs communicate when threatened they did hear something surprising. Professor Maya degrees was part of the team at the Scripps Institution of oceanography that discovered the ghost crabs secret Britt noisy weapon. We reached her in Sea Ranch California professor degrees. What did you uncover about. These unusual sounds that the ghost crabs make right so it was really interesting in the lab. We noticed that they were making the same sounds with another. They're part of their body than their claws and a lot of crustaceans. Make these really neat. Strangulation sounds or grinding sounds that are really important for their behavior h-have yer but we heard it coming from another part of the body which was very intriguing before we find out what part of the body's doing let's hear a bit of the sound that you have recorded a growling crabs okay. That's the sound Dallas would that is great so it sounds like a scraping sound as you could tell when a two body parts scraped together and what we found is that it was actually coming from the stomach so what the animals have is a gastric mill which is basically thickly what they use to grind food in their stomachs. It's a set of teeth basically in the stomach and they can chew up food that way but we learned that they can also also make these sounds that sounds strikingly similar to the sounds that they make with their claws. Do all crabs have these grinding mills in their guts. Yes all crustaceans nations that we know of these gastric males or yeah grinding apparatus says it's pretty crazy but did you know of any that actually used the grinding mill to nor to make a sound. That's nothing to do with digesting food. nope this is the first example of really any animal making sounds communication with their stomachs. As far as we know when he first identified this sounds you could see that they weren't doing it with their claws. What did you think was going on yeah. It was really neat. The lead author of the Study Jennifer Taylor had actually brought out these animals into the lab for another study she was going to look at how they behave antagonistically to each other but then she noticed that they were making in kind of classic sound not with their claws and she got very curious and kind of brought the rest of the team to kind of figure out where the sound is coming from what what did you do in order to figure it out. I we used a laser doppler vibe Rahmatullah which is basically vibration sensing lasers to able to pinpoint where in the body the sounds coming from so that told us that the sound was coming from the body cavity probably this gastric mill but we need his see the gastric mill actually moving at the same time that the sound was being produced and that's actually really tricky to jail in bigger crowds. You can stick like an endoscope down L. Nancy the gastric mill moving but these are really small crabs kind of the size of your hand and when they make the sound they're moving around a lot so it's pretty hard to do so we actually teamed up with a group of medical doctors at Uc San Diego Medical Center and we use their radiology technology so basically weekly x Ray imaging to be able to make movies of the animals making the sound while they were moving their gastric. Mill says anyone x ray to grab before as far as you know you know not in this way certainly not with late human technology and medical technology so this is definitely the first time that they had stopped crafts into this machine before but it worked and it was really exciting they make this sound in order to when they're threatened when they're trying to ward off attacks or they're trying to antagonize agonize another another species so what what did you do in order to get them to make the sound they actually do it when they're in tag amazing other individuals from the same they're same species usually and so we actually able to use bodies of dead crabs of the same species and we actually even also so put live crabs in with them but really be able to monitor where they were going and kind of guide the animals were going to be doing these behaviors. Here's we used robotic expert toys and their remote controlled toys and so we were able to remotely control the antagonizing toy to be able to get the crabs to make the sound okay. I'm trying to picture Hugh and the hospital where the crab in X. Machine device and you are dangling dead crabs and heck's bug robots. I mean if if anyone had put their head in the door they would've thought this was really quite extraordinary and that's actually exactly what we were doing and it looked pretty pretty funny. We also of course had all of our like x Ray Protective Equipment on yeah. It was a pretty it was pretty wild scene. What does it mean for you to find to figure this out. This is really amazing zing because again this sound for us. Christine Biologists is so common we hear the crabs making the situation sound with their claws all the time but to hear it when their claws aren't moving was just totally wild. I was pretty blown away room. So now you've found out their stomachs can communicate MHM gets that they're communicating with their stomachs. This means that this behavior that is so important for them for defending territory and fighting with other crab this actually frees up their claws for them to still be able to make the sound with a different part of their body but then they can use their claws doing other things like fighting crabs. Perhaps and that kind of thing would fierce creatures. These are yeah. It's really neat and we actually think because so many Christians have this gastric mill. It's a highly possible that there are a lot of other animals that are doing this and we just haven't discovered it yet. Need Further Terese thank you. Yes thank you so much for by the High Professor Maya degrees a post doc fellow at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the CO author of a new study crab communication. It was published this week in the proceedings of the Royal Society. We reach professor degrees in sea ranch. California.

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Ghost crabs 'growl' from their stomachs, scientists find

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:53 min | 1 year ago

Ghost crabs 'growl' from their stomachs, scientists find

"Ghost crabs us aren't ghosts but they are ghost like partly because of their Pale coloring and partly because like a vengeful spirit trapped in your walk in closet they they want you to get out. They can't whale like actual ghosts but but when scientists studied the way that goes crabs communicate when threatened they did hear something surprising. Professor Maya degrees was part of the team at the Scripps Institution of oceanography that discovered the ghost crabs secret Britt noisy weapon. We reached her in Sea Ranch California professor degrees. What did you uncover about. These unusual sounds that the ghost crabs make right so it was really interesting in the lab. We noticed that they were making the same sounds with another. They're part of their body than their claws and a lot of crustaceans. Make these really neat. Strangulation sounds or grinding sounds that are really important for their behavior h-have yer but we heard it coming from another part of the body which was very intriguing before we find out what part of the body's doing let's hear a bit of the sound that you have recorded a growling crabs okay. That's the sound Dallas would that is great so it sounds like a scraping sound as you could tell when a two body parts scraped together and what we found is that it was actually coming from the stomach so what the animals have is a gastric mill which is basically thickly what they use to grind food in their stomachs. It's a set of teeth basically in the stomach and they can chew up food that way but we learned that they can also also make these sounds that sounds strikingly similar to the sounds that they make with their claws. Do all crabs have these grinding mills in their guts. Yes all crustaceans nations that we know of these gastric males or yeah grinding apparatus says it's pretty crazy but did you know of any that actually used the grinding mill to nor to make a sound. That's nothing to do with digesting food. nope this is the first example of really any animal making sounds communication with their stomachs. As far as we know when he first identified this sounds you could see that they weren't doing it with their claws. What did you think was going on yeah. It was really neat. The lead author of the Study Jennifer Taylor had actually brought out these animals into the lab for another study she was going to look at how they behave antagonistically to each other but then she noticed that they were making in kind of classic sound not with their claws and she got very curious and kind of brought the rest of the team to kind of figure out where the sound is coming from what what did you do in order to figure it out. I we used a laser doppler vibe Rahmatullah which is basically vibration sensing lasers to able to pinpoint where in the body the sounds coming from so that told us that the sound was coming from the body cavity probably this gastric mill but we need his see the gastric mill actually moving at the same time that the sound was being produced and that's actually really tricky to jail in bigger crowds. You can stick like an endoscope down L. Nancy the gastric mill moving but these are really small crabs kind of the size of your hand and when they make the sound they're moving around a lot so it's pretty hard to do so we actually teamed up with a group of medical doctors at Uc San Diego Medical Center and we use their radiology technology so basically weekly x Ray imaging to be able to make movies of the animals making the sound while they were moving their gastric. Mill says anyone x ray to grab before as far as you know you know not in this way certainly not with late human technology and medical technology so this is definitely the first time that they had stopped crafts into this machine before but it worked and it was really exciting they make this sound in order to when they're threatened when they're trying to ward off attacks or they're trying to antagonize agonize another another species so what what did you do in order to get them to make the sound they actually do it when they're in tag amazing other individuals from the same they're same species usually and so we actually able to use bodies of dead crabs of the same species and we actually even also so put live crabs in with them but really be able to monitor where they were going and kind of guide the animals were going to be doing these behaviors. Here's we used robotic expert toys and their remote controlled toys and so we were able to remotely control the antagonizing toy to be able to get the crabs to make the

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

06:37 min | 1 year ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Ghost crabs us aren't ghosts but they are ghost like partly because of their Pale coloring and partly because like a vengeful spirit trapped in your walk in closet they they want you to get out. They can't whale like actual ghosts but but when scientists studied the way that goes crabs communicate when threatened they did hear something surprising. Professor Maya degrees was part of the team at the Scripps Institution of oceanography that discovered the ghost crabs secret Britt noisy weapon. We reached her in Sea Ranch California professor degrees. What did you uncover about. These unusual sounds that the ghost crabs make right so it was really interesting in the lab. We noticed that they were making the same sounds with another. They're part of their body than their claws and a lot of crustaceans. Make these really neat. Strangulation sounds or grinding sounds that are really important for their behavior h-have yer but we heard it coming from another part of the body which was very intriguing before we find out what part of the body's doing let's hear a bit of the sound that you have recorded a growling crabs okay. That's the sound Dallas would that is great so it sounds like a scraping sound as you could tell when a two body parts scraped together and what we found is that it was actually coming from the stomach so what the animals have is a gastric mill which is basically thickly what they use to grind food in their stomachs. It's a set of teeth basically in the stomach and they can chew up food that way but we learned that they can also also make these sounds that sounds strikingly similar to the sounds that they make with their claws. Do all crabs have these grinding mills in their guts. Yes all crustaceans nations that we know of these gastric males or yeah grinding apparatus says it's pretty crazy but did you know of any that actually used the grinding mill to nor to make a sound. That's nothing to do with digesting food. nope this is the first example of really any animal making sounds communication with their stomachs. As far as we know when he first identified this sounds you could see that they weren't doing it with their claws. What did you think was going on yeah. It was really neat. The lead author of the Study Jennifer Taylor had actually brought out these animals into the lab for another study she was going to look at how they behave antagonistically to each other but then she noticed that they were making in kind of classic sound not with their claws and she got very curious and kind of brought the rest of the team to kind of figure out where the sound is coming from what what did you do in order to figure it out. I we used a laser doppler vibe Rahmatullah which is basically vibration sensing lasers to able to pinpoint where in the body the sounds coming from so that told us that the sound was coming from the body cavity probably this gastric mill but we need his see the gastric mill actually moving at the same time that the sound was being produced and that's actually really tricky to jail in bigger crowds. You can stick like an endoscope down L. Nancy the gastric Mo- moving but these are really small crabs kind of the size of your hand and when they make the sound they're moving around a lot so it's pretty hard to do so we actually teamed up with a group of medical doctors at Uc San Diego Medical Center and we use their radiology technology so basically weekly x Ray imaging to be able to make movies of the animals making the sound while they were moving their gastric. Mill says anyone x ray to grab before as far as you know you know not in this way certainly not with late human technology and medical technology so this is definitely the first time that they had stopped crafts into this machine before but it worked and it was really exciting they make this sound in order to when they're threatened when they're trying to ward off attacks or they're trying to antagonize agonize another another species so what what did you do in order to get them to make the sound they actually do it when they're antagonizing other individuals from the same they're same species usually and so we actually able to use bodies of dead crabs of the same species and we actually even also so put live crabs in with them but really be able to monitor where they were going and kind of guide the animals were going to be doing these behaviors. Here's we used robotic expert toys and their remote controlled toys and so we were able to remotely control the antagonizing toy to be able to get the crabs to make the sound okay. I'm trying to picture Hugh and the hospital where the crab in X. Machine device and you are dangling dead crabs is and heck's bug robots. I mean if if anyone had put their head in the door they would've thought this was really quite extraordinary and that's actually exactly what we were doing and it looked pretty pretty funny. We also of course had all of our like x Ray Protective Equipment on yeah. It was a pretty it was pretty wild scene. What does it mean for you to find to figure this out. This is really amazing zing because again this sound for us. Christine Biologists is so common we hear the crabs making the situation sound with their claws all the time but to hear it when their claws aren't moving was just totally wild. I was pretty blown away room. So now you've found out their stomachs can communicate MHM gets that they're communicating with their stomachs. This means that this behavior that is so important for them for defending territory and fighting with other crab this actually frees up their claws for them to still be able to make the sound with a different part of their body but then they can use their claws doing other things like fighting crabs. Perhaps and that kind of thing would fierce creatures. These are yeah. It's really neat and we actually think because so many Christians have this gastric mill. It's a highly possible that there are a lot of other animals that are doing this and we just haven't discovered it yet. Need Further Terese thank you. Yes thank you so much for by the High Professor Maya degrees a post doc fellow at Scripps Institution of Oceanography and the CO author of a new study crab communication. It was published this week in the proceedings of the Royal Society. We reach professor degrees in sea ranch. California.

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

11:58 min | 2 years ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"My take. And voluminous Twitter at barstool big cat. It's time for his weekly conversation with Waddle and Silvy on ESPN one thousand. The cat was not happy with what he saw last week. For the bears against the patriots. He also did a little experiment involving will resign Rondo and some mouthpieces. Rondo wasn't a part of it. But he fueled the experiment. Yeah. Always a lot of fun with barstool big catch Congo guy. And just basically run in the world these. How are you? What's up, boys? Yeah. Last Sunday wasn't fun. But I I don't know if you guys are the famous may. But I was sitting there watching that game and the whole time I was just mad that we lost the dolphin because when the seasons on the schedule came out, you're like, okay, it's going to be very very difficult to be Tom Brady and Bill Belichick, but just sitting there being like, I cannot believe we lost Brock Osweiler. Because you had that one is now and you had the w for Brock Osweiler. And it's just now it feels like this Sunday is a must win is. I hate to say this early in the season. But it is a must win. We're lockstep. We're we're we're in lockstep two reasons. Guate- last me on Monday, he was really pissed about this loss. So you know, what I'm more mad about a more mad about the loss to the dolphins before then I called it. I don't like to label stuff must wins when they're not really must. But I believe that cat that if they lose this week all the good vibes are gone. Yeah. All the good vibes are gone because the. Schedule doesn't get much easier. I tweeted out, you know, my my my hope and wish for the bears rest of the season because you do have some games that are very winnable. The jets the bills the giants who knows who's going to be playing quarterback in December for them the forty Niners. They obviously have have lost their quarterback. But then the rest of the Vikings Packers lions Rams. So this is a game that if you lose this game. Now, you're behind the eight ball. You're you're you're dead. Laugh, not tied for laughing NFC north and the good vibes the bat Nagy, he's got everything going and the defense and Khalil Mack. It all kinda just get sucked out of the room. You gotta do. Now is pee your pants intentionally silly. And you guys are soulmates. I think. Yeah. Athlete. I think if you do that. Soulmates in his bruiser out. So we don't have that. Yes. Right back reference. The same thing became he talked about the vibes all the good vibes. You're going to be gone. It's the truth though, doesn't it feel a little bit? I mean, I don't wanna bring up the name, but Mark Trestman member one those vibes. Remember when everything was I'm not saying, he well, I guess Marc Trestman. But I'm just saying NFL this how the NFL works that you can be high one week he'd be real low the next, and if you if you put three losses in a row on the schedule it's going to be kinda feel like rock use that language, though. Shouldn't you then talk yourself out of panic because the NFL can pick you up one week and drop you the next if you if you lose to the jets, but then you beat the bills and then the lines and then the Vikings aren't you feeling good about yourself again? Yeah. But the margin for error just keeps getting smaller and smaller because I you know, the you have to look in. It's fun that we're actually even having this discussion the playoff. Discussion. But someone some team from the south the saints in the Panthers are both very good teams. And the north is. I mean every I wouldn't be surprised at any team. I think the lions have have some things rolling right now. So I wouldn't be surprised if any team in the north winds it, and I think the second best team in the north would probably get that last wildcard spot. So if you start getting into the if you're now dead last going into November. It's an uphill climb say, so what is concerning you most. Now that the young quarterback is not as accurate as you like him to be especially on big plays. Or is it that their best player? Khalil Mack looks to be completely non-productive because of a bad wheel. Can I go off the board on this your okay? Okay. What's considered me? The most is the inability to run the football. And 'cause I I really think that this bears team the identity of this bears team should be clock control run the football. You know, maybe limit this gimmick, not gimmicky I- gimmicky. Obviously always sounds like a swear word when you're talking about football fan, but a little less of the you know, screens and all these different concepts and just play some smash. I want play some bear football. I'm paying. To me is right now on ESPN one thousand look I'm being a Meatball. And I have no problem saying it because I think when you look at this team there are clearly you have a young quarterback that needs to play better. But he also needs some help and running the football helps a young quarterback on. I'm going to the stats from last year. And I want to say that bears offense actually ran the ball. Pretty darn well last year. Do you wanna go back two thousand seventeen? No put it that. Well, they ran the ball better because they ran the ball on every single play. What you don't you guys know what I'm saying? Like, I think there is an aspect of complimentary football that gets lost sometimes and running it can fix a lot of that. And it's not it's it's not seen a lot in the NFL the NFL passing league. But if you have a young quarterback, and you're trying to get it. So that he can feel confident and you have a defense that should be able to get after the quarterback you want to control the clock, and you wanna get after the quarterback, and I feel like kind of dumbing it down a little bit. And and beat beating teams that way is the solution for maybe the short term, and then you start. Introducing more these concerts. I also wanna see roquan Smith stay on the field. Leonard Floyd get to the quarterback real quick. I would say I agree with the concept of running the football. They gotta do a better job mitch's than their leading rusher out of the last three games. And I would say my emphasis is more not because he's a young quarterback because I love what Matt Nagy doing. It's because the weather's gonna change, and you are going to have to grind some things out at times when you can't get. Fancy and dial up all the delicious place. Yeah. A little bit a little bear weather coming in. But if you're the defense definitely with you, I'm Meatball today. I'm for me Paul today. It's like everything when when the sky starts falling with the bears like just go back to your enemy run the ball and run the ball. Let's run the ball. But I, you know, I do think that the defense is a little troublesome. Because and I think Vic Fangio's fantastic coach show. We'll get figured out. But there were definitely some head scratchers last week when Khalil Mack and and Leonard Floyd weren't rushing the passer as much as you'd like them to be and roquan Smith wasn't on the field. And I don't know because he's not, you know, fully up to date with everything they're trying to do or they don't trust them. But that's a guy a first round talent who has the speed to cover all this underneath stuff. That's killing the bears. And you want to see him out there. I want to get into the defense. One more thing about the offense, though, why we haven't talked about this either. Like, I've heard a lot of people like big cats say they want to run the ball more when I wanna run Jordan Howard, more is instead of the end around Taylor Gabriel. I think it was like they were enclosed in any gain nothing or when you send in chase. Daniel is the second quarterback. And like, that's when you're getting too cute my book where sometimes the run to join Howard. Who's your best runner is better than continuing to run the ball Taylor? Gabriel right. Exactly run between the tackles Rahmatullah majority Howard is is a fantastic running back. And I don't know. I mean, I know the tree Cohen has been electric. I know you want to get the ball in his hands as many times as possible. But sometimes it does feel like that. Like, hey, let's just simplify this. Let's just run it up the middle. Let's let's pound him. Let's get short third downs where Mitch can be successful. 'cause. What happened last week? What do you watch that game? The patriots were never in a long third down. It felt like it was third into third and three every single time. And no defense can really defend that in the NFL anymore. Said today, I think they only had one third and seven. You still calling Mitch ten God, by the way? I know. I'm waiting for some some throw some deep throws swear one on Twitter after one of the throws early in the patriots day. Listen, listen. Listen, I. Accountable for my tweet during a bearskin when we're when you get in between the lines all all bets are off. Okay. After the game. Maybe some rational thoughts come out of me. But when I step on the field and I'm talking about the Twitter field. You cannot hold me accountable for anything. I tweet. Would you be okay? If they sat Khalil Mack for a few weeks, try getting healthy, man. I, you know, it's tough. Because I honestly think I think you'd have to fight him to sit him. He's never he's never missed a game. But but then the conversation becomes listen. You can't leave that decision. Whether it's basketball baseball, it's football. You can't leave that decision in the hands of the player because they're all going to lobby is hard as they can be out on the field or the court or the diamond to play. Yeah. No. And this is where it kinda stinks that the bears had such an early by. Because you're looking like, oh, man. Is there is there some place in the schedule where he can steal steal a game here. But I more than anything. I think he just needs to rush the passer because I would imagine being in coverage is more taxing on an ankle rushing the passer, and it seems like on Sunday he was in coverage more than he was rushing the past. He was so. Are you a are you picking the bears? Yeah. I'm very close to I don't know if you guys remember but before the Seattle game week too. I said it was the biggest game in the bears franchise history. Now, those close to saying that again, I'm not going to go all the way. But I think the bears will come out. I think they will be. I think our conversation next week will be the bears feel like the bears that we saw the first four weeks of the season. By the way, I need some picks out of you today. The lock of the week or the year because I went three ten in one last week. NFL games against the spread. What happened? I think it this. I mean whenever the sun times asks me to do this. I'm like, you know me. I don't gamble that much. I and that makes me a good gambler because I know I'm bad at it. So don't force doing this. They're putting you on that list for their own kind of demented laughter. Right. Right. Right. The bills did I take the bills this week? No last week. Yes. Yeah. Against the colts. Right, right. No business being the seven and a half point favorites against anybody Indira Gandhi names the game and keep a minute. Yeah. I actually said after the game that I I am. I am a Fisher donating my brain to science whenever. Try to figure out what the logic was to bet on Derek Anderson after he hasn't played in however long because that was an all time thirty seven to five was your final score thing. Endo point at no point where they even different a cover. It was always kicking. It was it was twenty four to nothing at the hat. Yes. This guys I would have gone to what did I say? It went three ten and I went on to eleven and whatever if the giants didn't do the PA. Let me from going from two wins the three wins. Yeah. Don't apologize for those though..

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on 710 WOR

"And let's go to, Trish Turner ABC news in Virginia and Tricia just mulling, over here Molly or mollering it. Over here and we're trying to decide if if the defense didn't have a didn't have a case or the prosecution, and advocates and that's why the defense didn't offer. A defense what do? You, think well I love a bad. Morning ton But Yeah I think it's fair to say that the defense they seem to indicate to us that, they you, know obviously they say, this it's a strategy that they think the government didn't prove their. Case I think what they're saying is they thought Rick, gates Paul manafort's former protege that he was an incredibly flood. Witnessed of, course that's the. Truth this is what the government does when they put on a, witness just been cooperating who's committed a lot of crime. Themselves but I think that that went to impeach the character of Rick gates tear down the government's star, witness and so now they can come in and and try to attack this, from you, know Paul Manafort was a. Businessman there were lots of other people around him and maybe the business had trouble with the, law but not our clients, tricks In terms of the. The closing arguments which is going to happen today and I understand the is limiting them but this is, the defenses opportunity to kind of put a wrap on this case they didn't, have any, testimony or witnesses to present. Obviously so they're going to try and sum it up and you think they're summation is going, to be just business deals That's exactly right. I think that they are going to once again Karen Rick gates and then they have to tell us I think. Including two experts we talked, to, you they have to tell, us why the jury should disregard the fact that you. Know there that Manafort appeared, to sign a lot of legal documents that steady realized people breaking the law, if you lie. To banks but I think their whole strategy rests on this idea that here is, a, talented businessmen wrapped, up in business deals while he left the bookkeeping bookkeeping tax accounting to his, underlings and they're the ones who ended up breaking the law you know that in fact, nothing to see here and maybe the, business should have reported these offshore accounts but not him he didn't. Own more than, fifty percent of the business for most of the time. Hey Trish Rahmatullah Turner ABC news at the matter for trial in Virginia before you run the jury gets it today i think there's a scenario where where they do this the the wild card of course is the judge sort of unpredictable along but he likes his brakes i could see if we get too near the end of the day he might let the jury go and say let's begin with a fresh with a fresh set of eyes and ears in the morning you'll get the case then but they could get it if they get it i think it's not it's going to be you know four o'clock later in the day i i don't think it's going to be early have a hunch will be speaking later this week thanks trish pre she added My buzzer trying to, come up with some more bad puns for her you know it's going. To be interesting, is the judges charged because, he was very harsh on the prosecution case saying. Hey come on get. To the case here, hope you're, enjoying this rewind of today's Len. Berman, and Michael.

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Is the FOX thirteen? Coverage not, just, oh this is another black man that this has happened. To this is a man had children with that loved his girlfriend that loves his mother left his. Father that's every time I talked to anybody that you if you saw someone these children She was she was just a good man he. Was created in his smarts challenging time in cosc- from these pictures that that exudes from that and. Now you have someone that snuffed out his life that is walking around the streets And there's a. Lot of conversation over the next few weeks and months and years about the ground law and the. Problems that there are with the Sandra how a disproportionately does not benefit people of color How they're too many nuances in the law and that is to loosely applied either, by state attorney her either by a judge. In, ultimately this case is not stand your ground I have. A conversation with MS Rahmatullah McCabe and we put our heads together and based on the statue stack this case is not a single ground case however the sheriff decided based on his, interpretation of the law he declined to arrest Mr. And if in fact. Mr. Drake was arrested and this is one of the problems with angel ground if he was, arrested and for some reason he prevailed. On a standard round defense it offers the share to possible litigation so the sheriff who was supposed to be, the lawmaker and the law man should not. Have, to worry about being open to litigation about making a. Lawful arrest or doing investigation However it is our, position? Has Damato home seventy.

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"Negotiate about no we we shouldn't be negotiating about that we shouldn't be negotiating about reducing china's bilateral deficit with with the united states that's simply not an issue in fact john you've you've rightly pointed out the economy's doing quite well in fact you hear a mixed message from this administration they rightly with some justification brag about the economy and low unemployment and jobs being created in manufacturing and we've added i think a couple of hundred thousand manufacturing jobs since the president came into office at a time when we are importing more than ever from china in fact imports tend to rise with the economy because the economy's doing well we import more as consumers are companies import rahmatullah aerials and intermediate inputs so the trade deficit is simply not a metric to judge our economic relationship with china it has been a mutually beneficial relationship china's our number three the export market for goods and for services and john we sell another three hundred billion dollars worth of us branded goods and services in china through our affiliates there even though the chinese regulations aren't what we would want us companies are operating profitably in china and that creates jobs back here in the united states now the third part is for our chinese listeners and we do talk to beijing through the podcast and we talked to shanghai so this is directed towards them their economy's in trouble and you cannot find that in the chinese news you can't find it in the metrics because those metrics are distorted by local reporting province reporting communist party gamesmanship so they're one child policy and the fact that they're about to be passed in population especially young population by india there's nothing we can do about that there's no negotiation that can solve that problem john you're absolutely right you know let's not forget the last thirty years have taught us that central planning doesn't work the free market an open free flexible dynamic economy is the more successful model and the united states has that china has issues that central planning is not going to solve you put your finger on one of the big ones demographics.

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Welcoming selects sedition of espn fc down thomas stephen nickell allen rhino and craig burley rare madrid through to the champions league final once again but boy were they gifted a place in care bye bye munich the great star for fine as remember it was two one in the first they kimmage after just four minutes made it one nell to the visitors benz amar soon equalised it was then redness era era just after the break that gift advance are his and madrid second comments equalize on the night but of course that wasn't enough point needed a third which they couldn't get a couple of calls in which the business felt they should have have penalties nor the war by the officials so it's real madrid through that third consecutive champions league final rahmatullah then just too shy of the record of the clump set back in the fifties when they reached five consecutive european cup finals it's with hair again we're talking about reality and you look at it they've knocked out they've don't tell your vendors they don't have fine unit we should be sat here telling everyone how great they are i think wouldn't freight's could be in the final no there could be but they haven't been i mean getting their got some great players but the getting some gridlock the catch grit help the officials again i mean just took it cokes there rob lawson levin's off ski salo humble huge mistake from the goal keeper then you've got the huge lacy look the team the hell can he go into that without custom euro i mean unless you end engine not for i don't know because the gaping hole in the middle of the pot that bio munit will take an advantage but they couldn't push that onto the final fund the chances they messed.

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Dismal you can't just turn it around in one year after falling flat on your face totally agree and i i really marcus was like a brother to me but he he must have gone to the dentist beforehand and still been under the influence of some laughing gas you know what's what you know and to mention golf you talking about golf weather and how you wouldn't play new jersey right now i've always used my age as rahmatullah of win i'm gonna play basically you know i'm in my late fifties now so i don't play anything under my age this by the way i like that that's pretty much my theory and golfers day so but hey i thoroughly enjoyed the show and i and i think to your listeners that are still listing the entertainment and and information standpoint behind the show is what keeps people watching and listening and i really enjoy it thank you so much what a great call we really appreciate it we are going to take a short break oh in our next winter we're going to talk about lsu football and more of your phone calls at eight five five two four to seven to eight five kudos out the wonder you're listening to the paul finebaum show podcast a one trick pony literally i show pa kids parties enact to that's pretty much it so excuse me for being bitter wait gyco says not only could we save you money on car insurance but we do more like twenty four seven access online over the phone or even via or awardwinning mobile app will ooh la la aren't they multitalented hey i said or ganic carrots geico expect great savings and a whole lot more we walk into that we started the program over the headline about the future of lsu especially at the quarterback position i use all of that is i preamble to welcome in ross dellinger who covers the tigers ross it's been too long hallways well we've seen the fbi projections we've heard conversation about quarterbacks as we bring you let's start the quarterback position what do we know.

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"The weather and so does the flavor uh there's so many things that the you know when you get a really good cold night and then a nice warm sunny day you're the yield to the trees will be much higher and so that can change from day to day and from season this season so in this world that we live in that as you just suggested has always focused on large batches and that sort of thing um the way that you purifier if you will pasteurize i know that there are a lot of people who want to make sure that this is pure and there are some who want organic on rahmatullah effect that is in what you do but in the process of cooking which that which comes out of the tree you do automatically pasteurize it so somebody puts on a label pasteurize as no big deal because you have to cook it to separate out the syrup anyway right that's right we syrup is boiled up to a temperature of two hundred twenty degrees to get it down to its normal uh density so it's very it yeah it's very sad to guide there's no there's no problems with with pasteurisation because that's essentially what you're doing a we have a process where we actually do that at a lower temperature at about one hundred nays agrees which is also still at a pasteurisation temperature um which which changes the flavor and the content of the syrup yeah the the way it looks and the way it taste and it preserves alone the enzymes in it so we do have syrups w we do small batches and some of them are are actually cooked at different temperatures to get different affects well this speaks to a bit for those who are in the business of selling raw milk uh when we focus on wron that's the nature of that is natural and natural state and so we've had all of this push from.

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We've been hearing for months now the crackdown in me and more against the ryan young people there are a hegna are a muslim minority in this buddhistmajority country and they've been the target of brutal attacks by men mars security forces nearly a half million people fled across the border into neighboring bangladesh and telling stories of murder arson and mass rape men mars leaders say their military campaign as a response to a row hindia rebellion the un calls the myanmar security operation ethnic cleansing today we have a story of two ryan your refugees who just arrived here in boston this week here's my wgbf colleague gabriella emmanuel less than 12 hours after landing logan airport mohammad anwar and hussain muhammad are sitting on folding chairs and their dorchester apartment it's undecorated and sparsely furnished across the wellworn table is there caseworker rahmatullah ikot he's just pulled out his cell phone good yeah so we might need your help with translation today at with loudspeakers unit apple allah nears a problem the translator speaks the wrong language burmese not reagan got the luckily iccat is himself a refugee having arrived two years ago from afghanistan and he happens to speak urged to these you do going to stick with your new urges seems to work so they get started american case look on who aci explains everything in the third floor apartment these two men share with four other refugees all muslim men they pause at the front entrance akash owes them how to unlock the door to their new home the i gotta nagano it's been a long journey to get here it started in me and mart were the two men lived in distant villages for decades the rohana have been denied citizenship and basic rights in myanmar and mohammad says at times violence consumed his village gruber gruber linford gruber ozone surrender in those years mohammed says men mars military attack to them indiscriminately killing community members he particularly remember seeing people even children thrown alive into fires both anwar and will hamad fled by boat in two thousand fifteen without their families when the men eventually reached indonesia they shared a room in.

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Human rights organisations imbaba's opposition they may all work together and try and push and force the door open an actually uh you know force in a truly democratic change rather than just a controlled transition andrew you were in zimbabwe for two decades what is the best illustration you can recall of how power operates there you know when i first came to zimbabwe in 1980 that was the flush of of of zimbabwe's uh the end of whiteminority rule and it was all very positive and and anything was possible and if you had in inner change with the police if you spoke well people would speak to you well and you could have a a discussion about things and things could be sorted out by the time i left in two thousand three by the time i was thrown out two thousand three it had become a state where there were roadblocks i was standing by my car you know it 1130 at night with a ak forty seven wielding policeman and it was much more sinister andrew meldrum with the ap speaking with us from johannesburg south africa thanks very much andhra thanks marco we've been hearing for months know about the crackdown in me and more against the roma hegna people throw him yet or a muslim minority in this buddhist majority country and they've been the target of brutal attacks by me and mars security forces nearly a half million people fled across the border into neighboring bangladesh and telling stories of murder arson and mass rape mian leaders say their military campaign as a response to a row in your rebellion the un calls the myanmar security operation ethnic cleansing today we have a story of two roe hindu refugees who just arrived here in boston this week here's my wgbf colleague gabriella emmanuel less than twelve hours after landing at logan airport muhammad anwar and hussain muhammad are sitting on folding chairs and their dorchester apartment if undecorated and sparsely furnished across the wellworn table is their caseworker rahmatullah ikot he's just pulled out his cell phone bill.

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In it for many years so i'm sure he uses a cane as he said now then when he fox and unfamiliar territory but around the house he does not seen so the videos and sell your your friend to look at that video in that video joseph his wearing a pink colored shirt he highlyeducated persian was a principal uh also uh uh radio john uh and uh when i see him in the office a couple of months ago he went to shake my head with his right hand and i said i know what great equalled is rahmatullah him he's uh my hand so hard i thought it was as strong nails his grip so you could have your friend and you can certainly look at that videotape believable i have wondering how he combing john uh they're packing higher and they think that he may have the early signs of msn she's like about thirty years also uh boog powell let me also is is a thorough comment on ms 'cause i always have to comment on underlined i think under league causes of parkinson's ms alzheimer's of course stroke cancers and many degenaar disorders body nato's by heavy metal exposure and i could backup that by showing you two hundred and six articles on my website in the heavy metal article five of the case histories and that talks about how heavy metals damage all the tissues of all those diseases so i would certainly have her test for blood and urine for heavy metals and see what's going on because i didn't think um ms is something that's transmitted genetically you know of uh mother or not i think it's the disease as many diseases are of accumulation of damaging says light metals in your body and also as people get older and we all do we lose our new cell production so our tissues have far less repair themselves gene picture at look at vitamin d i mean look at research shows around the equator will people run around with reliever the such some exposure to their vitamin d levels through the roof and they don't get parkinson's and ms and all the diseases and cancers that we typically seen up your so very compelling research so look at the website you'll see a lot of good info and of course you certainly can give your physical the websites www dr d nagged and the offices five one six seven nine four zero four zero four thank you for your call for landroute behavior might call and do so now one eight hundred eight for.

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"So this is the guy he's a judge still can't pronounce certain next so there you go made me feel better because jesus christ man one thing to read all this stuff but when you're right in out sometimes you get these names like the one i just saw if you raised in india the fuck sure of course you look we are that just put a little further of course it's familiar to you if you're you're you're raised idaho and then you see a name with bucking 75 consonance you know you're just like i don't know okay i am not enough my rent so anyway very two very intelligible to very very intelligent genero scientists in this in the second guy this rahmatullah ramchandran car professor in the department psychology and the graduate program in neuroscientists at the university of california's san diego some he might even have him is professor you can is name actually is pronounced blah blah all right here's what they found rapid i movement rem sleep is referred to as paradoxical sleep our blood pressure our heart rate breathing become elevated and eg recording show peculiar lower voltage and mixed frequency pattern the firing pattern of most neurons during rem sleep resemble those wakefulness and in some cases neurons fire even in more intense burst than when we are awake why are are neurons firing because we have our most vivid and emotionally charged dreams during rem sleep offing and often involving the complex story plot.

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"rahmatullah" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"rahmatullah" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Just my opinion when when you'd right mornings kauppi he was it active i guess because the coach's decision not injury there were some debate i guess you know because i know he's been battling some different things but they said it was a coach's decision i just i just think he's i realize he's conditioning comes and goes maybe his focus comes and goes but man he looked good rushing the passer they have to find a way to put more heat on russell than they put on cam yeah and and i think they'll be able to do that yellow dog frontoflineout as an arrogant what what carolina goods and i think you gotta match the intensity of their deep aren't so i would expect and who knows what what good solid is going to do with more characters but i don't know what's going on with erin i i do think is i believe in as gallant um there's no question about that eu joan nani shown what he's capable of these two hundred seventy pounds um not exactly sure what their intention is but i think in the big picture it will pay off yeah of give you know maybe a couple of major give new card right maybe you're trying to light acquire under a i don't know what they're trying to do but when he gets on the field he's going to have an impact up rahmatullah yeah i always play this card but i think quarterback is the most important position in all of sports and yeah like i said i'm even tadamitsu self bringing up hoyer all the time guy listen you don't make the nfl unless you have talent but i'll go back to the well again when you've been on six teams in nine years i gotta ask you this again is this about what we should expect from from brian no no no i would expect more i expected mori expected more out of himself i'm sure you're you know bakken track if circumstances than why you've been like all these teams um you know two two to fifteen eu any craftsmen greece not going to be there you know not.

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