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Atlanta Reaches Grim Milestone of Over 100 Murders in 2021

WSB programming

00:19 sec | 3 weeks ago

Atlanta Reaches Grim Milestone of Over 100 Murders in 2021

"Reach that 1/100 homicide last year. 2020 is total at 1 57 5 people shot and killed in metro Atlanta just since Friday. Atlanta's murder death toll Now stands at 103. Coronavirus Update. New forecasting. Data from the Mayo Clinic says Georgia will have the highest rate of coronavirus cases

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57 Hospitalized After Tour Bus Crashes on New York Thruway

The Dan Proft Show

00:16 sec | Last month

57 Hospitalized After Tour Bus Crashes on New York Thruway

"Bus bound for Niagara Falls ran off. The New York State Thruway yesterday rolled over State police say 57 people were on board when the bus crashed just after midday Saturday near the town of Weed Sport. Injuries range from minor to serious more on the stories of town hall

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Flash Floods in Turkey Kill 57

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:21 sec | Last month

Flash Floods in Turkey Kill 57

"Floods and mudslides along Turkey's Black Sea coast has climbed to at least 57 Torrential rains that pounded three provinces last week caused flooding that demolished home seven at least five bridges. Swept away cars and rendered numerous roads impassable across the black Sea. Days of heavy rain also produced flooding in broad areas of southern Russia. News and

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57 Hospitalized After Tour Bus Overturns on Interstate 90

BBC World Service

00:17 sec | Last month

57 Hospitalized After Tour Bus Overturns on Interstate 90

"50. People were rushed to hospitals after a tour bus overturned on the New York State Thruway. State. Police say the bus was headed to Niagara Falls and veered off the road yesterday, not far from Syracuse. Authorities say the injuries range from minor to serious. It's unclear what caused the crash. We

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57 Inured After Tour Bus Crashes on New York State Thruway

Kim Komando

00:18 sec | Last month

57 Inured After Tour Bus Crashes on New York State Thruway

"Falls, rolled over and crashed in the New York State Thruway, sending more than 50 people to hospitals. The full extent of the injuries isn't clear, but state police called it a serious injury wreck. They say 57 people were aboard the bus when it crashed to near. We'd sport in Central New York America is listening to

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First Flight of Afghan Interpreters Fleeing Taliban Arrives in U.S.

Glenn Beck

00:14 sec | Last month

First Flight of Afghan Interpreters Fleeing Taliban Arrives in U.S.

"Over 200 Afghans have been evacuated to the US to escape the Taliban. The first flight evacuating Afghan interpreters and others who worked with US forces landed at Washington Dulles International Airport overnight. The group includes 57 Children and 15

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Just the News Reports Big Labor Spent $1.8 Billion During 2020 Election

Mark Levin

01:58 min | Last month

Just the News Reports Big Labor Spent $1.8 Billion During 2020 Election

"Out there. There's several, but one of them is just the news. It is a fantastic actual news site. They have a story. Big labor spent $1.8 billion During the 2020 election cycle. $1.8 billion Now you know why your schools are unionized, and so much else is unionized. Because the Democrat Party owes these entities e. A ton. Large unions must file reports with the Labor Department disclosing political activities and lobbying, but many expenses are misclassified. Organized labor spent more than 1.8 billion on political activity and lobbying in the US during the 2020 election cycle, according to a new study published by the National Institute for Labour Relations Research. The majority of the money spent by Labour 1.4 billion came straight from the union dues taken from workers who can legally be fired if they refused to fund union activities, the institute reports. Of the total amount analyzed more than 1.4 billion went to Union General Treasuries. More than 287 million was spent on government union state and local packs and lobbying and 57 million was spent on 2020 federal packs and committees. I thought these well, let's go on. The findings were published after the U. S. Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee. Held a hearing on the Pro act, which would expand union power nationwide eliminate right to work laws in 27 states, In other words, again, the Democrat Party nationalizing their politics nationalizing their policies. And blowing red states out of the water. Whether it's the voting systems or labor policy or whatever it is. They want to make sure that Democrats win in Red states and red states aren't red any longer. That's all. It's that simple. That's it.

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Biden Is Doing Nothing About Crime, Only Going After Gun Dealers

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Biden Is Doing Nothing About Crime, Only Going After Gun Dealers

"But let's hear what the past sake has to say. Go say the president gave an entire speech on it and will continue to speak about what he's doing of. In other words, he's doing nothing. He's going after gun dealers. That gun dealers irresponsible. Like killers or would be killers are gang members are Drug pushers that coming into a store. Hey, Yeah. I'd like to purchase a Yeah, a nine millimeter. Okay. 3 57 Magnum, Okay. Yes, I would like to do that. I'd like to get some hollow points, please. Oh, sure. I need you to fill out this form. It's going to go through the FBI database. It's going to take about a half hour. I'd like you to fill it out. Do you have any past criminal activity? What Watch your social Security number. What? What's your name? What? Not giving you all that information man. Those of us who have filled out these forms. This is so unserious. It's so ridiculous. That's not how killers get guns. They go into a gun dealer. And fill out federal government forms and sit there and wait 30 minutes for it to go through the system. And if you have a past record, you don't get the gun. Unless a period of time goes by, But you don't get it in 30 minutes. Everybody knows that who purchase of the weapon? So this isn't what happens. Wouldn't it be interesting if one of these news groups would actually go into a gun dealership and show people how it works, not play? Gotcha. Not advance, an idea. Just go in and show.

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"57" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

06:04 min | 3 months ago

"57" Discussed on Quizbeard weekly trivia quiz

"Number five which british singer songwriter played the ukulele and sang. Lonnie donnegan covers in his first public. Musical performance at the eighteenth bromley scout packs summa camp in nineteen fifty eight round. Two is famous. Germans number six which german philosopher conceived the idea of the yuba manch of being that supersedes. All of us number seven which german american actress and singer star in such hollywood films as the blue angel morocco. Shanghai express a desire number eight which twentieth century german chancellor means cabbage when translated into english number nine which german inventor invented the printing press in fourteen forty and number ten which german grand slam winner married fellow tennis player. Andre iguodala in two thousand one route three is science fiction films number. Eleven can return of the jedi approximately. How old was jedi master. Data at the time of his death number twelve which film of nineteen seventy-two stars bruce dern as a spacefaring botanist carefully maintains a variety of plants for their eventual return to earth and the reforestation of the planet number thirteen directed by david lynch and featuring the acting talents. Ofcom with lachlan. Patrick stewart and sting which novel by franco was first adapted for film in nineteen eighty-four number. Fourteen which arnold schwarzenegger movie of nineteen eighty seven was filmed under the working title. Hunter number fifteen. Which actor don. I patch to play former special forces operators snake skin in john carpenter's escape from new york in nineteen eighty one round foist. Today's general knowledge round number sixteen in mathematics. What is represented by a symbol that resembles a figure of eight lying on its side number seventeen in which east midland city was sports broadcaster and former england footballer gary lineker bone Number eighteen from which country are men recruited to serve as gherkins nineteen in the book of joshua. The walls of which city fell when the israelites blew trumpets and twenty. Who is nominated for an oscar for her performance as mrs robinson in the nineteen sixty seven film the graduates and finally today round five is science and nature number twenty one which element has the chemical symbol s. End.

Justices Rule Against NCAA Caps on Student-Athlete Education-Related Benefits

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:11 sec | 3 months ago

Justices Rule Against NCAA Caps on Student-Athlete Education-Related Benefits

"Justices have ruled that the cannot restrict education related benefits for student athletes. Details on the way 10 57 Eric was way

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Ohio Ends COVID-19 State of Emergency After 15 Months

Lance McAlister

00:13 sec | 3 months ago

Ohio Ends COVID-19 State of Emergency After 15 Months

"I'm Jack Crumley. The governor officially ended the state's Covid 19 state of emergency since Ohio reached 57% vaccination rate for adults. Nursing home guidelines have also been lifted. This means there are no limits on the number of visitors at a

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Jailbreak Jamboree!

Interesting If True

02:33 min | 3 months ago

Jailbreak Jamboree!

"Story. I'm calling the jailbreak. Jamboree see what you did there so my past few stories have been pretty heavy lately so this week i wanted to break the pattern. You know break out of these heavy stories into something bit more fun ridiculous freak out of prison. Maybe yeah now speaking of ridiculous. So today i'm gonna tell you about some of the most daring and crazy prison escapes. I could find no goal so our first one actually. This comes from to us. From japan. So in japan the meiji era which span from eighteen. Sixty eight to nineteen twelve was considered one of the more harsher periods for prisoner. Oh pretty terrible. From what i read i got you got to remember too that that is harsh when you're picking from flavors of harsh is through. That is true. Nobody wants to be in jail meeting hundred now so it turns out. Escape was actually a lot more common back then out so in eighteen. Eighty one a record number of convicts eighteen hundred and twenty one. The year that many people were able to successfully get away from incarceration to escape their harsh terrible sentences. They couldn't find sixty more friends to make. It super pneumatic. Elevate would have made it so much better Come on guys but no other man. History has shown such disdain for incarceration yoshi. She retorted known as the most famous escapee in japan of all times. Who is tagged as quote the man but no prison could hold. Oh i mean if you're gonna get like a prison rep. Nickname seems like good one. Not too bad. It beats pin cushion. Mcgeehan sounds worse so she successfully escaped the japanese prison system four times. Oh wow yeah. Quite a few. You don't do that by accident. And do so. yoshi. I worked as a tofu shop. And then he was later. A fisherman that caught crabs and russia and after failing more businesses several more times. He became known for his addictive gambling and stealing. Oh yeah. I know a lot of people that are addicted to gambling and stealing and want to get crowds. In russia. one of them became the president. Oh that's true so you'll she was initially accused of murder and robbery and sentenced to amaury prison three years later. He picked the lock of his handcuffs with a short wire. He found from a wooden bathing bucket and left sparky the cleaning bucket up so one of his first big promises that he was originally accused of murder and robbery. And that's not great. He did totally probably robbed. People need it. You definitely definitely did the thievery. And maybe did the mercury. It doesn't sound like he did the murray which is why he was so upset about being sent to

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Coworker Worried Future Mass Shooter Could ‘Go Postal’

AP 24 Hour News

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Coworker Worried Future Mass Shooter Could ‘Go Postal’

"I might cross a reporting a colleague of the California Rail Yard shooter feared he might go postal You information about the gunman who fatally shot nine co workers at a California rail yard on May 26th has been published, according to the Mercury News, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, internal documents show. 57 year old Samuel Cassidy was the subject of four investigations into workplace conduct since July, 2019 after a verbal altercation with a co worker. In January, 2020, an employee reported hearing a colleague say of Cassidy. He scares me. If someone was to go postal, it would be him. The authority released more than 200 pages of emails and other documents related to Cassidy. Cassidy, who worked at the Valley Transportation Authority for more than 20 years, took his own life as deputies moved

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Death Toll Rises to 9 in San Jose Rail Yard Shooting

Atlanta's Morning News

00:59 sec | 4 months ago

Death Toll Rises to 9 in San Jose Rail Yard Shooting

"Toll rises overnight. After a shooting rampage at a rail yard at San Jose, California Governor Wesley's Bill Cayenne chose reporting live remains unclear why the gunman opened fire. Yes, got here's what's new this morning, 1/9 person is dead, and California governor Gavin Newsom is fed up after the latest mass shooting in the U. S. The hell's going on in United States of America? The hell's wrong with us. When are we going to come to grips with this? The latest victim dies in the hospital hours after the shooting rampage. Police say the 57 year old gunman and employees of the rail yard took his own life happen across the street from a sheriff's office. Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith says deputies immediately went inside the building. They responded. They responded the way that they should. They took their life in their hands. San Jose Mayor Sam Ricardo says a memorial for the nine victims will be held tonight. Our entire community will need this moment and many others to mourn together. The FBI is assisting local authorities with the investigation. President Biden orders Flags to be flown at half staff to honor the victims

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Transit Worker Opens Fire at California Rail Yard, Killing 9

America in the Morning

01:39 min | 4 months ago

Transit Worker Opens Fire at California Rail Yard, Killing 9

"Roop reports a gunman opened fire on fellow workers that a transit authority rail yard in Northern California It was 6 34 Wednesday morning when, says Santa Clara County sheriff spokesman Russell Davis. They began receiving calls about shots fired at the Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority Light rail yard in San Jose right next to the sheriff's headquarters, so the response was immediate. We have eight victims that AARP announced a cease from today's incident from gunshot wounds. We also have one suspect. Who is deceased, as well from this morning's incident. I can confirm with you that deputies did not exchange gunfire. And right now we're gonna eliminate Go with the assumption that it was a self inflicted gunshot wound from the suspect. Suspect of EJ employee identified by news outlets is 57 year old Samuel Cassidy. Even says reports of explosives hidden within the building prompted a search with bomb sniffing canines and a dog did alert on one device. At that point, we activate the sheriff's office bomb squad and a painstakingly thorough an exhaustive search for more explosives ensued. San Jose Mayor Sam Accardo emotional at a morning news conference. Thistle's a very dark moment for our city and for our community Governor Gavin Newsom. Emotional but his emotion, anger. You know, there's a numbness. I imagine some of us are feeling about this. Because there's a sameness to this. You know any Where USA Just feels like this happens over and over and over again. Rinse and repeat. That begs the damn question. What the hell's going on United States of America? The hell's wrong with us. When are we going to come to grips with this? There were several others wounded. The

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The ONLY Way to Finish a Basement

Thumb and Hammer Home Improvement Podcast

02:04 min | 4 months ago

The ONLY Way to Finish a Basement

"If you were drawn in by the title of this episode. Wow i apologize. I wish there was only one correct way to finish the basement that everyone could agree on. But sadly end frustratingly. That is not the case. in fact. frustrating doesn't begin to describe my experience. What's a word for beyond frustrating. Here's the thing moisture is the enemy. You don't want a damn basement because then you're looking at water damage. You're looking at rot and mold. You want your basement to feel like the rest of your house. It should be dry uncomfortable but a basement is not like the rest of your house. The basement is in a hole in the ground and at ground gets wet and in the summer that ground keeps the baseman cooler. Which seems to be a good thing when you need relief from the heat but it's a bad thing. Forward moist air comes in contact with a cooler surface of your foundation. You know when you're on your patio and you're enjoying that ice cold beer and you get the water beating up and running down the outside of the bottle or can or glass. That's condensation now. Imagine that water trickling down to cool concrete foundation behind your drywall in the basement. Now i say behind your drywall. Because if your basement is not finished or insulated then the circulating air will usually help that condensation evaporate before it becomes a problem and probably before you even notice but if your basement is finished with insulation and vapor barrier and that warm moist air somehow still finds. Its way behind all that and comes in contact with the cold wall. That condensation is won't it. It's sort of trapped. And that's not good

Ten Years On: Inside the Bin Laden Raid

News, Traffic and Weather

02:17 min | 4 months ago

Ten Years On: Inside the Bin Laden Raid

"It was, in fact, 10 years ago this very weekend when Joe Biden was vice president that U. S Navy seals killed Osama bin Laden in a secret and daring raid on a compound in Pakistan. That raid coming after one of the most intense manhunts in history. There is one report. As of yet, unconfirmed that a plane Has hit the World Trade Center Osama bin Laden was the most wanted man on earth, escaping from the mountains of Afghanistan, even as U. S intelligence and military scour those rugged mountains, But on May 1st 2011 10 years after hijacked airliners brought down the world Trade towers. And a chunk of the Pentagon, Geronimo and Geronimo meant We got that Locke killed him. Admiral Mike Mullen was the chairman of the joint Chiefs at the time. That's him behind President Obama in the White House as they watched the Navy seals descend on bin Laden is compound in real time. There was a lot of risk. We felt comfortable that we could get in and out of Pakistan without being detected in a timely way. We felt we could get into the compound. And for Mullen, it was personal. He was in the Pentagon a decade earlier, when one of the hijacked planes slammed into it. The plane flew in under Basically under my office, My two assistants looked out the window and saw 7 57 fly in under their feet. The Navy lost 42 people that day among the nearly 200 killed in the attack on the Pentagon. 10. Years later, it was the Navy that would dominate that raid on the bin Laden compound. Mullen meeting those seals before they headed into Pakistan. Sort of the final dress rehearsal that I went to it involved upwards of 48 to 50 seals. And then I specifically met and shook hands and looked every operator in the eye to one express my gratitude to You know? Are they ready to go? And I was very confident that they were,

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Virginia Updates State Rules About Wearing Masks Outdoors

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Virginia Updates State Rules About Wearing Masks Outdoors

"Are changing across the area. We start in Virginia, where the governor now says. If you're fully vaccinated for covert, you could go mask free outside. If you're alone or in small groups, you will need that mask on and outdoor events with large crowds like a concert. W T. O P S Christi King reports more people are now able to gather for outdoor sports. In Virginia. The capacity cap for outdoor recreational sports Now is 1000 Spectators that weeks earlier than expected Because 57% of Virginia's adults have had at least one covert shot and infections remain low. More rules could loosen May 15th and all pandemic measures could be gone in June. It's really important that we all get a shot Governor Ralph Northam and we all need to keep encouraging each other to get a shot. It's how we take care of one another. In Northern Virginia Christi King w. T o P News, D C will

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Wet Notes - 4-23-21

Scuba Shack Radio

06:50 min | 5 months ago

Wet Notes - 4-23-21

"This is wet notes for april twenty third. Two thousand twenty one here on scuba shack radio. I up just after i recorded. The last episode president biden released his two thousand and twenty two budget. Well if you're a fan of the national oceanic and atmospheric administration or noah. You'll be happy in the budget. Proposal released on april ninth. The president proposed a record budget of six point. Nine billion dollars for knowing now. How does that compare well. This year knows budget is four point. Six billion wow. that's big increase. This budget really supports taking action. On climate change protecting marine mammals the ocean great lakes and coastal communities. If you recall the previous administration has proposed cutting knows budget only to have it restored by congress. Now this is just a first step in the budget proposal. It has a long way to go to get congressional approval. But i think it's a very good first step now. Here's something that's really interesting. I read this in the cayman compass online. It's about a grand cayman. Northside family found a message in a bottle. Yeah on easter. i think it was. The family was out walking on a remote part of the island. A place called the parrot sanctuary. I think this is on the east end. Well that's where patricia dacosta her family recovered an emerald colored bottle with a handwritten message inside the note said thrown into the ocean on six december. Two thousand and seventeen somewhere between the bahamas and florida. If you find this drop us a line and let us know where it ended up. Signed by darren and shannon from evansville illinois and it gave them their email address so patricia them with the news and now darrin shannon are planning to visit grand cayman at some point as for the bottle. The dacosta family's planning to put their own note in the same bottle and send it back out to see what an incredible journey. It's here the second quarter edition of the journal of diving history magazine. It arrived in the mail just after the last show. This latest additions cover story was written by chris. Cole and it is about the divers who worked on the edgewater disaster. It was one of the worst maritime disasters in us history. I'll leave it at that and you can do some of your own research but it was a really interesting article. There's also an interview in the edition. Done by michael newdow with dick rakowski and he's dubbed. The father of nighthawks again. Some really interesting stuff. I highly recommend that you take a look at the historical diving. Society's website if you become a member you'll get the journal mail to you every quarter a pleasant surprise in your mailbox. I received an email from a friend a few weeks ago with the subject line serenity so who can't use a little serenity how about serenity now well it turns out that my friend was asked by our son to watch him cameras for a school project. These live cams were from the monterey bay aquarium so i went to the link and it took me to their landing page for nine different cameras. I'm not going to list them all right now. But you can peek. In on their penguins. Sea otters were moon jellies. There's even a camera for monterey bay itself personally. I like to observe my sealife while diving but these live cams from monterey bay aquarium can fill in and provide that little bit of serenity. Now here's something interesting. That came in from shearwater. You know the makers of the dive computers. They have a contest. It's going to be starting up. In may called the spring shopping spree and the winner will get four thousand nine hundred ninety nine dollars shopping spree at the dive shop of their choice. And here's how it works if you purchase the shearwater in april or if you buy one in may you can register for the contest with their online portal with a proof of purchase. But you don't have to buy a computer to participate. You also be able to register by completing a short fifty word essay on why you like shearwater computers. The lucky winner will be selected at the end of may. And it's another great way to support your local dive shot. Thanks your water for doing this. And finally there was a short article from patty on april twentieth about their meeting with the maldivian government to confirm the protection for sharks. There was some speculation out there that the maldivian government might be lifting the shark fishing ban in their countries waters. Well this can't be good over ten years ago. Patty along with others helped to establish this current protection so the patty staff met with the moldavian ministry of fisheries marine reserves and agriculture's lead zaha wahid. Well here's some good news here at the meeting minister while he said that they were committed to sustainable and responsible management on april twentieth the ministry released a statement that said the maldives does not intend to permit a targeted shark. Fishing in the mouth. These great job. Patty in great job maldives for protecting these critical apex predators. Well that's it for wet notes. For

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"57" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"57" Discussed on Today, Explained

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"57" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

05:00 min | 7 months ago

"57" Discussed on Today, Explained

"And then of course one example we did talk about on the show was a number of states signing onto challenge the election results at the supreme court. Yeah correct that was led by the texas state attorney. General supreme court threw out in a very very terse letter that basically amounted to sing in polite supreme court. He's like this is complete nonsense. And we're not gonna hear or listen to her. Pay attention to it. How do we explain this phenomena. Zach is this just the former president was very compelling at a local level. And he has this. I don't know tens of millions strong base of support. That will follow him into the dark or is there something else going on here to know. I think there has been a long running in concerted effort by the republican party to use the states as mechanisms for exercising wielding and controlling power on a permanent basis. So for instance in two thousand ten There's something called project read map. Which is a national republican coordinated campaign to do as much gerrymandering as possible in the wake of the two thousand ten census and the party's victory in the twenty tunnel elections that led to take over a number of state houses. And so what you saw. At the state levels in terms of redrawing the maps to ensure the republicans would adorable majority's In the national house ended local state houses that was done very deliberately with input from national parties with the effort of creating states based institutions that Become a really important part of the national party's ability to rig the system in their favor right and that speaks to the role that state parties play in american politics right. Now they're not these hyper local institutions anymore. There's a bunch of research from political scientists that shows that increasingly if you look at state party platforms. They are more and more focused on national topics and less and less focused on local ones and they start to sound more and more like each other. And i think a lot of this has to do with both the extremism and the National focus of media nowadays like you used to have a lot of fragmented media marquette's or local politicians and the voters they answered to are really concerned about hyper local issues but now with the decline in local newspapers for example and the increasing prevalence of online news outlets that have a national focus and also highly ideological not just online right also the rise of false news and its competitors like newsmax. One american news. You end up getting this environment. Where what voters care about what. The people who engage in politics are really concerned with are the same thing that everyone everywhere is really concerned about and just practically speaking. What does that mean for the future. Not only of the gop. But for the future of congressional politics for the future of american politics. I mean on one hand you have this clear cut case that the democratic impeachment managers made that it sounds like people on both sides of the aisle found very compelling you have this historic impeachment. Vote where more. Gop members broke ranks to join democrats to to say. The president crossed the line here. He helped incite this mob. And yet you have this other phenomenon. Here where people who voted for what they deemed right and true are now being punished and may who knows lose their seats because of it. There's a wild quote from pennsylvania republican official talking about why. He's angry at pat toomey. We did not send him there. Voters conscience. We did not send in there to do the right thing or whatever you setting knowing which is pretty striking right like vat in of itself is pretty horrifying but then he goes on to say something else. We showed him there to represent us with that. Means if you unpack it a little bit. Is the view the job of a representative to be not voting for what they believe is right not exercising their own judgement but reflecting the will specifically of the people who supported him not everybody in the state the people who voted for him that narrow slice of the population that is republican and willing to vote republican in senate elections. So if that's your theory of representativeness you're basically telling members of congress and the government to outsource their judgment to a base that's become more and more extreme and has been made more extreme by national politicians either for very trumpy reasons which are a combination of actually believing these things and Political cruelty or for this more cynical reasons that making people more extreme helps get them out to vote for you.

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"57" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained

Impeachment, Explained

05:03 min | 7 months ago

"57" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained

"Ray the arizona. Republican party censured current republican sitting governor. Doug ducey for his virus restrictions and they also censures of former senator jeff flake and sending mccain And why were they censored. Because they voted for joe biden supported biden and said the trump was may be crazy became tweeting her response. Time for some soul searching in the arizona. Gop flake texting of condoning. The president's behavior is required to stay in. The party's good graces. I'm just fine being on the outs. Pennsylvania state republicans are limiting courts abilities to cure election challenges. And you've seen sensor stuff in lots of different. Steve publican parties about the republican house members. Who voted to impeach trump. The oregon republican party defiantly defense trump patriots are not going away. The president's not going away. The state party passed a resolution condemning ten house republicans who voted to impeach trump calling it a betrayal on the whole an escalating amount of nuttiness from these different republican state parties and then of course one example we did talk about on the show was a number of states signing onto challenge the election results at the supreme court. Yeah correct that was led by the texas state attorney. General supreme court threw it out in a very very terse letter that basically amounted to saying in play supreme court. He's like this is complete nonsense and we're not going to hear it. Listen to it or pay attention to it. How do we explain this phenomena. Zach is is this just the the former president was very compelling at a local level. And he has this. I don't know tens of millions strong base of support. That will follow him into the dark. Or is there something else going on here to no look. I think there has been a long running and concerted effort by the republican party to use the states as mechanisms for exercising wielding and controlling power on a permanent basis. So for instance twenty ten There is something called project read map which is a national republican coordinated campaign to do as much gerrymandering as possible in the wake of the two thousand ten cents us and the party's victory. In the two thousand ten elections led led to take over a number of state houses. And so what you saw. At the state levels in terms of redrawing the maps to ensure the republicans would have durable majorities in the national house ended local state houses. That was done very deliberately. with input from national parties with the effort of creating states based institutions that Become a really important part of the national party's ability to rig the system in their favor right and that speaks to the role that state parties play in american politics right. Now they're not these hyper local institutions anymore. There's a bunch of research from political scientists that shows that increasingly if you look at like state party platforms. There are more and more focused on national topics and less and less focused on local ones and they start to sound more and more like each other. And i think a lot of this has to do with both the extremism and the National focus of media nowadays like you used to have a lot of fragmented media markets or local politicians and the voters they answered to are really concerned about hyper local issues. But now with the decline in local newspapers for example and the increasing prevalence of all my news outlets that have a national focus and also are highly ideological not just online right also the rise of fox news and its competitors like newsmax one american news. You end up getting this environment. Where what voters care about what. The people who engage in politics are really concerned with are the same things that everyone everywhere is really concerned about and just practically speaking. What does that mean for the future. Not only of the gop. But for the future of congressional politics for the future of american politics. I mean on one hand you have this clear cut case that the democratic impeachment managers made that it sounds like people on both sides of the aisle found very compelling you have this historic impeachment. Vote where more. Gop members broke ranks to join democrats to to say. The president crossed the line here. He helped incite this mob. And yet you have this other phenomenon. Here where people who voted for what they deemed right and true are now being punished and may who knows lose their seats because of it. There's a wild quote from a pennsylvania republican official talking about why. He's so angry at pat. Toomey we did not sent him there to vote his conscience. We did not send him there to do the right thing. Or whatever.

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"57" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained

Impeachment, Explained

06:13 min | 7 months ago

"57" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained

"Managers know that the word fight has been used figuratively in political speech forever. It's best to listen to them. And we gotta keep fighting and keep focused. We will fight when we must fife. We've been fighting so we need to but we also need to buy. Their argument is any political. Rhetoric that uses the word fight must be metaphorical which is a very silly argument right. Sometimes people in political rhetoric are calling for actual violence or at the very least are speaking in such a situation when were metaphorical. Language could be interpreted as literal regardless of intent and they need to be more careful about what they're saying whichever one trump was the end result indicates that he was in fact playing with fire so very strong argument made by impeachment managers against the former president. Very weak argument made by his defense team. What's the final vote. It is a fifty seven forty three vote to acquit fifty seven to forty three means that the majority voted in favour historic majority. Yes in fact it's historic. It's the most bipartisan ever. You had seven republicans defect and yet. It's still wasn't close to enough. How come the simple answers partisanship. Republicans have a variety of reasons. Why they don't want break with. Trump lot of people who are on the republican side are worrying about them being replaced by marjorie taylor. Green type true believer believer and there are some of those in the senate to at least you. You think there might be people who really genuinely believe what trump is saying and another rationale is not so much fear of primary concerns as it is viability in one's own primary bid two thousand twenty four to run the republican ticket. And so you've got people like Josh hawley ted cruz and tom cotton. Who are united by the fact that they wanna be president. One day and to do that. That needed court. The trump vote and according to trump vote means not voting to convict. Let's talk about the senate minority leader for a moment here mitch. Mcconnell had signalled that he was open to hearing the arguments made by the democratic impeachment managers. They made a very compelling argument and he still didn't break ranks. Do we know why so. Mcconnell seemed like he was ready to jettison trump especially after he literally endangered his personal safety in life but didn't happen and that's enough republicans defecting that mcconnell felt like he could shepherd his entire caucus towards voting to convict trump. Or at least a large enough amount number of it that that that it wouldn't break up and lead to a sort of real crackup in the republican party over this and there were some rumblings most notably in a cnn piece that an open break between mcconnell and trump would lead to him losing leadership position in his speech. He points to the fact that the issue here is constitutional. You can't impeach a president who no longer in office. If president trump were still in office. I would have carefully considered whether the house managers prove their specific charge. But in this case the question is moot because former president trump trump is constitutionally or conviction even though if i have this right. Mcconnell is responsible for this trial happening. Once the former president vacated his office it was mcconnell who delayed the trial. No credit credit. It's failing that to me. Is the single biggest indicator transparently political all. This as his rationale was something that he could have addressed if he was sincerely concerned about it. Like if you really thought that what you would be doing was creating a situation in which the trial itself or an unconstitutional preceding then. You wouldn't have schedule that when you scheduled at or forced it to be scheduled when you force it to be scheduled more accurately well. Let's talk about members of his party. Who perhaps voted with their conscience. Instead of making a nakedly political move here who are the seven. Some of them are familiar. Save god mitt romney who voted to convict trump the last time. Then you have a susan. Collins from maine and lisa murkowski from alaska both of whom are known to be much more moderate than the rest of the republican senate caucus ben sasse from nebraska who is trying to build his brand as a thoughtful republican pat toomey from pennsylvania who is very conservative but to me was very offended by the way that trump impugned the integrity of the pennsylvania. Political system to one of the problems is the campaign officials. They go on. Tv and they make all kinds of Shocking allegations of fraud. Then they go into a courtroom where there are consequences for lying to adjudge right and they don't make those allegations anymore and so it seems in part that was reacting to trump's attack on the election in its entirety. Then you've got richard burr from north carolina. Who was a real surprise. Actually voted to say. The trial was unconstitutional itself. But then said look. Once we've determined the trials constitutional. I had to listen to the evidence. And once i listened to the evidence than trump should have been convicted. Bursts said impart quote the evidence is compelling that president trump is guilty of inciting an insurrection therefore voted to convict and the last one who's surprising number of levels is senator. Bill cassidy from louisiana cassidy is running for reelection. He's up again. Two thousand twenty six. Which means he's very vulnerable to a primary challenge on these grounds and in a surprise vote. Basically saying cues persuaded by the case that house democrats made and it's like it's odd right to hear a senator saying that their vote was actual league grounded in what happened on the senate. What an inspiration yet. It's kind of nice and refreshing but it almost seems like that's what actually happens like he's not just making stuff up but the serious he believes it now on impartial juror and one size doing a great job and the other side's doing a terrible job on the issue at hand as an impartial juror. I'm gonna vote for the side of the did the good job. And how's that.

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"57" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained

Impeachment, Explained

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"57" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained

"It's explained. I'm sean rama's firm. You may have noticed. We took monday off. Didn't explain yesterday. That's because it was a long weekend. In the united states presidents day weekend a weekend dedicated to washington lincoln and the rest of the guys who have held the country's highest office. And this was the president's day weekend to remember because the united states senate spent two concluding the second impeachment trial of the nation's forty fifth president. Donald john trump. You ask what a high crime and misdemeanor is under our constitution. That's a high crime and misdemeanor. If that's not an impeachable offense than there is no such thing. This was history on history on history. The united states senate for the second time deliberating on whether to convict the former president for wrongdoing. This time for inciting an insurrection on the united states senate. Zach beecham senior correspondent. Vox has been covering it all in all basically the narrative presented by house. Democrats was one in which the president had spent months convincing people that the greatest political scandal in american history was happening election stolen from under their feet. We have an all swing states major fractions or outright fraud. If we're right about the fraud. Joe biden can't be president and he told all those people to gather in washington. Dc outside of congress. Congress was doing basically the last step in certifying the results of the election. The president's tweet says the protests will take place on january six. that's wednesday and the same day. Congress meets to formally count the votes cast by the electoral college. Then he gave an angry and violent speech in which he seemed to encourage them to take action and then literally told them to go to capitol hill..

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"57" Discussed on Start Here

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02:23 min | 7 months ago

"57" Discussed on Start Here

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07:13 min | 7 months ago

"57" Discussed on Start Here

"Helpful. Thank brad So that get you caught up. But what does this mean going forward on a quickly bringing. Abc's political director recline. And rick. i mean what human mcconnell there it was as if he was saying out loud. Oh trump is totally guilty of inciting insurrection. I'm just not going to vote guilty. Like like what are the considerations that republicans were making in their minds over the weekend. Yep right it's wild. This mcconnell sounded like someone who really wanted to vote guilty and thinks now maybe the justice. Marvin should be investigating president. Trump's conduct the structured limitation to the wrong. For everything you did while didn't get away with anything and i think for a lot of republicans they were split between the clear judgment based on the facts in what they witnessed donald. Trump's did something really bad and it deserves to be called out. In fact i think for the future of the party they feel like it has to be called out but there were just a number of questions answered time line for some combination of technical legal reasons and broad political considerations namely the republican base kind disagrees with an uncomfortable. A lot of them found that they were pulling a punch in that final vote and did not in fact vote guilty to have only those seven republicans crossover with the democrats was itself. A statement about donald trump continued. Hold on the party yet. What did the math tell us. Like the senators who voted guilty. I mean why were they. Okay voting guilty and the the not guilty. People voting not guilt familiar. Mix of folks who who aren't going to face the voters again Who are up for a little while or who have personal political brands. That are so distinct from the from the president but it's funny seven fifty that's fourteen percent are poll out this morning. Our abc news poll this morning. Fourteen percent of republicans nationwide trump should have been found guilty. It's exactly the same math. That's exactly it's incredible. How the party is divided at this moment. And that is that is quite a statement and again fourteen percent doesn't sound like a lot but think about how popular president trump has been inside his own party. His popularity rating is typically been well into the nineties so you're seeing republicans turn albeit slowly. But i guess. I'm confused because you got all these senators who clearly think president trump did something bad. That shouldn't run again but didn't this vote. Keep him as the face of the republican party like he can run again now for whatever he wants and who else really is. they're practically. that could stop him. He is going to view this as vindication of rightly or wrongly. But i do think it's a reflection of of where we're at now for the party. Seven republicans voted to convict trump. At least one is already feeling the political backlash louisiana's republican party saying it has unanimously voted to censure senator bill cassidy because he voted to convict. You're part of the problem dc. Don't expect a warm welcome when you come home to louisi- and your i had the privilege of having the facts. before me. republican elected office holders are now a leading from behind when it comes to their voters. The voters are somewhere that they really can't even bold. And i said mr president This maga- movement needs to continue We need to unite the party. Trump plus the way back in two thousand twenty two and the view among many republicans including so. I talked to in the last last couple of weeks. They recognize that i. It didn't matter for for trump's hold on so many voters it doesn't matter what the facts are. it doesn't matter what the judgment of elected officials are ultimately. It's gonna take a long time to wind down trumpism and this vote may have been something of an opportunity. But even this wouldn't have quieted president trump supporters and bizarrely. This wouldn't necessarily be the end for president trump because the biden justice department could still be looking into stuff if the whole rationale is. Hey we can't touch him. He's not the president anymore at the justice department could but can't imagine that joe biden wants to go down that path. He's ready for this to be the biden era. Not the trump era any longer Recline thanks so much. Thanks brad next time on. start here. School's out forever. at least. That's what it sounds like the parents. The new cdc guidelines after the break doing more home these days and thanks to the folks at carmax include car buying shop over fifty thousand carmax certified vehicles at carmax dot com. You can check out three hundred sixty degrees views schedule. A trading appraisal apply for financing and buy online or in the store with curbside pickup and home delivery in select markets. Check out all the details and get started today at carmax dot com carmax. The way it should be you start your day with start here. Start your week with this week. Good morning and welcome to this week. I'm george stephanopoulos. Every sunday we invite the biggest names in politics to discuss the most pressing issues of our time. So did his strategy work against to. I don't think so we go beyond the headlines push past the spin to get to the core of the stories that impact you and our country if you miss this week on. Tv sunday morning. Check out the podcast version of the show wherever you get your podcast At a small private school in north hollywood this morning teachers and students have no problem heading into class because recently teachers and staff there were able to get vaccinated by local hospital which enraged families in the rest of los angeles because teachers there are actually not yet eligible to get vaccinated. I feel like they cut in light of course because how else are you made aware of this without vaccines the a. Teacher's union says it's a health risk to return and as a result the public schools are still closed there while this private school with tuition rates around three thousand dollars. A year is opened. The local hospital says this is actually their fault. They reach out to schools nearby and nate their teachers. Sorry we had the wrong timeline. Well some of the hospital brass have children that yes go to this private school. Getting schools open still one of the biggest hot button issues in the country last week the cdc announced it was going to provide guns on how schools could do this safely. That guidance did not come until the very last day of the week. But it's here. Abc's and florida who covers federal agencies. And what is the cdc saying schools. So on vaccinations brad. They're saying that teachers don't have to be vaccinated to come back to school and to do it safely. They are however sticking with mass and they are talking about six feet of distance. And that's no matter how high the transmission is in your area. I want to underscore that. The safest way to open schools is to ensure that there is as little disease as possible in the community. They've said this before masks and social distancing but these guidelines actually tie it to community transmission level. So they say. Do you live in a blue area. Low transmission Yellow orange or red the highest level of transmission. And if you're living in those red areas they give you specific guidance that absolute feet of distance among students You're.

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"57" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

04:44 min | 9 months ago

"57" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

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"57" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

03:25 min | 9 months ago

"57" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

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"57" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"57" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

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"57" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

02:00 min | 9 months ago

"57" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Not gonna put out the winter soldier in the winner at the because this pervert but i mentioned it off the air but It'll be too late for listening to this on the podcast. Look you see this on the youtube by once. The guy date will friday friday at eleven fifty nine. pm central standard time. we'll be doing a livestream to countdown the into the kickstarter. So december eleven. So yes so. I said like i said i contributed. I put my money where my mouth is. Appreciated you man and match has also regulatory. I'm not. I'm trying to get the word out because we are Recording on december eighth. And do you know what date is. What significance the state holds. Gentlemen mark rate it when. John lennon's estimated eighty right. Yeah yeah yeah. Actually i just want on. Tv said it. What is it exactly forty years but no well the that that is true but also it's little hellfire birthday happy birthday. Lilla allergist make it. We should sing happy birthday every so often. Kona can like sneaking underneath now suck at love birthday. Go facebook you'll see. I don't think i wrote on her wall for her birthday today. Maybe i'll do the heck out all all the lucci god. She's got like a like a like light up. How holly hover board you know when his things that's actually doesn't hover. it has the wheels. The laura were thinking sooner thirties. Too early for midnight midlife crisis. I'm just joking we love. You sounded so.

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"57" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"57" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"And in September of fifty seven Sun records released an instrumental called Raunchy by bill justice a year later when George Harrison was auditioning for John Lennon Paul McCartney. It was Harrison's performance of Raunchy that got him the GIG as lead guitarist for the Beatles..

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"57" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"57" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"James Burton was a hotshot guitar player who also played with Dale Hawkins and it was Burton who came up with one of the greatest guitar riffs of all time, Suzie, Q., which Dale Hawkins also released in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty seven..

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"57" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"57" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Your Book. That he could. Three..

"57" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"57" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"We're GONNA. Take another detour off of our usual path. Three things inspired me to change it up this episode. One of them was the death of Little Richard on May ninth. Little Richard is one of those pillars of rock and roll and essential part of the foundation that all the music we love was built on. Another thing is that I recently finished. A book called the history of Rock and roll volume one by Ed Ward Ed. Ward is one of the greatest rock historians alive, and he's a brilliant writer. This book may be his finest work yet. And it was a great journey through the early years of rock history, so that got me thinking. And finally this happens to be episode number fifty seven so I thought it would be fun to revisit the year nineteen fifty seven now I've always been a sixties and seventies guy. That's where my favorite music comes from, and it's where I think. Rock was its most interesting and exciting, but we never would have gotten that music if it wasn't for the radicals, revolutionaries and rebels who laid the groundwork back in episode fifty. We looked at the year nineteen, sixty five has being one of the pivotal years in music history, but if you WANNA go back to the year where rock and roll really broke through, he got to consider nineteen fifty seven as the watershed year. Of course, rock and roll had major moments before nineteen, fifty seven Elvis Presley made his debut and fifty four Bill Haley also released rock around the clock and fifty four, and of course, the sounds of Blues and country had been converging for years before. But nineteen fifty seven was the year when rock and roll really hit its first peak, when the sheer quantity of great records and important milestones was almost overwhelming, so let's dive in, shall we? I'm ED. From New York City. Probably! Metal. With He. Just. TWEET! At the. He. took. On busy. The Rock and roll trio released their version of train kept rolling soon to be a classic. Trio featured Johnny and Dorsey Burnette. One of the many. Maybe even the I bands with two brothers couldn't stand each other. The third member of the trio was guitarist Paul Burleson. One of the finest guitar players of his generation also released early in nineteen, fifty seven was Carl Perkins matchbox and one of my favorite berry songs. You can't catch me. Turnpike. We. Roll in foaming brisman shower. Come A flattop. With up would be then come waving goodbye. Janina put put in mind. Up. To Roll. Own Inspiring for the. People! That are my week than. New. By. The. Comb Apple Nine. Paid. Off. John Lennon would Nikolai in or to their and use them in come together, which would get him into hot water with Chuck. Berry, but that is a story for another time. On January twenty, first nineteen, fifty seven Chuck Berry recorded school days that teenage national anthem it hit the charts in April, and stayed on the charts for twenty six weeks chuck. Berry was thirty years old, but his lyrics captured the teenage experience better than anyone. Rain rain, go the bed. Duck? Your lucky. On the,.

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"57" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

SciShow Tangents

12:14 min | 1 year ago

"57" Discussed on SciShow Tangents

"Disagree disagree with you now all right so I got three freaking out of that somehow when I really expected to get zero zero you guys were sooon. Pajama train. Early I got lucky. Seems more plausible than pajamas. Seem easier just to put your name on some water. Yeah it's true and like ethnic more of a health thing normally like an extreme like a pro athlete so now I guess it's time for a short break and then we will be back act for the sacked off Welcome back Sam Buck total. Sarah's got one for her poem I've got three Salmon. Stephan Book Got Zero Boy. This feels good. It's a long time since I've felt like I was on top. I am deeply in last place. Yes correct but now you have a chance to get some law because it's time for the fact to panelists have brought science facts to present to the others in an attempt to blow blow our minds. Syrian I San Buck to award the fact that we liked the most and it's Sam of verses Stephan and who will go i. It's it's going to be determined by WHO Answers Trivia question fastest and correct signed so stressful. Okay according to plenty of the younger limb neom clay could be used for all manner of medicinal needs. which did he not specify as something limb Nian Clay Could Cure? One watering is to diarrhea three serpent wounds or four copious ministration watermelons and seducing serpent wounds. Yeah okay way give me all the way through. Because we're neither of us are not the ones you have left are diarrhea and copious menstruation. She Gopher Diarrhea area copious mainstream Stephan. It was diarrhea. Klay doesn't do anything for that but the rest of them watts the corey take this according to what it probably actually helps diarrhea and none of the others. If we're going by the younger as usual track record but you do get to go or you get to choose okay. same go okay thanks in late. Nineteen sixty nine. Apollo Eleven's landing on the moon had given everyone space fever. I have you still got it. Yeah you still have. You weren't even around back then. One of the people with space fever was a New York. SCULPTOR NAMED FROSTY Myers. He decided that he wanted to put the First Work of art on the moon so he collected six sketches from some of the most famous artists at the time. Like Andy Warhol who Drew Pinas Ten Robert Rauschenberg thank and got to work on trying to figure out how to get them onto Apollo twelve which was launching within the next couple months so he got in contact with an arts organization called experiments in art right and technology or eat that had recently been founded by a group of engineers and artists and eats goal was to hook up with scientists to give the artists access just to cutting edge technology but also to inject some humanity and creativity into the technological world that they thought was kind of growing out of control at the time they set Myers up with a scientist at bell. Labs named Fred Walled Hauer who also is one of the CO founders of eat and he used what was at the time state of the art machinery that was was normally used to make circuits for telephones to create sixteen ceramic tablets. Three quarters of an inch by half an inch etched with the tiny reproductions of these six trying things and they called the tablet the Moon Museum so before he talked to eat I think Myers had already approached NASA about getting his art on Apollo twelve the fish and they seemed like they like the idea but then they never really like returned into his calls after that. Well did they see the penis. They probably saw the talk so I think I ever like cool and then they saw the peanuts because there's lots of pictures of it at the time for the newspaper where somebody's thumb is purposefully on top of the Pena's so they probably just didn't think it was like the best optics so they wouldn't return any of his calls or anything like that but wall tower. The guy who made the ceramic tiles had had a plan B. He knew somebody who is working on the project on Apollo twelve so he shipped them a Moon Museum and told them to slip a bit into the land or somewhere which seems like incredibly dangerous. Potentially Yeah No. That's one of the main things you don't want is is objects that you like foreign objects bud that this is what I read that during Apollo twelve engineers and stuff would sneak little pieces of paper and Trinkets and photos into the foil covering on the outside of the lander. Okay that's what they say. At least that was a rumor at least at that this guy had heard so he thought out there was a chance to get it slipped in so two days before launch November twelfth nineteen sixty nine. The artist got a mysterious telegram at his house from Cape Canaveral. That said you're a okay. All systems are go signed John F. who John F. is is a secret that wall tower took with him to his grave. Nobody knows who he sent to John On. F How many junk not alive I think yes. Oh my Gosh Oh okay. We'll probably are we not so there's pretty much no way to know if it actually is up on the moon but potentially the first piece of our moon is the slow ceramic tablet with a penis on the media says it could be viewed as a rocket ship or a penis like feeder around. Now do boosters. Yeah I love it though I love it and I and I like that it might be there in a might not be there. I think once they saw these they could've gone back for three more artists. Why why three more while? Three of them. Look okay. I'm a mouse isn't got it taken off the project. Stephan what do you have for us about. Twenty seven hundred years ago in a kingdom that it is located around present day Jerusalem. It was a time of political instability but also a very stable bureaucratic tax system Which worked out well for these researchers yes and ceramics? I guess the thing that happens is when you are heating up the material within the materials. There's like little magnetic particles that contain iron and and when you get past a certain temperature. Those particles orient themselves based on the direction and strength of the Earth's magnetic field. And then and when you cool it down so once it becomes the pot or whatever. Those particles are locked in that orientation so in this region were this kingdom needs to exist. They found a bunch of clay pots. And they somehow knew that these were used to send goods to the ruler as part of the tax system so they You know fill it with wine and send off your wind shirt. You paid your taxes. Since these were like government goods they stamped them with the royal seal of whoever was ruling at the time so every time. There's a new ruler. There was a new seal Because of that they can tell when each jar was made based on what seal was raise on the thing to within about thirty years right. And so they've been able to create this timeline of what the earth's magnetic field was like during the six hundred year span based on all these jar handles. But when you have to know which way the jar was facing when it cooled down the particles Orient based on the direction and the strength of the magnet magnetic field. They don't know where exactly the jars were made So they can't necessarily tell anything based on the direction but they can tell stuff about the strength of the magnetic field. That's the part that involves ceramics from that. They learned that during that first part of a sixth century time line nine that was about the eighth century to the second century. BC been during the first part of that the strength of the magnetic field spikes to about two and a half times what it is today today. Which one of the articles mentioned that might be the strongest? It's ever been then after that. It declined by almost thirty percent over the next thirty years and then remained kind of stable for the rest of that period. Declining slowly and that is a much faster and sharper change in magnetic field strength than we knew was possible for earth's magnetic field old and I guess just for comparison we've been measuring the field directly for the last like almost two hundred years since we invented magnetometers and in that time over two hundred years. We've seen it decreased by about ten percent in strength so thirty percent in thirty years is pretty significant and then they're also hoping that they can go. Oh so the backwards with it where they have this timeline of what the magnetic field is doing. They can find artifacts that don't have a stamp and then you could match it to about timeline and like date them that way. Another weird thing that I found in this was that the amount of carbon fourteen that is produced depends on the strength of the Earth's magnetic field field and so and that's the isotope that we use for carbon dating and so when the Earth's magnetic field is weaker there's more carbon fourteen reduced right which Jews how old we think the thing is and so by knowing having a good sense of how the field strength was changing. Who can match? You can get rid rid of that skewing and get more accurate data so to explain how those two seemingly completely unrelated things are related. Carbon Fourteen is produced wind solar wins like Solar Radiation Hits Carbon in our atmosphere. And so that's like a fairly steady process. But when the magnetic field is less strong more solar winds interact with our atmosphere if the magnetic fields really strong with that have negative effects that anybody would ever notice no. I don't think so filming. NATICK field make magnets work like on fridges. Not Okay. I'll magnetic field but a different Little imagine yeah inside the magnetically button on your junk. In the way that there are different electric currents they're different electric fields and their in different magnetic fields that can be in different scales depending on what system. You're talking like the way that your magnet interacting with your fridge is a much smaller magnetic field but like the one that is affecting the whole earth but if you like calculated the very small magnetic field the earth is probably influencing a fractional amount because it's like within the larger field. This is the part of physics where my brain goes. But I don't I don't know why they let me Graduate College uh-huh okay dodgers put you in the same boat as insane clown posse. Someone made this joke because I also said I didn't understand magnets and honest with my friends like a couple days ago and then this save three word phrase came up and I still don't understand insane clown posse band was called miracles and talk about all the things that happened in the world that are miraculously and one of the lines in the song is magnets. How do they work? I mean look at look it up but then it wouldn't be a miracle anymore yeah Also like ultimately like the forces we understand them but also where did any of it come from yes so oh episode grew. ICP is right. Yeah they're speaking to the scale and limit of human understanding. Here it does make it a miracle. Okay Eh debatable. Insane clowns like I WANNA make a song about miracles rainbows I understand rainbows. Yeah they might understand him. They just like their song list of things that they like. You can like things without knowing how they work dachshund. Wha- what's that was fine.

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