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"andrew searcher" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

Five four two and the Blue

04:03 min | 8 months ago

"andrew searcher" Discussed on Five four two and the Blue

"You have discovered season three of the five four, two in the blue, a podcast on enforcement, history, issues, investigations, and incidents in the Appalachian Mountains and beyond. Hosted by Scotland's. I retired police. Detective Sergeant Author Andrew Searcher. Scott. Recording four, three, two one. Think you again Victoria for opening us up. And for doing the extra duty today we have Victoria not only working as our producer. But as our technical. Technical technician. As well and she's doing a wonderful job. going. As I'm recording this. The United States in the rest of the world is dealing with the. Corona virus and we're all doing a lot of self. Quarantining for lack of a better term. a lot of us that are essential workers law enforcement. Ems Fire. Are Working hard and dealing with the situation at hand. doing the school system is closed so I'm not working in the schools right now, but. I am working at the local community college campus police unit to help make sure things. Flow well over there. Everybody just remember to keep your distance and keep your hands clean. Until all this is over with. Today shade of Blue Story for five four two in the blue. It's another cold case homicide This one is from nineteen, ninety one April of nineteen ninety one. The victim is a twenty three year old single mother. A name of Rachel, Johnson she was kidnapped, raped, beaten and stabbed and set on fire on the night of March Thirtieth Nineteen Ninety one. A her body was left behind for others to find it the next day. Miss Johnson was a single mother. She had a three rule daughter at the time. After interviewing? Friends and family and completing a cab the of the neighborhood. where she was last seen Akron Ohio police were not able to locate a suspect originally. With the investigation did show. was that Miss Johnson of Talmadge Ohio? Had spent a Friday evening with some friends in into Akron Ohio bars. She left the last establishment with her girlfriend. They got into the girlfriend's car and began driving home. Before, they arrived. The car got a flat tire according to police records in media sources from Nineteen ninety-one. The driver of the car. Miss Johnson's friend continued driving on the flat tire. which we know is not a good idea. And it's not clear why she did so. But she kept driving on it and as you would expect, the tire became hot. The Rim became hot in it. Started filling the car with the smell of burning rubber. Police reports and newspaper reports said Johnson panicked this point and try to jump out of the car, but was stopped by the driver. By the two women began to argue in reported that Johnson yelled out. Just let me out of this car. I'm not burning up in any car. And at this point, the girlfriend. Slash driver told her just to get out. Now police estimated this to be around. Two thirty am on a Saturday morning..

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"andrew searcher" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"andrew searcher" Discussed on This Week in Science

"I contact they're actually their entire skeletal system is setup so that their, their head is raised up. Instead of flat back straight to their head like wolves and a lot of this has to do with the fact that they are tuned into humans. They have evolved for thirty thousand years. Some studies suggest maybe fifty or sixty or seventy thousand years, depending someday. Maybe we'll figure it out that they have been living with us along this, this period of evolutionary time, depending how you wanna look at it either. We have selected four dogs that are tuned into us or they have adapted to better tune into humans since we were in excellent source of food, and shelter and companionship. So either way, either we formed them or they adapted to us on their own. You know, kind of potato potato but still an interesting question of the initial motivation for this change. But a US UK team of researchers recently wanted to look at the face musculature of wolves and dogs. This is right down to it. You were talking about key, the fact that they can make these facial expressions that we can read, we can tell when a dog is in pain. We can tell when they're happy to see us, we can tell when they're sad that they messed up and we're telling them off. So that, right. There is something and right now KiKi showing a picture of a dog who has these adorable puppy dog is even though it is an adult and then they look up at you and one eyebrow is kind of going up and they're making this intense. I contact you can even see whites of the eyes on the sides, which isn't true for wolves a lot of the time. And in that moment, even looking at those photos, my heart is melting. Actively. And that right there, is what these researchers were looking at. They were looking at muscles that control movements of the face near the is Andrew searchers suspects that the muscles presence helps dogs make what they're calling here. Sad eyed face. I don't know if that's what I would call it necessarily, technically, this is called a Pedo more Fiqh facial expression, Pedo Morphing, as in of a baby. So this is adults retaining features that are commonly associated with young animals. And this is usually partially what we consider kind of like the cuteness measurement. So when animals I think this is one of the reasons, people of pandas, for example, is that they have faces that look, somehow like teddy bear, and teddy bears are designed to look like baby bears. And so there's this compulsion to think that animals really cute and wanna snuggle, it and maybe related to a conversation we had a few weeks ago, take a bite out of. Good. Listen back. If you wanna hear about why you sometimes wanna take a bite out of a baby's toe. Very interesting study. But that is what this is about is an animal that has young characteristics that are viewed as cute, this is actually something that we have unknowingly, potentially selected for because we think it's so cute. We like it so much. So this expression in particular, they were looking at these muscles around their eyes were allowed them to raise the skin above the is closer to the bridge of the nose. So it's like eyebrow up muscle. I can't do it, but it's this one here, this expression is considered satisfied, or puppy dog eyes. A re- an earlier study showed that dogs that exhibited, this expression, more often in shelter were more likely to be adopted so right there in modern day that's selection, if there is a shelter that is unfortunately, euthanizing individuals that are not being released in those animals are not fixed. There's pressure there, but otherwise back in the day before we were spaying or neutering animals. If those are the animals that we took home and took care of than they were the ones that would get to reproduce. So to test this hypothesis. Researchers took the, the, the heads of dead dogs and dead wolves. And they dissected them to identify muscles. I know it sounds very sad. But this is how scientists done, so the sausage is made sorry..

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