A energy policy expert explains why are natural gas prices so high this winter, what can be done to reduce the prices, and what consumers should know. The growing importance and acceptance of mindfulness meditation and its potential healing power. A Veterans Job Fair in Sacramento County. Spiking natural gas prices
Our guest in this episode is Rodolphe Sepulchre, Professor of Engineering at KU Leuven in the Deparment of Electrical Engineering (STADIUS) and at the University of Cambridge in the Deparment of Engineering (Control Group). We dive into Rodophe's scientific journey across nonlinear control, neuroscience and optimization on manifolds through the unifying lens of control theory.Outline- 00:00 - Intro - 03:54 - Why control? - 11:08 - Spiking control systems - 20:47 - The mixed feedback principle - 23:52 - On thermodynamics - 25:17 - Event-based systems - 29:33 - On dissipativity theory - 48:00 - Stability, positivity and monotonicity - 55:00 - Control, cybernetics and neuroscience - 59:10 - Neuromorphic control principles - 01:00:01 - Optimization on manifolds - 01:05:01 - Influential figures - 01:08:52 - On the future of control - 01:12:35 - Advice to future students - 01:15:01 - About creativity - 01:20:35 - OutroEpisode links- Rodolphe's lab: https://tinyurl.com/yc4bubyy - IEEE CSM editorials: https://tinyurl.com/2bhch6w3 - Spiking control systems: https://tinyurl.com/3x6pwm9m- O. Pamuk: https://tinyurl.com/4akzyk37 - Event based control: https://tinyurl.com/5apuh5kw - A simple neuron servo: https://tinyurl.com/4pjnkx5u - C. Mead: https://tinyurl.com/mr29xta9 - L. Chua: https://tinyurl.com/5n935ssp - Inventing the negative feedback amplifier: https://tinyurl.com/4573rv2d - Hodgkin-Huxley model: https://tinyurl.com/mr46cv79 - R. Ashby: https://tinyurl.com/45jrp6hw - G. J. Minty: https://tinyurl.com/4u4v22ue - J. C. Willems: https://tinyurl.com/3zthcxc2 - P. Kokotovic: https://tinyurl.com/mrymffch - Wholeness and the Implicate Order: https://tinyurl.com/yckpnybp Podcast infoPodcast website: https://www.incontrolpodcast.com/Apple Podcasts: https://tinyurl.com/5n84j85jSpotify: https://tinyurl.com/4rwztj3cRSS: https://tinyurl.com/yc2fcv4yYoutube: https://tinyurl.com/bdbvhsj6Facebook: https://tinyurl.com/3z24yr43Twitter: https://twitter.com/IncontrolPInstagram: https://tinyurl.com/35cu4kr4Acknowledgments and sponsorsThis episode was supported by the National Centre of Competence in Research on «Dependable, ubiquitous automation» and the IFAC Activity fund. The podcast benefits from the help of an incredibly talented and passionate team. Special thanks to B. Seward, E. Cahard, F. Banis, F. Dörfler, J. Lygeros, as well as the ETH and mirrorlake studios. Music was composed by A New Element. Support the show
I open today's show with an item that broke just as yesterday's show went live. An FBI official was was part of the Russian Collusion investigation into Donald Trump has been arrested for – colluding with Russia. This is not a parody headline or something from the Babylon Bee. And what's amazing is to see Leftists trying desperately to gaslight the history of the Russian collusion hoax. While we know about all of the wrongdoing done by those agents, folks are now trying to convince their social media followers that now we know how Donald Trump isn't behind bars. We are being told it's because the FBI has been helping him all along. Yes, the same FBI that lied, cheated and hid evidence to hurt Donald Trump was helping him all along. The same agents written up by IG Horowitz were only pretending to be going after Trump. You have to forget everything you have learned about the weaponized FBI to believe they were secretly out to aid the former president. I briefly covered six specific red-flags in proposed AP African American History course recently rejected by the state of Florida. It's obvious the course is not teaching black history. It was intended to be an indoctrination course, built on propaganda and hate-filled rhetoric. So, I decided to spend a little more time today on it, by including a NY Post piece by Rich Lowry. While the media will do all it can to tell you one thing, the truth is very often the exact opposite. This leads to a report from Australia about a 17% increase in heart attack deaths since 2022. Listening to their media, they try to blame it on anything else by the vaccine. It's not even brought up as a possibility. It's absurd to leave that item out of the story. Which brings me to a sound bite from Robert Kennedy, Jr. While I do not share many of the same political leanings with him, his commentary on the pandemic and government censorship is dead on the money. We have to stop allowing these public entities to use private companies to do their bidding as a means of circumventing the Constitution. Take a moment to rate and review the show and then share the episode on social media. You can find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, GETTR and TRUTH Social by searching for The Alan Sanders Show. You can also support the show by visiting my Patreon page!
Today we open with Kevin McCarthy having finally been elected to Speaker of the House after a 15th vote. The 20 members of the House who stuck to their guns won a huge battle toward making the Legislative Branch more functional and fair for the American people. Dan Crenshaw (R-TX), who made a total fool of himself by mocking and deriding his fellow Republicans, made a half-hearted apology on CNN while trying to gaslight us into thinking he was just using a "turn of phrase." I'm sorry, but calling those 20 people, terrorists, isn't some throw-away phrase people use in daily vernacular. Plus, you also called them enemies and narcissists. Rather than own it and admit he let his emotions get the better of him, he had to try to make it look like everyone else misunderstood him. MSNBC host Jonathan Capehart was worse about it, describing the actions of the 20 as being nothing more than an ongoing extension of the insurrection from two years ago. And, even worse than that, his guest, Representative Madeleine Dean (D-PA) agreed! Fox News's Jimmy Failla tweeted something only two days into the hold-out and it bears repeating. "Failing to pick a leader in 2 days is not embarrassing. Spiking inflation to a 40 year high is embarrassing. Opening the border is embarrassing. Fleeing Afghanistan is embarrassing. Forcing (non-working) vaccines on people is embarrassing. Take your time, GOP. Take your time." Next I share a very short video Lauren Boebert (R-CO) made, addressing the wins they gained before voting for McCarthy. It's amazing to go through them and think, this is what Dan Crenshaw believes to be the demands of our enemies? Of Terrorists? These are the things that lend themselves toward discussion of insurrection? To make sure I provide an accurate list of concessions McCarthy made, I use both and Axios story and one from ZeroHedge. Between the two, I think it is fair to say we owe those 20 Republicans a lot for sticking to their Constitutional principles and moving the Legislative Branch of government back where our Founding Fathers intended. One of those concessions deserves a little discussion. The Post Millennial today reveals Jim Jordan (R-OH) has been named Chair of a new "Church" committee, tasked with looking into various subjects where the Government has been weaponized to go after American and their rights. This includes the Hunter Biden laptop censorship story, FBI's Russian collusion hoax narrative, lying to FISA courts and, of course, the governments response to and handling of COVID-19. The coronavirus story is so important because of all the work finally being made public about the mRNA vaccine. Dr. Richard Fleming takes a minute to summarize what we have learned about the vaxx. He calls out three elements and when he concludes are are all left to wonder why those involved are not already in prison? As a tie-in to this "Church" committee, Attorney General Andrew Bailey just released a host of documents about the government going after Americans and censoring them. One of those documents relates to a White House employee sending a letter, asking Twitter to silence Robert Kennedy, Jr. for being a known critic of the regime's COVID-19 narrative. For too long this government has been flouting the Constitution and because of those hold-outs, we are hopefully going to put a stop to it moving forward. Take a moment to rate and review the show and then share the episode on social media. You can find me on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, GETTR and TRUTH Social by searching for The Alan Sanders Show. You can also support the show by visiting my Patreon page!
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Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2023.01.06.523018v1?rss=1 Authors: Bartram, J., Franke, F., Kumar, S. S., Buccino, A. P., Xue, X., Ganswein, T., Schroter, M., Kim, T., Kasuba, K. C., Hierlemann, A. Abstract: Self-sustained recurrent activity in cortical networks is thought to be important for multiple crucial processes, including circuit development and homeostasis. However, the precise relationship between synaptic input patterns and spiking output of individual neurons remains unresolved during spontaneous network activity. Here, using whole-network high-density microelectrode array (HD-MEA) recordings and patch clamping, we developed a novel experimental approach and analytical tools that provide a comprehensive long-term input-output characterization of individual neurons in cortical cell cultures. We found that, during in vivo-like network activity with excitation(E)-inhibition(I) balance, postsynaptic spiking coincided with the maxima of rapid, network state-dependent fluctuations in the input E/I ratio. Our approach also uncovered the underlying circuit architecture and we identified a few key inhibitory inputs -- often from special hub neurons -- that were instrumental in mediating these E/I ratio changes. Balanced network theory predicts dynamical regimes governed by input fluctuation and featuring a fast neuronal responsiveness. Our findings -- obtained in self-organized neuronal cultures -- suggest that the emergence of these favorable regimes and associated network architectures is an inherent property of all cortical networks. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC
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Link to bioRxiv paper: http://biorxiv.org/cgi/content/short/2023.01.03.521866v1?rss=1 Authors: Akhshi, A., Haggard, M., Marquez Machorro, M., Farjami, S., Chacron, M. J., Khadra, A. Abstract: Neurons ubiquitously display heterogeneities in spiking activity even within a given cell type. To date, the relative contributions of extrinsic mechanisms (e.g., synaptic bombardment) and intrinsic mechanisms (e.g., conductances, cell morphology) towards determining spiking activity remain poorly understood. Here we address this important question using a novel approach that combines biophysical techniques, in which extracellular in vivo recordings of electrosensory pyramidal cells within weakly electric fish, are combined with computational modeling. Specifically, by varying parameters, a conductance-based computational model successfully reproduced the highly heterogeneous spiking activities seen experimentally. Model parameters that varied the most were then used to gauge the relative contributions of extrinsic vs. intrinsic mechanisms. Overall, extrinsic synaptic input was predicted to be the main factor accounting for spiking heterogeneities. We tested this prediction experimentally by performing two different manipulations: i) pharmacologically inactivating feedback; ii) applying the neuromodulator serotonin. Our model predicted that feedback inactivation should reduce while serotonin application should increase spiking heterogeneities. Experiments corroborated these predictions. Importantly, for serotonin application, increased heterogeneity occurred despite a strong reduction in intrinsic membrane conductance, further demonstrating that extrinsic synaptic input is the primary determinant of spiking heterogeneities in vivo. Taken together, our results demonstrate that devising a computational model to capture spiking heterogeneities in vivo and assessing which parameters are responsible can successfully determine the relative contributions of extrinsic vs. intrinsic inputs. We expect this approach to be generalizable to other systems and species. Copy rights belong to original authors. Visit the link for more info Podcast created by Paper Player, LLC
Deputy Chief Constable Maggie Blyth joins Krupa Padhy to talk about the new figures released by the National Police Chiefs Council which say there were nearly five thousand cases of needle and drink spiking recorded by forces across England and Wales between September last year and August this year. Do you remember the first time you really felt ‘seen'? For a special bank holiday programme, all about representation, hear a conversation between Bridgerton actress Charithra Chandran and her hero Gurinder Chadha, who directed the iconic film Bend It Like Beckham. As part of a new series called Finding My Voice, Jessica Creighton speaks to the author Milly Johnson about the moment she realised her success lay in embracing and enhancing her Yorkshire voice, instead of trying to supress it. The scientist Dr Jess Wade joins Jessica Creighton to talk about the representation of women in science, and how she's trying to improve that by joining the Wikipedia community of volunteers and creating pages for women in science and all their achievements. The writer and director Sally Wainwright joins Krupa Padhy ahead of the final series of Happy Valley to discuss how she created the iconic character of Catherine Cawood, and why Sarah Lancashire was perfect for the part – and her mum was her best script editor. What's the best way for you to feel rested? Does music come into it? Jessica Creighton speaks to the award-winning composer and conductor Debbie Wiseman OBE about the relaxing and restful impact the right music can have, not just on our mind, but on our body and our heartbeat too. Presenter: Krupa Padhy Producer: Lottie Garton
There is a golden rule amongst the cannabis community: Never spike your cannabis with opium or any other opioid medicine. We will discuss the reasons why. Let me first start off with buddha cannabis and then get on to an explanation about opium and then how the two work together and the dangerous side effects. Budda is a form of marijuana that contains analgesic opium. This substance is highly addictive and when mixed with regular cannabis, creates a more intense and longer-lasting high. Using Budda can lead to several negative health effects, especially if taken for long periods of time. Named for the “enlightened one,” Buddha or Budda is marijuana that contains the powerful and highly addictive analgesic opium. Buddha is also the name given to a specific strain of cannabis sativa, the buds, flowers, stems, and leaves of which are dried and smoked, made into concentrated hashish, a tea, ingested in capsule form, or used in tinctures among other altered forms. The use of cannabis is deeply rooted in some tantras relating to Buddhism, in which it was ingested to elevate the effect and visualization achieved during meditation and is the origin of the name. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bronwyn59/message
If 2022 was the year of talking about menopause could 2023 be the year of looking at life beyond it? Joining Krupa to discuss the positive side of life after menopause is Caryn Franklin, fashion and identity commentator. Her latest audio book is SKEWED: Decoding Media Bias, which explores why women and girls are educated to fear ageing. And Supriya Nagarajan who made a life-changing decision during the menopause to focus on her first love - performing the traditional music of her south Asian roots. According to the National Police Chiefs Council, nearly 5,000 cases of needle and drink spiking were recorded by forces across England and Wales between September 2021 and August 2022. There were more than 2500 cases of spiking by needle, with women accounting for three quarters of the victims. However, only three per cent of blood samples sent for analysis were found to “contain a controlled drug that supports a spiking incident”, so potential victims of spiking are being urged to report to the police and get tested quickly - as some substances can leave the body within 12 hours. Krupa is joined by Deputy Chief Constable Maggie Blyth, the National Police Chiefs Council lead on violence against women and girls. A new film and exhibition called Turning the Tide looks at the role of women in the renewable energy sector through movement and dance. The short film features women in graceful action at landmarks such as the Humber Bridge, and at an offshore wind turbine blade factory in Hull. Created in partnership with the Women's Movement 100 project which is celebrating the 100 years of female suffrage, it's the brainchild of choreographer Freddie Garland, who has done similar projects recognising women in industry in Sheffield and Newcastle. She speaks to Krupa along with Louise Smith, one of the dancers in the film and director of the University of Hull's Aura Innovation Centre. A new historical drama begins this evening on BBC Two, about the ill-fated French queen Marie Antoinette. The award-winning French costume designer Madeline Fontaine is the woman who was tasked with recreating the sumptuous and extravagant outfits that are paraded around Versailles on the show. She joins Krupa. Is it OK to be jealous of your friends? With the festive period in full swing, it can be a time of feeling envious of people gathering and having a good time on social media – but how do we tame the green-eyed monster that can surface when we see that our friends are happy and doing well? Krupa is joined by female friendship coach Danielle Bayard Jackson and journalist and author Claire Cohen to discuss.
Ransquawk Rundown, Daily Podcast
APAC stocks traded lower across the board with the broader risk profile hit by the BoJ's unexpected tweak to its Yield Curve ControlBoJ tweaked YCC in which it widened the 10yr yield band to +/- 0.5% (prev. +/-0.25%) and unexpectedly announced it is to increase bond purchases to JPY 9tln/m (prev. JPY 7.3tln/m) in Q1; Kuroda presser due at 06:30GMT/01:30ESTJPY soared on the BoJ decision to tweak its YCC, with USD/JPY slumping from levels around 137.00 to lows below 133.00, Nikkei 225 closed lower by 2.5%, and JGB yields spiked higherUS and European equity futures were hit by the BoJ's unexpected move; ES Mar'23 -0.9% and Euro Stoxx 50 Mar'23 -1.4%Looking ahead, highlights include Canadian Retail Sales, US Building Permits, EZ Consumer Confidence, speech from ECB's Kazimir, supply from the UKRead the full report covering Equities, Forex, Fixed Income, Commodites and more on Newsquawk
Only in Seattle - Real Estate Unplugged
Death to “Killadelphia.”A Philadelphia gas station owner has taken drastic measures against soaring crime — hiring heavily armed security with AR-15s to patrol outside.Fox 29guarding a Karco gas station while wearing military-style clothing — including Kevlar bulletproof vests — while toting shotguns and even assault rifles.The security firm's ex-cop leader that the terrifying arsenal was needed because the City of Brotherly Love is fast earning an ominous new nickname — becoming the new “wild wild West” of “Killadelphia.”Gas station owner Neil Patel told Fox 29 that he turned to the armed agents from the agency S.I.T.E. amid the worst spate of crime in his 20 years there — including a gang ripping out and carting away his ATM.“We are tired of this nonsense — robbery, drug trafficking” and gangs “hanging around,” he told the local outlet.Support the showSign Up For Exclusive Episodes At: https://reasonabletv.com/LIKE & SUBSCRIBE for new videos every day. https://www.youtube.com/c/NewsForReasonablePeople
All we want for Christmas is a chance to chat about the world, corporate gigs, holiday traditions, and enjoy a warm beverage. Check, check, and check.
Are you ready to get naked with trading? Today, David welcomes Founder & CEO of Spiking, author, serial entrepreneur & friend, Dr. Clemen Chiang. Dr. Chiang is one of the top 3 world-renowned experts on cryptocurrency. Dr. Chiang goes into detail about how mistakes he made in 2008 made him kick things into full gear for him. Chiang shares his opinion as to where you should be investing your money for both long term & short term gain. Make sure to stay tuned until the end to hear how the 3 wars we're facing will affect our financial destiny!IN THIS EPISODE, YOU WILL LEARN: [00:01:15] Mistakes Made in 2008 Created Change[00:10:17] What Dr. Chiang Developed & Why[00:26:11] Why is Dr. Chiang Writing Another Book?[00:35:49] The 3 Wars That Are Happening Right Now[00:40:20] Dr. Chiang's Final ThoughtsConnect with Guest Name:1. Follow Dr. Chiang on Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram & Twitter2. Find Dr. Chiang on his website3. Join Dr. Chiang's Facebook Group, “Spiking Stocks + Options +Cryptos”Connect with David AsarnowFind David on his websiteFind David on his Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn & Facebook
Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show
Failte Ireland is warning hotels against price spiking. We get a reaction from Lorraine Sweeney Businesswoman and owner of 3 hotels in North Wicklow.
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Alabama's Morning News with JT
Tonya J. Powers joins JT with the latest on the CDC map showing parts of the country spiking with cases of Flu and RSV effecting both children and seniors.
Tweet by Tom McClellan -https://twitter.com/McClellanOsc/status/1588937209297928192Article from the WSJ -https://www.wsj.com/articles/government-officials-invest-in-companies-their-agencies-oversee-11665489653Social Media:Facebook/LinkedIn: @JessupwealthmanagementInstagram/Twitter: @Jessupwealth
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Goblet Of Wine: A Drunken Harry Potter Podcast
Üdvözöljük! Today's episode is dedicated to the lovely Dorka (and the country of Hungary) who provided us with one of this episodes alcohols, and also very kindly voice noted in for us. In today's episode, as well as offending the entire country of Hungary, we discuss chapter 15 of the half blood prince. We chat about Christmas, Danielle Radcliffe having a second puberty, Harry's sex dreams, Ron being the worst, and Taylor Swift (obviously). Content warnings: Spiking - 3 minutes Drugging: 33 minutes Victim blaming: 1 hour Here's the translation we were reading: CHARLIE Én pedig charlie vagyok, és két húszévesen újraolvassuk kedvenc gyerekkori könyvünket alkohollal és cinizmussal HANNAH Üdvözöljük a borospohárban, egy részeg Harry Potter podcastban Hannah vagyok HANNAH A mai epizódban a Harry Potter és a félvér herceg 15. fejezetét olvassuk CHARLIE szóval vegyél egy pohár kedvenc alkoholos italodból, és csatlakozz hozzánk ezen a részeg visszaemlékező utazáson Enjoy Harry Potter Without Funding JK Masterlist - https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/19H9-NRMfaISLNMAaLSssQFrNy8dUTR3Jeq6oioK4OwQ/edit?usp=sharing Merch - https://www.redbubble.com/people/gobletofwine/shop?asc=u www.gobletofwine.co.uk patreon.com/gobletofwine Twitter.com/gobletofwinepod Instagram.com/gobletofwinepodcast www.facebook.com/gobletofwinepodcast https://www.tiktok.com/@gobletofwinepod?lang=en
WWL First News with Tommy Tucker
Dr Fred Lopez joins Tommy to talk about the flu season in Louisiana.
Spiking cases of RSV in children is causing Banner Health hospitals to put restrictions on visitors, for the first time since the pandemic. Jim Sharpe shares a recent experience in the hospital. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Breakfast with Martin Bester spoke to crime prevention expert, Richard Brussow about the current crime trends ahead of the upcoming holidays. Brussow shared his expertise as well as the best practices to avoid falling victim to these trends.
Highlights from Newstalk Breakfast
Labour justice spokesperson Aodhan Ó Ríordáin has called on the Minister for Justice to make spiking a specific criminal offence under the Criminal Justice (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2022. Aodhan explained to Shane why he is calling for this.
WHRO spoke with pediatrician Dr. Douglas Mitchell of CHKD Medical Group about what parents should know.
Going solo to have my baby - Tracie will know in December whether its working out for her...Spiking is on the up - but its a hard thing to report says Mary who's son was spiked at the Jazz...Students are upset about the merger of two Northside schools next year & lots home Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Drink spiking reports have doubled. Noeline Blackwell, CEO of The Rape Crisis Centre, talks to PJ about what we can do to make sure this is not tolerated. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
The Rabbit Hole: The Definitive Developer's Podcast
Often, developers will be asked to work on a story, but nobody knows quite how to deal with it. That why, today, we are discussing spiking feature work. We are joined by Rob O'Brien, one of the partners here at Stride, and a self-confessed “strongly opinionated product manager.” Rob was formerly one of the principal product managers involved in building out our product practice, and while he has transitioned into a partner role, he continues to do product management work.
(Oct 25, 2022) Heating costs are forecast to rise sharply this winter. Thousands in the North Country rely on federal help to get fuel, but a lot of people who are eligible for heating benefits don't even realize it. Also: Elise Stefanik and Matt Castelli both stumped in Saranac Lake recently with the election for Congress two weeks away.
Highlights from The Hard Shoulder
Figures released to Newstalk have shown The number of drink-spiking incidents reported to Gardaí has nearly doubled this year. 40 people have reported being spiked so far this year – up from the 22 reports made in all of 2021. Kieran was joined by SETU Student Union President, Mark Dunne, Dola Twomey from the Sexual Violence Center in Cork and Fine Gael Senator Micheál Carrigy to discuss...
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Episode 58: Last month, a task force recommended anxiety screenings for all adults, even those without symptoms. The hosts look at what's behind the spike in cases and why it seems to be affecting young adults most of all. Links to stories discussed during the podcast: With anxiety levels spiking, it's time to look at the cause, by Richard Kyte Historical language records reveal a surge of cognitive distortions in recent decades, by Johan Bollen About the hosts: Scott Rada is social media manager with Lee Enterprises, and Richard Kyte is the director of the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership at Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wis.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Andrew and Jerry Save The World!
Spiking and slow-walking aren't sports violations... they're how the media manipulates narratives, and Andrew and Jerry "throw the flag" on them. They're joined by Tim Graham, Executive Editor of NewsBusters, a project of the Media Research Center. They talk about the media's coverage of President Biden looking for a dead congresswoman in a White House crowd, how Karine Jean-Pierre is doing at her job (especially as compared to Jen Psaki), but also specifically how media narratives get molded. They talk about the media's disparate treatment of republicans versus democrats, liberals versus conservatives, and how different presidents got portrayed in the Press. How have things gotten worse? Are reporters biased? Lazy? Both?And what kinds of biases are there? How are the many ways that narratives can get molded?Oh, and after Tim leaves, Andrew and Jerry talk TV... Andrew has new show recommendations, Jerry thinks the Star Wars universe has jumped the Shark, and Andrew has decided he hates HBO's House of the Dragon.
After Sir Ryans wedding Barfy and the Bald B talk about Marriage and some of the strange things, and Spiking a baby like a football.... --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/batbb/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/batbb/support
Young people around the world are dying in unexpected numbers. It is most evident on the sports field. In the last two years, seemingly healthy athletes have collapsed during football, hockey, and soccer. They were bikers, bodybuilders, and runners. And they didn't die from COVID-19. They died from heart attacks, strokes, and cardiac arrests. Of course, sudden cardiac deaths do happen to young athletes. Sports are intense and they put the body through rigorous training. Sometimes the heart gives out. A 2018 study in the New England Journal of Medicine estimates that about 6.8 young athletes per 100,000 people die a year due to cardiovascular causes. They are mostly males with an average age of 16 years, with some kind of undetected heart disease. These are extremely rare events. But that is not what's happening in 2022. Today, doctors are uncovering an extremely disturbing trend of excess death. And it's happening to people with no history or any symptoms of heart disease. In this episode of Frontline Health, we look at the latest medical analysis of Dr. John Campbell, a nurse educator who rose to fame on YouTube for his level-headed pandemic breakdowns. ⭕️Watch in-depth videos based on Truth & Tradition at Epoch TV
The political battle over the border escalates, mortgage rates reach highest levels since the 2008 Recession, and key races tighten in the usually reliably blue state of New York. Get the facts first on Morning Wire.
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Array Cast - August 19, 2022 Show NotesMany thanks to Marshall Lochbaum, Rodrigo Girão Serrão, Bob Therriault, Conor Hoekstra, Adám Brudzewsky and Romilly Cocking for gathering these links: 00:00:03 BYTE magazine https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Byte_(magazine) 00:01:02 Org Mode https://orgmode.org/ 00:02:58 Toronto Meet-up https://www.meetup.com/en-AU/programming-languages-toronto-meetup/events/287695788/ New York Meet-up https://www.meetup.com/programming-languages-toronto-meetup/events/287729348/ 00:04:19 Morten Kromberg episode https://www.arraycast.com/episodes/episode21-morten-kromberg 00:05:01 Romilly's video 'An Excellent Return' https://dyalog.tv/Dyalog08/?v=thr-7QfQWJw 00:06:12 Ferranti Pegasus computer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ferranti_Pegasus 00:09:09 System 360 in APL http://keiapl.org/archive/APL360_UsersMan_Aug1968.pdf 00:16:50 Mind Map https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mind_map 00:17:00 Dyalog https://www.dyalog.com/ 00:18:20 Digitalk https://winworldpc.com/product/digital-smalltalk/5x 00:18:30 Smalltalk https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smalltalk 00:21:17 Raspberry Pi https://www.raspberrypi.org/ 00:22:10 Robotics on Dyalog website https://www.dyalog.com/blog/2014/08/dancing-with-the-bots/ 00:22:45 Neural Network https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neural_network David Marr https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Marr_(neuroscientist) 00:23:21 Jetson Nano https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/autonomous-machines/embedded-systems/jetson-nano/ 00:23:38 Spiking neural networks https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spiking_neural_network 00:24:02 JAX https://jax.readthedocs.io/en/latest/notebooks/quickstart.html 00:27:00 Numpy https://numpy.org/ 00:28:21 Nested arrays https://aplwiki.com/wiki/Nested_array 00:29:07 flip Numpy https://numpy.org/doc/stable/reference/generated/numpy.flip.html flipud https://numpy.org/doc/stable/reference/generated/numpy.flipud.html#numpy.flipud 00:31:07 Pegasus Autocode http://blog.rareschool.com/2014/09/pegasus-autocode-revisited.html 00:32:05 Atlas computer 1966 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atlas_(computer) 00:34:30 Raspberry Pi pico https://www.raspberrypi.com/products/raspberry-pi-pico/ 00:36:33 Booker and Morris https://dl.acm.org/doi/pdf/10.1145/364520.364521 00:38:12 Romilly's Blog Markdown http://blog.rareschool.com/2022/05/apl-and-python-go-head-to-head.html 00:41:30 Languages that are built from concatenation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Agglutination 00:44:30 Alan Kay https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Kay 00:47:12 Clojure https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alan_Kay Forth https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Forth_(programming_language) Haskell https://www.haskell.org/ 00:50:00 Cosy http://www.cosy.com/language/ 00:51:38 Py'n'APL https://dyalog.tv/Dyalog21/?v=gOUFXBUMv_A 01:00:12 Logic Analyzer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logic_analyzer 01:02:15 Back propagation in neural networks https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Backpropagation 01:07:38 Stefan Kruger 'Learn APL' https://xpqz.github.io/learnapl/intro.html 01:08:10 Rodrigo Girão Serrão videos https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd_24S_cYacw6zrvws43AWg 01:08:27 João Araújo episode https://www.arraycast.com/episodes/episode33-joao-araujo 01:08:59 Rodrigo Girão Serrão Neural networks https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLgTqamKi1MS3p-O0QAgjv5vt4NY5OgpiM 01:10:55 Functional Geekery podcast https://www.functionalgeekery.com/ 01:11:36 Conor's Security talk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajGX7odA87k 01:12:38 SICP https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Structure_and_Interpretation_of_Computer_Programs 01:12:55 Alan McKean Rebecca Wirfs-Brock "Object Design" https://books.google.ca/books?id=vUF72vN5MY8C&printsec=copyright&redir_esc=y#v=onepage&q&f=false 01:13:35 Growing Object Oriented Guided by Tests http://www.growing-object-oriented-software.com/ 01:15:01 Design Patterns vs Anti pattern in APL https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v7Mt0GYHU9A 01:18:25 Pop2 https://hopl.info/showlanguage.prx?exp=298&language=POP-2 Pop2 on pdf-11 https://www.cs.bham.ac.uk/research/projects/poplog/retrieved/adrian-howard-pop11.html 01:18:52 Donald Michie https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Michie 01:21:30 Menace robot http://chalkdustmagazine.com/features/menace-machine-educable-noughts-crosses-engine/ 01:22:05 Menace in APL https://romilly.github.io/o-x-o/an-introduction.html
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Under the combined stresses of dry weather, COVID, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine, agricultural prices are spiking, and many countries are scrambling to combat the consequences to the global economy. Morgan Stanley Chief Global Economist Seth Carpenter explains.-----Transcript-----Welcome to Thoughts on the Market. I'm Seth Carpenter, Morgan Stanley's Chief Global Economist. Along with my colleagues, bringing you a variety of perspectives, today I'll be talking about the surge in agricultural prices and some of the implications for the global economy. It's Wednesday, June 8th, at 1:30 p.m. in New York. Agricultural prices have jumped this year, and that surge has become one of the key topics of the moment, both on a domestic level and a global scale. The Russian invasion of Ukraine clearly contributed significantly to the runup in prices, but even before the war, dry weather and COVID-19 had already started to threaten the global food supply. Rising food prices pose many risks, particularly for lower income people and lower income countries. Even though I'm going to be talking mostly about cold economics today, the human toll of all of this is absolutely critical to keep in mind. In fact, we see the surge in food prices as a risk to the global economic recovery. When prices for necessities like food go up, lower income households just have to spend more on food. And that increased spending on food means they've got less money to spend on discretionary items. To put some numbers on how we got here, global food prices have surged about 66% since the start of COVID-19, and about 12% since the start of the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Dry weather had already affected crops, especially in Latin America and India. And remember, fertilizer is tightly linked to the petrochemical industry, and the Russian invasion of Ukraine has complicated that situation, leaving fertilizer prices at all time highs. So what's been the response? Governments across developed markets and emerging markets have started enacting measures to try to contain their domestic prices. In the developed market world, these measures include attempts to boost domestic production so as to relieve some of the pressures. While in EM, some governments have opted to cut food taxes or put in place price controls. In addition, some governments have also imposed bans on exports of certain agricultural products. The side effect, though, is getting more trade disruptions in already tight commodity markets. Against this backdrop, there are two key consequences. First, consumption spending is likely to be lower than it would have been. And second, inflation is likely to rise because of the rise in food prices. And if we look at it across the globe, emerging markets really look more vulnerable to these shocks than developed markets. First, in terms of consumption spending, our estimates suggest that the recent rise in food prices might decrease real consumption spending throughout this year by about 1% in the U.S. and about 3% in Mexico, all else equal. Now, that said, not every component of spending gets affected uniformly. Historical data analysis suggests that the drop is heavily focused in durable goods spending, like for motor vehicles. And EMs are more exposed because they've got a higher share of food consumption in their overall consumption basket. Now, when it comes to inflation, we think that the recent spike in food prices, if it lasts for the rest of this year, it's probably going to add about 1.2 percentage points to headline Consumer Price Index inflation in emerging markets, and about 6/10 of a percentage point increase to inflation in DM. These are really big increases. Now why should the inflationary push be higher in emerging markets? First, just arithmetically, food represents a larger share of CPI in emerging markets than it does in DM, something like 24% versus 17%. And second, in emerging markets, inflation expectations tend to be less well anchored, and so a rise in prices in a critical component like food tends to spread out to lots of other components in inflation as well. So what's the bottom line here? Growth is slowing globally. Inflation is high. The surge in food prices is going to increase the risks for both of those. Thanks for listening. If you enjoy this show, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts and share Thoughts on the Market with a friend or a colleague today.
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