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"alfred" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

03:56 min | 2 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Interesting guy. Born in eighteen eighty in germany got his degree in astronomy but became meteorologist which was still a rather new field at the time. His primary interest was in the northern polar regions. And how air circulated. He participated in four expeditions to greenland and was one of the first meteorologist to adopt the use of weather balloons. However meteorology and expeditions to greenland aren't what alfred wegener is best known for its for his contributions to geology and geophysics. The idea that he is remembered for began innocently enough on christmas day nineteen ten. He was at his friend's house when he began looking at his brand new world. Atlas he made the observation that south america and africa seemed like they fit together like pieces in a puzzle. I should that he was far from the first person to notice this once. Decent maps began being published. In the last part of the sixteenth century people. i observed the same thing. The first person we know of who made the observation was dutch. Cartographer abraham or telling us or telling us created the first modern atlas in fifteen seventy which means he was probably the first person to have the idea because no one before that really had a good grasp of the geography of the continent's william colby wrote in his book on geologic history. Quote abraham are telling us in his work to doris geographic suggested that the americas were torn away from europe and africa by earthquakes and floods and went on to say the vestiges of the rupture. Reveal themselves if someone brings forward a map of the world and considers carefully the coasts of the three continents and quote. Ortelius was far from alone after him. The idea that the continents fit together somehow kept popping up theater. Christoph lilienthal alexander von humboldt antonio snider pellegrini and alfred russel wallace all made the same observation one or two hundred years before moreover there were several other scientists just a decade before who came to a similar conclusion. In fact. there's a good chance that you probably made the same observation. One of the first times that you saw a world map they took the idea to another level however he began by cutting up maps and piecing the landmasses together like a puzzle. He was able to put the continents together into one giant continent that he named panja from the greek words for all and land. I should note. That wasn't just piecing together the land that we can see today but the continental shelves which actually fit together much better. This would be sea levels about two hundred meters lower than what they are today over. This wasn't just a physical puzzle. Shapes good fit together by coincidence. The fact that something is convex and something else is concave. Doesn't prove that they were once connected. Vigor then began looking for more lines of evidence. Any found lots of them. Animals would oftentimes be similar on different continents. Marsupials in australia looked like marsupials and south america moreover the tapeworms which infect the animals on both sides were similar likewise he noted similarities and plant species as well layer geological formations ended on one continent and then restarted again on another continent. The appalachian mountains in north america are similar to the mountains found in greenland ireland britain and norway. And perhaps most importantly the location of certain fossils could be found across different continents for example messa soroush fossils which is a small freshwater. Crocodile can only be found in brazil and south africa. It was inconceivable that a small reptile across the ocean. A land reptile called a licensor source was found in similar rocks in africa india and antarctica. What separated vagueness theory from those who came before him was how thorough he assembled as evidence. He presented his theory for the first time on january six nineteen twelve to the german geological association and he initially called his theory continental displacement the records from the meeting note that there was no discussion.

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"alfred" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:19 min | 2 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"It was a really interesting guy. Born in eighteen eighty in germany got his degree in astronomy but became meteorologist which was still a rather new field at the time. His primary interest was in the northern polar regions. And how air circulated. He participated in four expeditions to greenland and was one of the first meteorologist to adopt the use of weather balloons. However meteorology and expeditions to greenland aren't what alfred wegener is best known for its for his contributions to geology and geophysics. The idea that he is remembered for began innocently enough on christmas day nineteen ten. He was at his friend's house when he began looking at his brand new world. Atlas he made the observation that south america and africa seemed like they fit together like pieces in a puzzle. I should that he was far from the first person to notice this once. Decent maps began being published. In the last part of the sixteenth century people. i observed the same thing. The first person we know of who made the observation was dutch. Cartographer abraham or telling us or telling us created the first modern atlas in fifteen seventy which means he was probably the first person to have the idea because no one before that really had a good grasp of the geography of the continent's william colby wrote in his book on geologic history. Quote abraham are telling us in his work to doris geographic suggested that the americas were torn away from europe and africa by earthquakes and floods and went on to say the vestiges of the rupture. Reveal themselves if someone brings forward a map of the world and considers carefully the coasts of the three continents and quote. Ortelius was far from alone after him. The idea that the continents fit together somehow kept popping up theater. Christoph lilienthal alexander von humboldt antonio snider pellegrini and alfred russel wallace all made the same observation one or two hundred years before moreover there were several other scientists just a decade before who came to a similar conclusion. In fact. there's a good chance that you probably made the same observation. One of the first times that you saw a world map they took the idea to another level however he began by cutting up maps and piecing the landmasses together like a puzzle. He was able to put the continents together into one giant continent that he named panja from the greek words for all and land.

greenland Cartographer abraham william colby doris geographic alfred wegener Ortelius Christoph lilienthal alexander africa south america panja alfred russel wallace germany americas abraham europe appalachian mountains australia north america norway
Alfred Wegner Takes Continental Drift to the Next Level

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:19 min | 2 months ago

Alfred Wegner Takes Continental Drift to the Next Level

"It was a really interesting guy. Born in eighteen eighty in germany got his degree in astronomy but became meteorologist which was still a rather new field at the time. His primary interest was in the northern polar regions. And how air circulated. He participated in four expeditions to greenland and was one of the first meteorologist to adopt the use of weather balloons. However meteorology and expeditions to greenland aren't what alfred wegener is best known for its for his contributions to geology and geophysics. The idea that he is remembered for began innocently enough on christmas day nineteen ten. He was at his friend's house when he began looking at his brand new world. Atlas he made the observation that south america and africa seemed like they fit together like pieces in a puzzle. I should that he was far from the first person to notice this once. Decent maps began being published. In the last part of the sixteenth century people. i observed the same thing. The first person we know of who made the observation was dutch. Cartographer abraham or telling us or telling us created the first modern atlas in fifteen seventy which means he was probably the first person to have the idea because no one before that really had a good grasp of the geography of the continent's william colby wrote in his book on geologic history. Quote abraham are telling us in his work to doris geographic suggested that the americas were torn away from europe and africa by earthquakes and floods and went on to say the vestiges of the rupture. Reveal themselves if someone brings forward a map of the world and considers carefully the coasts of the three continents and quote. Ortelius was far from alone after him. The idea that the continents fit together somehow kept popping up theater. Christoph lilienthal alexander von humboldt antonio snider pellegrini and alfred russel wallace all made the same observation one or two hundred years before moreover there were several other scientists just a decade before who came to a similar conclusion. In fact. there's a good chance that you probably made the same observation. One of the first times that you saw a world map they took the idea to another level however he began by cutting up maps and piecing the landmasses together like a puzzle. He was able to put the continents together into one giant continent that he named panja from the greek words for all and land.

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All About Afrezza Inhalable Insulin and MannKind with CEO Mike Castagna

Diabetes Connections with Stacey Simms Type 1 Diabetes

02:14 min | 3 months ago

All About Afrezza Inhalable Insulin and MannKind with CEO Mike Castagna

"Thanks for joining me. I'm really excited to catch up and and learn. I'm stuttering because i can't believe this is the first time we're talking to you. But thanks for coming on. I'll thank you raviol- super excited before we jump in and start talking about a raza. Can you give us some perspective. Kind of dial back because mankind is not. It's not a name that came out of nowhere. There's really important history. Can you talk about that a little bit. I sure mankind comes from our founder named alfred mann and now man was a true innovator he started i think seventeen companies and everything from you know to cook lawyer. Implants to the pacemaker To insulin pumps that many of us know. Today's medtronic used to be called mini. Med and now man built on pumps over the eighties nineties and was very successful and sold that company to medtronic and then he took literally one billion dollars of his own money and invested in mankind and he had put this coming together Through three companies the on the technology to make a freezer would was was really combination of companies. And the reason he was so dedicated as he saw in the market which we now see today on c. gm was that the variability in mealtime control was so high and fluctuations. You see the influence takes about an hour and a half to kick in. And it's hard to get real time control if you can't get a fast acting insulin. And so he stood up to make a real thing. Insulin so president inhaled Monarch and that was really what the magic was in our technology making a dry powder was was if you heard different face cream. We have basically large dob machines and our our factory reverie free dry the particles to make a freezer and Under stabilized monomer form. So when you're inhaling you're inhaling informed that soon as it's in your blood active for when you inject it has its heck summer and has the breakdown about forty five minutes. And that's how you can make it stabilize in injectable form But it has to break down and then starts working. And that's why there's always dislike effect between you know we see jekyll. On inhaled also very different products were categorized with mealtime rapid acting but named mankind comes from alabama and guy who probably sixty people in pumps there pumpkin. He created so on amazing. Gentlemen huge contributions diabetes and people alive today because of his work and his generosity. Rovan take that forward here and kids and frozen hilton

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Statue of Confederate general removed from a Louisiana city hall

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Statue of Confederate general removed from a Louisiana city hall

"Washington, a statue of a Confederate general has been removed from a prominent spot outside of City Hall in South Louisiana. Spectators cheered Saturday is a crane lifted the figure of General Alfred Mountain of a pedestal, Lafayette. United Daughters of the Confederacy donated the statute of the city in 1922. This

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"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

04:01 min | 5 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Alfred rocked back and forth hammering out something loud and lang all the crying somehow impossibly got even louder sleep he said. Come on. you gotta sleep. A memory swam into his mind like a fish up from the depths. He was walking back and forth in the living room of the old house. His young son marlin on his shoulder. Fussing and crying sleep. He said come on. You gotta sleep. He laid his son down on the couch. He was getting too big to carry for long. Will you play me a song. Marlin asked just one. Alfred looked at him and then smiled. In spite of himself he loved to play for people and marlin knew it. M- okay but just one. Alfred sat at his piano and began to play. It wasn't anything he had ever played before or even heard before it was just a little something to make his son happy and by the time he had finished. The boy was snoring softly behind him. Alfred snapped back to the present. What was he doing. Was he really slamming on his piano. Having a battle of noise with a his hands changed on their own accord before he knew it. Alfred wasn't hammering the keys. He was playing a lullaby the one he had first played for his son all those years ago.

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"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

04:00 min | 5 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

"Alfred rocked back and forth. Hammering out something loud and lang the crying somehow impossibly got even louder sleep he said. Come on you gotta sleep. A memory swam into his mind like fish up from the depths. He was walking back and forth in the living room of the old house. His young son marlin on his shoulder. Fussing and crying sleep. He said come on. You gotta sleep. He laid his son down on the couch. He was getting too big to carry for long. Will you play me a song. Marlin asked just one. Alfred looked at him and then smiled. In spite of himself he loved to play for people. And marlins new it m- okay but just one. Alfred sat at his piano and began to play. It wasn't anything he had ever played before or even heard before it was just a little something to make his son happy and by the time he had finished. The boy was snoring softly behind him. Alfred snapped back to the present. What was he doing. Was he really slamming on his piano. Having a battle of noise with a baby his hands changed on their own accord before he knew it. Alfred wasn't hammering the keys. He was playing a lullaby the one he had first played for his son. All those years ago it came as easy as always and itself to write.

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"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

04:19 min | 5 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

"Sudden and startling as a shot came the splitting cry of a baby who didn't want to go to bed. The piano music faltered and crashed to a halt and old threw up his hands com on. He said to himself. You already cry all day. Now you have to cry during my pin time to. Alfred stomped away from his piano enough. That had no one to play for now. He couldn't even play for himself. The baby kept crying and he could hear the parents trying and failing to get it to go to sleep wall. whatever. He muttered cry at all out. I'll play tomorrow. He threw up his hands and went to bed early with earplugs. The next day went pretty much. the same. Alfred turned his radio up to deal with the crying and mostly managed to go about his day. He knew the parents were probably doing their best to keep the baby quiet and of course they were probably starved for sleep themselves but he didn't like how it had become his problem to stay sane went on a long walk to the park and fed. Some ducks then stopped at his favorite deli. On the way home packed full of sandwich and pickles. He sat down at the piano that night with silence in the air and a smile on his lips. What do we play tonight to himself. Shuffling papers something slow something. Something a little jazzy. Oh i know oh come on. He said burying his head in his hands. Not again but it was happening again and again and again the baby would wail and cry at bedtime. At alfred would quit his playing. Some people would have gotten used to it but to alfred. Not being able to play piano before bed was like not having dinner. It just left him a little empty a little hungry and all kinds of surly. After a week of the baby. Having a bedtime. Alfred was ready to lose it. He turned his radio all the way up to drown out the crying but it didn't work. Alfred suspected that the baby was crying louder just to spite him. Of course he knew the thought was ridiculous but he suspected all the same. The baby went blessedly quiet around dinnertime. But when alfred sat down at the piano to play the crying started before he had even touched the keys. That does it. He said slamming out a chord. I won't be letting up baby. Take away my favorite time. My special time. He started to play regardless a calming.

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"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

04:19 min | 5 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Sudden and startling as a shot came the splitting cry of a baby. Who didn't want to go to bed. The piano music faltered and crashed to a halt and old. Alfred threw up his hands com on. He said to himself. You already cry all day. Now you have to cry during my piano time to. Alfred stomped away from his piano. It was bad enough that he had no one to play for now. He couldn't even play for himself. The baby kept crying and he could hear the parents trying and failing to get it to go to sleep while whatever. He muttered cry at all out. I'll play tomorrow. He threw up his hands and went to bed early with earplugs. The next day went pretty much. the same. Alfred turned his radio up to deal with the crying and mostly managed to go about his day. He knew the parents were probably doing their best to keep the baby quiet and of course they were probably starved for sleep themselves but he didn't like how it had become his problem to stay sane. He went on a long walk to the park and fed. Some ducks then stopped at his favorite deli. On the way home packed full of sandwich and pickles. He sat down at the piano that night with silence in the air and a smile on his lips. What do we play tonight. He said to himself shuffling papers. Something slow something fast. Something a little jazzy. Oh i know oh come on. He said burying his head in his hands. Not again but it was happening again and again and again the baby would wail and cry at bedtime. At alfred would quit his playing. Some people would have gotten used to it but to alfred. Not being able to play piano before bed was like not having dinner. It just left him a little empty a little hungry and all kinds of surly. After a week of the baby. Having a bedtime. Alfred was ready to lose it. He turned his radio all the way up to drown out the crying but it didn't work. Alfred suspected that the baby was crying louder just to spite him. Of course he knew the thought was ridiculous but he suspected it all the same. The baby went blessedly quiet around dinnertime. But when alfred sat down at the piano to play the crying started before he had even touched the keys. That does it. He said slamming out a cord. I won't be letting a baby take away. My favorite time. My special time. He started to play. Regardless a calming.

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"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

03:01 min | 5 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast: A Bedtime Show for Kids of All Ages

"Alfred played every night his wrinkled fingers dancing across the keys but he found. It wasn't as fun as it used to be for years. He had a captive audience every night. His husband loved to listen to him. Play and the kids did too even though they would have the most ridiculous requests. His daughter bernadette never tired of songs from the muppet show or the little mermaid and could sing. Every characters part in every single song from les miserables marlin howled with laughter whenever alfred played old disco songs and john would sing along to the. Bg's or donna. Summer in a crackling falsetto and of course when he couldn't sleep marlin would ask for the lullaby alfred side. He missed those days. He still loved to play and it wasn't like he hated playing for himself but he had always thought that music was meant to be shared. Of course when you had no one to share it with music could also be excellent company. Unlike the neighbors oh the neighbors you see. After those first few quiet months something had happened. And since alfred never really saw them just heard them through the thin apartment walls he was totally unprepared for the arrival of their new. They're loud new baby. Alfred had never been the biggest fan of newborns. His own kids had been adopted when they were a little older and they had never been much for crying. The upstairs baby though crying seem to be just about his favorite thing in the world. No sooner would alfred sit down to relax. When from upstairs echoing effortlessly through the thin walls the baby would start to wail and wail and wail. He would bellow at breakfast. He would streak like a loon at lunch. There was forever a dinner at dinner and even disaster at desert. All of that was bad enough but alfred found he could turn the radio up and drown it out but then after a few months a baby bedtime schedule started to happen like clockwork. The new parents would lay the baby down to sleep around seven at night. Also known as alfred's piano time the first night had happened. Alfred sat down at his big piano with a smile. The white keys gone just a little sallow with age but then again so hit he. The old man shuffled his sheet. Music wiggled his fingers took a deep.

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"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

03:01 min | 5 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Alfred played every night his wrinkled fingers dancing across the keys but he found. It wasn't as fun as it used to be for years. He had a captive audience every night. His husband loved to listen to him. Play and the kids did too even though they would have the most ridiculous requests. His daughter bernadette never tired of songs from the muppet show or the little mermaid and could sing. Every characters part in every single song from les miserables marlin howled with laughter whenever alfred played old disco songs and john would sing along to the. Bg's or donna. Summer in a crackling falsetto and of course when he couldn't sleep marlin would ask for the lullaby alfred side. He missed those days. He still loved to play and it wasn't like he hated playing for himself but he had always thought that music was meant to be shared. Of course when you had no one to share it with music could also be excellent company. Unlike the upstairs neighbors. Oh the neighbors you see. After those first few quiet months something had happened. And since alfred never really saw them just heard them through the thin apartment walls he was totally unprepared for the arrival of their new baby. They're loud new baby. Alfred had never been the biggest fan of newborns. His own kids had been adopted when they were a little older and they had never been much for crying. The upstairs baby though crying seemed to be just about his favorite thing in the world. No sooner would alfred sit down to relax. When from upstairs echoing effortlessly through the thin walls the baby would start to wail and wail and wail. He would bellow at breakfast. He would streak like a loon at lunch. There was forever a din at dinner and even disaster at desert. All of that was bad enough but alfred found he could turn the radio up and drown it out but then after a few months a baby bedtime schedule started to happen like clockwork. The new parents would lay the baby down to sleep around seven at night. Also known as alfred's piano time the first night had happened. Alfred sat down at his big piano with a smile. The white keys had gone just a little sallow with age but then again so hit he. The old man shuffled his sheet music wiggled. His fingers took a deep.

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"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

04:43 min | 5 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Hello welcome to stories podcast. I'm your host. amanda weldon. Today story is called. alfred's new audience. Unoriginal story written for you by daniel. Hynes today we'd like to say a special. Thank you to fe. And autumn bowman and their family in eugene oregon malin and coralline and their family called her and his family in rockport maine grace olive and clementine and their family and montgomery texas tommy and kit and their family in portland oregon and allison and nathan and their family in newton massachusetts. Thank you so much. Nathan alison kit. Tommy clementine olive grace. Calder coralline malin autumn. And faye you are. What makes it possible for us to continue to produce fun new stories for our listeners. If you would like to support stories podcast and get every episode ad free head over to patriot dot com slash stories. And join for just one dollars a month if you'd like access to all of our e books or terrific. Thank you in a future episode. That's also available at patriot dot com slash stories. We have new stories. Podcast facemasks available. Check those out. Plus all of our other merge at stories podcasts dot com slash shop and. Don't forget to follow us on instagram. At stories podcast. If you send us a drawing of your favorite scene or character we'll share it on our feed. Now here's a word from our sponsors. We believe that stories are magic so when we find a great one we can't wait to share it far far away on the planet floor. Abadie named bobby wonder was born but his parents relocated the family to earth. Right after the birth. So bobby grew up having no idea. He was an alien until his tenth birthday. that is. Can you imagine waking up on your birthday to find out that you can fly and talk to ducks created by a new york times bestselling children's author produced by the emmy award winning go kid go team and voiced by community star. Danny pudi bobby wonder is one of the fastest growing children's podcasts. With good reason visit go kid. Go dot com for more information and find. Bobby wonder on apple podcasts. Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Meet the toy. New york magazine calls radio lab for kids. The tony box is a screen free digital listening experience for little listeners ages. Three and up. It comes to life paired with tony's collectible figurines with stories and songs to share ranging from classic tales to disney favorites. The tony box was invented by two dads who like many parents were concerned about the amount of time. Their kids were spending staring at screens. In addition to an ever-growing selection of content to choose from the tony box features controls that were specially designed for little listeners. So kids can easily adjust volume rewind fast forward and swap stories all in their own making it perfect for independent play with no wires or need for a wifi connection after the initial setup. The tony box is truly portable and ready to take storytime wherever your family rome's use code stories to receive twenty percent off your purchase of ninety nine dollars ninety nine cents or more at tony's dot com. That's t. o. N. i. e. s. dot com for twenty percent off your purchase of ninety nine ninety nine or more with code stories. Thanks enjoy the episode. Alfred's new audience. Once upon a time an old man named alfred was trying to play the piano. But it wasn't going well truly though it wasn't any fault of alfred's he had practiced for decades and was as fine a piano player as you could wish for. No the problem came from his new apartment. You see his two children had grown and moved away for jobs and school in the city and his husband. John had passed away a few years back. It was only alfred left and his old house felt far too empty when he walked around. He felt like he had when he was a little boy wearing his father's shirt. It was just too big and not quite right. He figured a small apartment big enough for his piano of course would do just the trick so he found one sold his big old house and moved. The apartment was fine just exactly what he wanted but what. He didn't count on where the upstairs neighbors the neighbors. They were a young couple and nice enough honestly for the first few months. Alfred didn't really think about them at all. He would sit at his piano in the evenings as he loved to do and play his music. He played typically songs.

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Adrienne Rich was One of the Most Widely-Praised Poets of the 20th Century

Encyclopedia Womannica

01:56 min | 5 months ago

Adrienne Rich was One of the Most Widely-Praised Poets of the 20th Century

"We're talking about one of the most widely taught widely read and widely praised poets at the twentieth century. Her burke brought the minute show of women's lives into the spotlight challenging the idea that to right from the female perspective was uninspired and undeserving of attention. Let's talk about adrienne rich when she was born in baltimore in nineteen twenty nine adrienne rich's parents thought she would be a boy they'd plan to name her after her father. Arnold a doctor. Instead arnold decided his daughter adrienne would be a literary prodigy by the age of four. Adrienne could read and write by six. She wrote her first poetry book by seven a fifty page play about the trojan war. This is the child we needed and deserved her mother. Helen wrote in a notebook. Helen had been a concert pianist and had given up her career for marriage. And motherhood as much as adrian's childhood was marked by long hours in her father's library her mother's sadness and lack of agency left a lasting impression to in nineteen fifty one while a senior at radcliffe college. Adrian experienced her first big break her poetry manuscript. A change of world won the yale younger poets prize. The prize came with a publishing contract. W h auden wrote the foreword and reviewers loved it. At twenty two years old. Adrian became a critical darling soon thereafter. She won a guggenheim fellowship. Which funded additional studies at oxford. There she met alfred. Conrad a graduate student from harvard. Despite her father's disapproval and married alfred. Nineteen fifty three

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Two Viewpoints on the US Economic Forecast for 2021

Planet Money

02:03 min | 5 months ago

Two Viewpoints on the US Economic Forecast for 2021

"Gonna have to economic forecasters diana alfred. Who are going to make specific predictions about what is going to happen with jobs with inflation and with housing in the united states for the rest of the year also unlike some economic forecasters who make their predictions and then disappear if they things wrong. Alfredo and diane have courageously agreed to come back on the show in january and talk about both what they got right and what they got wrong and when they come back we'll see who's forecasts were closer to reality and we're doing this show because it's a good way to think about these very high stakes economic questions that we're facing right now and also we actually want the answers we wanna know. We'll hear from contestant number two. Alfredo romero in just a minute but first contestant number one diane swonk how many jobs will. Us economy add every month for the rest of the year and just for context here. The us has been adding around five hundred thousand jobs per month in the past few months. I think the economy will add four hundred and fifty thousand payroll jobs a month on average through the end of the year. We asked diane how she got to this number and she said she started with what the economy is doing right now today. We're sizzling very hot sizzling hot. Yes yes hot. Hot hot grow the. Us economy is so bouyant that just passed his previous peak. But we're still seven point six million jobs in the hole. Let's just stop say that again the. Us economy is bigger than it was before the pandemic but we have seven point six million fewer jobs before and there are few things going on here. One is the extraordinary amount of borrowing and spending that the federal government has been doing which has done a lot to get the economy growing again. Another factor according to diane maybe that businesses figured out during the pandemic how to sell more stuff with fewer workers take restaurants. Diane pointed out to us that americans are now spending more on restaurant food right now than we were before the pandemic despite the fact that the number of restaurant jobs has fallen by more than a million

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"alfred" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:21 min | 7 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Alfred Banality, MD. Here Euros. Kimberly Bermel been naughty and co host. Heated Ugur and Jeff lack staff. Thank you so much when listening and watching American medicine today I am Kimberly been naughty along with my friends. Ethan, you cur and Jeff Wagstaff. Now, this week's Senate Democrats began to move on their election reform legislation for the People Act. But Republican critics are opposed to build, calling it a democratic power grab that would make voter fraud even easier to commit. Joining us to discuss is Lauren Bowman, spokeswoman for the Public Interest Legal Foundation and former member of the Trump White House communications team. Thank you for joining us. Thanks for having me on. Absolutely. Now. Can you break down What's in this bill for us? What are they trying to change? Because we're hearing things that there's you know, Same day voter registration, which could really be chaotic for election officials. At least one would think And then kind of automatic voter registration through federal databases. Should we really trust that? Yeah. So one of the things that would implement that would require all 50 states toe have same day voter registration. So you show up to the polls on election day, and they're required to let you register to vote with no proof of I d. There's no safeguards that there you're proving who you say you are that you live in the district and all of that. So that's just so much chaos for election workers on the day of Election Day, and then Yeah, What they're going to say is we're gonna implement automatic voter registration forever. One in every federal and state databases. So, for example, the D M V. Your driver's license. There are tons of people who have driver's license that aren't eligible to vote because maybe they're a green card holder, a foreigner or they're underage. They're 16 years old and driving. They shouldn't be on the voter rolls. So there's some issues with that that just creating Evolution to be on the voter rolls, and that makes it where they can actually to the polls and vote. I love other Democrats are spinning this, though you know. Biden infamously called it Jim Crow on steroids. What does that have to do with discrimination and race to me? It just It's the Democrats wanting as many people to vote that are probably gonna vote Democrat as possible. That's why they want to change the law. Know exactly. They always play the race card anytime they don't agree with something right? It has to be that it's racist. Well, one of the things that they point to, as we saw in Georgia is voter. I d. All right, D they say, is a racist requirement. It's trying to keep minorities from voting. Well, actually, over 70% of the American people support voter idea requirements. They think it's common sense also, I think, get Insulting to say that a minority can't get a idee on. Do you know that's one of the funny things we stall in Georgia is you know, the MLB moved their game out of Atlanta because of it. Well, you know, the Major League Baseball requires you to have an idea. When you pick up your tickets from will call Everyone in society today has an idea. And you know, if you don't this law, they do all voter I d requirements. They always provide access to help get people a identification card for hurry. Lauren. That's an excellent point that it's been made to seem that if you ask someone for a navy that that somehow racist, But as you pointed out, there's not many things that you conduce in society today. Without an I D. So why would something is important as voting? Where does that come from? Other than just trying to get, as Ethan said, is many people on the tax or on the voting registration is possible. Where does this racist angle come from? Because white Black Asian Martian. You have to have an I D the function in society. Exactly. And we find in polls that over 65% of African Americans support voter I d requirements, So this has nothing to do with race. What Republicans want is we want to make it easier to vote but harder to cheat. And it seems like through this legislation with the Democrats are proposing is Let's make it as easy to vote as possible and it's easy to cheat. It's possible we don't wanna have to have people proved that they are who they say they are on day. I think the only reason for that could be they're hoping to protect their majority by voter fraud, which is just it should be bipartisan. We all in our country should want free and fair elections where we can trust the results. And I don't think that this s one is that with that in mind at all, it's complete opposite. It's a hijack of our republic. Well, I'm just wondering if you have to go to say Sam's Club Costco. You can't get through the door without your cute little idea is that now considered racist and all universities you have your ID e. And you have to show ideas sometimes to get your discounts. If you go to the movie theater, all those things truly racist. Exactly. You have to have an idea to get on a flight. So we're all airlines Racist. It just goes to prove how Hippocratic the Democrat Party has become. I mean, now and ideas, racist. It's just come on like it demeans what real racism is in this country on We have obviously come very far from the 19 sixties to where we are now. On. There are no doubt are some still issues of real racism that exist. But this you just are the calling wolf. It makes it. It's just dressed. Disgusting to me as an American, I you come on. Come on, man. Right As sleepy Joe would say Lauren s so tell us about your group. And what specifically, you all are doing to combat this? Yes. So we are a I've a one c three nonprofit, a nonprofit tax deductible organization called the Public Interest Legal Foundation. So we are working tirelessly to educate the public about what HR one is, but we also what we do is we are. We are a law firm, so we bring up in cases. Come across this country and states about voter integrity issues, and we actually just had like a huge win in North Carolina this week, where we forced the government to agree to disclose documents about foreigners registering and voting and elections..

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Garland States Domestic Terrorism Is 'Still With Us'

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:33 sec | 8 months ago

Garland States Domestic Terrorism Is 'Still With Us'

"26 years ago Today, 168 people were killed at the Alfred P. Murrah Government Building in Oklahoma City in a domestic terrorism act. U. S Attorney General Merrick Garland led the prosecution of Timothy McVeigh, who was convicted in that attack. During a remembrance ceremony today, Garland said domestic terrorism remains a real threat. Although many years have passed. The terror perpetrated by people like Timothy McVeigh is still with us. Darling says the Department of Justice is pouring all its resource is into stopping domestic violent

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Mother's Day Picks we Love (April's Eco Picks)

Good Together: Ethical, Eco-Friendly, Sustainable Living

02:26 min | 8 months ago

Mother's Day Picks we Love (April's Eco Picks)

"Mother's day is just around the corner friendly. Psa it's on. Sunday may ninth and besides being a great reminder to celebrate the most important women in your life it is also a day when we as consumers spent a lot of money in this episode. Laura and i share our favorite. Apple's echo product fines and give you creative ideas for waste free and planet. Friendly mother's day gives aura. Hey how's it going good ed. I'm excited to do another of our favorite kind of episode serious right our eco-friendly peaks in products. And right now. We are in april and the where lesin a month away from the second biggest holiday of the year. i guess after christmas of course It's mother's day and yeah just wanted to share you guys know me a whenever we talk about this high spending holidays. I love to share with you. Some data numbers and are on average. According to national regional duration. People up lending spent two hundred and five dollars. Mondays ski gifts and celebrations. So that's that's not a little for a of the us and so there's going to be a lot of spending and is a reminder. Every dollar he spent is a vote for the kind of world. You want to leave it. So let's get into alfred products curated by laura. Yeah and i feel like mother's day. I mean it's just totally depending on your family like how much you celebrate it growing up. I think we we did more for my mom what i was like at home. But i'm excited to you know. I always love to send flowers that are from eco-friendly brands. We talk about that a little bit. But we're also gonna talk about like some ruffy physical stuff. So yeah you want to get a start at liza. Yeah starting without favorite pedagogy. You guys are ready. It's kitchen so yeah one of the things that i have been really experimenting with this year is trying to defend olive oils You know we're cooking oil especially extra virgin olive. Oil is extremely extremely healthy. You can actually cook with it pretty much anything unless you like deep frying their this kind of a myth that you know obviously you. You should not be using it. It's very high temperatures but actually most of the day to day cooking. You're not using this Extremely high temperatures at you cannot use olive oil and again oil extroversion. Wine is one of the most Healthy olive oil auctions. You can

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Episode 134: Road Rage - burst 12

The Swearwolves

04:53 min | 8 months ago

Episode 134: Road Rage - burst 12

"Funny can you whistle. Yeah i can't. I cannot weasel have this. I'd like i really suck it with like i really have to try to get sound and then that sound is just like it's just very like soft like you see those people like theme parks or whatever and they're like wanting to get the attention that i can't do that i don't know how they do that. I don't know why they put their tongue their fingers in their mouth but even whistling to get someone's attention like my wife and i will joke about this because i'll be all it's like. No sounds like we know what could hear it so every once in a while like i'll whistle songs. Yeah and it's like. Give me a song just song like a popular song that i would know god bed to the bone. Okay so they that's how bad it is. But i'll do it as a joke and my wife. Because i'll be like three breathy. So that being said david. It's game showtime the this welcome ladies and gentleman to the first ever episode of the swear wolves game. What see whistling. here's your host brett anderson. Begging village botch. It's good to be here. We have our contested. David david i am going to whistle and they got it gets with sleep. Famous horror themes songs from famous horror movies. Okay and you have to guess okay. I don't know how many we're gonna do until it gets. Hold adapted devon devon. David rela the play. What's he wesleyan. Yes bring it on. We're going to start off with something somewhat easy halloween. Yes diving board thing all right but was following theme by child carpenter. Dr. this is still in the horror realm. Okay so over here. It's not all movies okay. All right alfred hitchcock presents yes. Good look to for to house my whistling up. It's very breath all right. This is one this a little bit easy to. Is there a draft in here johnson. Three for three with a little bit harder. This is going to be hard for me. I think we've already established that. It's hard for me to whistle anything okay. We'll do this one. Oh gremlins ooh watson. Well slid four four a make an even five out of five with this last one here so much pressure. This is a hard one. No no god. Which one am i going to feel. Shut okay mega. Five five with this one. This is the fifth. Ought to make it five out of five. Become the champion in the history of. What's he leslie. oh street. And you're dollar champion. Everybody's new favorite game show. Let's see wow feels good. I did not know that you can't whistle. That's money what are you talking about the perfectly you're gonna get out of five

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Duck Duck Goose Coming to Washington, DC

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 8 months ago

Duck Duck Goose Coming to Washington, DC

"Locations this summer Duck Duck Goose is opening a DC location in DuPont Circle. We've been fortunate to survive the pandemic in the Maryland locations, a lot of landlords they were willing to let out. Their current tenants provided they were able to find a replacement for the chef Ashish Alfred will take over 2100 P Street Northwest, formerly vintage 78. We're not trying to reinvent the wheel from a culinary perspectives. We served two hits Plan on seeing Patty on the menu plan on seeing some great cheese is on the menu. He'll serve both classic French wines and alcohol free drinks. I learned very quickly in my own sobriety that for me, there weren't really a lot of options, so we started coming up with our own zero proof cocktails. The French brasserie aims to open in June Jason friendly Deputy Open is coming up in money news product shortages that are causing

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Video of fatal shooting in NW Atlanta uploaded to Instagram

Clark Howard

00:36 sec | 9 months ago

Video of fatal shooting in NW Atlanta uploaded to Instagram

"Crime in broad daylight, apparently posted on social media. WSB. Cheryl Castro has details. I'm a shooting death under investigation in northwest Atlanta family members say Friday afternoons deadly shooting on Alfred rode in northwest Atlanta was recorded by witness than uploaded to Instagram. This family member tells Channel two action news. She knows who the shooter is. And has this message. You know, you should help you. No, you're wrong. Maybe just have yourself in way. Love you. See you, baby. That woman says the shooter is a teenage relative of the victim. Cheryl Castro 95.5 W S. B

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Man Sues Hertz Over Receipt That Cleared Him of Murder

Todd and Don

01:15 min | 9 months ago

Man Sues Hertz Over Receipt That Cleared Him of Murder

"Eye. Michigan man who spent five years in prison for murder that he did not commit, is now suing Hertz rental cars for failing to provide the receipt that would have cleared his name before he was convicted. 2015 Herbert Alford was convicted in the 2011 murders murder of 23 year old Michael Adams, even though he swore that he was picking up a rental car at the time. However, the Hertz corporation they ignored and disobeyed numerous court orders requiring them to abuse that produced the documentation and that would have exonerated him. That's according to his attorneys now hurts eventually did come up with the receipt five years later. Precipitating operates released in February of last year. Alfred is now suing hurts for $25,000. I don't think he's suing for enough For their part hurts. Officials claim that they did their best to find the much needed evidence Now, while they were unable to find the historic rental record of 2011 When it was requested in 2015, he continued. They say they continue their good faith efforts to locate it. Now, with advances in data search in the recent years following, they were able to locate that riddle record in 2018, and then they promptly provided

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Hertz sued for not producing receipt that cleared man of murder

The Boxer Show

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Hertz sued for not producing receipt that cleared man of murder

"A man Long Philly convicted of murder is suing a car rental company for failing to produce a crucial receipt in a timely manner. ABC is Chuck Secrets and tells the tale pervert. Alford from Detroit, was convicted for a 2011 murder. A receipt from Hertz Car Rental was finally released in 2018, leading to exoneration last year, but Alford spent nearly five Years in prison and jail. The Hertz receipt shows that Alfred was renting a car and Lansing area airport around the time of the shooting hurts, says it's deeply saddened about what happened to offered. Company says it found the record after advances in data search, the suit alleges hurts ignored to subpoenas and three court orders demanding the

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Google to stop selling ads based on browsing history

The CyberWire

04:07 min | 9 months ago

Google to stop selling ads based on browsing history

"Interesting story this comes from the wall street journal and it's titled google to stop selling ads based on your specific web browsing. There is more to this than meets the eye rangers zone a lot more. There's a lot of moving parts in the story. Okay so if we start from this story with the wall street journal from the wall street journal it says that google is moving away from third party cookies and this has been a long time coming We've seen other things like this happen with apple getting rid of their advertiser ide- or getting rid of it but making making it so that users have to opt in to share it with other people services like facebook. Google is been the last browser to get rid of a third party cookie tracking in their browser. And they're not going to start doing that to till two thousand twenty two but because their browsers not going to do it. They're actually going to stop doing. It themselves stopped using these third party. Cookies in there As a method of tracking people and some advertisers are saying. This is good for the user. Because it's going to have Give them more privacy and then other advertisers are saying This google being too heavy handed and some are saying. We've been preparing for this for about ten years There's another article here in the wall. Street journal called google's user tracking. Crackdown has advertising bracing for change. And that's that's where. You're seeing the comments from the advertisers but google walking away from third party cookies and stopping the use of third party. Cookies is not the privacy move that it seems Ciphers over at the electronic frontier foundation is talking about. What's next because google doesn't want to stop tracking you and if you think about if we talked about the facebook issue with Apple not letting them had their their facebook. Id are there apple advertising idea unless they ask for it and i said at that point in time that facebook is still going to track you across all their apps and everything they own which includes you know what's app there. They had that that privacy or the The update to the what's app terms and conditions that kind of backed off of their on. Do they own instagram. They on facebook. They're still tracking you and building a model of you inside your your their services and it looks like google is trying to do the same thing but the problem here is that google is the leader in the web browser Market natan they have the largest share of web browsing. This article from bennett. Ciphers talks about a google proposal called the federated learning of cohorts or flock. And this is a browser. Add on or capability or or feature if you will That has i loved it. There's bennet puts privacy quotes around. This says the privacy sandbox and they say it will be better than the world. We have today but google has gone to the wc three. Which is the standard bodies for the web and in the web advertising business group which is a group within the w. c. three primarily made of ad tech vendors. They have been proposing a bunch of technical standards to go into flock which include things like pigeon. Turtledove sparrow thrall bird or alfred. Hitchcock fans are are not put at ease by the naming decision. But that's all right. Let me quote this article. Each of the bird. Proposals is designed to perform one of the functions and the targeted advertising ecosystem. That is currently done by cookies. Right so what that means is google is putting out to the world. Hey we're getting rid of. We're getting rid of third party cookies. We're finally coming in line with this using our web browser. Because now we have cupcakes. Yeah yeah of course. I can get around this by going to something. Like fire. Fox or brave or Some other privacy centered browser.

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Is Astra the wrong vaccine for border workers?

Coronacast

04:46 min | 9 months ago

Is Astra the wrong vaccine for border workers?

"One of the big milestones we had about yesterday. Was that the oxford astrazeneca vaccine. I devices of that have arrived in australia. Which is something that we've been waiting for. We're in phase one of the role at at the moment and those are the priority people. And i thought that those people were getting the fis at shot. But now we've got the oxford esters shut here. Are they going to be getting that as well and should they be getting that as well. We're in the press release from the prime minister and the minister. They say that they will guess. That's what they say in the press release and in fact the minister himself a week or so ago a press conference said the same thing that there would be a mix of these vaccines and the trouble with. That is an an accord. Chris murray who ahead on seven thirty last monday which he was. Who's the head of the institute for health. Metrics evaluation in seattle is. That astra is the wrong vaccine. If you're looking at borders let's pull back a little bit about what you're trying to achieve and your vaccine strategy are vaccine strategy is really for a country that has lots of covid around in the middle of covid outbreak. Because you want to partake. H care quite rightly aged care. Workers quite rightly you want to get in there and then you want to protect the rest of the population you want to. Doctors nurses people who work in hospitals all that nor question and we still want to do that but if the virus gets in through the borders that's how the virus gets seen it doesn't suddenly pop aged care home or residential care or pop up in the alfred hospital in melbourne. It comes from overseas. We'll come back to the new zealand situation currently in a minute. So the total strategy in the first instance should be about the borders if we can keep our borders secure. The virus won't get in and then we've got time to immunize for safety reasons. The rest of the population and so astro is the wrong vaccine for. That is not the wrong vaccine. I'll get. I want to say up front. I will get the astro vaccine. I'll be happy to get it. It will protect you in severe disease. But it won't necessarily protect our borders. It will against probably against the uk variant. It's not going to protect almost certainly against us at african variant which only showed ten percent efficacy against. We don't know what is going to do against the brazilian variant which shows vaccine escape. And there's the california variant in american various which. Look as if they might be a bit vaccine resistant themselves and so what we should be doing is saying well astra's fine and the scottish artist suggests it's fine for preventing severe disease but that's for a country that we should be covered getting in the first place. So that's about the pfizer vaccine because it stops transmission. More effectively than the astra zeneca vaccine. I it works within three weeks. You don't have to wait. Three months for the efficacy. Second reason is that moderna there is no. There are no data drawn. Skerritt said on chronic is last week for pfizer. But it's almost identical vaccines to madeira and moderna reasonable efficacy against the south african vary not great but much better than ten percent and and it gives stronger immunity faster so for our borders we should be using pfizer and getting quick protection and we should be protecting their households. Because where's it gonna go after they get infected should he be infected. And if it's the south african is going to go to members of their households at a higher chance so their families or flatmates should be immunized with pfizer to and then the third thing that we should be doing which nobody's talking about just wondering why not but when i talk and by the way this is not necessarily me talking actually sounded out on people who know what they're talking about who aren't where willingness to publicly contradict the government. They say es actually what we should be doing and it's largely what new zealand is doing. They are immunizing. their hotel. boorda workers and their immunizing their families. They've had an outbreak which will come to in a minute. The other thing we should be doing is actually having a forward strategy. Which is if you want to get back into australia. Get immunized and we should help them so some vaccine doses could go overseas to australia. Scott send send it over to make sure the co chain right to our consulates and remember. Pfizer is not quite as temperature sensitive as people say. It's it's a problem once you've dominated you've got to get rid of it but it's not quite temperature sensitive as can last for a while so if you're an australian in london paris and new york senate to this german embassy or their physicians. They've got doctors attached and immunize streams. Get them to pay for. It is cheaper than a hotel quarantine and so you. Don't get on the plane until you've had two doses and you waited another two weeks so you're fully immunized

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Researchers recover 1-million-year-old mammoth DNA

All Things Considered

02:32 min | 10 months ago

Researchers recover 1-million-year-old mammoth DNA

"You would think after being extinct for thousands of years, mammoths would have no more surprises. Well, the world's oldest DNA's samples say otherwise, to mammoth molars pulled from the permafrost in north eastern Siberia contained didna dating back to more than a million years ago. It's a big leap backwards in time that that's which was Luca Dillon is at the center for Paleo Genetics in Stockholm. And he says this mammoth DNI is twice as old as the previous record holder, which came from an ancient horse Now sequencing million year old knee like this was impossible. Just a few years ago samples that old were just too small to work with. Now researchers can see incredibly small samples, but it's challenging to put them together. Tom Vander Vault also works with the center for Paleo Genetics. Imagine if you're Edna is fragment that into literally millions of tiny pieces. It is a painstaking puzzle. Well, it's not only one parcel, it's actually multiple. Purcell's so imagine. You know, you have one parcel for the malice genome. But then you have another passage for the whole bacterial content of the examples. You have another possible for the human Dina for the paleontologists and us in the lab. Once they had finished sorting out the mammoth bits. The DNI gave the scientists a unique window into mammoth evolution. Delenn says the standard view holds there was only one mammoth species in Siberia a couple million years ago. What we find now is that actually we found two different lineages. We can't really say they're different species, but they're clearly two different genetic types of malice so that that came as a complete surprise to us. The ancient DNI. A also gives clues the origins of the Columbian mammoth, which lived in North and Central America. Here's Tom Vander Volk again Good kind of show that this Colombian moment is a hybrid species between two off the genetic lineages. So one is the new general image that we found in this paper. And the other is the willing mama genetic limits, So to say their work appears today in the journal Nature. Alfred Rocca of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champagne wasn't involved in the work, but wrote on accompanying editorial. It's an absolutely amazing discovery. It takes back field of ancient DNAs to Twice is far in geological time as before, and that genetic puzzling unlocks the possibility. He says that we may soon find more evolutionary play by plays hiding in super

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In a mammoth's molar, scientists get a glimpse of evolution in action

All Things Considered

02:32 min | 10 months ago

In a mammoth's molar, scientists get a glimpse of evolution in action

"Would have no more surprises. Well, the world's oldest DNA's samples say otherwise, to mammoth molars pulled from the permafrost in north eastern Siberia contained didna dating back to more than a million years ago. It's a big leap backwards in time that that's which was Luca Dillon is at the center for Paleo Genetics in Stockholm. And he says this mammoth DNI is twice as old as the previous record holder, which came from an ancient horse now sequencing million year old knee like this was impossible just a few years ago samples that old were just too small to work with. Now, researchers can see incredibly small samples, but it's challenging to put them together. Tom Vander Vault also works with the center for Paleo Genetics. Imagine if you're Edna is fragment that into literally millions of tiny pieces. It is a painstaking puzzle. It's not only one parcel, it's actually multiple parcels. So imagine you know you have one parcel for the malice genome. But then you have another parcel for the whole bacterial content of the examples. You have another possible for the human Dina for the paleontologists and us in the lab. Once they had finished sorting out the mammoth bits. The DNI gave the scientists a unique window into mammoth evolution. Delenn says the standard view holds there was only one mammoth species in Siberia a couple million years ago. What we find now is that actually we found two different lineages. We can't really say there are different species, but they're clearly two different genetic types of malice so that that came as a complete surprise to us. The ancient DNI. A also gives clues the origins of the Columbian mammoth, which lived in North and Central America. Here's Tom Vander Volk again Good kind of show that this Columbia moment is a hybrid species between two off the genetic lineages. So one is the new general image that we found in this paper. And the other is the Willie Mama genetic limit, So to say their work appears today in the journal Nature. Alfred Rocca of the University of Illinois at Havana. Champagne wasn't involved in the work, but wrote on accompanying editorial. It's an absolutely amazing discovery. It takes back the field of ancient DNA's a Twice a Zafar in geological time as before, and that genetic puzzling unlocks the possibility. He says that we may soon find more evolutionary play by plays hiding in super Old DKNY.

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Are Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox engaged?

Comments By Celebs

02:06 min | 10 months ago

Are Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox engaged?

"We're going to start out with snl. Which as i'm sure you guys know. John krasinski hosted. I'm sure you saw at the end of his opening monologue at him and pete davidson kissed and it was great. He was excellent. Big john krasinski fan by for me. At least probably the most noteworthy element of snl was machine gun. Kelly was performing. And i'm sure by now you've all seen the viral video of him carrying megan fox into the thirty rock building. Julie i live for that shit. There is no amount of machine gun. Kelly's back fox content. That will ever be too much for me. I will never ever ever get sick of it. I know i think it's because like i bet you. Some people watch that and as with. They weren't wearing masks. Which i know is frequently discussed but some people watch that and felt like all my god. They're so attention seeking. And i get that clearly but also that's what i sometimes want for my celebrities making public appearances especially those to rate and especially right now like right now. Life is so monotonous. That if i'm gonna watch machine gun. Kelly carry meghan vox. When she's wearing this snakeskin alfred into the thirty rock building. I love that as a highlight in my day. I love when you get a little vocabulary. Heavy on this podcast. What i say monotonous embarrassing. Don't go a rosette on this other confidently don't exalt me no i just. I'm a fan of big vocabulary. Where can i spray. Oh thank you. Yeah just i just obsessed. I am too. And i can't believe that it's only a recent thing like it's one of those couples where i feel like i've spent my whole life obsessing over them will. It's interesting because there's a lot of rumors swirling about engagement. I know a lot of people think that will happen sooner rather than later. I don't know. I honestly don't really have a gut feeling on it. Because on one hand. I know they both said they think they're twin flames especially her. She's very into astrology and kind of spirituality. And she's sure he's her person. But i don't know maybe you'll wanna wait a little bit. More time after the divorces passed. I don't really know but either way into it

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Deadly earthquake hits Indonesia

UN News

01:05 min | 11 months ago

Deadly earthquake hits Indonesia

"This is. Un catch-up dateline. Geneva a weekly review of international news from the united nations. Thanks for listening to the show. I'm daniel johnson and over the next fifteen minutes also will be hearing about the week's top stories from yemen to peru to the hunt for the origins of covid nineteen plus. We'll be hearing about how the world food program is addressing hunger crisis in madagascar. This forced some people to eat mud and leaves to survive and as ever will be hearing from regular guests salon bell tailgate cutters and alfred yellow. That's all coming right up. But first to madagascar where the worst food crisis in decades continues to play out in the south of the country also known as the grand sued apart from a chronic lack of rain the indian ocean island is vulnerable to climate shocks like the massive thunderstorms that have shifted sand dunes. Burying what little people have managed to grow. The caveat crisis has made things even worse putting a halt to the occasional neighboring

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"alfred" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

08:16 min | 11 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Murder because he desired to killing to have something to eat because one of the stories. It's out there is that alfred says shannon killed four of the men that he killed shannon and self defense and since there was no food to be found. He said it came down to him having to eat the meat that was there. Which was that of the deceased man. Alfred said that that was the only way he could have survived. This was the second confession that he signed off on however he signed three confessions during all this time and all of his stories didn't match up. So where the real truth lies. I don't think we will ever know he couldn't seem to keep his laws straight about who killed him and how exactly where they killed. It's all a total mess. The only quote unquote truth is that alfred confessed each time to killing shannon after he came running at him like a wild man with a hatchet and that he did eat some of the dead men so he could stay alive. Those are the only two things that really remained consistent throughout most of his confessions. So a half tell you. After writing all of this. I found his confessions at colorado dot gov and i'm going to read these to you in length. It's a lot but phil is extremely important to do. And as always the precise link will be in the show. Notes burst packer. Confession may eight eighteen. Seventy four he says. Old man swan died i and was eaten by the other five persons about ten days out from camp four or five days afterwards humphrey died and was also eaten. He had about one hundred and thirty three dollars. A found the pocket book into the money sometime afterwards while i was carrying would the butcher was killed as the other two told me accidentally and he was eating belshaw quote california with swans gun and i killed. Bell shot him covered up there remains and took a large piece along then. Travelled fourteen days into the agency. Bail wanted to kill me. Struck at me with his rifle struck a tree and broke because gun a g. Packer do solemnly swear that the above statement is true and nothing but the truth. So help me. God signed a g packer sworn to and subscribed before me. This eighth day of may a d eighteen. Seventy four james p downer. Jp second packer. Confession in denver march sixteenth. Eighteen eighty three Alfred packer desire to make true and voluntary statement in regard to the occurrences in southern colorado during the winter of eighteen. Seventy three to eighteen seventy four. I wish to make general adams. Because i have made one once before the same matter when we left ori or arrays camp. We had about seven days of food for one man. We traveled two or three days. And it came a storm we came to a mountain cross the gulch and came onto another mountain found snow so deep had to follow the mountain onto the An on about the fourth day we had about a pint of flour left we followed the mountain until we came to the main range. Do not remember how many days we were traveling. Then about ten days living on the rosebud. Impound gunman so men were crying and praying. Then we came over the main range. We can't twice on a stream which runs into a big lake. The second time just above the the next morning we crossed the lake cut holes in the ice to catch fish. There were no fish so we tried to catch snails. The ice was thin. So some breakthrough. We crossed the lake in went into a grove of timber. All the men crying in one of them was angry. Swan asked me to go up and find out whether i can see something from the mountains. I took the gun. And went up the he'll found a gulch and came onto another mountain. Found a big rosebush with bud sticking through the snow but could see nothing but snow all around. I was a kind of a guide for them. But i did not know the mountains from that side when i came back to camp after being gone. Nearly all day i found the red headed man bell who acted crazy in the morning sitting notifier roasting a piece of meat which he cut out of the leg of the german butcher miller the ladders body was lying the furthest off from the fire downstream. His skull was crushed in with the hatchet. The other three men were lying near the fire. They were cut in the forehead with the hatchet. Some had to some three cuts. I came within a rod of the fire. When the man saw me he got up with his hatchet towards me when i shot him sideways to the belly he fell on his face. The hatchet fell forwards. I grabbed it and hit him in the top of the head. I can't that night at the fire setup all night the next morning i followed my tracks up the mountain but i could not make it. The snow is too deep. And i came back. I went sideways. Into a piece of pine timber setup to sticks and covered it with pond bows and then made a shelter about three feet high. This was my camp. Until i came out i went back to the fire. Covered the men up to the camp. The piece of meat that was near the fire. I made a new fire near my camp and cook the piece of meat and ate it. I tried to get away every day but cannot so outlive off the flesh of these men. The bigger part of the sixty days. I was out in. The snow began to have a crust and started out up decree to a place where a big slide seemed to come down. The mountain of yellowish clay there. I started to get up but my feet got wet and having only piece of blanket around them. I froze my feet under the toes and i camped out before i reached the top of the hill making a fire on top of a long and onto logs. Close together. I can't i cooked some of the flesh and carried it with me for food. I carried one blanket. There were seventy dollars amongst the men at fish out with me and one gun. The red headed man had a fifty dollar bill in his pocket. All the others together only twenty dollars ahead twenty dollars myself. If there was any more money in the outfit i did not know of it and it remains there at the last camp just before average the agency. Eight my last pieces of meat. This meat i cooked at the camp before i started out and put it into a bag in carried the bag with me. I cannot eat but a little at a time. Were now with the party to search for the bodies. We came to the mountains overlooking the stream. But i didn't want to take them further. I did not want to go back to the camp myself. If i had stood in that vicinity longer i would have taken you mr right to the place but they advise me to go away and in brackets said. He was refusing to tell the names of the parties. He goes on to say. When i was at the sheriff of past two key may pick knife blade with which i could unlock the irons. I went to the arkansas and worked all summer.

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"alfred" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

08:35 min | 11 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"With those remains were tattered clothing. Blankets and animals had obviously also been having a meal of what had been left. There was so much damage. Even one man's head said to be. Frank miller's was dismembered that you couldn't really tell all of this had been done by animals or if it was all human inflicted alfred disappeared for many years the same day that he got away. The corpses of the five men were discovered. There were said to be curve of a lot of tesla around and foul play. The current gravesite is now in a mosh to the men who were slain. This site is marked and fenced in in cheyenne wyoming or. Possibly douglas wyoming. He was spotted on the eleventh of march eighteen. Thirty three by frenchy Joan frenchie was one of the guys that was also in the original group of travelers setting out to fund. Gold's he just happened to bump into alfred. Who had been going by the name john schwarzie or john schwartz. Alfred said he had been to arkansas and arizona. Before heading to wyoming. He was taken to the jail yet again to be interrogated in denver colorado. This is the second time that he had admitted what he had done. And also said that he did steal a rifle and some cash from the men when they died five days later he again signed a confession. Allegedly is real swan was the first today. Some reports say and alfred had to go back to trial on the sixth of april in lake city. Colorado which is in hint style county for the murder of israel one person who viewed the decomposing bodies said. There were injuries to one. Skull definitely made by hatchet and there were miniscule evidence that this was premeditated on the thirteenth of the same month. He was sentenced to death because he was declared guilty of killing. Israel's swan court documents. Say that the judge said quote closure ears to the blend schmitz of hope. Listen not to the flattering promises of life but prepare for the dead certainty of deaths in quote. He was obviously sure in his mind. The motive for the murders had to be robbery. Not survival or self defense. The judge went on to say quote. I would to god the might pass from me and quote. He declared that the murder was quote revolting and all is details in quote and that the trial had been fair with a jury of twelve impartial men. The judge was pushing the narrative of his beliefs. That the five men had laid down to get some shut eye. An alfred manipulated their trust and helplessness at that time to force his attack upon them although he had been convicted of only one. Death of israel swan the assumption that the judge made while scolding alfred was that he had deliberately massacred all of them in the judge said quote to other sickening details of your crime. Our mount refer silence is kindness. You alfred packers so the wind you must now reap the whirlwind. Your life must be taken as the penalty for your crime in quote. He said that alfred was to be hanging by the neck. Until you are dead dead. Dead and may god have mercy on your soul. There was a big back and forth about the sentencing because he appealed and it was reversed by the colorado supreme court in october of eighteen. Eighty five then. On the eighth of june eighteen eighty six. You went to trial yet again. And he was slapped with a forty year sentence in gunnison for manslaughter. He spent a little time in the pin. But through its organization in denver made an impact on how quickly he would get off by february. The eighth nineteen one. Alfred was out on parole underrun condition. He could not leave the state it was said that he made over one thousand dollars making hair robe and hareb rattles while he was serving his time when he was released. He made his home in deer creek located in jefferson county colorado. He was said to be a model citizen there and nobody had issues with him from what i've read. In fact he was very well liked is even been said that he actually became a vegetarian. Not sure if that's a rumor for joke were if that's actually true but that's what a lot of reports do say. It is said that he liked children not in a creepy way but like a fun grandfather that enjoys his grandkids type of way. Reportedly a lot of kids followed alford around like the pied piper. It is said that he was quote mourned by the children for whom he had bought candy and spun yarns in his declining years. He passed away of natural causes in philipsburg colorado on april twenty third nineteen. O seven littleton. Colorado is where he was laid to rest in a military cemetery. Another report says that in the light months of nineteen o six. A game warden discovered unconscious. Alfred he was at the connelly ranch about a mile from his residence in nineteen. Forty bishop frank. Hamilton rice took six of his followers and run longboat to alfred grave in ghoulish ritual freed alfred and the five men of their sins. It said he relocated those sins onto the goat. And i couldn't help but get tickled when i read. The goat was not impressed or moved at all by this relocation and transferring of the sans one of alfred's neighbors during the town that they lived by other the now deceased. William couch said quote. Packer lived between the store. And the dance hall. There were four slab buildings there then he worked in ranches. He was an awful nice man. I was a kid at the time and he used to talk to my dad. He did what he did to protect himself. He never was the kind of man they say was an quote so i guess alfred had talks with william about what he says happened. Because william recalled quote packer went off for something to eat and when he came back one man came at him with an axe and he had to shoot him. They were starving to death. Packer said he tried to eat a piece of one of the man's hip but it made him deathly sick and he never did it again just after that. They found him. I guess in quote there are things that were found that make people lean more towards alfred being a cannibal because he had to not because he was a killer. It was on july seventeenth nineteen eighty nine when all. Five bodies were zoomed by jane's e stars at the time james was a professor of law and he specialized in forensic science at george washington university. There was a massive hunt for the exact spot there remains at what is known as cannibal plateau and lake city colorado james and his partner in this case walter. H berg me came to the decision that quote. I don't think there will be any way to scientifically demonstrate cannibalism. Cannibalism per se is the ingestion of human flesh. So you'd have to have a picture of the guy actually eating in quote but with they did find was defensive. Wounds on a few of the men hatchet injuries and that their skin was basically paled. Like an apple with some kind of nice. Some people think that this wasn't technically.

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"alfred" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

07:38 min | 11 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"But i do have to include everything that i've found other sources say that he couldn't read or write very well and that's always spelled it. He signed his name both ways on different occasions and due to that a lot of people call him al or just a however. I'm going to call him alfred. So alfred was born on january twenty first eighteen forty two. We are definitely going way. Back for this one. He was born in allegheny county in pennsylvania. He was a shoemaker and his young years until he turned twenty years old. By that time it was the twenty second of april eighteen sixty two. He took it upon himself to enlist in the sixteenth minnesota volunteer infantry during the civil war when he was at or ontario in new york they let him go because he had epilepsy on the tenth of june eighteen sixty three. He decided to reenlist. He didn't want his epilepsy to hold him back. He enlisted and the eighth iowa volunteer cavalry regiment. But only ten months later they let him go yet again. In cleveland tennessee because he was suffering with his seizures one report says that he served with general custer as a scout alfred and twenty one other people went from provo. Utah heading four breckenridge colorado in november eighteen. Seventy three breckenridge was supposed to be a place where you could find a lot of gold. Said they were on their way to dig and search for it thinking they may hit it big and have lots of riches. Alfred was their guide. He claimed that he had driven wagons and a few mining camps which gave him the skills to be the god of the group as it turned out. He didn't know a lot about the region to which they were headed on the twenty. First of january eighteen seventy four. Alfred was close to montrose. Colorado and there. He held a discussion with chief array. The white man's friend the chief told them that they shouldn't go on their adventure at least until the springtime to avoid the really bad weather in the mountains during the wintertime. Also a sorry for any mispronunciations it happens. So alfred and five others in the group which included shannon wilson. Bell james humphrey. Frank miller george noon. Who was only eighteen years old and israel swan who was around sixty five years old and they decided they would all go anyway. The other man stayed behind the indian camp. The six of them started their journey on february the night towards gunnison colorado day wanted to be the first ones there so eventually they were lost in the rocky mountains they were out of necessities. And we're freezing a blizzard. The weather was extremely brutal. Supposedly alfred and a few others went off to hunt in explore because a lot of their food was lost while crossing a river on a raft. Some of the men were said to be deeply depressed. Driven to madness star angry cutting holes in the frozen water to try and catch fish to eat but that along with hunting just was not successful. Alfred he said he saw shannon bell roasting something over a fire. He realized it's not an animal. It's a human now. This is all recalled by alfred and he claims that shannon came running towards him with an axe. Alfred said he had no choice but to kill him at that point when shannon was allegedly running towards alfred. he shot him in the head. And self defense. There are also alternate stories galore. One being that. Alfred was in fact hanging out at the campsite while the others went on the hunt for food. They did not ever show back up. Said that's when alfred made the trek to the loss. Ios indian agency with a gun and of knife used for skinning animals. These things belong to the other guys that were with him. Some sources say alfred stayed there at the original campsite for two months since he couldn't leave due to the weather is claimed that about the human consumption. He said quote. I cannot eat but a little at a time in quote other sources say. Alfred's showed up by himself. Looking like he hadn't misdemeanor will any was in shape clubs to gunnison colorado. On the sixteenth of april eighteen seventy four. He allegedly spent tons of money at a local saloon and ran into a lot of the guys that were originally with him at the very beginning of the gold hunting adventure and they were at the bar. Of course nobody knows what actually happened. But alfred was telling people he had to protect himself and killed shannon because he was in fear for his own life. Well that story really didn't sit well. With the other members of the original group charles atom indian agent hauled alfred to the las penas jail where he would be interrogated. It said that on the eighth of may eighteen seventy four. He was caught giving two different stories. One story was that israel swan dot along the way and the others were starving having been without anything to eat and so long so they israel he said three of the men suffered from the elements and starve to death. After all of this he tells the story about shannon roasting and eating human flesh and shannon running toward him with the hatchet. And the whole self defense story some sources say that after he claimed self defense pieces of human skin words covered along the trail. They were on so this is another reason why people have said the self defense story really did not fly. He was allegedly put in a jail. That wasn't in the town. He eventually had to go to trial enduring it. Nobody will lead to self defense. Crame the judge is reported to have said quote. Damn you alfred packer the democrats in hens dale county and you eight five of them unquote and yes. He called him. Democrats some reports say that the judge said quote. Packer you depraved. Republicans son of a bitch. There were only five democrats in hillsdale county and ate them all in quote on the fifth of august. Eighteen seventy four. Alfred put his signature on a confession. He was put in jail but managed to escape by using a penknife as a key. Allegedly after five skeletal remains were found again. We have conflicting stories saying that someone else in the jail hell to escape along.

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"alfred" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

02:14 min | 11 months ago

"alfred" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Recognizable ingredients a disruptive not even that sparked the creation of a new healthy snacking category kind unapologetic in their efforts to challenge the status quo to shift the food industry and empower their community and my listeners. To make better informed choices about hell kindness can be a transformative force for good. And that's why. I'm teaming up with kind and pod go to bring my listeners. Ten percent or fifteen percent off for military teachers students first responders doctors and nurses got a pod. Go dot co slash conned. That's peo- de go dot co slash k. I n d khan bar creating kander and healthier world. One act one snack at a time. Welcome to reverie true crime. I'm your host page. Alfred packer has been suggested so many times and i decided to dive into it. I'm gonna tell you right away that this story happened back in the eighteen hundreds into the early nineteen hundreds so there are multiple different accounts. And i couldn't just leave every different story out. I'm not sure what the truth is here. One hundred percent. I have looked all over and no source is the same so this will be a bit of journey and this is one of those cases where a lot of this. You'll have to decide which story at different points you believe. These cases are extremely frustrating to me. But you guys ask for it. And i wanted to do my best for you. Towards the end of all of my research. i did find all three of alfred. Packers confessions and court records that are public so some of the stories will be cleared up towards the end as to what was really set in court and what he confessed to. But you'll still have to decide if you believe alfred or not also before we get into this episode at the end. Stay tuned for a promo by the.

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"alfred" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

Adult Beverage Podcast

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"alfred" Discussed on Adult Beverage Podcast

"On g a f you master. So we've got on here. Also we've got lovely laura patriot and squeaker also with some awesome hair. Well he does the best in the business so we gotta go for it But anyway we're not here to talking about squeakers hair. We're here to talk about you. Alfred hitchcock's vertigo for vertigo vertigo. S patrick to refer to as vertigo so vertigo Let me ask this. Is this your favorite. Alfred hitchcock film now. Now tell tell me what it is. What's your favorite to say psycho. I just really liked that one. I'm torn between psycho and the birds stuff happens. Yes that happens stuff happens in him. I'm going to be perfectly honest false. Or i'm going to be perfectly honest. I haven't seen very many hitchcock films like all the way through. I've seen bits and pieces. Ton of them but i think psychos one of the ones. I've just seen completely except for vertigo now But yeah let's say psycho still just has a cake of so many great things about it. It's a great. it's a great one. Let's talk about that instead. Yeah why did you pick this one. Jeez i think this is a great. Yeah this is a chance to be honest. This is this is not my favorite of his actually rear window. I love the story of rear window. And how it falls in the you know the location and you know what it's all about But i i will say vertigo is a film that every time i watch it i gain more knowledge about it and i and i have a bigger appreciation for it and i loved it from the very beginning so it wasn't something that you know i grew into and i think this film was really interesting when it came out it was not a success and i think you know from people critics boards and there's a lot of things about this film that have grown over the years and as it's gotten more and more now it's become more appreciated By so many critics filmmakers and and along the list of you know anyone that's in the film industry. So i my question next is to you is what is it. Okay first of all. Do you love this film or do you hate this phone. We'll start with. Let's start with our guest here. i'll absolutely adored. Its like every minute of it. I it's one of those yet. Like i mentioned seen bits and pieces under the inspirations. And i knew that it was the basically inventor of the dolly zoom and a big influence on brian depaula But hadn't set through and wash. It started finish and Did that earlier today and was just absolutely engaged the entire time And i can understand how it can be polarizing. A i mean honestly the protagonist. I guess you could call it. That is not a very None of irredeemable characterized scott. He's got a lot of problems..

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"alfred" Discussed on The Storyteller

The Storyteller

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"alfred" Discussed on The Storyteller

"Steig good welcome my friends to the storyteller where you'll find first nations people from across native North America who are following Jesus Christ without reservation the change that Christ grease into the heart of men is unmistakable. That's what happened to Lawrence Alfred from the Navajo Nation. When he decided to follow Jesus Christ after that I was at work and the sky he named Santa Latsman less bless his heart. He he sent something. That was wrong with me we. We became real good France and he told me he says you know Lawrence. You know I know you're not you're running away from something and he says I sense that you are married and you're running around with these ladies. I have the ability to tell him. Quit talking to me. Because he was a good friend of mine and he had me over a Bible and told me Jesus can help me as I was reading my Bible a couple of weeks after the ceremony for me. I was prompted to read the Bible and I opened the Bible. Now a seredin. I came to a chapter in John Chapter Ten. I really love this. I in this part of my testimony and hit me right between between the I and it's in John Chapter Ten Verse Eleven Ridden Audit An IV and. It says that I am the Good Shepherd Jesus talking. He says I am the Good Shepherd. The Good Shepherd leads down his life for the sheep. The hired hand is not the shepherd who owns the sheep so when he sees the wolf coming he abandoned sheep and runs away then. The Wolf attacks and scatters the man runs away because he is a hired hand and cares nothing forty sheep. I am the Good Shepherd I know my sheep. My sheep knows me just says the father. No SME- I know the father and I laid down my life for the sheep all the things that my wife was telling me came together and all the things. My son was conveyed to me when he was four or five years. Old telling you Jesus died for me and that he would never leave me that he bring me out at this whole that I was in and gradually bring me over to him and understand him intimately all came together in that. I said I had just read and from that time on. Got All my knees and just simply ask Jesus if you are real are real to my wife real to my son real to the rest of the people that believe in Jesus Christ then come real to me from that moment on asserted following our Lord and Savior. Jesus Christ I know. No one is like in Christ. Jesus the Lord one one incident he restored was relationship between me. And my son my son DOES MINISTRIES DOWN IN. Tucson helps a passer and he has a leading role in Detroit and one day. He says he seemed like his ministry had stopped. He went to his passer tortillas passer and he asked passer why do I feel that way and he's passer says to him. Maybe you don't have no forgiveness in your heart for certain person or something that you have not forgiven. Says I knew all along what it was but I wanted someone to tell me I knew I had no forgiveness for you dad because of all the things you did to me when I was a child he says that I seen you mess around senior. Do a lot of things that were wrong. I used to end up in the bars with you and play video in slowly. Drink and laugh. We're here friends and the corner play pool and things like that and I didn't like it. I like that type of life with you but I had a feeling that I had to safeguard and to make sure that you weren't coal on you. Pass out mature eating hurt yourself and that while I was eight years old I used to drive you home. And that traffic on eighty nine cards SOCO seventy five sixty five miles an hours drunks on the highway and I drove you home and we we got home. I so wait for you until you get up cupboard you with blankets knows our regrets that I have. And He came back from Tucson almond that story and he told me I forgive you on those things that to me is my life was a good life. That seems like I had to take care of my dad all the time instead of my dad taking care of me inside grew up fast while I was a child and his you forgive me for that and we sat at a table. I think tim on. My wife also told me she forgave me for the things. I'd done my oldest daughter set the same thing to me. She said she forgive me. And my children and my daughter's all one oven praise God never seen me drink or mistreat my wife or mistreat. The family came home and throw things around and make a fool out of myself and cause disturbance incite out. She never seen me do that. She doesn't understand. She just hear stories about it because like I said I ask the Lord to become real for me and as I read the Bible I I. I started to sense a person that loved me a love that I never neum in my whole life. Love with my wife is different love. My children is different by here is our Lord and Savior. That loved me so much that I can tell him anything one on one relationship and he would understand me and I could feel his loving harm. Surround me and tell me son. I forgive you come home. You are my child your special to me you know when someone says at heart to walk away from a person like that and Jesus did that to me. He understood he forgave. He showed me the way to walk and he gave me a light. He gave me if future. He says you know I love you so much. That's what Jesus done for me and I know no other there will take my sins and die for me and take place for me. One time I ended up in jail I was driving the you. I you know. There's nobody that came up beside me and say I will take your punishment for you but Jesus did that to me. He says Laura Tell. Take your punishment for you. And he went across and died for me. That's why my I started trust in. Jesus that's why my youngest daughter never saw me Doodo. Things never saw me with the raging anger and and and throw things around and do things I used to do.

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"alfred" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"alfred" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Alfred ballot he changed his version of events multiple times the prosecution also presented a compelling might save racial revenge they said that Rubin and John had been seeking retribution after the killing of a black bar owner by a white man Elia that same night in jail in nineteen eighty one John artis was paroled but Rubin stayed behind bars by nineteen eighty five calls it was down to his last remaining legal recourse today we meet the judge who held the rest of Ruben because his life in his hands truthfully I have no recollection of hearing his name until the suit came to me my children immediately said to me that I have to listen to the re recording by a Bob Dylan I mean I've since listen to it and he was convinced that Ruben was it was then sent so that is not something normally a judge would take into consideration a popular song in deciding a writ of habeas corpus so what these habeas corpus well put simply is the last chance to lay in the final opportunity to have a conviction overturned even to be given a shot at presenting your case you have to show you've exhausted all other legal avenues so not surprisingly a lots of people give it a guide because by the time you suffer defeat in every other call what's one more try against the rest of your life well it's very rare to grant a writ of habeas corpus if you look statistically a very small percentage of of rich are granted in this country it is a slap in the face to the state courts and the prosecutor so it's a desperation made on for Ruben things were getting desperate Lee still represented John **** and Leon Friedman was ribbons lawyer what percentage or actually granted it's minuscule it's about one percent zero one for the service so that Leon was threading a needle he had to be that one percent magically we polled judge Sir can there is a lack of the draw in this business and some judges would be more receptive to granting this kind of application I don't know whether any other judges would have done this I sure know a couple who wouldn't it's we are on the wheel as they say and do your name comes up just in sequence I'd say he was lucky to have got me only for that reason that's the way it came out not that I was a bit sick of the good judge Leon Friedman was the man they called the high priest of habeas corpus I mean this guy let truly lecture judges like Sarah Cain on how to interpret the law I cannot tell you how impressed I was first with the written submissions we get like five hundred applications a year and it's silly to say that the format makes any difference but the content here was so unique and so beautifully done and so easy yeah even at that point I was impressed with the lawyers all three.

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