Time has come for heroes to rise from the ashes of a corrupt and dangerous world. I talk about character creation and call for and those of you brave enough to measure your steel against the harsh world where Mu and Atlantis sit, untouched by the waters that will destroy them. Also Calls from Joe, Jason and Rob Link to ASSH combat changes - the relevant posts are 77 and 88 - thanks Jason : https://hyperborea.boardhost.com/viewtopic_mobile.php?id=1439&p=4
Hope everyone had an excellent Thanksgiving! Scrambled Eggs is back from our turkey naps to talk about #mubb. We briefly touch on the only game this week against Northern Illinios (nothing remarkable happened) and then move on to the meat of the pod, so to speak: Badger Hate Week. We talk about the game, conflicting styles, and what MU needs to do to win the game at the Kohl Center. We spend a little time talking about the month of December and what expectations we can/should have for this team. We close out with a prediction on the game. As always, enjoy!
This is Coronavirus 411, the latest on Omicron and other COVID variants and new hotspots for November 29th, 2021. A lot of fear is being generated around the new coronavirus variant, now called Omicron. So first some good news or at the very least potential good news. The chair of the South African Medical Association, who was one of the first to notice the new variant, said symptoms appear to mild and treatable at home. Fatigue, body aches and headaches, not even a loss of smell or taste and oxygen levels remain normal. Almost half she treated were unvaccinated, hinting the current vaccines are somewhat effective against it. But even symptoms in the unvaccinated have been mild. And if you think she's alone or lying, Israel's chief of public health services says the potential for infection with omicron is “very high,” but vaccinated people become only slightly ill. Speaking of very fast spread and very high infections, Omicron is quickly making its way around the world, unhindered by travel bans and restrictions, a tactic that went into place and was generally unsuccessful in keeping out the original virus and its variants. Omicron has been spotted in South Africa, Australia, Canada, the Netherlands, Britain, Israel, Hong Kong, Germany, Austria, and Italy. As mentioned earlier, countries are imposing travel bans amidst the new variant in the hopes that maybe, somehow, this time they'll work. The United States has done it. Israel is banning the entry of all foreigners. Morocco is suspending all incoming air travel for two weeks. The World Health Organization is urging no, don't do that because it places a heavy burden on lives and livelihoods, it's not scientifically based, and it just doesn't work. Okay, time to answer the question “Why did the World Health Organization skip a couple of Greek letters when naming the new variant Omicron?” The variant prior to Omicron was Mu, which should be followed by Nu and Xi. Well they didn't like Nu because it sounds just like the word new. And Xi can't be used because it's a common last name in certain countries and the whole point was to not stigmatize any country so…that led to Omicron. If Omicron is your last name, please write your local congressperson. With reporting affected by the Thanksgiving holiday, in the United States cases were up 4%, deaths are down 10%, and hospitalizations are up 12% over 14 days. The 7-day average of new cases has been trending up since November 3. The five states that had the most daily deaths per 100,000 are Montana, West Virginia, Oregon, Michigan, and Kentucky. There are 9,420,095 active cases in the United States. The five states with the greatest increase in hospitalizations per capita: New Hampshire 51%, Indiana and Massachusetts 43%, Michigan 41%, and Illinois 32%. The top 10 counties with the highest number of recent cases per capita according to The New York Times: Scurry, TX. Mason, MI. Shiawassee, MI. Nodaway, MO. Houghton, MI. Sullivan, NH. Ionia, MI. Jackson, MI. DeKalb, IN. And Oceana, MI. There have been at least 776,639 deaths in the U.S. recorded as Covid-related. The top 3 vaccinating states by percentage of population that's been fully vaccinated: Vermont at 72.7%, Rhode Island at 72.2%, and Maine at 72.1%. The bottom 3 vaccinating states are West Virginia at 41.5%, Wyoming at 45.3%, and Alabama at 46%. The percentage of the U.S. that's been fully vaccinated is 59%. Globally, cases were up 12% and deaths were down 4% over 14 days, with the 7-day average trending up since October 15. There are once again over 20 million active cases around the world, at 20,159,495. The five countries with the most new cases: Germany 38,444. The U.K. 37,681. Russia 33,548. France 31,648. And the Netherlands 22,133. There have been at... See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Grab a beer and join us tonight as we discuss La Isla de las Muñecas, The Island of the Dolls! We will revisit the science behind why humans find dolls so creepy, and then get into the story of Don Julián Santana Barrera. Also the dark history of Mexico City regarding the Aztec human sacrifices. https://www.necronomipod.com https://www.patreon.com/necronomipod Https://www.betterhelp.com/necro Want to advertise/sponsor our show? We have partnered with AdvertiseCast to handle our advertising/sponsorship requests. They're great to work with and will help you advertise on our show. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or click the link below to get started. Necronomipod on AdvertiseCast Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thành công không hề dễ dàng, muốn trở thành người thành công thì bạn phải đối mặt với nhiều thách thức hơn, nhiều vấn đề hơn trong cuộc sống. Mỗi thử thách được vượt qua, bạn càng trở nên mạnh mẽ hơn, tự tin hơn trước mọi điều xảy đến trong cuộc sống. Hành trình sẽ có những người không tham ra, có những người bỏ cuộc sớm, những người hoàn thành và những người hoàn thành vượt mong đợi. Lựa chọn là của bạn! Muốn thành công bạn cần phải nắm rõ bí quyết, nguyên tắc và nghiêm túc tham gia cuộc chơi của người thành công.
K-State and Mizzou lose their regular season closers, as they await their bowl game matchups, it's time to ask the question as to what K-State's future looks like at QB in the post Skylar Thompson era. Also, MU has some key players returning next year, do they scare anyone in the SEC east? The Titans play at New England, The Chargers play at Denver, the Browns play at the Ravens, plus Indianapolis has their biggest test thus far as they host Brady and the Bucs, all while the Chiefs are on a bye week. Seems like this Sunday we may get some clarity on who the pretenders and contenders are in the AFC. Riley Gates of 24/7 Sports joins.
Dra. Greetchen Díaz Muñoz, playera ponceña y científica de Ciencia PR https://www.cienciapr.org/en/user/greetchen-if-then TRES CIENTÍFICAS PUERTORRIQUEÑAS SERÁN PARTE DE LA EXHIBICIÓN DE ESTATUAS DE MUJERES MÁS GRANDE EN LA HISTORIA https://www.cienciapr.org/es/blogs/cerebros-boricuas/tres-cientificas-puertorriquenas-seran-parte-de-la-exhibicion-de-estatuas-de Un poco de biografía profesional Oportunidades para estudios graduados en ciencias pagos por becas y la instituciones Oportunidades para las mujeres en la Ciencia, sobre todo cuando se habla de latinas y afroamericanas El hostigamiento y el discrimen todavía “La mujer como cuidadora” Parte de un reconocimiento a 125 mujeres en los EEUU Es parte de tres mujeres borícuas que fueron seleccionadas a ese selecto grupo Impacto de la presidencia de Trump en el desarrollo de la diversidad en la ciencias y en la presencia de las mujeres La realidad científica en Puerto Rico ¿Qué es Ciencia PR? A dónde vamos en la educación de ciencia en PR “PR copia un sistema deficiente, y lo copia mal” La importancia de la UPR para el posible desarrollo socio-económico del país La importancia de la educación gratuita para el futuro Programa Semillas de Triunfo para, no solo fomentar interés en las ciencias, sino en el desarrollo de liderazgo Desarrollar la identidad primero
We continue our series "Show(CASE)ing Success” as CASE marketing interns Janae Taylor and DuVonte' Beard speak with special guest, MU sophomore, Diversity Scholar and CASE marketing intern Braiden Wade. He tells us how being bullied, constantly changing schools and a very unique upbringing has shaped him and his perspective on life. What is your favorite Thanksgiving dish? Janae and DuVonte' discuss in our LowerCASE segment.