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

Hugh Hewitt

00:51 sec | Last week

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

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

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

BBC World Service

00:24 sec | Last week

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

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

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Texas Faces Water Shortage as Many Are Still Without Power

Seattle Now

01:32 min | 2 weeks ago

Texas Faces Water Shortage as Many Are Still Without Power

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

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Seattle settles homeless encampment sweep lawsuit

Seattle Now

00:26 sec | 2 weeks ago

Seattle settles homeless encampment sweep lawsuit

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

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"zaki" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

02:53 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

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"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:17 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"I mean this is the source of approximately five billion marital that. I think you can tell how i feel. And you can't and so. A lot of my work is around helping people empathize with each other. But we can also become easier to empathize with me are transparent if we're can't if we're vulnerable right if we're able to open up and tell people what we're going through that's often in fact the hardest thing to do and can open up other people to the ability to empathize and it's actually our vulnerability can be a gift to somebody else because it turns out as we've been talking about when we help others we tap into meaning we tap into a greater sense of purpose. We become happier so we give people a chance to help us. We're giving them a chance to do something that will help them to well. That's hard that is hard. Would you say you're good or bad at accepting. How good good. Okay all right. This just in monica's good reservation about immediately. If i don't know how to do something asking someone who does. I'd rather die right. I don't know how to do something or you. Even then how you learn. I'll do it wrong. Three thousand times figure out how to do it right. Favorite studies that came out in the past few years probably just because of the title with called the beautiful mess effect and the idea was that oftentimes we see our own vulnerability as a sign of weakness but we see other people's vulnerability as a sign that they like us right. I think well. Gosh if i asked monica for help with something. She's going to realize how inept. I am at everything but if she has to me for something i say oh. Wow she trusts me. Yeah and the same goes for being emotionally open right. I mean i might think gosh if i tell tax about this problem them going through..

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"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:25 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

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"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:25 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Don't do. We don't wanna do it. It's like the kindness equivalent of going running or something like i run a lot. Never fucking wanna go running. But i'm always glad when. I did brushing your teeth. No one's in the mood to brush their teeth. Yup and yet. I think that when people believe that oh being kind to someone else will drain me. They don't do it. And as a result they deprived themselves of one of the quickest routes to health and happiness. It's an unforced error in our mental. Lives again another way that we tripled our own feet because we have these stories that we tell ourselves which is that. The best thing for me to do is just hang out. Eat ice cream and think about my problems. I don't have the bandwidth to help somebody else. Especially cultures like the. Us really focuses on differentiating ourselves from everybody else right and what we pursue who we wanna be what we wanna do is all about just me and in fact bonus points if you are talking about as different than what anybody else cares about or once. I think it's really killing us. In a lot of ways. I mean in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s. There was this large survey where people were asked. How many folks could you talk about with respect things that really matter to you. The topics in your life that mean the most and the average response was like two and a half. And i think the most common responses to people that i can talk with and then they ask those questions again. Twenty years later in the early two thousands i think the average had fallen to one or something like they. Don't quote me on the numbers but the average had fallen a lot. But the scariest part was that the most common response about twenty five percent of people the answer with zero. I think there was not a person in their life who they could talk with. I hope they journal. Yeah yeah not. Nothing is like talking to somebody in certain ways. But i just feel as though we've talked ourselves as the culture into a place of increased loneliness increase stress and increased division and. It saddens me because of what. We've lost our losing. See the shrapnel of that all over us all the time but it's also sad because i really honestly believe. It doesn't have to be that way and a lot of my work is about why it doesn't have to be that way. Yes so if someone were to read the For kindness and they decided you know what this goal of being. Empathic is one. That i now agree should be pursued. How does someone put that into action. Like someone start making strides towards being apathetic. There's so many different steps that you can pursue and they're not mutually exclusive. The first i would say is to be compassionate to ourselves. It's incredibly difficult. Sometimes to make room for ourselves in a deep way. I mean as you said. We want to indulge ourselves. We want to eat ice cream and watch netflix. Self compassion is an acknowledgement of are suffering. A treatment of suffering with love. And that's not an easy thing to do. And i think oftentimes if we can't connect with ourselves very well it's going to be very difficult for us to expand that sense of connection to anybody else. So that's a starting point. How often have you had a friend who's come to you with a problem. Some failing in their life and you can so easily look at them. And just say yeah. Bud you're a human and we should the bed all the time and it's okay and you'll just march forward and while doing it being reminded of the time you did it and then your conclusion was y- you're the worst person that's ever lived your unforgivable. I constantly like one of my goals is to have even half the compassion for myself. That i have other people so hard..

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"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

04:25 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Storm hit and like fucked up their entire environment and you know just made everything really a lot more difficult and if you looked at the network afterwards it looked like a giant crystal like basically all these monkeys started grooming each other a lot more. They cooperated a lot more why because they had to because the environment had gotten really hard. Well i had that real life experience and it was the most surreal. I'll never forget. It was the evening after the morning of nine. Eleven and people had lit candles all around. La and i remember going to seven eleven now. The normal experience at seven eleven is like you elbow the person out of the way to get to the door and then you get your shit as quick as humanly possible to get in line before them and then you're very competitive and i just remember being in their incensing. Someone opened the door and everyone was kind of patient and everyone was allowing another person to go ahead and it was just it was a visceral shift and it was as if everyone reminded us like. Oh yeah you guys are all in this together. There's this threat of terrorism and now i'm reminded that we're on the same team exactly. Yeah i mean what am i. Favor of books to come back to this year has been a paradise built in hell by rebecca solnit. It's a book about basically the various disasters that people have lived through in the last century. So earthquakes here in san francisco in nineteen sixty one thousand nine hundred nine the bombing of london in world war two hurricane katrina and in all these cases. There's a myth about how people act when a disaster strikes which is that we panic elves. If you look at the historical record just to your point into your experience after those disasters people come together. They find ways to help and hold each other whether it's a stranger or a family member it's like when we're all under a common stress together. We realized that kind of veil of individualism that we have in self sufficiency is ripped away and we realize how desperately need each other and how much we want to be there for each other. Well that is what has been so disheartening. about cova. to be honest in what scares me about what potentially the long term effects of these polarizing internet rivers were all cascading now. Because this should have been that moment in fact when it was happening and they were initialising quarantine..

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"zaki" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

05:47 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Way to hire denuding. So i think i have a big barrier between myself and emotional empathy yet. I think i have a fast pass to cognitive empathy. Like i think. I'm good at understand that and then i'm very fearful of having to take on someone else's emotions which is natural. I mean i think that. That's probably the oldest part of empathy like it's the one that is exhibited by the most other animals for instance so like all sorts of animals from types of birds to wrote in too. I mean definitely monkeys and primates. Have this sort of resonance so like if you dislike a sad experiment but if you give one mouse. Electric shocks and then either have another mouse sitting at a different cage. Just hanging out or also receiving shocks will squeal more if they're also seeing another mouse received shots indicating that they're not just feeling their own pain. They're like resonating with the pain of another mess. It's really ancient form of empathy. But it's definitely a tough one to feel and when you graph that with social animals versus solitary animals juicy that increase social animals. I guess what i'm asking is. It's the circuitry to allow us to live in multi member groups. I think it's part of it. So there's evidence. For instance that the experience of residents animals tracks their willingness to help stranger animals right so for instance rats experienced emotional empathy. I call it resonance because it's a little bit hard to say that iraq experience empathy. Because you can't really ask it. But they show signs that they suffer when other rat suffer and that tracks their willingness to give up chocolate to help another rat get out of a cage and do you think when you look at different social animals. Like the work of robin dunbar. Thinking about this great anthropologist who studied how much of each species brain is taken up by the frontal lobe. Right which is sort of newest part of the brain responsible for complex cognitive function. The frontal lobe species has the greater group size. It lives in right..

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"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

02:43 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

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"zaki" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

05:17 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"That i know is immovable for me and sometimes i think you know. We think of empathy as threatening to un more us or make us lose the anchor that we have to reality. Can i just add really quick. I just think yeah. That's one way to interpret that but another way to interpret it would be no what you end up coming to a conclusion that none of these points of view are ninety percent. Correct that unfortunately. Everything's incredibly complicated. Everything's on a spectrum. Everything is sixty this and forty that. I don't think that's a bad place to come out in. I think that actually is the reality of life on this planet. Yeah i think that's right. And you know in psych one when i teach freshmen. I talk about that dress. You remember the dress that was blue and black with some some lunatic. Thought it was widened. Gold tab basically talk about how there are experiences that we have that just are concrete objective in our mind and simply are not objective if you look across people right and that includes the things that we see the things that we hear and also our opinions. If somebody did it like the queen's gambit you'd be like fuck off no opinion worth having but then of course it goes deeper as well right so after the election. I saw there was a tweet that this prison put up. There was sort of like if you voted for biden and i want you to reach out to a trump supporter because they are experiencing disappointment. Right now try to empathize with them and the response to that tweet was immediate forceful and totally negative. People said no way. I'm not going to empathize with someone. Who voted for somebody. Who i think is just awful in these particular ways are threatening my rights in these in these other ways and i'm sure people on both sides feel that way right. They believe that anyone who voted in directions opposite to them is a hateful person. In fact there's a bunch of research on this was called meta dehumanisation. So basically if i'm on one side of the political aisle and you ask me how do people on the other side feel about you. I say oh they hate me..

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"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:04 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"I just think yeah. That's one way to interpret that but another way to interpret it would be no what you end up coming to a conclusion that none of these points of view are ninety percent. Correct that unfortunately. Everything's incredibly complicated. Everything's on a spectrum. Everything is sixty this and forty that. I don't think that's a bad place to come out in. I think that actually is the reality of life on this planet. Yeah i think that's right. And you know in psych one when i teach freshmen. I talk about that dress. You remember the dress that was blue and black but some some lunatic thought it was white and gold tab basically talk about how their experiences that we have that just are concrete objective in our mind and simply are not objective if you look across people right and that includes the things that we see the things that we hear and also our opinions. If somebody did it like the queen's gambit you'd be like fuck off no opinion worth having but then of course it goes deeper as well right so after the election. I saw. There was a tweet that this prison put up. There was sort of like if you voted for biden and i want you to reach out to a trump supporter because they are experiencing disappointment. Right now try to empathize with them and the response to that tweet was immediate forceful and totally negative. People said no way. I'm not going to empathize with someone. Who voted for somebody. Who i think is just awful in these particular ways threatening my rights in these in these other ways and i'm sure people on both sides feel that way right. They believe that anyone who voted in directions opposite to them is a hateful person. In fact there's a bunch of research on this was called meta dehumanisation. So basically if i'm on one side of the political aisle and you ask me how do people on the other side feel about you. I say oh they hate me. They think i'm barely a person..

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"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

05:51 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Have you watched queen's gambit office love it good incredible so good not met one person who has not loved it. I've only heard of rave reviews across the board. But when you said of course i immediately thought and in fact inputting everything in life through the prism of that show now as i was watching this documentary about the eminent threat of the russian troll factory and their cyber espionage and statecraft and thinking well they historically are better chessplayers than us so maybe they have some advantage in this space. You know i started like running it through that lens as the game goes so goes life right. Yeah okay so this interesting childhood you have. Do you think that was the fertile ground by which you end up becoming interested in psychology. Do you think you were looking for some answers of this complex relationship. You're watching unfold. Oh yeah. I mean in psychology. We've got this saying that researches me search study the things that have meant a lot to us in our lives and that's immensely true for me. I mean my parents were so different from each other if they had different realities and as a kid a lot of my life especially as an only child was really navigating these two parallel universes and trying to make sense of them and then trying to connect them to each other trying to figure out how to relate to my mother who is so different from my father when the to only people in my life basically couldn't understand one another often say that my parents divorced was like an empathy. Jim for me right. It forced me to work out my ability to understand different perspectives. And even though it was a very difficult time. I'm so grateful for it. I mean the one thing that was obvious was that these were too good and caring people and so to understand that they could come from such different places but both be motivated by love and loss and the same core. Experiences was one of the deepest things i ever learned..

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"zaki" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

05:39 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Have you watched queen's gambit office love it good incredible so good not met one person who has not loved it. I've only heard of rave reviews across the board. But when you said of course i immediately thought and in fact inputting everything in life through the prism of that show now as i was watching this documentary about the eminent threat of the russian troll factory and their cyber espionage and statecraft and thinking. Well they historically are better chess-players than us so maybe they have some advantage in this space. You know i started like running it through that lens as the game goes so goes life right. Yeah okay so this interesting childhood you have. Do you think that was the fertile ground by which you end up becoming interested in psychology. Do you think you were looking for some answers of this complex relationship. You're watching unfold. Oh yeah in psychology. We've got this saying that researches me search study the things that have meant a lot to us in our lives and that's immensely true for me. I mean my parents were so different from each other if they had different realities and as a kid a lot of my life especially as an only child was really navigating these two parallel universes and trying to make sense of them and then trying to connect them to each other trying to figure out how to relate to my mother who is so different from my father when the to only people in my life basically couldn't understand one another often say that my parents divorced was like an empathy. Jim for me right. It forced me to work out my ability to understand different perspectives. And even though it was a very difficult time. I'm so grateful for it. I mean the one thing that was obvious was that these were too good and caring people and so to understand that they could come from such different places but both be motivated by love and loss and the same core. Experiences was one of the deepest things i ever learned..

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"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

01:45 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Oh yeah. I think so. Many parents have divorced can probably relate to this fitting you feel this kind of centrifugal force like you just being pulled in different directions and that for many of us comes in lots of different flavors and for me. It came in a very cultural flavor right so there was a battle between the different values and norms of peruvian culture and pakistani culture. And not for nothing. I ended up tilting pretty much over to the peruvian sites. I speak spanish. But i don't speak do. I would visit lima basically every year. I've been to pakistan only once. And so i ended up because i was living with. My mom ended up closer to that side of things. Is it too much for me to go out on a limb and say that maybe even compounded by the gender nature of those two countries. Your father being from pakistan is probably far more patriarchal if that's even possible than here and maybe some traditions. He would imagine you would take on us. His son was at a any source of turmoil. Oh yeah my dad was a computer engineer. Not because he was into computers strictly because his dad said have heard computers will be a big deal. So why don't you do that right. And yeah and i think that likewise as you say you know. My dad had some expectations from me round achievement and then around particular professions which is not to say that everyone from that culture would be that way but he certainly was and i have to say. I'm a lot because he did push me to explore my intellect for instance. We play chess all the time he'd knee loved doing math. Probably would like take me to a fast food restaurant. We'd like do algebra together. He would really make it fun. you know. So wasn't being a pushy. Kind of dad. He liked to just explore. Try to be smart together. But he definitely had a path for me that he envisioned and whenever there are deviations from that.

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"zaki" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

04:46 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Hey what's up. I'm gonna namedrop here to explain why we're lay unless robbery did. Hr see yeah. We were told we only have forty five minutes with her and we ended up having like an hour and ten minutes with her. So then we checking shit. Oh man you take every one of those minutes. That's non negotiable just f-. I got a sick kid at home. So i've moved into what we call a san francisco home office aka used to be a closet is minimal and then second being a closet. It's really hot in here so apologize. If i'm guessing let's start. Let's start with the headline. Your closet is gorgeous. Cq's who different paint schemes. You have artwork hong. Wow wow wow. What a great closet. Thank you not going to lie. We put some thought into it. We went from one kid to to. We kind of said well. We need space around here. Now that we've been stuck at home for a year. We're obviously glad to have made this decision. So we redesigned the whole thing. How old are your children. Five and three and a half okay. We've got the same gap we've got five and seven but they're under two years. I don't know where you're at in the process. But i will say it starts bearing fruit when they're about my kids ages where they're actually good friends and they party all day long together. Which was the main goals. Oh yeah. I love my kids the entire time they've existed but you know the baby guy. I'll share that you know. Maybe he's so cute. But not great conversationalist. They do the same things. Get the chance to come on terrible roommates. but i i've been really blessed. I've always loved by like them more every year. I don't know when that plateau is. I think sometimes before thirteen really starts to drop off. I've been warned that takes a nosedive in the teen years. But i'm optimistic now..

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"zaki" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

01:40 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

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Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

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"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

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Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

01:32 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Experts on Expert with Dax Shepard

"Well welcome to armchair expert. I'm dan rathers. I'm joined by monster mouse. Dan rathers plural. Today i'm dan rather there's two experts on expert so old. You should be monstrous mice. Well today we have meals zaki on. And he is a professor of psychology at stanford university and the director of the stamford social neuroscience lab now using tools from psychology and science. He and his colleagues examined how empathy works. And how people can learn to empathize more effectively. Now we talked about empathy all the time on here and we were. I advocate and speak for you. A kind of paul bloom approached empathy or understanding in this one delightfully so stands in opposition to that. Yeah we get into it. We're challenging ourselves. Myself is writing on. These topics has appeared in the new york. Times the washington post the new yorker and the atlantic and he has a new book called the war for kindness. So please enjoy jameel. Zaki are supported by neum. You know how to chew how to use chopsticks kinda and how to fold a slice of pizza so the cheese doesn't slide off in you get that perfect first bite but do you really know how to eat. Neum says if you wanna lose weight. It's not about one thing eight today but how you eat in general numerous based in psychology and teaches.

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"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

01:32 min | Last month

"zaki" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"Well welcome to armchair expert. I'm dan rathers joined by monster mouse. Her dan rathers plural today. I'm dan rather. There's two experts on expert so old. You should be monstrous mice. Well today we have meals zaki. On and he is a professor of psychology at stanford university and the director of the stamford social neuroscience lab now using tools from psychology and neuroscience. He leads examined how empathy works. And how people can learn to empathize more effectively. Now we talked about empathy all the time on here and we were. I advocate and speak for you. A kind of paul bloom approached empathy or understanding in this one delightfully so stands in opposition to that. Yeah we get into it. We're challenging ourselves. Myself is writing on. These topics has appeared in the new york. Times the washington post the new yorker and the atlantic and he has a new book called the war for kindness. So please enjoy jameel. Zaki are supported by neum. You know how to chew how to use chopsticks kinda and how to fold a slice of pizza so the cheese doesn't slide off in you. Get that perfect. I might but do you really know how to eat. Neum says if you wanna lose weight it's not about one thing eight today but how you eat in general numerous based in psychology and teaches.

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New White House press secretary holds first briefing of Biden presidency

Radio Specials

00:53 sec | Last month

New White House press secretary holds first briefing of Biden presidency

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

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Trick or Street Blocks in Seattle allow for socially distant Halloween

Seattle Now

00:22 sec | 4 months ago

Trick or Street Blocks in Seattle allow for socially distant Halloween

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

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Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Conversation

Diffused Congruence: The American Muslim Experience

07:30 min | 1 year ago

Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker Conversation

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

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Exploring the origin of mass

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:34 min | 2 years ago

Exploring the origin of mass

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

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

A Public Affair

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

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

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

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How the Supreme Court may have made Web shopping pricier for just about everyone but Amazon

Rush Limbaugh

01:27 min | 2 years ago

How the Supreme Court may have made Web shopping pricier for just about everyone but Amazon

"It's eighty five degrees reading for a high of ninety at twelve oh three i'm peter feelers newsradio one or two point nine a r n deadly accident little rock yesterday lobbing a semi and a train the train was headed backwards the two spotters jumped when they realize eighteen wheeler wasn't stopping the collision caused the train to jump the track falling on top of one of the spotters and killing him online shopping is just about to get a little bit more expensive the us supreme court determined that states do have the right to collect sales tax for online purchases fox sixteen correspondent alex alexandra lohmann reports on the case between where wayfair and the sea of south dakota court justices sided with south dakota saying the state should be able to require online retailers to collect state sales taxes even if those businesses don't have a physical presence in that state that decisions says previous roles are outdated in an e commerce era if you travel with a service dog an emotional support dogs take note delta airlines has banned support pit bulls and pit bull like dogs over safety concerns arkansas travelers defeated springdale cardinals last night final scores seven to three teams pitch it off tonight at seven ten i'm peter theo year zaki weather forecast.

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Delta plane from Detroit evacuated at Denver after smoke fills cabin

Frank Beckmann

01:55 min | 3 years ago

Delta plane from Detroit evacuated at Denver after smoke fills cabin

"Committee chairman of north carolina alana republican senator richard burr addresses critics who point to hassles role in enhanced interrogation after nine eleven those who have issues with programs or operations conducted years ago should address those concerns in their questions to former presidents former directors and former attorney general's this hearing is about how you'll league the central intelligence agency into the future not how you faithfully execute admissions in the past delta flight eighteen fifty four from detroit to denver filled up with smoke the plane was coming in for landing everyone kind of looked around the flight attendants said there smoke the cabin filled with smoke and had a really talks a chemical smell all the passengers got off the plane on the exit slides before the plane got to the gate delta says some of them may have suffered smoke inhalation one person was hospitalized according to the denver post the search resumes for the remains of several missing detroit area girls one of those girls kimberly king missing from warren in nineteen seventy nine she was at a sleepover with her friend left the house and never returned police think kimberly and other girls were killed by arthur ream a convicted rapist and murderer reim killed cindy's zaki of east point in nineteen eightysix reimb led police to the location of a remains ten years later here's a clip of rim telling police where they could find the body during his confession to police actually like hopped the back fence and didn't go home and then i just went in my house so the next morning i was expecting her to be back at my house that's the best friend of kimberly king the admission from rim said go up north avenue and it's right there and he pointed to a map and that's worth authorities are searching now in mccomb tom gibb searchers have set up a grid on part of the wooded property wjr news time ten oh three here's steve courtney sports good morning once again my friends tigers beat.

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